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Train attendant assisting customers at Jackson, Mississippi, 2016.

Color digital image showing a train attendant boarding customers on the City of New Orleans (New Orleans-Chicago); image dates to March 7, 2016.

Sleeping car attendant making up beds, 2016.

Color digital image showing a sleeping car attendant making up beds on the City of New Orleans (New Orleans-Chicago); image dates to March 7, 2016.

City of New Orleans poster, 2000s.

Full color printed paper poster highlighting the route of the City of New Orleans (Chicago-New Orleans); work was released in the 2000s.

City of New Orleans poster, 1980s.

Full color printed paper poster advertising the City of New Orleans (New Orleans-Memphis-Chicago); dates to the early 1980s.

The City of New Orleans gains Superliner equipment, 1994.

Multi-color printed paper brochure to promote the introduction of bi-level Superliner equipment on the City of New Orleans (Chicago-New Orleans) in 1994. From the Ann Owens Collection. Prior to the arrival of the Superliner cars, the train used a mix of Amfleet and Heritage units. "Amtrak's Superliners are restaurants, movie theaters, social centers and so much more."

City of New Orleans route guide.

Multicolor printed paper route guide issued in the 1990s for the daily City of New Orleans (Chicago-New Orleans). Guide offers brief descriptions of cities and towns along the route, as well as a map and photo tips. From the Ann Owens Collection.

City of New Orleans, 1971.

The City of New Orleans, in its original Illinois Central paint scheme, arriving in Carbondale, Ill., May 1, 1971.