The opening of the parcels post tunnel, January 1, 1913
Illustration shows that a freight train has departed a railroad station labeled "Producer" in the countryside and is passing through a tunnel labeled "Parcels Post Tunnel" in a mountain labeled "Mount Middleman" that has the figure of a man on its side; the front of the train has emerged on the city-side of the mountain and is headed toward a station labeled "Consumer" where a crowd of people are anxiously waiting.
Caption: Mount Middleman is no longer an insurmountable barrier between producer and consumer.
The opening of the parcels post tunnel, January 1, 1913.
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Post-Presidential Years (1913-January 6, 1919)
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Puck, v. 72, no. 1870
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