Automobile Blue Book, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Automobile Blue Book Publishing Company, 1921 - Automobile travel
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Page 777 - The provisions of this section, however, shall be operative as to a motor vehicle owned by a nonresident of this state only to the extent that under the laws of the foreign country, state, territory or federal district of his residence like exemptions and privileges are granted to motor vehicles duly registered under the laws of and owned by residents of this state.
Page 654 - Detro t has the largest plant in the world devoted exclusively to the manufacture of...
Page 779 - President: (A) evidence of insurance, (B) surety bonds, (C) qualification as a self-insurer, or (D) other evidence of financial responsibility. Any bond filed shall be issued by a bonding company authorized to do business in the United States.
Page 65 - MAY 6, 1783, WASHINGTON AND SIR GUY CARLETON ARRANGED FOR THE EVACUATION OF AMERICAN SOIL BY THE BRITISH. AND OPPOSITE THIS POINT MAY 8, 1783, A BRITISH SLOOP-OF-WAR FIRED 17 GUNS IN HONOR OF THE AMERICAN COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF, THE FIRST SALUTE BY GREAT BRITAIN TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
Page 100 - On the east Is Park Row, which leads into the Bowery at Chatham Square, several blocks to the north. The Bowery was once famed for Its dives, but has lost much of its former ill repute. Off Chatham Square Is Chinatown, and Pell, Mott and Doyers Streets always appeal to the visitor.
Page 86 - British sloop of war fired 17 guns in honor of the American commanderin-chief, the first salute by Great Britain to the United States of America.
Page 74 - The Ancient Burial Place of the Stockbridge Indians, the Friends of Our Fathers." John Sergeant, a tutor of Yale, became missionary to the Indians in 1735, but died in 1747; and was succeeded by Jonathan Edwards, the elder, who came from Northampton in 1751, and remained until called to the presidency of Princeton College in 1757.
Page 98 - At Bedford Avenue and Eastern Parkway there is an option of routes to Coney Island. One is via Bedford Avenue and into the Coney Island Boulevard, at the southeastern end of Prospect Park. The other is west from Bedford Avenue and Eastern Parkway Into the Park at the Plaza Gate and thru the winding drives of the Park to the entrance of Coney Island Avenue.
Page 98 - Hill is a promontory affording a magnificent view of the Hudson and the Palisades, probably the best on the lower part of the river. On this point the white settlers maintained a lookout for approaching Indians, and it was also a signal point during -the revolution. Fort George, formerly an amusement resort, lies to the east of Broadway, opposite Washington Heights, and is quite as historic as the latter, altho its historic landmarks have been largely obliterated by modern improvements.
Page 98 - East or West Drives in the Park, or go up Fifth Avenue to 110th Street; from there it Is desirable to use Seventh Avenue to 145th Street, turn right over the bridge and east, up the hill, to Mott Avenue, then along the Grand Boulevard and Concourse to Fordham Road, turning downhill to the right and continuing on Fordham Road to Southern Boulevard and Bronx Park.

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