Notes and correspondence relating to Kenneth Cantlie's career in mid-1950s

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Cantlie, Kenneth

Folder containing loose hand-written and typed notes, correspondence, copy letters and printed brochures relating to Kenneth Cantlie's career change in mid-1950s. Topics include pages of an annotated draft article on a rail trip through Yugoslavia with Wagons-Litts service (Oriental Express?) by Kenneth Cantlie (undated, written after 1945); hand-written list of names and notes mentioning Lister, brochures on lubrication; various typed and annotated drafts on the career of Kenneth Cantlie written when he was 56 years old outlining his education and work experience until mid-1950s, certificate of Kenneth Cantlie's employment at Locomotive Manufacturers Association (LMA) and reasons for leaving service in 1955 signed by LMA president T. A. Crowe; correspondence on Kenneth Cantlie seeking employment with various companies and organisations in mid-1950s, including the British Standards Institution, Auto Cam & Tool Co., Ruston & Hornsby Sheaf Ironworks (proposition of promoting engines for Caribbean sugar companies), brochure of Ministry of Labour's technical and scientific register for scientists and technologists, promotional photographic cards of Delaware & Hudson and Northern Pacific engines; letters and travel passes issued in 1937 for journeys Calais to Istanbul and Haydarpasa to Baghdad by Simplon Orient express and Taurus express.


1 file with 59 pages

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