Railway Officials in America 1906

Smith Surname's part 1

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Smith, A. H., General Manager New York Central & Hudson River Rd. office New York, N. Y.

Previous to Oct. 1890 was foreman of bridges Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Ry; Oct 1890 to Oct. 1891, superintendent Kalamazoo division; Oct. 1891 to Feb. 1893, superintendent Lansing division; Feb. 1893 to July 1897, superintendent Franklin division at Youngstown, O.; July 1897 to April 1, 1901, superintendent Michigan division at Toledo, O.; April 1 to June 17, 1901, assistant general superintendent Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Ry at Cleveland, O.; June 17, 1901, to Feb. 1902, general superintendent same road; Feb. 1902 to July 1, 1903, general superintendent New York Central & Hudson River Rd; July 1, 1903, to date, general manager same road.

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Smith, Addison R., Third Vice President Louisville & Nashville Rd. Office Louisville, My,

Born March 30, 1872, at Louisville, Ky. Educated in the public schools at Louisville. Entered railway service 1889 as minor clerk auditing department Louisville & Nashville Rd, since which he has been consecutively Sept. 15, 1889, to Jan. 1, 1890, clerk claim department same road; Jan. 1, 1890, to Jan. 10, 1897, various clerkshlps in general freight office same road; Jan. 10, 1897, to July 1, 1898, chief clerk Asheville Line at Louisville, Ky.; July 1, 1898, to July 10, 1809, secretary Southeastern Mississippi Valley Association; July 10, 1899, to Jan. 1, 1904, chief clerk to assistant freight traffic manager Southern Ry; Jan. 1, 1904, to July 15, 1905, general freight agent Western Ry of Alabama and Atlanta & West Point Rd; July 15, 1905, to date, third vice-president Louisville & Nashville Rd.

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Smith, Allen Dale, President and General Superintendent Cornwall & Lebanon Rd. Office Lebanon, Pa.

Born April 28. 1857, at Columbia, Lancaster County, Pa. He was educated in the common schools of Columbia, Pa. Entered railway service 1872 as telegraph operator Pennsylvania Rd. since which he has been consecutively 1873 to Aug. 1, 1884, telegraph operator and train dispatcher Philadelphia & Erie division same road at Williamsport, Pa.; Aug. 1, 1884, to Jan. 31, 1890, chief clerk to superintendent New York Philadelphia & Norfolk Rd at Cape Charles, Va.; Feb. 1, 1890, to Feb. 29. 1892. chief clerk to general superintendent Cornwall & Lebanon Rd; March 1, 1892, to Nov. 1892, general freight and passenger agent same road; Nov. 1892 to date, general superintendent; Ian. 10, 1899, to date, also president same road.

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Smith. Alva J., General Passenger and Ticket Agent Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Ry. Office Cleveland, O.

Born Sept. 30, 1840, at Churchville, Monroe County, N. Y. He was educated in the common schools of Churchville, N. Y. Entered railway service June 1, 1866 since which lie has been consecutively June 1866 to March 1887, on Cleveland Columbus Cincinnati & Indianapolis Ry; to Aug. 1867, stock clerk general ticket office; Aug. 1867 to Aug. 1874, chief clerk same office; Aug. 1874 to Aug. 1878, assistant general passenger agent, and Aug. 1, 1878, to March 1, 1837, general passenger agent; Jan. 1, 1881, to March 1, 1887, general passenger agent Indianapolis & St. Louis Ry; Dec. 31, 1881, to May 1882, general passenger agent Cincinnati Hamilton & Dayton Rd; Jan. 2 1832, to March 1. 1887, general passenger agent Dayton & Union Rd; March 1, 1887, to date, general passenger and ticket agent Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Ry; 1879 to Oct. 1904, also secretary National Association General Passenger and Ticket Agents; Oct. 1904, elected vicepresident, and Oct. 1905 elected president same association.

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Smith, Arthur B., Assistant General Passenger Agent Northern Pacific Ry. Office St. Paul, Minn.

Born Sept. 15, 1861. Entered railway service 1888 as chief clerk engineer's office Burlington & Missouri River Rd, since which he has been consecutively to date, with same road as division engineer on construction, chief clerk to chief engineer, chief clerk to general superintendent, chief clerk to general nassenger agent and to Nov. 1, 1901, assistant general passenger agent; to May 1, 1904, auditor Yellowstone Park Co.; May 1, 1904, to date, assistant general passenger agent Northern Pacific Ry.

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Smith, Arthur Morton, Superintendent Southern Ry. Office Princeton, Ind.

Born Dec. 25, 1864, at Boonsborough, Ia. Graduated from high school at Ft. Dodge, Ia., 1885. Entered railway service Oct. 7, 1887, since which he has been consecutively to March 10, 1890, stenographer to general manager Duluth & Iron Range Rd; March 10, 1890. to Nov. 24, 1891, chief clerk to general superintendent; Nov. 24, 1891. to April 1, 1892, conductor; April 1, 1892, to May 27, 1896, assistant superintendent same road; May 27, 1896, to April 1, 1897, chief clerk to general manager Eastern Ry of Minnesota and Northern Steamship Co.; April 1 to July 1, 1897, clerk in office auditor of disbursements Great Northern Ry; July 1, 1897, to April 1, 1898, trainmaster same road; Nov. 1, 1898, to Aug. 1, 1900, special auditor Chicago & Eastern Illinois Rd; Aug. 1, 1900, to Jan. 31, 1901, assistant auditor; Jan. 31, 1901, to Jan. 31, 1903, secretary and auditor same road; Jan. 31, 1903, to Oct. 1, 1904, general superintendent Pere Marquette Rd; March 1, 1905, to date, superintendent Southern Ry at Princeton, Ind.

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Smith, Carl Ryron, Master Mechanic Boston & Maine Rd. Office Boston, Mass.

Born Nov. 28, 1867, at Montgomery, Vt. Educated In the public schools at Saratoga, N. Y., at Colgate Acedámy at Hamilton, N. Y., 1883-1885, and at Worcester Polytechnic Institute at Worcester, Mass., 1885-1888. Entered railway service April 1, 1895, since which he has been consecutively to Sept. 1, 1899, draftsman motive power department Boston & Maine Rd; Sept. 1. 1899, to Oct. 1, 1901, chief draftsman; Oct. 1, 1901, to date, master mechanic Boston shops same road. From 1888 to 1895, was with the Rhode Island Locomotive Works as draftsman and assistant chief draftsman.

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Smith, Charles A., Chief Surgeon St. Louis Southwestern Ry. Office Texarkana, Tex.

Born Oct. 1, 1856, at Granville, N, Y. Graduate of Rush Medical College at Chicago, Ill. Entered railway service 1883 as house surgeon Missouri Pacific Ry Hospital at St. Louis. Mo., which position he held until 1887, whcn he was appointed chief surgeon St. Louis Southwestern Ry.

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Smith, Charles A., Division Freight Agent Lehigh Valley Rd. Office Hazleton, Pa.

Born May 22, 1849, at Montrose, Pa. Educated in the common schools. Entered railway service 1868, since which he has been consecutively to 1870. telegraph operator Lehigh Valley Rd; 1870 to July 1, 1874, clerk freight office at Waverly, N. Y.; July 1, 1874, to May 15, 1895, agent same road at Hasleton, Pa.; May 15, 1895, to April 15. 1896, engaged in other business; April 15, 1896, to date, division freight agent Lehigh Valley Rd at Hazleton, Pa.

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Smith, Charles F., Assistant General Superintendent New York Central & Hudson River Rd. Office New York, N.Y.

Born June 17, 1873, at New York, N. Y. Educated in the public schools. Entered railway service Nov. 11, 1886, as messenger in telegraph office New York Central & Hudson River Rd at New York, since which he has been consecutively 1887 to 1888, clerk to superintendent Harlem division; 1888 to 1890, secretary to assistant general superintendent; 1890 to 1893, clerk and timekeeper Hudson dIvision; 1893 to 1895, secretary to general manager; 1895 to 1898, chief clerk to superintendent Western division: 1898 to 1902, chief clerk to general superintendent; 1902 to Nov. 1, 1903, superintendent passenger transportation; Nov. 1, 1903, to date, assistant general superintendent; entire service with the New York Central & Hudson River Rd.

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Smith, Charles James, General Manager Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co. Office Montreal, Que.

Born March 10. 1862, at Hamilton, Ont. He was educated at the Wentworth College. Entered railway service 1879. since which he has been consecutively 1879 to 1880, clerk local freight office Hamilton & Northwestern Ry at Hamilton, Ont.; 1880 to 1882, with audit and purchasing department Chicago & Alton Rd; 1882 to May 1885, in construction department Canadian Pacific Ry; June 1885 to 1886, In traffic department New York Lake Erie & Western Rd; 1886 to 1888, chief clerk to general manager Chicago & Atlantic Ry; Jan. 1888 to July 1888, in traffic department "Soo" line; July 1888 to Jan. 1890, In traffic department St. Paul Minneapolis & Manitoba Ry (Great Northern); Jan. 1890 to March 1898, general freight and passenger agent Canada Atlantic Ry; April 1898 to March 31, 1904, general traffic manager same road and Canada Atlantic Transit Co.; April 1, 1904, to date, general manager Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co.

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Smith, Charles W., Address Pasadena, Cal.

Born Sept. 5, 1831, at Austerlitz, Columbia County, N. Y. Entered railway service 1855; to 1857. local agent Columbus Piqua & Indiana Rd; 1857 to 1862, general freight agent same road; 1862 to 1868, general freight agent Columbus Chicago & Indiana Central Rd; 1868 to 1870, general freight agent Pittsburg Cincinnati & St. Louis Ry; 1870 to 1872, general freight agent Central Pacific Rd; 1872 to 1875, general manager Indianapolis Bloomington & Western Ry; Jan. 1, 1875, to May 1, 1878, general freight agent Chicago Burlington & Quincy Rd; May 1, 1878, to April 80, 1880, traffic manager same road; May 1880 to May 1881, traffic manager New York Lake Erie & Western Rd; May 1, 1881, to Dec. 1, 1885, general manager Chesapeake & Ohio Ry; Dee. 1885 to June 1, 1889, vice-president, and Feb. 1, 1886, to May 1, 1887, also general manager Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Rd; June 27, 1887, to June 1, 1889, also vice president and general manager Chicago Santa Fe & California Rd; March 1887 to June 1, 1889, also general manager Atlantic & Pacific Ry and vice-president California Southern and California Central Rys; June 1, 1889, to Nov. 1895, engaged in railway expert work; Nov. 6, 1895, to date, president Virginias' Ry; Feb. 1, 1896, to July 1897, receiver Atlantic & Pacific Rd; July 1897 to Jan. 1, 1903, president Los Angeles & Pasadena Electric Ry.

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Smith, Clarence G., Auditor and Treasurer Macon Dublin & Savannah Ry. Office Macon, Ga.

Born Jan. 8, 1866, at Racine, Wis. He was educated in the common schools, Entered railway service July 1882, since which he has been consecutively to 1887, clerk In treasurer's office Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry at Milwaukee, Wis.; 1887 to 1889, cashier in treasurer's office same road; 1889 to Feb. 15, 1893, first, assistant bookkeeper general auditing department same read at Chicago; Feb. 15, 1893, to date, auditor and treasurer Macon Dublin & Savannah Ry.
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Smith, Daniel A., Master Mechanic Boston & Maine Rd. Office Somerville, Mass.

Born Feb. 10, 1851. Educated in the public schools. Entered railway service 1869 as machinist apprentice Boston & Maine Rd. since which he has been conseoutively to June 1876. machInist; 1876 to 1877, fireman; 1877 to 1882, engineer; 1882 to 1895, general foreman; 1895 to date, master mechanic Eastern and Western divisions; entire service with Boston & Maine Rd.

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Smith, Edgar A., Assistant Superintendent Fitchburg Division Boston & Maine Rd. Office Boston, Mass.

Born Sept. 2, 1849, at New Salem, Mass. Entered railway service 1865 as telegraph operator Fitchburg Rd, since which he has been consecutively ticket agent, freight clerk, roadrnaster's clerk, master mechanic's clerk, superintendent's clerk, passenger conductor, train dispatcher, and to July 1900, superintendent telegraph on the Fitchburg Rd; July 1900 to date, assistant superintendent Fitchburg division Boston & Maine Rd at Boston.

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Smith, Edgar M., Auditor and Treasurer Kansas City Clinton & Springfield Ry. Office Springfield, Mo.

Born Nov. 28, 1868, at Fort Wayne, Ind. Graduated from high school at Kansas City, Han., May 1885. Entered railway service Jan. 1, 1897, since which he has been consecutively to Aug. 12, 1901, In various clerkships in accounting department Kansas City Fort Scott & Memphis Rd; Aug. 12, 1901, to date, auditor and treasurer Kansas City Clinton & Springfield By.

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Smith, Edward Curtis, Ex-President Central Vermont Ry.

Born Jan. 5, 1854, at St. Albans, Vt. Entered railway service 1877, since which he has been consecutively to 1883, attorney Central Vermont Rd; 1883 to 1886, director; 1886 to Dec. 1891, director and second vice president; Dec. 1891 to Oct. 14, 1902, president and director; entire service with Central Vermont Rd and its successor, the Central Vermont Ry; March 20, 1896, to May 1, 1899, also receiver same road.

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Smith, Frank Burras, Superintendent Dining Cars Delaware Lackawanna & Western Rd. Office Hoboken, N. J.

Born Sept. 19, 1856, at Newburgh, N. Y. Educated in the common schools. Entered railway service 1867 as train newsboy Chicago & Alton Rd, since which he haS been consecutively 1870 to 1871, passenger brakeman same road; 1871 to 1875, freight brakeman; 1876, freight conductor; 1878 to Jan. 1883, passenger conductor same road; 1883, chief clerk to train dispatcher Chicago & Northwestern Ry; 1887, train and depot master Wisconsin Central Rd at Chicago; Nov. 1888 to Feb. 1889, conductor Pullman's Palace Car Co.; Feb. 1889 to 1890, agent same company at Milwaukee, Wis.; Nov. 1890 to June 1, 1891, assistant superintendent same company at Omaha, Neb.; June 1, 1891, to Feb. 1, 1900, assistant superintendent sleeping, parlor and dining cars Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry at Minneapolis, Minn.; Feb. 1, 1900, to date, superintendent dining cars Delaware Lackawanna & Western Rd.

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Smith, Frank C., Es-Superintendent Colorado Springs & Cripple Creek District Ry.

Born June 5, 1859. Graduated from high school at Freeport, Ill. Entered railway service 1877 as night telegraph operator Chicago Rock Island & Pacific Ry at Bock Island, EL, since which he has been consecutively to Feb. 10, 1896, day telegraph operator, train dispatcher, chief train dispatcher and trainmaster same road; Feb. 10, 1896, to Sept. 15, 1902, superintendent Western division same road at Colorado Springs, Colo.; Sept. 15, 1902, to March 1905, general superintendent Colorado Springs & Cripple Creek District Ry; March to fall of 1905, superintendent same road.

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Smith, Frank E., Division Freight Agent Greenwood Lake Division Erie Rd, New Jersey & New York Rd and New York Susquehanna & Western Rd. Office New York, N. Y.

Born Aug. 1856 at Phillipsburg, N. J. Entered railway service April 1872, since which he has been consecutively to 1881, on Lehigh Valley Rd as clerk in various departments of general freight office at Mauch Chunk, Pa.; 1881 to 1882, traveling passenger agent Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry for New York state; Sept. 1882 to Nov. 21, 1884, assistant general freight agent Lehigh & Hudson River Ry; Nov. 21, 1884, to Dec. 15, 1895, general freight agent Lehigh & Hudson River Rd; Dec. 16, 1890, to Dec. 15, 1895, also general freight agent Orange County Rd; Dec. 15, 1895, to June 30, 1898, general freight and passenger agent New York Susquehanna & Western Rd; June 30, 1898, to date. division freight agent Greenwood Lake division Erie Rd, New Jersey & New York Rd and New York Susczuehanna & Western Rd at New York.

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Smith, Frank (can't read middle name), Commercial Agent Seaboard Air Line. Office Denver, Colo.

Born Dec. 2, 1858, at Carlisle, O. Educated in the public schools and at Poole's College. Entered railway service 1875. sInce which he has been consecutively to 1880, telegraph operator, station agent and clerk audit department Kansas City Fort Scott & Gulf, Leavenworth Lawrence & Galveston and Kansas City St. Joseph & Council Bluffs Rds, which were known as the "Joy System;" 1881 to 1888, with Union Pacific Ry as local agent, city passenger agant and traveling freight and passenger agent at various places on the Colorado division at Salt Lake City, Utah, and Portland, Ore.; April to Sept. 1888, city passenger and ticket agent Denver Texas & Fort Worth Ry at Denver, Cob.; Sept. 1888 to Aug. 31, 1889, general agent traffic and express departments Denver & Rio Grande Ry at Aspen, Cob.; Sept. 1, 1889, to May 1, 1890, local freight agent and joint general agent freight department Union Pacific Ry and Denver Texas & Fort Worth System at Denver; June 1890 to Jan. 1891, general agent freight department Chicago St. Paul & Kansas City Rd at Denver; 1891 to 1892, commissioner Traffic Bureau of Denver; 1892 to Aug. 1897. engaged in private business; Sept. 1, 1897, to Nov. 15, 1905, western freight agent Cleveland Cincinnati Chicago & St. Louis Ry at Denver; Nov. 15, 1905, to date, commerdab agent Seaboard Air Line at Denver.

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Smith, Frank Sullivan, Receiver Pittsburg Shawmut & Northern Rd. Office New York, N. Y.

Born Oct. 14, 1851, at Short Tract, Allegany County, N. 7. Entered railway service Jan. 1881, since which he has been consecutively to July 1881, attorney Genesee Valley Canal Co. and Rochester New York & Pennsylvania and Buffalo New York & Philadelphia Rds; July 1881 to June 1, 1883, president Allegany Central Rd; June 1, 1883, to Aug. 1899, vice president and general counsel Lackawanna & Pittshurg Rd and Its successor, the Central New York & Western Rd; Aug. 1899 to date, vice president and general counsel Pittsburg Shawrnut & Northern Rd, successor to the Central New York & Western Rd; Dec. 1, 1904, to date, also acting president same road; Aug. 1, 1905, to date, receiver same road.

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Smith, Fred B. Address Jamestown, N. Y.

Born Jan. 18, 1861, at Jamestown, N. Y. He was educated at Jamestown Institute at Jamestown, N, Y., and at Meadville, Pa., by private instructors, Entered railway service Aug. 1880, with New York Pennsylvania & Ohio Ry, since which he has been consecutively, laborer; five years machinist apprentice; two years machinist; 1 1/2 years gang foreman; 2 1/2 years general foreman; six months acting master mechanic, and 1892 to Nov. 6, 1895, master mechanic Eastern division, all on the New York Pennsylvania & Ohio Ry; Nov. 1, 1895, to Nov. 1904, general master mechanic New York New Haven & Hartford Rd.

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Smith, George A., Commercial Agent Illinois Central Rd. Office Peoria, Ill.

Born Dec. 8, 1860, at Fredericksburg, Ind. Graduated front Crawfordsvllle high school 1875. Entered railway service 1876 as messenger Logansport Crawfordsville & Southwestern Ry at Frankfort. Ind., since which he has been consecutively to 1819, telegraph operator and agent at various points same road; 1879 to 1881, operator Terre Haute & Indianapolis Rd; 1881 to 1882, cashier local freight office Chicago & Eastern Illinois and Evansville & Terre Haute Rds at Terre Haute. Ind.; 1882 to 1886, freight agent Evansville & Terre Haute Rd at Vincennes, Ind.; 1886 to 1891, chief clerk general freight office same road at Evansville, Ind.; 1891 to 1892, general freight and passenger agent Ohio Valley Rd at Evansville, Ind.; 1892 to 1894, general agent and superintendent terminals Evansville & Terre Haute and Chicago & Eastern Illinois Rds at Terre Haute, Ind.; 1894 to 1895, general agent Peoria Decatur & Evansville Ry at Decatur, Ill.; 1895 to 1896, chief Clerk general freight and passenger department same road at Evansville, Ind.; 1896 to 1898, agent Continental Line at Peoria, Ill.; 1898 to 1900, general agent Peoria Decatur & Evansville Ry at Peoria, Ill.; 1900 to date, commercial, freight and passenger agent Illinois Central Rd at Peoria, Ill.

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Smith, George Carson, Vice President Security Investment Co. Office Pittsburg, Pa.

Born March 4, 1855. at Granville, Washington County, N. Y. Educated at Adrian College at Adrian, Mich. Entered railway service 1881, since which he has been consecutively 1881 to 1889, secretary to first vice-president Missouri Pacific System; 1889 to 1891, assistant to first vice president same system; 1891 to May 1893, assistant general manager same system; Jan. 1893 to May 1893, also general manager Kansas City Wyandotte & Northwestera Rd; Sept 1894 to Nov. 15 1900, president and general manager Atlanta & West Point Rd and Western Ry of Alabama; Nov. 15, 1900, to Jan. 1. 1901, general manager Louisville Evansville & St. Louis Consolidated Rd; Jan. 1 to Fob. 1, 1901, general manager St. Louis-Louisville lines Southern Ry; Feb. 1, 1901, to date, vice president Security Investment Co. at Pittsburg, Pa.; is also president Lackawanna & Wyoming Valley Rapid Transit Co. and Westinghouse InterWorks Ry, vice president Pittsburg Improvement Co. and Nernst Lamp Co. and a director in various Westinghouse corporations.

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Smith, George H., General Passenger Agent New Orleans & Northeastern Rd, Alabama & Vicksburg and Vicksburg Shreveport & Pacific Rys. Office New Orleans, La.

Born Oct. 7. 1853. at Boston, Mass. Educated in the public schools. Entered railway service 1873, since which he has becn consecutively to 1878, clerk' general ticket office Chicago Burlington & Quincy Rd; 1878 to 1879, chief clerk passenger department Western Union Rd at Racine, Wis.; 1879 to 1880, clerk passenger department Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Ry at Milwaukee, Wis.; 1880 to 1890, rate clerk and chief clerk in office of assistant general ticket and passenger agent Chicago Rock Island & Pacific Ry at Chicago, III.; 1890 to 1893, engaged in real estate business in Chicago; 1893 to 1897, chief clerk and assistant general passenger agent Cincinnati Hamilton & Dayton Ry at Cincinnati, O.; 1897 to date, general passenger agent New Orleans & Northeastern Rd, Alabama & Vicksburg and Vicksburg Shreveport & Pacific Rys.

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Smith, George M., General Agent Chicago St. Paul Minneapolis & Omaha Ry. Office Duluth, Minn.

Born Aug. 29, 1850, at Jefferson. Wis. Entered railway service Aug. 1, 1883, as general agent Chicago St. Paul Minneapolis & Omaha Ry at Duluth, Minn., which position he still holds.

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Smith, George P., Chief Engineer Lake Erie & Western and Indiana Illinois & Iowa Rds. Office Indianapolis, Ind.

Born March 7, 1859, at South Deerfield, Mass. Graduated from Institute of Technology, Worcester, Mass., 1885. Entered railway service June 1886, since which he has been consecutively to March 1887, draftsman in locating party Burlington & Missouri River Rd; April 1887 to April 1888, division engineer on constructed lines same road; May to Nov. 1888, division engineer on construction same road; Dec. 1888 to June 1894, resident engineer on completed lines same road; July 1894 to March 1895, resident engineer on construction same road; April 1895 to Jan. 1896. assistant foreman track department same road; Feb. to Sept. 1896, draftsman with J. H. Gray Structural Iron Works, Chicago; Oct. 1896 to April 1897, draftsmart with Lassig Bridge & Iron Works, Chicago; May 1897 to Sept. 1900, chief engineer St. Joseph & Grand Island Rd; Oct. 1900 to March 1902, first assistant engineer Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Ry; April 1902 to July 15, 1905, engineer maintenance of way Indiana Illinois & Iowa Rd; July 15, 1905, to date, chief engineer Lake Erie & Western and Indiana Illinois & Iowa Rds.

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Smith, George T., General Agent Pennsylvania Rd. Office New York, N. Y.

Born Apr11 29, 1855, at New York, N. Y. Graduated front Grammar School No. 35 to the College of the City of New York June 1870. Entered railway service 1872 as messenger in office of superintendent Star Union Line at New York, since which he has been consecutively bill of lading clerk, rate clerk, custom house clerk, cashier and chief clerk to general agent same line at New York; agent Pennsylvania Rd at New York; June 15, 1897, to July 15, 1901, eastern superintendent Star Union Line at New York; July 15, 1901, to date, general agent Pennsylvania Rd at New York.

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Smith, George W., Superintendent Machinery Missouri Pacific and St. Louis Iron Mountain & Southern Ry Systems. Office St. Louis, Mo.

Born Feb. 29, 1856, at Rochester, N. Y. Entered railway service 1870, since which he has been consecutively to 1872, engine wiper Chicago & Iowa Rd at Aurora, Ill.; 1872 to 1874, fireman Michigan Central Rd at Joliet, Ill.; 1874 to 1877, machinist apprentice same road at Jackson, Mich.; 1877 to 1878, machinist Chicago & Iowa Rd at Aurora, IlL; 1878 to 1882, machinist Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Rd at Topeka, Kan.; 1882 to 1886, foreman roundhouse at Argentine, Kan.; 1886 to 1889, master mechanic Middle and Southern divisions at Nickerson, Kan., and 1889 to March 1898, master mechanic Eastern division same road at Topeka, Ran.; March 1893 to Nov. 1899, superintendent machinery Santa Fe Pacific Rd at Albuquerque, N. M.; Nov. 1899 to April 1902, master mechanic same road at San Bernardino, Cal.; Oct. to Nov. 1899, also superintendent motive power San Francisco & San Joaquin Valley Ry; Nov. 1899 to April 1902, also master mechanic same road; Dec. 1899 to April 1902, also master mechanic Southern California Ry; May 1900 to April 1902, also master mechanic Rio Grande division Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Ry; April 1902 to Sept. 1902, master mechanic Dubuque, Omaha and Cherokee divisions Illinois Central Rd at Waterloo, Ia.; Sept. 1902 to June 1, 1903, assistant superintendent machinery same road; June 1, 1903, to April 1, 1904, master mechanic Chicago division same road in charge of Burnside shops; April 1, 1904, to March 9, 1905, superintendent motive power Chicago & Eastern Illinois at Danville, Ill.; Mach 9, 1905, to date, superintendent machinery Missouri Pacific and St. Louis Iron Mountain & Southern Rys.


Also see Smith Part 2

Source:
The Biographical Directory of
the Railway Officials of America
Edition of 1906
Edited and compiled by T. Addison Busbey
Associate Editor The Railway Age.
Chicago 1906

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