Souvenir List of Members of Party, Raymond and Whitcomb's Tours, For a Trip to California. Leaving Boston, New york and Philadelphia, Tuesday, January 30, 1906. Excursion to the Pacific Coast via the Sante Fe Route. Through Pullman Vestibuled Cars to Los Angeles without change. Special train with dining car and observation car.
Names in this online transcription include Adriance, Bailey, Bancroft, Barrett, Bartlett, Blais, Boit, Carlisle, Cary, Clark, Coles, Cook, Cooke, Crownson, Dale, Darling, Dunn, Emery, Gay, Gove, Gregory, Gridley, Hall, Harvey, Harwood, Head, Hixon, Hodges, Holt, Ingmire, Jordan, Keene, Kenworthy, Kingsbury, Knapp, LaFrance, Litch, Lockwood, Lyman, Manning, May, Meigs, Moore, Mowbray, Narwood, Perry, Pixley, Quackenboss, Raymond, Seachrest, Seguin, Shattuck, Smith, Snow, Starr, Stearns, Titus, Webster, Weir, Wheeler, White, Wilkert, Williams.
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