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Excerpt from Travel USA Vol March 1949Organized as part the State Highway Department in 1935 the New Mexico March 1949Organized as part of the State Highway Department in 1935 the New Mexico Tourist Bureau conducts a national advertising and publicity campaign designed to encourage and stimulate a greater ﬂow of recreational travel to and through New MexicoThe tourist bureau's budget for its first year was Traffic counts kept for the bureau by the checking stations on the border showed that nonresident motor vehicles entered the State in 1935The activities of the tourist bureau have increased every year except during the war period.
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The budget for 1948 totaled for 1949 the Bureau has been granted an appropriation of all of which will be used for tourist promotional activities The tourist ﬂow ast year totaled nonresident motor vehiclesFor the
current year advertisements in color appeared in 12 major magazines with a total circulation ofyear advertisements in color appeared in 12 major magazines with a total circulation of million In addition we carried 280 ine black and white advertisements in some 53 newspapers in the metro politan centers of the Nation These newspapers had a circulation of 19 million copiesAbout the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thous.