Table of contents for All aboard for Santa Fe : railway promotion of the Southwest, 1890s to 1930s / Victoria E. Dye.

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Acknowledgments	000
Introduction	000
1. History of Santa Fe and the Santa Fe Railway System	000
2. How the AT&SF Marketed Santa Fe into the Early 1920s	000
3. The Promotion of Santa Fe by the Harvey Company and the AT&SF into the 1930s	000
4. Promoting Santa Fe the AT&SF Way-Then and Now	000
5. The Town Down the Tracks: Santa Fe's Rival-Albuquerque	000
6. The AT&SF's Lingering Effects on Tourism in Modern Day Santa Fe	000
Appendix A. Brochures by the AT&SF and the Fred Harvey Company	000
Appendix B. Santa Fe Hotel Listings, 1880 to 1940	000
Appendix C. Santa Fe Curio Shop Listings, 1900 to 1940	000
Appendix D. Population, Albuquerque and Santa Fe	000
Appendix E. Albuquerque Curio Listings	000
Appendix F. Albuquerque Hotel Listings	000
Appendix G. Tourism Statistics (Lodgers' Tax Reports)	000
Notes	000
Bibliography	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Railroad travel -- New Mexico -- Santa Fe -- Marketing -- History.
Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad Company -- History.
City promotion -- New Mexico -- Santa Fe -- History.
Tourism -- New Mexico -- Santa Fe -- History.
Santa Fe (N.M.) -- History.