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Cotton Belt Route pocket diary for 1940
Cotton Belt was a series of short railway routes in Missouri and Texas
from 1891-1992
Orange cloth-covered pocket diary for the year 1940
The weekly pages have ads promoting the railway
For example "Railway refrigerator cars are as necessary to the nation
as the ice box for the home."
The diary contains a terrific little map of the Cotton Belt route.
It was used as an address book and has some interesting notations.
original price sticker on back cover
4" x 2.75"

Also included are two little bank books showing deposits in 1934 and 1941.
One is from the Fourth National Bank in Wichita Kansas
the other is from the First National Bank & Trust Company of Oklahoma City
2.5" x 4"

No rips or tears, otherwise usual vintage condition - bindings secure.

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Vintage Railroad Pocket Diary Cotton Belt Route Map Bank Books Wichita Kansas Oklahoma City


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