The Pocket List of Railroad Officials, Volume 1

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Primedia Information, 1895 - Railroads
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Page 3 - II., pi., maps, tab., 9 x 6, y4 mor. 47 POCKET LIST OF RAILROAD OFFICIALS; containing the names of officials in charge of railroads, private car companies, fast freight lines and transportation companies of the United States, Canada and Mexico; also showing the gauge of each road, number of miles operated, and rolling stock in service of each company (quarterly), v. 2, No. 2; v. 8, No. 4; v. 4, No. 2; v. 5, Nos. 1-2. N. Y., 1896-99.
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Page 60 - Hannibal & St. Joseph RR, Kansas City, St. Joseph & Council Bluffs RR, and St.
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Page 314 - Morrison, chairman, of Illinois; Wheelock G. Veazey, of Vermont; Martin A. Knapp, of New York; Judson C. Clements, of Georgia; James D. Yeomans, of Iowa.
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