Reproductions of front pages from the qNew York Timesq provide a documented account of American and world crises and developments since the Paris peace treaty after World War IHe brought out facts on the old awelter of franchisesaquot; that specified fares varying from 3 to 10 cents, and agreed with Chairman McAneny, who ... He said that the experts were figuring upon the replacement of the lines at pre-war price for materials, less ... was notified as were most of the other precincts in | Brooklyn- with instructions to keep the ! matter from the newspapers. ... in the Hughes schedule. and their tonnage limit aquot;d in a manner to make them capable of only defensive warfare.
|Author||:||New York Times|
|Publisher||:||Bbs Publishing Corporation - 1996|