Miscellaneous document collection, 1815-1982.


Miscellaneous document collection, 1815-1982.

Broadsides, agreements, reports, drawings, bills, blueprints, permits, charts, programs, pamphlets, circulars, advertisements, legal papers, docking orders, surveyor's field books, inventories, leases, letters, clippings, patents, prints, receipts, stock certificates, timesheets, and other documents pertaining to Delaware and Hudson Canal land, boats, roads, shipping, repairs, workers, accidents, related industries such as cement and lumber, and local history subjects such as churches, Civil War soldiers, genealogy, and schools. There is also a logbook from the boat IOWA during a two week excursion trip on the canal, 1891.

1.5 cubic ft.

Related Entities

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Delaware and Hudson Canal Historical Society (High Falls, N.Y.).

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Collecting area: History of the Delaware & Hudson (D & H) Canal. From the description of Repository description. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155503354 ...

Delaware and Hudson Canal Company

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Delaware and Hudson Railway Company

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The Delaware and Hudson Railway Company originated as the Delaware and Hudson Canal Company in 1823. The company gradually expanded and by the turn of the century became a transportation empire, serving most of northern and central New York State. The company operated canals, steamboat lines, and an extensive rail network stretching from central Pennsylvania to the Canadian border and westward to Binghamton N.Y. The Delaware and Hudson Railway Company was officially formed in the early twentieth...

Iowa (Boat)

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Delaware and Hudson Company

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The Delaware and Hudson Canal Company was incorporated in 1823. The name was changed in 1899 to Delaware and Hudson Company. In 1930 a new corporation was formed, the Delaware and Hudson Railroad Corporation, which took over the railroad properties of the Delaware and Hudson Company. In 1968 most of the assets of the Railroad Corporation were acquired by a new corporation, the Delaware and Hudson Railway Company. From the description of Report of L. F. Loree, president to the executi...