|Title:||"What is a million dollars to the city of New York, anyway?" [A letter to W.J. Gaynor, mayor of the city of New York, calling attention to the savings possible by employing the author's system for the construction of tunnel and subway.|
|Author:||McBean, Duncan D.|
|Note:||New York, 1912]|
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|Subject:||New York City -- Railways (Underground)|
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