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    [Timetable for Tacoma, Enumclaw and Everett divisions]
    Creation Date: 1923
    Catalog ID: 2014.73.14
    Call Number: EPH/388.3231/P219t/1923
    Card (10x6.5 cm.) issued by the Park Auto Transportation Co. containing bus timetables for Park Auto Transportation Co., serving Seattle, Tacoma, Enumclaw and Everett. Includes illustration of bus. Dated 1923. Title assigned by cataloger. Ephemera.
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    "Seattle - Tacoma Street and Vicinity Maps"
    Creation Date: ca. 1949
    Catalog ID: 2012.0.32
    Call Number: MAPC/WW/PS/1949
    Road and Street map, Puget Sound Region, Western Washington, with focus on Seattle and Tacoma, published by the H. M. Gousha Company and prepared for the Standard Oil of California and Chevron service stations, undated, ca. 1949 (1947-1950, published prior to the opening of the second Tacoma Narrows Bridge in 1950). Includes detailed street maps of Seattle, Tacoma, and the south Puget Sound Region (between Seattle and Tacoma and Bremerton, Fox, McNeil, and Vashon and Maury Island, King and Pierce Counties and eastern portion of Kitsap County. Additional insert map titled: "Seeing Seattle" shows recommended scenic automobile trips for tourists and includes information pertaining to basic traffic rules. Street names, parks, lakes, rivers, golf courses, colleges, hospitals, ferry routes, airports, military bases and forts are identified on the map. Front of folded map features color image of sailboats and advertisements for Chevron Supreme Gasoline and RPM Motor Oil.