32 items found relating to : Pennsylvania
|REDWOOD : THE HOME OF JOHN B. THAYER
"Redwood" the Estate of John B. Thayer, Vice President, Pennsylvania Railroad. This was located on Cheswold Lane, Haverford, Pennsylvania. ...
|The World Evening Edition (New York)||DIXON TAKES THAYER'S PLACE
The Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company to-day elected George D. Dixon, formerly freight traffic manager, a vice-president of the company in charge of traffic. Mr. Dixon fills a vacancy caused by the death of John B. Thayer,...
|8th May 1912|
|Philadelphia Inquirer||LOIS THAYER OF ROSEMONT; ACTIVE IN COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
Lois Thayer, 82, a member of a prominent Philadelphia family, died Saturday a the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. She lived at 103 Airdale Rd., Rosemont, PA. The former Lois Buchanan Cassatt, she was a great-great-niece of Jame...
|26th June 1977|
|Chicago Examiner||LAKE SHIP FLAGS LOWERED
Placed at Half-Mast in Memory of President J. B. Thayer Duluth, April 20--Flags were placed at half-mast on all ships of the Anchor Line in the harbor here today, out of respect for President J. B. Thayer of that lin...
|Philadelphia Inquirer||MRS. JOHN B. THAYER
Mrs. John B. Thayer, widow of John B. Thayer, prominent Philadelphian and Pennsylvania Railroad official, died yesterday on the 32nd anniversary of her husband's death in the Titanic disaster. She was 72. When the Titanic sunk on April 14,...
|15th April 1944|
|Daily Telegraph||TITANIC FOR MONTAUK, LONG ISLAND - 1910 VISION
Passengers to take railway connection to New York...
|27th October 1910|
|New York Times||HOW J. B. THAYER DIED
Swept from Raft to Which His Son Managed to Cling --- The manner in which John B. Thayer, Second Vice President of the Pennsylvania Railroad, met his death along with eighteen or twenty other men was described last night by Mrs. W. C. ...
|19th April 1912|
|New York Times||DEATH NOTICE
SMITH---James Clinch, lost on the Titanic, April 15. Memorial services will be held at St. James's Church, St. James, L. I., Saturday, May 11, at 3:30. Train leaves Pennsylvania Station at 1:25 P. M....
|9th May 1912|
|New York Times||MRS. POTTER GETS GIMBEL AWARD
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 28 (AP)---Mrs. Thomas Potter Jr., an active Red Cross worker since 1916, has received the eighth annual Gimbel Award presented to Philadelphias outstanding woman of 1939. Mrs. Potter, secretary of the Southeastern Pennsylvan...
|29th December 1939|
|New York Times||ACTRESS SUES DE CAMP
Horace S. De Camp, who married the widow of Daniel V. [sic] Marvin, one of the victims of the Titanic disaster, a year ago, has been sued by Miss Florence E. Clark, an actress, for $50,000 for breach of promise. Yesterday an application was made in ...
|19th December 1914|