|Title||Train Service Time Book|
|Object Name||Book, Account|
|Year Range from||1945|
|Scope & Content||
One of fifteen railroad time books for Kenneth E. Goodson of Auburn, WA. Gray heavy paper with red printing. Drawing over cover of a man and the engine of a train. This covers January through December of 1945. Records the train number, engine he was working on, his hours, the Engineer, Fireman, Conductor or Brakeman he was working with, total miles, his rate of pay, total earnings, and deductions. Everything is written in pencil. Notes his identification as: Mr. Kenneth E. Goodson, 205 - H - St. - S.E., Auburn, Wash. employed by N.P.R., Brakeman. Incase of accident or illness notify Mrs. W.W. Goodson, telephone number 556W., 205 - H - St. - S.E. Auburn. There are multiple advertisements for the Continental Casualty Company, the railroad man's company.
Local Representative: Resident Agent, M. R. Boyle, 1809-No. 50 ME. 5113, Seattle 3, Wash.
|Collection||Auburn Railroad Collection|
|Credit Line||White River Valley Museum Collection, Gift of Rick Leach.|