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THE CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY COMPANY THE CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY COMPANY OF INDIANA OFFICE OF VALUATION COMMITTEE C&O LINES DECATUR AXTELL, CHAIRMAN J. P. NELSON E. M. THOMAS RICHMOND, VA. June 16, 1916-n-p Dear Mrs. Munford: I take the liberty of handing to you herewith copy of a little address that I made at my home in Lexington, Kentucky, at a gathering on the grounds of the State University of Kentucky, to dedicate a pretty  monument to the Builders of the First Railway West of the Alleghanies. I do this especially because of my reference to Margaret Ingels, who, this year, received at the School of Mechanical Engineering, the degree of Mechanical Engineer. I beg leave to remain, Your obedient servant, J. P. Nelson Mrs. B. B. Munford, 503 East Grace Street, Richmond, Va
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THE CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY COMPANY  
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THE CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY COMPANY OF INDIANA  
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OFFICE OF VALUATION COMMITTEE  
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C&O LINES  
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DECATUR AXTELL, CHAIRMAN  
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J. P. NELSON  
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E. M. THOMAS  
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RICHMOND, VA. June 16, 1916-n-p  
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Dear Mrs. Munford:  
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I take the liberty of handing to you herewith copy of a little address that I made at my home in Lexington, Kentucky, at a gathering on the grounds of the State University of Kentucky, to dedicate a pretty  monument to the Builders of the First Railway West of the Alleghanies. I do this especially because of my reference to Margaret Ingels, who, this year, received at the School of Mechanical Engineering, the degree of Mechanical Engineer.  
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I beg leave to remain,  
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Your obedient servant,  
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J. P. Nelson  
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Mrs. B. B. Munford,  
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503 East Grace Street,  
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Richmond, Va.

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THE CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY COMPANY THE CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY COMPANY OF INDIANA OFFICE OF VALUATION COMMITTEE

C&O LINES DECATUR AXTELL, CHAIRMAN J. P. NELSON E. M. THOMAS

RICHMOND, VA. June 16, 1916-n-p


Dear Mrs. Munford: I take the liberty of handing to you herewith copy of a little address that I made at my home in Lexington, Kentucky, at a gathering on the grounds of the State University of Kentucky, to dedicate a pretty monument to the Builders of the First Railway West of the Alleghanies. I do this especially because of my reference to Margaret Ingels, who, this year, received at the School of Mechanical Engineering, the degree of Mechanical Engineer. I beg leave to remain, Your obedient servant, J. P. Nelson

Mrs. B. B. Munford, 503 East Grace Street, Richmond, Va.