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Lucius Beebe

Articles by this Author

Quiet Days In Bodie, June 1972 | Vol. 23, No. 4
To a culinary wilderness Fred Harvey brought civilized cooking—and pretty girls to serve it.
Its diners were sumptuous, its sleepers luxurious, its lounges a rendezvous for the nation’s notables. And it even made a regular gambling stop at Reno
Mansions On Rails, August 1959 | Vol. 10, No. 5
Private Pullmans Were Once the Hallmark of Affluence and Social Success
The official painting is full of dignity and decorum lamentably absent in the actual photograph.
For decades the private railroad car was the great symbol of wealth. Here is what it looked like in its heyday.