Boston: Ginn and Company, 1893.
Full Leather. First Edition. Carhart’s Field Book was praised as a work which “has been highly commended by railway officials, and favorably noticed by prominent engineering and other journals” [Reed, Century Cyclopedia of History and Biography of Pennsylvania, Volume 1; p. 151]. 281 pages, with illustrations and diagrams. In a black leather wallet style binding, with one of the folds discreetly reinforced on the inside; titling in gilt on the foreedge flap and the spine.
Very Good binding.