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Eiland read before the USRLB on 18 June 1924, soon after the conference in which the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and company officials ratified their 1920 agreement, these officials privately assured Association representatives that seniority rights of African American switchmen in the 1920 agreement were not "being properly enforced.
Jarvis was a life member of the Knights of Columbus, Alhambra Council, a member and past president of the Greendale Retired Men's Club, a past president of the Laymen's Retreat Lounge, a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and the United Transportation Union.
The Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen (BRT) and the other operating unions were willing to tolerate the presence of female employees (although not accept them as union members) for the duration of the war, provided that the company first recall all available pensioners and agree to suspend the maximum age limit of 45 at the time of first employment.