News & Views Of The San Francisco Traffic Club

By: San Francisco Traffic Club

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B&W Illustrations; This is a trade sized booklet with self covers and a stapled spine. The booklet is in Very Good- condition and was issued without a dust jacket. The booklet and its contents are in generally clean, bright condition. There is a vertical fold to the entire booklet (probably folded to fit into a coat pocket. There is a previous owner's red penciled name on the front top corner and the last text page has inked map directions. "In 1935, due to the fact that traffic clubs had been organized in many communities along the Pacific Coast and because the membership of the Association had become localized to a large extent, our name was changed to Pacific Traffic Club of San Francisco. Three years later, the Association was formally incorporated under the laws of California. Many traffic clubs throughout the country have copied the Association's educational program laid down by the founders. The Association sponsored traffic courses with members of the Association as instructors and awarded scholarships to qualified applicants. On January 1, 1988, our name was changed to the Pacific Transportation Association. The word Transportation better depicts the roster of prominent companies and persons from the Bay Area who utilize ocean, air, rail, and truck transportation. The mission of the Association continues to be to promote understanding and cooperation between shippers, carriers, and the communities we serve. We also strive to maintain efficient and economical commercial transportation systems to serve the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond."

Title: News & Views Of The San Francisco Traffic Club

Author Name: San Francisco Traffic Club

Categories: Railroading,

Publisher: San Francisco, CA, San Francisco Traffic Club: 1967

Binding: Booklet

Book Condition: Very Good-

Seller ID: A35766

Keywords: Railroading San Francisco Traffic Club Southern Pacific Lines Californiana San Francisco, CA Ephemera Railroading,