When the City of St. Louis was a mere streamliner, it had its own on-board stationery.
By the mid-1960s, however, after the Norfolk & Western had taken over the Wabash, the Union Pacific printed just one set of stationery for all of its domeliners. The letterhead used the familiar winged streamliner logo illustrating the second-generation streamliner locomotives that had been scrapped more than a decade earlier.
Click image to download a PDF of the on-board letterhead. Click here to download a PDF of the matching envelope.
Passengers using fountain pens aboard the City of LA could blot their ink with the following blotter.
Click to download a high-resolution PDF of this blotter.