US Army Heritage and Education Center
Contains the following type of material: photographs
Lehigh University - Linderman Library
The Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company was a prominent coal mining and shipping company first established in 1820 with the merger of the Lehigh Coal Mining Company and the Lehigh Navigation Company, both of which operated in the Lehigh Valley area of Pennsylvania beginning in 1818. The Company owned and operated an extensive system of coalmines in Pennsylvania's Carbon and Schuylkill Counties, two canals, and several railroads and railways. The Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company is credited with shaping the course of the American industrial revolution in Pennsylvania, as it contributed to innovation in transportation, manufacturing, and use of natural resources. The Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company records house the business records of the Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company. This collection dates from 1815 to 1940, the bulk from 1826 to 1913, and consists primarily of maps and drawings, along with a few related textual documents. This collection reveals how natural resources are ... Read More
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
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Professional and personal papers of a civil engineer related to railroad building in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Montana. Letter books contain letters to superiors and subordinates on technical aspects such as locations of lines, costs, legal problems, supplies, personnel, engineering problems, public relations, and, very occasionally, political matters. Also present are other letters, notebooks, voucher records, ledgers, bills, bridge elevations, sketch maps, and grading contracts, 1857-1894. Dodge worked on construction for the Milwaukee and Mississippi, Milwaukee and St. Paul, St. Paul and Chicago, Northern Pacific, St. Paul and Pacific, St. Paul and Duluth, Montana Central, and Hastings and Dakota railroads, and the Minnesota Railway Construction Company. Prominent correspondents include Frederick Billings and Russell Sage. Also includes family correspondence relating to Dodge's "Genealogy of the Dodge family of Essex County, Massachusetts" published in 1894, and to other personal ... Read More
Northwestern University
Album of original photographs recording the opening of the Busoga Railway. Unidentified photographer, 1912
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Papers of A.B. Cook and of several of his businesses -- Collection contains extensive correspondence (1888-1928) intermixing personal, ranch, construction, and other business matters. Among the most substantive correspondence is that with his personal secretary Hazel Alsterberg, who conducted much of his business dealings. In addition the A.B. Cook subgroup includes court papers, financial records, and legal documents, reports, and subject files concerning Helena property holdings, mining claims, etc. There is a large A.B. Cook Stock Farms subgroup concerning the operation of Cook's purebred Hereford cattle ranch. The subgroup includes financial records and extensive breeding records for his prize winning herd. There are also records for two other ranches that Cook owned: the Flying U Ranch near Bynum, Mont., and the the Stiles Cattle Company on the Standing Rock Reservation in North and South Dakota. In addition to the ranch records there are subgroups documenting Cook's railroad and ... Read More
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, minutes of board of directors, contracts, receipts, inventories, and easements, relating to the construction and operation of Long Island Railroad Company; together with letters from Weeks's wife, Susan Maria Jones Weeks (1802-1888). Correspondents include William F. Blydenburgh, George B. Fisk, and Benjamin Strong, all officials of the Long Island Railroad Company
Colorado Historical Society Library
Annual report (1868), abstracts (1865), U.S. Senate bill (1868), subscription books (1867), timetable (1868), agreements, statements, and maps


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