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Series I. Transportation Prints and Ephemera (small size) 1826-approximately 1910 (bulk 1870-1905)

Physical Description: approximately 570 items in 5 binders and 3 folders

Scope and Content

This series contains more than 570 small-size printed items pertaining to land-based modes of transportation primarily in the United States in the late 19th and early 20th century. The series consists of miscellaneous business records and advertising and promotional materials produced for or related to the bicycle, carriage and wagon, railroad, and freight and passenger transport industries.
While most of the pieces date from the late 1870s through 1905, among the earliest items in the collection is an 1826 pamphlet printed for the American Tract Society entitled "All Right." A dialogue between a coach guard and a passenger. Items range in size from approximately 1 x 3 inches to 11 x 9 inches and though many of images depict transportation vehicles and related equipment, there is a wide variety of imagery including views of factories, buildings, and storefronts, images of children, young women, birds, animals, flowers, trees, and cartoons and caricatures.
The transportation-affiliated entities represented in this series include vehicle, part, equipment, and accessory manufacturers, dealers, and retailers such as wheel works, carriage, sleigh, and wagon builders, bicycle manufacturers, and locomotive and car machine shops. Item types include printed booklets, business cards, calendars, catalogs, envelopes, handbills, labels, leaflets, postcards, trade cards, and separated book and periodical illustrations, as well as stationery with printed billheads and letterheads filled out with manuscript or typewritten correspondence.

Arrangement

This series is arranged in the following 3 subseries:
  • Subseries A. Bicycle (small size)
  • Subseries B. Carriage and Wagon (small size)
  • Subseries C. Railroad (small size)
 

Subseries A. Bicycle (small size)

Physical Description: approximately 100 items in 1 binder and 7 items in 1 folder

Related bicycle ephemera described in a separate finding aid:

Binder 1

Bicycle (8 x 10 inches or smaller in size)

Box 1, Folder 1

Bicycle (between 8 x 10 inches and 11 x 14 inches in size)

 

Subseries B. Carriage and Wagon (small size)

Physical Description: approximately 365 items in 3 binders and 4 items in 1 folder
Binder 2

Carriage and Wagon, A-G by company (8 x 10 inches or smaller in size)

Binder 3

Carriage and Wagon, H-O by company (8 x 10 inches or smaller in size)

Binder 4

Carriage and Wagon, P-Z by company (8 x 10 inches or smaller in size)

Box 1, Folder 2

Carriage and Wagon (between 8 x 10 inches and 11 x 14 inches in size)

 

Subseries C. Railroad (small size)

Physical Description: approximately 95 items in 1 binder and 5 items in 1 folder

Related railroad ephemera described in separate finding aids:

Binder 5

Railroad (8 x 10 inches or smaller in size)

Box 1, Folder 3

Railroad (between 8 x 10 inches and 11 x 14 inches in size)

 

Series II. Transportation Prints and Ephemera (large size) approximately 1833-approximately 1911 (bulk 1840-1900)

Physical Description: 167 items

Scope and Content

This series consists of over 160 large-size printed items related to land-based modes of transportation primarily in the United States. The items date from the 1830s to the 1910s and consists largely of materials pertaining to railroads, with additional items concerning the bicycle and carriage, coach, and wagon industries. The series features lithographs produced by American artists, printers, and publishers, as well as engravings, letterpress, and woodblock prints.
The items consist of advertising cards, posters, broadsides, system maps, timetables, views, and other visual materials primarily produced by transportation-affiliated entities including railroad companies and vehicle and part manufacturers such as wheel works, carriage builders, bicycle manufacturers, and locomotive machine shops. The series contains color-printed, hand-colored, and uncolored images and ranges in size from approximately 11 x 14 inches to 26 x 40 inches.

Arrangement

This series is arranged in the following 3 subseries:
  • Subseries A. Bicycle (large size)
  • Subseries B. Carriage and Wagon (large size)
  • Subseries C. Railroad (large size)
Items are arranged numerically by call number and described in the following format:
  • Title of print. Date
  • Artist(s) (when known). Printer(s). Publisher(s).
 

Subseries A. Bicycle (large size) approximately 1881-1897

Physical Description: 6 items

Scope and Content

This subseries contains six prints related to bicycles that date from the early 1880s to 1897. The prints include four posters and broadsides advertising bicycles and bicycle tires, as well as an image of recreational bicyclists riding in a park (priJLC_TRAN_001196) and a view of the 1883 Springfield, Massachusetts, Bicycle Club cycling tournament (priJLC_TRAN_001382).

Arrangement

Individual items within this series are arranged numerically by call number.
priJLC_TRAN_001196

Autumn recreation. 12 December 1897

Printers: Niagara Lithograph Co. Publishers: Press Co. (Philadelphia, Pa.)
priJLC_TRAN_001357

Columbia bicycle : the Pope Mfg. Co. Boston Mass. approximately 1881

Printers: Forbes Lithograph Manufacturing Company
priJLC_TRAN_001358

Lovell high grade diamond cycles. ... 12 May 1892

Artists: Kilburn & Cross Publishers: Perry Mason & Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001366

Goodrich tires : stand the wear ask Mr. Potter of Texas. approximately 1895

Printers: Werner Company
priJLC_TRAN_001380

Goodrich Tires : stand the wear. Ask Miss. Foote of Chicago. approximately 1896

Artists: Clarke, W. A. (Advertising manager) Printers: Henderson Lithographing Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001382

Springfield Bicycle Club. : Bicycle camp-exhibition & tournament. Springfield, Mass. U.S.A. Sept. 18.19.20.1883. approximately 1883

Printers: Milton Bradley & Co.
 

Subseries B. Carriage and Wagon (large size) approximately 1833-1900

Physical Description: 12 items

Scope and Content

This subseries contains twelve prints pertaining to carriages, coaches, wagons, and similar horse-drawn vehicles primarily in the United States between the 1830s and 1900. The prints include five broadsides and posters advertising the goods and services of wagon, carriage, and sleigh manufacturers; five prints depicting landscapes including an early 1870s view of Mount Shasta advertising the California and Oregon Stage Company (priJLC_TRAN_001870), views of factory buildings, and scenes promoting wagon and wheel companies; a broadside providing the toll rates of the Milford and Chillicothe Turnpike in southern Ohio (priJLC_TRAN_001361); and an advertisement for a Connecticut stage line (priJLC_TRAN_001195).

Arrangement

Individual items within this series are arranged numerically by call number.

Related Material

Items in the Huntington Library Historical Prints collection:

  • priHHC_TRAN_0000006. McLear & Kendall, carriage manufacturers, corner Ninth and King Sts., Wilmington, Del. Ware Bros. Co.; Longacre & Co., approximately 188-?. View online image.  
  • priHHC_TRAN_0000007. Brewster, Lawrence, & Co. Carriage makers, nos. 52 & 54, Broad-St. New York. Endicott & Swett, approximately 1833. View online image.  
priJLC_TRAN_000701

Woodburn "Sarven Wheel" Co. after 1869

Printers: Calvert Lithographing Co. (Detroit, Mich.)
priJLC_TRAN_001195

People's stage; railroad, and accommodation line: between New-London and Stonington; ... approximately 1850

Printers: Ruddock, David S.
priJLC_TRAN_001359

Fitzgerald, Gee & Co. carriage & sleigh manufacturers! West Court Street, rear Taylor Hall block, Cortland, N.Y. ... between 1870 and 1872

priJLC_TRAN_001360

Carhart & Curd, dealers in carriage & wagon wood work of every description Macon, GA. before 1885

Printers: Gazette Print (Columbus, Ohio.)
priJLC_TRAN_001361

Rates of toll on the Milford and Chillicothe turnpike in accordance with an act of the legislature of March 16th, 1865. for every ten miles. ... approximately 1865

priJLC_TRAN_001362

J.E. Delamater, Hudson, N.Y., opposite the rail-road depot, offers his friends in Berkshire County, Mass., and the public generally, a large assortment of carriages and wagons, ... approximately 1840

Printers: Cushing, John Dean, 1795-1866
priJLC_TRAN_001364

A visit to Washington. ©1900

Printers: Gies & Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001381

"The shed" : published by Brewster & Co. carriage makers. 372 & 374 Broome Street, New York. ©1862

Artists: Oertel, Johannes Adam Simon, 1823-1909 Printers: Endicott & Co. (New York, N.Y.)
priJLC_TRAN_001383

The favorite Rossow wagon : Rossow Bros. M'F'G Co. Chicago. between 1891 and 1895

Printers: Knight, Leonard & Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001384

Davis Gould & Co. Cincinnati, O. U.S.A. between 1882 and 1884

Printers: Morris, C. N. (Printer)
priJLC_TRAN_001386

Distributing ship cargo of standard buggies coast of Australia : Columbus Buggy Co. standard world over. Columbus, Ohio. U.S.A. approximately 1882

Printers: Cincinnati Lith. Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001870

California & Oregon Stage Company : carries Wells, Fargo & Cos. express and U.S. mail. approximately 1872

Artists: Stein, A., 1835-1900 Printers: Britton & Rey
 

Subseries C. Railroad (large size) 1834-approximately 1911

Physical Description: 149 items

Scope and Content

This subseries contains 149 prints pertaining to railroads primarily in North America that date from the 1830s to the early 1910s. The images and texts of these items focus on varying aspects of railroads related to car and locomotive manufacturing, travel, administration, and geography. The items include maps; folding brochures; timetables; broadsides and posters; locomotive builder’s prints (depicting the side elevation of locomotive exteriors), and view prints depicting landscapes and street scenes that feature trains, factory buildings, and passenger stations.
The majority of materials in this series were produced primarily for railroad companies to advertise their routes and train schedules to potential passengers, but the collection also includes over thirty locomotive builder’s prints issued by machine shops to advertise the design and construction of their locomotives, as well as five posters advertising railroad land for sale; two broadsides promoting the train-based shipping services of the Adams & Company Express in 1844 and 1850 (priJLC_TRAN_001193 and priJLC_TRAN_001194); a March 10, 1849, issue of Horn’s Railroad Gazette (priJLC_TRAN_001085); a circa 1860 portrait print of New York Central Railroad mechanic Edward H. Jones (priJLC_TRAN_001164); an 1863 broadside with freight tariff rates of the Tioga, and Blossburg & Corning railroads (priJLC_TRAN_001144); the front page of the November 27, 1874, Daily Graphic newspaper containing a cartoon depicting rival railroad company presidents (priJLC_TRAN_001132); and an 1883 broadside listing the road repair foremen of the Boston and Albany Railroad Company (priJLC_TRAN_001165).

Arrangement

Individual items within this series are arranged numerically by call number.
priJLC_TRAN_000576

View of a rail road track across the Susquehanna, at Havre De Grace, Maryland, on the ice. approximately 1852

Artists: Schell, Francis H., 1834-1909 Printers: T. Sinclair’s Lith.
priJLC_TRAN_000656

A. Whitney & Sons’ Car Wheel Works, Callow Hill, 16th to 17th Streets, Philadelphia, Penna. approximately 1857

Artists: Sartain, Samuel, 1830-1906 Publishers: J.H. Colton & Co.
priJLC_TRAN_000680

Mount Joy Car Manufacturing Co. between 1851 and 1858

Artists: Stauffer, Jacob, 1808- Printers: Kollner, Augustus, 1813-1906
priJLC_TRAN_000704

Birds-eye view from summit of Mt. Washington; White Mountains, New-Hampshire. ©1902

Printers: Geo. H. Walker & Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001035

International Traction Company's interurban lines. approximately 1900

priJLC_TRAN_001052

Map of the Northern Pacific Railway and tributary country. approximately 1872

Printers: National Railway Publication Company
priJLC_TRAN_001053

Map of the Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad and its leased lines. approximately 1881

Printers: Rand McNally and Company
priJLC_TRAN_001054

New terminal depot at Philadelphia Reading Railroad System. : R.J. Allen, Son & Company, approximately 1892

Printers: Heffron & Phelps Publishers: More, Geo. W.
priJLC_TRAN_001055

Passenger locomotive Lancaster (Penna.) Locomotive Works, No. [space] 1857. approximately 1857

Artists: Bigot, Alphonse, approximately 1828-1872 or 1873 Printers: T. Sinclair's Lith.
priJLC_TRAN_001056

M.W. Baldwin & Co, locomotive builders, Philadelphia. approximately 1854

Artists: Rosenthal, Max, 1833-1918 ; Ord, Jonathan Printers: Rosenthal, L. N. (Louis N.)
priJLC_TRAN_001057

Rand, McNally & Co.'s Western Railway guide, published monthly, at 49, 51 and 53 Clark Street, Chicago. ©1871

Artists: Watson, Gaylord Printers: Rand McNally and Company
priJLC_TRAN_001058

Map of the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway and its connections : compiled from the latest sources and showing the true location of each road. approximately 1881

Printers: Matthews-Northrup Company ; Wm. P. Northrup & Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001059

The unique map of California. approximately 1888

Artists: Johnstone, E. McD., -1895 Printers: Dickman-Jones Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001060

Map of the Texas & Pacific Railway and connections. : The true Southern route to and from California is via El Paso and the Texas & Pacific Railway. approximately 1902

Printers: Woodward & Tiernan Printing Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001061

General map of the Pennsylvania Railroad and its connections. approximately 1884

Printers: Allen, Lane & Scott Publishers: Allen, Lane & Scott
priJLC_TRAN_001062

Map of the Erie Railway with its connections, 1870. approximately 1870

Printers: Henry Seibert & Bros.
priJLC_TRAN_001063

Map of Indian territory and Oklahoma : 1890. approximately 1890

Printers: Julius Bien & Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001064

Farming lands above 1,500,000 acres are offered for sale, in tracts of forty acres and upwards, by the Illinois Central Rail Road Co. ... approximately 1857

Printers: Thomas & Lathrops
priJLC_TRAN_001065

Pan-Handle route : Union Passenger Station, Chicago, Ill. after 1880

Printers: J.M.W. Jones Stationery & Printing Co. Publishers: Callahan & Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001066

The Hinkley and Williams Works, Boston. approximately 1869

Artists: Frizzell, S. S. (Samuel S.), 1843-1895 Printers: New England Lithographic Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001068

The only route via Niagara Falls & suspension bridge: for Detroit, Chicago, San Francisco and all points west take the Great Western & Michigan Central R'y Line. ©1876

Printers: Clay, Cosack & Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001069

Worcester Salt Special, 162 cars started by President-Elect William McKinley. Train nearly one and a half miles long. approximately 1897

priJLC_TRAN_001070

The mail carrier of 100 years ago. ; The flight of the fast mail on the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Ry. The popular passenger route between the east and west. ©1875

Printers: Clay, Cosack & Co. Publishers: Burch, J. A.
priJLC_TRAN_001071

Outside connected passenger engine. Amoskeag Manufacturing Co. Manchester N.H. approximately 1856

Printers: J.H. Bufford's Lith.
priJLC_TRAN_001072

Portland Cos. Locomotive Works, Portland, Maine : Portland Company's passenger engine. 1854 approximately 1854

Artists: Morse, George Frederick, 1834-1926 Printers: J.H. Bufford's Lith.
priJLC_TRAN_001073

Lawrence Machine Shop, Lawrence, Mass. Passenger Engine, 22 tons. between 1854 and 1857

Printers: L.H. Bradford & Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001074

"Burlington Route." Chicago Burlington and Quincy railroad : new state room car. between 1877 and 1895

Printers: Shober & Carqueville
priJLC_TRAN_001075

Manufactured by Taunton Locomotive Manfg. Co. W.W. Fairbanks agt. Taunton Mass. between 1849 and 1864

Artists: Perrin, P. I., 1812-1896 Printers: J.H. Bufford's Lith.
priJLC_TRAN_001076

Inside connected passenger engine. Amoskeag Manufacturing Co. Manchester N.H. approximately 1854

Artists: Pickersgill, W. C. Printers: J.H. Bufford's Lith.
priJLC_TRAN_001077

Boston Locomotive Works. Passenger engine. approximately 1858

Artists: Wright, Ransom C. Printers: J.H. Bufford's Lith.
priJLC_TRAN_001078

Manufactured by the Taunton Locomotive Manfg. Co. W. W. Fairbanks, agent, Taunton, Mass. between 1851 and 1855

Artists: Bufford, John Henry, 1810-1870 Printers: J.H. Bufford's Lith.
priJLC_TRAN_001079

Manufactured by the Taunton Locomotive Manfg. Co. W. W. Fairbanks, agent, Taunton, Mass. between 1856 and 1864

Artists: Bufford, John Henry, 1810-1870 Printers: J.H. Bufford's Lith.
priJLC_TRAN_001080

Boston Locomotive Works Holmes Hinkley, Agt. No. 380 Harrison Ave, Boston Mass. approximately 1856

Artists: Wright, Ransom C. Printers: J.H. Bufford's Lith.
priJLC_TRAN_001081

Danforth, Cooke & Co. Builders. Paterson N.J. approximately 1852

Artists: Edwards, J. H., 1808-1879 ; Plate, G. (Engraver) Printers: Mone, F.
priJLC_TRAN_001082

The Hinkley and Williams Works 552 Harrison Avenue, Boston. between 1865 and 1870

Artists: Forney, Matthias N. (Matthias Nace), 1835-1908 Printers: J.H. Bufford's Lith.
priJLC_TRAN_001083

The Hinkley Locomotive Works, Boston. between 1870 and 1880

Artists: Drummond, Dominick I., approximately 1830-1899 Printers: Chas. H. Crosby & Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001084

Prospect Park & Coney Island Railroad ... excursion tickets, 40 cts. approximately 1878

Printers: Maerz & Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001085

Horn's railroad gazette. 10 March 1849

Publishers: Horn, Solon, 1813 or 1814-1899
priJLC_TRAN_001086

Locomotive-engine "Philadelphia" constructed at r. rail road depot, Reading Pa. James Millholland, M. M. approximately 1849

Artists: Camerer, Wm. Printers: T. Sinclair's Lith. Publishers: Reuter, Emil
priJLC_TRAN_001087

Richard Norris & Son' improved coal burning passenger locomotive. approximately 1856

Artists: Haugg, Louis, 1856-1894 Printers: Brett, Alphonse
priJLC_TRAN_001088

Passenger station Boston and Providence Railroad : Columbus Avenue, Park Square & Providence Street. Boston, Mass. approximately 1874

Printers: Hatch Lith. Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001089

Old colony line via Middleboro' and Woods Holl, to Oak Bluffs Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket : the famous seaside resorts of America ... Boston, June 23, 1877. approximately 1877

Artists: Kilburn, Samuel Smith ; Geo. C. Rand & Avery
priJLC_TRAN_001090

Map of the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway and Its Connections. approximately 1884

Printers: Matthews-Northrup Company
priJLC_TRAN_001091

Locomotive-engine "Philadelphia" constructed at r. rail road depot, Reading Pa. James Millholland, M. M. approximately 1849

Artists: Feger, D. H. ; Camerer, Wm. Printers: T. Sinclair's Lith. Publishers: Reuter, Emil
priJLC_TRAN_001092

Coal burning engine, constructed by Ross Winan, Esq. Baltimore Md. approximately 1849

Artists: Feger, D. H. Printers: T. Sinclair's Lith. Publishers: Reuter, Emil
priJLC_TRAN_001093

Hinkley and Williams Works 552 Harrison Avenue, Boston, Mass. between 1864 and 1870

Printers: Chas. H. Crosby & Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001094

Great western and south western U.S. Mail Route. New York and Erie broad gauge railroad ... (New York, May, 1855.) approximately 1855

priJLC_TRAN_001095

Great Eastern rail road route over Massachusetts western rail road, from Albany or Troy for Boston ... approximately 1856

Printers: Daily Argus Chromotype Press
priJLC_TRAN_001096

"The Fast Mail." : Scene of catching and delivering the mails on the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway. ©1875

Printers: Clay, Cosack & Co. Publishers: Burch, J. A.
priJLC_TRAN_001097

Philadelphia west, via Erie and Lehigh Valley " route. : In effect July, 1876. approximately 1876

Publishers: Erie Railway
priJLC_TRAN_001098

Erie Railway. : The great centennial excursion route. The shortest line via Buffalo or Niagara Falls between New York or Philadelphia, and all points west. approximately 1876

Printers: New York Lithographing and Engraving Co. ; Bien, Julius, 1826-1909
priJLC_TRAN_001099

E.M. Jewett's shipping map on N.Y. Central & H.R.R.R. N.Y. Lake Erie & Western R.R. ... approximately 1881

Printers: Courier Company
priJLC_TRAN_001100

Birds eye view of St. Louis showing the new line of St. Louis, Kansas City & Northern RY. Running into the Union Depot. ©1876

Artists: Lord, C. K. Printers: Rand McNally and Company ; Levison & Blythe
priJLC_TRAN_001101

Boston & Albany Rail Road. : 1875. Time table commencing Monday, Nov. 1st. 1875. approximately 1875

Artists: L. Johnson & Co. Printers: Clark W. Bryan & Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001102

Rand, McNally & Co.'s California. ©1901

Printers: Rand McNally and Company Publishers: Rand McNally and Company
priJLC_TRAN_001103

Solid for Texas the iron mountain route is now running two solid trains from St. Louis to the South-West. after 1884

Printers: Times Printing House ; Poole Brothers
priJLC_TRAN_001104

Tourists prefer the Wabash route for St. Louis and all points west and south. after 1882

Printers: Woodward & Tiernan Printing Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001105

"Around the Circle" a thousand miles in the Rocky Mountains via the Denver & Rio Grande R.R. approximately 1888

Printers: News Job Print
priJLC_TRAN_001106

New map of our country from the Atlantic to Kansas and the Pacific ... 1871 approximately 1871

Printers: Fisk & Russell
priJLC_TRAN_001107

Travelling on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway. 1831. approximately 1894

Artists: Cotsworth, Moses B. (Moses Bruine), 1859-1943 Printers: Raphael Tuck & Sons Publishers: Raphael Tuck & Sons
priJLC_TRAN_001108

Up in the mountains of Colorado down on the Atlantic coast and out on the Pacific slope we hear the people all talking about the new line just opened up composed of the grand "Burlington Route C.B. & Q. R. R." approximately 1883

Printers: Rand McNally and Company
priJLC_TRAN_001109

The iron mountain route fast mail train : 3 through express trains daily between St. Louis & Texas. approximately 189-?

Printers: Woodward & Tiernan Printing Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001110

Colorado short line via Missouri Pacific Railway. approximately 188-

Printers: Rand McNally and Company
priJLC_TRAN_001111

The Wisconsin central line to the summer resorts of Wisconsin, Minnesota and the North-West. approximately 1888

Printers: Poole Bros.
priJLC_TRAN_001112

Free chair cars. on the limited fast express trains via the Great Rock Island route. approximately 1888

Printers: Rand McNally and Company
priJLC_TRAN_001113

View of the first American railway train. ©1865

Printers: Sage, Sons & Co. Publishers: Jarmy, Thos.
priJLC_TRAN_001114

View of Culebra or the summit, the terminus of the Panama rail road In Dec. 1854. ©1854

Artists: Otis, Fessenden N. (Fessenden Nott), 1825-1900 ; Parsons, Charles, 1821-1910 Printers: Endicott & Co. (New York, N.Y.)
priJLC_TRAN_001115

The old reliable Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad the pioneer route to the west. ... approximately 1882

Printers: Rand McNally and Company
priJLC_TRAN_001116

Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul railway. The Milwaukee and Mississippi Valley route to the great north-west. approximately 1874

Printers: Rand McNally and Company
priJLC_TRAN_001117

Iron manufacturers - car wheels - engineers' and machine tool makers. after 1850

Artists: McGoffin, John, 1813-
priJLC_TRAN_001118

Anthracite Coal Burning Freight Engine No. 143 built at the New Jersey RR & Transportation Co Works John Headden master mechanic Jersey City N.J. approximately 1871

Printers: Weissenborn, G. (Gustavus) Publishers: American Industrial Publishing Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001119

Eastwick and Harrison's patent improved locomotive, manufactured at their works, Twelfth and Willow Street Rail Road, Philadelphia. (1842.) approximately 1842

Artists: Hoessli, J. R. Printers: P.S. Duval & Co. Publishers: Franklin Institute (Philadelphia, Pa.)
priJLC_TRAN_001120

Express passenger locomotive. Richard Norris & Son, locomotive builders, Philadelphia. approximately 1856

Artists: Haugg, Louis, 1856-1894 Printers: Brett, Alphonse
priJLC_TRAN_001121

Freight locomotive. Richard Norris & Son, locomotive builders, Philadelphia. approximately 1856

Artists: Haugg, Louis, 1856-1894 Printers: Brett, Alphonse
priJLC_TRAN_001122

Special notice to passengers destined south or west Lake Shore and Mich'n Southern Rail Road line ... approximately 1860

Printers: Sanford, Warren & Harroun
priJLC_TRAN_001123

Map of the Charleston & Savannah RY. Savannah, Florida & Western RY. South Florida R.R. and all the routes operated by the peoples line of steamers known as the "plant system." approximately 1884

Printers: Rand Avery Supply Co. ; Crawford, C. G.
priJLC_TRAN_001124

Map of the Louisville and Great Southern Railroad line & connections. approximately 1874

Printers: Fisk & Russell ; Wilstach, Baldwin & Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001125

Map of the state of California : showing the new line of the California Pacific Rail Road Co. and the rail road system of the state. approximately 1871

Printers: Britton & Rey
priJLC_TRAN_001126

Bald Eagle Valley and Tyrone & Clearfield branches, Pennsylvania Rail Road. : Schedule no. 4. Pennsylvania Rail Road Company passenger and freight trains. approximately 1863

priJLC_TRAN_001127

State carriage for his highness the vice-roy of Egypt. : Built by T.W. Wason & Co. Springfield Mass. U. S. between 1859 and 1862

Printers: Bingham & Dodd
priJLC_TRAN_001128

Territory reached by the Bangor and Aroostook R.R. including northern Maine hunting and fishing region. approximately 1911

Printers: Rand Avery Supply Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001129

Birds eye view of trolley routes in New England. : Trolley wayfinder. ©1904-1905

Printers: Geo. H. Walker & Co. Publishers: New England Street Railway Club
priJLC_TRAN_001130

Waycross short line from Florida New Orleans and the Southwest. January, 1886 approximately 1886

Printers: Rand Avery Supply Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001131

Anthracite coal burning locomotive built by the Grant Locomotive Works Paterson N.J. approximately 1871

Printers: Weissenborn, G. (Gustavus) Publishers: American Industrial Publishing Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001132

The battle of the rival routes and railroads. 27 November 1874

Printers: Graphic Company
priJLC_TRAN_001133

Carrying the U.S. mail Hoosac Tunnel route. The direct short line between the east and west ... approximately 1877

Printers: Rand, Avery & Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001134

Chicago and North Western Railway. : The shortest line from Chicago to Council Bluffs Omaha ... between 1872 and 1876

Printers: Culver, Page, Hoyne & Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001135

Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul R'y. : The tourists and sportsman's favorite route ... between 1880 and 1887

Printers: Poole Brothers
priJLC_TRAN_001136

Danforth Locomotive & Machine Co. Bituminous coal burning mogul freight locomotive No. 750. Paterson. N.J. ©1872

Printers: Weissenborn, G. (Gustavus) Publishers: American Industrial Publishing Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001137

Diamond Line Transit Co. : Owned and controlled by the Erie, Bellefontaine, Atlantic & Gt. Western, Cin. Hamilton & Dayton. Chicago & Great Eastern, Ohio & Mississippi, railway companies ... after 1866

priJLC_TRAN_001138

Evansville route : Evansville and Terre Haute R.R. Chicago and Eastern Illinois R. R. : to the north. ... approximately 1885

Printers: Jno. B. Jeffery Pr. Co.
priJLC_TRAN_001139

Frisco line, St. Louis & San Francisco Ry. after 1881

Printers: Woodward & Tiernan Printing Co. ; Woodward, Tiernan, and Hale
priJLC_TRAN_001140

Great Lake Shore route : No ferries! No delays! The fastest limited trains in the world run via Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway and New-York Central & Hudson River R.R. ... approximately 1885

Artists: Chapin, John Reuben, 1823-1894 Printers: Matthews-Northrup Company
priJLC_TRAN_001141

The great midland route via Toledo, Peoria & Warsaw Railway. : Columbus passengers save 22 miles ... between 1871 and 1874

Printers: Transcript Print
priJLC_TRAN_001142

The great Wabash route : Toledo, Wabash & Western Ry. No change of cars from Toledo or Fort Wayne to the Mississippi River ... approximately 1871

priJLC_TRAN_001143

Map showing the railroad connections of the Indian territory. 24 February 1879

Printers: Graphic Company
priJLC_TRAN_001144

Joint freight tariff of the Tioga, and Blossburg & Corning rail roads. approximately 1863

Printers: Corning Journal
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Illinois Central Railroad: New Orleans through line. : No change of cars from Chicago to New Orleans ... approximately 1874

Printers: Rand McNally and Company
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Map of the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway, and its connections. Compiled from the latest sources & showing the true location of each road. approximately 1875

Printers: Clay, Cosack & Co. ; Matthews & Warren
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Map of the New York Central and Hudson River Rail Road and its principal connections. approximately 1874

Printers: Weed, Parsons & Co.
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Map showing St. Louis and Memphis Rail Road. approximately 1873?

Printers: Watson, Gaylord
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Minnesota and Dakota choice wheat and farming lands : sale of Winona & St. Peter Railroads land grant lands ... after 1877

Printers: Culver, Page, Hoyne & Co.
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The new suspension bridge at Niagara Falls, is now fully completed! ... approximately 1855

Printers: Clapp, Matthews & Co.
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The Northern Pacific Railroad line : only first-class route to the Big Horn Mountains, Yellowstone National Park, Yellowstone and Upper Missouri Rivers and all points in Northern Minnesota Dakota and Montana ... approximately 1880

Printers: J.M.W. Jones Stationery & Printing Co.
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The Northern Pacific Railroad line : the only first class route to the Black Hills big horn Mountains, Yellowstone and Upper Missouri Rivers, and all points in Northern Minnesota, Dakota and Montana ... approximately 1879

Printers: Rand McNally and Company
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Passengers for the west should take the Chicago and Northwestern it is the short line to Council Bluffs Sioux City, Yankton ... after 1880

Printers: Rand McNally and Company
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Pennsylvania R. Road : the only route via Pittsburgh to Chicago St. Louis, Cincinnati, and the great west! ... between 1855 and 1864

Printers: Rogers, Fred, 1832-1870
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Philadelphia and Erie Railway. : For Sunbury, Williamsport Lock Haven, Corry, Meadville and Oil City passing directly through the great lumber districts and oil regions of Pennsylvania ... approximately 1870

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St. Louis, Kansas City and Northern Railway. : From St. Louis to Kansas City Lexington, Chillicothe, St. Joseph Macon and Ottumwa! between 1872 and 1874

Printers: Woodward, Tiernan, and Hale
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St. Paul Minneapolis and Manitoba Railway : 35 miles the shortest : the Red River Valley line ... approximately 1880

Printers: Rand McNally and Company
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The superintendents locomotive star built by the Central R.R. of New Jersey Machine Works, Elizabethport N.J. approximately 1871

Printers: Weissenborn, G. (Gustavus) Publishers: American Industrial Publishing Co.
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The superintendents locomotive star built by the Central R.R. of New Jersey Machine Works at Elizabethport N.J. ©1871

Printers: Weissenborn, G. (Gustavus) Publishers: American Industrial Publishing Co.
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Tank switching engine built by Baldwin Locomotive Works Burnham Parry, Williams & Co. Philadelphia Pa. approximately 1871

Printers: Weissenborn, G. (Gustavus) Publishers: American Industrial Publishing Co.
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Take the favorite Rock Island route Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R.R. : For Peoria, Rock Island, Davenport, Iowa City, Des Moines, ... approximately 1880

Artists: Sears, A. T. ; Rand McNally and Company Printers: J.M.W. Jones Stationery & Printing Co.
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Take the favorite Rock Island route Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R'y. : For all points in Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado ... approximately 1880

Artists: Sears, A. T. ; Rand McNally and Company Printers: Cameron, Amberg & Co.
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Wood burning passenger locomotive no. 44 built at the New Jersey RR & Transportation Co. Works. John Headden Master Mechanic Jersey City N.J. approximately 1871

Printers: Weissenborn, G. (Gustavus) Publishers: American Industrial Publishing Co.
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Edward H. Jones : master mechanic of Albany & Schenectady division of N.Y.C.R.R. approximately 1860

Artists: Lewis, Charles E. (Lithographer) Printers: Grebner, Charles
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Boston & Albany R. R. Co. : Foremen of road repairs. approximately 1883

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Express train on Western Railroad. : (From a daguerreotype, made in 1842, under the direction of Charles Van Benthuysen.) approximately 1874

Artists: Van Benthuysen, C. (Charles), 1817-1881 ; Pease, Richard H., 1813-1869 Printers: Charles Van Benthuysen & Sons
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From lands of snow to lands of sun ... approximately 189-?

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The high bridge at Portage, B. & N.Y.C.R.R. : Wyoming County, N.Y. ©1853

Artists: Forbriger, Adolphus A., -1869 ; Beyer, Edward, 1820-1865 Printers: Onken's Lith.
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Horse shoe bend : Allegheny Mountains ... approximately 1885

Printers: Krebs Lithographing Company
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Map of the great air line route, Ohio & Mississippi Railway and connections. approximately 1875

Printers: St. Louis Democrat Litho. & Printing Co. ; Knight & Porter
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Map of the New York Central and Hudson River Rail Road and its principal connections. approximately 1871

Printers: Weed, Parsons & Co.
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Map of Colorado showing railroad lines. ©1880

Printers: Rand McNally and Company
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The Missouri Pacific R'y Iron Mountain Route : being the king's choice, you are particularly cautioned to examine your tickets ... approximately 1883

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The short line across the continent. : Map of the great central route between the Atlantic and Pacific : Michigan Central and Great Western Railways ... approximately 1873

Printers: Fisk & Russell ; Russell & Richardson
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Newport & Wickford Railroad. : Summer arrangement --- commencing Monday, June 15, 1885 ... approximately 1885

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Of the Michigan Central R.R. : between Chicago, Buffalo and Niagara Falls. between 1881 and 1887

Printers: Rand McNally and Company ; Richardson & Foos
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Parker & Karns City Railroad and Karns City & Butler Railroad. : No. 3. Time Table. ... approximately 1876

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Map of the Chicago & North-Western Railway and part of its connections. approximately 1879

Printers: Rand McNally and Company
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Modern advertising: a railway station in 1874. approximately 1875

Artists: Concanen, Alfred Printers: James Ballantyne and Co. Publishers: Chatto & Windus (Firm)
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Only central route west! Correct map of the Toledo, Wabash & Western Railway & Connections ... approximately 1870

Printers: Matthews & Warren
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Take the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific R.R for Peoria, Des Moines, Council Bluffs ... approximately 1872

Printers: Rand McNally and Company
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Railroad map of the United States showing through lines of communication from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Together with the steamship lines along the seaboard. ©1880

Artists: Mitchell, S. Augustus, Jr. (Samuel Augustus)
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Summer excursion tickets to the mountain and seashore resorts of Virginia on the Norfolk and Western Railroad June 1 to October 1. after 1885

Printers: Stone Printing and Manufacturing Company (Roanoke, Va.)
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American locomotive engineering and railway mechanism ... ©1883

Artists: Weissenborn, G. (Gustavus) Publishers: American Industrial Publishing Co.
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Summer resorts in New York : Delaware & Huds[on] Canal Co's R. R Saratoga Line ... approximately 189-?

Printers: American Bank Note Company
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Travellers' guide through the United States, showing the principal routes by railroad, steamboat, canal & stage, ... ©1851

Artists: Annin, William B., 1791?-1839 Printers: Damrell & Moore Publishers: Haven, John
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Across the American continent via the great Rock Island route, from Australia, China and Japan to Europe. after 1874

Printers: Rand McNally and Company
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The New York elevated railroad : connecting with all the principal steam rail ways and steam ferries ... after 1870

Printers: Geo. Schlegel (Firm)
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The traveller's guide or the map of the roads, canals & rail roads of the United States with the distances from place to place by H.S. Tanner. ©1834

Printers: Tanner, Henry Schenck, 1786-1858
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Excursion trains July 4th : the following special trains on the Philadelphia and Erie R. R. will be run July 4th, 1876, ... approximately 1876

Printers: Ashby & Vincent
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The great St. Louis exposition 1886 ... official programme of the grand autumnal festivities at St. Louis ... approximately 1886

Printers: Compton & Company
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New map of the Chicago and Northwestern Railway : full and correct time cards of the trans-continental route, ... approximately 1874

Printers: Rand McNally and Company
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Adams & Co's Express : new arrangement. The subscribers have obtained Express privileges from the following Rail Road Corporations ... approximately 1850

Artists: Manning, John H., approximately 1820- ; Hartwell, Alonzo, 1805-1873 Printers: Nesbitt, George F.
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Adams & Co's American package express. approximately 1844

Artists: Lane, Fitz Henry, 1804-1865 Printers: J.E. Farwell & Co. ; Cook, Charles, 1812-1863
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Wm. Mason, Taunton, Mass. approximately 1867

Artists: Frizzell, S. S. (Samuel S.), 1843-1895 Printers: Crosby, Charles H., 1819-1896
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Iron Mountain route! St. Louis to Texas! : The only route to Hot Springs, Arkansas. : The short line to Arkansas and Texas. approximately 1878

Printers: St. Louis Globe-Democrat ; Woodward, Tiernan, and Hale