University of Maryland
Paper documenting the planning for and physical construction of the Pennsylvania Railroad's Calvert Street station in Baltimore, Maryland -- Includes photographs and maps. This paper was prepared as part of Friedman's initiation into Phi Mu, an engineering honor society
University of Michigan - William L. Clements Library
This journal contains Clarence G. Nicholson's recollections about his trip from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and Chicago, Illinois, in September 1893. Nicholson described his daily activities during the journey west, in Milwaukee, and at the World's Columbian Exposition. The volume contains numerous commercial photographs, advertisements, and other items related to Nicholson's travels
State Library of Western Australia
View west from the Hannan Street Railway Station, Kalgoorlie (see sign on the platform in foreground centre) The hotel beyond is the Glen Devon Hotel in the corner of Egan Street
State Library of Western Australia
State Library of Western Australia
Wisconsin Veterans Museum Research Center
Anita Powers, née Temple, a Green Bay, Wisconsin native, discusses her experience in the Navy WAVES during World War II -- Powers recalls being dissatisfied with her pay as a library page, deciding to enlist in the Navy, and getting her parents' consent. She talks about boot camp at Hunter College (New York) where they marched everywhere and she took classes such as Naval history. She mentions living in dorms and taking aptitude tests, and she states that for Christmas they were allowed half an hour for lunch instead of twenty minutes. Sent to Norfolk (Virginia), she describes being put on an interservice information booth team that helped service personnel figure out train routes and schedules at the Norfolk and Western Station. Powers talks about renting subsistence quarters and occasionally going to dances on her time off. After V-E Day, the station became less busy, and she discusses being sent to the Naval Operating Base (Norfolk Naval Base) as an office worker. She mentions ... Read More
State Library of Western Australia
Arizona Historical Society - Library and Archives
Photographs include the El Paso and Southwestern Railroad (1912-1922), the Santa Fe Railroad (1936-1949), Southern Pacific Railroad (mostly 1910-1928), and the Southern Pacific Railroad of Mexico. Images include workers laying track and building bridges, diesel and steam engines, depots, wrecks, and flooding of the Rio Yaqui, Sonora and Rio Fuerte, Sinaloa. There are also photographs of Mexican towns including Guaymas, Jalisco, and others. There are photographs of Mexican revolutionaries (1906-1916) including Villista soldiers and casualties


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