SANTA FE MAP FOLDER SHOWING PRINCIPAL RAILROAD LINES OF THE UNITED STATES, WITH PORTIONS OF CANADA AND MEXICO. ALSO CONTOUR AND ALTITUDE MAPS OF TERRITORY TRAVERSED BY SANTA FE SYSTEM LINES ... AND MAPS OF BUSINESS DISTRICTS OF CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY, LOS ANGELES AND SAN FRANCISCO. Issued by the Atchison, Topeka, and the Santa Fe Railway System [cover title]. Chicago: W. J. Black, Passenger Traffic Manager, Atchison, Topeka, and the Santa Fe Railway System, n.d. circa 1920. Single sheet, 56x120 cm (22 x 49 1/2 inches), folded to make 48 panels, printed in color. 23 illustrations, 6 maps, 1 profile. The main map, "Map of the Atchison, Topeka, and the Santa Fe Railway System," measures 52.7x99.5 cm (20 3/4 x 39 1/4 inches). It is a detailed map of the United States and adjacent regions of Canada and Mexico, showing the Santa Fe railway system and the principal railroads in the eastern United States, southern Canada, and northern Mexico. On the recto are smaller maps of San Francisco, Los Angeles, Kansas City, and Chicago, and a birdseye map/view of the United States from Chicago to the coast of California with an accompanying "Profile of the Santa Fe Between Chicago and California." The maps are copyright by the Rand McNally & Company. Includes "Index to Stations on the Santa Fe." Many of the illustrations promote the Santa Fe Station Hotels and the famous Fred Harvey Meal Service. Some wear and a few short splits at fold intersections, some darkening to outer panels, very good. OCLC reports seven copies, two of them in California, at the Autry and UCLA. (#166683).
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