United States Travel Literature Collection

Accession Number: SC 17:37
Location: RB-M
Dates: 1882-1997
Size: 5 record cartons; 5.0 cu. ft.
Creator/Collector: Collected by SLPL staff
Acquisition info: Collected by SLPL staff
Accruals: No accruals expected
Custodial history:

Collection assembled by SLPL staff (various branches) and stored

in Central Library in former “Tin Room.” At some point was

moved to storage room at Compton Branch Library. Moved from

Compton Branch Library storage to Rare Books and Manuscripts

in September 2017.

Language: English
Processed by: Amanda Bahr-Evola, February 2018
Conservation notes:

Items placed into acid free envelopes and into acid free record

cartons. Metal fasteners removed.

Scope and Content:

Collection of travel literature covering the United States. Much of

the collection dates from the 1930s-1940s. Brochures and

publications from travel companies, transportation companies,

tourist bureaus, tourist attractions, and government entities are


Arrangement: Collection organized geographically
Restrictions: No restrictions
Remarks: “st” indicates the year that was stamped on the item by SLPL

United States Travel Literature Collection
5 record cartons; 5.0 cu. ft.

Box/Folder Description
1/1 Finding Aid
1/- Alabama    

“See Mobile—he City of Five Flags.” Mobile Chamber of Commerce

“Visit Bellingrath Gardens On the Isle-Aux-Oies River, Mobile”

“Tuscaloosa: The City of Opportunity” Paige Industrial Development Service

“The Riviera-of-America Between Mobile and New Orleans”


“Alaska” Canadian Pacific (1935)

“Alaska Sailing Schedules” Alaska Steamship Company (1935)


“Apache Trail of Arizona” Southern Pacific Lines (1917, st 1940)

“Historical Folder of Tombstone Arizona”

“Tucson Arizona” by A.J. Wells, Sunset Magazine

“Tucson Arizona” by Bourdon Wilson, Sunset Magazine

“Tucson Arizona” by M.B. Levick, Sunset Magazine

“Tucson Arizona” by F.r. Maulsby, Sunset Magazine

“Welcome Visitor!” Tucson Chamber of Commerce (1947)

“The Gate Way to the West Coast of Mexico” Tucson Chamber of

Commerce (1923)


“Hot Springs Arkansas” Missouri Pacific Iron Mountain (1908)

“Handbook of Texarkana, Arkansas-Texas” Texarkana Chamber of


“Hot Springs National Park Arkansas” Chamber of Commerce Hot

Springs National Park, Arkansas (1924)

“Points” Eureka Springs Arkansas (1900)

“The Discovery of Hot Springs, Arkansas by DeSoto” Missouri Pacific

Railway Company (1893)

“Texarkana Ark-Tex of Today” Texarkana Board of Trade

“A Survey of Texarkana Arkansas-Texas” Texarkana Board of Trade

“Eureka Springs Arkansas—The Switzerland of America”

“Eureka Springs Arkansas—apital Resort of the Ozarks” Times-Echo


“Inspiration Point—ureka Springs, Arkansas” Times-Echo

“Buckstaff Baths, Hot Springs, Arkansas”

“The Crescent Hotel—ureka Springs, Arkansas”

“Eureka Springs Guide Book” The Greater Eureka Springs Tourist

Council (1959)

“Eureka Springs, Arkansas” The Commercial Club

“The Heart of the Ozarks—ot Springs and Vicinity” Missouri Pacific

Railroad Company

“Cutter’s Guide to the Hot Springs of Arkansas” by Charles Cutter

(1885, 1896)


“Sunshine, Sulphur, Mud—Paso Robles Hot Springs” (two copies)

“Road of a Thousand Wonders—aso Robles Hot Prings” (three copies)

“Santa Cruz” (st 1935)

“Santa Cruz”

“Pasadena—ummer and Winter” Chamber of Commerce and Civic

Association of Pasadena (1923)

“Pasadena” Title Gurantee and Trust Company (1935)

“California’s Capital—acramento” Sacramento Chamber of Commerce

“California’s Resort Wonderland” Sacramento Chamber of Commerce

“The Bee’s Centennial Album” The Sacramento Bee (1957)

“Paso Robles Hot Springs California”

“Big Trees of California” Southern Pacific (three copies)

“The California Limited” Santa Fe (1910, 1911)

“Redwood Empire/Golden Gate Bridge” Redwood Empire Association

Golden Gate Bridge and Highway District (1938)

“Illustrated California Western Railroad and Navigation Company:

Thro The Redwoods” (1917)

“Redwood Empire/Golden Gate Bridge” Redwood Empire Association


“Pictorial Map and Visitor’s Guide to Forest Lawn Memorial-Park”


“The Kindlier More Reverent Way” Forest Lawn Memorial-Park (1952)

“California and the Expositions/Yellowstone National Park” Union

Pacific System (1915)

“Western Pacific—he Feather River Route to Oakland California”

“American Medical Association: Los Angeles, CA” Santa Fe (June 26-

30, 1911)

“Tourist Sleeper to California” Santa Fe

“On Your Way to California” Chicago, Rock Island, and Pacific

Railway Company (1911)

“California—The Golden State. The New All-Pullman Golden State

Limited” Rock Island-Southern Pacific

“Sequoia & General Grant National parks & Kings River Canyon”

“California Mission Trails—he Path of the Padres” California Mission

Trails Association (1950)

“Tulare County Catechism” by A.E. Miot for Tulare County Board of


“Tulare County’s Wonderland-Highways and By-Ways” by A.E. Miot

for Tulare County Board of Trade

“Tulare County” by A.E. Miot for Tulare County Board of Trade

“La Reina: Los Angeles in Three Centuries” by Laurance L. Hill for

Security Trust & Savings Bank (1929)

“California via Canadian Rockies” Kirkland de Luxe Travel Service

“The Pacific Coast—hat You’ll See Through Greyhound Bus

Windows” The Greyhound Lines (st 1933)

“California Winter Tours—inter Sun Festival” Burlington Escorted

Tours (1940)

“California—reat Western Circle Tour” Burkett Tour & Travel

Service (1940)

“California Escorted Tours” Burlington Escorted Tours (1940)

“The Beautifying of San Jose: A Report to the Outdoor Art League” by

Charles M. Robinson (1909)

“Pebble Beach—onterey County California” Pacific Improvement Co.

“San Pedro and Wilmington: A Calendar of Events in the Making of

Two Cities and the Los Angeles Harbor” Title Guarantee and

Trust Company (1937)

“Santa Barbara County California” by M.B. Levick for Sunset Magazine

Homeseekers’ Bureau

“Santa Barbara” Chamber of Commerce of Santa Barbara County

“Santa Barbara California” Louisiana Purchase Exposition

Commissioners for Santa Barbara County

“Santa Barbara: A Community History” by Laurance L. Hill and

Marion Parks for Security-First National Bank of Los Angeles


“Santa Clara County California” Santa Clara County Board of


“Santa Catalina Island” M. Rieder (1905)

“The King’s Highway—l Camino Real” The Old Mission Church


“Yosemite by Rail” Yosemite Valley Railroad Company

“Yosemite Valley” Southern Pacific

“Yosemite” Santa Fe

“Curry’s Yosemite Automobile Road Guide” (1918)

“Yosemite and the Mariposa Big Trees” Yosemite Transportation


“Yosemite National Park” by Harriet Monroe for United States Railroad


“San Diego” Board of Supervisors and the Chamber of Commerce of

San Diego (1915, 1916)

“Pertinent Facts concerning San Diego” San Diego County Board of

Supervisors and the San Diego-California Club (1923)

“San Diego” by H.P. Wood for the San Diego Chamber of Commerce

“The Port of San Diego” Harbor Department, City of San Diego (1927)

“Climate, Resources, Commerce, etc. City and County of San Diego”

San Diego Chamber of Commerce (1887)

“San Diego and Vicinity” (1915)

“Every Day in San Diego” San Diego County Board of Supervisors and

The San Diego-California Club

“See America First—Start at San Diego” San Diego & Arizona


“Mission Inn—Riverside California” Santa Fe

“Riverside ‘the city beautiful’” Passenger Department of the San Pedro,

Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad (1909, 1916)

“California’s Mission Inn” The Glenwood, Riverside

“Handbook of the Glenwood Mission Inn” by Francis S. Borton

“Riverside County California” Board of Supervisors and the Chamber of

Commerce Riverside County California

“Riverside County California—A Happy County” by B.O. Bliven for

Sunset Magazine Homesekers’ Bureau

“A Story of the Inn” (1916)

“Mission Inn California”

“Glenwood Mission Inn—uide and Shopping List” by Worthington

Gates (1911)

“Picturesque Riverside California”

“See 2 Great Fairs—New York and San Francisco” Railroads of the

United States (1939)

“San Francisco: An Invitation to the Golden Gate International

Exposition on Treasure Island and to the Fascinating California

That it Centers” Californians Inc. (1939)

“San Francisco California” San Francisco Chamber of Commerce (1912)

“Law and Order in San Francisco: A Beginning” San Francisco Chamber

of Commerce (1914)

“Fascinating San Francisco: Being a Sincere if Somewhat Partisan

Interpretation of the City by the Golden Gate” San Francisco

Chamber of Commerce (1914)

“N.E.A. San Francisco” Santa Fe (July 8-14, 1911)

“San Francisco” San Francisco Committee national Conference of

Social Work (1929)

“San Francisco California” Alaska-Yukon Pacific Exposition Committee


“San Francisco, Portland and Los Angeles” San Francisco and Portland

S. Company

“San Francisco: Photo-Gravures” by A. Wittemann

“Hotel St. Francis on Union Square” Hotel St. Francis

“The Chapter in Your Life Entitled San Francisco” Californians Inc. (1947)

“San Jose Mission—ts Legends, Lore, and History” by Wilma

Madlem (1934)

“San Jacinto Museum of History” San Jacinto Museum of History


“Santa Monica” Title Guarantee and Trust Company (1935)

“San Francisco Street Names” by Henry C. Carlisle for American Trust

Company (1954)

“The Golden Gate Bridge: History & Principal Characteristics, Progress of

Construction” Golden Gate Bridge and Highway District (1934)

“The Trolley Trail through the Heart of Southern California” D.A. Munger

for Pacific Electric Railway Company (1910)


Mesa Verde” National Park Service

“The Pikes Peak Region—Colorado Springs and Manitou”

“Pikes Peak by Automobile and Mt. Manitou by Incline Railway”

“Pikes Peak by Auto”

“Things Worth Knowing about Rock Island Lines to Colorado, California,

And Other Points” Rock Island

“Pikes Peak via the World Famous Cog Road” Cog Wheel Route (two


“San Isabel National Forest—olorado’s Newest Playground” Missouri

Pacific R.R. Company (1929)

“The Peaks of the Rockies” by Edwin L. Sabin for Denver & Rio Grande

Railroad (1916)

“The San Isabel National Forest Colorado” Missouri Pacific Railroad

Company (1923)

“Troutdale in the Pines” Troutdale Hotel Company (1939)

“Colorful Colorado” Colorado State Highway Department (1949)

“Snyder’s Guide to the Pike’s Peak Region” (July 1907)

“Daily Doings in the Pikes Peak Region—fficial guide book” Colorado

Springs Chamber of Commerce (May 1922)

“The Ouray Recreation Association Presents the Switzerland of America”

Ouray Recreation Association

“Colorado Mountain Playgrounds” Union Pacific Railroad


“Block Island” New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad Company


“The Two Hundredth Anniversary of the Settlement of the Town of

New Milford” Daniel Davenport (1907)


“Wilmington on the Delaware” Chamber of Commerce Wilmington

Delaware (two copies; 1939 and st 1940)

“At Latitude N. 39 ˚ 45’ Longitude W. 75˚ 30’ Is” Chamber of Commerce

Wilmington Delaware


“Sunny St. Petersburg—Florida’s Delightful Play Place” Tourist News


“St. Petersburg Florida—he Sunshine City” St. Petersburg

Board of Trade

“St. Augustine”

“St. Petersburg Florida—he Sunshine City” Board of Trade

“St. Augustine” City of St. Augustine

“Sarasota Florida—n the Gulf of Mexico”

“St. Petersburgh Hotels and Apartments” Griffith Advertising Agency

“Historic Picturesque St. Augustine Florida” (st 1945)

“St. Petersburg Florida—he Sunshine City” Tourist News Press

“The Sanctuary and Singing Tower—ountain Lake Florida” The

American Foundation, Inc.

“The Mountain Lake Sanctuary” American Foundation Incorporated (1940)

“A Vacation Idea that’s ‘Catching On’ Fast!” Hollywood Beach Hotel



“Georgia’s Stone Mountain” by Willard Neal for Stone Mountain

Memorial Association (1970)

“Georgia and Florida” Conoco Travel Bureau (1934)


“Richfield” Richfield Commercial Club

2/- Illinois   

“Starved Rock and the Illinois River Valley” Rock Island Lines

“Chicago—istorical, Pictorial” Chicago National Bank (1902)

“Souvenir of Chicago” Curt Teich & Co.

“Thompson’s—Organization News 50th Anniversary Edition” Thompson’s


“Springfield” L.H. Nelson Co. (1907)

“Chicago: Host City to the Nation” The Chicago Convention Bureau (st 1951)

“Illinois State Parks and Memorials: An Illustrated, descriptive Guide to

Scenic Parks, Historic Memorials and Lincoln Shrines in Illinois”

State of Illinois

“Quincy: Attractions for Visitors” by C.F. Perry for Chamber of Commerce

“Quincy Illinois—Sixty Views of Quincy Illinois” Monarch Press


“Tourist’s Guide Historic Vincennes” The Vincennes Fortnightly Club


“Visit Historic Vincennes—Home of George Rogers Clark National

Historical Park”

“Mudlavia” A.B. Schanz, Editor for Indiana Springs Company

“French Lick Springs Hotel: America’s Most Ideal Health Resort”

French Lick Springs Hotel

“French Lick Springs Hotel—America’s Favorite Spa” French Lick

Springs Hotel


“Sioux City— Great Power in the Great Northwest” Sioux City

Chamber of Commerce (1920)

“Sioux City Market—930 Industrial Survey” Sioux City

Chamber of Commerce (1930)


Wichita at a Glance” Board of Commerce

“Souvenir of Fort Riley” (1917)

“Commercial Guide—laces and Things of Interest in Wichita”

Wichita Commercial Club (1917)

“Wichita—he City of Opportunities”


“A Map and Guide to The Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill” Shaker Village

“Louisville and Kentucky: With Pictures” Louisville Convention and

Publicity League (1916)

“Kentucky Lake Facilities Guide” Association of Commerce (st 1956)

“Kentucky Lake State Park” Kentucky Lake State Park (st 1956)

“Kentucky Lake Guide” by Paul Abell (1956)

“Bird’s Eye Views of Kentucky Dam and the Tennessee River System

(two copies; st 1956)


“Shreveport Louisiana” by E.L. McColgin for Shreveport Chamber of Commerce (two copies; 1 undated, 1 1913)

“Album of Facts Relating to Shreveport of To-Day” Shreveport

Progressive League (1904)

Shreveport Louisiana”

“Shreveport Louisiana—Center of the Greatest Combined Oil, Gas,

Agricultural and Lumber Field in the World” Advertising Club

of Shreveport (1919)

“Shreveport Centennial” (1935)


“Wiscasset Maine—hat We Have, What We Want”

“Poland Spring” Hiram Ricker & Sons (1908)


“Barbara Fritchie House and Museum” (st 1936)


“Pocket Guide to Salem, Mass.” H.P. Ives (1885)

“Old Plymouth: A Guide to Its Localities and Objects of Interest”

Avery & Doten, Publishers (1878)

“Guide to Historic Plymouth—Illustrated” by A.S. Burbank (1896)

“Streets and Homes in Old Salem” by N. S. Messer (1941)

“Our Home town—pringfield, Massachusetts. A Report to the Citizens”

Public Relations Committee of the City of Springfield


“Pilgrim Plymouth—istorical Places, Industrial Opportunities”

by Paul W. Bittinger for Town of Plymouth (1935)

“What to See in Salem” by Albert W. Dennis (1903)

“The White Hills”


“Historic Guidebook: Mackinac Island” by George S. May for Mackinac

Island State Park Commission (1962)

“The Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village” (two copies)

“Welcome to the Henry Ford Museum”

“Welcome to Greenfield Village”

“Beautiful Scenic North Shore Drive of Lake Superior” Lake Superior

North Shore Association (1951)

“Early Mackinac” by Rev. Meade C. Williams (1919)


“The City of Saint Paul—he Gateway to the Great Northwest” The Saint Paul Association of Commerce (st 1945)

“St. Cloud Guide” Chamber of Commerce (1936)

“Alexandria Minnesota—our Summer Playground” Minnesota Tourist

Bureau (st 1949)

“The Handbook and Souvenir of Lake Minnetonka” Ellis & Gulick, Lake

Park Hotel (1893)

“Minnesota’s Vacation Guide” Minnesota State Automobile Association



“Choice Pickings in the Yazoo Valley”

“A Guide to the Campaign & Siege of Vicksburg” State of Mississippi

Department of Archives and History (1994)

“Jackson and Hinds County Mississippi Extend a Cordial Welcome to

Homeseekers and Investors”

“Hand Book of the State of Mississippi” Board of Immigration and

Agriculture (1882)

“Natchez Pilgrimage” Natchez Garden Club (1941)

“Vicksburg for the Tourist” Illinois Central System (three copies; no date,

1923, 1929,)

“Vicksburg for the Tourist—he National Cemetery, the City” Illinois

Central System


“Missouri State Parks” State Park Board (1953)

“Missouri’s Parks and Playgrounds—n Outdoor Wonderland” Missouri

State Game and Fish Department (three copies)

“Station Duquette Welcomes You to St. Charles Missouri”

Station Duquette

“Missouri—In World and Picture” Conoco Travel Bureau (1933)

“A Variety Vacation in Missouri” Missouri Division of Resources

And Development

“The Big Springs Country” Big Springs Country Association of Missouri

“Hoot Mon! It’s Missouri for a Thrifty Family Vacation” Missouri State

Division of Resources and Development (st 1951)

“Missouri State Parks” State Park Board (1951)

“James and White River Float Trips” Missouri Pacific

“Recreation Near Home: Hunting and Fishing” by John C. Small for

Missouri Pacific Iron Mountain (1908)

“Recreation Near Home” Missouri Pacific Railroad Company

“The Joy of Living—Excelsior Springs Missouri”

“Missouri—n Outdoor Guide” Missouri Game and Fish Department

(st 1936)

“The Arcadia Country” Missouri Pacific-Iron Mountain

“What They Say” Commercial Club of Kansas City

“The Lure of Arcadia Valley” by Frederic E. Voelker for Missouri Pacific

Railroad Company (two copies)

“Eagle Hurst Ranch—uzzah Missouri”

“Kirkwood Lodge”

“National Folk Camp—uivre River State Park” (1951)

“Indian Springs Lodge in the Ozarks” (st 1940)

“Marshall View Book” Junior Chamber of Commerce (1925)

“Pleasure Boating in the Saint Louis Area” Midwest marine Association

“Arcadia Valley” Arcadia Valley Civic Organizations

“Taum Sauk—nion Electric’s Pumped-Storage Hydro Plant” Union

Electric Company

“Moberly—Fifty Years Ago and To-Day” by John E. Lynch for the Bank

of Moberly

“Recreation Near Home” Missouri Pacific Iron Mountain (two copies)

“Missouri 1821-1971 Sesquicentennial Edition Vacation & Travel

Guide Missouri Tourism Commission (1971)

“White River Country of Missouri” Missouri State Department of

Resources and Development (two copies)

“Springfield Greets You” Springfield Chamber of Commerce

“Pony Express Territory of Missouri” Missouri State Division of Resources

and Development

“Missouri Spectacular” Missouri Division of Resources and Development

“This is Missouri—Mid-America’s Favorite Family Vactionland” Division

of Resources and Development

“Daniel Boone Region of Missouri” Missouri State Division of Resources

and Development

“Green Hills Region of North Missouri” Missouri State Division

of Resources and Development

“Pictorial Missouri” Missouri Division of Resources and

Development (1956)

“Missouri—amily Vacation Land” Missouri Division of Resources

and Development

“You’ll Have Fun in Missouri” Division of Resources and Development

“All Roads Lead to Missouri” Missouri State Division of Resources

and Development

“Wildwood Springs Resort—he Romance of a Real Vacation”

Wildwood Springs Resort Association

“Variety Vacations—Missouri” Missouri Division of Resources and


“Meet Me In Missouri For a Real Family Vacation” Division of

Resources and Development (st 1950)

“An Invitation—pend This Summer in The Ozarks”

“The Ozarks are Calling You” Missouri Ozark Company

“Ozark Vacation Guide” St. Louis Post-Dispatch (three copies; 1937, 1938,


“Your Ozark Host—ranson & Hollister” by Steve Miller (1954)

“South Central Missouri—he Crest of the Ozarks” Missouri State Board

of Agriculture (1924)

“Find the Worthwhile in the Ozarks—A Paradise for Sportsmen, Tourists,

Vacationists, Place of Rest for the Tired out Business Man”

The Big Springs Country Association

“Expense-Paid Tours to and thru the Ozarks and Ouachitas” Crown Coach

Lines (st 1948)

“Playgrounds of the Ozarks—he Land of a Million Smiles” Ozark

Playgrounds Association (five copies; st 1948, 1949, 1950, no date)

“Playground of the Ozarks Official Guide Book” Ozark Playground

Association (three copies; 1936, 1939 and 1940)

“Happy Days in the Ozarks Official Guide Book” Ozark Playgrounds

Association (two copies; 1938)

“Central Ozarks Region of Missouri” Missouri State Division of

Resources and Development (st 1950, st 1956)

“Playgrounds of the Ozarks—Official Map” Ozark Playgrounds

Association (three copies)

“Low Round Trip Fares to the Ozarks” Frisco Lines (1939)

“The Big Springs Country of the Missouri Ozarks” Missouri Ozarks

Chamber of Commerce

“The White River Country in the Ozarks” Missouri Pacific Railroad

(three copies)

“Playgrounds of the Ozarks in any Season” Ozark Playgrounds

Association (three copies; st 1950, 1951 and no date)

“Holiday House and Cottages” Holiday House

“Hunt, Tennis, Golf, Boating in the Playgrounds of the Ozarks”

Ozark Playgrounds Association

“Howdy! Welcome to Doniphan” The Ripley County Chamber of



“Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks” Lake of the Ozarks Association

(three copies; st 1950, 1952)

“Let’s Go to the Playgrounds of the Ozarks” Ozark Playgrounds

Association (two copies)

“Good Words for the Ozarks From Men who Farm there and Make

the Farm Pay” Frisco Lines

“The Lure of the Ozarks” Missouri Ozarks Chamber of Commerce

(st 1931)

“Ozark Annual Business Directory” by Gerald H. Pipes (two copies;


“Missouri Ozarks” Missouri Pacific Lines

“Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks” Union Electric Land and Development Co

“Where to go in the Ozarks” by Keith McCanse for the 49th State Tour

Club (1928)

“Where to go in the Ozarks” by Keith McCanse (1931)

“Come Play or Stay in the Playgrounds of the Ozarks” Ozark Playgrounds

Association (two copies)

“The Ozarks—and of a Million Smiles” Ozark Playgrounds Association


“Vacations in the Ozarks” Frisco Lines (two copies; 1913 and 1915)

“Pleasure Spots among the Ozarks” Rock Island

“Ozark Stopovers” (1934)

“Summer Homes in the Ozarks” Frisco Lines

“The Ozark Region of Western Missouri and Arkansas” Kansas City

Southern Railway

“Vacations in the Ozarks” Frisco Lines (four copies; 1913,1925, 1929,

and 1930)

“Lake of the Ozarks Country of Missouri” Missouri State Department

of Resources and Development (st 1949)

“Lake Taneycomo and the White River Country” White River Booster

League (three copies)

“Ozark Playgrounds Business Directory” Ozark Playgrounds Association

(two copies)

“Play Places in the Ozarks—hite River Country” Missouri Pacific Lines

(two copies)

“Lake of the Ozarks Country of Missouri—A Vacation Guide Map”

Missouri State Department of Resources and Development

(two copies; st 1945 and 1948)

“Lake Taneycomo—hite River Country in the Missouri Ozarks”

Missouri Pacific Lines (two copies, st 1946)

“Enjoy the Ozark Playgrounds and Don’t Miss the Flaming Fall Revue”

Ozark Playgrounds Association (three copies)

“Ha-Ha-Tonka Fish and Game Park Association” (two copies)

“Ha-Ha-Tonka in the Ozarks”

“Rockaway Beach Missouri”

“Lake of the Ozarks” Lake of the Ozarks Association

“Ozark Sightseeing Tours” A. Armbruster

“Pictorial Map White River Country of the Missouri-Arkansas Ozarks”

Missouri Pacific Lines

“Spring Ozark Tour—asconade River Country” Friends of the Land

Record of Events” by Frank B. Harper for Great Northern Railway

“Gallatin Valley” Northern Pacific


“Omaha Ranks 34th in Population, 13th in Bank Clearings: This Little

Book Tells Why” Bureau of Publicity Omaha Chamber of


New Hampshire

“The White Mountains of New Hampshire” Boston and Maine Railroad


New Jersey

“Trenton: One Hundred Years Ago” by William S. Stryker (1893)

New Mexico

“Beautiful Historical Taos—A Wonderland for Tourists” Taos

Commercial Club

“The Pecos Valley—he Fruit Belt of New Mexico” Rand McNally

“Historical Trails through New Mexico—he Land of Enchantment”

New Mexico State Tourist Bureau (two copies; 1940)

“Fred Harvey Meal Service” Santa Fe Lines (1930)

“Mission Churches of New Mexico” (st 1936)

“The Pecos Valley—he Fruit Belt of New Mexico” The Pecos Irrigation

And Improvement Company

“The Gate Way to the West Coast of Mexico”

“2 Weeks in New Mexico—Land of Enchantment” New Mexico State

Highway Department

“Santa Fe Lines” Santa Fe Lines

“Harveycar Courier Service—Indian-detour Harveycar Motor Cruises

La Fonda in Old Santa Fe”

“Side Trips on the Santa Fe—ew Mexico and Arizona” Santa Fe Lines

“Santa Fe presents: Conquest! The Story of the Santa Fe and the Men

Who Built it.” Santa Fe Lines (two copies; st 1946 and 1947)

“By the Way” Santa Fe Lines (1936)

“Coronado Cuarto Centennial” New Mexico State Tourist Bureau

(two copies; 1940)

Through New Mexico on the Camino Real” State Highway Commission

New York

“Rochester—he City of Varied Industries” Rochester Chamber of

Commerce (1916)

“Rochester New York” Convention Bureau of the Chamber of

Commerce “Historic Sites of New York State” by John J.

Vrooman, Supervisor of Historic Sites (two copies; st 1953

and 1958)

“Historic and Scientific Sites of New York State” by John J. Vrooman

Supervisor, of Historic Sites (st 1949)

“A Rochester Welcome and Godspeed” Rochester Chamber of Commerce

“Official Souvenir Book of the New York World’s Fair” New York

World’s Fair Corporation (1965)

“The Thousand Islands” New York Central Lines (two copies)

“Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes” New York Central Lines

“Mohawk Valley” New York Central Lines (st 1933)

“World’s Fair 1940” (1940)

“Summer Resorts in the Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains” United

States Railroad Administration

“What to do in Westchester and Putnam” C. J. Nuttall (1934)

“The Story of Rockefeller Center” Rockefeller Center Inc. (1939)

“Saratoga Springs—An Illustrated Descriptive Story of This Resort,

Historical Points of Interest, and of the State Reservation”

by C.A. Marshall for the Bureau of Information (1917)

“The State Reservation Saratoga Springs—An Historical and

Descriptive Statement of the Mineral Springs and Baths

Owned and Operated By the State of New York” Conservation

Commission (1917)

“Saratoga Springs—The Only Health Resort on the American Continent

Under State Control” by C.A. Marshall, Bureau of Information


“The Saratoga Cure”

“Saratoga Mineral Springs and Baths” Conservation Commission (1917)

“Saratoga for Health and Recreation” Conservation Commission (1917)

“Saratoga Springs—The Gift of Great Spirit” The Delaware and Hudson


“Saratoga Springs—ake George and Lake Champlain” United States

Railroad Administration

“Chautauqua County—he Scenic Triangle” Chautauqua Region, Inc.

“Lake Chautauqua” New York Central Lines

“The Chautauqua Region” by William S. Bailey for Chautauqua Region,

Inc. (1927)

“Information Book of Chautauqua” (1943)

“Frederick Vancortlandt Mansion” by Mavel Lorenz Ives (1932)

“Washington’s Headquarters: The Roger Morris House and Jumel

Mansion” by Emma A. F. Smith (1910 and 1924)

“Fort Ticonderoga”

“The Schuyler Mansion at Albany: Residence of Major-General Philip

Schuyler 1762-1804”

North Carolina

“The Land of the Sky—estern North Carolina” Southern Railway

Company (1914)

“Natural History of Pearson’s Falls—and Some of Its Human Associations

by Donald Culross Peattie (st 1951)

“The Land of the Sky” Southern Railway Company (1911)

“The Land of the Sky—Tourist Season 1910-1911” Southern Railway


“Pinehurst North Carolina—merica’s Premier Winter Resort. Price

Lists Season 1937-1938” Pinehurst, Inc. (1937)

North Dakota

“North & South Dakota Map Folder” The Chicago Milwaukee and

St. Paul Railway

“The Finest Farms in the Great Northwest Are to be Found in the Broad

Fertile Acres of North Dakota” (1905)

“Roughrider Guide to North Dakota” North Dakota Highway Department


“North Dakota” United States Railroad Administration

“North Dakota” Great Northern Railway (1915)


“Buckeye Lake and Indian Lake” Ohio Electric Railway Company

“A Photographic View of Middletown, Ohio Where Everyone is a

Booster” by John T. Fay

“Chesapeake & Ohio Railway—amestown Exposition” Chesapeake &

Ohio Railway (1907)

“Glimpses from the Observation End on the Baltimore & Ohio”

(two copies)

“National Limited” Baltimore & Ohio Railroad”

“Toledo—n American City in Portraiture” Toledo Commerce

Club (1917)

“Springfield, Ohio”

“This is Toledo” The Toledo Chamber of Commerce (st 1945)

“Zanesville and Muskingum County” Federal Writers’ Project (st 1938)


“Mineral Wealth in the Friscobelt” Frisco Lines (1943)

“Oklahoma” Frisco Lines (1927)

“The New State of Oklahoma” by F.L. Vandegrift for Santa Fe

“Tulsa—Opportunity Center of the Southwest” Tulsa Chamber of


Oregon City

“Oregon City and Clackamas County Oregon” Commercial Club

and Southern Pacific Lines (two copies)

“Oregon City, Oregon” Commercial Club

“Portland Oregon—The City of Roses” Oregon-Washington

Railroad and Navigation Company

“Oregon—ack to the Farm” Great Northern Railway (four copies)

“Oregon for the Settler” Southern Pacific Company (1914)

“Vacation Days in Oregon” Southern Pacific

“Outings in Oregon” The Oregon Railroad & Navigation Company and

Southern Pacific Lines

“Sherman County Oregon” Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company

“Fifth Annual Rose Festival—ortland Oregon” Northern Pacific (1911)

“Portland and the Columbia River” Northern Pacific (two copies)

“Sutherlin Valley Oregon—he Dominion of King Spitzenburg”

Sutherlin Commercial Club (two copies_

“Sutherlin Oregon” Southern Pacific

“Portland Oregon” Portland Chamber of Commerce

“Morrow County Oregon” Morrow County Booster Club

“The Oregon Blossom” The Board of Trade, Salem Oregon (two copies;


“Oregon—he Land of Opportunity” Portland Commercial Club

“Oregon City” Commercial Club

“Sherman County Oregon” Sherman County Development League

“Oregon—The Land of Opportunity” Portland Chamber of Commerce

“Clatsop Beach/North Pacific Coast Tours” Spokane Portland & Seattle


“Forest Trails and Highways of the Mount Hood Region” United States

Department of Agriculture (1920)

“The Oregon Coast” Astoria and Columbia River Railroad Company


“Military Road Grant Lands in Central Oregon” Oregon & Western

Colonization Company

“Oregon—he Land of Opportunity” Portland Chamber of Commerce

(two copies; 1911)


“A Friendly Guide book to Philadelphia and the Wanamaker Store”

by John Wanamaker (1926)

“Philadelphia—ransit Facilities, Places of Interest, Hotels, Theares”

Pennsylvania Railroad

“Pleasant Places on the Philadelphia & Reading Railway with a directory

Of Summer Hotels and Boarding Houses” Philadelphia &

Reading Railway (1902)

“Valley Forge State Park” Valley Forge Park Commission

“Valley Forge on the Reading” Philadelphia & Reading Railway

(two copies)

“Pleasant Places” Philadelphia & Reading Railway

Rhode Island

“Watch Hill” New York, New Haven & Harford Railroad (1910)

“Newport Casino Official Bulletin and Program” Newport Casino

Executive Committee (1905)

“Rhode Island for Real Recreation and Hospitality” Office of the

Secretary of State (1936)

“Old Providence: A Collection of Facts and Traditions Relating to

Various Buildings and Sites of Historic Interest in Providence”

Merchants National Bank of Providence (1918)

“Rhode Island Welcomes the Vacationist” State Bureau of Information

“America! Welcome to Rhode Island Tercentenary Celebrations”

Secretary of State(1936)

“Newport Guide—Where to Go and How to Get There, Railroad and

Steamboat Timetables, Amusements and Items of Interest” (st


“Souvenir of Block Island—he Bermuda of the North” by Noel A.


“Rhode Island— Little Bit of All Outdoors”

“The Rhode Island State House” Office of the Secretary of State (1936)

“Pleasures and Pleasure Spots in Rhode Island” Office of Secretary of

State (1930)

4/- South Carolina

“Camden South Carolina—In the Heart of the Pines” (1909)

South Dakota

“Belle Fourche Government Irrigation Project” Chicago and North Western


“Black Hills South Dakota—The Richest Hundred Miles Square in

The World” Chicago and North Western Railway (1910)

“The Black Hills of South Dakota—Largest State Park in America Chicago

And North Western Railway (1926)

“Black Hills of South Dakota” Chicago and North Western Railway

“Scenic South Dakota—he Black Hills and Badlands Region” the State

Highway Commission and the Department of Game, Fish and Parks

“Belle Fourche and Spearfish Valleys in the Black Hills of South

Dakota---The Land of Opportunity”


“Cool Mountains of Tennessee, Monteagle and Sewanee” Nashville,

Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway (1917)

“Summer Resorts” Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway (1913)

“Tennessee Centennial Exposition” (1897)

“Tennessee State Flag-Flower-Song-Seal and Capitol” by John Trottwood

Moore for the Division of Library and Archives Department of


“Tennessee” United States Railroad Administration

“Facts about Tennessee” Department of Agriculture

“Chattanooga Tennessee: Its History and Growth” Chattanooga

Community Association


“All America is Invited to Visit Texas Centennial Celebrations”

Texas Centennial Celebrations (1936)

“San Angelo—uide and Street Map” (1949)

“The Texas Riviera—the Beautiful Gulf Coast and the Winter

Resort Cities Houston and Galveston” Iron Mountain Route

“Texas Tourist Points and Resorts—Mountains, Country, Seashore”

Sunset Central Lines

“Map of the Pecos Valley in Texas” Pecos Irrigation & Improvement


“The Southwests Greatest Playground—ake Texoma and Texomaland”

Lake Texoma Sportsman Club (1949)

“The Newest Land of Promise—The Pecos Valley in Texas, the Nile of

America” by F.A. Hornbeck for the Kansas City, Mexico &

Orient Railway

“San Angelo—he Headquarters City of the Empire that is West Texas”

The Board of City Development

“A Tale of Two Cities—ot by Dickens” by F.F. Quinn for Texarkana

Board of Trade (1914)

“Irrigation From the Pioneer Canal—eeves and Ward Counties”

The Pioneer Canal Company

“San Antonio—the City of Missions. Bi Centennial Celebration”

Committee of One Hundred (1931)

“San Antonio” Municipal Information Bureau

“Hemisfair—orld’s Fair, San Antonio Texas” (1968)

“San Antonio—here Life is Different” Municipal Information Bureau

(st 1950, two copies)

“San Antonio Facts”

“Visitors Guide city of San Antonio” Nic Tengg

“San Antonio as a Health and Pleasure Resort” Iron Mountain Route

“Visitors Guide to San Antonio” Nic Tengg (1913)

“San Antonio” Missouri Pacific Iron Mountain

“Under Sapphire Skies—San Antonio” Missouri Pacific Lines

“The Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas” Missouri Pacific Lines

“Pictorial Parade of Texas” (1936)

“Texas Centennial Exposition” (1936)

“A Pictorial History of Texas under Six Flags” Southern Survey Service

Texas World’s Fair Commission (two copies, 1933)


“Zion, Bryce Canyon, Grand Canyon National Parks” Union Pacific

System (two copies; 1930, 1955)

“All Aboard for Zion” by Henry Irving Dodge for the Elks Magazine,

reprinted by the Union Pacific System (1926)

“Beautiful Ogden Cañn” Union Pacific Railroad Company (1911)

“Salt Lake City—he Center of Scenic America” Commercial Club

Chamber of Commerce

“Salt Lake City—rom Our Point of View” by Edward F. Colborn for

Salt Lake Real Estate Association

“Salt Lake City—he City of the Saints” Denver & Rio Grande

System (1905)

“Salt Lake City and Utah” The Chamber of Commerce of Salt Lake

City (1928)

“Grand Canyon All Expense Tours” Santa Fe (st 1940)

“Wayside Notes along Ogden Route” Southern Pacific (1916)

“Salt Lake City—where to go and what to see” Union Pacific and

Oregon Short Line Railroad Companies (1911)

“Nevada Highways and Parks” Nevada Department of Highways (1938)

“Reno—and of Charm” Reno Chamber of Commerce

“Save Three Days for Salt Lake City” Salt Lake City Passenger


“Salt Lake City and Utah—he Center of Scenic America” Chamber

Of Commerce of Salt Lake City (two copies; 1924,1926)

“This is Zion—an Interpretation of a Colorful Landscape in Picture

And Story” by Allen Hagood for Zion Natural History Association


“Bryce Canyon” Bryce Canyon Natural History Association (1972)

“A History of Southern Utah and Its National Parks” by Angus M.

Woodbury (1950)

“Hints to the Husbandman Regarding Opportunities in Utah, Nevada,

And California” Industrial Department of the San Pedro, Los

Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad

“Utah: A Complete and Comprehensive Description” Union Pacific


“Utah: Resources of the State, Population, Industries, Opportunities,

Climate, etc.” Union Pacific Railroad (1905)

“The Mountain Empire Utah” (1904)


“Green Mountains of Southern Vermont—The Place for Rest and

Recreation” Hoosac Tunnel & Wilmington Railroad (1918)

“Summer Homes in Vermont—ottage Sites and Farms for Sale”

Vermont Bureau of Publicity (1920)

“Vermont: A Glimpse of its Scenery and Industries” by Victor I.

Spear for the State Board of Agriculture (1893)

“Vermont Sesquicentennial 1791-1941 Official Souvenir Book”

Citizen’s Sesquicentennial Committee (1941)


“Colonial Virginia” National Park Service

“Mill Mountain Incline—Roanoke, VA” Roanoke Railway and Electric

Company (circa 1912)

“Mount Vernon— handbook” Mount Vernon Ladies Association of the

Union (1948)

“Jefferson Invites You to Charlottesville and Albemarle County, VA”

Chamber of Commerce

“The Story of The Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation” Thomas

Jefferson Memorial Foundation (1926)

“Virginia Beach—otel and Cottage Directory” Virginia Beach Chamber

of Commerce

“Carry me Back to Old Virginia”

“Spend a Glorious Vacation at Virginia Beach—the Finest Beach on the

Atlantic Seaboard” Virginia Beach Chamber of Commerce (st


“The Cavalier—irginia Beach” American Hotels Corporation

“Centennial Exhibition—ount Vernon” Mount Vernon Ladies

Association of the Union (1953)

“The Story of Old Petersburg and Southside Virginia” J.T. Morriss & Son

Inc. (1940)

“The Cradle of the Republic—illiamsburg, Jamestown, Yorktown”

The Chamber of Commerce, Williamsburg

“Norfolk Virginia—the Sunrise City by the Sea” The Industrial

Commission (1912)

“State Historical Markers of Virginia” Virginia Conservation Commission


“The Common Glory—ouvenir Program, Matoaka Lake Theater” the

Jamestown Corporation (1947)

“Colonial Estates in Virginia” W.E. Harris

“Richmond Virginia—ketches and Views, Points of Interest”

M.A. Burgess (1903)

“The Beckoning Land” by E. Alexander Powell

“Richmond Virginia: Yesterday and Today” The City of Richmond and

The Chamber of Commerce (1914)

“Richmond Virginia—ouvenir” Chamber of Commerce and Municipality

Richmond, VA (1910)

“Seeing Richmond” The Gray Line (st 1932)

“The Gateway to the South—ichmond, Virginia” Richmond Chamber of


“The Capitol in Which the General Assembly of the Colony and

Commonwealth of Virginia met from 1704-1779” Colonial


“Historical Williamsburg, Virginia” Williamsburg Drug Company

“Williamsburg Virginia—The Restored Colonial City” The Williamsburg

Restoration (four copies; 1935,1939, 1941 (2))

“Powder Magazine”

“America’s Williamsburg—Why and how the historical Capital of

Virginia, oldest and largest of England’s thirteen American

colonies, has been restored to its Eighteenth Century appearance by

John D. Rockefeller, Jr.” by Gerald Horton Bath for Colonial

Williamsburg, Inc. (1946)

“The Public Gaol” Colonial Williamsburg, Inc.

“Travis House” Colonial Williamsburg, Inc.

“Meredith Jump”

“Tavern at the Brick House”

“Market Square Tavern”

“Joseph Kobelbauer, Cabine-Maker” Colonial Williamsburg, Inc.

“Joseph West—oot & Shoemaker”

“Visit Colonial Williamsburg With Us” Chesapeake and Ohio Railway

Company (1941)

“Bruton Parish Church—A Brief Historical Description” by Rev.

W.H.R. Goodwin (1907)

“The Governor’s Palace” Colonial Williamsburg, Inc. (1934)

“The Raleigh Tavern” Colonial Williamsburg, Inc. (1936)

“The Williamsburg Restoration” Colonial Williamsburg, Inc. (1933)

“The Ports of Virginia” Virginia State Ports Authority (st 1957)

“Official Program of the Yorktown Sesquicentennial Celebration Yorktown

Virginia” Yorktown Sesquicentennial Association (1931)

Washington, D.C.

“Washington—With its Points of Interest Illustrated” The Mercantile

Illustrating Co.

“Washington, D.C. Quick Guide” Guest Informant (1997)

“Metro System Pocket Guide” Metro (1991)

“Guide to Washington” Pennsylvania Railroad (two copies)

“The Washington Standard Guide—A Practical Handbook” (1897)

“Washington Cathedral: The Vision and the Fact” Bishop and Chapter

of Washington Cathedral (1919)

“The Washington Cathedral Mt. St. Alban, Washington D.C.”

Washington Cathedral Offices

“The Washington Monument” Society of American Military Engineers

(two copies 1923)

“The City of Washington” by Arthur W. Balts (1926)

“The National Cathedral Today”


“The Beauties of the State of Washington” by Harry F. Giles for

State Bureau Statistics & Immigration (st 1946)

“Fruit Growing in Eastern Washington” Spokane & Inland Empire

Railroad Company

“The Yakima Valley” Yakima Commercial Club (1912)

“Washington for the Farmer” Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad,

Great Northern Railway and the Northern Pacific Railway (1923)

“Pullman Primer—Pullman Washington” Pullman Chamber of Commerce

“A Farm Home for You” The Inland Empire Development League


“Washington” United States Railroad Administration

“Bellingham—hatcom County Washington” (1904)

“Queen of the Northwest Resorts”

“Walla Walla, Washington” Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company

“Walla Walla and the Walla Walla Valley” The Commercial Club

“Washington—the Land of Opportunity”

“Spokane and the Inland Empire” Northern Pacific

“Visit Tacoma—nited States Military Tournament” Great Northern

Railway (July 1910)

“Spokane—he Power City” Soo Spokane Portland Line

“Great Northern Bulletin—Washington the Evergreen State” Great

Northern Railway (1904)

“Southwest Washington” Tacoma Commercial Club and Chamber of

Commerce (1911)

“By Way of the Canyons” Soo-Spokane Service

“Mt. Rainer, Paradise Valley” Chicago Milwaukee St. Paul and Pacific

“Tacoma—The City With a Snow-Capped Mountain in its Dooryard”

“The Spokane Country” Spokane Chamber of Commerce

“Spokane Valley” Syverson-Kelley Advertising Agency

“Spokane Outdoors”

“Spokane—A Tale of a Modern City” Spokane Chamber of Commerce


“Rainer National Park” Northern Pacific

“The Last West—he Olympic Peninsula of the State of Washington”

Seattle, Port Angeles and Western Railway Company (1915)

“The Olympic Forests for a National Park” by Irving Brant (1938)

“Tacoma and the Tourist”

“Miss Spokane Invites You”

“Forty Journeys about Spokane and the Green Summer Play Ground of

America” Travel Bureau Spokane Chamber of Commerce

“Spokane” Spokane Chamber of Commerce

“Spokane—The Power City”

“What You Will Enjoy in Spokane on your Western Tour” (1915)

“Olympic Peninsula” (st 1935)

“Spokane Greeters Tourist Guide” Hotel Greeters of America (1940)

“Mercantile Trade Conditions in the Spokane Country” The Spokesman-

Review (1922)

“Market Facts and The Spokane Country and the Five Major Markets of

The Pacific Northwest” The Spokesman-Review (two copies, 1927

and 1930)

“Washington” Great Northern Railway (1914)

“Pick a Mountain for your Playground” Great Northern Railway

“Rainer National Park” by Asahel Curtis (1921)

5/- West Virginia 

The New Greenbrier”

“A European Cure in America—hite Sulphur Springs” (1918)

“White Sulphur Springs—Greenbrier County” Allen Advertising Agency

“Historical Album of West Virginia” by Richard Bowe (1962)


“Through Picturesque Wisconsin” The North Western Line

“Out of Doors in Upper Wisconsin” Chicago and North Western Line

“Racine Centennial” City of Racine (1948)

“The Picturesque Wisconsin Dells” (st 1941)

“A Guide to Historic Wisconsin” State Historical Society of Wisconsin

“Wisconsin Resorts” Soo Line (1909)

“The Call of the Open Road” The Milwaukee Journal (1921)

“Wisconsin Scenic and Historic Trails” by Charles L. Emerson (1933)


“Banner Tours to Yellowstone Park” American Express Travel Service


“Wonderful Wyoming—he Interior of the Nation”

“Yellowstone and Colorado” (st 1940)

“Yellowstone Park” Northern Pacific Railway (1955)

“Thorough Wonderland—Yellowstone National Park” Northern Pacific


“Wyoming—rontier for Fun” Wyoming Commerce & Industry


“Astonishing Yellowstone” Northern Pacific (1937)

“Yellowstone Park” Bloom Brothers (1940)

Regions: Northwest

“New North Coast Limited” Northern Pacific (st 1934)

“The Log of the North Coast Limited” Northern Pacific

“Rivers—For 1406 Miles On the Route of the North Coast Limited”

Northern Pacific (st 1934)

“Eastward Through the Storied Northwest” Northern Pacific

“All Aboard for Your Northwest Adventure” Northern Pacific

Railway (two copies; 1955)

“Homeseekers’ Fares to the Great Northwest” Great Northern

Railway (1910)

“The Storied Northwest” Northern Pacific (three copies; 1922 and

st 1934)

“Zone of Plenty” Great Northern Railway

“The Scenic Northwest” Great Northern Railway

“To the Scenic Northwest” Great Northern Railway (two copies)

“Air Conditioned Comfort on the North Coast Limited” Northern


“Scenic Northwest—Great Country this Western Country”

“A Complete Guide to the Summer Resorts of Northern Illinois,

Wisconsin, Northern Michigan, and Minnesota” The

North-Western Railway (1907)

Regions: Pacific

“Wayside Notes Golden State Route” Rock Island, Southern

Pacific (1940)

“Wayside Notes Shasta Route” Southern Pacific Lines (1930)

“How Best to See the Pacific Coast” Southern Pacific (1950)

“How to See the Whole Pacific Coast” Southern Pacific (two

copies; 1934)

“Pacific Coast” Raymond-Whitcomb Tours (1916)

Regions: Pacific Northwest

“Colonist Fares to the Fertile Northwest” Norther Pacific Railway


“To the Northwest Land of Fortune” Northern Pacific Railway (1911)

“Vacation—orthwestern Pacific Redwood Empire Route”

Northwestern Pacific (1937)

“Steelhead Fishing in the Redwood Empire” Northwestern Pacific


“Pacific Coast Resorts” Northern Pacific (1909)

“The Western Gateway to World Trade—The Pacific Northwest”

Chicago Burlington & Quincy Railroad, Northern Pacific

Railway, and Great Northern Railway (1924)

“See the Pacific Northwest and Alaska” Missouri Pacific Lines (two

Copies; 1 st 1933)

“The Summer Playground of America—The Pacific Northwest”

Seattle Chamber of Commerce

“Southwest—he New Industrial Giant” Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad

(two copies; 1 st 1946)

“Eastward Through the Storied Northwest” Northern Pacific Railway

(two copies)

“Outings in the Pacific Northwest” Union Pacific System

“Pacific Northwest and Alaska” Union Pacific Railroad (1947)

“Wonderland” by Olin D. Wheeler for Northern Pacific Railway (1904)

“The Land of Better Farms—the Pacific Northwest” Chicago, Burlington,

& Quincy Railroad; Northern Pacific Railway, Great Northern

Railway (two copies; 1923)

“The Pacific Northwest—regon, Washington, Idaho” Chicago and

North Western Line (three copies; 1914 and 1915)

“Outings in the Pacific Northwest” Union Pacific System

“There is a Happy Land—he Pacific Northwest” Chicago, Burlington,

& Quincy Railroad; Northern Pacific Railway, Great Northern

Railway (two copies; 1923)

“Along the Columbia River to the Sea” Spokane Portland & Seattle


“The Pacific Northwest and Alaska” Union Pacific System(1930)

“Through the American Wonderland—he Pacific Northwest”

Chicago, Burlington, & Quincy Railroad; Northern Pacific

Railway, Great Northern Railway (1924)

“Time Card Puget Sound Navigation Company” Puget Sound Navigation

Company (two copies; 1919)

“Puget Sound Summer Resorts” Puget Sound Navigation Company (two


“Beautiful Puget Sound” Puget Sound Navigation Company (two copies)

“The Beauties of Puget Sound” Puget Sound Navigation Company (two


“Through the American Wonderland—he Pacific Northwest”

Chicago, Burlington, & Quincy Railroad; Northern Pacific

Railway, Great Northern Railway (two copies; 1923)

“Pacific Northwest” Great Northern Railway (two copies; 1949)

“Pacific Northwest and Alaska” Union Pacific Railroad (three copies)

“The Land the Lures—ummer in the Pacific Northwest” Oregon-

Washington Railroad & Navigation Company (three copies;

1911, 1913)

“Pacific Northwest and Alaska” Unites States Railroad Administration

(three copies; 1920)

“The Land of Opportunity Now—The Great Pacific Northwest” Chicago,

Burlington, & Quincy Railroad; Northern Pacific Railway, Great

Northern Railway (1923)

“Through the Fertile Northwest” Northern Pacific

“Power for Supremacy—he Pacific Northwest” Chicago, Burlington, &

Quincy Railroad; Northern Pacific Railway, Great Northern

Railway (1923)

“Treasure Lands of the Pacific Northwest” Chicago, Burlington, & Quincy

Railroad; Northern Pacific Railway, Great Northern Railway (1924)

“The Pacific Northwest—he Worlds Greatest Out of Doors” Pacific

Northwest Tourist Association

Regions: East

“Summerland” Erie Railroad System (1940)

“Land O’Lakes and Mountains” Leigh Valley Railroad (1914)

Regions: Midwest

“Short Jaunts for Busy People—To the Lakes and Summer Resorts in

Illinois and Wisconsin” Chicago North Western Line

Regions: South

“The Country of the Southeast” Southern Railway, Mobile & Ohio

Railroad, Georgia Southern & Florida Railway, Virginia &

Southwestern Railway

“Directory of Attractive Winter Resorts” Queen & Crescent Route (1910)

“From the Window—Scenes Along the Queen & Crescent Route (1911)

“Hunting & Fishing in the South” Southern Railway (two copies; 1903)

“Facts About the South” by Richard H. Edmonds Manufacturers’ Record

Publishing Company (1907)

“Wintertime in Summerland” Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company


“The Gulf Coast—he American Riviera” Louisville & Nashville

Railroad Company (1930)

“About the South—or the information of Home Seekers and Investors”

Illinois Central Railroad Company (1910)

“The South and its Resources” Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company


Regions: Southwest

“Haunts of Primitive Man” by George La Mont Cole

“Indian-detours” Santa Fe/Harveycars (1925)

“Indian-detours—Off the Beaten Path in the Great Southwest”

Santa Fe/Couriercars (two copies; 1937)

“Harveycar Motor Cruises off the Beaten Path in the Great Southwest”

Santa Fe/Harveycars (1929)

“Serving the Southwest” Missouri Kansas-Texas Lines

Regions: West

“Outdoor Life in the Rockies” Denver & Rio Grande Railroad” (1913)

“Scenic Route West” Great Northern Railway

“Western Wonderlands” Union Pacific (four copies; (2) 1931, (2) undated)

“Union Pacific Offers the Best of Everything in the Best of the West”

(two copies; st 1935)

“Panoramic Views along the Denver & Rio Grande” Western Pacific

“Along the Union Pacific Railroad”

“West via the Northern Pacific” Norther Pacific

“Western Vacations” Northern Pacific

Dude/Guest Ranches

“Dude Ranches out West” Union Pacific Railroad (two copies)

“The Dude Book” Mr. Foster Travel Service (1941)

“Dude Ranches—ew Mexico and Arizona” Santa Fe (1933)

“Dude Ranches in Wyoming, Montana, and Colorado” Burlington

Route (st 1948)

“Guest Ranches on Lines of Southern Pacific” Southern Pacific (1933)

“Diamond G Guest Ranch in the Colorado Rockies”

“Texas Dude Ranches Invite You!” Missouri Pacific Lines

“El Rancho Luz Guest Ranch” Artesia Wells, Texas

“Dude Ranch Guide Book to 60 Ranches Quickly Reached by Northwest

Airlines” Northwest Airlines

“Jackson’s Hole Country and Dude Ranching—riangle F. Ranch”

“Ride the Range with Real Cowboys on a Wyoming Dude Ranch”

(st 1936)

“What People Do on a Dude Ranch” Northern Pacific

“Bar FX Ranch” Wickenburg, Arizona (two copies)

“Cañn Trail Ranch” Wyola, Montana (1926)

“Circle Z Ranch” Patagonia, Arizona

“Eaton Brothers Rimrock Ranch” Rimrock, Arizona (1930)

“Faraway Ranch” Chiricahua National Monument, Arizona

“The Flying V Ranch” Tucson, Arizona (two copies)

“Guest Ranches of Southern Arizona” Southern Pacific (1929)

“Hacienda de La Osa” Sasabe, Arizona

“San Gabriel Ranch” Alcalde, New Mexico

“Eaton’s Ranch” Wolf, Wyoming (various)

“HF Bar Ranch” Buffalo, Wyoming (various)

“Valley Ranch” Valley, Wyoming (various)

“Ranch Life in Buffalo Bill Country” Burlington Route

“The AH Ranch” Walcott, Wyoming

“The Van Auken Ranch” Buffalo, Wyoming (various)

“Come to T-A-T Ranch” Johnson County, Wyoming

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