Railway Progress 1952 June Golden Spike

Railway Progress 1952 June Golden Spike

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Railway Progress 1952 June Golden Spike
 
Railway Progress 1952 June
Contents:
The Golden Spike "D-O-N-E" These four letters, flashed across the nation on May 10 1869, symbolized the beginning of a new era. East and West were linked by rail. --   THE GRIFFIN PLAN IS SPREADING; Modern Technology: LIFE SAVER FOR THE RAILROADS;  Cow Country: WHERE RAILROADERS WEAR TEN GALLON HATS.  HEALTH IS THEIR BUSINESS, TOO -- On 17 major systems across the country, railroad hospitals are waging constant warfare on disease and illnesses that strike down employees.  Federation Activities:  SPREADING THE WORD. -- SKYSCRAPERS CITY KIDS NEVER SEE, Most of America's younger people are raised far from the realm of lofty peaks. This girl is looking at an alpine valley in the Rockies.  Employee Award -- You'll Enjoy His Brand of Hospitality.
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