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an Indian Head complete with War Bonnet is used to represent the Santa Fe railway in parades. San Bernardino, California, unknown date

Creator: Bradley, R. Collins

Date: [Undated]

Level of Description: Item

Material Type: Photograph

Call Number: ATSF Image 787 (Series 1 #4-199)

Unit ID: 60771

Summary: Built in San Bernardino shops, this replica of an Indian Head complete with War Bonnet is used to represent the Santa Fe railway in parades. It is the lead unit of a two part float, the other being a platform on which Indian Dancers perform.

Space Required/Quantity: 25..0 X 20.5 : black & white print

Title (Main title): an Indian Head complete with War Bonnet is used to represent the Santa Fe railway in parades. San Bernardino, California, unknown date

Part of: Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company records. Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Corporate Photo Collection. Series 1: Subject files. Equipment.

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    San Bernardino (Calif.)
    Railroad companies
    Railroads -- California -- San Bernardino

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