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|All Authors / Contributors:||Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company.; St. Joseph & Grand Island Railway.; Missouri Pacific Railroad Company.; Chicago Great Western Railroad Company.; Chicago, Rock Island, and Pacific Railway Company.|
"This is a report on the desirability of acquiring the Union Terminal Railway, at St. Joseph, Missouri, and is made by a representative committee of Engineering and Operating Officers, appointed for the purpose by Presidents Baldwin of the Missouri Pacific, Felton of the Chicago Great Western, and Gray of the Union Pacific (St. Joseph and Grand Island)--and Vice Presidents Fritch of the Rock Island and Wells of the Santa Fe."
"Chicago, September 15, 1924."
|Description:||54 leaves,  leaves of plates : illustrations, maps (some color, some folded) ; 29 cm|
|Responsibility:||prepared by a special committee of engineering and operating officers from the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. [and others].|