Massachusetts Historical Society
Papers of Boston commission merchant James M. Whiton consist primarily of records of the Boston, Concord (N.H.) and Montreal Railroad for which Whiton served as director. The records include correspondence, accounts, bills, and receipts related to the purchase of iron and financing for the railroad construction, stock, and day-to-day financial matters. Also, papers related to a legal dispute with the Connecticut and Passumsic River Railroad Co. over railroad lands in Vt., and reports of passengers and freight transported. Correspondents include Josiah Quincy, James N. Elkins, E.S. Stickney, Ira Goodall, and Charles Lane. The papers also include materials related to the formation of the Leyden Chapel in Boston in 1843 by members of the Salem St. Church (Congregational) and bills and receipts for Whiton's personal expenses
Massachusetts Historical Society
Notes of testimony of H.N. Hooper and others given to the Massachusetts General Court concerning the construction of a railroad by the Boston and Maine Railroad in an area already serviced by the Eastern Railroad
University of Virginia
The papers pertain to thornton's career as a University of Virginia professor of applied mathematics and engineering and as chairman of the faculty
University of Virginia
Three scenes in Bland County, Virginia, depict a coal mining village from a nearby mountain; a railroad trestle and culvert under construction; and the excavation of a foundation for "Mud Fork Dam" near Falls Mills, Virginia, by Walton and Company, contractors
University of Virginia
The letters chiefly convey family nes. Other topics include the sale of slaves, 1849; names and locations of family slaves hired out, some to a railroad near Abingdon, Va., 1856; the retreat from Harper's Ferry, where a relative was taken prisoner, 1862; army life and the war around Richmond, November 1862; and possible future of the 42nd Virginia Regiment, Second Brigade, Trimble's Division, May 15, 1863. Lt. Robert Lemmon of the 42nd Regiment and Thomas Franklin, [of the 2nd Regiment?] are correspondents
Cornell University Libraries
Daily, monthly, and yearly records of the operation of the railroad, including account books, letter books and correspondence, blueprints of construction and rights of way, company stock, schedules, tariffs, coupons, state, interstate, and federal reports, tickets, and excursion handbills
State Historical Society of North Dakota State Archives
Consists of minutes, correspondence, memoranda, and plans relating to the development of rail, highway, and air services in North Dakota
State Historical Society of North Dakota State Archives
Photographs copied from personal collection of Ralph M. Christensen during his Oral History Interview in Watford City (ND), McKenzie County. The interview can be found on Oral History tape 556A & B.
Library of Virginia
Contains letters received by the compny, field notes, reports, minutes of company meetings, certificates of stock subscriptions, petitions, and contracts

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