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Amtrak Update, February 19, 1973.

Amtrak Update. Vol. 2, No. 4 (February 19, 1973): 8. Print. Includes black and white photographs.

Amtrak Update was a newsletter published for Amtrak employees. Feature articles in this issue focus on the inaugural Inter-American (Ft. Worth-Laredo); Amtrak's first television commercials; and the effects of a Penn Central strike on Amtrak.

From the Ed Von Nordeck Collection.

Amtrak Update, February 5, 1973.

Amtrak Update. Vol. 2, No. 3 (February 5, 1973): 6. Print. Includes black and white photographs.

Amtrak Update was a newsletter published for Amtrak employees. Feature articles in this issue focus on the launch of the Inter-American (Ft. Worth-Laredo); introduction of the famed "Amtrak...Takes You Clear Across America" poster series by illustrator David Klein; and opening of a new reservations office in Jacksonville, Fla.

From the Ed Von Nordeck Collection.

Inter-American brochure, 1974.

Two-color printed paper brochure issued in March, 1974, for the tri-weekly Inter-American (St. Louis-Laredo). Brochure includes schedule, sample fares and information about the bus transfer to Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, for the connection to National Railways of Mexico's Aztec Eagle (Nuevo Laredo-Mexico City). The Inter-American ran from 1973-1981; subsequently, part of its route was served by the new Eagle (Chicago-San Antonio-(Los Angeles)). From the W. Mike Weber Collection.