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Image from page 814 of "Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine" (1920)

Identifier: baltimoreohioemp09balt

Title: Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine

Year: 1920 (1920s)

Authors: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company

Subjects: Railroads -- Employees -- Periodicals Railroads -- United States -- Employees

Publisher: [Baltimore, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad]

Contributing Library: University of Maryland, College 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 a number of otherladies, to whom much credit is due. The thanks of the Association and ofthe Auxiliar> are extended to the KellyMusic Stores for the use of a victrola,and to Webbers for the floral contribution. Every monthly meeting of the Veteransand their wives seems to bring forth somenew means of entertainment. We areforging ahead in our work and we are goingto acconiplish great things in the nearfuture. Watch us grow. Baltimore and Ohio Magazine, 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 death of our General Counsel, Mr.Hugh Lennox Bond, Jr., occurring on theeleventh of April, enveloped the depart-ment in melancholy and sadness. Mr.Bonds office door was ever ajar to any ofthe clerks who wished to consult him. Hewas one of the few officials with whom Ihave come in contact who was never dis-turbed by an interruption when gi\ingdictation and could resume without anyeffort at the very point where the dictationwas delayed. The day I was seventy, I told Mr. BondI did not wnsh to be pensioned and heresponded, Haulenbeek, as long as youare able to sit up you will not be disturbedand when you cannot sit up, you will askfor retirement. John K. Cowen died April 25, 1904;Judge Cross on May 2, 1906, and now our^Ir. Bond on April eleventh. Three grandgood men. The Death of Clinton Swearer Clinton Swearer, Secretary to H. R.Preston, gen


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Taken circa 1920