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Built 1886 from Espanola to Santa Fe, N.M., giving Denver and Rio Grande access to Santa Fe; company reorganized 1888 as Santa Fe Southern Railway Company; in 1895 as Rio Grande and Santa Fe Railroad Company; eventually became part of the Denver and Rio Grande
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence (2 boxes), chiefly between Benson and merchant shipowners Charles Brewer (Charles Brewer & Co.), discussing cargoes, provisions, repairs and other business matters involving the Martha Davis, including some letters between Benson's wife, Rebecca W. Benson, and the company regarding his estate and financial matters; shipping papers for the Viking (1865-1869) and Martha Davis (1873-1877); stamped and addressed envelopes (ca. 1876-1888) of the Martha Davis . Papers written by his daughter, Clara Benson are also included in the collection. The Benson's visited ports such as Hong Kong, Honolulu, and Boston
New Jersey Historical Society
Deeds, survey maps, wills, and other documents, pertaining to Ely-Rutherfurd family lands in Vernon Township, N.J. -- Includes letters of Edward A. Day, Henry B. DeKay, Daniel Kissam, and John Rutherfurd
University of West Florida,-- Special Collections Dept
Papers of McGill and Suarez families of Pensacola, Fla., including letters, land deeds, promissory notes, indentures, tax receipts, and other materials dealing with Joseph Suarez and his heirs (1836-1905) and Gerald Byrne McGill and his family (1905-1962). Subjects and writers include Isaac Hulse, Stephen R. Mallory II, the Navy Yard at Pensacola, St. John's Cemetery, Camp Ward No. 10 of the United Confederate Veterans, Spanish Fort, Ala., and Josiah Blakely, the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, and the Nixson family
Old Berwick Historical Society
Correspondence, diaries, court writs and other legal documents, deeds and property records, ledgers, bills, tax lists, estate papers, notebooks, printed materials, and other papers, relating to Oakes's legal career, business and community affairs, and other family members. Includes materials reflecting the professional association between Oakes and John Noble Goodwin, a lawyer, originally of South Berwick, who later served as governor of Arizona; court writs and other documents describing transactions of local businessmen and tradesmen; bills of Dr. Caleb Sanborn and yard goods merchant, Alonzo Stackpole; newspaper account of an 1854 South Berwick murder trial, presided over by Oakes; and South Berwick town tax lists, ledgers, and tax collector's notebooks
Atlantic County Historical Society
Deeds and patents from properties in Somerset, Worcester, and Talbot counties, Md -- Family names represented include Bowen and Ennis
Historical Museum of Southern Florida
Deeds relating to the purchase of land in Palm Beach County
Rutgers University Libraries
English deeds, leases, releases, and mortgages (1711-1893); surveyor's notes (1887) of the Goshen, N.Y., area; record of taxable property in Morrisville, Pa. (1856-1859); indentures (1804-1822) of Jane Clark relating to land purchases in Philadelphia, Pa.; receipts (1798-1821) of Comfort Tyler, of Albany, N.Y., relating to tracts of land in the Onondaga Reservation (N.Y.); and deeds (1860-1864) of Obadiah Van Voorhis, of Dutchess County, N.Y., for land in Livingston County, Ill.; and Burlington and Hunterdon counties deeds (1717-1786)
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, business records, deeds, receipts, contracts, amnesty papers, powers of attorney, insurance policies, and account book. Many of the papers relate to Williams's mercantile business, McKinney & Williams Company
Litchfield Historical Society
Eighteen deeds related to land bought and sold by Charles Adams, members of his family, and others in Litchfield, Conn