Title: Business card, W. R. Friend, Q. & C. Route, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Lookout Division
Catalog Number: 2017.038.0001
Date (Years): 1881-1890,1891-1900
Business card for W. R. Friend, Q. & C. Route (Queen and Crescent Route), Chattanooga, Tenn. A conductor’s business card, there is an etching of two people standing near the edge of Point Lookout on Lookout Mountain and the valley and Tennessee River. “Lookout Division” is written across it and at the base is a round seal for the Order of Railway Conductors, Div. 148. The four edges of the card have three half-moon cutouts and a silver leaf die-cut edge. At base of etching is “Bradt Eng”(raving)
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