Stokes, William A.Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library90 items.Miscellaneous papers relating to Pennsylvania railroads, including accounts, 1840s, of Eli Kirk Price, lawyer, and trustee of the consolidated loan holders of the Philadelphia, Germantown, and Norristown Railroad, 1844-1848; papers concerning railroad construction and expansion in Pennsylvania in the 1850s; papers relating to various railroad companies in Pennsylvania; and papers concerning a committee of inquiry on which William A. Stokes served to make a report on the history of the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1874.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Lehigh Valley Railroad Company.Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department10 linear ft.The records of the Lehigh Valley Railroad Company consist of duplicate corporate records formerly in the custody of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Reading Company.Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department650 linear ft.The records of the Reading's subsidiary and predecessor companies consist primarily of corporate records, such as minute books, account books, stock ledgers, annual reports to the I.C.C., financial statements, charters, deeds and agreements.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Central Railroad Company of New Jersey.Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department27 linear ft.The surviving records of the Central Railroad Company of New Jersey are a series of fragments that had come into the possession of Conrail. The greater part of the company's records were destroyed during the 1967-1979 trusteeship. There are copies of many important CNJ documents in the records of the Reading Company at Hagley and in the records of the Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company at the Pennsylvania State Archives.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron Company.Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department2 linear ft.The records consist of copies of scattered company documents kept by the Reading Company after the divestiture.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives10 linear feet of shelf spaceHubert Simmons (1881-1967) was a Red Lodge, Montana, attorney, state legislator, and coal mine owner. Papers consist of five subgroups: Simmons' personal papers (1906-1967); Eagle Coal Company records (1918-1947); Owl Mining Company records (1930-1958); W.B. Innes and Company records (1919-1930); and Western States Coal Company records (1917-1927).Contact InformationFinding Aid
Syracuse University - Special Collections Research Center4600 v. (approx.)Administrative and financial records of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company include annual reports, working papers, Interstate Commerce Commission reports, state regulatory reports, financial papers, journals and ledgers. Also records from approximately 230 predecessor and subsidiary companies, including some non-railroad businesses.Contact InformationFinding Aid
West Virginia University - West Virginia and Regional History Collection8 ft. 3 in. (33 flat storage boxes)Records of the Pardee and Curting Lumber Company. Includes 55 account books in 9 series: 1) Bills Payable Bills Receivable (1 item); 2) Cash Books (9 items); 3) Cashier's Check Registers (9 items); 4) Check Registers and Records (5 items); 5) Day Book (1 item); 6) Journals (8 items); 7) Ledgers (4 items); 8) Petty Cash Books (2 items); 9) Sales Books and Shipping Books (17 items). These records are from company offices in Clarksburg, Curtin, and Sutton, and from logging operations in Braxton, Nicholas, and Webster counties, including the Cherry Run, Hominy, Palmer, and Sutton Mills. There are also 43 photographs documenting logging and coal mining operations, including mills and railroads. See scope and contents for link to photographs in West Virginia History OnView.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives22 linear feet of shelf spaceSamuel T. Hauser (1833-1914) was a Helena, Montana, Territory, pioneer, territorial governor (1885-1886), and entrepreneur in the fields of banking, mining, smelting, ranching, railroads, irrigation, and hydro-electric power. More than fifty percent of the collection is incoming correspondence (1864-1914). There are also outgoing correspondence, financial records, legal documents, organizational records, and reports. Included are thirty-eight subgroups of the Hauser family and Hauser's business enterprises.Contact InformationFinding Aid
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