THROUGH THE HARBOR -- From Everywhere by Irmengarde Eberl

THROUGH THE HARBOR -- From Everywhere

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In a somewhat hackneyed form, through a collection of short stories, Miss Eberle dramatizes the facts behind the moving freight vessels of New York harbor. There is a story of Mexico, from which oil is shipped; of Spain and cork, of Australia and wool, of the South and cotton, and so on. Stories good enough, but there should be a better rounded picture and closer tie-up with the harbor, types of boats, etc.

Pub Date: Aug. 29th, 1938
Publisher: Bobbs -- Merrill