Records, 1888-1920 (bulk 1901-1920).


Records, 1888-1920 (bulk 1901-1920).

The records of the General Manager - Lines West consist of fragments preserved by successor officers, particularly the General Managers of the Northwestern, Southwestern and Western Regions. Consequently, they primarily cover the territory lying west of Crestline and Columbus, Ohio. Files dealing with the territory between Pittsburgh, Columbus and Crestline passed to the General Manager of the Central Region, and some of them may be found at Penn State University.

35.5 linear ft.


SNAC Resource ID: 6720480

Hagley Museum & Library

Related Entities

There are 30 Entities related to this resource.

Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Louisville Division. (corporateBody)

Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Cincinnati Division. (corporateBody)

Union Station (Chicago, Ill.) (corporateBody)

Peck, George L. (George Lyman), 1858-1932 (person)

Chicago Union Station Company (corporateBody)

The new building known as Union Station (Chicago, Ill.) opened in 1925 at 210 South Canal Street. Its predecessor building, known as the Union Passenger Station (Chicago, Ill.), was at the northeast corner of S. Canal and W. Adams Streets (1881-1923), a site later occupied by the 120 Riverside Plaza building. From the description of Chicago Union Station Company records, 1915-1945. (Chicago History Museum). WorldCat record id: 709914849 ...

South Chicago and Southern Railroad Company. (corporateBody)

Chicago and Western Indiana Railroad Company (corporateBody)

Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Chicago Terminal Division. (corporateBody)

Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Indianapolis Division. (corporateBody)

Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Richmond Division. (corporateBody)

McCrea, James, 1848-1913 (person)

Wood, Joseph, 1846-1922. (person)

Calumet Western Railway Company (corporateBody)

Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Peoria Division. (corporateBody)

Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Toledo Division. (corporateBody)

Calumet River Railway Company. (corporateBody)

Pennsylvania Lines West of Pittsburgh. Office of General Manager. (corporateBody)

The office of General Manager in the Pennsylvania Railroad Company's Lines West organization was created on October 10, 1885, as a means of further integrating the operation of the railroad properties owned or operated by the Pennsylvania Company; the Chicago, St. Louis ? and the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati & St. Louis Railway Company. The post was a joint appointment of all three companies. He reported to the Vice President in charge of the Transportation Dept. and had a staff of of...

Hocking Valley Railway Company. (corporateBody)

McKeen, Benjamin, 1864-1947 (person)

Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Eastern Division. (corporateBody)

Englewood Connecting Railway Company. (corporateBody)

Union Depot Company (Columbus, Ohio) (corporateBody)

The Union Depot Company was organized on August 20, 1872, to assume the operation of a union passenger station in Columbus, Ohio, constructed in 1852 by the Columbus & Xenia and Cleveland, Columbus & Cincinnati Railroad Companies. A new station was built in 1876, and the third and final station and train shed were constructed in 1897. The station was jointly used by the Pennsylvania Railroad, the New York Central Railroad, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway,...

Lake Erie and Western Railroad Company (corporateBody)

The railroad ran west from Cleveland, on an east-west line from Muncie to Frankfort, Ind., and on a north-south line from Muncie to Newcastle and on to other points in southern Indiana. From the description of Records, 1927-1930. (Indiana Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 25230839 Formed in 1887 after sale of Lake Erie and Western Railway Company; consolidated with other railroads in 1923 to form New York, Chicago, & St. Louis Railroad. From th...

Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Michigan Division. (corporateBody)

Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Indianapolis Terminal Division. (corporateBody)

Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen (corporateBody)

The Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen was founded in 1883 in Oneonta, New York as a protective and insurance organization. By the time of its merger with three other railroad labor unions to form the United Transportation Union in 1969, it had the greatest membership of any of the operating railroad brotherhoods. From the description of Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen series 6. General subject files, 1897-1968, bulk 1934-1968. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 6475550...

Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Western Division. (corporateBody)

Pennsylvania Lines West of Pittsburgh (corporateBody)

Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Logansport Division. (corporateBody)

Loree, Leonor Fresnel, 1858-1940 (person)