Letters, reports, orders, passes, and clippings relating to James Fay Bailey's career as a service inspector for the Pullman
Company. The collection includes Mr. Bailey's accounts and other documents regarding the rescue of passengers from the stranded
City of San Francisco passenger train during the winter of 1952, and passenger service following the 1952 Tehachapi earthquake.
James Fay Bailey was born November 12, 1916 in Dallas, Texas, and died October 5, 1976, in Walnut Creek, California. He worked
as a service inspector for the Pullman Company.
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