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Identifier: baltimoreohioemp07balt (find matches)
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
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given quarters on the second floor of this building, the hotel service having been discontinued,In 1912, extensive improvement was made on the property. The interior of the building was remodeled and an addition waserected at the north end of the building to accommodate the Station Baggage and Express Company employes and service. At the present time the first floor of the building is occupied by the foll£)wing offices: Ticket office, general waitingroom, mens waiting room, womens waiting room, restaurant and telegraph office. The second floor is used by theDivision officers. The building contains sixteen rooms and is occupied by seventy-two employes. It is equipped with allmodern conveniences and is an ideal place to work. Patrons of the road are generally impressed with its neat appearanceand with the small parks which surround the property and which are kept in fine condition. Current Events as Seen The Be,i rre,e,„ii^ lg,.,„,/ ihe HoUheiik tytdemic • \0 WHERE TO GO BUT OUT
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48 —Courtesy New York Tribune by the Cartoonists FRA;4CE: vol think him SAre^Q^1pN^-VMP BLT VOU DO NOT LIVE NEXT VVHEN THE NEW COOK ARRI\KS ON THl. JOB

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