Fair pay denied the railways for carrying the mails;
an earnest protest on behalf of the railroads of the United States presented to the Joint Committee of Congress against the conclusions of the Post Office Department in regard to railway pay for transporting the mails.
|Corporate Author:||Committee on Railway Mail Pay.|
|Related Names:||Peters, Ralph 1853-|
[New York? 1914]
Railway mail service
Railway mail service /
Signed: Committee on Railway Mail Pay. Ralph Peters, chairman.
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