Image from page 814 of “Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine” (1920)
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Identifier: baltimoreohioemp09balt
Title: Baltimore and Ohio staff members mag
12 Months: 1920 (1920s)
Writers: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
Subjects: Railroads — Employees — Periodicals Railroads — Usa — Staff Members
Publisher: [Baltimore, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad]
Adding Library: University of Maryland, University Park
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation

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– Fleming,Mrs. J. H. Downey, Mrs. Jessie Nuzum,Mrs. Harry Fletcher, Mrs. Frank Grimes,Mrs. Walter Wrick, and many otherladies, to who much credit flow from. The many thanks of the Association and ofthe Auxiliar> are extended into KellyMusic Stores the usage of a victrola,and to Webbers the flowery share. Every month-to-month conference of the Veteransand their wives generally seems to bring forth somenew means of enjoyment. We areforging forward inside our work and we also tend to be goingto acconiplish great things within the nearfuture. View us develop. Baltimore and Ohio mag, April, 1922 jj

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Among Ourselves Baltimore and Ohio and Baltimoreand Ohio Annex Buildings Law DepartmentCorrespondent, George W. Haulenbeek The Death of Mr. Bond The loss of our General Counsel, Mr.Hugh Lennox Bond, Jr., occurring on theeleventh of April, enveloped the depart-ment in melancholy and despair. Mr.Bonds workplace door had been ever before ajar to virtually any ofthe clerks who wanted to consult him. Hewas one of the few officials with who Ihave interact who had been never ever dis-turbed by an interruption when giingdictation and might resume without anyeffort during the really point where in fact the dictationwas delayed. Your day I happened to be seventy, I told Mr. BondI would not wnsh is pensioned and heresponded, Haulenbeek, provided that youare in a position to sit-up you simply will not be disturbedand once you cannot sit up, you may askfor retirement. John K. Cowen passed away April 25, 1904;Judge Cross on 2, 1906, and today our^Ir. Bond on April eleventh. Three grandgood guys. The loss of Clinton Swearer Clinton Swearer, Secretary to H. R.Preston, gen

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