Business & Finance: Rea-Atterbury

Samuel Rea, President of the Pennsylvania Railroad system, will retire in 1925 at the age of 70. His probable successor is W. W. Atterbury, Vice President, in charge of operation.

General Atterbury, except during his service with the A. E. F. in France, has been connected with the Pennsylvania ever since he was graduated from Yale in 1886. He began as apprentice in the Altoona, Pa., shops, became road foreman, assistant engineer, master mechanic, general superintendent of motive power, general manager, Vice President.

Samuel Rea began as a clerk in a country store. At...

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