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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE,

1921-1922

The President, Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, Past Presidents and FREDERICK E. WEBSTER, President, Accountants’ Association. Cecil G, RICE, President, Claims Association. C. S. KIMBALL, President, Engineering Association. L. H. Palmer, President, Transportation and Traffic Association. PAUL Shoup, President, Pacific Electric Railway, San Francisco,

California. P. S. ARKWRIGHT, President, Georgia Railway and Power Company,

Atlanta, Georgia. H. G. BRADLEE, President, Stone and Webster Management Corpo

ration, Boston, Massachusetts. H. E. CHUBBUCK, Vice-President, Executive, Illinois Traction System,

Peoria, Illinois. R. P. STEVENS, President, Republic Railway and Light Company, New

York, New York. W. H. SAWYER, President, East St. Louis and Suburban Railway,

East St. Louis, Illinois. G. H. TONTRUP, President, National Safety Car and Equipment Com

pany, St. Louis, Missouri. THOMAS FINIGAN, Vice-President American Brake Shoe and Foundry

Company, Chicago, Illinois. SAMUEL M. CURWEN, President, The J. G. Brill Company, Philadelphia,

Pennsylvania. L. E. GOULD, President, Economy Electric Devices Company, Chicago,

Illinois. John G. BARRY, Manager Railway Department, General Electric Com

pany, Schenectady, New York. C. R. ELLICOTT, Eastern Manager, Westinghouse Air Brake Company, New York, New York.

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OFFICERS, 1922-1923

(Officers elected at the 1922 Convention.)

PRESIDENT:

C. D. EMMONS,
President, United Railways and Electric Company,

BALTIMORE,

MARYLAND.

FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT:

BRITTON I. BUDD, President, Metropolitan West Side Elevated Railway Company,

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.

SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT:

J. N. SHANNAHAN,
President, Newport News and Hampton Railway, Gas and

Electric Company,
HAMPTON, VIRGINIA.

THIRD VICE-PRESIDENT:

FRANK R. COATES,
President, Community Traction Company,

TOLEDO, OHIO

FOURTH VICE-PRESIDENT:

W. H. SAWYER, President, East St. Louis and Suburban Railway Company,

EAST ST. LOUIS, ILLINOIS.

TREASURER:
BARRON COLLIER,
President, Barron G. Collier, Inc.,

NEW YORK, N. Y.

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY:

J. W. WELSH,
8 WEST 40TH STREET, NEW YORK, N. Y.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE,

1922-1923

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The President, Vice-Presidents, Treasurer, Past Presidents and
W. G. NICHOLSON, President, Accountants' Association.
WALLACE MUIR, President, Claims Association.
L. C. Datz, President, Engineering Association.
G. T. SEELY, President, Transportation and Traffic Association.
H. G. BRADLEE, President, Stone and Webster Management Corpo-

ration, Boston, Massachusetts.
H. E. CHUBBUCK, Vice-President, Executive, Illinois Traction System,

Peoria, Illinois.
R. P. STEVENS, President, Republic Railway and Light Company, New

York, New York,
W. H. SAWYER, President, East St. Louis and Suburban Railway, East

St. Louis, Illinois.
SAMUEL M. CURWEN, President, The J. G. Brill Company, Philadelphia,

Pennsylvania.
L. E. Gould, President, Economy Electric Devices Company, Chicago,

Illinois.
John G. Barry, Manager Railway Department, General Electric Com-

pany, Schenectady, New York.
C. R. ELLICOTT, Eastern Manager, Westinghouse Air Brake Company,

New York, New York.
JAMES P. BARNES, President, Louisville Railway Company, Louisville,

Kentucky.
H. D. SHUTE, Vice-President, Westinghouse Electric Manufacturing

Company, East Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Arthur HALE, New England Representative of the Griffin Wheel Com-
pany, Boston, Massachusetts.

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COMMITTEES 1921-1922

COMMITTEE OF ONE HUNDRED HENRY A. BLAIR, President, Chicago Sur.

face Lines, Chicago, Ill. CHAIRMAN

CHARLES BOETTCHER, Chairman Board of Guy E. TRIPP, Chairman, Board of Directors, Denver Tramway Company, Directors, Westinghouse Electric and

Denver, Col. Manufacturing Company, New York,

H. G. BRADLEE, Senior Vice-President, N. Y.

Stone & Webster, Inc., Boston, Mass.

NICHOLAS F. BRADY, President, New York SECRETARY-TREASURER

Edison Company, New York, N. Y. HENRY R. HAYES, Stone & Webster, Inc., FRANK W. Brooks, President, Detroit New York, N. Y.

United Railways, Detroit, Mich.

H. M. BYLLESBY, President, H. M. Byllesby EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Company, Chicago, Ill. ARTHUR W. BRADY, President, Union

CLARENCE M. CLARK, President, E. W. Traction Company of Indiana, Anderson, Clark Management Corporation, PhilaInd.

delphia, Pa. BRITTON I. BUDD, President Metropolitan

B. C. COBB, Vice-President, Hodenpyl, West Side Elevated Railway Co.,

Hardy & Co., New York, N. Y. Chicago, Ill.

W. H. COLLINS, General Manager, Fonda, J. K. CHOATE, Vice-President, The J. G. Johnstown & Gloversville R. Ř., Glovers

White Management Corporation, New ville, N. Y.
York, N. Y.

E. G. CONNETTE, President, United Gas BARRON COLLIER, President, Barron G. and Electric Corporation, New York, Collier, Inc., New York, N. Y.

N. Y. S. M. CURWEN, President, J. G. Brill Com- NORMAN MCD. CRAWFORD, Vice-President, pany, Philadelphia, Pa.

Columbus Railway, Power and Light PHILIP H. GADSDEN, Vice-President, United Company, Columbus, Ga.

Gas: Improvement Company, Phila- THOMAS A. CROSS, Chairman of Board, delphia, Pa.

United Railways and Electric Company, PHILIP J. KEALY, Kansas City, Mo.

Baltimore, Md. Tros. N. McCARTER, President, Public GERHARD M. Dahl, Vice-President, Chase

Service Railway Company, Newark, N.J. National Bank, New York, N. Y. JAMES H. McGraw, President, McGraw- ARTHUR U. Davis, President, Aluminum

Hill Publishing Company, New York, Company of America, Pittsburgh, Pa. N. Y.

MOREAU DELANO, Brown Brothers, New RANDAL MORGAN, Vice-President, United York, N. Y. Gas Improvement Company, Phila

H. F. Dicke, General Manager, Utah delphia, Pa.

Light and Traction Company, Salt Lake JAMES D. MORTIMER, 149 Broadway, New City, Utah. York, N. Y.

A. C. DINKEY, President, Midvale Steel J. H. PARDEE, President, The J. G. White Company, Philadelphia, Pa.

Management Corporation, New York, HENRY L. DOHERTY, President, Hengy L. N. Y.

Doherty & Company, New York, N. Y. FRANCIS H. Sisson, Vice-President, Guar- WALLACE B. DONHAM, Vice-President, oid

anty Trust Company, New York, N. Y. Colony Trust Company, Boston, Mass. Lucius S. STORRS, President, The Con- R. J. DUNHAM, Vice-President, Armour and

necticut Company, New Haven, Conn. Company, Chicago, Ill. H. L. STUART, President, Halsey Stuart VAN HORN ELY, President, American RailCompany, Csicago, Ill.

ways Company, Philadelphia, Pa. O. B. Wilcox, Vice-President, Bonbright EDWIN C. FABER, Vice-President, Aurora, and Company, New York, N. Y.

Elgin & Chicago R. R. CO., Aurora, Ill. 0. D. YOUNG, Vice-President, General HERBERT FLEISHHACKER, President, AngloElectric Company, New York, N. Y.

London-Paris National Bank, San FranMEMBERS

cisco, Cal.

HENRY MILTON A. Ailes, Vice-President, Riggs

FLOWERS, President Fidelity

National Bank and Trust Co., Kansas National Bank, Washington, D. C.

City, Mo.
W. R. ALBERGER, Vice-President, San
Francisco-Oakland Terminal Rys. Co.,

ALLEN B. FORBES, President, Harris Forbes Oakland, Calif.

and Company, New York, N. Y. H. M. ATKINSON, Chairman Board of FRANK R. FORD, Ford, Bacon and Davis,

Directors, Georgia Railway and Power New York, N. Y.
Company, Atlanta, Ga.

FRANK W. FRUEAUFF, Henry L. Doherty JULIAN M. BAMBERGER, President, Bam

& Co., New York, N. Y. berger Electric Railroad Company, Salt Lake City, Utah.

FREDERICK GOFF, President, Cleveland S. R. BERTRON, Director, United Gas and Trust Company, Cleveland, Ohio.

Electric Engineering Corp., New York, GEORGE DE B. GREENE, E. H. Rollins & N. Y.

Sons, New York, N. Y.

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FRANKLIN T. Griffith, President, Portland

Railway, Light and Power Company,

Portland, Ore. E. K. HALL, Vice-President, American

Telephone and Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. W.F. HAM, President, Washington Railway

and Electric Co., Washington, D. C. GEORGE E. HAMILTON, President, Capital

Traction Company, Washington, D. Ci Geo. H. HARRIES, Vice-President, H. M.

Byllesby Company, Chicago, Ill. C. H. HARVEY, President, Knoxville Rail

way and Light Company, Knoxville,

Tenn. FRANCIS T. HOLMER, President, American

Cities Co., New York, N. Y. SAMUEL INSULL, President, Commonwealth

Edison Company, Chicago, Ill. A. B. LEACH, President, A. B. Leach and

Company, New York, N. Y. ARTHUR W. LOASBY, Vice-President, Equi

table Trust Company, New York, N. Y. HOMER LORING, Chairman, Public Trustees

Bay State Street Railway System,

Boston, Mass. HORACE Lowry, President, Twin City

Rapid Transit Company, Minneapolis,

Minn. A. M. LYNN, President, West Penn Rail

ways Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. RICHARD MCCULLOCH, 4394 Westminster

Place, St. Louis, Mo. WILLIAM B. McKINLEY, President, Illinois

Traction System, Peoria, Ill. SAMUEL MC ROBERTS, Executive Manager,

National City Rank, New York, N. Y. S. Z. MITCHELL, President, Electric Bond

and Share Company, New York, N. Y. THOMAS E. MITTEN, President, Phila

delphia Rapid Transit Company, Phila

delphia, Pa. J. K. NEWMAN, Room 820, 71 Broadway,

New York, N. Y. J.R. NUTT, President, Citizens Savings and

Trust Company, Cleveland, Ohio. E. H. OUTERBRIDGE, President, Pantasote

Company, New York, N. Y. A. T. PERKINS, Manager for Receiver,

United Railways of St. Louis, St. Louis,

Mo. J. S. PEVEAR, President and General

Manager, Birmingham Railway, Light

and Power Company, Birmingham, Ala. GEORGE M. REYNOLDS, Chairman, Board

of Directors, Commercial and Continental Trust and Savings Bank, Chicago,

111. E, W. RICE, JR., President, General Electric

Company, Schenectady, N. Y. RUSSELL ROBB, Senior Vice-President,

Stone & Webster, Inc., Boston, Mass. EDWIN W. ROBERTSON, President, Colum

bia Railway, Gas and Electric Co.,

Columbia, S.C. E. N. SANDERSON, Sanderson and Porter,

New York, N. Y. W. KESLEY SCHOEPF, President, Cincinnati

Traction Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. J. N. SHANNAHAN, President, Newport

News and Hampton Railway, Gas and

Electric Co., Hampton, Va. PAUL SHOUP, President, Pacific Electric

Railway Company, Los Angeles, Cal. CLEMENT C. SMITH, President, Wisconsin

Securities Company, Milwaukee, Wis.

JOHN J. STANLEY, President, Cleveland

Railways Company, Cleveland, Ohio. R. P. STEVENS, President, Pennsylvania.

Ohio Electric Company, New York, N.Y. CHARLES A. STONE, Chairman, Stone &

Webster, Inc., New York, N. Y. J. J. STORROW, Lee, Higginson and Com

pany, Boston, Mass. KNOX TAYLOR, President, Taylor-Whaľton

Iron and Steel Company, High Bridge,

N. J. A. W. THOMPSON, President, Philadelphia

Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. W. B. TUTTLE, First Vice-President, San

Antonio Public Service Company, San

Antonio, Tex. T. H. TUTWILER, President, Memphis

Street Railway Company, Memphis,

Tenn. WILLIAM VON PHUL, President, Market

Street Railway Company, San Francisco,

Calif. G. W. WATTLES, Chairman of the Board,

Omaha and Council Bluffs Street Ry.

Co., Omaha, Neb. EDWIN S. WEBSTER, President, Stone &

Webster, Inc., Boston, Mass. H. H. WESTINGHOUSE, Chairman, Westing

house Traction Brake Company, New

York, N. Y. THOMAS S. WHEELWRIGHT, President, Vir

ginia Railway and Power Company,

Richmond, Va. JAMES G. WHITE, President, J. G. White

and Company, New York, N. Y. HARRISON WILLIAMS, 60 Broadway, New

York, N. Y. TIMOTHY S. WILLIAMS, President, Brooklyn

Rapid Transit Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. J. H. WILSON, President, Mobile Light and Railroad Company, Mobile, Ala. COMPANY AND ASSOCIATE

MEMBERSHIP F. R. Coates, Chairman, President, Com

munity Traction Company, Toledo, O. M. B. LAMBERT, Manager, Railway Depart

ment, Westinghouse Electric & Manu

facturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pa. F. G. BUFFE, General Manager, Kansas City

Railways Company, Kansas City, Mo. E. P. WALLER, Manager, Railway Depart

ment, General Electric Company, Schenectudy, N. Y. HENRY H. NORRIS, Managing Editor,

Electric Railway Journal, New York City. P. N. JONES, General Manager for

Receivers, Pittsburgh Railways Company

Pittsburgh, Pa. J. H. HANNA, Vice-President, Capital

Traction Company, Washington, D. C. L. E. GOULD, President, Economy Electric

Devices Company, Chicago, Ill E. M. WALKER, General Manager, Terre

Haute, Indianapolis & Eastern Traction

Company, Terre Haute, Ind. E. F. WICKWIRE, Secretary, Ohio Brass

Company, Mansfield, O. ROLLA WELLS, Receiver, United Railways

of St. Louis, St. Louis, Mo. W. R. ALBERGER, Vice-President & General

Manager, San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railways, Oakland, Cal. W. S. RODGER, General Traffic Manager,

Detroit United Railway, Detroit, Mich.

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