Relive the days when traveling by Greyhound was so popular. As part of Greyhound's objective to establish the nation's largest national intercity bus system, the company began an aggressive campaign to build its own terminals in the 1930s, an era of ''art deco'' styling. And to better serve the traveling public, Greyhound also began building a network of restaurants and rest stops. This collection of vintage Greyhound Bus postcards portrays the buses, depots and post houses from a variety of regions all across America and Canada. A visual treat for all bus enthusiasts and postcard collectors.