Includes employment records, time books, and yard notices documenting Harry Clarence Ladnier, Jr.'s career as a switchman
with Southern Pacific Company.
Harry Clarence Ladnier, Jr. was born in Biloxi, Mississsippi on August 13, 1912. He was a veteran of the United States Air
Force, having served in World War II.
He joined Southern Pacific and became a switchman in Los Angeles on November 6, 1944. Mr. Ladnier was badly injured in an
accident on August 11, 1960.
He and his wife Eva (Brown) had a son and three daughters. Mr. Ladnier died on February 22, 1973.
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