Pennsylvania Railroad (Corporate Name) (associated name), McIntyre, Marian F. (interviewee), Fryer, Doris T. (interviewee), Vassallo, Geraldine (interviewee), Dorchard, Katherine (interviewee), Lukens, Robert (interviewer), Henke, Katherine (interviewer)
The railroad workers describe how they got their positions and what work they performed. They discuss sexism on the job, wages, uniforms and working during wartime. Interview conducted at Friends Meeting House in West Chester, Pa.
Mary Jayne's Railroad Specialities, Inc. (publisher)
On verso: 'Electric Locomotive Number 4879, a GG-1, at the headend of a crack passenger train ready to depart Pennsylvania Station, New York. These locomotives powered many of the Pennsy's passenger and freight trains beginning in the '30's, then saw service for the entire duration of Penn Central and now are being used by Amtrak and Conrail.'
On verso: 'This is the main station of the Pennsylvania Railroad System in New York City. It occupies about six city blocks, including its buildings and yards, and is situated between 7th and 8th Avenues at West 31st and 33rd Streets. The main entrance is on 7th Avenue.'