Will Cuppy in The San Francisco Examiner, California, September 29, 1934
San Francisco, US
Reticulated giraffes await visitors during the San Francisco Zoo & Gardens reopening, after a near four-month closure
Photograph: John G Mabanglo/EPA
Leola King and her mother in her Scott Street mansion. During the 1950s, and before the city took her properties by eminent domain, King, a club owner, was one of the wealthiest women in San Francisco.
Passengers in the lounge car on Amtrak 5, the California Zephyr, enjoy the view of Gore Canyon. Rocks are a problem and Rio Grande protects the tracks with slide detectors, including overhead. Jan 1990.
Club owner Wesley Johnson Sr. (left) with T-Bone Walker and an unidentified woman at the Texas Playhouse, late 1950s
'Appekunny Mountain' in Daylight Colors by James Belmont Via Flickr: Rio Grande GP40-2 No. 3110 leads Amtrak's California Zephyr train No. 6 through Spanish Fork Canyon at Mill Fork, Utah on August 2, 1987. On the rear of the train is Southern Pacific Daylight painted 'Appekunny Mountain', a 3 roomette-observation-lounge car, built by ACF in 1951 for service on Great Northern Railway's Empire Builder.