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Title: Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
Subjects: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
Publisher: [Baltimore, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad]
Contributing Library: University of Maryland, College Park
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation
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ter Benjamin Thompson en-joyed a few days of rest on Long Island. Harry Lawrence, draughtsman in the mechan-ical department, is keeping batchelor apart-ments. His wife and children are enjoyingfarm life in Middletown, N. Y. Ted Videon, marine carpenter, is spendinghis vacation at the Falls. Edward Parker, locomotive engineer, recentlyreturned frotn Denver, Col. The survey corps in the district engineersoffice have returned to duty after a ten daysvacation. Theodore Joslin has returned to duty afterspending a six weeks vacation on his farm inDelaware. F. T. Metcalfe, of the engineer corps, spenthis vacation seeing the sights of Washington.Joseph Kowslowsky, signal repairman, andJoseph Morris, electrician, also spent theirvacations in Washington. The elimination of the grade crossing atPennsylvania Avenue, Rosebank, has beencompleted. The maintenance of way forces are puttingthe tracks in St. George yard in good conditionfor the coming winter. THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO EMPLOYES MAGX/ASE 83
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M.\STER EMMANUEL COYLEBrother of Work Checker John Leo Coyle, East Side Philadelphia Division Correspondent, J. C. Richardson, Chief Clerk Divisional Safety Committee S. T. Cantrei-l Superint«ident, Chairman W. T. R. HoDDixoTT Trainmasier. Vipe-Charrman G. F. Ebeblt Division Engineer J. P. Hts-ES Master Mechanic J. E. Sentmax Road Foreman of Engines H. K. Hartm.\n Chief Train Dispatcher T. B. Fraxkux Terminal Aeent D. C. Elphixstoxb Captain of Police F. H. L\MB Di%-i3ion Claim Agent Dr. C. W. Pence Medical Examiner J. W. HcDSox Road Engineer J. R. Ryder Road Fireman H. L. C.\RXET Road Conductor J. R. Rupp Yard Conductor J. H. Darby Air Brake Foreman G. W. SoiXBY Car Inspector R. C. AcTo:!T Secretar>- The accompanj-ing: picture is of WilliamPhillips, better known as Uncle Bill. Mr. Phillips has been an employe ever sincethe Philadelphia Division of the Baltimore andOhio Railroad was built—in fact he was em-ployed to cut the timber on what is now theright-of-way. He is now filling
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