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This plate in the Winged Streamliner pattern was part of a complete place setting given to the Kansas Historical Society by the Union Pacific Railroad. The setting was presented in 1971 to commemorate the last run across Kansas of the streamliner "City of Kansas City." From 1968 to 1971 the "City of Kansas City" ran passenger service to Cheyenne, Wyoming. This plate was made by the Sterling China Company in East Liverpool, Ohio.
Creator: Sterling China Company
Date: between 1965 and 1970
Item Number: 222301
KSHS Identifier: 19184.108.40.206
Business and Industry - Railroad - Companies - Union Pacific
Business and Industry - Railroad - Passenger trains
Business and Industry - Railroad - Rolling stock - Dining cars
Collections - Museum
Date - 1960s
Date - 1970s
Objects and Artifacts - Tools & Equipment for Materials - Food Service - Plate - Dinner
Transportation - Railroads - Passenger trains
Transportation - Railroads - Rolling stock - Dining cars
Type of Material - Objects and Artifacts