Who was "M.S.S." ?

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Sun Oct 10 10:45:11 EDT 2004

Many of the N&W employee timetables (from the 1930s and 1940s) which have 
turned up on the market over the last few decades are marked in pencil with the 
initials "M.S.S." on the upper right corner of the cover.

My guess is that "M.S.S." worked in the General Office Building, because his 
mark appears on the timetables of more than one division, and because they 
show virtually no wear.  Or, he may have been affiliated with the Railway & 
Locomotive Historical Society, as MSS's timetables often show up alongside those 
stamped "Railway & Loco Hist Society."

Who know this old feller, "M.S.S." ?

-- abramoslav,
                a newbie
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