The Employees Magazine, Boston and Maine, November 1927, Vol. 4, No. 8.
For section "Records of Which to Be Proud": Initials after titles refer to divisions: T-Terminal, P-Portland, F-B-Fitchburg-Berkshire, (F-Fitchburg, B-Berkshire), S-Southern, C-Connecticut River, M-White Mountains-Passumpsic, (P-Passumpsic, M-White Mountains). The years are those in which the employee entered the service.
Names in this online transcription include Adams, Allison, Anderson, Andrews, Bailey, Bancroft, Barney, Benson, Bishop, Blaisdell, Boynton, Brackett, Brainard, Brown, Caine, Caldwell, Callahan, Cameron, Cannavan, Caswell, Chase, Chick, Clough, Cole, Conley, Cook, Corner, Coyne, Cromwell, Cummings, Davis, Day, Dean, Dearborn, Diskin, Dodge, Dow, Dyer, Easter, Eaton, Emerson, Enwright, Evans, Finn, Fisk, Flagley, Fletcher, Forrestall, Fort, Fuller, Gagnon, Gardner, Garey, Gillette, Glass, Gordon, Goss, Gravelle, Greenough, Hall, Hamilton, Hannan, Hardy, Hawkes, Hayward, Heath, Hills, Hobbs, Hortter, Hunt, Josselyn, Keniston, Kennard, Kenniston, Kinney, Lamaire, Lewis, Little, Lockwood, Lord, Lyon, Macey, Marden, Matthews, Maxson, Maynard, McDonough, McIntire, McMahon, Moore, Morrison, Morse, Mullaney, Murphy, Paul, Peacock, Peaslee, Prest, Prinall, Reddin, Reilly, Reitz, Richards, Ricker, Rockwell, Rogers, Rollins, Sanborn, Savago, Savory, Scully, Sheldon, Silsbee, Slack, Smiley, Smith, Steinberg, Stoddard, Stover, Tompson, Turner, Vose, Walker, Washburn, Wells, Whitcomb, Whittemore, Williams, Wilson, Witham.
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