I may not get to see you as often as I like. I may not get to hold you in my arms all through the night. But deep in my heart I truly know, you’re the one that I love, and I can’t let you go.
Letter from sales rep/treasurer for the Gatling Gun Co. to John Work Garrett, then president of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, advising future use of the company’s flagship product to gain the upper hand during situations of civil unrest. Dated August 24, 1877, this letter immediately followed the Railroad Strike of 1877, which saw particularly violent outcomes in Baltimore, Pittsburgh, and Chicago. (originally posted by Maryland Labor History, Google Group)
Window washers at the Children’s hospital in Pittsburg. <3 <3 <3!!!