Over the Edge: Fred Harvey at the Grand Canyon and in the Great Southwest
The Cold .45 revolver may have "Won the West," but Fred Harvey and the Santa Fe Railway civilized it. In the late nineteenth century, the Santa Fe opened up a strange, spectacular new territory to travelers. Harvey followed, establishing restaurants, hotels,a nd shops to make them comfortable. Over the Edge reveals in vivid detail how Harvey and the Santa Fe together created a vision of the Southwest that still works its magic today.
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