Records 1846-1961.


Records 1846-1961.

Articles of incorporation, reminiscences, financial records, memoranda, notebooks, ticket stubs, newspaper and magazine clippings, and oversize volumes containing documents and clippings.

8.9 linear ft.

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Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway (corporateBody)

Railway system formed in 1869 by the merger of four railroads, the Michigan Southern and Northern Indiana, the Cleveland and Toledo, the Cleveland, Painesville and Ashtabula, and the Buffalo and Erie. In 1914 it was merged into the New York Central system. From the description of Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Company records, 1849-1909 [microform]. (Rhinelander District Library). WorldCat record id: 48861827 From the description of Records 1849-1909. (Rhinelander ...

New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad (corporateBody)

Railroad founded in 1881 to connect Buffalo and Chicago via Cleveland. It was nicknamed the Nickel Plate Road. After it failed it was taken over by the newly organized New York, Chicago, and St. Louis Railroad in 1887. It merged into the Norfolk and Western Railroad in 1964. From the description of Records 1846-1961. (Rhinelander District Library). WorldCat record id: 17725622 Nickel Plate Road on Oct. 16, 1964 was absorbed via merger by the N & W, or Norfolk and Western...

Toledo, St. Louis, and Western Railroad Company (corporateBody)

Formed in 1900 from the reorganized Toledo, St. Louis, and Kansas City Railroad Company; ran from Toledo, Ohio, to East Saint Louis, Ill.; consolidated with New York, Chicago, and St. Louis Railroad Company in 1923. From the description of Records, 1900-1923. (Virginia Tech). WorldCat record id: 28411344 ...

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...

Lafayette, Muncie, and Bloomington Railroad (corporateBody)

In July of 1869 Adams Earl, Robert Breckenridge and Henry S. Mayo led the organization, in Tippecanoe and other Indiana counties, for a Lafayette, Muncie and Bloomington (Illinois) Railroad Company. In late August 1869 Tippecanoe County voted to buy 373,000 dollars worth of stock to help build the proposed line through Tippecanoe, Clinton, Tipton, and Benton Counties. After many financial problems and legal battles, the Lafayette, Muncie and Bloomington Railroad was completed and connected Munci...