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1928 SANTA FE RAILROAD FRED HARVEY, THE NAVAJO TRAIN
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1928 SANTA FE RAILROAD FRED HARVEY, THE NAVAJO TRAIN

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Sold Date: 03/11/2007
Channel: Online Auction
Source: eBay



1928 Booklet: THE NAVAJO. [This 32 page booklet measures 4" x 8" when closed. It promotes the Santa Fe Railroad train, The Navajo which ran from Chicago to Los Angeles. Packed with photos, including several depots and several Harvey Houses. One photo, shown, shows HarveyCars on the Indian-detour, stopped at Pecos Mission. Another shows a Fred Harvey Lunch Room, another shows a Fred Harvey restaurant. Condition is very good with slight soiling; minor edge and corner wear; and light creases on the front cover. No tears, holes, bad stains. Note: the scan makes it appear as if t is a slight pattern, called a moire effect, on the photos, but t is not. This is caused sometimes when I scan printed images. ] NO RESERVE. YOU WILL RECEIVE AN EBAY INVOICE SOON AFTER THE AUCTION'S END. Buyer pays $2.00 S&H, U.S. shipping only. For purchasers outside the United States, contact me to arrange payment and shipping. PAYPAL, Money Order, or Check OK, but allow 9 banking days for check to clear. I WOULD PREFER YOU NOT USE PAYPAL FOR TRANSACTIONS UNDER A TOTAL OF $5.00. With PAYPAL or Money Order, item is sent immediately. I ship items in very sturdy envelopes, specially designed for mailing photos, but am not responsible for loss or damage after the item is mailed. For U.S.A. customers: if you would like to insure this item, it will be $1.35 up to $50.00 value. USPS MUST insure items with total value over $50.00 value at buyer's expense. Money refunded (minus postage or shipping costs) within 10 days of receipt of payment if you are not completely satisfied with the item. If the term "ca. "appears in the title or description, it means "circa" or "about"; my best estimate of when the item was printed or manufactured. Not a guaranteed date. I always welcome suggestions regarding how I could improve my auctions.
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