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A Pony Express rider passes a crew building the first transcontinental telegraph line
A Pony Express rider passes a crew building the first transcontinental telegraph line
Artist Unknown
Acquisition Number: 39_OW
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based on a drawing by George M. Ottinger. Harper’s Weekly, November 2, 1867. Colorized © 2018 Pentacle Press LLC. The Pony Express operated for nineteen months, from April 1859 to October 1860, when the first transcontinental telegraph put it out of business. They favored small, wiry riders who weighed less than 125 lbs.

Reproduction Size: 18 x 32