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The Library of Useful Stories
Publisher: George Newnes Limited. Country: United Kingdom. Date: 1897-1914.
Publisher: D. Appleton & Co. Country: United States. Date: 1899-1935.


The Story of Rapid Transit - Wilson (Library of Useful Stories/George Newnes) (image)

The Story of Rapid Transit
by Beckles Willson.
London, George Newnes Limited, 1903 (The Library of Useful Stories).

Hardback in blue cloth with black decorations for boards and spine and gilt titles to spine. 197 pages. Size: Small octavo.


THE LIBRARY OF USEFUL STORIES (GEORGE NEWNES; D. APPLETON & CO.)
Series Note: ____

(A1) George Newnes Limited, London

The Story of the British Race. By John Munro. With 4 Maps.

The Story of the Mind. By Prof. J. M. Baldwin.

The Story of Geographical Discovery: How the World Became Known. By Joseph Jacobs. With 24 Maps, etc.

The Story of the Cotton Plant. By F. Wilkinson, F.G.S.

The Story of Religions. By the Rev. E. D. Price, F.G.S.

The Story of Photography. By A. T. Story. With 38 Illustrations.

The Story of Life in the Seas. By Sydney J. Hickson, F.R.S. With 42 Illustrations.

The Story of the British Coinage. By G. B. Rawlings. With 108 Illustrations.

The Story of the Potter. By C. F. Binns. With 57 Illustrations of Ancient and Modern Pottery.

The Story of Germ Life: Bacteria. By H. W. Conn. With 34 Illustrations.

The Story of the Earth's Atmosphere. By Douglas Archibald. With 44 Illustrations.

The Story of the Weather. By G. F. Chambers, F.R.A.S. With 27 Illustrations.

The Story of Forest and Stream. By James Rodway, F.L.S. With 27 Illustrations.

The Story of the Chemical Elements. By M. M. Pattison Muir, M.A.

The Story of Extinct Civilizations of the East. By R. E. Anderson, M.A. With Maps.

The Story of Electricity. By J. Munro. With 100 Illustrations.

The Story of a Piece of Coal. By E. A. Martin, F.G.S. With 38 Illustrations.

The Story of the Solar System. By G. F. Chambers, F.R.A.S. With 28 Illustrations.

The Story of the Earth in Past Ages. By H. G. Seeley, F.R.S. With 40 Illustrations.

The Story of the Plants. By Grant Allen. With 40 Illustrations.

The Story of Primitive Man. By Edward Clodd. With 88 Illustrations.

The Story of the Stars. By G. F. Chambers, F.R.A.S. With 24 Illustrations.

Source of list A1 above:
The Story of Plants - Grant Allen, London, George Newnes Limited, 1899 (The Library of Useful Stories)

(A2) George Newnes Limited, London

The story of alchemy and the beginnings of chemistry
by M. M. Pattison Muir; Public Health Service Hospital 25 (Houston, Tex.); Harry Houdini
1902

The story of Alpine climbing
by Francis Henry Gribble
1904

The story of a grain of wheat ... with forty illustrations.
by William C. Edgar
1904

The story of animal life : with forty-seven illustrations
by B. Lindsay; Turnbull & Spears
1902

The story of a piece of coal: what it is, whence it comes, and whither it goes ... with thirty-eight illustrations
by Edward Alfred Martin
1908; 1914

The story of architecture
by Percy Leslie Waterhouse
1902

The story of art in the British Isles
by John Ernest Phythian
1901

The story of bird-life
by W P Pycraft
1900

The story of books
by Gertrude Burford Rawlings
1901

The story of British trade and industry
by James Burnley
1904

The story of eclipses simply told for general readers : with especial reference to the total eclipse of the sun of August 30, 1905
by George F. Chambers
1902

The story of electricity
by John Munro
1899

The story of Euclid
by William Barrett Frankland
1902

The story of extinct civilizations of the Earth
by Robert Edwin Anderson
1897

The story of fish life : with eighteen illustrations
by W. P. Pycraft; Henrik Gro_nvold
1901

The story of forest and stream
by James Rodway
1897

The story of germ life: bacteria
by H. W. Conn
1897

The story of ice in the present and past
by William A Brend
1902

The story of our army
by Capt. Owen Wheeler
1902

The story of photography
by Alfred Thomas Story
1897; 1899

The story of "primitive" man
by Edward Clodd
1903

The story of rapid transit ... With ... illustrations.
by Beckles Willson
1903

The story of religions
by E. D. Price
1898

The story of the alphabet
by Edward Clodd
19--

The story of the Atlantic cable
by Charles Bright
1903

The story of the British race
by J. F. Munro
1899

The story of the earth in partages.
by H G Seeley
1896

The story of the earth's atmosphere
by Douglas Archibald
1897

The story of the empire
by Edward Salmon
1902

The story of the mind
by James Mark Baldwin
1899

The story of the plants
by Grant Allen
1907

The story of the potter : being a popular account of the rise and progress of the principle manufactures of pottery and porcelain in all parts of the world, with some description of modern practical working
by Charles Fergus Binns
1905

The story of the solar system : simply told for general readers
by George F. Chambers
1901

The story of the stars : simply told for general readers
by George F. Chambers
1903

The story of the wanderings of atoms : especially those of carbon
by M. M. Pattison Muir
c 1899

The story of wild flowers
by George Henslow
1901

The story of wireless telegraphy
by Alfred Thomas Story
c 1905

Lost England: the story of our submerged coasts
by Beckles Willson
1902

Source of list A2 above:
worldcat.org

(B) D. Appleton & Co., New York, United States

The story of alchemy and the beginnings of chemistry
by M. M. Pattison Muir
1907

The story of animal life
by B. Lindsay
1902

The story of a piece of coal : what it is, whence it comes, and whither it goes
by Edward Alfred Martin
1919

The story of books
by Gertrude Burford Rawlings
1917

The story of eclipses simply told for general readers, with especial reference to the total eclipse of the sun of May 28, 1900
by George F. Chambers
1900

The story of electricity
by John Munro
1908

The story of extinct civilizations of the East
by Robert E. Anderson
1916

The story of extinct civilizations of the West
by Robert E. Anderson
1904

The story of germ life
by Herbert William Conn
1917

The story of iron and steel
by J Russell Smith
1901

The story of King Alfred
by Walter Besant
1930

The story of life in the seas
by Sydney John Hickson
1905

The story of photography
by Alfred Thomas Story
1909

The story of "primitive" man
by Edward Clodd
1914

The story of the alphabet
by Edward Clodd
1935

The story of the art of building with an account of architecture in America
by P. Leslie Waterhouse
1901

The story of the art of music
by Frederick James Crowest
1902

The story of the British race
by J. F. Munro
1903

The story of the cotton plant
by Frederick Wilkinson
1912

The story of the earth in past ages
by H. G. Seeley
1920

The story of the earth's atmosphere
by Douglas Archibald
1918

The story of the living machine; a review of the conclusions of modern biology in regard to the mechanism which controls the phenomena of living activity
by H. W. Conn
1899

The story of the mind
by James Mark Baldwin
1916

The story of the plants
by Grant Allen
1917

The story of the solar system
by George F. Chambers
1912

The story of the stars
by George F. Chambers
1913

Source of list B above:
worldcat.org


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