Consists of 135 Freight Conductors Train Books, which are day by day entries of the details of individual runs.
Clifford A. Starr was a Southern Pacific Railroad employee from 1900 until 1947. He worked as a brakeman until 1907 and then
as a conductor for the rest of his career, primarily in the San Joaquin Division. Throughout his life he was a member of
the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, the Order of Railway Conductors of America, and the United Transportation Union. His
Southern Pacific 1919 pass names him local chairman of the Order of Railway Conductors.
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Collection is open for research.