Hounds of the Road: History of the Greyhound Bus Company
by Carlton Jackson
University of Wisconsin Press, 1984
Paper: 978-0-87972-271-5
Library of Congress Classification HE5623.Z7G756 1984
Dewey Decimal Classification 388.322

ABOUT THIS BOOK
ABOUT THIS BOOK
The bus system that came to be known as the Greyhound Bus Company was founded by Carl Eric Wickman, an enterprising Swede of Hibbing, Minnesota. The first bus was a seven-passenger Hupmobile touring car that was used to transport miners across the Mesaba Iron Range to and from work. Wickman was soon joined by another Swede, Andrew Anderson, and they began operating in earnest the route from a saloon in Hibbing to the fire-hall in Alice. From this lowly beginning grew the Greyhound Corporation, a multi-million dollar company which, through the years, has owned everything from a chain of hamburger restaurants to a soap company.

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