Who's Who list by name, surname beginning with W

  • Wacker, C. H. - President of Chicago Heights Terminal Transfer Railroad. (Pocket List 1907, p 267; Illinois PUC, 1915, p 1206)
  • Wade, J. H. - President of Cincinnati, Wabash & Michigan Railway; president of Valley Railroad. (Poor's 1887, p 45; Official List 1888, pp 55 and 191)
  • Wade, Levi Clifford (1843-1891) - President of Mexican Central Railroad 1884-1891 [preceded by Thomas Nickerson; succeeded by Stephen W. Reynolds]. (Official List 1888, p 118)
  • Wagner, George A. - President of Blackville, Aston & Newberry Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 15)
  • Wagner, Webster (1817-1883) - Founder of Wagner Palace Car Company.
  • Wainwright, Harry (1864-1923) - Carriage and Wagon Superintendent for South Eastern & Chatham Railway 1899-1913.
  • Waite, C. C. - President of Dayton & Union Railroad. (Poor's 1887, p 13)
  • Walden, Edwin - President of Boston, Revere Beach & Lynn Railroad; president of Boston, Winthrop & Shore Railroad. (Poor's 1887, p 19; Official List 1888, p 19)
  • Walker, Aldace Freeman (1842-1901) - Commissioner for Interstate Commerce Commission __-1889; chairman of Interstate Commerce Railway Association 1889-__; chairman of Western Traffic Association; president of Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway 1894-1895 [preceded by Joseph Reinhart; succeeded by Edward Payson Ripley].
  • Walker, Charles H. - President of Chicago Heights Street Railway. (Illinois PUC, 1915, p 1253)
  • Walker, Charles Vincent (1812-1882) - Electrician for South Eastern Railway 1845-1882; pioneered improvements to railway telecommunications including a method for transmitting the standard time to every station from the Royal Observatory, Greenwich.
  • Thomas D. Walker
    Thomas D. Walker in 1859
    Walker, Thomas D. - President of Wilmington & Manchester Railroad. (Lloyd 1859)
  • Wall, James H. - President of Big Falls Railway. (Wisconsin Railroad Commission 1897, p 14; Pocket List 1907, p 219)
  • Wallace, William A. - President of Beech Creek Railroad. (Poor's 1887, p 15; Official List 1888, p 13)
  • Waller, David Jewett, Sr. (1815-1893) - Sold land in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, for the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad's station there; involved in the construction of North & West Branch Railway 1880-1881; president of North & West Branch Railway; early promoter of Bloomsburg & Sullivan Railroad; arranged for the Lackawanna & Bloomsburg Railroad's station to be built on his land in Bloomsburg.
  • Waller, John E. - President of Skaneateles Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 176)
  • Wallis, H. - President of Carillon & Grenville Railroad. (Pocket List 1907, p 239)
  • Walschaerts, Egide (1820-1901) - Belgian mechanical engineer who developed the Walschaerts valve gear for steam locomotives; works manager for Belgian State Railways 1842-1901.
  • Walsh, E. C. - President of Rock Island Southern Railway. (Illinois PUC, 1915, p 1270)
  • Walsh, Julius S. - President of East St. Louis Belt Railroad; president of Granite City & Madison Belt Line Railroad; president of Illinois Transfer Railroad (subsidiary of TRRA); president of St. Louis Bridge Company (subsidiary of TRRA); president of Terminal Railroad of East St. Louis (subsidiary of TRRA); president of St. Louis Bridge & Tunnel Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 171; Illinois PUC 1915, pp 1214, 1217, 1220, 1237 and 1241)
  • Walsh, M. A. - President of Rock Island Southern Railroad. (Illinois PUC 1915, p 1270)
  • Walsh, Mike - President of Union Pacific Railroad 1987-__ [preceded by Andrew L. Lewis, Jr.].
  • Walsh, Patrick - President of Augusta & Summerville Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 9)
  • Walters, Henry - President and general manager of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. Chairman of the board of Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. (Poor's 1887, p 7; Official List 1888, p 9; Pocket List 1907, p 203; NY Times, May 22, 1918)
  • Walton, A. K. - President and treasurer of Brownstone & Middletown Railroad. (Pocket List 1907, p 227)
  • Ward, Henry - Director for London & North Western Railway.
  • Ward, Joseph (1856-1930) - New Zealand Minister of Railways 1900-1906.
  • Ward, Willis C. - President of Detroit & Charlevoix Railroad. (Pocket List 1907, p 307)
  • Warfield, Solomon Davies (1862-1927) - President of Seaboard Air Line Railroad.
  • Warren, C. D. - President of Algoma Central & Hudson Bay Railway. (Pocket List 1907, p 189)
  • Warren, R. Michael - Chief general manager of Toronto Transit Commission __-1981 [succeeded by Alf Savage].
  • Warriner, S. J. - President of Lehigh & New England Railroad. (NY Times, May 22, 1918)
  • J. B. Warring
    J. B. Warring in 1859
    Warring, J. B. - President of Cleveland & Toledo Railroad. (Lloyd 1859)
  • Warrington, George (1952-2007) - Began railroad career with New Jersey Transit in 1979, eventually promoted to Vice President and General Manager of NJT's rail operations.  Deputy Commissioner of New Jersey Department of Transportation 1990-1992.  Executive Director and President of Delaware River Port Authority and Port Authority Transit Corporation 1992-1994.  President of Amtrak's Northeast Corridor Business Unit 1994-1998; President of Amtrak 1998-2002 [preceded by Thomas M. Downs; succeeded by David L. Gunn].  Executive Director of New Jersey Transit 2002-2007.
  • Washburn, William D. (1831-1912) - First president of Soo Line Railroad 1883-1889 [succeeded by Thomas Lowry]; president of Minneapolis, Sault Ste Marie & Atlantic Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 123)
  • Washington, J. B. - President of Baltimore & Philadelphia Railroad (subsidiary of Baltimore & Ohio Railroad); president of Wheeling, Pittsburgh & Baltimore Railroad (B&O subsidiary); president of Somerset & Columbia Railroad (B&O subsidiary). (Poor's 1887, p 11)
  • Waters, M. - President of Warren & Farnsworth Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 193)
  • Watkin, Alfred Mellor - Locomotive superintendent of South Eastern Railway (England) until 1877 [succeeded by Richard Mansell].
  • Watkin, Edward (1819-1901) - Secretary for Trent Valley Railway 1845-1846; assistant to Mark Huish, general manager of London & North Western Railway, 1846-1852; secretary of Worcester & Hereford Railway 1852-1854; general manager of Manchester Sheffield & Lincolnshire Railway 1854-1862; chairman of MS&LR 1864-1894; strong proponent of the Canadian Pacific Railway's construction; assisted in construction of a line connecting Athens and Piraeus, Greece; director for Great Western Railway, Great Eastern Railway and eight other railways in the 1860s through the 1880s; early proponent of the Channel Tunnel.
  • Watkins, Hays T. - President of Baltimore & Ohio Railroad 1971-1979 [preceded by Gregory S. Devine; succeeded by John T. Collinson]; president of Chessie System 1974-__.
  • Watkins, J. Elfreth (1852-1903) - American railroad civil engineer and the first curator of the Smithsonian Institution's railroad artifacts, including John Bull.
  • Watson, C. W. - President of Cumberland & Pennsylvania Railroad. (Pocket List 1907, p 297)
  • Watson, Arthur - General manager of London & North Western Railway 1920-1923 (he was the last person to hold this office) [preceded by Isaac Thomas Williams].
  • Watt, Alexander - General manager of Morayshire Railway 1861-1881 [preceded by William Mills].
  • Watts, Frederick - President of Cumberland Valley Railroad __-1882 [succeeded by Thomas B. Kennedy]. (NYT, June 20, 1905)
  • Watzek, J. W. - President of Dixie Route. (Pocket List 1907, p 309)
  • Webb, Francis William (1836-1906) - Apprentice at Crewe Works 1851-1857; Chief Draughtsman at Crewe Works 1859-1861; Works Manager and Chief Assistant to John Ramsbottom at Crewe Works 1861-1866; Chief Mechanical Engineer of the London & North Western Railway 1871-1903 [preceded by John Ramsbottom; succeeded by George Whale].
  • Webb, W. S. - President of Wagner Palace Car Company. (Official List 1888, p 201)
  • Webber, W. L. - President of Saginaw, Tuscola & Huron Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 173)
  • Webster, Gary M. - Chief general manager of Toronto Transit Commission 2006-2012 [preceded by Rick Ducharme; succeeded by Andy Byford as CEO].
  • Webster, Jas. - President and general manager of Caraquet Railway. (Pocket List 1907, p 239)
  • Weed, James B. - President of Slate Run Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 181)
  • Weed, Smith M., Hon. - President of Chateguay Railroad. (Poor's 1887, p 31; Official List 1888, p 35)
  • Weeks, James H. - President of Long Island Rail Road 1847-1850 [preceded by George B. Fisk; succeeded by Isaac E. Haviland].
  • Welborn, J. F. - President of Colorado & Wyoming Railroad. (NY Times, May 22, 1918)
  • Welch, Benjamin G. - President and general manager of Williamsport & North Branch Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 197)
  • Wells, Calvin - President of Pittsburgh Forge & Iron Company (railroad supplies). (Poor's 1887, p 58)
  • Wells, J. W. - President and general manager of Dunbar & Wausaukee Railway. (Pocket List 1907, p 311)
  • Wells, W. W. - President of Albert Southern Railway. (Pocket List 1907, p 189)
  • Werbiski, Alexander - President of Rio Grande Railroad (Texas). (Official List 1888, p 166)
  • Wescott, E. - President of Anglesea Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 3)
  • Wescott, George P. - President of Portland & Rochester Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 161)
  • West, George - President of Ohio & North-Western Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 146)
  • West, L. P. - President of Conesus Lake Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 59)
  • West, Joseph R. (1822-1898) - Chairman of the United States Senate Committee on Railroads 1875-1877.
  • Westinghouse, George, Jr. (1846-1914) - Developed railroad air brakes in 1869, patented the Westinghouse air brake in 1872, organized the Westinghouse Air Brake Company (WABCO) soon after to produce and market the braking system, founded Union Switch and Signal Company in 1881. President of Standard Car Heating & Ventilating Company. (Poor's 1887, p 56)
  • Weyerhauser, F. - President of Chippewa River & Menomonie Railway. President of Duluth & Northeastern Railroad. (Wisconsin Railroad Commission 1897, p 20; Pocket List 1907, p 311)
  • Whale, George (1842-1910) - Began railway career in the shop working under James McConnell in 1858; continued under John Ramsbottom from 1862; Chief Mechanical Engineer of the London & North Western Railway 1903-1909 [preceded by Francis William Webb; succeeded by Charles Bowen Cooke]. Designed LNWR's Precursor class.
  • Wharton, William, Jr. - President of Delaware Bay & Cape May Railroad. (Poor's 1887, p 53)
  • Wheatley, Thomas (1821-__) - Chief mechanical engineer for North British Railway 1867-1874 [succeeded by Dugald Drummond].
  • Wheeler, Burton K. - Chairman of the Senate Interstate Commerce Committee.
  • Wheless, H. H. - President of Bodcaw Valley Railroad. (Pocket List 1907, p 221)
  • Whitcomb, Henry F. - Receiver for Wisconsin Central Railroad [with Howard Morris]. (Wisconsin Railroad Commission 1897, p 41)
  • Albert Smith White circa 1860
    Albert Smith White, circa 1860
    White, Albert Smith (1803-1864) - President of Indianapolis & La Fayette Railroad __-1856; president of Wabash & Western Railroad.
  • White, Alfred T. - President of Hannibal Bridge Company (subsidiary of both Wabash Railroad and Missouri Pacific Railway). (Illinois PUC, 1915, p 1218)
  • White, Roy B. - President of Baltimore & Ohio Railroad 1941-1953 [preceded by Daniel Willard; succeeded by Howard E. Simpson].
  • White, U. J. - President of St. Johns & Halifax Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 169)
  • White, W. C. - President of Cadiz Railroad. (Pocket List 1907, p 229)
  • White, W. H. - President of Boyne City, Gaylord & Alpena Railroad. President of Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac Railroad; president of Washington Southern Railway. (Pocket List 1907, p 225; NY Times; May 22, 1918)
  • Whitehead, Charles E. - President of Des Moines & Fort Dodge Railroad. (Poor's 1887, p 57)
  • Whitehead, J. B. - President of Bowden Lithia Springs Short Line. (Pocket List 1907, p 225)
  • Whitelegg, Robert (1871-1957) - Son of Thomas Whitelegg. Locomotive, carriage & wagon and marine superintendent for London, Tilbury & Southend Railway 1910-1912 [preceded by Thomas Whitelegg]; locomotive superintendent for Glasgow & South Western Railway 1918-1923 [preceded by Peter Drummond]; general manager of Beyer, Peacock & Company 1923-1929.
  • Whitelegg, Thomas (1836-1911) - Locomotive, carriage & wagon and marine superintendent for London, Tilbury & Southend Railway 1875-1910 [succeeded by Robert Whitelegg].
  • Whiting, H. A. - President of Monson Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 127)
  • Whitman, Reginald N. - United States Federal Railroad Administrator 1969-1970; president of Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad 1970-1975. (Railway Age, July 13, 1970, p 12)
  • Whitmer, R. F. - President of Dry Fork Railroad. (Pocket List 1907, p 309)
  • Alexander F. Whitney in 1938 Alexander F. Whitney in 1938
    Whitney, Alexander F. - President of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. (Palmer 1942)
  • Whitney, Asa (1791-1874) - After working to supervise the installation of cotton machinery, Asa was hired by the Mohawk & Hudson Railroad in 1830, eventually becoming superintendent; partnered with Matthias W. Baldwin 1842-1844 to produce steam locomotives; founded his railroad wheel manufacturing company in 1846, through which he authored a few patents on wheel design; president of Philadelphia & Reading Railroad __-1861.
  • Whitney, Henry A. - President of Boston & Providence Railroad; president of Providence, Warren & Bristol Railroad. (Poor's 1887, p 19; Official List 1888, pp 19 and 163)
  • Whyte, Frederick Methvan (1865-1941) - Mechanical engineer for New York Central Railroad who developed Whyte notation to describe the wheel arrangement of steam locomotives.
  • Whyte, William (1843-1914) - Station agent for West of Fyfe Railway 1862-1863; emigrated to Canada in 1863; hired on with the Grand Trunk Railway as a brakeman, working his way up to become superintendent; general superintendent of Credit Valley Railway 1882-1883; general superintendent of the Ontario and Quebec division of Canadian Pacific Railway 1883-1886, eastern division 1885-1886, western division 1886-1896, all western lines 1896-1901; assistant to the president of CPR 1901-1904; second vice president of CPR 1904-1910; vice president of CPR 1910-1911. (Poor's 1887, p 25; Official List 1888, p 27)
  • Wicker, Cassius Milton (1846-1913) - Assistant general freight agent for Chicago & North Western Railway 1871-1876; hired on Baltimore & Ohio Railroad as an agent in 1876, worked his way up to eventually become general manager of B&O's Illinois coal mines; commissioner for Chicago Freight Bureau 1882-1887; vice president of Colorado Eastern Railway 1887-1889; president of Zanesville & Ohio River Railway 1889-__; vice president of Forth Worth & Rio Grande Railway; vice president of Brooklyn, Queens County & Suburban Railroad; president of Hudson Valley Railway; president of Denver Railroad, Land & Coal Company; president of North Shore Traction Company.
  • Wickersham, C. A. - President of Altanta & West Point Railroad; president of Western Railroad of Alabama. (Pocket List 1907, p 201; NY Times, May 22, 1918)
  • Wickam, Williams Carter (1820-1888) - President of Virginia Central Railroad 1865-1868; president of Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad 1868-1869; stepped down to become vice president when Collis P. Huntington took over in 1869; served as vice president of C&O 1869-1878; receiver for C&O in 1878 until the railroad's reorganization as the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway, remained as second vice president of the new C&O 1878-1888.
  • Wiederhold, Fred - Inspector General of Amtrak __-2009.
  • Wigfall, S. - President of Bloomsburg & Sullivan Railroad. (Pocket List 1907, p 219)
  • Wiggins, William A. - President and general manager of Bowling Green & Toledo Railroad. (Poor's 1887, p 19; Official List 1888, p 19)
  • Wikoff, A. T. - President and general manager of Cleveland & Marietta Railroad. (Poor's 1887, p 47; Official List 1888, p 57)
  • Wilbur, E. P. - President of Lehigh Valley Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 111)
  • Wilbur, George B. - President of California Southern Railroad 1885-__ [preceded by Thomas Nckerson].
  • Wilcox, E. J. - President of Argentine Central Railway. (Pocket List 1907, p 191)
  • Wilcox, George G. - President of Chicago, Evanston & North Shore Railway. (Illinois PUC, 1915, p 1303)
  • Wilcox, H. C. - President of Meriden & Cromwell Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 118)
  • Wilcoxon, C. N. - President of Chicago, Lake Shore & South Bend Railway. (Illinois PUC, 1915, p 1254)
  • Wilgus, William J. (1865-1949) - Chief architect responsible for the 1902 design of Grand Central Station in New York City.
  • Wilkinson, J. B. - President of Alma & Little Rock Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 1)
  • Daniel Willard
    Daniel Willard at a meeting in the 1910s.
    Willard, Daniel (1861-1942) - President of Baltimore & Ohio Railroad (B&O) 1910-1941 [preceded by Oscar G. Murray; succeeded by Roy B. White]; president of Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Railway; president of Cincinnati, Indianapolis & Western Railway; president of Staten Island Rapid Transit; chairman of the board of directors for B&O 1941-1942. (NY Times, May 22, 1918; Illinois PUC, 1915, pp 1197 and 1212)
  • Williams, A. H. A. - President of Oxford & Henderson Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 149)
  • Williams, Ernest - President of Charlotte, Monroe & Columbia Railroad. (Pocket List 1907, p 247)
  • Williams, H. R. - President of Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway of Washington. (Pocket List 1907, p 275)
  • Williams, Helena - President of Long Island Rail Road 2007-__. [preceded by Raymond P. Kenny as acting president].
  • Williams, Isaac Thomas - General manager of London & North Western Railway 1919-1920 [preceded by Guy Calthorp; succeeded by Arthur Watson].
  • Williams, J. S. - President of Augusta & Florida Railway. President of Douglas, Augusta & Gulf Railway. (Pocket List 1907, pp 205 and 309)
  • Williams, Norman - President of Chicago, Santa Fe & California Railway (successor to Chicago & St. Louis Railroad, controlled by Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway); president of Joliet, Aurora & Northern Railroad. (Poor's 1887, p 43; Official List 1888, p 101)
  • Williams, Walter W. - Presdent of Egyptian Southern Railway. (Illinois PUC, 1915, p 1307)
  • Williamson, F. E. - President of New York Central Railroad.
  • Williamson, J. D. - President of Rome & Carrollton Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 166)
  • Willson, Walter C. - President and general manager of Crooked Creek Railroad. (Poor's 1887, p 51; Official List 1888, p 62)
  • Wilson, A. F. - President and general manager of Alabama Central Railway. (Pocket List 1907, p 189)
  • Wilson, A. M. - Superintendent of Reading & Columbia Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 165)
  • Wilson, Bluford - President of Chicago, Peoria & St. Louis Railroad; president of Alton Terminal Railway. (NY Times, May 22, 1918; Illinois PUC, 1915, pp 1196 and 1209)
  • Wilson, John T. - American track foreman who founded the Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employes in 1887.
  • Wilson, R. T. - President of Louisville, New Orleans & Texas Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 115)
  • Wilson, Robin H. H. - President of Long Island Rail Road 1981-1985 [preceded by Daniel T. Scannell; succeeded by Bruce C. McIver].
  • Wimsatt, W. A. - President of Dover & South Bound Railroad. (Pocket List 1907, p 309)
  • Winburn, W. A. - President of Central of Georgia Railroad. (NY Times, May 22, 1918)
  • B. L. Winchell in 1904 B. L. Winchell in 1904
    Winchell, B. L. - President of the Rock Island System 1904-__ [preceded by W. B. Leeds], including the Chicago, Rock Island & El Paso Railway, Chicago, Rock Island & Gulf Railway and the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway. (The Railroad Men, May 1904; Pocket List 1907, pp 275 and 277)
  • Winder, J. H. - President of Athens, Amesville & Chauncey Railway. President of Atlantic & Western Railroad. (Pocket List 1907, pp 201 and 203)
  • Wing, D. L. - President and general manager of St. Louis & Chicago Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 170)
  • Winner, W. E. - President of Kansas City, Independence & Park Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 103)
  • Winslow, E. F. - President of St. Louis-San Francisco Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 170)
  • Winter, Edwin W. (born 1845) - President of Northern Pacific Railway 1896 [preceded by Edward Dean Adams; succeeded by Charles Sanger Mellen]. President of Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company 1902-__. Receiver for Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad. (Pocket List 1907, p 227)
  • Wolcott, Henry R. - President of Denver, Utah & Pacific Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 71)
  • Wolf, L. J. - President of Aurora, Elgin & Chicago Railroad. (Illinois PUC, 1915, p 1247)
  • Wolff, Frederick - President of Cincinnati, Selma & Mobile Railway. (Poor's 1887, p 45; Official List 1888, p 7)
  • Wolverton, W. H. - President of Kansas City & Pacific Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 103)
  • Wood, Henry - General manager of Arkansas Valley Route. (Poor's 1887, p 3)
  • Wood, Jos. - President of Cincinnati & Muskingum Valley Railroad. President of Cleveland, Akron & Columbus Railway. (Pocket List 1907, pp 283 and 287)
  • Wood, Josiah - President of New Brunswick & Prince Edward Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 131)
  • Woodruff, Robert Eastman (1884-1957) - President of Erie Railroad 1939-1949 [preceded by Charles Eugene Denney; succeeded by Paul W. Johnston].
  • Woolworth, C. C. - General superintendent of New York Central, Hudson River & Fort Orange Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 139)
  • Worcester, E. D. - President of Dunkirk, Allegheny Valley & Pittsburgh Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 73)
  • Worsdell, T. W. - Chief Mechanical Engineer for Great Eastern Railway 1881-1885; Chief Mechanical Engineer for North Eastern Railway 1885-1890.
  • Worsdell, W. - Chief Mechanical Engineer for North Eastern Railway 1890-1910.
  • Worthington, B. A. - President of Cincinnati, Indiana & Western Railroad. (NY Times, May 22, 1918)
  • Wragge, Edmund - Chief Mechanical Engineer for the Toronto, Grey & Bruce Railway.
  • Wrenshall, J. C. - Receiver for Danville & New River Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 63)
  • Wright, C. B., Jr. - President of Rio Grande & Eagle Pass Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 166)
  • Wright, F. C. - President of Chicago Short Line Railway. (Illinois PUC, 1915, p 1211)
  • Wright, J. H. - President of Arkansas Central Railroad (Pocket List 1907, p 193)
  • Wright, W. H. - Treasurer and agent for Tuskegee Railroad. (Official List 1888, p 187)
  • Wyer, William - Trustee for Long Island Rail Road 1951-1954 [preceded by William H. Draper; succeded by Walter S. Franklin as president].
  • Wylie, J. S. - President of Iowa Northern Railroad. (Official List 1888, pp 99 and 101)
  • Wyman, Isaac C. - President of Book Cliff Railroad. (Pocket List 1907, p 221)
  • Wynne, Robert J. - President of Decatur Southern Traction Railway. (Illinois PUC, 1915, p 1305)

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