Uniforms and Equipment
Vintage Railroad Calendars
During the late 1800s, as the final railroad tracks were laid, connecting the East and West coasts of the United States, printers mastered the art of color lithography. Railway executives, who understood the value of printed timetables, saw a tremendous opportunity in advertising calendars, too. Before TV and radio, paper advertising was king. But unlike a newspaper or magazine ad, which was thrown away after the publication had been read, a...