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R. R., the first steam railroad west of the Allegheny Mountains.
He was also chief engineer of several railroads in Louisiana.
William Bradford Gilbert, '28, was chief engineer of several
thousand miles of railroads in the Eastern states and the Middle
West, and William S. Campbell, '28, was a prominent railroad
engineer in Louisiana. Alfred W. Craven, '25, was chief engineer



348 NORWICH UNIVERSITY.

of several railroads and was one of the founders of the American
Society of Civil Engineers.

H. V. Morris, '36, Benjamin F. Marsh, '36, and John H.
Sargent, '38, were prominent engineers of many of the roads of the
Middle West; Franklin Wright, '34, was chief engineer of many
of the railroads in Pennsylvania and the South and Robert Frazer,
'36, was a consulting engineer in Philadelphia, serving for several
years as president of the Wilmington & Reading R. R.

Frederick W. Lander, '41, was chief engineer of several rail-
roads in New England and the Middle West and Asa Howe, '42,
was prominent in railroad work in Vermont, Pennsylvania and
Wisconsin. Charles E. Denison, '45, and Edmund B. Kellogg,
'45, were chief engineers of roads in Illinois.

Edwin McNeill, '45, gained distinction in the profession.
His most important work was the construction of the Dela-
ware, Lackawanna & Western R. R., through the Delaware Water
Gap, one of the most difficult pieces of engineering work in the
East. Simon M. Preston, '45, was the chief engineer of several
roads in Louisiana and Iowa; Napoleon Boardman, '47, was chief
engineer of many hundred miles of road in Wisconsin and Michigan
Francis Chase, '47, was engineer on several roads in Ohio, Illinois
and Michigan and Newell Gleason, '49, on several railroads in
Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and Iowa.

H. W. Holley, '50, was chief engineer of the Southern Minne-
sota R. R.; Joseph E. Young, '50, was chief engineer and promoter
of several of the railroads in the Middle West, and is now a con-
sulting engineer in Chicago, 111. Richard S. Little, '50, was a promi-
nent engineer on railways in Illinois and Wisconsin and J. B. T.
Mead, '51, was chief engineer on roads in Indiana and Illinois.

Grenville M. Dodge, '51, is one of the most prominent
railroad engineers of this country. He conducted the first railway
survey across the State of Iowa, but his greatest achievement was
the construction of the Union Pacific R. R., from Council Bluffs,
Iowa to Promontory Point, Utah. In the prosecution of this work
he conducted many thousand miles of reconnoissance surveys. He
has, as chief engineer, constructed over 20,000 miles of railroad,
and has made over 100,000 miles of reconnoisance surveys.

William H. Greenwood, '52, also became a distinguished
engineer, constructing over 4,000 miles of road. His most noted
work was the construction of the Denver & Rio Grande R. R.,
through the Royal Gorge in Colorado, and the construction of the
famous "swing bridge" on this road. Leonard J. Wright, '52,



CIVIL ENGINEERING WORK OF THE ALUMNI. 349

was engineer on several railroads in New England and in Pennsyl-
vania, and Benjamin F. George, '53, of Bennington, N. H., was
an engineer on several of the roads in the Middle West and in New
England. Walter Aiken, '53, was engineer in charge of the con-
struction of the road on Mt. Washington, in New Hampshire.
This was the first road of the kind built in the world. Sewall
Truax, '53, was chief engineer of the Walla Walla & Columbia
River R. R., the first road constructed in Washington. James E.
Ainsworth gained distinction as an engineer, having constructed
over 2000 miles of road. Holland Wheeler, '59, a prominent
engineer at Lawrence, Kan., was chief engineer on several of the
roads in Kansas and Nebraska. Charles T. Walcott, '59, of Green-
field, Mass., was an engineer on several of the railroads in New
England, and George V. Boutelle, '59, became a prominent engi-
neer on railroad work in Illinois.

Nicholas Tanco, '62, was a prominent engineer on railroads in
Cuba, Central and South America, and Lloyd B. Fuller, '64, of
Chicago, 111., has been the chief engineer of several railroads in
Illinois, Indiana and Missouri. " Horace C. Henry, '64, is one of
the best known railroad contractors in this country, having built
several thousands of miles of road for the Great Northern, Northern
Pacific, " Soo' ' System, and the Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul
Railroads. Nathaniel W. Ellis, '68, was an able assistant to
General ]\Ieigs, on the construction of a railroad from Arequipa
to Puno in Peru. William H. Wentworth, '68, was engineer on
several of the railroads in Louisiana and Texas. He has the dis-
tinction of running the longest tangent in America — 150 miles —
from the Mississippi river to Houston, Texas. He became one
of the best known engineers in Mexico. Charles G. Griffith, '72,
of New York City, was a prominent engineer on railroads in Mon-
tana and Colorado. Frank W. Conn, '81, had charge of extensive
railroad work in Mexico, Central and South America, and Charles
W. Mead, '81, became a prominent engineer on railroads in the
Philippine Islands and China. H. I. Bettis, '85, is a well known
railroad man at Los Angeles, Cal. Charles E. Collins, '90, was
engaged for some time in railroad work in Chile. R. H. Ford, '92,
is the first assistant engineer on the Missouri Pacific R. R. Frank
W. Denison, '98, is the first assistant engineer of the Central
Vermont R. R. Charles H. Eaton, '99, has engaged in railroad
work in Chile and Peru and now has charge of construction work
in Brazil. Carroll J. Scribner, '96, William Driscoll/00, Frank Strong
'02, H. M. Hobson, '02, Fritz L. Metzger, '03, and H. R. Dillingham,



350



NORWICH UNIVERSITY,



'04, are gaining deserved recognition as railroad engineers. Sev-
eral of the cadets became prominent on street railway construc-
tion. John P. Gould, '49, and Brownell Granger, '56, were chief
engineers on the construction of the first horse railways in Boston.
Charles J. Luck, '76, had charge of the construction of the first
cable car system in Chicago. H. C. Bancroft, '56, was president
of the Crosstown Street Railway in Colunil^us, Ohio, and Elias
B. Hart, '57, was the vice-pi esident of the Central Crosstown lines
in New York.



RAILROADS ON WHICH GRADUATES AND PAST CADETS

OF NORWICH UNIVERSITY HAVE SERVED,

WITH POSITIONS HELD.



Abilene & Southern.

Grcnville, M. Dodge, '51, Vicc-Pres.

Adirondack.

Henry Harding, '54, Asst. Eug.

Albany & Northern.

Joseph D. Allen, '25, Ch. Eng.

Albany & Susquehanna.

Moses Lane, '41, Res. Eng.
Allegheny Portage.

Moncure Robinson, '24, Ch. Eng.

Allegheny Valley.

Franklin Wright, '34, Ch. Eng.
Joseph E. Young, '50, Transitman.

American Central.

William H. Greenwood, '52, Asst. Eng.

Arequipa & Puno, Peru, S. A.

Nathaniel W. Ellis, '68, Div. Etig.
Atlantic, Birmingham & Atlantic.

Carl D. Hazen, '01, Asst. Eng.

Atlantic & St. Lawrence.

Asa W. H. Clapp, '23, Director.
Auburn & Syracuse.

Edwin F. Johnson, '25, Ch. Eng.

Baltimore & Ohio.

William Parker, '25, Supt.
Henrv J. Ranney, '28, Asst. Eng.
John'H. Vance ,'28, Asst. Eng.
Adelbert A. Hutchinson, '02, Asst. Eng.
Willard L. Fuller, '02, Asst. Eng.

Bangor & Oldtown. (Maine)
John A. Veazie, '57, Asst. Eng.

Barre, (Vt.)

Asa Howe, '43, Res. Eng.

Bedford, Bloomfield, Switz City &
Effingham. (111.)
Alonzo F. Estabrook, '36, Ch. Eng.

Bethel. (Vt.)

Robert H. Ford, '92, Ch. Eng.
Frank W. Denison, '98, Asst. Eng.
Guy H. Watson, '02, Res. Eng.

Big Four.

Willard L. Fuller, '02, Inst. Man.

Boston & Albany.

Sanders Irving, '27, Asst. Eng.
Charles T. Walcott, '58, Asst. Eng.



Horace W. Eddy, '67, Div. Master

Mechanic.
Charles E. Quimby, '91, Asst. Eng.
Carl D. Hazen, '01, Asst. Eng.
Leonard M. Newton, '01, Asst. Eng.
Guy M. Watson, '02, Asst. Eng.
Fay H. C. Graves, '07, Asst. Eng.

Boston, Concord & Montreal.

George Minot, '25, Treas.
Charles E. Tilton, '47, Director.

Boston & Lowell.

William Parker, '25, Supt.
Francis B. Crowninshield, '26, Pres.
Benjamin F. George, '53, Ch. Eng.
Richard S. Little, '50, Asst. Eng.
(Nashua to Wilton in N. H.)

Boston, Lowell & Nashua.

Benjamin F. George, '53, Prin. Asst.
Eng.

Boston & Maine.

William P. Parrott, '25, Ch. Eng.
Charles E. Tilton, '47, Director.
Charles H. Long, '55, Agent.
Jacob P. Gould, '49, "Stoneham

Branch" Ch. Eng.
Horace I. Bettis, '85, Asst. Eng.
Charles E. Quimby, '91, Asst. Eng.
Charles C. J. Evans, '92, Asst. Eng.
Howard C. Holden, '94, Asst. Eng.
Leonard J. Parker, '98, Asst. Eng.
Guy H. Watson, '02, Asst. Eng.

Boston & Providence.

William R. Lee, '25, Ch. Eng. and Supt.
Boston Revere Beach & Lynn.

Charles F. Parker, '90, Asst. Eng.
Howard C. Holden, '94, Ch. of Party.

Boston & Worcester.

William Parker,'25, Asst. Eng. and Supt.

Bowling Green & Tennessee.

George B. Adams, '39, Ch.Eng. and Pres.

Brinville & Eastern.

Holton R.'Dillingham, '04, Asst. Eng.

Bristol, (Vt.)

Clarence B. Riggs, '91, Asst. Eng.

Buckhannon & Northern. (W. Va.)

Fritz L. Metgzer, '03, Locating Eng.
Holton R. Dillingham, '04, Topographer.

Buffalo & Aurora.

William B. Gilbert, '28, Ch. Eng.



CIVIL ENGINEERS ON RAILWAYS.



351



Burlington & Missouri.
Bela S. Buell, '55. Asst. Eng.
Henry A. Burt, '73, Asst. Eng."'
William H. Saxc, '76, Asst. Auditor.

California Southern.

Frederick W. Gilbraith, '54, Contractor.

Camden & Atlantic.

Robert Frazor, '37, Consulting Eng.
Sec. and Treas. Pres.

Camden Branch.

Alfred ^^'. Craven, '26, Ch. Eng.

Canada & Atlantic.

Frederick M. Barstow, '78, Asst. Eng.
Canandaigua & Geneva.

Williaui B. Gilbert, '2S, Cli. Eng. ou
surveys.

Canadian Pacific.

Henry A. Burt, '73, Agent.

Caney Valley. (Missouri Pacific.)

Joseph E. Young, '50, Ch. Eng.
Canojoharie & Catskill.

Kdwin F. Johnson, '25, Res. Eng.
Canton-Hankow. (China.)

Charles A\'. Mead, 'SI, Ch. Eng. and .Supt.
Canton & New Philadelphia.

Joseph E. Young, '50, Construction Eng.
Cayuga & Susquehanna.

Edwin McXcill, '45. Asst. Eng.

Cedar Falls & Minnesota. (111. Cent.J
James E. Ainsworth, '53, Ch. Eng.

Central Pacific.

.Nathaniel W. Ellis, '68, Asst. Eng.
(iilbert W. Colby, '48, Asst. Eng.

Central Railway of New Jersey.

Edward D. Adams, '64, Chairman,

Board of directors.
John R. Moore, '73, Asst. Eng.

Central Military Tract.(C. B. & Q.
in lU.)
William H. Greenwood, '52, .\sst. Eng.

Central Vermont.

William R. Lee, '25, Supt.
Moses Lane, '41, Div. Eng.
Asa Howe, '43, Div. Eng.
Charles E. Denison, '45, Draftsman.
William H. Tucker, '47, Asst. Eng.
Myron R. Hurlbut, '67, Asst. Paymaster
William H. Hunt, '69, Paymaster.
William J. Dooley, '89, Ch. Train

Dispatcher.
Charles K. Quimbv, '91, Asst. Eng.
Robert H. Ford, '92, First Asst. Eng.
DeWitt C. Webb, '92, .\sst. Eng.-
Joseph H. Craigue, '92, Asst. Eng.
Carroll J. .Seribner, '96, .\sst. Eng.
Frank W. Denison, '98, First Asst. Eng.
Arthur E. Winslow, '98, ,Vsst. Eng.
Guy H. Watson, '02, A.sst. Eng.
Allan R. Willi.ams, '03, Aisst. Eng.
Charles F. Ciallup, '04, Asst. Eng.
William S. Hutchinson, '04, Asst. JOng.
John E. ( )'I)oiitH'l, 'OS, Asst. Eng.

Champlain & Connecticut River.
(Burlington & Rutland.)

William B. Gilbert, '28, Ch. Eng.

Champlain & Sanford.(New York.)

Fritz L. .Mctzger, '03, -Vsst. Eng.

Charleston & Nashville.

William P. Paul, '43, Contractor.



Cheyenne & Northern.

y iGrenville M. Dodge, '51, Director.

Chicago & Alton.

Lloyd B. Fuller, 'G4, Asst. Eng.
Chicago, Burlington & Pacific.

Simon M. Preston, '45, Ch.Eng. and Supt.
on Construction.

Chicago & Danville. (Big Four.)

Lloyd B. Fuller, '45, Ch. Eng.
Chicago, Dubuque & Minnesota.

James E. .A.insworth, '.53, Ch. Eng.
Chicago & Great Eastern. (Pennsyl-
vania.)

Jo.seph E. Young, '50, organizer ia
charge of construction; Vice-Pres.
•and Gen. Manager.

Chicago & Great Western.

Horace C. Henry, '64, Contractor.

Chicago, Iowa & Nebraska.

I Benjamin F. George, '58, Div. Eng.
Chicago, Michigan & St. Paul.

Napoleon lioardman, '47, in charge of
of surveys.

Henry Floyd, '48, .\sst. Eng.

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul.

Walter Delafield, '56, Asst. Eng.
Horace C. Henry, '64, Contractor.
Horace A. Clifford, '77, .\sst. Cashier.
Arthur E. Burr, '06, Instru. Man.

Chicago & Northwestern.

Joseph D. Allen, '25, Consulting Eng.
Henry V. Morris, '36, Asst. Eng.
Asa Howe, '43, Div. Eng.
Simon M. Preston, '45, Asst. Eng.
Napoleon Boardman, '47, in charge in

surveys.
Grenville M. Dodge, '51, Ch. Eng. of

charge of ^construction, ^Boye

Valley to Council Bluffs.
James E. Ainsworth, '53, Ch. Eng.

Chicago, Rockland & Pacific.

.Simon M. Preston, '45, .Supt. of con-
struction.

Chicago Terminal Transfer Co.

Edward D. Adams, '04, Pros.]

Chicago & Calumet.

Edward D. Adams, 64, Reorg.anizer.

Chile, Railways in

Frank W. Conn, '81, .Asst. Eng.

China, Railways in

Charles W. Me.ad, '81. Ch. Eng.

Chippewa Falls & Eastern Grand
Trunk.

Napoleon Boardman, '47, Ch. Eng.

Cincinnati, Peru & Chicago.

Newell Gleason, '49, Ch. Eng.

Cincinnati & Western.

William H. Hubbard, '52, Asst. Eng.

Cleveland, Akron & Columbus.

Jay Dyer, '38, Asst. Eng.

Cleveland to Columbus. (1845-47j
John H. Sargent, '38, Res. Eng.

Cleveland & Mahoning, (Ohio.)

Frederick Iviusman, '26, Director.
Cleveland & Pittsburg.

Henry W. Holley, '50, Asst. Eng.



SERVICE OF ALUMNI WITH RAILROADS.



353



Cleveland, Pittsburg & Wheeling.

William W. Chandler, '43, Gen. Frt.
Agent.

Colorado Central.

Grenville M. Dodge, '51, Ch. Eng. 1S70.
Colorado Midland.

Grenville ^i. Dodge, '51, Director.
Colorado & Southern.

Grenville M. Dodge, '51, Chairman
of Board of Directors.

George C. Randall, '04, Clerk, Car
Accountant's Office.

Timothy J. Holland, '07, Asst. Eng.

Dana H. Gilman, '06, Asst. Eng.

Harry A. Peabody, '03, Instru. Man.

Columbus & Indiana Central. (Pitts-
burg, Chicago & St. Louis)

Joseph E. Young, '50, Organizer and
Vice-Pres.

Columbus, Piqua & Indiana.

XeweU Gleason, '47, Asst. Eng.
Concord & Claremont. (N. H.)

Hamilton E. Perkins, '25, Pres.
Concord & Lebanon.

Benjamin F. Marsh, '36, Supt of Con-
struction.

Connecticut & Passumpsic.

Charles E. Denison, '45, Asst. Eng.
AYilliam H. Tucker, '47, Asst. Eng.

Connecticut River.

Benjamin F. Marsh, '36 Ch. Eng.
Charles T. Walcott, '5S, Asst. Eng.

Connecticut River Valley.

Simon M. Preston, '45, Asst. Eng.
Connecticut Valley.

Leonard J. Wright, '52, Asst. & Ch. Eng.
Contractor.

Council Bluffs & St. Louis.

Henry V. Morris, '36, Asst. Eng.
Crawfordsville & Fort Wayne.

Henry W. Holley, '50, Asst. Eng.
Cripple Creek, Short Line.

Grenville M. Dodge, '51, Director.
Denver, Greeley & Northwestern.

George J. Spear, '73, Pres.
Dubuque & Pacific.

.See Dubuque & Sioux City.
Dallas & Wichita. (Texas)

WilUam H. Wentworth, '68, Ch. Eng.
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western.

Edwin McNeill, '45, Ch. Eng.
Joel Amsden, '34, Res. Eng.
Frank P. Amsden, '59, Asst. Eng.

Denver & Gulf.

Edmond H. Ryim, '92, Asst. Eng.

Denver & Pacific.

WiUiam H. Greenwood, '52, Con-
sulting Eng.

Denver & Rio Grande.

AVilham H. Greenwood, '52, Gen.

Manager.
Charles W. Mead, '81, Locating Eng.

Denver & Rio GrandeJWestern.

Charles G. Griffith, '72, Locating Eng.

Des Moines Northern. (Now C. M.
& St. Paul.)

Grenville M. Dodge, '51, Pres.



Dubuque & Sioux City. (111. Central)

James E. Ainsworth, '53, Res. Eng.
Dubuque & Southwestern.

James E. .4insworth, '53, Ch. Eng.
Dubuque Western.

Newell Gleason, '49, Ch. Eng.
Duluth, South Shore & Atlantic.

Horace C. Henry, '64, Contractor.

Eagle Bridge. (N. Y.J

George H. Clark, '38, .\sst. Eng.
East Florida.

WiUiam Parker, '25, Ch. Eng.
Eastern Texas.

Benjamin F. Marsh, '35, Ch. Eng.
Erie.

Joseph D. Allen, '25, Ch. Eng.

Alfred W. Craven, '26, 1st. Asst. Eng.

Sanders Irving, '28, Asst. Eng.

Edwin McNeiU, '45, Asst. Eng.

Willard L. Fuller, '02, Asst. Eng.

Erie & Kalamazoo.

Wilham B. Gilbert, '28, Ch. Eng.
European & Northern. (Maine.)

Harlan P. Sargent, '59, Asst. Eng.
Evansville & Crawfordsville. (Ind.)

Alonzo F. Estabrook, '36, Ch. Eng.
Everett & Monte Cristo. (Wash.)

Horace C. Henry, '64, Contractor.
Fitchburg.

Charles T. Crocker, '53, Dir.

Thomas K. G. Wright, '56, Asst. Eng.

Charles T. Walcott, 58, Rodman.

Florida Central

See Tallahassee & Jacksonville.
Flushing & North Shore. (Long
Island)

Frank P. Amsden, '59, Res. Eng.

Fon-du-lac & Lake Superior. (C. &

N. W.)
Napoleon Boardman, '47, Ch. Eng.

Fort Wayne «Sb Chicago. (Pittsford,
Ft. Wayne & Chicago)
Joseph E. Young, '50, Construction Eng.
Fort Worth & Denver City.

Grenville M. Dodge, '51, Pres. of Con-
struction.
Dunbar R. Ransom, '51, Asst. Eng.

Foxburg & Clarion.

Benjamin B. Newton, '73, Construction
Eng.

France, Railroads in

Grenville M. Dodge. '51, Consulting Eng.
Fremont,Elkhorn & Missouri Valley.

James E. Ainsworth, '53, Ch. Eng.
Galena Union. (Illinois)

Francis Chase, '47, Ch. Eng.

Gaston & Raleigh.

George M. Totten, '27, Ch. Eng.

Georgia Central.

Randolph Coyle, '28, Div. Eng.
Seth B. Adams, '90, Asst. Eng.

Georgia Railway Co.

Benjamin F. Marsh, '36, Draftsman.

Georgia, Tennessee & Illinois.
Wright S. Prior, '89, Topographer.



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Gilbert Elevated.

^_ All'redjW.,Cravea, '26, Ch. Eng.
Oilman, Clinton & Springfield.
u^Lloyd B. Fuller, 'G4, Asst. Eng.
Grand Rapids & Lake Shore.
^_ Newell Gleasoii, '49, Ch. Eng.
Grand River Valley. (Michigan)

Newell.(Jleasoii,,'49,,Ch..Eng.

Grand Trunk Pacific.

Urosveuor_R. J4u(lsey, '07,^Instru. Man.
Great Falls & Conway.

George W. Balloch,,'47,^Gen. Frt. and
U- 'I'icket Agent.j

Great Northern.

Horace C. Henry, '64, Contractor.
' Charles G. Grittith, '72, Asst. Eug.|
Gua'^aquil & yuito. (iicuador.j

Charles E. ColUns, '90, Asst. Eng.

Charles H. Eaton, '99, Asst. Eng.

Guatamala.

Edward D. Adams, '64, Director.
Guatamala Central.

Frank \V. Conn, 'SI, Res. Eng.

Gulf & San Antonio.

WlUiam H. Greenwood, '52, Reconstruc-
tions, 1865.
Gulf & Ship Island.

William Driscoll, 'UO, Asst. Eng.
Hannibal & St. Joseph. (Mo.)

Edwin B. Patten, '5S, Asst. Eng.

Hartford & Erie.

Leonard J. Wright, '52, Locating Eng.
Hartford & New Haven.

Edwin F. Johnson, '25, Ch. Eng.
Havana & Renan. (Cuba)

WiUiam B. Gilbert, '2S, Asst. Eng.

Houston, East & West Texas.

William H. Wentworth, '68, Locating
Eng.
Houston & Texas Central.

William H. Wentworth, '68, Asst. Eng.

Housatonic & Naugatuck. (Conn.)

Henry Harding, '54, Asst. Eng.

Hudson River.

Sanders Irving, '28, Asst. Eng.
Henry Harding, '54, Asst. Eng.

Huntington & Broadtop.
Asa Howe, '43, Ch. Eng.

Illinois Central.

Hiram P. Woodworth, '25, Ch. Eng.
Truman B. Ransom, '25, Division Eng.
Wilham B. Gilbert, '28, Division Eng.
Jay Dyer, '38, Asst. Eng.
Charles Slack, '38, Division Eng.
Allen B. Slack, '39, Ch. Eng.
Francis Chase, '47, Ch. Eng.
Thomas E. G. Ransom, '51, Agent.
Grenville M. Dodge, '51. Transitman
Charles J. Linsley, '51, Asst. Eng.
George V. Boutelle, '59, Asst. Eng.
William Driscoll, '00, Asst. Eng.
Harry M. Hobsou, '02, Asst. Eng.

Illinois & Wisconsin.

Edwin F. Johnson, '25, Ch. Eng.

Indianapolis & Bellefontane.

Alouzo F. Estabrook, '35, Ch. Eng. ]



Indianapolis & Chicago.

._Newell Gleason, '49, Ch. Eng.
Indianapolis & Vincennes.
i^_^Alonzo F. Estabrook, '36, Ch. Eng.
International & Great Northern.
u_Grenville}M. Dodge, '51, Ch. Eng.
Iowa & Lansing.

NewelU Gleason, '49, Ch. Eng. on
Construction.

Iowa Eastern. (C. M. & St. P. )

James E. Ainsworth, '53, Ch. Eng.
Iowa Falls & Sioux City.

James E. Ainsworth, '53, Ch. Eng.
Jeffersonville. (Indiana.)

Benjamin F. Marsh, '35, Ch. Eng.

Newell Gleason, '49, Asst. Eng.

Kansas Central.

Holland Wheeler, ,'59, Asst. Eng.
Kansas City, Emporia & Southern.
(Santa te System)
Joseph E. Young, ' 50, Promoter.
Lloyd B. Fuller, '64, Ch. Eng.

Kansas City & Northern.

Henry V. Morris, '36, Asst. Eng.
Kansas City & Southern.

Lloyd B. Fuller, '64, Ch. Eng.

Kansas City, Memphis & Southern.

Lloyd B. Fuller, '64, Ch. Eng.

Kansas Pacific.

Wilham H. Greenwood, '52, Ch. Eng.
Holland Wheeler, '59, Asst. Eng.

Keokuk, Des Moines & Minnesota.
(Des Moines Ry.)
Carleton H. Perry, '23, Promoter,
Dir. and Mgr.
Lackawanna & Bloomsburg. (Penn)
Edwin McNeill, '45, Ch. Eng. and Pres.
Charles Ensworth, '46, Asst. Eng.
Lake Champlain&Connecticut River.
(Rutland & Burlington)
Napoleon Boardman, '47, Div. Eng.

Lake Ontario Shore Line.

Edwin F. Johnson, '25, Consulting Eng.

Lake Shore & Michigan Southern.

Curtis S. Barrett, '63, Asst. Eng.

Lawrence & Nashua Street Ry.

Wilham E. Lancaster, '00, Asst. Eng.

Leavenworth,Lawrence & Ft.Gibson.

Holland Wheeler, '59, Asst. Eng.
Leavenworth, Lawrence &Galveston.

John H. Osgood, '64, Asst. Eng.

Lebanon Springs. (Vt. & N. Y.)

Napoleon Boardman, '47, Prin. Asst.
Eng.

Lee & Hudson.

Charles T. Walcott, '58, First Asst. Eng.

Lexington & Ohio.

Henry J. Ranney, '27, Ch. Eng.

Little Kanawha.

Fritz L. Metzger, '03, Asst. Eng.
Stanley J. Parsons, '03, Asst. Eng
Holton R. Dillingham, '04, Asst. Eng.
Liverpool & Manchester. (England.)
Moncure Robinson, '24, Consulting Eng.



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355



Louisville, Cincinnati & Charleston,

Alfred W. Craven, '26, Div. Eng.
Lyons & Iowa Central.

Allen B. Slack, '3',), Ch. Eng.
Macon & Brunswick.

Edwin McNeill, '45, Locating Eng.
Mad River Valley.

Alfred W. Craven, '26, Asst. Eng.

Madeira-Mamore. (Brazil)

Charles H. Eaton, '99, Asst. Eng.
Manchester & Keene.

Benjamin F. George, '53, Ch. Eng. and
Supt.

Mansfield, Coldwater&Lake Michigan

Newell Gleason, '49, Ch. Eng.

Maple River. (Iowa)

.Tames E. Ainsworth, '53, Ch. Eng.
Marietta & Cincinnati.

Benjamin F. George, '53, Asst. Eng.

Marietta & Columbia.

Charles E. Denison, '45, Asst. Eng.

Marion & McPherson. (Kansas)
William H. Greenwood, '52, Ch. Eng.
Massachusetts Central.

Charles T. Walcott, '59, Div. Eng.
Maumee & Miami River.

Alonzo F. Estabrook, '35, Ch. Eng.

Memphis & Rio Grande.

James B Smith, '37, Asst. Eng.
Mexican Central.

Lloyd B. Fuller, '64, Gen. Supt.
Frank W. Conn, '81, Asst. Eng.

Mexican National.

WilUam H. Greenwood, '.52, Ch. Eng.
William H. Wentworth, '68, Div. Eng.
Carlton A. Rosa, '10, Instru. Man.

Mexican & Southern.

Granville JI. Dodge, '51, in charge of
surveys.

Mexican & Pacific.

Grenville M. Dodge, '51, Vice-Pres.
and Ch. Eng.

Michigan Air Line.

Joseph E. Young, '50, Promoter and

Manager.
Napoleon Boardman, '47, Ch. Eng.

Michigan Central.

Henry Floyd, '48, Asst. Eng.
Frederick M. Barstow, '78, Asst. Eng.

Michigan, Southern & Northern. Ind.

John H. Sargent, 39,' Div. Eng.

Milwaukee & Fon-du-lac.

Richard S. Little, '50, Asst. Eng.

Milwaukee & La Crosse.

Napoleon Boardman, '47, Ch. Eng.
Albert C. Tuttle, '56, Asst. Eng.
Benjamin M. Gilman, '57, Asst. Eng.

Milwaukee, Lake Shore & Western.
Horace C. Henry, '64, Contractor.

Milwaukee & Mississippi.

Richard S. Little, '50, Locating Eng.

Milwaukee & Northern.

Charles S. Denison, '69, A.sst. Eng.



Milwaukee & Watertown. (Columbus
to Portage, Wis.)

William B. Gilbert, '28, Ch. Eng.
Richard S. Little, '50, Locating Eng.

Mine Hill Navigation & Railway Co.

Alfred W. Craven, '26, Ch. Eng.
Mineral Railway. (Mexico)

William H. Wentworth, '68, Ch. Eng.
Minneapolis & St. Cloud.

William W. Howard, '05, Land Agent.
Minneapolis & St. Louis.

Horace C. Henry, '64, Contractor.

Minneapolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste.
Marie.
Horace C. Henry, '64, Contractor.
Mississippi & Missouri.

Grenville M. Dodge, '51, Prin.ALSst. Eng.,
Chief of party.

Minnesota Valley.

Benjamin JL Gilman, '57, Asst. Eng.
Missisquoi Valley. (Vt.)

William B. Gilbert, '28, Ch. Eng.
Missouri, Kansas & Texas.

Grenville M. Dodge, '51, Ch. Eng. of
construction in Texas and Pres.

Royal L. Burge, '52, Dir. Atty. and

Treas.
Horace C. Henry, '64, Contractor.



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