The Ward M. Canaday Center

for Special Collections

The University of Toledo

Finding Aid

Toledo Angola and Western Railway Records, 1898-1986

(bulk 1902-1950)

MSS-102

Size: 48.5 Linear Feet

Provenance: received from Charles E. Sheets, 1994

Access: open

Related Collections:

Processing Note: Some materials have been sampled

Copyright: The literary rights to this collection are assumed to rest with the person(s) responsible for the production of the particular items within the collection, or with their heirs or assigns.  Researchers bear full legal responsibility for the acquisition to publish from any part of said collection per Title 17, United States Code.  The Ward M. Canaday Center for Special Collections may reserve the right to intervene as intermediary at its own discretion.

 

Completed by: Benjamin Grillot, November 1998-June 1999

    

Historical Sketch

 

On July 11th, 1902, The Toledo, Angola and Western Railway with its 8 1/4 miles of track, was officially incorporated. Originating as a spur of off the much larger New York Central Line at Central Avenue in Toledo, Ohio, the Railway linked the Silica Stone Quarries to the world.  Largely the quarry funded its construction and the construction supplies were shared with the Toledo Terminal Railroad, which was also forming at this time.

 

In 1913 Toledo, Angola and Western bought out the Silica Northern Railway, increasing its track length 2 1/4 miles to the northwest, connecting it with Centennial, Ohio.  Throughout 1910's, the Railway began to expand beyond its Stone Quarry roots, serving a variety of industries that popped up around it including an Oil Refinery (Hickock Oil), a Bottling Plant (Owens Bottling Plant), and a Fertilizer Plant (Stadler Fertilizer Company).

 

In 1922, A.C. Dustin was hired as president of the company.  Dustin had previously served, since 1906, as President of the Forth Smith and Western Railroad in Arkansas, and his experience led the TA&W through a period of prosperity which peaked in 1929 with the company showing a profit of over $55,000.  The crash of the stock market and the subsequent depression hit TA&W fairly hard, forcing them to lay off several employees and turn down many applications for employment.  However within 5 years, Dustin's Railroad was again showing a sizeable profit.

 

An interesting side note from this period involves the formation of the Employee's Mutual Aid Society, an organization created by and for the employees of the Railroad, but existing completely separately.  The Mutual Aid Society was formed in 1927 after the death of an employee left a widow unable to make payments on her mortgage.  This Society eventually transformed into a form of group insurance sponsored by the Railway and it disbanded as an independent organization in 1937.

 

Industries continued to open along Toledo Angola and Western Railway throughout the 30's, including the France Stone Company (which operated in Silica Ohio) and the Medusa Portland Cement Company which opened a mill at Silica, utilizing the crushed stone from the quarry.  Upon the death of A.C. Dustin in 1938, the reigns of the company were passed to J.B. John who ran the company through the 1940's.

 

The bulk of the Toledo Angola and Western Railway's records date from before 1950, so the details on the companies' history after this point are sketchy until 1979 when the Railway was bought out by the Waterfront Electric Railway.  Not a real railroad in the traditional sense of the term, the Waterfront Electric operated in International Park in downtown Toledo, marketing themselves as a tourist attraction.  They sold various souvenirs and memorabilia, some items bearing the Toledo Angola and Western name.  However by the end of the 1980's, Waterfront Electric Railway shut its doors as well, closing a chapter on Toledo railroading history.

 

Scope and Content Note

 

The Toledo, Angola and Western Railway records are broken down into six (6) distinct series, the first four of which deal directly with the Railway, and the last two involve organizations directly related to the business of the Railway.

 

The first series, Office Files, consists of three distinct subsections each comprising a chronological portion of the Railway's history.  The subsections are: 1904-1916, 1916-1918, and 1923-1946.  These Office Files remain, with the exception of the subsection 1916-1918, in their original order and are comprised of correspondence, memoranda, and other items related to specific subjects.  The subsection 1916-1918 was found grouped together in a single box, although without any sort of organization.  Each piece was sorted out and arranged according to subject, the subjects were arranged alphabetically and then arranged chronologically within each folder  

 

As the collection was processed, other files were discovered which could be related to a single specific subject, these "subject files" not found in the original groupings of office files were placed in alphabetical order at the end of the subsection 1923-1946.

 

The second series, Financial and Administrative Documents was the most difficult to arrange.  It consists of several distinct categories, each arranged according to its own, internal logic.  The first grouping, Reports, is divided according to the frequency of the issuance of the report.  Annual Reports are followed by Monthly Reports, which are followed by Weekly and then Daily Reports. 

 

Arranged alphabetically within Annual Reports are an Accountants Report, prepared by a Public Accountant hired by the railroad; Annual Reports of Fatal Accidents (which thankfully read, for the most part, “Nothing to Report”); Annual Reports to the Interstate Commerce Commission, a federal body that regulated Commerce; Annual Reports to the Public Utilities Commission, a government organization; Annual Reports to the Tax Commission, a government organization in charge of Tax Collection, which in 1939 changed its name to the Department of Taxation; and finally Audited Reports which sum up the companies activities for those fiscal years.

 

Within the Monthly Reports category are Monthly Comparative Statements of Earnings, which compare on a monthly basis the Revenues of the company with the same month a year prior; Monthly Estimated Results of Operation, which estimates the costs and profits of the company for the upcoming month based upon prior performance; and Monthly Locomotive Inspection Reports, which detail information gleaned from the inspection of the locomotives.

 

The Weekly Reports category is comprised solely of Weekly Load Reports that describe, on a weekly basis, the cargo carried by various trains and their destinations.

 

Daily Reports contain the Daily Conductor’s Reports; Daily Diaries that record such information as the weather, board meetings, and other happenings on a daily basis for an entire year; Daily Interchange Report of Cars that describes the switching of cars during that day; Daily Report of M. of W. Department; Daily Train Inspection; and Switching and Per Diem Reclaim, which contains reports of money earned each day through switching and reclaim.

 

In 1929 the company hired a surveyor to prepare a report to be used for valuation purposes this Surveyor’s Report remains in its own category.

 

The grouping Returns contains only 3 types of returns, Capital Stock Returns, which are returns on the companies’ investments, Income Tax Returns, which are returns on Taxes paid, and Returns Under 15-A of the Interstate Commerce Act.

 

The third section of the Financial and Administrative Documents series is Ledgers.  This section is divided again into three groupings, General Ledgers, Shipping Ledgers and Accounting Ledgers.

 

The General Ledgers consist of Records and Reports the Interstate Commerce Commission Bureau of Valuation.  The Shipping Ledgers are composed of Gas Shipment Ledgers that describe shipments of Gas along the Railroad; General Shipment Ledgers, Ledgers of Train Movements; Record of Cars in the Yard; and a Stone Shipment Ledger.

 

The Accounting Ledgers consist of Accounts Received/Payable, Accounts Received, and Accounts Payable.  Also included in the Accounting Ledgers are Cash Books, detailing the amount of Cash on Hand, Inbound/Outbound Freight Revenue Ledgers, Inbound Freight Revenue Ledgers and Outbound Freight Revenue Ledgers.  In addition, Pay Roll Ledgers, Through Traffic Ledgers, Track Supply Ledgers, a Waybill Ledger, and an Annual Account Ledger are contained in this Accounting Ledger grouping.

 

The fourth and final component of the Financial and Administrative Documents series are items that do not fit into any of the above categories, but are clearly Financial or Administrative.  Included in this category are Account Statements, Receipts and Deposit Tickets, Authorities for Expenditure, Balance Sheets, Cancelled Checks, Demurrage, Freight Claims, Pay Roll Account Statements, Pay Roll Deduction Stubs, Purchase Orders, Shipping Orders, and Vouchers.

 

The third series, Printed Materials, is comprised of materials published both by the Railroad and other outside sources.  Included in this series are Blueprints and Maps, which contains a handsomely drawn depiction of the track and surrounding area circa 1911.  Also included under this heading are a grouping of books used for research and reference purposes by employees of the Railroad, these books have physically been moved however to the Rare Books collection and can be found through The University of Toledo’s library system. 

 

A set of Diagrams, Samples and Promotional materials sent to the Toledo, Angola and Western Railway has been grouped together and included in the Printed Materials series, as have publications by the Interstate Commerce Commission (I.C.C.) and the Public Utilities Commission.  Manuals for Locomotives and shop equipment as well as Parts Catalogs for replacement parts have been included in this series as well as Schematic Drawings of mechanical parts and Stationary printed for the Railroad are also included in the Printed Materials series.

 

The fourth series, Ephemera is comprised of various objects of historical value related to this collection.  A Brass Spittoon, signal lamps and a Warning Poster Against Sabotage (1942) are included in this series.

 

The fifth series contains two ledgers and a folder of correspondence related to the Toledo, Angola and Western Employee’s Mutual Aid Society.

 

The sixth series consists of Waterfront Electric Railway Materials.  A variety of souvenirs related to the Toledo, Angola and Western Railway, including T-Shirts, Decals, and Ballpoint Pens, are a part of these Materials.  Also included are promotional materials for Waterfront Electric as well as several administrative items, including a card index of names and addresses, presumably of individual affiliated with the Railway.

Series List

S1

Office Files

 

1904-1960, 8 linear ft.

 

Arranged into three chronological groupings, 1904-1916, 1916-1918, and 1923-1946, which are then arranged alphabetically.

 

Office Files contain correspondence, memoranda, and other items related to specific organizational subjects.  These groupings remain in their original order except for the 1916-1918 grouping.  At the end of the 1923-1946 grouping subject files found elsewhere in the collection are found in alphabetical order.

 

 

S2

Financial and Administrative Documents

 

1905-1959, 30 linear feet

 

arrangement (chronologically, alphabetically etc.)

 

Financial and Administrative Documents is comprised of four groupings of items, Reports, Returns, Ledgers and Other Financial or Administrative Documents.

 

The Reports grouping contains Annual, Monthly, Weekly and Daily reports.  The Annual Reports sub-grouping includes an Accountant's Report, Annual Report of Fatal Accidents, Annual Reports to the Interstate Commerce Commission, Annual Reports to the Public Utilities Commission, Annual Reports to the Tax Commission, and Audited Reports.

 

The Monthly Reports sub-grouping contains Monthly Comparative Statements of Earnings, Monthly Estimated Results of Operation, and Monthly Locomotive Inspection Reports.  The Weekly Reports are comprised solely of Weekly Load Reports.  Daily Reports contain Daily Conductor's Reports, Daily Diaries, Daily Interchange Report of Cars, Daily Reports of Cars, Daily Report of M. of W. Department, Daily Train Inspection, and Switching and Per Diem Reclaim.

 

The Returns grouping contains Capital Stock Returns, Income Tax Returns and Returns under 15-A of the Interstate Commerce Act.

 

The Ledgers grouping is broken down into three sub-groupings: General Ledgers, Shipping Ledgers and Accounting Ledgers.  The General Ledgers contain Records and Reports to the Interstate Commerce Commission Bureau of Valuation.  The Shipping Ledgers sub-grouping is comprised of Gas Shipment Ledgers, General Shipment Ledger, Ledgers of Train Movements, Record of Cars in the Yard and a Stone Shipment Ledger.

 

The Accounting Ledgers sub-grouping contains Accounts Received/Payable, Accounts Payable, Accounts Received, Cash Books, Inbound/Outbound Freight Revenue Ledgers, Inbound Freight Revenue Ledger, Outbound Freight Revenue Ledger, Pay Roll Ledgers, Through Traffic Ledgers, Track Supply Ledgers, and a Waybill Ledger.

 

The Other Financial and Administrative Documents grouping contains Account Statements, Receipts, and Deposit Tickets, Authorities for Expenditure, Balance Sheets, Cancelled Checks, Demurrage, Freight Claims, Pay Roll Account Statements, Pay Roll Deduction Stubs, Purchase Orders, Shipping Orders and Vouchers.

 

 

S3

Printed Materials

 

1911-1961, 6 linear feet

 

The Printed Materials series is comprised of items printed by the Toledo, Angola and Western Railway as well as by outside sources.  This series includes Blueprints and Maps, Books (which have been moved to the Rare Books Collection), Diagrams, Government Publications, Manuals, Parts Catalogs, Schematic Drawings, and Blank Stationary.

 

 

S4

Ephemera

 

1928-1942 and n.d., 3 linear feet

 

Ephemera made up of various objects of historical relevance related to the Toledo, Angola and Western Railway.  Included in this series are a Brass Spitoon, signal lamps, a metal "Watch Your Step" sign, stencils, and a Warning Poster Against Sabotage (1942).

 

 

S5

Toledo, Angola and Western Employee's Mutual Aid Society

 

1927-1937, .5 linear feet

 

This series contains two ledgers and a folder of correspondence related to the Mutual Aid Society, an organization that was formed, independently of the Railway, by and for its employees.

 

 

S6

Waterfront Electric Materials

 

1969-1986, l linear feet

 

This series contains materials relating to the Waterfront Electric Railway, the Railway that bought out Toledo, Angola, and Western.  Included are a variety of souvenirs, promotional materials, and administrative items including an index card file of names and addresses presumably of individuals affiliated with the Railway.

Arrangement

Box

Folder

Folder Title

 

 

 

 

 

S1. Office Files

 

 

 

 

 

1904-1916

 

 

 

1

1

A. Bentley and Sons 1914-1916

 

2

A.C.&Y Railway Company, 1914-1915

 

3

A.E. Filmore 1909

 

4

Accident Reports of TA&W Railway Company,1910-1914

 

5

Acme Coal and Builders Supply,1910-1911

 

6

Adams and Westlake Company, 1910-1911

 

7

Agreements and Contracts, 1914-1917

 

8

American Association for Highway Improvements, 1912

 

9

American Bankers Association 1910

 

10

American Car and Foundry Company, 1909-1910

 

11

American Equipment Company, 1915

 

12

American Express Company 1910

 

13

American Fertilizer Works 1912-1914

 

14

American Locomotive Company, 1912

 

15

American Railway Association 1908-1916 and n.d.

 

16

American Silica Company, 1911

 

17

American Steel and Wire Company, 1910-1911

 

18

Ann Arbor Railroad Company 1903, 1906, 1911-1916

 

19

Annual Passes - Requests for 1914

 

20

Applications For Positions 1912-1915

 

21

Art Geroge, Conductor 1915-1916

 

22

Atlantic Equipment Company 1907

 

23

Atlas Powder Company 1912-1914

 

24

Auburn Novelty Company, 1909

 

25

Auditor of State, Columbus Ohio,1904-1914

 

26

B.W. Cochrun, Superintendent, Silica Oh 1907

 

27

Baker Engine Company 1909

 

28

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company 1903-1915

 

29

Bay Terminal Railroad Company 1907-1908

 

30

Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad Company 1904-1905

 

31

Big Four Railroad Company 1907

 

32

Board of Health 1911

 

33

Boiler Inspection 1915

 

34

Boston and Albany Railroad 1913

 

35

Boston and Maine Railroad 1908

 

36

Bostwick Braun Company 1910-1915

 

37

Brown, Hohn, Sanger and Froehlich 1912

 

38

Buffalo and Susquehanna Railway Company 1907-1912

 

39

Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburgh Railway Company (Buffalo, NY) 1914

 

40

Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburgh Railway Company (Rochester, NY) 1910-1911

 

41

Byesville Coal Company 1906-1907

 

43

C.H. Newton, 1907

 

44

C.S. Johnson (B.C. Hamilton and Com.) 1914

 

45

CA&C Railway Company 1909-1911

 

46

Cambia and Indian Railroad Company 1914

 

47

Canadian Pacific Railway Company (Detroit, MI) 1904, 1913-1914

 

48

Canadian Pacific Railway Company (Montreal, Que) 1907-1913

 

49

Car Builders Association 1910

 

50

Car Efficiency Committee 1912

 

51

Car Equipment Purchase 1912

 

52

Carland and Company 1912

 

53

Carnegie Steel Company 1909-1913

 

54

Carnegie Trust Company 1909

 

55

Carpenter and Crew 1908

 

56

Car Repairs 1915

 

57

Car Seals 1912-1913

 

58

Cedarmen's Traffic Association 1913

 

59

Central Association Railway Officers 1907

 

60

Central Freight Association 1914-1915

 

61

Central Indiana Railway Company 1904, 1907

 

62

Chambers of Commerce 1912-1914

 

63

Champlain Transportation Company 1907

 

64

Charles Boldt Company 1913-1915

 

65

Charles C. Curry 1910

 

66

Charles Cornstock, Sylvania Oh 1910, 1914

 

67

Charles E. Bell 1910

 

68

Charles L. Kimball 1907

 

69

Charles Mason RFD #2 1914-1915

 

70

Chautauqua Traction Company 1914

 

71

Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company of Indiana (Chesapeake, OH) 1909-1910

 

72

Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company of Indiana (Richmond, VA) 1904-1905

 

73

Chicago and Alton Railroad Company 1907-1912

 

74

Chicago and Northwest Railway Company 1911, 1914

 

75

Chicago Association of Commerce 1910

 

76

Chicago Burlington and Quincy Railroad Company 1914-1915

 

77

Chicago House Wrecking Company 1910

 

78

Chicago, Indiana and Eastern Railway 1904

 

79

Chicago, Indianapolis and Evansville Railway 1904

 

80

Chicago, Indianapolis, and Louisville Railway Company 1904, 1908, 1912

 

81

Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company 1907-1915

 

82

Cincinnati and Muskingum Valley Railroad Company 1910

 

83

Cincinnati Equipment Company 1907-1912

 

84

Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railway Company (Cincinnati, OH)

 

85

Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railway Company (Detroit, MI) 1907

 

86

Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railway Company (E.C. Law GA)

 

87

Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railway Company (Lima Oh) 1907

 

88

Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railway Company (Toledo, Oh) 1907-1915

 

89

Cincinnati Northern Railroad Company 1907

 

90

Cleveland Builders Supply Company 1912-1915

 

91

Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway (Cincinnati, Oh) 1904-1914

 

92

Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway (Dayton, Oh) 1912-1913

 

93

Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway (Indianapolis, In) 1910-1911

 

94

Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway (Toledo, Oh) 1907-1914

 

95

Cleveland Frog and Crossing Company 1910-1914

 

96

Collector of Internal Revenues 1914

 

97

Consummations and Other Reports 1913

 

98

Continental National Bank 1909-1914

 

99

Corporation Tax Law (U.S.) 1909-1913

 

100

Crescent Fuel Company 1911

 

101

CRI&P Railway Company 1911

 

102

D. Mathies, Agent of TA&W Railway 1914-1915

 

103

Davidson - Gallmeyer Lumber Company 1909

 

104

Delaware and Hudson Company 1907

 

105

Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad 1908,1911

 

106

Department of Commerce and Labor 1910

 

107

Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines 1912-1914

 

108

Derailments 1915

 

109

Detroit and Cleveland  Navigation Company 1907

 

110

Detroit and Toledo Shore Line Railroad (Detroit, Mi) 1904-1914

 

111

Detroit and Toledo Shore Line Railroad (Toledo, Oh) 1907-1914

 

112

Detroit Southern Railroad Company 1905-1912 & n.d.

 

113

Detroit, Monroe and Toledo Short Line Railway 1915

 

114

Detroit, Toledo and Ironton Railway Company (Detroit, Mi) 1907-1915

 

115

Detroit, Toledo and Ironton Railway Company (Springfield, Oh) 1913

 

116

Detroit, Toledo and Ironton Railway Company (Toledo, Oh) 1908

 

117

Deville Lake Sand and Gravel Company 1911

 

118

DL&W Railroad 1911

 

119

Draft Authorities, Requests for 1913-1915

 

120

Dressel Railway Lamp Works 1910

 

121

Dunbar Sand Manufacturing Company 1910

 

122

E.C. Atkins and Company 1909

 

123

E.H. Hinton 1909

 

124

E.H. Lafayette and Company 1910

 

125

E.W. Gage and Company 1909

 

126

Edgar C. Hampton 1908 (Letter of Resignation)

 

127

Edna Brass Manufacturing Co. 1910

 

128

Edward J. Miller, Col. Asst. Quartermaster 1909

 

129

Elgin, Joliet and Eastern Railway Company 1908

 

130

Employee's Liability and Workman's Compensation Commission 1911

 

131

Equipment (Includes Photographs) 1916-1917

 

132

Erie Despatch, Toledo 1912

 

133

Erie Railroad Company, Chicago Ill, 1904-1913

 

134

Erie Railroad Company, General Office, New York, NY 1911-1914

 

135

Erie Railroad Company, New York, NY 1910-1911

 

136

Eureka Cement Brick Block Company 1909

 

137

Express Publishing Company 1910

 

138

F.A. Lester and Company 1905

 

139

F.J. McMahon, Foreman 1910

 

140

Federal Car and Equipment Company 1907

 

141

First National Bank of Commerce 1910-1911

 

142

Forsyth Steel Tie Company 1909

 

143

France Company, 1910, 1914

 

144

Frank Demorest 1911

 

145

Frisbe-Morgan Coal Company, 1908

 

146

Galena Signal Oil Company 1913-1914

 

147

General Specialty Company 1907

 

148

George F. Hull, 1910

 

149

George Linnenkugel 1911

 

150

George M. Jones 1909-1914

 

151

George W. Green 1907

 

152

German National Bank 1909-1911

 

153

Glass Sand Prices from Silica Oh 1903-1904, n.d.

 

154

Golding Sons Coil 1907

 

155

Gotshall Brothers 1908-1909

 

156

Government Valuation of Railway Property 1916

 

157

Grand Rapids and Indiana Railway Company 1904-1907

 

158

Grand Trunk Railway Company, H.C. Martin, Chicago 1910, 1914

 

159

Grand Trunk Railway System, Buffalo NY 1909

 

160

Grand Trunk Railway System, Montreal Que 1914-1915

 

161

Grand Trunk Railway System, Toledo Oh 1903-1914

 

162

Guaranty Trust Company 1912

 

163

H.E. Felton 1911

 

164

H.W. Conrad, Denver Co (1912)

 

165

Harry E. Duquid 1908 (Letter of Resignation)

 

166

Hedstrom-Barry Company 1913

 

167

Henahan - King Company 1913

 

168

Henry Levis and Company 1909-1910

 

169

Henry Linnenkugel 1911

 

170

Highland Rim Mining Company 1907

 

171

Hocking Valley Railway Company, Columbus, Ohio 1909-1915

 

172

Hocking Valley Railway Company, Rockwell, Ohio 1906 1912

 

173

Hocking Valley Railway Company, Toledo, Ohio 1913-1915

 

174

Holbrook, F.S. 1909

 

175

Holran Stone Company 1912

 

176

House of Representatives 1914

 

177

I. Gerson and Sons 1909, 1913-1914

 

178

Imperial Oil Company

 

179

Indian Refining Company 1913

 

180

Indian Run Coal Company 1910

 

181

Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Company 1913-1914

 

182

Industrial Lumber Company 1907

 

183

Injuries, Damages, etc 1916

 

184

International Harvester Company of America 1912

 

185

International Seal and Lock Company 1907,1913

 

186

Interstate Commerce Commission 1914-1915

 

187

Interstate Despatch 1905-1907

 

188

Interstate Hay Company 1912-1913

 

189

Interstate Schools, Inc. 1909

 

190

Irving B. Heitt Company 1909

 

191

J.H. Crawford, 1908

 

192

J.M. Cox, Governor, Columbus Oh, 1914

 

193

J.P. Fellers and Company 1909

 

194

James F. Gardner Railway Equipment 1909-1911

 

195

John Glazier 1904

 

196

John Hurst 1910

 

197

John S. Lewis 1913

 

198

Johnson and Clenmer 1909

 

199

Johnson and Co. 1911

 

200

Johnson Wrecking Frog Company 1910

 

201

Kanawha and Michigan Railway Company 1911

 

202

Kanawha Fuel Company 1904-1905

 

203

Kansas City Southern Railway Company 1907

 

204

Kelsey and Freeman Lumber Company 1908, 1909, 1915

 

205

L.B. Bueford, Chief Tariff Bureau 1909

 

206

L.J. Merriman 1907

 

207

La Meridionale Employment Company 1910

 

208

Lake Erie and Western Railroad Company 1904-1912

 

209

Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Company, Cleveland Oh 1913-1915

 

210

Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Company, Colinwood, Oh 1914

 

211

Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Company, Leased Equipment 1914

 

212

Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Company, w/ E. Thwaites 1914

 

213

Lehigh and New England Railroad Company 1908

 

214

Lehigh Portland Cement Company 1914

 

215

Lehigh Valley Railroad Company 1910-1911

 

216

Lieber Lumber and Shingle Company 1907

 

217

Lima Locomotive Corporation 1914

 

218

Loading Track at Silica 1914

 

219

Long Island Railroad Company 1911

 

220

Lorain and Southern Railroad Company 1914

 

221

Louisville and Nashville  Railroad Company 1911

 

222

Love Brake Shoe Company 1910

 

223

Manufacturer's Railway Company 1907, 1914

 

224

Memphis Freight Committee 1908

 

225

Michigan Central Railroad Company, Detroit Mi, 1907-1914

 

226

Michigan Central Railroad Company, Toledo Oh, 1904-1915

 

227

Miller Brothers, Dorr St. R.F.D. 1909-1914

2

1

Miscellaneous Movement, etc.  1908-1915 and n.d.

 

2

Miscellaneous Notices and Inquiries, etc. 1907-1915

 

3

Missouri Pacific Railway Company 1903-1912

 

4

Mobile and Ohio Railway Company 1910-1915

 

5

Monongahela Railroad Company 1912-1913

 

6

Moody Manual Company 1912

 

7

Mr. C.S. Mason 1911

 

8

Mr. Charles Patton, 1910

 

9

Mr. D.S.C. Moore 1911

 

10

Mr. E.A. Janney 1909

 

11

Mr. Edward F. McLeary, Justice of the Peace 1910

 

12

Mr. F.A. Bush 1911

 

13

Mr. Frank Burr 1909

 

14

Mr. George Farrison 1909

 

15

Mr. J. M. Kuttner 1908

 

16

Mr. J.B. Larr (Potential Factory Location) 1909

 

17

Mr. J.R. Metzger, Conductor 1910

 

18

Mr. K. Frank 1910

 

19

Mr. S.S. Pratt, Superintendent, Silica Oh 1909

 

20

Mr. W. F. Allen, 1907

 

21

Mr. W.L. Cromlish 1910

 

22

Mt. Vernon Car Manufacturing Company 1912

 

23

National Association of Railway Commissioners 1912

 

24

National Bank of Commerce (St. Louis) 1909-1911

 

25

National Bank of Commerce (Toledo) 1912

 

26

National Railway Publication Company 1907-1915

 

27

National Silica Company 1915

 

28

National Tube Company 1910-1911

 

29

Naugle Pole and Tie Company 1907

 

30

Nevada County Railroad Company 1905

 

31

Newburgh and Southshore Railway Company, 1911

 

32

Newell B. Newton Company, 1910

 

33

New Orleans and Northeastern Railroad, 1911

 

34

New York Central and Hudson River Railroad, 1912

 

35

New York Central Fast Freight Lines 1910

 

36

New York Central Lines, Chicago Ill., 1914

 

37

New York Central Lines, Cincinnati Oh, 1907

 

38

New York Central Lines, Cleveland 1914-1915

 

39

New York Central Lines, Engineering Department, 1912-1914

 

40

New York Central Lines, G.E. Husted, Toledo Oh, 1914-1915

 

41

New York Central Lines, w/ Billings and Torbon, 1913-1915

 

42

New York, Chicago, and St. Louis 1912-1915

 

43

Norfolk and Western Railway Company, Columbus Oh, 1904, 1913

 

44

Norfolk and Western Railway Company, Toledo Ohio1905

 

45

Northern Navigation Company of Ontario 1907

 

46

Norwalk and Western Railway, Toledo Ohio, 1905

 

47

Official Classification Committee 1907-1915

 

48

Official List of Open and Prepay Stations 1908-1914

 

49

Official Railway Guide 1911-1915

 

50

Ohio and Michigan Sand and Gravel Company, 1913-1914

 

51

Ohio Brick Company 1913

 

52

Ohio Savings Bank and Trust, 1911-1915

 

53

Ohio Standard Chemical Company, 1914-1915

 

54

Ohio State University 1909

 

55

Orenstein-Arthur Koppel Company 1907-1915

 

56

Ottawa Silica Company 1904, 1914

 

57

Owosso Sugar Company 1905-1906

 

58

Paca Oberlin, Washington D.C., 1910

 

59

Pacific Coast Steamship Company 1910

 

60

Pennsylvania Company, Columbus Oh, 1912

 

61

Pennsylvania Lines, Repair to Locomotives, 1913

 

62

Pennsylvania Lines, West of Pittsburgh, Office of Superintendent, 1911-1913

 

63

Pennsylvania Lines, West of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, 1908-1915

 

64

Pennsylvania Lines, West of Pittsburgh, Toledo Ohio 1905-1915

 

65

Pennsylvania Railroad Company, George Denison, Freight Agent, 1907-1915

 

66

Pennsylvania Railroad Company, Philadelphia, Pa 1909-1915

 

67

Pennsylvania Railroad Company, Pittsburgh, 1906-1914

 

68

Pennsylvania Railroad Company, Superintendents Office, Toledo 1912-1915

 

69

Pennsylvania Railroad Company, Toledo Ohio, Master Mechanic

 

70

Pennsylvania Railroad Company, Toledo Ohio, 1904-1915

 

71

Pere Marquette Line Steamers 1913

 

72

Pere Marquette Railroad, Cincinnati Ohio, 1907

 

73

Pere Marquette Railroad, Detroit Mi, 1904-1915

 

74

Pere Marquette Railroad, Toledo Oh, 1906-1915

 

75

Peter E. Meagher Company 1913

 

76

Philadelphia and Reading Railway Company 1912-1913

 

77

Philadelphia and Reading Railway, E.D. Hilleary 1911

 

78

Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad Company 1904-1914

 

79

Pittsburgh Black Coal Company, Pittsburgh PA, 1904

 

80

Pittsburgh Machinery and Equipment Company 1909

 

81

Pittsburgh Steel Company, 1912

 

82

Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago, and St. Louis Railway Company 1904

 

83

Poole Brothers Railway Printers 1910

 

84

Poor's Railroad Manual Company, n.d.

 

85

Postal Telegraph-Cable Company 1909

 

86

Potts Powder Company 1913

 

87

Pressed Steel Car Company 1911-1912

 

88

Public Utilities Commission of Ohio 1912-1915

 

89

Quotations (Toledo) 1914

 

90

R.C. Gillette 1907

 

91

R.W. Johnson 1913-1914

 

92

The Mishkum Company 1907-1912

 

93

W.A. Gosline and Company 1908-1914

 

94

W.G. Denman, Attorney General 1910

 

95

W.J. Hamilton Coal Company 1906-1910

 

96

W.O. Dennis, Agent, Silica Oh 1908-1915

 

97

W.O. Holst Builders Supply Co, Toledo Oh 1914

 

98

W. R. Bemis, 1910-1915

 

99

Walter Nichols, St. Louis Mo. 1909

 

100

William T. Legett Company 1911

 

101

William V. McMalen, Director of Internal Revenue 1913

 

 

 

 

 

1916-1918

 

 

 

 

102

A. Bently and Sons Co. Building Construction, 1917

 

103

American Railway Association 1916-1918

 

104

American Short Line Railroad Association 1918

 

105

Ann Arbor Railroad Company 1909, 1916-1918

 

106

Armour and Company 1918

 

107

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad 1915-1918 & n.d.

 

108

Barrett Company 1917

 

109

Bixler Coal and Coke Company 1917

 

110

Blade Printing and Paper Company 1917-1918

 

111

Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada 1917-1918

 

112

Boston and Maine Railroad Company, 1918

 

113

Bostwick-Braun Company 1917

 

114

Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh Railway Company 1914-1918

 

115

Bureau for the Safe Transportation of Explosives 1917-1918

 

116

Central Freight Association 1912, 1917-1918

 

117

Charles Boldt Company 1917

 

118

Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company 1917-1918

 

119

Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Company 1917-1918

 

120

Chicago Junction Railway Company 1917

 

121

Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad Company 1917

 

122

Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railway Company 1911-1918 & n.d.

 

123

Cincinnati Northern Railroad Company 1917

 

124

Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago, and St. Louis (The Big Four) Railway Company 1915-1918

 

125

Detroit, Toledo, and Ironton Railroad Company 1917-1918

 

126

Detroit, Toledo, and Shoreline Railroad 1916-1917

 

127

Erie Railroad Company 1917

 

128

Evansville and Indianapolis Railroad 1917-1918

 

129

Fishel and Marks Company 1918

 

130

Fleischmann Transportation Company 1917

 

131

George W. Jenings Lumber, Wood and Shavings 1918

 

132

George M. Jones Company 1918

 

133

Grand Trunk Railway System 1917-1918

 

134

Hickock Producing Company

 

135

Hocking Valley Railway Company 1917-1918

 

136

Illinois Central Railroad Company 1916-1918

 

137

Imperial Oil Company, Ltd. 1917

 

138

Internal Correspondence and Miscellaneous Publications 1911-1918,  n.d.

 

139

Interstate Commerce Commission 1912, 1917-1918

 

140

Iowa and Illinois Railway Company 1912, 1914

 

141

JL&H Stadler Fertilizer Company 1916-1918

 

142

Kalamazoo Loose Leaf Binder Company 1917-1918

 

143

Kansas City Southern Railway Company 1917-1918

 

144

Lehigh Portland Cement Company 1917-1918

 

145

Lakeshore and Michigan Southern Railway Co. 1911

 

146

Libbey-Owens Sheet Glass Company 1917-1918

 

147

Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company 1917-1918

 

148

Manufacturer's Railway Company 1917-1918

 

149

Michigan Central Railroad Company 1917-1918

 

150

National Fire Brick Company 1918

 

151

National Malleable Castings Company 1917

 

152

New York Central Railroad Company 1911, 1916-1918

 

153

Nickel Plate Line 1917-1918

 

154

Norfolk and Western 1909, 1913, 1917-1918

 

155

Northwestern Ohio Railway and Power Company  1917-1918

 

156

Official Classification Committee 1917-1918

 

157

Official Railway Equipment Register 1917-1918 & n.d.

 

158

Owens Bottle Machine Company 1917-1918

 

159

Pennsylvania Railroad: Western Lines 1913, 1915-1918 & n.d.

 

160

Pere Marquette Railroad 1911, 1915-1918

3

1

Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad Company 1917-1918

 

2

Pittsburgh, Lisbon, and Western Railroad Company, 1917

 

3

Pittsburgh and West Virginia Railway 1917-1918

 

4

Public Utilities Commission 1917-1918

 

5

Rapid City, Black Hills and Western Railroad Company 1909-1910

 

6

Samuel Lanski, 1918

 

7

Silica Milling Company 1917-1918

 

8

Skeldon Engineering Company 1917-1918

 

9

Southern Pacific Lines 1917-1918

 

10

Standard Oil Company 1917-1918

 

11

Standard Scale and Supply Company 1917

 

12

St. Louis Southwestern Railway Company 1917 & n.d.

 

13

Swift and Company 1918

 

14

Tariffs 1915-1918

 

15

Toledo, Bowling Green and Southern Railway Company 1917-1918

 

16

Toledo Freight Committee 1911, 1917-1918

 

17

Toledo and Ohio Central Railway Company (Division of New York Central) 1911, 1915-1918

 

18

Toledo, St. Louis, and Western Railroad Company 1917-1918 & n.d.

 

19

Toledo Stone and Glass Sand Company 1915, 1917 & n.d.

 

20

Toledo Terminal Railroad Company 1916-1918 & n.d.

 

21

Toledo and Western Railroad Company 1917-1918

 

22

Traffic Service Bureau 1918

 

23

Union Railroad Company 1917-1918

 

24

Unidentified Source - received by TA&W 1915-1918

 

25

United States Railroad Administration 1918 & n.d.

 

26

Various Correspondence A-M

 

27

Various Correspondence N-Z

 

28

Wabash Railway Company

 

29

Walter A. Zelnicker Supply Company 1917-1918

 

30

Wheeling and Lake Erie Railway Company 1916-1918

 

 

 

 

 

1923-1946

 

 

 

 

31

1.1 Misc. Memos 1923-1935

 

32

1.2 General

 

33

1.6 Bureau of Unemployment Insurance 1938

 

34

1.6 Railroad Retirement Act 1934-1935

 

35

1.6 Railroad Retirement Board 1935-1940

 

36

1.7 Railroad Labor Act 1934-1940

 

37

1.8 Social Security 1936-1938

 

38

1.9 Ohio Unemployment Insurance 1937

 

39

1.10 Railroad Unemployment Insurance 1939

 

40

1.11 Wages and Hours Act 1939

 

41

2.1 Bridges and Culverts 1926-1940

 

42

2.2 Track Maintenance 1924-1942

 

43

2.2 1931

 

44

2.3 Track Construction 1925-1941

 

45

2.4 Sidings, Switches, Switch Locks, Scales 1924-1941

 

46

2.6 Crossings 1926-1940

 

47

2.7 Fences, Land 1913-1933

 

48

2.7 Land.  Closing of Reynolds Road 1931-1936

 

49

3.1 Collections and Payments 1933-1936

 

50

3.2 Prepayments of Freight Charges 1923

 

51

3.3. Additions and Betterments 1923-1940

 

52

3.4 Audits, General Reserve Funds 1925-1945

 

53

3.5 Pay Roll 1931-1946

 

54

3.6 Breakdown of Surplus Account 1908-1943

 

55

4.1 Rates of Pay, Employment 1927-1948

 

56

4.2 Accidents (Wrecks) 1923-1937

 

57

4.3 Discipline and Safety 1923-1940

 

58

4.4 Coal 1924-1943

 

59

4.5 Water 1923-1938

 

60

4.7 Joint Facilities, Joint Employees 1923-1931

 

61

4.8 Interchange with Connectors 1923-1938

 

62

4.9 Schedules and Service 1925-1943

 

63

5.1 Miscellaneous Complaints, No Bills, 1928-1935

 

64

5.2 Tracing Shipments 1925-1933

 

65

5.3 Explosives 1923-1939

 

66

6.1 Data 1925-1929

 

67

6.3 New Locomotives

 

68

6.6 Supplies 1929-1943

 

69

6.5 Inspection 1923-1943

4

1

7.1 Private Line Cars 1923-1939

 

2

7.2 Per Diem and Hire 1931-1941

 

3

7.3 Demurrage and Placing 1930-1943

 

4

7.4 Inspection, Repair, and Damage 1927-1943

 

5

7.5 Car Supply 1924-1942

 

6

7.6 New Purchases, Weighing 1923-1939

 

7

8.1 Loss, Damage, Seals 1929-1940

 

8

8.2 Personal Injury 1925-1948, n.d.

 

9

8.3 Dustin, M.M.A.&S. Law Firm 1923-1930

 

10

8.4 Opinions (Court and Interstate Commerce Commission Decisions) 1927-1940

 

11

8.7 Officers, Organization and Corporate Matters 1924-1940

 

12

9.32 Stone 1921-1938

 

13

9.33 Miscellaneous 1927-1936

 

14

9.4 New Business 1930-1939

 

15

10.1 General Finance

 

16

10.2 Taxes 1923-1940

 

17

10.21 Property Tax 1919-1950 (1 of 2)

 

18

10.21 Property Tax 1919-1950 (2 of 2)

 

19

10.22 Federal Income Tax (Capital Stock Tax)

 

20

10.3 Commerce Guardian Bank

 

21

10.3 Bank Deposits

 

22

10.4 Railroad Credit Corp 1931-1935

 

23

11.1 Annual 1923-1935

 

24

11.1 Annual Reports to Stockholders 1927-1938

 

25

11.2 Monthly Reports 1926-1941

 

26

11.3 Weekly 1923-1933

 

27

11.4 Miscellaneous Estimates, Reports and Statistics Not Otherwise Provided 1923-1940

 

28

11.5 Association of American Railroads 1934-1937

 

29

11.5 Interstate Commerce Commission and American Railway Association 1923-1938

 

30

12.1 Free Transportation 1929-1939

 

31

12.1 Annual Passes 1933-1934

 

32

12.1 Free Transportation 1934-1942

 

33

12.2 Telegraph, Telephone, Mail, Insurance 1923-1936

 

34

12.3 Catalogues and Supply Data 1943

 

35

12.5 General Requests for Information, Directories, Memberships 1924- 1943

 

36

13.2 Bills 1925-1938

 

37

14.1 Relations with Employees 1926-1945

 

38

15.1 Loans and Interest 1923-1925

5

1

1924 Track Supplies

 

2

1925 Track Supplies

 

3

1926 Track Supplies

 

4

1927 Track Supplies

 

5

1928-1929 Track Supplies

 

6

1930-1931 Track Supplies

 

7

Agreement, Prospect, and Contract Bond, 1960-1961

 

8

Bulleting 1927-1935

 

 

C.J. Cainon's Personal Correspondence, 1924-1937

 

9

    -Former Pipe Organ Pumpers, 1929 and n.d.

 

10

    -Freemason Papers 1925-1929 and n.d.

 

11

    -Life Insurance Policy 1929-1936

 

12

    -Personal Business Correspondence 1924-1937

 

13

    -Re: Flexible Joint, 1926

 

14

    -Re: Rueben's Painting 1926

 

15

    -Re: Shipping Claims 1938-1946

 

16

    -with C.B. Burford 1935

 

17

    -with C.F. Brown 1926

 

18

    -with F.G. Oviatt 1930

 

19

    -with G.A. Chapman 1924-1926

 

20

    -with James Webster 1924

 

21

    -with L. Greenburg 1926

 

22

    -with Robert McVicar 1924

 

23

    -with Various Sources 1923-1926

 

24

    -with W.H. Caniff 1923-1925

 

25

Construction Approval 1961

 

26

Construction Plan 1961-1962

 

27

Controlled Materials Plan 1942

 

28

Correspondence with Frank Janes 1882-1889

 

29

Crossing U.S. 23 and Expressway Construction 1959-1960

 

30

Death of A.C. Dustin 1938-1939

 

31

Department of Highway Files, 1937-1967

 

32

Employee Injury and Disease Study 1941-1942

 

33

Estimated Cost of Reproduction in 1929

 

34

General Traffic 1931-1935

 

35

Grade Crossing Agreement 1937

 

36

Grade Crossing Study 1936-1937

 

37

Group Insurance Information 1956-1959

 

38

Highway Planning Survey 1938

 

39

Inventory of Disposed Papers 1932

 

40

Legal Agreement for Sidetrack 1946

 

41

Locomotive Number 100 Repairs 1942-1949

 

42

Ohio Department of Transportation 1942-1946

 

43

Railroad Retirement Board Materials 1927-1941

 

44

    -Blank Forms 1937-1940

 

45

    -Employee's Statements 1938

 

46

    -Correspondence 1938-1941

 

47

    -Funeral of H. Bigelow 1927

 

48

    -Publications 1940

 

49

Recapture by the Interstate Commerce Commission 1928-1931

 

50

Recapture by the Interstate Commerce Commission 1931-1932

 

51

Relocated Route 23  1960

 

52

Report of Changes Made in Equipment

 

53

Requests for Employment 1946

 

54

Revised Construction Plan 1959

 

55

Right of Way and Real Estate Information, n.d. (1920-1930)

 

56

Road Improvement Vouchers and Maps 1941

6

1

Route 23 Relocation Plans, 1957-1960

 

2

Safety at Railway Crossings, 1928-1929

 

3

Stock Trading 1938-1940

 

4

Valuation (Land) 1927-1936

 

5

Valuation (Physical) 1925-1930

 

6

Valuation (Physical) 1930-1935

 

7

War Production Board 1942

 

 

 

 

 

S2. Financial and Administrative Documents

 

 

 

 

 

Annual Reports

 

 

Accountant's Report

 

8

Accountant's Report 1917

 

 

 

 

 

Annual Report of Fatal Accidents

 

9

Annual Report of Fatal Accidents 1909-1921 and n.d.

 

10

Annual Report of Fatal Accidents 1922-1927

 

11

Annual Report of Fatal Accidents 1928-1936

 

 

 

 

 

Annual Reports to the Interstate Commerce Commission

 

12

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1905-1906

 

13

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1907-1908

 

14

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1909-1910

 

15

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1911-1912

 

16

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1913-1914

 

17

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1915-1916

7

1

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1916-1917

 

2

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1918-1919

 

3

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1921-1924

 

4

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1925-1929

 

5

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1930

 

6

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1931-1934

 

7

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1935-1937

 

8

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1938-1940

 

9

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1941-1943

 

10

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1944-1945

 

11

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1945-1946

 

12

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1947-1948

 

13

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1949-1950

 

14

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1951

 

15

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1952-1954

 

16

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1955-1956

 

17

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1957

 

18

Annual Report to the Interstate Commerce Commission 1958-1959

 

 

 

   

 

Annual Report to the Public Utilities Commission

8

1

Annual Report to the Public Utilities Commission 1909-1910

 

2

Annual Report to the Public Utilities Commission 1911-1912

 

3

Annual Report to the Public Utilities Commission 1913-1914

 

4

Annual Report to the Public Utilities Commission 1915

 

5

Annual Report to the Public Utilities Commission 1916-1921

 

6

Annual Report to the Public Utilities Commission 1922-1927

 

7

Annual Report to the Public Utilities Commission 1928-1932

 

8

Annual Report to the Public Utilities Commission 1933-1935

 

9

Annual Report to the Public Utilities Commission 1936

 

10

Annual Report to the Public Utilities Commission 1937-1939

 

11

Annual Report to the Public Utilities Commission 1940-1942

 

12

Annual Report to the Public Utilities Commission 1944-1945

 

13

Annual Report to the Public Utilities Commission 1946-1948

 

14

Annual Report to the Public Utilities Commission 1949-1951

 

15

Annual Report to the Public Utilities Commission 1952, 1954-1955

 

16

Annual Report to the Public Utilities Commission 1956-1957

 

17

Annual Report to the Public Utilities Commission 1958-1959

 

 

 

 

 

Annual Report to the Tax Commission of Ohio

9

1

Annual Report to the Tax Commission of Ohio 1912

 

2

Annual Report to the Tax Commission of Ohio 1919

 

3

Annual Report to the Tax Commission of Ohio 1920

 

4

Annual Report to the Tax Commission of Ohio 1921

 

5

Annual Report to the Tax Commission of Ohio 1922

 

6

Annual Report to the Tax Commission of Ohio 1923

 

7

Annual Report to the Tax Commission of Ohio 1924

 

8

Annual Report to the Tax Commission of Ohio 1925

 

9

Annual Report to the Tax Commission of Ohio 1926-1927

 

10

Annual Report to the Tax Commission of Ohio 1928-1929

 

11

Annual Report to the Tax Commission of Ohio 1930-1931

 

12

Annual Report to the Tax Commission of Ohio 1932-1933

 

13

Annual Report to the Tax Commission of Ohio 1934-1935

 

14

Annual Report to the Tax Commission of Ohio 1936

 

15

Annual Report to the Tax Commission of Ohio 1937-1938

 

16

Annual Report to the Department of Taxation, State of Ohio 1939-1940

 

17

Annual Report to the Department of Taxation, State of Ohio 1941-1942

 

18

Annual Report to the Department of Taxation, State of Ohio 1943-1944

 

19

Annual Report to the Department of Taxation, State of Ohio 1945-1946

 

20

Annual Report to the Department of Taxation, State of Ohio 1947-1948

 

21

Annual Report to the Department of Taxation, State of Ohio 1949-1950

 

22

Annual Report to the Department of Taxation, State of Ohio 1951-1952

 

23

Annual Report to the Department of Taxation, State of Ohio 1953-1954

 

24

Annual Report to the Department of Taxation, State of Ohio 1955-1956

 

25

Annual Report to the Department of Taxation, State of Ohio 1957

 

26

Annual Report to the Department of Taxation, State of Ohio 1958-1959

 

 

 

 

27

Annual Statement of Gross Earnings to the Tax Commission; 1910-1916, 1917-1932

 

 

 

 

 

Audited Reports

 

28

Audited Report 1924-1930

 

 

 

 

 

Monthly Reports

 

 

Monthly Comparative Statements of Earnings

10

1

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1923

 

2

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1924

 

3

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1925

 

4

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1926

 

5

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1927

 

6

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1928

 

7

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1929

 

8

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1930

 

9

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1931

 

10

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1932

 

11

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1933

 

12

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1934

 

13

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1935

 

14

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1936

 

15

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1937

 

16

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1938

 

17

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1939

 

18

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1940

 

19

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1941

 

20

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1942

 

21

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1943

 

22

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1944

 

23

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1945

 

24

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1946

 

 

 

11

1

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1958

 

2

Monthly Comparative Statements of Revenues and Earnings 1959

 

 

 

 

 

Monthly Estimated Results of Operation

 

3

Monthly Estimated Results of Operation 1922

 

4

Monthly Estimated Results of Operation 1923

 

5

Monthly Estimated Results of Operation 1924

 

6

Monthly Estimated Results of Operation 1925

 

7

Monthly Estimated Results of Operation 1926

 

8

Monthly Estimated Results of Operation 1927

 

9

Monthly Estimated Results of Operation 1928

 

10

Monthly Estimated Results of Operation 1929

 

11

Monthly Estimated Results of Operation 1930

 

12

Monthly Estimated Results of Operation 1931

 

13

Monthly Estimated Results of Operation 1932

 

14

Monthly Estimated Results of Operation 1933

 

15

Monthly Estimated Results of Operation 1934

 

16

Monthly Estimated Results of Operation 1935

 

17

Monthly Estimated Results of Operation 1936

 

18

Monthly Estimated Results of Operation 1937

 

19

Monthly Estimated Results of Operation 1938

 

20

Monthly Estimated Results of Operation 1939

 

21

Monthly Estimated Results of Operation 1940

 

 

 

 

 

Monthly Locomotive Inspections Reports

 

22

Monthly Locomotive Inspections Reports, 1969-1972

 

 

 

 

 

Weekly Reports

 

 

Weekly Load Reports

 

23

Weekly Load Reports 1924

 

24

Weekly Load Reports 1925

 

25

Weekly Load Reports 1926

 

26

Weekly Load Reports 1927

 

27

Weekly Load Reports 1928

 

28

Weekly Load Reports 1929

 

29

Weekly Load Reports 1930

 

30

Weekly Load Reports 1931

 

 

 

 

 

Daily Reports

 

 

Daily Conductor's Reports

12

1

Daily Conductor's Reports 1914

 

 

 

 

 

Daily Diaries

 

2

Daily Diary 1926

 

3

Daily Diary 1927

 

4

Daily Diary 1928

 

5

Daily Diary 1930

 

6

Daily Diary 1931

 

7

Daily Diary 1932

 

8

Daily Diary 1933

 

9

Daily Diary 1934

 

10

Daily Diary 1935

 

11

Daily Diary 1936

 

12

Daily Diary 1937

 

13

Daily Diary 1938

 

14

Daily Diary 1939

 

15

Daily Diary 1940

 

16

Daily Diary 1959

 

 

 

 

 

Daily Interchange Report of Cars

13

1

Daily Interchange Report of Cars 1923-1929

 

2

Daily Interchange Report of Cars 1946-1948

 

 

 

 

 

Daily Reports of Cars

 

3

Daily Reports of Cars in the Yard 1941-1946

 

4

Daily Reports of Cars in the Yard 1942

 

5

Daily Reports of Cars in the Yard 1946

 

6

Daily Reports of Cars in the Yard 1947-1949

 

7

Daily Reports of Cars on Medusa Track for Loading 1947-1949 (1 of 2)

 

8

Daily Reports of Cars on Medusa Track for Loading 1947-1949 (2 of 2)

 

9

Daily Reports of Cars in the Yard 1948-1949

 

10

Daily Reports of Cars in the Yard 1949

 

 

 

 

 

Daily Report of M. of W. Department

 

11

Daily Report of M. of W. Department

 

 

 

 

 

Daily Train Inspection

 

12

Daily Train Inspection

 

 

 

 

 

Switching and Per Diem Reclaim

 

13

Switching and Per Diem Reclaim 1932-1933

 

14

Switching and Per Diem Reclaim 1934-1935

 

15

Switching and Per Diem Reclaim 1937-1938

 

16

Switching and Per Diem Reclaim 1939-1940

 

17

Switching and Per Diem Reclaim 1941-1942

 

18

Switching and Per Diem Reclaim 1944-1945

 

19

Switching and Per Diem Reclaim 1946-1947

 

20

Switching and Per Diem Reclaim 1948-1949

 

 

 

 

 

Surveyor's Report

14

1

Surveyor's Report, 1929 (1 of 2)

 

2

Surveyor's Report, 1929 (2 of 2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Returns

 

 

Capital Stock Return

 

3

Capital Stock Return 1918-1926

 

 

 

 

 

Income Tax Return

 

4

Income Tax Return 1920-1924

 

5

Income Tax Return 1925-1929

 

6

Income Tax Return 1931-1933

 

7

Income Tax Return 1934-1940

 

8

Income Tax Return 1941-1945

 

9

Income Tax Return 1946-1948

 

10

Income Tax Return 1949-1951

 

11

Income Tax Return 1952-1954

 

12

Income Tax Return 1955-1958

 

 

 

 

 

Return Under 15-A of Interstate Commerce Act

 

13

Return under 15-A of Interstate Commerce Act 1920-1926

 

14

Return under 15-A of Interstate Commerce Act 1926-1927

 

15

Return under 15-A of Interstate Commerce Act 1928-1929

 

16

Return under 15-A of Interstate Commerce Act 1930-1931

 

 

 

 

 

Ledgers

 

 

Records and Reports to I.C.C. Bureau of Valuation

 

*

Record of Property Changes, 1917-1931 (Oversized)

 

*

Reports to I.C.C. Bureau of Valuation, 1917-1934 (Oversized)

 

 

 

 

 

Shipping Ledgers

 

 

Gas Shipment Ledgers

15

1

Gas Shipment Ledger (Hickock Oil) 1922

 

2

Gas Shipment Ledger (Hickock Oil) 1923

 

3

Gas Shipment Ledger (Hickock Oil) 1927-1928

 

 

 

 

 

General Shipment Ledger

 

4

General Shipment Ledger 1919-1920

 

 

 

 

 

Ledgers of Train Movements

 

5

Ledger of Train Movements 1917-1918

 

6

Ledger of Train Movements 1919

 

7

Ledger of Train Movements 1920

 

8

Ledger of Train Movements 1920-1921

 

9

Ledger of Train Movements 1921

 

10

Ledger of Train Movements 1921-1922

16

1

Ledger of Train Movements 1922-1925

 

2

Ledger of Train Movements 1923

 

3

Ledger of Train Movements 1923-1927

 

4

Ledger of Train Movements 1925-1928

 

5

Ledger of Train Movements 1928-1929

 

6

Ledger of Train Movements 1929

 

7

Ledger of Train Movements 1929-1930

 

8

Ledger of Train Movements 1931

 

 

 

 

 

Record of Cars in the Yard

17

1

Record of Cars in the Yard 1922

 

2

Record of Cars in the Yard 1922-1923

 

3

Record of Cars in the Yard 1923-1925

 

4

Record of Cars in the Yard 1925-1926

 

5

Record of Cars in the Yard 1926-1928

 

6

Record of Cars in the Yard 1928-1929

 

7

Record of Cars in the Yard 1929

 

8

Record of Cars in the Yard 1930

 

9

Record of Cars in the Yard 1937-1939

 

10

Record of Cars in the Yard 1939-1940

 

11

Record of Cars in the Yard 1940-1942

 

12

Record of Cars in the Yard 1942-1945

 

13

Record of Cars in the Yard 1945-1947

 

14

Record of Cars in the Yard 1947-1948

18

1

Record of Cars in the Yard 1948-1950

 

2

Record of Cars in the Yard 1951-1953

 

3

Record of Cars in the Yard 1953-1955

 

 

 

 

 

Stone Shipment Ledger

 

4

Stone Shipment Ledger 1917-1918

 

 

 

 

 

Accounting Ledgers

 

*

Account Ledger 1903-1908

 

5

Account Ledger 1914

 

 

 

 

 

Accounts Received/Payable

 

6

Accounts Received/Payable (Ledger) 1904-1906

 

7

Accounts Received/Payable 1911-1916 (1 of 4)

 

8

Accounts Received/Payable 1911-1916 (2 of 4)

 

9

Accounts Received/Payable 1911-1916 (3 of 4)

 

10

Accounts Received/Payable 1911-1916 (4 of 4)

19

1

Accounts Received/Payable 1917-1919

 

2

Accounts Received/Payable 1917-1922

 

3

Accounts Received/Payable 1917-1933 (1 of 2)

 

4

Accounts Received/Payable 1917-1933 (2 of 2)

 

5

Accounts Received/Payable 1925-1926

 

6

Accounts Received/Payable 1927-1939

 

7

Accounts Received/Payable 1926-1931 (1 of 11)

 

8

Accounts Received/Payable 1926-1931 (2 of 11)

 

9

Accounts Received/Payable 1926-1931 (3 of 11)

 

10

Accounts Received/Payable 1926-1931 (4 of 11)

 

11

Accounts Received/Payable 1926-1931 (5 of 11)

 

12

Accounts Received/Payable 1926-1931 (6 of 11)

 

13

Accounts Received/Payable 1926-1931 (7 of 11)

 

14

Accounts Received/Payable 1926-1931 (8 of 11)

20

1

Accounts Received/Payable 1926-1931 (9 of 11)

 

2

Accounts Received/Payable 1926-1931 (10 of 11)

 

3

Accounts Received/Payable 1926-1931 (11 of 11)

 

 

 

 

 

Accounts Payable

 

4

Audited Accounts Payable 1908-1911

 

5

Audited Accounts Payable 1920-1933 (1 of 2)

 

6

Audited Accounts Payable 1920-1933 (2 of 2)

 

7

Accounts Payable 1932

 

8

Accounts Payable 1933

 

9

Accounts Payable 1934

 

10

Audited Accounts Payable 1934-1935

 

11

Accounts Payable 1935

 

12

Accounts Payable 1936

 

13

Accounts Payable 1937

 

14

Audited Accounts Payable 1937-1939 (1 of 2)

 

15

Audited Accounts Payable 1937-1939 (2 of 2)

 

16

Accounts Payable 1938

 

17

Accounts Payable 1939

 

18

Accounts Payable 1940

 

19

Accounts Payable 1940-1941

 

20

Accounts Payable 1941

 

21

Accounts Payable 1942

 

22

Audited Accounts Payable 1942

 

23

Accounts Payable 1943

 

24

Audited Accounts Payable 1943

 

25

Accounts Payable 1944

 

26

Audited Accounts Payable 1944

 

27

Accounts Payable 1945

 

28

Audited Accounts Payable 1945

 

29

Accounts Payable 1946

 

30

Audited Accounts Payable 1946

 

31

Accounts Payable 1947

 

32

Audited Accounts Payable 1947

 

33

Accounts Payable 1948

 

34

Audited Accounts Payable 1948

 

 

 

 

 

Accounts Received

 

35

Accounts Received 1908-1911

 

36

Accounts Received 1932

 

37

Accounts Received 1933

 

38

Accounts Received 1934

 

39

Accounts Received 1934-1936

21

1

Accounts Received 1935

 

2

Accounts Received 1936

 

3

Accounts Received 1937

 

4

Miscellaneous Accounts Received 1937-1939

 

5

Miscellaneous Accounts Received 1937-1940

 

6

Accounts Received 1938

 

7

Accounts Received 1939

 

8

Accounts Received 1940

 

9

Miscellaneous Accounts Received 1940

 

10

Accounts Received 1940-1941

 

11

Accounts Received 1941

 

12

Miscellaneous Accounts Received 1941

 

13

Accounts Received 1942

 

14

Miscellaneous Accounts Received 1942

 

15

Accounts Received 1943

 

16

Miscellaneous Accounts Received 1943

 

17

Accounts Received 1944

 

18

Miscellaneous Accounts Received 1944

 

19

Accounts Received 1945

 

20

Miscellaneous Accounts Received 1945

 

21

Accounts Received 1946

 

22

Miscellaneous Accounts Received 1946

 

23

Accounts Received 1947

 

24

Miscellaneous Accounts Received 1947

 

25

Miscellaneous Accounts Received 1948

 

 

 

 

 

Cash Books

22

1

Cash Book 1904-1909

 

2

Cash Book 1905-1907

 

3

Cash Book 1908-1911

 

4

Cash Book 1911-1915

 

5

Cash Book 1915

 

6

Cash Book 1916-1918

 

7

Cash Book 1918-1921

 

8

Cash Book 1922

 

 

 

*

*

Inbound and Outbound Freight Revenue Ledgers

 

 

Inbound and Outbound Freight Revenue, 1917

 

 

Inbound and Outbound Freight Revenue, 1919-1920

 

 

Inbound and Outbound Freight Revenue, 1920-1921

 

 

Inbound and Outbound Freight Revenue, 1921-1922

 

 

Inbound and Outbound Freight Revenue, 1922-1923

 

 

 

*

*

Inbound Freight Revenue

 

 

Inbound Freight Revenue 1924-1936

 

 

Inbound Freight Revenue 1936-1942

 

 

Inbound Freight Revenue 1942-1945

 

 

 

*

*

Outbound Freight Revenue

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1916

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1916

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1917

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1917-1918

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1923-1924

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1924-1925

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1925-1926

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1925-1927

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1927-1928

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1929-1930

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1930-1931

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1931-1934

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1934-1935

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1935-1936

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1936-1937

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1937-1938

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1938-1939

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1939-1940

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1940-1941

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1941-1942

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1942-1943

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1943-1945

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1945-1946

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1946-1947

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1947-1948

 

 

Outbound Freight Revenue, 1948-1950

 

 

 

 

 

Pay Roll Ledgers

23

1

Pay Roll Ledger 1908-1910

 

2

Pay Roll Ledger 1910-1912

 

3

Pay Roll Ledger 1912-1913

 

4

Pay Roll Ledger 1913-1914

 

5

Pay Roll Ledger 1914-1916

 

6

Pay Roll Ledger 1917-1918

 

7

Pay Roll Ledger 1918-1920

 

8

Pay Roll Ledger 1920-1921

 

9

Pay Roll Ledger 1921-1922

 

10

Pay Roll Ledger 1922-1924

 

 

 

 

11

Pay Roll Ledger 1935-1937

 

12

Pay Roll Ledger 1937-1939

 

13

Pay Roll Ledger 1937-1941

 

 

 

 

14

Pay Roll Ledger 1944-1950

 

15

Pay Roll Ledger 1950-1956

 

16

Pay Roll Ledger 1956-1960

 

 

 

 

*

Pay Roll, Supplies, Expenses and Tonnage Reports Ledger, 1914-1916

 

 

 

 

 

Through Traffic Ledger

 

17

Through Traffic 1924-1934

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Track Supply Ledger

 

18

Track Supply Ledger 1935-1951

 

 

 

 

 

Waybill Ledger

 

*

Waybill Ledger, 1915

 

 

 

 

 

Annual Account Ledgers

 

19

Annual Account Ledger 1920

 

20

Annual Account Ledger 1921

 

21

Annual Account Ledger 1922

 

22

Annual Account Ledger 1923

24

1

Annual Account Ledger 1924

 

 

 

 

 

Account Statements, Receipts and Deposit Tickets

 

2

Commerce Guardian Trust Savings Bank 1926

 

3

Cleveland Trust Company 1931-1932

 

 

 

 

 

Authorities for Expenditure

 

4

Authorities for Expenditure 1918-1930

 

 

 

 

 

Balance Sheets

 

5

Balance Sheets 1920-1923

 

6

Balance Sheets 1925-1941

 

 

 

 

 

Cancelled Checks (sampled 4 per 100)

 

7

Ohio Savings Bank and Trust Company #'s 3675-6075, 1915-1918

 

8

Ohio Savings Bank and Trust Company #'s 9175-9650 & 1047-1265,  1923-1926

 

9

Ohio Savings Bank and Trust Company #'s 225-1000, 1925-1927

 

10

Commerce Guardian Trust Savings Bank #'s 1-1000, 1926-1927

 

11

Farmers and Merchants Bank Co #'s 1-1125, 1931-1934

 

12

Various, 1948

 

 

 

 

 

Demurrage

 

13

Demurrage 1934-1943 (1 of 11)

 

14

Demurrage 1934-1943 (2 of 11)

 

15

Demurrage 1934-1943 (3 of 11)

 

16

Demurrage 1934-1943 (4 of 11)

 

17

Demurrage 1934-1943 (5 of 11)

 

18

Demurrage 1934-1943 (6 of 11)

 

19

Demurrage 1934-1943 (7 of 11)

 

20

Demurrage 1934-1943 (8 of 11)

 

21

Demurrage 1934-1943 (9 of 11)

 

22

Demurrage 1934-1943 (10 of 11)

 

23

Demurrage 1934-1943 (11 of 11)

 

 

 

 

 

Freight Claims (sampled 1 per 10)

25

1

Freight Claims #'s 80-100, 1909-1911

 

2

Freight Claims #'s 290-320, 1909-1911

 

3

Freight Claims #'s 320-350, 1910

 

4

Freight Claims #'s 350-390, 1909, 1911

 

5

Freight Claims #'s 390-430, 1911-1912

 

6

Freight Claims #'s 430-490, 1911-1913

 

7

Freight Claims #'s 490-520, 1911-1913

 

8

Freight Claims #'s 520-560, 1911-1913

 

9

Freight Claims #'s 570-600, 1912-1913

 

10

Freight Claims #'s 600-670, 1913-1914

 

 

 

 

 

Pay Roll Account Statements

 

11

Pay Roll Account Statements

 

 

 

 

 

Pay Roll Deduction Stubs

 

12

Pay Roll Deduction Stubs, 1925-1932

 

 

 

 

 

Purchase Orders

 

13

Purchase Orders #'s 1-150,  1923-1925

 

14

Purchase Orders #'s 151-247, 1925-1928

 

15

Purchase Orders #'s  348-451, 1928-1930

 

16

Purchase Orders #'s 542-736, 1930-1941

 

 

 

 

17

Purchase Order Correspondence, 1924, 1939-1946

 

18

Purchase Order Correspondence, 1947-1950

 

19

Re: Purchase Orders: Bills of Lading, 1924-1949

 

 

 

 

 

Shipping Orders

 

20

Shipping Orders 1918-1922

 

 

 

 

 

Vouchers (sampled 4 per 100)

 

21

T500-T900, 1908-1910

 

22

T1000-T2200, 1910-1913

 

23

T2250-T3600, 1914-1918

 

 

 

 

24

B2700-B3275, 1913-1915

 

25

B3300-B3700, 1915

 

26

B4175-B4650, 1917-1918

 

 

 

 

 

S3.  Printed Materials

 

 

Blueprints and Maps

26

1

Blueprints 1920-1929

 

2

Blueprints 1923-1928

 

3

Map, June 11, 1925

 

4

Map of Taxing Districts, 1961

 

 

 

 

 

Books (moved to Rare Books Collection)

/

/

Alternating Current Machines, 1906

 

/

Automobile Engineering, 1920

 

/

Boiler Operators Guide, 1940

 

/

Carbon, Graphite and Metal-Graphite Brushes, 1946

 

/

Carnegie Pocket Companion, 1923

 

/

A Complete Guide to Building and Plant Maintenance, 1971

 

/

Cost of Locomotive Operation 1905

 

/

Economics of Electrical Distribution, 1922

 

/

Electrical Measurement in Theory and Application, 1924

 

/

Elements of Electrical Engineering, 1907

 

/

Elements of Industrial Heat, 1933

 

/

The Elements of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Volume II, 1898

 

/

Everyday Electricity, 1927

 

/

Everready Pipe and Elbow Chart, 1921

 

/

Freight Traffic Red Book, 1926

 

/

Hawkin's Electrical Dictionary

 

/

How To Run a Lathe, 1937

 

/

International Textbook Company 1937

 

/

    175B - Measuring Instruments

 

/

    176 - Drilling Machines and Practices

 

/

    177B - Lathe Work

 

/

    178B - Lathe Work II

 

/

    180 - Planers and Planer Practice

 

/

    181B - Shaper, Slotter, and Boring Mill Work

 

/

    182 - Milling Machines and Equipment

 

/

    183 - Milling Machine Practice and Work

 

/

    184 - Grinding Equipment and Practice

 

/

    185 - Gear Calculations and Cutting

 

/

    186 - Bench Work

 

/

    187 - Erecting

 

/

    189C - Toolmaking

 

/

    190 - Gauges, Jugs and Fixtures

 

/

    191B - Dies and Die Making

 

/

    204C - Malleable Casting

 

/

    206B - Tampering and Heat Treatment of Steel

 

/

    209B - Elements of Blueprint Reading

 

/

    235 - Formulas - Cube Root - Logarithms

 

/

    348 - Mechanical Principles

 

/

Machinery's Handbook, 1937

 

/

Model Making, 1925

 

/

Modern Marine Engineering, 1942

 

/

National Brush Digest, 1957

 

/

The Official Guide of the Railways 1953

 

/

Oil Burners, 1937

 

/

Page's Ohio Cumulative Digest Service, No. 11, 1932

 

/

Proceedings of the Association of American Railroads 1933-1935

 

/

Steel Plates, 1935

 

/

Street Railway Equipment

 

/

Supervision of Cars - Science of Railways, Volume 19, 1904

 

/

Supervision of Locomotives - Science of Railways, Volume 18, 1904

 

/

Transformer Practice, 1913

 

/

Trolley's of the English Speaking World

 

/

Welding Trainee's Course

 

 

 

 

 

Diagrams, Samples and Promotional Materials

26

5

Diagrams, Samples and Promotional Materials, 1924-1950

 

 

 

 

 

Interstate Commerce Commission and Public Utilities Commission Publications

 

6

Interstate Commerce Commission and Public Utilities Commission Tariff Circulars, 1911-1921

 

 

 

 

7

Interstate Commerce Commission Legal Publications

 

8

Interstate Commerce Commission Publications Regarding Valuation, 1919-1933

 

9

Inter-territorial Agreement of the Interstate Commerce Act, 1950-1958

 

 

 

 

10

Proposed Codification of Administrative Orders of the Public Utilities Commission, 1962 (1 of 2)

 

11

Proposed Codification of Administrative Orders of the Public Utilities Commission, 1962 (2 of 2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manuals

 

12

Alco Locomotive Manual 1949

 

13

Alco Locomotive Manual 1950

 

14

Alco Locomotive Manual 1952-1965

 

15

Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton Maintenance Manual 1951

 

16

Baldwin Locomotive Works Manuals 1938, 1949

 

17

Barber Standard Car Maintenance Manual 1982

 

18

Case DI Tractor Manual, n.d.

 

19

Cummins Engine Company -Shop Manuals 1959, 1978

27

1

Electric Railway Journal - Maintenance Manual 1929

 

2

General Electric Maintenance Manual 1975

 

3

General Motors Corporation Maintenance Manual 1959

 

4

Lima-Hamilton Corporation Operators Manual, n.d.

 

5

Maintenance of Way Training Manual 1975 (Books I-V)

 

6

Maintenance of Way Training Manual 1975 (Books VI-XI)

 

7

Santa Fe Railroad Instructions on Air Brake Equipment, 1952

 

8

Vapor-Clarkson Steam Generator Manual, 1948

 

9

Westinghouse Air Brake Company - Instruction Pamphlet 1945, 1949

 

10

Westinghouse Electric Maintenance Manuals 1922, 1954

 

11

Woodward Governor Manuals 1951

 

 

 

 

 

Parts Catalogs

 

12

Alco Renewal Parts Catalog, 1952 (1 of 3)

 

13

Alco Renewal Parts Catalog, 1952 (2 of 3)

 

14

Alco Renewal Parts Catalog, 1952 (3 of 3)

 

15

Allen Bradley Company Catalog, 1955

 

16

Case Tractor and Shoveloader Catalog, 1943

 

17

Clow-National Pipe Products Catalog, 1943

 

18

Crane Company Valves and Pipe Fittings Catalog, 1936 (1 of 4)

 

19

Crane Company Valves and Pipe Fittings Catalog, 1936 (2 of 4)

 

20

Crane Company Valves and Pipe Fittings Catalog, 1936 (3 of 4)

 

21

Crane Company Valves and Pipe Fittings Catalog, 1936 (4 of 4)

 

22

D-17000 Engine Parts Catalog, 1958

 

23

General Electric Parts Catalog, 1951

 

24

Graybar Electric Company Catalog, 1934

28

1

Hunt-Spiller Parts Catalog, n.d.

 

2

Link-Belt General Catalog, 1950

 

3

Lunkenheimer Catalog, 1939

 

4

Power Parts Company Parts Catalog,1983

 

5

Preco Equipment Catalog, 1983

 

6

Railway Car Parts Catalog, 1975

 

7

Russell, Burdsell, and Ward Bolt and Nut Company Catalog, 1945

 

8

Various Parts Catalogs,

 

9

Various Screw Manufacturer's Catalogs, n.d.

 

10

Westinghouse General Catalog, 1939-1940

 

11

Westinghouse Parts Supplement Catalogs, 1926-1983 (1 of 4)

 

12

Westinghouse Parts Supplement Catalogs, 1926-1983 (2 of 4)

 

13

Westinghouse Parts Supplement Catalogs, 1926-1983 (3 of 4)

 

14

Westinghouse Parts Supplement Catalogs, 1926-1983 (4 of 4)

 

 

 

 

 

Schematic Drawings

29

1

Air Brake Equipment, Freight n.d.

 

2

Air Brake Equipment, Passenger n.d.

 

 

 

 

 

Stationary

 

3

Blank Forms, n.d.

 

 

 

 

 

S4. Ephemera

 

4

Brass Spitoon, n.d.

 

5

Espionage and Sabotage Warning Poster, 1942

 

6

Power Line Insulator - H.G. Company - Pettico AT (patent 1803)

 

7

Power Line Insulator - Hemingray - 42

 

8

Signal Light, Starlite 777 - Star Headlight and Lantern Company, n.d.

 

9

Signal Light, Starlite 777 - Star Headlight and Lantern Company, n.d.

 

10

Stencils, 1928

 

*

"Watch Your Step" Metal Sign

 

 

 

 

 

S5. Toledo, Angola, and Western Employee's Mutual Aid Society

31

1

Correspondence and Miscellaneous Re: Mutual Aid Society, 1927-1937

 

2

Ledger Regarding Employee's Mutual Relief Association, 1927-1935

 

3

Secretary's Record Book for Employee's Mutual Relief Assn., 1927-1937

 

 

 

 

 

S6. Waterfront Electric Railway Materials

 

4

Ballpoint Pens, n.d.

 

5

Brochure for Waterfront Electric Railway, mid-1970's

 

6

Decal Stickers, n.d.

 

7

HO Scale Railroad Panels, n.d.

 

8

Index Cards of Names and Addresses, A-G, 1980-1986

 

9

Index Cards of Names and Addresses, H-R, 1980-1986

 

10

Index Cards of Names and Addresses, R-Z, 1980-1986

 

11

Labor Union Medallion, 1969

 

12

Receipts From Merchandise Sold at Flea Market, 1981-1982

 

13

Rubber Stamps, n.d.

 

14

Souvenir Tickets, n.d.

 

15

Stock Certificates,1983-1986

 

16

Stock Certificates,1984

 

17

Stock Certificates, n.d.

 

 

T-Shirts

 

18

    -Silica Northern, n.d.

 

19

    -Toledo, Angola and Western, n.d.

 

20

    -Waterfront Electric Railway, n.d.

 

21

Various Waterfront Electric Papers, 1977-1980

 

22

Waterfront Electric Railway Certificates, n.d.

 

23

Waterfront Electric Railway Fare Tokens, n.d.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Updated: 7/31/14