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Title
The Collis P. Huntington and Southern Pacific Railroad Workers
Creator
D. L. Joslyn
Date Created and/or Issued
1930
Contributing Institution
Sacramento Public Library
Collection
Sacramento Room Photographs
Rights Information
This image may be protected by Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.). Copyright restrictions applying to the reproduction and use of this image are available from the Sacramento Public Library.
Description
Pictured on October 13, 1930, is the Collis P. Huntington, also known as Engine Number One, and first locmotive purchased by the Southern Pacific Railroad. Posing before the engine are, left to right, G.A. Knoblaugh, erecting shop foreman, Henry W. Shartzer, tender shop foreman, Raymond J. Thomas, stow delivery foreman, N.L. McCracken, drop pit foreman, Otto Pfyffer, paint shop foreman, Ed Manzer, stripping gang foreman, and Richard Scott, machine shop pit foreman. The photograph was taken by drftsman D.L. Joslyn.
Type
Image
Identifier
2202
http://cdm15248.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15248coll1/id/2767
Subject
Railroads
Railroad, Southern Pacific
Portraits
Railroad Shops and Yards
Railroad Locomotives
Source
Sacramento Room Photograph Collection

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