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  • Bob Anderson
    Here are some volumes about the Fred Harvey Company and the Santa Fe railroad from my collection. To order, go to the last line of this e-mail, click on the
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      Here are some volumes about the Fred Harvey Company and the Santa Fe railroad

      from my collection.

      To order, go to the last line of this e-mail, click on the URL, put in the author and title.

      Thanks for looking.

      1. Bullock Dale. The Most Interesting 100 Square Miles In America and Its Impact On Santa Fe La Gaceta El Boletin del Corral de Santa Fe Westerners. Santa Fe, New Mexico: El Corral de Santa Fe Westerners , 1981. First Edition. 22 pages, 6 X 9 inches. A personal remembrance of the Harvey Company Indian Detours operating from Santa Fe complete with a list of couriers and office personnel and a list of drivers. Near Fine . Staplebound Wraps.
      Volume VII, Number 1 (#4006) $20.00

      2. Crook Elizabeth. The Night Journal A Novel. New York: Viking, 2006. First Edition. ISBN: 0-670-03477-0. 454 pages, 6 1/2 X 9 1/2 inches. Harvey Girl, Montezuma Hotel, railroad engineer, The American Southwest and a mystery.
      Near Fine in Near Fine Dustjacket. Hardcover. (#108) $25.00

      3. Duke Donald. Santa Fe ... The Railroad Gateway to the American West Volume Two Passenger and Freight Service, the Fred Harvey system, Steam and Diesel Locomotives, Signals, Communications, and the Santa Fe emblem. San Marino, Ca: Golden West Books, April 2004. Stated 2nd printing. ISBN: 0-87095-110-6. 249 pages, 9 X 11 1/2 inches. Near Fine in Near Fine Dustjacket. Hardcover. (#126) $95.00

      4. Foster George H. and Peter C. Weiglin. The Harvey House Cookbook Memories of Dining along the Santa Fe Railroad. Atlanta, Ga: Longstreet Press, 1992. Stated First Printing. ISBN: 1-56352-033-8. 193 pages, 7 1/4 X 9 1/4 inches. Near Fine in Near Fine Dustjacket. Hardcover. (#3921) $50.00

      5. Grattan Virginia L. Mary Colter Builder upon the Red Earth. Grand Canyon, Az: Grand Canyon Natural History Association, 1992. First Thus. ISBN: 0-938216-45-7. "This is the biography of an extraordinary woman. It will appeal to a variety of readers : those interested in the history of the Grand Canyon buildings, the Fred Harvey Company, and the Santa Fe Railway, as well as those with an interest in architecture, interior design, Native American art and women of accomplishment." Very Good. Paperback. (#3686) $18.00

      6. Howard Kathleen and Diana F. Pardue. Inventing the Southwest The Fred Harvey Company and Native American Art. Flagstaff, Az: Northland Press, 1996. Stated First Edition. ISBN: 0-87358-649-2. 150 pages, 9 3/4 X 8 3/4 inches oblong. Foreword by Martin Sullivan. Near Fine. Paperback. (#155) $65.00

      7. Lynn Sandra D. Windows on the Past Historic Lodgings of New Mexico. Albuquerque, New Mexico: University of New Mexico Press, 1999. Stated First Edition. ISBN: 0-8263-2000-7. 209 pages, 7 X 10 inches. Includes the following Fred Harvey hotels : Alvarado, La Fonda, Castaneda. As New. Paperback. (#1858) $15.00

      8. Poling-Kempes Lesley. The Harvey Girls Women Who Opened the West. New York: Paragon House, 1989. Stated First Edition. ISBN: 1-55778-064-1. 252 pages, 6 1/2 X 9 1/4 inches. Signed on the title page at the Belen Harvey House. Laid in "Salsa!" A monthly supplement to the Rio Grande Sun from Espanola, New Mexico which includes a front page interview by Pat Tsoodle entitled, "Of Writing, Women & the West". This supplement tells the story of Poling-Kempes writing "The Harvey Girls." Near Fine in Near Fine Dustjacket. Hardcover. (#196) $45.00

      9. Rhodes Jack. Intercity Bus Lines of the Southwest A Photographic History. College Station, Tx : Texas A&M University Press, 1988. First Edition. ISBN: 0-89096-374-6. 158 pages, 6 1/4 X 9 1/4 inches. Eight pages on Harveycars in New Mexico and how that enterprise never turned a profit. Near Fine in Near Fine Dustjacket. Hardcover. (#3217) $25.00

      10. Smith Frank. Where the Trains Meet. El Paso, TX : El Paso Historical Railroad Board, 1982. First Edition. 10 pages, 5 1/2 X 8 1/4 inches. History of the El Paso Union Station including The Harvey House restaurant. Near Fine. Pamphlet. (#230) $20.00

      11. Weigle Marta and Barbara A. Babcock ,editors. The Great Southwest of the Fred Harvey Company and the Santa Fe Railway. Phoenix, Az : Heard Museum, 1996. First Edition. ISBN: 0-934351-49-X. 254 pages, 9 X 12 inches. Near Fine. Paperback. (#258) $75.00

      Montanita Publishing

      Shipping 1st Book $5
      each additional $2

      Bob Anderson
      Montanita Publishing
      New Mexicana & Santa Fe Railroad Books

      POBox 1054
      Los Lunas, NM 87031-1054


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