Shore Line Dispatch No. 7: A Transportation Miracle

Norman Carlson, Editor
Item #88017

Dive into the amazement that was the 28th International Eucharistic Congress, during with steam railroads from across the U.S. and Canada carried 600,000 people to Chicago.
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Dive into the amazement that was the 28th International Eucharistic Congress, during with steam railroads from across the U.S. and Canada carried 600,000 people to Chicago.

Features:

  • Day-by-day details
  • The role the rail lines played
  • Information on Cardinal Mundelein, who envisioned this Eucharistic Congress
  • Six original colorful pieces of artwork by Mitch Markovitz

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Author: Norman Carlson, Editor
Pages: 100
Table of Contents

Acknowledgement of Contributors and Sources

Foreword Letters

Eucharistic Congress
-Backgrounds, preparations, and travels

June 20 through June 24, 1926
-The daily chronicle and color illustrations

A Transportation Miracle
-The great role that the railroads fulfilled

George William Mudelein
-The man that made it happen

 

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