Wonderful collection of streamlined steam locomotives, i.e., "steamliners".
In addition to the Minihaha train pictured in your book, American Flyer also made several versions of the Milwaukee Road's original Atlantic Hiawatha steam locomotive. These included both electric and windup versions.
The above medium priced "electric" Hiawatha set could also be purchased in a less expensive version with a "clockwork" motor.
Below is a photo of American Flyer's most expensive "electric" Hiawatha passenger set. When it was released this set was intended to compete directly with Lionel's new Hiawatha set.
In recent years both MTH and Lionel have produced both Atlantic and Baltic (Hudson) Hiawatha sets in different gauges and with various levels of detail in order to attract customers in different price ranges. Pride Lines, Weaver, JAD and others have also produced Hiawatha streamliner sets in various gauges. There have even been a few "craftsmen" who have handcrafted Hiawatha locomotives including "stretched" versions of the original Hiawatha "Atlantic" locomotive such as Bob Gale's "Baltic" Hiawatha below.
There are several others some of which can be seen on my former home's basement wall.