Editor's Notebook

Saturday evening I was looking at a Jan. 18, 1934, issue of the Lawrence Locomotive, I was surprised to read a story the Locomotive editor had written about a good luck piece that appears to have been identical to the one lost in one of my desk drawers. Naturally, I wondered what had become of that lucky piece. Does a member of the editor's family still have it or was it tossed out in a cleaning spree?

The story said the Union Pacific Railroad had one million of the pieces made to mark the introduction of the railroad's streamliner passenger service. The pieces were said to be made of the same...


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