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Alfred A. Hart CPRR Stereoview No. 60, Train in Dixie Cut
2/18/2016 - American History: Timed Online Auction - ends 2/29

Central Pacific Railroad stereoview by Alfred A. Hart, Sacramento, Cal., titled in the recto margin No. 60 - Train in Dixie Cut, Gold Run Station, Placer County.  Hart's imprint on verso.



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Bumped corners and worn edges.  Light soiling.
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