Boston and Maine Railroad
Lowell & Nashua Railroad renamed Nashua & Lowell in 1838; later merged into Boston and Lowell Railroad and Boston and Maine Railroad; Portland & Rochester Railroad Company merged into Boston and Maine in 1900; York Harbor & Beach Railroad merged into Boston and Maine
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Overview: The Boston & Maine Railroad Malden Station records, spanning the years 1857 to 1856, contain account books of ticket and freight agents at Massachusetts railroad station.
Scope and Contents: Incomplete files of the Boston, Mass. shipping firm George C. Lord and Company. Scattered business records of George Lord, Robert C. Waterston, Edward W. Lord, Charles E. Lord, Robert W. Lord and Charles F. Rogers. Insurance insterests (New England Mutual Insurance), railroad interests (Boston and Maine Railroad) and investment interests (Gallup and Peabody), and a drug business are represented.
William Badger Lawrence papers relating to the proposed takeover of the Boston and Maine Railroad by the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad Company
Overview: Collection consists of the papers of William B. Lawrence, clerk of the Boston & Maine Railroad, regarding the aborted merger of the Boston and Maine Railroad with the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad Company, 1907-1915.
Scope and Contents: The Robert L. Masson papers consist of correspondence, case research, newspaper clippings, lectures, speeches, class preparation materials, and research project notes. Masson's correspondence dates from the 1935 to 1960 and includes letters written to HBS colleagues, professors at peer institutions, and company executives regarding general finance topics and his research projects. Some of the class preparation materials date from his time as a professor at the University of Michigan....