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Colorful 1932 Santa Fe Lines / Couriercars Western Map
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Santa Fe   Map   Tourist   Tourism   Advertising   Western   Old West   Native American Indian   Railroad   Train   California   Utah   Arizona   Colorado   New Mexico   Texas   Americana   Historic   Nostalgic
The picture shows this Colorful 1932 Santa Fe Lines / Couriercars Western Map. The map is dated and the artwork was by B. C. Broome. This map pictures portions of California, Utah, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Texas. Many detailed Native American Indians and cowboys are pictured on it as well as attractions, locations, and towns. It advertises for Santa Fe Vacations, The Grand Canyon and many Indian Detours. These "Detours" are shown in red on the map and they include: From Santa Fe, N.M., Isleta, Mesa Verde from Gallup, N.M., and Hopi from Winslow, Arizona.

The map has folds as made and measures 21" x 15-1/2". It is in excellent condition with a few scattered ink spots on the back that show up a little on the front.

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Colorful 1932 Santa Fe Lines / Couriercars Western Map

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