Guide to the Daniel Lord papers
Amanda G. DeWilde
Sacramento Room, Sacramento Public LibraryCopyright 2017
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Language of Material: English
Contributing Institution: Sacramento Public Library, Sacramento Room
Title: Daniel Lord papers
Identifier/Call Number: MC 57
Physical Description: .1 Linear Feet (1 Archival Folder)
Date (inclusive): 1902-1953
Abstract: Daniel Lord worked as a conductor for the Southern Pacific Company in Sacramento from 1896 to 1952. This collection of records from his work for SP includes letters of commendation, photographs, records regarding membership in the Railway Conductors of America (1902-1952), and retirement documents.
Daniel Lord was born in Colfax, California, in 1875, the son of Placer County settler Thomas Jefferson Lord and. He moved to Sacramento at a young age and began work as a brakeman for Southern Pacific Company in 1896. He and his wife Edna (Kyburg) resided in the New Era Park neighborhood and had three children: Daniel, Lois and James. After a long and distinguished career as a conductor, Lord retired from SP in 1952 and passed away in 1953.
[Identification of item], Daniel Lord papers, MC 57, Sacramento Room, Sacramento Public Library, Sacramento, California.
This collection is comprised primarily of Daniel Lord's records from his employment for Southern Pacific Company. They include letters of commendation, photographs, records regarding membership in the Railway Conductors of America (1902-1952), and retirement documents. Of note are photographs of Daniel Lord posing in a rail car with passengers, and a letter from SP superintendent W. L. Hack extending his personal appreciation for the movement of President Herbert Hoover's train.