Publication: Privately printed, 1964, NP
10" x 6 1/2" in cream-colored cover with small emblem in center showing oranges in a gold circle. 4 panels. Rear panel is blank. The Golden State was a named passenger train between Chicago and Los Angeles from 1902–1968. The Golden State had the same declining passenger revenues as other trains in the 1950s and 1960s, although service was not downgraded severely as on other trains. A sleeping car and grill/lounge or dining car was always included. Offers 4 different dinner choices and also an A La Carte Menu. Cover panels lightly soiled and with light bumping to one corner. Very good. A hard-to-find item.
Inventory Number: 40031