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“All Aboard for Santa Fe stands out from other AT&SF histories because it so thoroughly investigates how the railway promoted Santa Fe from the late 1800s to the beginning of WWII.” — True West “Dye describes the methods and techniques used by the railroad in the years prior to World War II by examining the many brochures, magazines, and advertisements directed at the tourist trade....[Dye] shows one aspect of railroad history that has often been neglected but which had a significant effect.” — National Railway Bulletin “Dye’s slender study is...a nicely illustrated and clearly written look at the evolution of a sleepy, remote village to sophisticated center for the arts, fine dining, golf, and skiing.” — Santa Fe New Mexican “The book...includes much information about the Fred Harvey Company and looks at such topics as health seekers, Indian attractions , artists and art colonies, resorts and hotels, and the many offerings of Santa Fe....This is an important study of the stimulation and growth of tourism in the region.” — Wagon Tracks Victoria E. Dye is a Southwest historian who formerly worked in New Mexico’s tourism industry. I Cover illustration courtesy of the Kansas State Historical Society, MSS RR Box No. 883, Folder 11, with permission from The Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway Company. History / New Mexico / Transportation ËxHSKIMGy336583zv*:+:!:+:! ISBN-13: 978-0-8263-3658-3 ISBN-10: 0-8263-3658-2 University of New Mexico Press 800-249-7737 Cover design by Damien Shay All Aboard for Santa Fe ...


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