[NEW YORK] JENNINGS, N. A. and LINGAN, McC. New York in the Blizzard. Being an Authentic and Comprehensive Recital of the Circumstances and Conditions Which Surrounded the Metropolis in the Great Storm of March 12, 1888.
New York: Rogers & Sherwood, . Publisher's printed paper wrappers. 9 1/4 x 6 inches (23 x 15 cm);  pp. Wrappers toned and worn, spine perished, detached from text, a few chips and short edge tears, contents lightly toned. A scarce pamphlet reprinting newspaper stories from The Sun describing New York during the Great Blizzard of 1888, one of the worst in the city's history. The book was printed just six days after the start of the blizzard, while "the snow is still piled high on the streets," for "the many who were unable to obtain accounts of the storm during its reign."
C The Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Collection
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