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Jeff S. Asay Collection,

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Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Date
1880-1988
Creator
Asay, Jeff S.
Collection Number
MS 83
  1 document  
Date
1880-1988
Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Creator
Asay, Jeff S.
Scope and Content
This collection consists of research material Mr. Asay used in the writing of his most recent book
History / Biographical
Jeff Asay has been a staff attorney with Union Pacific Railroad since 1973. From 1978 to 1986 he was assigned to the Portland regional office, where he developed an interest in the history of Union Pacific in the Northwest and collected research materials for his book
Source Record ID
MS 83
Collection Number
MS 83
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Lucius Morris Beebe Collection,

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Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Date
1921-1966
Creator
Beebe, Lucius Morris, 1902-1966
Collection Number
MS 61
  1 document  
Date
1921-1966
Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Creator
Beebe, Lucius Morris, 1902-1966
Scope and Content
Letters, manuscripts, galleys, clippings, ephemera, and biographical material relating to the newspaper society columnist, publisher, and railroad historian Lucius Morris Beebe.
History / Biographical
Lucius Beebe (December 9, 1902 Wakefield, Massachusetts - died February 4, 1966 Hillsborough, California) began his literary career at the
Source Record ID
MS 61
Collection Number
MS 61
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Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Pacific Division, No. 110 Collection,

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Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Date
1869-1933
Creator
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Pacific Division, No. 110
Collection Number
MS 22
  1 document  
Date
1869-1933
Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Creator
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Pacific Division, No. 110
History / Biographical
The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers was organized on May 8, 1863, in Detroit by engineers on Michigan railroads. Organized in divisions, the Brotherhood soon attracted engineers from railroads throughout the Midwest and east. Later in the decade and in the 1870s and 1880s, membership spread to lines in the west. The Brotherhood provided insurance for its members as well as representation in dealings with management. Engineers participated in serious strikes in 1877 and 1888, the latter action resulting in serious setbacks for the Brotherhood.
By the turn of the century it had recovered and in 1916 was successful in obtaining an eight-hour workday. Before the late 1920s, the Brotherhood initiated the sale of Loyalty Certificates to raise money for the financially troubled organization, and since that time it has been involved in labor actions and negotiations as well as in litigation with other railroad unions.
The Pacific Division, No. 110 of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers was formed in December 1869 in Rocklin. In June of the following year, the Pacific Division moved to Sacramento where it remained. The records of the Pacific Division in the California State Railroad Museum's collection contain information on the organization's operation, officers, membership, finances, and responses to major labor issues and events, such as the 1894 Pullman strike.
Source Record ID
MS 22
Collection Number
MS 22
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Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen / Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen Collection,

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Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Date
1890-1962
Creator
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen
Collection Number
MS 3
  1 document  
Date
1890-1962
Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Creator
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen
Scope and Content
The Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen records contain material relating to the national organization, national railroad labor relations, and railroad labor issues, from the late nineteenth through the mid-twentieth centuries. In addition, the General Chairman's Reports, which comprise a sizable portion of the collections, relate largely to labor cases on the Southern Pacific, El Paso and Southwestern, and Northwestern Pacific Railroads. Of particular interest is the volume on the arbitration of questions raised by electrification of the Southern Pacific's East Bay suburban operations. In addition to information on these lines, the volume contains testimony describing operations on the Pacific Electric Railway and other Southern California electric routes.
The records of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen are organized in eight series listed below. The first seven are arranged according to the office or organization of origin, and then chronologically within each series. The eighth series, consisting of ephemera pertaining to the Brotherhood, is arranged according to the type of item.
History / Biographical
The Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen was founded on December 1, 1873 at Jervis, New York, to provide mutual support for railroad firemen. The Brotherhood early on emphasized insurance, although in the late nineteenth century it became involved in labor/management relations. By the turn of the century, the organization also had changed its name to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, thereby permitting locomotive engineers to hold membership. In 1969, it joined with the Order of Railway Conductors and Brakemen, the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, and the Switchmen's Union of North America to form the United Transportation Union.
Source Record ID
MS 3
Collection Number
MS 3
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Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employees

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Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Creator
Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employees
Collection Number
MS 4
  1 document  
Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Creator
Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employees
Scope and Content
The collection consists of business records and correspondence pertaining to the Brotherhood and the Western Pacific Railway during the mid-twentieth century.
Documents in the collection contain information on the railroad's hiring and job bidding procedures, as well as hours worked and wages paid for various positions. In addition, the collection has material on union/management disputes arising form violations of labor agreements, and on the business operations of the Brotherhood's General Chairman's office.
History / Biographical
In December 1899, the Order of Railway Clerks was organized in Sedalia, Missouri. Initially the Order affiliated with the American Federation of Labor. The Order's first convention, however, severed this connection in 1901 and it was not resumed for many years. The name of the organization was changed to the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks in 1904, and two years later it became involved in its first strike against the Southern Pacific.
The Brotherhood expanded in 1908 to include freight handlers, and over the next ten years other classes of workers joined as well. The 1919 convention adopted the name Brotherhood of Railway Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employees. Airline clerks and employees were added in 1945, although the word "airline" did not appear in the official union name until 1967.
Source Record ID
MS 4
Collection Number
MS 4
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Charles A. Stevenson papers

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Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Date
1923-1942
Creator
Stevenson, Charles A.
Collection Number
MS 347
  1 document  
Date
1923-1942
Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Extent
1 folder
Creator
Stevenson, Charles A.
Abstract
Miscellaneous papers relating to Charles A. Stevenson's (1890-1960) career as a locomotive fireman and engineer for the Southern Pacific Railroad at Tracy, California.
Scope and Content
Miscellaneous papers relating to Charles A. Stevenson's (1890-1960) career as a locomotive fireman and engineer for the Southern Pacific Railroad at Tracy, California. Includes question and answer booklet for locomotive engineers examination.
Access Restrictions
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Source Record ID
MS 347
Collection Number
MS 347
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Central Pacific Railroad from Colfax to Donner Summit Photograph Album

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Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Date
circa 1880s-1890s
Creator
Central Pacific Railroad
Collection Number
MS 819
  1 document  
Date
circa 1880s-1890s
Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Extent
1 album
Creator
Central Pacific Railroad
Abstract
The scenic photographs in this album include views with Central Pacific locomotives, trains, the right of way, and towns between Colfax and Donner Summit, California.
Scope and Content
The scenic photographs in this album include views with Central Pacific locomotives, trains, the right of way, and towns between Colfax and Donner Summit, California. [Album 48]
Access Restrictions
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Source Record ID
MS 819
Collection Number
MS 819
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Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway Company / Chicago and Cincinnati Railroad / Lake Shore Railroad Company correspondence

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Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Date
Nov. 27, 1869
Creator
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway Company
Chicago and Cincinnati Railroad
Lake Shore Railroad Company
Collection Number
MS 290
  1 document  
Date
Nov. 27, 1869
Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Extent
1 folder
Creator
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railway Company
Chicago and Cincinnati Railroad
Lake Shore Railroad Company
Abstract
Correspondence (November 27, 1869) from J. Nottingham, General Agent, to H. W. Corbett & Company, New York.
Scope and Content
Correspondence (November 27, 1869) from J. Nottingham, General Agent, to H. W. Corbett & Company, New York
Access Restrictions
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Source Record ID
MS 290
Collection Number
MS 290
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Annual Reports to Government Agencies

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Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Date
1877-1962
Creator
Annual Reports to Government Agencies
Collection Number
MS 469
  1 document  
Date
1877-1962
Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Extent
75+ volumes
Creator
Annual Reports to Government Agencies
Abstract
Coverage: Primarily Southern Pacific and its predecessor and subsidiary companies; however, volumes in this series from other companies have also been included in this list and are interfiled with those relating to SP. Reporting Period: The fiscal year ran from July 1 to June 30 until 1916 at which time it converted to the calendar year. Two reports were issued for 1916; one ending June 30, the other December 31. Unless otherwise indicated, annual reports cover the year ending June 30 until 1916 and with 1917, the calendar year. Holdings: Multiple copies are not indicated.
Scope and Content
Coverage: Primarily Southern Pacific and its predecessor and subsidiary companies; however, volumes in this series from other companies have also been included in this list and are interfiled with those relating to SP. Reporting Period: The fiscal year ran from July 1 to June 30 until 1916 at which time it converted to the calendar year. Two reports were issued for 1916; one ending June 30, the other December 31. Unless otherwise indicated, annual reports cover the year ending June 30 until 1916 and with 1917, the calendar year. Holdings: Multiple copies are not indicated.
Access Restrictions
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Source Record ID
MS 469
Collection Number
MS 469
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Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company records

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Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Date
1900-1901
Creator
Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company
Collection Number
MS 314
  1 document  
Date
1900-1901
Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Extent
3 folders
Creator
Sierra Nevada Wood and Lumber Company
Abstract
Blank checks, undated; payroll authorization forms, 1901; Hobart Lumber Mills shipping manifest, 1900.
Scope and Content
Blank checks, undated; payroll authorization forms, 1901; Hobart Lumber Mills shipping manifest, 1900.
Access Restrictions
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Source Record ID
MS 314
Collection Number
MS 314
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California and Oregon Railroad Day Book

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Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Date
1869-1975
Creator
California and Oregon Railroad
Collection Number
MS 112
  1 document  
Date
1869-1975
Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Extent
1 half-box
Creator
California and Oregon Railroad
Abstract
Day book from the California and Oregon Railroad.
Scope and Content
A day book from the California & Oregon Railroad dating from May 1869 to September 1875 shows daily financial transactions. It covers the period of its operation until five years after it was consolidated with the Central Pacific.
History / Biographical
Incorporated December 18, 1869 as a consolidation of the California & Oregon Railroad (of 1868). • 1. California & Oregon Railroad (of 1868) • (a) California & Oregon Railroad Company (of 1865) • (b) Marysville Railroad Company • (c) California Central Railroad Company • 2. Yuba Railroad •The California & Oregon Railroad was operated by the Central Pacific and was consolidated with it on August 22, 1870. On that date it owned a total of 77.53 miles of track: 23.90 acquired with the Yuba Rail Road, 10.30 of the former California Central, plus 43.33 miles between Marysville and Chico constructed between May and July of 1870. [Guy Dunscomb, A CENTURY OF SOUTHERN PACIFIC STEAM LOCOMOTIVES, 1862-1962 (Modesto, California: 1967), pp. 367-368]
Access Restrictions
Collection is open for research by appointment only. Please give us 7 days advance notice.
Source Record ID
MS 112
Collection Number
MS 112
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Eastern Express Company receipt

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Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Date
May 11, 1872
Creator
Eastern Express Company
Collection Number
MS 462
  1 document  
Date
May 11, 1872
Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Extent
1 folder
Creator
Eastern Express Company
Abstract
An Eastern Express Company, Boston, receipt dated May 11, 1872, issued to Daniel Jones, for the amount of $56.15.
Scope and Content
An Eastern Express Company, Boston, receipt dated May 11, 1872, issued to Daniel Jones, for the amount of $56.15.
Access Restrictions
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Source Record ID
MS 462
Collection Number
MS 462
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Lehigh Valley Railroad Vouchers and a Lumber Tally Book

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Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Date
1880-1898
Creator
Lehigh Valley Railroad
Collection Number
MS 246
  1 document  
Date
1880-1898
Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Extent
4 folders
Creator
Lehigh Valley Railroad
Abstract
Vouchers and a lumber tally book.
Scope and Content
Vouchers and a lumber tally book.
Access Restrictions
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Source Record ID
MS 246
Collection Number
MS 246
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George E. Hammond papers

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Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Date
1910-1998
Creator
Hammond, George E.
Collection Number
MS 437
  1 document  
Date
1910-1998
Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Extent
4 folders
Creator
Hammond, George E.
Abstract
Contains papers relating to George E. Hammond's career with the Pullman Company [Richmond, California] shops.
Scope and Content
Contains papers relating to George E. Hammond's career with the Pullman Company [Richmond, California] shops. Includes photographs of Pullman Company, Richmond, California Shops workers, Association of Railway Supervisors Association/Western Region and a Central Pacific Railroad brass commode pot. Also contains wallet cards, a Seniority Roster, inventory cards, notices of vacancies, and bills for material, three safety awards, an October 1938 issue of PULLMAN NEWS, and a 1910 postcard. Folders 3 and 4 contain 2 Pullman job relations trainer manuals, 2 Pullman war production trainers (1943, 1944) and refresher manual + material on industrial safety.
Access Restrictions
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Source Record ID
MS 437
Collection Number
MS 437
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GILBERT HAROLD KNEISS COLLECTION

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Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Date
1863-1967
Creator
Kneiss, Gilbert Harold (1861-1964)
Collection Number
MS 17
  1 document  
Date
1863-1967
Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Extent
40 boxes + 6 oversize boxes
Creator
Kneiss, Gilbert Harold (1861-1964)
Abstract
This collection contains early Western Pacific records obtained by Gilbert Harold Kneiss, the Vice-President and head of the WP public relations department from 1949 to 1963, his family papers, and his writings as a railroad historian.
Scope and Content
The Gilbert Kneiss Collection consists largely of records he obtained while working for the Western Pacific Railroad. These documents date from the time of the construction of the Western Pacific Railway to the road's first receivership and reorganization in 1915-1916. They are derived principally from the papers of Virgil G. Bogue, Western Pacific's vice-president and chief engineer, circa 1905-1915. The papers include significant amounts of correspondence from the company's president Edward Turner Jeffery (1843-1927), and cover a number of subjects, including location of the line, acquisition of the right of way, construction of the railroad, facilities, and terminals, branch lines, relations with other railroads (especially the Southern Pacific), operations and equipment. In addition, a lesser amount of Western Pacific Railroad material dating from 1916 to 1963 is included. A second major portion of the collection consists of records from the Nevada Central, Virginia and Truckee, and Carson and Colorado Railroads. The Nevada Central material is principally letterpress copy books of C. W. Hinchcliffe as superintendent, secretary, treasurer, cashier, general passenger and freight agent, and receiver. The Virginia and Truckee/Carson and Colorado items consist of shipping bills, train registers, a time book, and records of bank deposits. The collection also contains Kneiss personal and family materials, research notes and notebooks by Kneiss on a number of California and Nevada railroads. The notebooks contain locomotive roster information for many California and Nevada short and branch lines. This collection is arranged into five series: 1 WESTERN PACIFIC RAILWAY RECORDS 2 NEVADA RAILROADS RECORDS 3 SUBJECT FILES 4 GILBERT KNEISS NOTEBOOKS 5 MISCELLANEOUS RAILROAD RECORDS
History / Biographical
Gilbert Harold Kneiss was born in San Francisco August 28, 1899 and graduated with a degree in civil engineering from the University of Nevada in 1923. During the 1920s he worked for Standard Oil of California, and in the following decade formed the Audisk Corporation. Kneiss served as technical director for railroad pageants at the Golden Gate International Exposition and the New York World's Fair in 1939-1940. After serving as the San Francisco district manager for the War Production Board from 1941 to 1947, he became assistant to the president and head of a new public relations department for the Western Pacific Railroad. Among his accomplishments were the inauguration of a military blood procurement car during the Korean War and special trains to the circus for children in outlying areas in Nevada. Kneiss authored two books on railroading, BONANZA RAILROADS (1941) and REDWOOD RAILWAYS (1956). He was a founding member of the Pacific Coast Chapter of the Railway & Locomotive Historical Society and served as a vice-president of the national organization. Gilbert Kneiss died February 2, 1964.
Access Restrictions
Collection is open for research by appointment only. Please give us 7 days advance notice.
Source Record ID
MS 17
Collection Number
MS 17
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Goldfield Consolidated Milling and Transportation Company correspondence

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Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Date
1914
Creator
Goldfield Consolidated Milling and Transportation Company
Collection Number
MS 226
  1 document  
Date
1914
Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Extent
1 folder
Creator
Goldfield Consolidated Milling and Transportation Company
Abstract
Correspondence regarding submission of daily ore car reports to Railroad Commission of Nevada, 1914 [No reports are included].
Scope and Content
Correspondence regarding submission of daily ore car reports to Railroad Commission of Nevada, 1914 [No reports are included].
Access Restrictions
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Source Record ID
MS 226
Collection Number
MS 226
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Construction of the Sacramento "I" Street Bridge Photograph Album

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Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Date
1910-1911
Creator
Southern Pacific, Office of the Assistant Chief Engineer
Collection Number
MS 763
  1 document  
Date
1910-1911
Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Extent
1 album
Creator
Southern Pacific, Office of the Assistant Chief Engineer
Abstract
Photograph album shows construction of Sacramento, California's "I" Street Bridge.
Scope and Content
This album contains photographs of the 1910 construction of the "I" Street Bridge crossing the Sacramento River. Many of the photographs have the stamp showing "SP Co. received Jun. 20, 1911 Office of the Asst. Chief Engineer." This is an extremely valuable photographic account of the building of the I Street Bridge. [Album 138]
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Source Record ID
MS 763
Collection Number
MS 763
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Florida East Coast Railway Construction album

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Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Date
1906-1912
Creator
Florida East Coast Railway
Collection Number
MS 840
  1 document  
Date
1906-1912
Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Extent
.33 linear feet
Creator
Florida East Coast Railway
Abstract
This album shows construction of various sections of the Florida Keys to Key West line of the Florida East Coast Railway.
Scope and Content
This album shows construction of various sections of the Florida Keys to Key West line of the Florida East Coast Railway, including concrete viaducts, truss bridges, swing bridges, placement of piers supporting these structures, various boasts used during construction, support buildings, fills across solid terrain, and a few photographs of trains running on the line. [Album 134]
History / Biographical
This line was built in the 1906-1911 time period and was considered a monumental engineering achievement. The first train ran to Key West in January 1912. The train photos could be shots of the first passenger train. The line was virtually destroyed by a hurricane in 1935 and the bridges and viaducts were used for highway construction. There is no caption information.
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Open for research
Source Record ID
MS 840
Collection Number
MS 840
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California Northwestern Railway Records

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Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Date
1905-1906
Creator
California Northwestern Railway
Collection Number
MS 611
  1 document  
Date
1905-1906
Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Extent
1 half-box
Creator
California Northwestern Railway
Abstract
Business records of the California Northwestern Railway.
Scope and Content
This collection includes financial statements and general manager's orders, including information about construction projects, betterments, earnings, expenses and payroll. The Statement of Accounts consist of several forms bound together, including monthly summaries of: Income and expenditures; Trial balance; General balance sheet; Expenditures account - Additions; Expenditures Account - Betterments; Details of betterments; Extraordinary expenses included in operating expenses; Earnings and expenses; Passenger statistics; Freight forwarded at stations; Freight received from stations;Classification of freight; Statement of material and fuel; Force report; Exhibit of operations. Form 351, Requisition for Construction and Repair Work and General Manager's Orders, documents requests for work done to specific locomotives, rolling stock and boats.
History / Biographical
The California Northwestern Railway was incorporated on March 17, 1898. When the CNW became part of the Northwestern Pacific Railroad Company (effective January 8, 1907), the company owned 39.91 miles of a single track railroad extending north from Ukiah to Sherwood. It also operated 165 miles of road owned by the San Francisco and North Pacific Railway Company, extending from Tiburon to Ukiah with branches.
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Source Record ID
MS 611
Collection Number
MS 611
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Glenn C. Hatch papers

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Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Date
1905-1933
Creator
Hatch, Glenn C.
Collection Number
MS 402
  1 document  
Date
1905-1933
Material Type
Manuscripts and Archives
Extent
1 folder
Creator
Hatch, Glenn C.
Abstract
Forms, letters and envelopes relating to the career of Glenn C. Hatch with the Railway Mail Service on trains in the Pacific Northwest.
Scope and Content
Forms, letters and envelopes relating to the career of Glenn C. Hatch with the Railway Mail Service on trains in the Pacific Northwest.
Access Restrictions
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Source Record ID
MS 402
Collection Number
MS 402
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