Florida East Coast Railway Pass issued to Wife of Frank Jay Gould [154787]

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Florida East Coast Railway Pass issued to Wife of Frank Jay Gould [154787]
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Trip pass for 1902 journey from Palm Beach to St. Augustine. Issued to Mrs. FJ Gould on account of the Missouri Pacific Railway. Signed by the vice president and general manager. Green and gold print. F(rank) J. Gould was the son of "robber baron" Jay Gould, and the owner of French Riviera casinos and hotels. In 1902, he was married to Helen Margaret Kelly, also known as Princess Vlora of Albania. The Florida East Coast Railway was founded in 1885 by Henry Flagler and John D. Rockefeller.

Date: 1902
Country (if not USA):
State: Florida