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Shirley Elizabeth Webster was the daughter of Maynard S. Webster, a Baltimore Transit Co. streetcar motorman, and E. Pauline Webster, a homemaker.
In the photo above, in 1928, streetcar conductors and motormen are gathered at the entrance of the Canal Streetcar Barn, which extended back two full city blocks.
The motorman was put on trial but exonerated for his role in the crash.
In 1927, he was hired as a motorman for the Chicago Surface Lines, a streetcar service later absorbed by the Chicago Transit Authority, which still has Mr. Cawley’s insurance card on file.
The train’s motorman is also being interviewed, and will be subject to a drug and alcohol test.
Four ditch diggers carried Palmer to his house, accompanied by the other witnesses and the motorman and conductor of the streetcar.
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Definition of motorman for English Language Learners
: a man whose job is to drive a subway train or a streetcar
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