Cool Insurance Car Company images

Cool Insurance Car Company images

A few nice insurance car company images I found:

Your Honor, People’s Exhibit A
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Today, after talking to Montine a few different times, along with my dad, and 4 different airline people, I was a tiny bit stressed out about her making it home. I know she’ll be able to get home, but with the airline in Peru trying to jerk them around for more money, and me not knowing quite when she’s gonna actually get here, I was a little worried.

As I was trying to get home so I could call her back to give her the latest update, I was waiting for my turn to merge onto Highway 99. Unfortunately, I looked down for a split second at the wrong time and ran into the gentleman in front of me. We both pulled off to the side as not to impede traffic, I snapped a photo of the only damage done (to his car) and gave him all of my information.

When I got home, I called my insurance company, got the claim number, then called Mr. Olson. I’m hoping that this isn’t too much of a hassle. He said that had he been driving his car, it wouldn’t be a big deal, but it’s his wife’s car… so… we’ll see.

I’m -still- frazzled about it.

Image from page 827 of “Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine” (1920)
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Identifier: baltimoreohioemp11balt
Title: Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
Subjects: Railroads — Employees — Periodicals Railroads — United States — Employees
Publisher: [Baltimore, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad]
Contributing Library: University of Maryland, College Park
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation

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t and Eden. This Waiter an InformationBureau R. H. BUCY, report clerk, Car Fore-mans Office, Mt. Clare, says: Whena person rides the Baltimore and(.)hio he can always hear a good word fromother passengers about our Best andOnly. Recently Mr. Bucy was returning to hishome in Cumberland on No. i. Thewaiter from the diner came through withcoffee and sandwiches. Mr. Bucy boughta cup, as did an elderly woman who sat inthe seat ahead. He was surprised when heheard the woman ask the waiter about aberth that she was to occupy when shereached Cumberland, but he was still moresurprised when the waiter promptly gaveher all the information desired. A bureauof information could not have told hermore, declared Mr. Bucy. After the waiter had gone the womanturned to me and said, I have ridden onmany a railroad, but I dont believe thatany of them ever showed me more courtesy.Of course, I assured her that Baltimore andOhio employes are always glad to givewhatever help and courtesy they can at alltimes.

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Left: John J. Sell, OflSce of General Yardmaster, Cumberland, Md. Center: Oswald K. Eden, Engineering Department, Baltimore, Md. Right: Harry B. Kight, Traveling Passenger Agent, Cumberland, Md. l>aliimore and Ohio Magazine, January, 1^24 21 Fire Marshals Meet and DiscussMethods of Improving Fire PreventionWork on Railroad ON December 3 the first meeting of thefire marshals on the Eastern Lines washeld at Cumberland, lId. Here themen got together with B. S. Mace, superin-tendent of insurance, and discussed the possi-bilities of improving fire prevention standardsand activities on the Baltimore and Ohio. Those present were: Superintendent ofInsurance B. S. Mace, E. E. Alexander,supervisor. Timber Preservation, GreenSpring, W. Va.; Chief Ins])ector R. R.Hackett, Baltimore, Md., and InsuranceInspectors S. W. Bell and P. J. Reed, Balti-more, Md.; Fire Marshals H. Malloy,Locust Point, Md.; G. A. Torney, Mt. Clare,Md.; W. H. Gardner, Curtis Bay, Md.; J.N. Thinnes, East Side Shops, Phila

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Image from page 473 of “American engineer and railroad journal” (1893)
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Identifier: americanengineer69newy
Title: American engineer and railroad journal
Year: 1893 (1890s)
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Subjects: Railroad engineering Engineering Railroads Railroad cars
Publisher: New York : M.N. Forney
Contributing Library: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

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he institution of classes, and the provid-ing of specimens and drawings. Any employee of the company may become a member uponthe payment of dues that are 10 cents a month, and this entitleshim to draw books—except booksof reference—from the libra-ry and retain them for II days ; to have access to the reading-room and to all the privileges of the building, which includes hotand cold baths, the use of the lecture hall at noon for lunch,the lectures and entertainments. This lecture hall is a largeroom, with tables and benches that can be used for lunching,and a heating chamber, in which the lunches of the men arewarmed for them. At one end of the hall is a stage wellequipped with stock scenery, and upon which the dramaticability of the members has a chance to display itself. At pres-ent there are about Too members, and the records show thatsomething more than 16.000 volumes were drawn during theyear ending December 81, 1894. From what we have written, it will be understood that these

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•HAT-BAND SPINNING MACHINE. Among the outside attachments is the fire service. There isa regularly organized fire brigade with an engineer in constantattendance, and hose carts that are manned by employes inthe shop3 when an alarm is given. They are regularly drilled,and at intervals about the buildings and yards there are signalstations from which notice of a fire can be sent to the head-quarters of the companys brigade as well as to that of the cityfire department. Water is supplied by mains under pressure,so that no fire engine is needed, and a hose attachment to ahydrant is all that is required in order to throw a powerfulstream. Back of the hose-room is an accident-room, with all of the appli-ances for dressing wounds and caring for the patient. A tele-phon ■ connection enables a physician to be called at once, andarrangements have been made with several to respond to calls,so that one is always available. In connection with this de-partment there is an insurance society, in

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