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COLLECTIONS: 1 - 6 of 6

Boston and Albany Railroad Company records

Collection Identifier: Mss:724 1831-1898 B747
Overview: The records of the Boston and Albany Railroad Co., its predecessors and branches, circa 1829 to 1916. Includes directors' records, stock records, transportation and engineering records and surveys, financial records, and correspondence.

Papers relating to the Ames family and the Union Pacific Railroad

Collection Identifier: Mss:724 1861-1969 U58
Overview: Papers relating to both the Ames family and their involvement in the Union Pacific Railroad, 1861-1969. The material was gathered by Charles E. Ames in writing his book, "Pioneering the Union Pacific" (Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1969).

Samuel Morse Felton business records

Collection Identifier: Mss:7 1832-1851 F327
Overview: The Samuel Felton Morse business records contain papers relating to road building, railroad construction, engineering papers, and family deeds.

Samuel Morse Felton railroad engineering reports

Collection Identifier: Mss:705 c1880-1916 F327
Scope and Contents: Reports, letters and papers on various railroads, including the Baltimore and Ohio; Boston and Maine; Chicago and Alton; Chicago Great Western; Chicago Subway Company; Cincinnati, Chicago, New Orleans and Texas Pacific; Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton; Cleveland, Lorain and Wheeling; Columbus, Hocking Valley and Toledo; Great Northern; Kanawha and Michigan; Kansas City, Pittsburgh and Gulf; Lima Northern; Los Angeles Terminal; Louisville, New Albany and Chicago; Northern Pacific; Ohio River and...

Samuel Nott papers

Collection Identifier: Mss:705 1837-1886 N918
Scope and Contents: Five letter books of outgoing letters of a railroad construction engineer who helped construct several New England railroads. The letter books cover the years 1837 through 1850, 1857 through 1878, and 1886. Also included are notes and reports.

Stone and Harris records

Collection Identifier: Mss:705 1845-1888 H313
Scope and Contents: Letterbooks, incoming letters, bills, and payrolls. Most of the material concerns the activities of D. L. Harris, who was president of the Connecticut River Railroad, and was connected with the Vacuum Air Brake Company, the Hoosac Tunnel, and the Union Pacific Railroad.