a person employed, especially by a railroad, bus company, or steamship line, to take charge of passengers' baggage.
Origin of baggagemaster
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At midnight I was checking my sample-trunk for Albany, and persuading the baggagemaster that 218 pounds were exactly 120.A Man of Samples
Wm. H. Maher