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The former employees pose for a group portrait. Pictured is Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hinton, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Whitlock, Henry Lee, Thomas Haskins, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Krim Bess, Mr. King, J. W. McCallister, Jr., D. B. Murphy of Clifton Forge, Va., E. L. Wiseman, Mr. Reese, and W. L. Taylor. The group was attending the 38th convention of the Veterans' association held in Greenbrier Valley Fair Grounds.
Daughter of Jeremiah Mills and Louisa Elva Cassell (Mills). Grace had one brother, Jeremiah IV, and four sisters, Mabel, Elizabeth, Susie, and Louisa Elva.Grace was born December 3, 1871. She was employed by the C. &  O. Railroad as a telegraph operator from July 1, 1893 to August 11, 1942. She died July 8, 1958.
The C. & O. engineer Burdette, pictured on the far right, laughs beside two unidentified men.
Legendary C. & O. engineer Richardson sits with his wife and children.
The legendary C. & O. engineer Richardson pictured with his wife.
A. B. Adams and Wm. Henry Arrington pictured beside the engine.
Engineer L. J. Brown, left, and fireman Lloyd Bryant, right, are pictured next to the locomotive.
Wm. Arrington pictured on the engine.
Pictured from left to right is J. E. Burdette (brakeman), O. C. "Battle Ax" Allen (conductor), Hobart Akers (brakeman), and Jack Sweeney (brakeman) with N. B. Allen (engineer) on the steps and C. L. Keaton (fireman) in the cab.
Two unidentified railroad employees stand beside Engine No. 201 on the C. & O. Railway.
Russell, father to Joe Neely, is pictured sitting at a desk while on a phone call.
Unidentified workers walk up and down the railroad tracks after Engine 1642 exploded.