W. E. Lamneck Co., also known as The Daylight Plant, 1918

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W. E. Lamneck Co., also known as The Daylight Plant, 1918
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W.E. Lamneck was advertised as "The Furnace Man". His company produced both coal and gas furnaces and furnished repairs for all makes of coal furnaces. The company was located on Fifth Avenue just west of the Hocking Valley tracks.

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Identifier: hinw05p020i01
Date (yyyy-mm-dd): c. 1918-03
Original Dimensions: 17.1 cm x 8.0 cm
Format: Black and White Halftone Photograph
Source: Norwester, March 1918, page 20
Original Publisher: Upper Arlington Community (Ohio)
Location/s: Upper Arlington (USA, Ohio, Franklin County)
Repository: Upper Arlington Historical Society
Digital Publisher: UA ArchivesUpper Arlington Public Library

Credit: UA Archives – Upper Arlington Public Library (Repository: UA Historical Society)

Image from page 216 of “Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine” (1912)
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Identifier: baltimoreohioemp05balt
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
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation

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No. 91 was passing Dorsey, Md.,on June 12, foreman J. A. Selvey discovered adefective condition of equipment on one of thecars. He could not stop the train but notifiedthe agent at Jessups, who flagged it and hadthe condition corrected. Cumberland Division On the morning of June 15 conductor J. P.Kearns found evidence of a defective conditionon a preceding train near 76 Fill, on the CheatRiver grade. Mr. Kearns telephoned news ofhis discovery and extra east 7204, then at M. &K. Junction, was examined and a defectivecondition found on one of the cars, which wasset off for repairs. A credit entry has beenplaced upon Mr. Kearns record. On June 13 brakeman R. P. Thompson, withextra 7211, discovered a defective condition onour car 124749, at Terra Alta. A credit entryhas been placed on his service record. On April 18 sec-tion foreman H. C.Snyder, of GreatCacapon, discovereda defective condi-tion on a car intrain of engine 4838.He stopped the trainand assisted the con-ductor to back the

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car on a siding. h. C. SNYDER 48 THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO EMPLOYES MAGAZINE Wheeling Division Fireman H. M. Stewart, with extra east 4019recently discovered a defective track con-dition and immediately notified engineerGriffith, who made arrangements to flagapproaching trains. Both gentlemen havebeen commended. On June 2 Mr. Thomas Carvo, of Hastings,W. Va., discovered a defect on car passingthrough Jacksonburg in train of extra 2224.He immediately had the train stopped. On June 1 John Stelle discovered a defectivecondition in track west of Jacksonburg, andimmediately reported it to section foreman.He has been commended. Cleveland Division On June 2 brakeman H. C. Haines discovereda defective condition on a car in train of engine4190, at Grafton, Ohio. He reported the mat-ter to the conductor and the car was set off. While working on engine 337 in Dover Yardon May 2 conductor M. Reidy and brakemanA. E. Ross discovered some of the ties in RiverBridge afire. They extinguished the firebefo

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