King Daniel Ganaway, an African-American photographer from Chicago, made "Spirit of Transportation" of the 20th Century Limited at La Salle Street Station in Chicago in 1918. One of two photographs by Ganaway in the 15th annual exhibition at Wanamaker's Department Store in Philadelphia in 1921, it won first prize, besting Edward Weston, May Ray, and Paul Strand, all prominent in photographic history. It is reproduced here from Fort Dearborn Magazine, Chicago. The photograph also appeared as a frontispiece in the Santa Fe Railway's magazine. "Spirit" is included in the Center's list of memorable railroad photographs of the twentieth century.