McCutcheon, John T.
Title DOING THE GRAND CANYON
Edition First Edition
Publisher Kansas City, MO Fred Harvey 1922
Seller ID 7108
This is a small, softcover book published by Fred Harvey in 1922. This is the orginal book. Not a reprint. This book has an art paper cover with a title, author name, and the Fred Harvey name. The book is light commentary about the tourists at the Canyon. There are 08 black and white cartoons - full page. Fred Harvey is the founder of the first restaurant chain - the history goes back to 1875. Harvey worked with the Santa Fe Railway to establish eating places along the railroad routes. He is famous for the food and expanded to promotion of art by and about Native Americans. He is famous because of the uniforms that the waitresses wore. The waitresses became known as the Harvey Girls. John McCutcheon was the political cartoonist for newspapers. He won the Pulitzer Prize for cartoons in 1932. This book is in fine condition. Tight, bright, crisp, clean. There are no marks, no writing, no wear, no soil. Gift condition. ; 8vo
Cartoons Fred Harvey Santa Fe Railway Grand Canyon