Photograph of an old-style map of the Southern Pacific Lines routes of travel across the United States, [s.d.]. Images of natural features and buildings can be seen next to certain cities on the map, while vignettes border the map and show images of horses, ships, trains, donkeys, buildings, conquistadors, covered wagons, and President Lincoln. Photonegative sleeve reads, "S.P. Lord Thomas J. Logan. Printed".; Map reads [part 1 of 2]: "Sunset Route. Follow footsteps of the Spanish conquistadors and heroic padres. Old Spain still lives along the way. -- Overland Route. Line of first transcontinental railroad, following the path of the covered wagon and pony express. -- Southern Pacific Lines follow the trails blazed by the pioneers. The pioneers chose the best natural routes. These routes today offer not only great natural geographic advantages for the flow of travel and commerce but also inspiring traditions, glorious scenery and the finest of modern railway service. Only Southern Pacific offers choice of four great routes for transcontinental travel: Sunset Route: By sea, New York to New Orleans, thence by rail to San Francisco. Golden State Route: The direct line between the Middle West and Southern California. Overland Route: Shortest route across the center of the country, Chicago - San Francisco. Shasta Route: Between Pacific Northwest and California for travelers over northern lines. -- Golden State Route. Along the first trails trampled through the Long Horn country of the great Southwest. -- Shasta Route. General Fremont rode this way. Later the route of first Portland - San Francisco stage line."; Map reads [part 2 of 2]: "1862: President Lincoln signs Pacific Railroad Act -- 1863: First rails come 'round the horn' -- 1863: 'Gov. Stanford', first locomotive, has trial trip -- 1869: Golden Spike driven at Promontory, Utah -- 1876: San Francisco to Los Angeles over Tehachapi -- 1883: Sunset Route service reaches New Orleans -- 1885: New York - New Orleans Steamship Line acquired -- 1887: Shasta Route is opened, Portland - San Francisco -- 1901: Coast Line is completed, Los Angeles - San Francisco -- 1924: E.P. & S.W. becomes part of Southern Pacific -- 1927: Thru service to Mexico City along West Coast -- Today: Southern Pacific still building and serving -- This map, done in the old style, indicates Southern Pacific's four great routes to the Pacific Coast. Following the trails of the pioneers, they are the best natural routes to the land of scenery and romance."