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Santa Fe R.R. locomotive shops, Topeka, Kansas

Derrotero hecho por Antonia Vélez y Escalante, misionero para mejor conocimiento de las misiones, pueblos de indios y presidios que se hallan en el Camino de Monterrey a Santa Fe de Nuebo Mexico.

[Santa Fe route].

Map without title showing the railroad route to Santa Fe and San Diego; the central route through South Pass and on to San Francisco and "Puget's Sound," and connecting railroads east of the Mississippi.

Public meeting. At a large meeting of the citizens of the city of Santa Fe' convened in the Council Chamber on the evening of February 21st, 1864 the following proceedings were held. [Santa Fe. 1864].

Resolutions passed by Post No. 1, Dept. of New Mexico, G. A. R. at a regular meeting held at Santa Fe. N. M., November 13, 1867. [Resolutions regarding the admission into the union of Colorado as a state].

Jesuitism in New Mexico. An answer to Father Finotti by Hon. W. G. Ritch. Santa Fe. N. M. October 30, 1878.

The old San Francisco Church Santa Fe, N.M.

Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1873 / T. H. O'Sullivan, photographer.

Alta (i.e., altar) in the Church of San Miguel, [Santa Fe, New Mexico]

Santa Fe and vicinity. San Miguel Chapel, 300 years old / photographed and published at Santa Fe, N.M. by W. Henry Brown.

Bird's eye view of the city of Santa Fé, N.M. 1882.

Topographical map of Santa Fe County, New Mexico /

Walt Whitman Papers in the Charles E. Feinberg Collection: Miscellany, 1834-1918; Santa Fe tertio-millennial anniversary, 1883 , signed note

Santa Fe, N.M. - east view

[Santa Fe, N.M. - birds-eye view NW from college]

[Santa Fe, N.M. - portrait of "The Palace"]

Fred Harvey eating house and Santa Fe Station, Chanute, Kans.

Santa Fe Eating House, Kingman, Arizona

The Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe railroad system, 1899.

Santa Fe Bridge

New Mallet articulated compound engine on the Santa Fe

Thanksgiving proclamation. Whereas, the time honored custom in all the United States of setting aside a day annually at this season of the year to be observed by the people especially as one of thanksgiving for benefits and mercies shown during

A wonder to the primitive inhabitants - Santa Fe Train crossing Canon Diablo, Arizona

Thanksgiving proclamation ... Whereas the President of the United States has proclaimed Thursday, the 26th day of November, A. D. 1903 as Thanksgiving day. Now, therefore, I, Miguel A. Otero, Governor of the Territory of New Mexico ... do hereby

Memorial day proclamation. Executive office Santa Fe, N. M ... do recommend that upon Saturday, the thirtieth day of May, A. D. 1903 the people of the territory refrain from all unnecessary labor, and all public amusements, and join with the Gra

[Santa Fe Railroad Station, Albuquerque, New Mexico]

Proclamation for New Mexico day at the World's fair at St. Louis, Missouri ... Whereas, in conformity with a request from the management of the exposition a day was named for "New Mexico Day" by a former proclamation, but later it was found nece

Proclamation for New Mexico Day at the World's fair at St. Louis, Missouri ... do hereby designate Monday, the seventeenth day of October A. D. 1904 as New Mexico day at St. Louis ... [Santa Fe. 1904].

Memorial proclamation. Whereas, it has been learned by the Executive that Hon. William G. Ritch has departed this life at his late home in this Territory, and that his remains are to be brought to the Capital for interment .... I Miguel A. Otero

Thanksgiving proclamation. Whereas, the year now drawing to a close has brought to the people of this Territory many blessings and much happiness; and Whereas, the President of the United States has designated and set apart by proclamation Thurs

All aboard for the Limited

[Santa Fe [railroad] depot, San Angelo, Texas]

U.S. Reports: Hurley v. the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry., 213 U.S. 126 (1909)

Carrying wood to market in Santa Fe, N.M.

Santa Fe Trail, Kansas City, Mo.

Interior of oldest church in United States, Santa Fe, N.M.

The Santa Fe elevator, head of the canal, Chicago, Ill..

Santa Fe Lease

[William Jennings Bryan, 1860-1925, three-quarter length portrait, standing, holding hat, speaking to crowd at the Santa Fe Fair, facing front]

"On the Old Santa Fe Trail, 1822-1879"; dedication of Kit Carson Park & unveiling of the Kit Carson Statue, Trinidad, Colo., June 1, '13

Panoram of Santa Fe, N. Mex.

Cliff dwellings near Santa Fe, N. Mex

Drilling crew connecting rotary drill pipe preparing to deepen oil well, Santa Fe Springs, Calif.

Beatrice Tyler, hiked from Santa Fe, N.M., 2600 miles, 11626

[Camden, Missouri. Looking east on the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad where it crosses over the Wabash Railroad tracks]

The market for the shares of United Corp., Atchison, Top. and Santa Fe Rwy. Co., Loew's Inc., and Celanese Corp.

John Paulinski, car inspector, blue flagging a train for inspection, at Corwith yard, Santa Fe RR trip, Chicago, Ill.

Grain elevators along the route of the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad, Amarillo, Texas. Santa Fe trip

Growers bringing in their crop to a co-op orange packing plant, Redlands, Calif. Santa Fe R.R. trip

Santa Fe R.R. line leaving Cadiz, Calif. This town is a junction point with a branch going to Phoenix, Ariz.

Washing one of the Santa Fe R.R. 54 hundred horse power diesel freight locomotives in the roundhouse, Argentine, Kansas. Argentine yard is at Kansas City, Kansas

Grain elevators near Amarillo, Texas; Santa Fe trip

Operating a machine for putting tops on crates at a co-op orange packing plant, Redlands, Calif. Santa Fe R.R. trip

Loading oranges into a refrigerator car at a co-op orange packing plant, Redlands, Calif. Santa Fe R.R. trip

Santa Fe R.R. yards, Argentine, Kansas. Argentine yard is at Kansas City, Kansas

Santa Fe RR freight train about to leave for the West Coast from Corwith yard, Chicago, Ill., Santa Fe R.R. trip

Co-op orange packing plant, Redlands, Calif. Workman is doing the preliminary sorting, picking out the discards. Santa Fe trip

East bound track of the Santa Fe R.R. across desert country near South Chaves, New Mexico

A east bound Union Pacific railroad freight train waiting in a siding, Alray, Calif. Coming up through Cajon Pass. The Santa Fe tracks are used by the Union Pacific as far east as Daggett, Calif. Santa Fe R.R. trip

Santa Fe R.R. going through Yucca, Arizona; a watering and refueling stop

Retiring a locomotive driver wheel, Shopton, Iowa. The tire is heated by means of gas until it can be slipped over the wheel. Contraction on cooling will hold it firmly in place. Santa Fe R.R.

Santa Fe R.R. yards and shops, Argentine, Kansas. Argentine yard is at Kansas City, Kansas

Santa Fe R.R. streamliner, the "super Chief," being serviced at the depot, Albuquerque, N.M. Servicing of these diesel streamliners takes five minutes. Santa Fe R.R. trip

Landscape along the Santa Fe R.R., Willard, N[ew] Mex[ico]

Switch lights in Santa Fe R.R. yards, Los Angeles, Calif. Due to blackout regulations all such lights are hooded. Santa Fe R.R. trip

Grading oranges at a co-op orange packing plant, Redlands, Calif. Santa Fe trip

Santa Fe R.R. crosses the Colorado River into California between Topock, Arizona and Beal, California

Washing oranges at an orange packing co-op, Redlands, Calif. Santa Fe R.R. trip

The giant 10 million bushel grain elevator of the Santa Fe R.R., Kansas

Santa Fe R.R. crosses the Colorado River into California between Topock, Arizona and Beal, California

The Santa Fe R.R. crosses the Southern Pacific R.R. at Vaughn, N[ew] Mexi[ico]. A Southern Pacific RR freight passing Vaughn

West bound Santa Fe R.R. freight train waiting in a siding to meet an east bound train, Ricardo, New Mexico

Retiring a locomotive driver wheel in the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe railway locomotive shops, Shopton, near Fort Madison, Iowa. The tire is heated by means of gas until it can be slipped over the wheel. Contraction on cooling will hold it firmly in place. Santa Fe R.R.

Farm land in Texas panhandle near Amarillo, Texas. Santa Fe R.R. trip

At the Santa Fe R.R. tie plant, Albuquerque, New Mexico. The ties made of pine and fir, are seasoned for eight months. The steaming black ties in the center have just come from the retort where they have been impregnated with creosote for eight hours. This plant has a capacity of 100,000 ties per month; is currently producing 80,000

Flagman standing at a distance behind a Santa Fe R.R. west bound freight train during a stop, Bagdad, Calif.

Switch lights in Santa Fe R.R. yards, Los Angeles, Calif. Due to blackout regulations all such lights are hooded. Santa Fe R.R. trip

Mojave Desert country, crossed by Santa Fe R.R., Cadiz, Calif.

Working with a small steam drop hammer at the blacksmith shop in the Santa Fe R.R. shops, Topeka, Kansas

Santa Fe R.R. freight train about to leave for the West Coast from Corwith yard, Chicago, Ill.

Passing a section house along the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe railroad, Encino vicinity, New Mexico

Retiring a locomotive driver wheel in the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe railway locomotive shops, Shopton, near Fort Madison, Iowa. The tire is heated by means of gas until it can be slipped over the wheel. Contraction on cooling will hold it firmly in place. Santa Fe R.R

Santa Fe R.R. yards and shops, Argentine, Kansas. Argentine yard is at Kansas City, Kansas

The giant 10 million bushel grain elevator of the Santa Fe R.R., Kansas

Indian houses and farms on the Laguna Indian reservation, Laguna N[ew] Mex[ico]. In the background is Mount Taylor. The Santa Fe R.R. crosses the reservation

Santa Fe R.R. freight train rounding a curve between Ash Fork and Gleed, Arizona

The giant Santa Fe R.R. 10 million bushel grain elevator, Kansas

At the Santa Fe R.R. tie plant, Albuquerque, N[ew] Mex[ico]. The ties made of pine and fir, are seasoned for eight months. The steaming black ties in the center have just come from the retort where they have been impregnated with creosote for eight hours. This plant has a capacity of 100,000 ties per month; is currently producing 80,000

Santa Fe R.R. line leaving Cadiz, Calif. This town is a junction point with a branch going to Phoenix, Ariz

General view of the city and the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad, Amarillo, Texas. Santa Fe R.R. trip

Santa Fe R.R. trains going through Cajon Pass in the San Bernardino Mountains, Cajon, Calif. On the right, streamliner "Chief" going west; in the background, on the left, a freight train with a helper engine, going east. Santa Fe trip

Santa Fe R.R. train stopping for coal and water, Laguna, N[ew] Mex[ico]

General view of the city and the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad, Amarillo, Texas. Santa Fe R.R. trip

Drying oranges at a co-op orange packing plant, Redlands, Calif. Santa Fe R.R. trip

Servicing engines at coal and sand chutes at Argentine yard, Santa Fe R.R., Kansas City, Kansas

Santa Fe R.R. trains going through Cajon Pass in the San Bernardino Mountains, Cajon, Calif. On the right, streamliner "Chief" going west; in the background, on the left, a freight train with a helper engine, going east. Santa Fe trip

Activity in the Santa Fe R.R. yard, Los Angeles, Calif. All switch lights, head lights and lamps have been shaded from above in accordance with blackout regulations. The heavy light streaks are caused by paths of locomotive headlights and the thin lines by lamps of switchmen working in the yard. Santa Fe R.R. trip

Santa Fe R.R. near Melrose, New Mexico

Santa Fe R.R. west bound freight stopping for water, Melrose, N[ew] Mex[ico]