California Historical Society - North Baker Research Library
1 manuscript letter, dated 1872 May 28, from M. Baird & Co. in Philadelphia to Sutro Tunnel Co. in Washington, D.C., containing pricing information for 3 Baldwin locomotives, accompanied by a Baldwin Locomotive Works catalog, dated May 1870, presenting several varieties of small locomotives for mines, manufactories, narrow-gauge branches, and other special service. Catalog is illustrated with 3 mounted albumen prints
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The six pocket notebooks were carried by Austin on separate trips between 1879 and 1892. The trips were undertaken to confer with representatives of Baldwin's customer railroads concerning proposed designs or faulty performance of Baldwin locomotives
History Colorado
SCOPE AND CONTENTS . 5 BUREAU OF RAILWAY ECONOMICS . 7 BUS & TRUCK OPERATIONS 7 CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE . 7 CORRESPONDENCE . 16 FINANCIAL PAPERS 18 HISTORIES 28 LEGAL PAPERS 29 MAPS . 44 PERSONNEL . 47 PUBLICATIONS 48 PUBLICITY/PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS 52 RAILROAD OPERATIONS . 64 RECEIVERSHIPS 84 REORGANIZATIONS 86 UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION 88 NEWSCLIPPINGS . 90 MISCELLANEOUS 90 ITEMS FROM EPHEMERA FILES . 92 INDEX 93 APPENDIX . 95 ABBREVIATIONS AT&SF - Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe C, ...
University of Virginia - Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library
Scope and Content Information The Low Moor Iron Company papers consist of approximately 280 four-inch Hollinger archives boxes (ca. 95 linear feet) of records, ca. 1885-1927, and some 1200 bound volumes of the company's accounting records, 1873-1927, of this iron producing company located in Low Moor (four miles southwest of Clifton Forge), Alleghany County, Virginia. This material consists of records typical of those produced by a firm of this type in the period, but as the company owned its own coal and iron mines and limestone quarries, there is considerable information about the production of these raw materials. Large numbers of the records that deal with the company's employees have survived: time books, payroll books, hands ledgers, and the like. Because these books sometimes include information about the employee's trade or job with the company, and as race is indicated in some of the records, these books should provide date for studies of the structure and upward mobility ... Read More
Stanford University
The MARL collection is dedicated to the study of all aspects of musical acoustics. The collection, established in 1996, came about through the joint effort of the representatives of the Catgut Acoustical Society (CAS), founded by Carleen M. Hutchins and devoted to the study of violin making; Stanford’s Center for Computer Research in Music Acoustics (CCRMA), and Virginia Benade, the widow of the wind instrument acoustician Arthur Benade. MARL consists of the research materials from acousticians around the world who were dedicated to studying different aspects of violin making, which make up the Catgut Acoustical Society papers, and the archives of three prominent wind instrument acousticians of our time, John Backus, John W. Coltman, and especially Arthur H. Benade, which deal not only wiht wind instruments, but also room acoustics, and the interplay between acoustical physics and the mechanisms of auditory processing. The collection consists of papers, photographs, media, digital ... Read More