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Conductor: study from life

Lyon's copper lightning conductor! The subscriber. having secured the exclusive right for the sale of Lyon's Copper lightning conductor! The subscriber, having secured the exclusive right for the sale of Lyon's Copper lightning conductor, for th

A kiss in the dark: mischievous conductor,--"dark tunnel, through in half an hour!" scene,--when the train struck the light in just 3 minutes

Passengers were swarming out and bothering the conductor and engineer with silly questions

Please, Mr. Conductor, don't put me off the train

Please, Mr. Conductor, don't put me off the train

Please, Mr. Conductor, don't put me off the train

Please, Mr. Conductor, don't put me off the train

Please, Mr. Conductor, don't put me off the train

Please, Mr. Conductor, don't put me off the train

Broadway conductor

Cover for 'La Rumba: Coleccion de Canciones Modernas para el Presente Año 1903', a conductor and a drummer performing on stage for an audience

"The conductor's delight"

Woman conductor, Berlin

Conductor from transit system selling papers on street, Philadelphia

Ralph Lyford, Ass't Conductor, Boston Opera, Mrs. Ralph Lyford (Ella Gillis) of Ballet

Giuseppe Angelini, conductor to the Melba-Williamson Opera Company, Sydney, 25 October 1911 / photograph by Melba Studio

Conductor Mr. J. Burke, Pa.

Super. J.L. Wilkes, Conductor' W.J., Burke, Pa.

Housemaid becomes car conductor

The Conductor

Railroad conductor and engineer

Philip Steegman, artist. Musicians and conductor I

Philip Steegman, artist. Musicians and conductor II

Gladys Moncrieff, singer, records with orchestra conducted by Gilbert Dechelette, HMV Studios, Sydney, ca. 1928-1932 / photographer Eden Studios

And where does the depreciation hook on? Wash. D.C. Women drivers of the District of Columbia, intent upon finding out why their cars turn right when they signal for a left turn, and vice versa, are attending a driving school sponsored by the D.C. Federation of Women's Clubs. A few of the class is shown here examining a chassis in an effort to find out why certain things happen when certain gadgets are pushed or pulled. From the left: Mrs. Harry W. Wiley, past Pres. D.C. Federation of Women's Clubs; Mrs. Frances Golsen, Organizer and Conductor of the School for Safe Driving; Mrs. Ruth H.Snodgrass, Recording Secretary of the Federation of Clubs, and Mrs. Ernest William Howard, Jr., Chairman of Police and Fire Committee of the D.C. Federation of Women's Clbs. 11/26/35

El Monte federal subsistence homesteads. 4 bedroom house. Rent $16.20 a month rent to apply. 8 in family 6 boys ages 1 to 14. Father street car conductor earns $100 month. Calif. 1936.

El Monte federal subsistence homesteads. 4 bedroom house. Rent $16.20 a month rent to apply. 8 in family 6 boys ages 1 to 14. Father street car conductor earns $100 month. Calif. 1936.

El Monte federal subsistence homesteads. 4 bedroom house. Rent $16.20 a month rent to apply. 8 in family 6 boys ages 1 to 14. Father street car conductor earns $100 month. Calif. 1936.

El Monte federal subsistence homesteads Four-bedroom house. Eight in family, six boys ages one to fourteen, California. Father is streetcar conductor, one hundred dollars a month. Pays sixteen dollars and twenty cents a month rent to apply on purchase

El Monte federal subsistence homesteads. 4 bedroom house. Rent $16.20 a month rent to apply. 8 in family 6 boys ages 1 to 14. Father street car conductor earns $100 month. Calif. 1936.

El Monte federal subsistence homesteads. Four-bedroom house. Eight in family, six boys, aged one to fourteen. Father is conductor (streetcar), one hundred dollars monthly. Pays sixteen dollars and twenty cents a month rent on purchase. California

Colored concert band, Norman L. Black, conductor

The Athletic & Recreation Dept. presents Nassau Suffolk W.P.A. Symphony Orchestra Guest artist Jeanne Gordon, soprano - Christos Vrionides, conductor : Popular & semi-classic music.

Conductor placing step for the passengers, Hagerstown, Maryland

Bridgeport Symphony Orchestra - Frank Foti, conductor

Bridgeport Symphony Orchestra - Frank Foti, conductor

American music festival - Bridgeport Symphony Orchestra - Frank Foti, conductor

Antal Dorati on the Australian tour of the Russian Ballet, ca. 1938 / photographer Nanette Kuehn

John L. Walter, conductor at Proviso yard of the C&NWRR. Mr. Walter has been employed on the railroad for 45 years, 32 of them as conductor. The red nose and cheeks are due to the below zero weather outside. Chicago, Ill.

Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe railroad conductor George E. Burton and engineer J.W. Edwards comparing time before pulling out of Corwith railroad yard for Chillicothe, Illinois; Chicago, Ill.

Southside Varsity Band concert, Harvey A. Sartorius, director, Southside High School, Rockville Centre Harwood Simmons, guest conductor.

Freight train conductor talking to railroad man who was in charge of shipping livestock. Cimarron, Colorado

Great Falls, Montana. Anaconda Wire and Cable Company. Reels of hollow conductor cable

Great Falls, Montana. Anaconda Wire and Cable Company. Reel of hollow conductor cable at end of stranding machine

Great Falls, Montana. Anaconda Wire and Cable Company. Reels of hollow conductor cable

Production. B-17F heavy bomber. At the big Boeing plant in Seattle a woman worker applies identifying numbers to electrical conductor wires to be used in B-17F (Flying Fortress) bombers. The Flying Fortress, a four-engine heavy bomber capable of flying at high altitudes, has performed with great credit in the South Pacific, over Germany and elsewhere

Washington, D.C. Russian war anniversary benefit at the Watergate. Sonia Trembach, singer with the Balalaika Orchestra, and conductor Paul Kovriga chatting with Paul Robeson backstage

Chicago, Illinois. Conductor John L. Walter getting his waybills before leaving a Chicago and Burlington railroad yard for Clinto, Iowa

Great Falls, Montana. Anaconda Wire and Cable Company. Stranding hollow conductor cable; the several wires in the frame revolve and are laid upon the spiral core, thus forming the hollow conductor cable

Herbert Rudolph James, machinist, Shell Finish Department, National Tube Company, McKeesport, Pennsylvania, has been awarded a Certificate of Individual Production Merit. Mr. James is by profession a musician--organist and conductor. At his suggestion a mechanism was incorporated into the torch whereby the oxygen and acetylene mixtures could be varied to create the desired flame

Chicago, Illinois. Conductor John L. Walter comparing time with his engineer before leaving a Chicago and Northwestern Railroad yard for Clinton, Iowa

Chicago, Illinois. Freight conductor (right) talking to a yardmaster as he waits for the caboose of his train to come by at a Chicago and Northwestern Railroad yard

Chicago, Illinois. Freight conductor boarding the caboose of a train bound for the west coast out of Chicago and Northwestern Railroad yard

Interlochen, Michigan. National music camp where 300 or more young musicians study symphonic music for eight weeks each summer. Night shot taken from side of stage showing footlights, orchestra, cast and conductor

Production. B-17F heavy bomber. Cutting electrical conductor wire to specified length for use in the construction of B-17F (Flying Fortress) bombers at the Boeing plant in Seattle. The Flying Fortress, a four-engine heavy bomber capable of flying at high altitudes, has performed with great credit in the South Pacific, over Germany and elsewhere

Boston Port Band

Great Falls, Montana. Anaconda Wire and Cable Company. Spiral twisted copper core for manufacture of hollow conductor cable

Tennessee Valley Authority. Railroad crews at Watts Bar Dam. Boss of all the "shacks," or trainmen, on a freight or passenger run is the "skipper," or train conductor. His job demands practical railroad experience, executive ability and common sense. This freight conductor captains a train carrying materials for the building of TVA's Watts Bar Dam

Production. B-25 "Billy Mitchell" bombers. Thousands of feet of insulated conductor wire that go into a North American B-25 bomber are sorted by this woman employee in the electrical assembly department at Inglewood, California. In addition to the battle-tested B-25 "Billy Mitchell" bomber, used in General Doolittle's raid on Tokyo, this plant produces the P-51 "Mustang" fighter plane which was first brought into prominence by the British raid on Dieppe

Chicago, Illinois. E. A. Morgan of Harvey, Illinois, freight conductor in an Illinois Central Railroad yard

Chicago, Illinois. E. A. Morgan of Harvey, Illinois., freight conductor on the Illinois Central railroads

Chicago, Illinois. Conductor hopping aboard the caboose of a southbound freight at an Illinois Central Railroad yard

Chicago, Illinois. Conductor waiting to hop aboard the caboose of a southbound freight at an Illinois Central Railroad yard

Chicago, Illinois. E. A. Morgan, of Harvey, Illinois, freight conductor in the Illinois Central Railroad

Great Falls, Montana. Anaconda Wire and Cable Company. Hollow conductor cable

Freight operations on the Indiana Harbor Belt railroad between Chicago, Illinois and Hammond, Indiana. Getting his way bills, Conductor Cunningham telephones his own yard-master the number of cars he has to handle and where the delivery is to be made

Calumet City, Illinois. Conductor waiting beside his caboose in the yards of the Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad

Freight operations on the Indiana Harbor Belt railroad between Chicago, Illinois and Hammond, Indiana. The conductor uses hand brakes on the caboose to stop it as it coasts down a siding

Freight operations on the Indiana Harbor Belt railroad between Chicago, Illinois and Hammond, Indiana. Conductor Cunningham makes an inspection of the train he is to deliver while on his way to the yard office

Freight operations on the Indiana Harbor Belt railroad between Chicago, Illinois and Hammond, Indiana. Conductor Cunningham reports at the yard office where the yard clerk gives him the waybills for the train and instructions to deliver it

Freight operations on the Indiana Harbor Belt railroad between Chicago, Illinois and Hammond, Indiana. As soon as the train is under way, Conductor Cunningham gets to work on his bills and records

Freight operations on the Indiana Harbor Belt railroad between Chicago, Illinois and Hammond, Indiana. While waiting for a signal, another train pulls up behind conductor Cunningham's

Freight train operations on the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad between Chicago and Northwestern Railroad between Chicago and Clinton, Iowa. The caboose is the conductor's second home. He always uses the same one and many conductors cook and sleep there while waiting for trains to take back from division points

Freight train operations on the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad between Chicago and Clinton, Iowa. The last two cars of the train carry very wide metal structures bound for the west coast. To see past them, the conductor sometimes needs to get out on the caboose platform

Freight train operations on the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad between Chicago and Clinton, Iowa. At the end of the trip, the engine goes off to the roundhouse as conductor Wolfsmith waves good-bye to the engine crew

Joliet, Illinois. A conductor giving an engineer the signal to apply and release the brakes before the train leaves on the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad between Chicago and Chillicothe, Illinois

Conductor J. S. Durham, of Fort Madison, Iowa, has been with the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad for twenty-six years. He started with the New York central railroad at Toledo, Ohio in 1917

Joilet, Illinois. Conductor giving the brakeman the signal to apply and release the brakes before the train leaves on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe

Fort Madison, Iowa. Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad conductor R. Byers of Chillicothe, Illinois, preparing to spend the night in a caboose at the end of a day's run

Vaughn, New Mexico. Conductor's chair in a caboose on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad. Glass rollers on the legs are old, insulators from the telephone lines

Conductor James M. Johnson and brakeman Jack Torbet of Waynoka, Oklahoma having lunch in the caboose on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad between Waynoka, Oklahoma and Canadian, Texas

Chicago, Illinois. Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad conductor, George E. Burton, getting his train orders at Corwith Yard before leaving for Chillicothe, Illinois

Ludlow, California. Conductor W.C. Scott inspecting his train on the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad between Needles and Barstow, California

Chicago, Illinois. Conductor giving the engine the OK sign when he arrives after a trip from Clinton, Iowa. The train has been left in the yard and the engine is on its way to the roundhouse. Mr. Wolfsmith, the conductor, can now go home

Chicago, Illinois. Conductor handling engineer copy of train orders before a Chicago and Northwestern Railroad freight train pulls out for Clinton, Iowa. Since the track between those points is under automatic train control, the engineer, in turn, hands the conductor the key to the automatic train control lock of the engine. The conductor will keep the key in the caboose until the train arrives at its destination

Baltimore, Maryland. Street car conductor

West Chicago, Illinois. Officers of Albert Keep Lodge, Number 364, International Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. Left to right: vice-president E.H. Schlueter, a yard engine foreman; treasury and local chairman, F.C. Ehredt, ticket collector and assistant conductor; legislative representative Carl Berkes, passenger brakeman and W.M. Hoag, president, a yard engine foreman

Freight operations on the Indiana Harbor Belt railroad between Chicago, Illinois and Hammond, Indiana. Having inspected the train, the conductor signals the ok with a "fusee"

Conductor James E. McCormick operating on a local freight train between Seligman, Arizona and Needles, California

Daniel Senise and his crew with their engine in an Indiana Harbor Belt Line railroad yard. Left to right: E.H. Albrecht, switchman; Edward Kletecka, fireman; John McCarthy, switchman; Daniel Senise, switchman, conductor and foreman; and F.K. Gwinner, engineer

Chicago, Illinois. Porters, conductor, and brakeman at Union Station

Vaughn, New Mexico. Conductor Ennis O'Niell of Clovis, New Mexico, who was about to leave on the return trip

Isleta, New Mexico. Conductor of a passing freight train on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad picking up a message

Wellington, Kansas. An Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad crew posing in front of their engine before pulling out of Wellington for Waynoka, Oklahoma. Left to right: D.C. Quivey, head brakeman; D.B. Wallingford, conductor; B.F. Hale, engineer; and fireman Walker

Dalies, New Mexico. Conductor C.W. Tevis picking up a message from a woman operator on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad between Belen and Gallup, New Mexico

Hart (vicinity), Missouri. The conductor uses his air valve in emergencies when it is necessary for him to stop the train along the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad between Fort Madison, Iowa and Marceline, Missouri

Dahinda, Illinois. On the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad between Chillicothe, Illinois to Fort Madison, Iowa, a coupling pin jumps loose and the train breaks in two. The conductor, riding on top of the train, signals the engineer as they back up in order to couple the cars together again

Dahinda, Illinois. A conductor on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad between Chillicothe, Illinois and Fort Madison, Iowa coupling two cars that had been disconnected