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Miss Sally celebrates Harvey Girls

Miss Sally was pleased with her new outfit. She dressed up as a Harvey House waitress for the 120th celebration at the Historic Wolf Hotel, proudly wearing starched black and white as did the women who helped develop tourism in the prairie and southwest.
In the late 1800s, when women rarely worked outside the home, Harvey House restaurants served travelers on the Santa Fe Railroad line.
Women who worked as a Harvey Girls had to be of good character, and Fred Harvey, the originator of the Harvey House Restaurants, was the first to hire women as waitresses. The first Harvey ...

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