Texas Almanac, 1943-1944 Page: 22
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SINCE 1882, the Fort Worth and Denver City Railway has
provided Texans with the fastest, most direct Freight
and Passenger transportation service to and from Colorado
and the great Northwest.
Troop movements to and from training camps . . .
raw supplies for war production centers . . . gasoline and
oil for mechanized equipment . . . food to sustain our fight-
ing forces and lay the foundations for a just peace-these
are today's objectives of Texas Railroads at WAR.
But wars have come and gone . . . so have boom
days . . . so have depressions-and making the best of each
situation is a great American tradition. By saying little and
doing much to overcome the transportation problems of
today, we of the Burlington Lines hope to merit your ap-
proval and confidence as an organization whose sincere wish
is to give friendlier service.
ROBT. L. HOYT Y. E. JUGE
MGeneral Passenger Agent General Freight Agent
FORT WORTH and DENVER CITY RY.
The Wichita Valley Ry.
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Texas Almanac, 1943-1944, book, 1943; Dallas, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth117165/m1/24/: accessed July 27, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Texas State Historical Association.