Seein’ The West By Steamliner
One of the finest ways to REALLY SEE “the best of The Scenic West” is on any of the many sleek luxury streamliners crisscrossing from Canada to Mexico. UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COLORPHOTO
Mailed from Ogden, Utah to Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Mullen of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on March 8, 1965:
Dear June & Vince,
Am on my way to Calif to be with my sister Wed. when she will be operated on for a tumor on the gall bladder. Several years ago they operated & she was full of cancer which they removed. Don’t know what will happen this time. She has children ages 3 & 4. Will keep you posted.
Love, Betty Mullen
Open Hearth Restaurant - Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Featuring Charcoal Broiled Steak and Live Maine Lobsters, Prepared To Your Individual Taste and Served in Charmingly Distinctive Surroundings.
Mailed from Athens, Georgia to Mr. J.T. Johnson of Ewing, Kentucky on August 4, 1965:
Dear Dad - We came to Knoxville Sunday on our way to Poultry Science. Went over to Gatlinburg, New Found Gap, and Clingmans Done Sunday afternoon. Ate supper in this restaurant. On to Athens, GA. Monday, Love, Thos. Howe
Walter’s International Wax Museum - 1964-65 New York World’s Fair
The Museum contains more than 30 life-size tableaux based on famous paintings, historical and contemporary figures, mythology, religious events and motion picture and television personalities.
Unisphere - 1964-65 New York World’s Fair
Unisphere showing “Escorters”. These taxis are for hire and hold four persons with driver-guides. The Unisphere is the largest structure in the world fabricated entirely of stainless steel (470 tons were used).
Sinclair Dinoland - 1964-1965 New York World’s Fair
Featuring nine life-life prehistoric monsters that roamed the earth millions of years ago.