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Gladys Love Presley: Mr. & Mrs. Presley show their sadness as they turn away after watching their only child, Elvis, board a chartered bus for Ft. Chaffee, Arkansas. Memphis, March 24th 1958.

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The 'Safe Bus Company', chartered in 1926, was the only African American-owned city bus company in the nation that ran a fixed route for the general public. Several small "jitney" services merged their operations to better serve Winston-Salem's African-American citizens. With the motto "safety and service," Safe Bus Company eventually employed more than 80 drivers and carried 8,000 passengers a day.

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Twenty (20) chartered buses (not all of them visible in this photograph) line up in front of St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church for the trip to the 1961 Ward 16 community picnic held at Euclid Beach Park. The picnic was hosted by long-time Hungarian-American Cleveland City Councilman Jack P. Russell. Photo by Karl J. Rauschkolb, Cleveland Public Library NEA Picture Collection Date: 1961-07-28

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Freshman Vanderbilt nursing students board a chartered bus for a field trip to a local health agency. This is one of many such activities planned for the students during their study of community health and sanitation and principles of social work.

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If you're interested in Orange Beach Fishing, or Gulf Shores Deep Sea Fishing, you have come to the right place. Hello, I am Captain Tom. Call me and lets set up a private fishing charter, where you have the whole boat to yourself. That is what we are all about, customized private service for you and your crew. More than likely you didn't ride on a bus to get to the beach, why fish on a boat that looks like a chartered bus?

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Busload of L.A. marchers leave for Alabama march [graphic] A chartered bus with 37 aboard, leaves the Federal Building under strict security measures. The Los Angeles civil-rights partisans were on their way to Alabama to participate in Dr. Martin Luther King's "Negro vote" march. [1965]

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