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Key to Arrangement

Box 1

Pacific Division. M 2

 

Incoming letters, Feb. 28-June 7, 1876

Box 2

Pacific Division. M 3

folder Folders 1-180

Incoming letters, 1876-1877.

Box 3

Pacific Division. M 3

folder Folders 181-400

Incoming letters, 1876-1877.

Box 4

Pacific Division. M 4

 

Incoming letters, 1878

Box 5

Pacific Division. M 6 1/2

 

Incoming letters, Mar.-Oct. 1880

Box 6

Pacific Division. M 8

folder Folders 1-150

Incoming letters, Apr.-Nov. 1881.

Box 7

Pacific Division. M 8

folder Folders 151-256

Incoming letters, Apr.-Nov. 1881.

Box 8

Pacific Division. Adverse Claims. X

 

Incoming letters, Feb. 1877-June 1879

Box 9

Pacific Division. Adverse Claims. X 1

 

Incoming letters, 1876-Mar. 1877

Box 10

Pacific Division. Adverse Claims. X 2

 

Incoming letters, June 28, 1879-May 1882

Box 11

Cheney Office. M 1

 

Incoming letters, Nov. 13, 1879-Apr. 19, 1880

box Box12

Cheney Office. M 2

 

Incoming letters, Apr.-Nov. 1880

Box 13, folder (1 folder)

Partial volume of letters to Tacoma office, 1873-1881

 

Kalama Office to Tacoma, 1875-1877

 

New Tacoma to Cheney, Apr. 1880-Mar. 1882

folder (1 folder)

Miscellaneous to Kalama and New Tacoma offices, 1876-1877

Box 14

Letters from New York Office, v. 1, July 24, 1872-July 1876

Box 15

Letters from New York Office, v. 2, Aug. 1876-Mar. 1882

Box 16

Letters to Paul Schulze from German consul in San Francisco with a few from the New York consul. Arranged chronologically. 1875-1883

Box 17

Paul Schulze Private Business, v. 1

 

Incoming letters, Feb. 1877-May 1881

Box 18

Paul Schulze Private Business, v. 2

 

Incoming letters, May 1881-May 1883

Boxes 19-31

Paul Schulze Official business correspondence

 

Outgoing letters, 1882-1895, included in Box 19

Boxes 32-34

Thomas Cooper:

 

Outgoing letters, 1895-1901

Boxes 35-39

Thomas Cooper: Incoming letters, A-Z

Box 40

G. H. Plummer correspondence

 

Memoranda, 1910-1933

 

Photocopy of study: The Truth about the Northern Pacific Land Grant (Oct. 29, 1921)

folder (1 folder)

Miscellaneous: certificates of land agents, applications, receipts, tax receipts, form letters re purchase of lands, bills, clippings, memoranda of sale, maps, and papers re Northern Pacific Beneficial Association

Box 41

Correspondence and records of the station of Naches, Washington, 1914-1947.

Scope and Content Note

Included is correspondence of J. J. Long and W. E. Ward, and business records re shipments, balance sheets etc.
See also v. 37-45
volume v. 1 - v. 20

Copies of outgoing correspondence, Pacific Division Land Dept.

volume v. 1

Official and miscellaneous, Jan. 1872-Jan. 1873.

Scope and Content Note

From Kalama, Washington. Letters by J. W. Sprague, containing instructions for land examiners, lists of lands examined, lists of employees in the department (pp. 194, 227) and a description of Walla Walla (p. 173)
volume v. 2

Official and miscellaneous, Aug. 8, 1872-Sept. 1873.

Scope and Content Note

From Kalama. Letters mainly by J. R. Wheat, with some by J. W. Sprague and N. P. Jacobs.
volume v. 3

Sept. 1873-Jan. 1875.

Scope and Content Note

From Kalama and Tacoma. Letters By N. P. Jacobs, J. R. Wheat and G. B. Hibbard.
volume v. 4

Sept. 1873-Dec. 1874.

Scope and Content Note

From Kalama and Tacoma. Letters by J. R. Wheat, N. P. Jacobs, and G. B. Hibbard.
volume v. 5

Sept. 2, 1873-Oct. 14, 1878.

Scope and Content Note

From Kalama and New Tacoma. Letters by J. R. Wheab, N. P. Jacobs, G. B. Hibbard, J. W. Sprague, and Samuel A. Black. Mainly directed to the New York office and to eastern parties.
volume v. 6

Official and miscellaneous, Jan. 28-July 29, 1875.

Scope and Content Note

From Tacoma and New Tacoma. Letters by G. B. Hibbards Include description of land in Lewis County selected forMr. Billings, with letter from D. C. Lewis relating to the selection (pp. 500 ff.).
volume v.7

Official and miscellaneous, July 29, 1875-Feb. 5, 1876.

Scope and Content Note

From New Tacoma. Letters by G. B. Hibbard, P. G. Eastwick, D. C. Lewis and J. W. Sprague.
volume v. 8

Official and miscellaneous, Feb. 7-Sept. 30, 1876.

Scope and Content Note

From Tacoma and New Tacoma. Letters by Sprague (mainly written for him by R. G. O'Brien and J. H. Houghton), and D. C. Lewis. Included are a few copies of letters to Sprague from R. G. O'Brien.
volume v. 9

Official and miscellaneous, Oct. 5, 1876-Nov. 23, 1877.

Scope and Content Note

From New Tacoma. Letters by J. H. Houghton for and to Sprague, and for Samuel A. Black, and by D. C. Lewis.
volume v. 10

Official and miscellaneous, Nov. 28, 1877-May 13, 1879.

Scope and Content Note

From New Tacoma. Letters by J. H. Houghton for S. A. Black, by D. C. Lewis and J. W. Sprague.
volume v. 11

Official and miscellaneous, Jan. 4-Oct. 8, 1881.

Scope and Content Note

From New Tacoma. Letters by J. H. Houghton.
volume v. 12

Official and miscellaneous, Oct. 10, 1881-Apr. 1, 1882.

Scope and Content Note

From New Tacoma. Letters by J. H. Houghton. One letter by J. W. Sprague, p.48. Report on hemlock stands near Puget Sound, pp. 200-202.
volume v. 13

Official and miscellaneous, Apr. 1-Aug. 18, 1882.

Scope and Content Note

From New Tacoma. Letters by J. H. Houghton. Letters by Charles B. Lamborn, p. 297.
volume v. 14

Official and miscellaneous, June 20-Aug. 28, 1882.

Scope and Content Note

From New Tacoma. Letters by J. H. Houghton, many relating to affairs at Cheney.
volume v. 15

Oct. 1878-Aug. 29, 1882.

Scope and Content Note

From New Tacoma and Kalama. Letters by J. H. Houghton, S. A. Black, and J. W. Sprague (by J. H. Houghton), mainly to New York office. Included are reports and memoranda of deeds of the Pend d'Oreille Division.
volume v. 16

1879-Feb. 1880.

Scope and Content Note

From New Tacoma and Colfax. Letters by J. W. Sprague (written for him by J. H. Houghton and W. H. Cushman). Included is copy of report on test of sugar beets by Hilgard (pp. 389-390). Many letters relate to the establishment and management of the Colfax office.
volume v. 17

Miscellaneous, Nov. 14, 1879-May 3, 1880.

Scope and Content Note

From Colfax. Letters by W. H. Cushman to and for J. We Sprague and by D. C. Lewis. Many written to Walla Walla and Spokane Falls re land, and to New Tacoma office. Included are: statement of vouchers received from Glover, Pend d'Oreille Div., p. 149; accounts, pp. 204-206, 270-271, 329-331, 430-432; lists of conflicts in the Pend d'Oreille district, pp. 245-257.
volume v. 18

Miscellaneous, May 1880-Mar. 25, 1881.

Scope and Content Note

From Colfax. Letters by W. H. Cushman and D. C. Lewis; a few written for Sprague. Mainly to Spokane Falls, Walla Walla and New Tacoma offices. Included are lists of applications received: pp. 326-331, 335-338, 358-361, 380-381, 384.
volume v. 19

Mar. 28, 1881-May 23, 1882.

Scope and Content Note

From Colfax and Cheney. Letters from D. C. Lewis and W. H. Cushman, mainly to Walla Walla, Spokane Falls and Portland. Included are copies of a few letters sent to Lewis, and some letters from Houghton at Cheney. There are also lists of contracts scattered throughout the volume.
volume v. 20

Jan. 26, 1880-June 20, 1882.

Scope and Content Note

From New Tacoma. Mainly letters sent to agents at Colfax, Spokane Falls, etc., from Sprague and Houghton, containing instructions for the sale of lands.
volume v. 21-26

Letters to Local Agents from P. Schulze in Portland. Some written for him by R. W. Mitchell.

volume v. 21

Aug. 16-Dec. 26, 1883

volume v. 22

Dec. 26, 1883-July 10, 1884

volume v. 23

Dec. 27, 1883-May 21, 1884

volume v. 24

July 11-Oct. 22, 1884

volume v. 25

June 14-Aug. 1, 1886

volume v 26

May 23-July 5, 1889

volume v. 27-36

Letters to Head Offices in St. Paul and New York from P. Schulze in Portland and Tacoma. Some written form him by G. P. Eaton.

volume v. 27

Mar. 26. 1886-Feb. 9, 1887. Includes list of area and value of lands sold in Oregon in 1886 (pp. 288-290).

volume v. 28

Feb. 9, 1887-June 7, 1888

volume v. 29

June 8, 1888-June 11, 1889

volume v. 30

June 1, 1889-June 11, 1890. Included is report on lands still available for sale and proposals for disposing of them (pp. 245-261).

volume v. 31

Feb.-Dec. 1892

volume v. 32

Dec. 1892-June 14, 1893

volume v. 33

June 1893-Mar. 1894

volume v. 34

Mar.-Dec. 1894. Report on lands held by the railroad, pp. 69-102. Some letters by W. H. Phipps.

volume v. 35

Dec. 1894-June 1896. Included are letters from Thomas Cooper after Schulze's death in April 1895.

volume v. 36-43

Records of Naches, Washington office, 1918-1946

volume v. 36

Delivery receipt book, July-Sept. 1918

volume v. 37

Delivery and receipt book, Sept.-Nov. 1919

volume v. 38

American Express delivery receipt book, Oct 1918-Jan. 1919

volume v. 39

American Express delivery receipt book, Feb.-Mar. 1920

volume v. 40

Record of cars handled, May 1940-Nov. 1941

volume v. 41

Cash disbursements, Aug. 1940-Feb. 1942

volume v. 42

Record of demurrage, Nov. 1936-Nov. 1942

volume v. 43

Waybills, Mar.-Aug. 1946

volume v. 44

Stubs of baggage way bills of Oakes Station, North Dakota, Jan. 1905-Feb. 1906

volume v. 45-47

Vouchers

volume v. 45

Sept. 1886-Mar. 1889

volume v. 46

Mar. 1889-Feb. 1892

volume v. 47

May 1900-July 1902

volume v. 48

Entitled: Orders for documents, stationery, etc. Mainly accounts for various surveying parties, Aug. 1877-Jan. 1887.

Partital List of Correspondents

Partital List of Correspondents, A-L

 

Abernethy, Alex S.

 

Box 19, 6 letters, 1882-1885, to Paul Schulze.

 

Adams, Edward Dean, 1846-1931

 

Box 35, A Miscellany. Letter, Apr. 5, 1897, to Thomas Cooper.

 

Ainsworth, John Commigers, 1822-1893

 

Box 14, Folders 114-117

 

Allen, John Beard, 1845-1903

 

Box 19, 3 letters, 1883-1884, to Paul Schulze.

 

Ames, William

 

Box 17, Folders 79, 99-100

 

Ankeny, Levi, 1844-1921

 

Box 12, Folder 141

 

Box 19, 9 letters to P. Schulze, 1882-1885. Mainly as President of the First National Bank of Walla Walla.

 

Ashton & Chapman, Tacoma, Washington

 

Box 35, 24 letters, 1895-1896, to Thomas Cooper. Written as counsel for the Receiver, Northern PacificRail Road Company. Letter of Apr. 19, 1895 includes letter from N. T. Caton; Feb. 19, 1896, from Walter N. Granger; Apr. 11, 1896, from W. W. Cotton.

 

Box 19, A Miscellany. Letter to Paul Schulze, Oct. 3, 1894, enclosing letter from U. S. Land Office, Olympia.

 

Baird, Spencer Fullerton, 1823-1888

 

Box 17, Folder 141

 

Baker, Dorsey Syng, 1823-1888

 

Box 11, Folders 121, 136, 149

 

Box 12, Folder 69

 

Baker & Boyer

 

Box 19, 32 letters, 1882-1885, to Paul Schulze.

 

Baldwin, Frank Dwight, 1842-1923

 

Box 19, 2 letters, 1883-1885, to Paul Schulze.

 

Ball, Mottram D.

 

Box 17, Folders 120, 129-130.

Concerning Alaska.

 

Bancroft (A. L.) & Co.

 

Box 7, Folder 205

 

Box 19, B Miscellany. Letter, Dec. 28, 1883, to P. Schulze.

 

Barney, A. H.

 

Box 13, Folder 159 (New Tacoma to Cheney)

 

Box 15, Folders 156, 171, 174, 176

Written as President, Northern Pacific Rail Road Company

 

Bastian, Adolf, 1826-1905

see Berlin, Germ. Museen

 

Baxter, George Strong, 1845-1928

 

Box 19, 19 letters, 1884-1885, to P. Schulze, as Assistant Treasurer, Northern Pacific Rail Road Company. Some are form letters.

 

Beardslee, Lester Anthony, 1836-1903

 

Box 18, Folders 93, 231

 

Beebe, George E.

 

Boxes 14-15. See indexes at beginning of boxes. Written as Treasurer, New York Office, Northern Pacific Rail Road Company.

 

Belknap, Robert Lenox

 

Box 13, Folder 21 (New Tacoma to Cheney)

 

Box 15, Folders 85, 98, 130 1/2, 99

 

Box 20, 2 telegrams, 1885, to Paul Schulze.

 

Benson, E. F.

 

Box 35, 27 letters, 1896-1901, to Thomas Cooper, as land examiner.

 

Berlin, Germ. Museen

 

Box 18, Folders 101-102, by Adolf Bastian

 

Berry, James T.

 

Box 2, Folders 2a, 4, 18, 25

 

Box 3, Folders 222, 290, 296a

 

Box 4, Folders 46, 49a, 51a, 103, 107

 

Box 6, Folder 100

 

Box 7, Folder 254

 

Box 20, 58 letters, 1883-1885, to Paul Schulze.

 

Berton, Francis, 1830-1885

see Switzerland. Consulat. San Francisco

 

Bigham, William, 1831-1893

 

Box 19, B Miscellany. Letter, Nov. 25, 1884, to Paul Schulze.

 

Bihler, Charles E.

 

Box 35, 40 letters, 1896-1901, to Thomas Cooper, as Engineer of the company.

 

Billings, Frederick, 1823-1890

 

Boxes 14 and 15: See indexes at beginning of these boxes.

 

Black, Samuel A.

See v.5, 9-10, 15

Written as Assistant Land Commissioner and General Superintendent of the Northern Pacific Rail Road, Pacific Division.

 

Blalock, Nelson Gales, 1836-1913

 

Box 2, Folders 6a, 10

 

Box 5, Folders 15, 38a

 

Box 19, 6 letters, 1883-1885, to Paul Schulze.

 

Bourne, Jonathan, 1855-1940

 

Box 18, Folder 193

 

Boyer, E. H.

 

Box 12, Folders 108, 116, 130

 

Bradstreet Company, San Francisco

 

Box 6, Folder 87

 

Brents, Thomas Hurley, 1840-1916

 

Box 8, Folder 133

 

Box 20, 4 letters, 1882-1883, to Paul Schulze.

 

Bretherton, C. E.

 

Box 7, Folder 60

 

Box 18, Folder 17

 

Brickell, Edward J., 1820-

 

Box 20, 2 letters, 1883, to P. Schulze.

 

Brooks, Noah, 1830-1903

 

Box 19, B Miscellany. Letter to Paul Schulze, Oct. 29, 1883.

 

Brown, J. T.

see U. S. Land Office, Olympia, Wash.

 

Brown, Ryland Thomas

 

Box 14, Folder 40

 

Buckley, J. M.

 

Box 20, 44 letters, 1883, to Paul Schulze as General Assistant, Northern Pacific Rail Road Company, at New Tacoma. Letter of Mar. 13 includes letter from John W. Cutting.

 

Bunn, Charles Wilson, 1855-1941

 

Box 35, letter, Oct. 30, 1896, to Thomas Cooper, as Counsel of the Company, St. Paul Office. B Miscellany.

 

Burdett, Samuel Swinfin, 1836-1914

see U. S. General Land Office

 

Burnett Henry Lawrence, 1838-1916

 

Box 18, Folder 119

 

Bush, Benjamin Franklin, 1860-1927

 

Box 35, 57 letters, 1896-1901, to Thomas Cooper, some written as general manager of the Northern Pacific Coal Company.

 

Bush, C. D.

 

Box 35, 2 letters, 1895, to Thomas Cooper.

 

Byles, David F., 1832-1897

 

Box 19, B Miscellany. Letter, Apr. 9, 1883, to P. Schulze.

 

Cass, George Washington, 1810-1888

 

Box 14, Folder 55

 

Central Trust Company of New York

see Lamborn, Charles B.

 

Chambers, Alexander, ca. 1832-1888

 

Box 20, C Miscellany. Letter, Apr. 1, 1881, to Paul Schulze.

 

Chapman, W. O.

 

Box 35, 20 letters, 1895-1896, to Thomas Cooper. Written as Assistant Secretary of the railroad, Tacoma office.

 

Charlton, A. D.

 

Box 35, 26 letters, 1895-1901, to Thomas Cooper.

 

Box 41, 4 telegrams, 1915, to J. J. Long. Written as General Passenger Agent, Northern Pacific Rail Road, Portland.

 

Clark, C. A.

 

Box 35, 16 letters, 1895-1900, to Thomas Cooper, as Assistant Treasurer and later Treasurer of the Company, St. Paul office.

 

Clark, Frank

 

Box 1, Folders 22, 33-34, 36-38, 47, 57, 61, 65, 110, 134b, 167, 170

 

Box 7, Folder 153

 

Box 13: 2 letters, 1876, to R. G. O'Brien (Misc. to Kalama & New Tacoma)

 

Clarke, S. A.

 

Box 35, letter, Jan. 7, 1897, to Thomas Cooper. C Miscellany.

 

Clews (Henry) & Co., New York

 

Box 17: See index at beginning of box.

 

Box 18, Folders 2, 28, 39

 

Coffin, S.

see U. S. Land Office, The Dalles, Ore.

 

Coleman, William Tell, 1824-1893

 

Box 17, Folders 221, 224

 

Box 18, Folders 26, 67, 112

 

Collier George Haskell, 1827-1916

 

Box 18, Folder 148

 

Cooke, Jay, 1821-1905

 

Box 14, Folder 31

 

Cooper, Thomas

 

Boxes 32-34, Outgoing letters, as Western Land Agent for the Company, in Tacoma, relating to sheep, sugar beet cultivation, timber and other matters. 1895-1901.

 

Box 40, 6 letters to Plummer, 1917-1918, as Land Commissioner in St. Paul office. See also v.35.

 

Cornwall, Pierre Barlow, 1821-1904

 

Box 18, Folder 245

 

Corwin, B. R.

see U. S. Dept. of the Interior

 

Cotton, William Wick, 1859-1918

see Ashton & Chapman, Tacoma, Washington

 

Cowley, Henry Thomas, 1837-1917

 

Box 11, Folder 191

 

Box 12, Folders 15, 28

 

Crawford, Edward Grant, 1868-1923

 

Box 35, C Miscellany. Letter, Sept. 24, 1896, to Thomas Cooper.

 

Crowley & Grosscup

 

Box 35, 44 letters, 1896-1901, to Thomas Cooper as lawyers for the company, Tacoma office. Some signed by B. S. Grosscup.

 

Cushman, William H.

 

Box 5, Folder 200a

 

Box 10, Folder 113

See also v.16-19. Mainly written for J. W. Sprague.

 

Dahl, Thyge

 

Box 21, 10 letters, 1882-1883, to Paul Schulze, as Land Examiner for the Company.

 

Daniels, W. Byron

 

Box 21, 3 letters, 1883, to Paul Schulze.

 

Deady, Matthew Paul, 1824-1893

 

Box 18, Folders 128, 134

 

Decker, Howell & Co., New York

 

Box 18: See index at beginning of box.

 

Delano, Columbus, 1809-1896

see U. S. Dept. of the Interior

 

Dobinson, James A., d. 1894

 

Box 17, Folders 41, 67,75.

Written as private secretary to Sharon.

 

Dolph, Joseph Norton, 1835-1897

 

Box 17, Folder 234

 

Box 35, D Miscellany. Letter, Dec. 2, 1896, to Thomas Cooper.

 

Dudley, Fred M.

 

Box 35, 54 letters, 1896-1897, to Thomas Cooper, as Land Attorney for the company, Spokane.

 

Dudley, James G., d. 1872

 

Box 14, Folders 1-7, 10-12, 14-15, 17-29. As Chief Clerk, New York office of the Company.

 

Dwight, Henry W.

see U. S. Land Office, La Grande, Ore.

 

Earl, George H.

 

Box 35, 21 letters, 1896-1901, to Thomas Cooper, as Secretary, Assistant Treasurer and Treasurer of the Company, New York Office.

 

Eastwick, Philip G.

 

Box 2, Folder 198

 

Box 14, Folder 217

See also v.7.

 

Eels, Edwin

 

Box 1, Folders 116, 160

 

Box 2, Folders 29, 115

Written as U. S. Indian Agent, Washington Territory.

 

Evans, Elwood, 1828-1898

 

Box 1, Folder 46.

Written for the U. S. Centennial Commission, Washington Territory.

 

Failing, Henry, 1834-1898

 

Box 7, Folder 156

 

Box 18, Folder 175a

 

Fechten, Oscar Augustus, 1864-1935

 

Box 36, 2 letters, 1901, to Thomas Cooper.

 

Fee, Charles S.

 

Box 21, 29 letters, 1883-1385, to Paul Schulze, as General Passenger Agent, St. Paul Office of the Company, mainly re the number of emigrants.

 

Box 36, 5 letters, 1896-1900, to Thomas Cooper.

 

Fernald, Gustavus Stockman, 1857-1925

 

Box 36, 41 letters, 1895-1901, to Thomas Cooper, as Tax Commissioner, St. Paul Office of the Company.

See also Sedgwick, Jay.

 

Fulmer, Elton, 1864-1916

 

Box 36, 2 letters, 1897-1901, to Thomas Cooper.

 

Fulton, S. G.

 

Box 36, 56 letters, 1896-1901, to Thomas Cooper, as Freight Agent, Portland office.

 

Furnas, Robert W.

 

Box 21, F Miscellany. Letter, July 6, 1888, to Paul Schulze.

 

Fussel, Edward

 

Box 15, Folders 117, 131

Written as Emigrant Agent, New York Office of the Company.

 

Gamble, James

 

Box 17, Folders 160, 179, 187, 194, 202, 219, 227, 238, 244

 

Box 18, Folders 24, 27, 32, 61, 65

 

Gannett, Henry, 1846-1914

see U. S. Census Office. 10th Census, 1880

See also U. S. Geological Survey.

 

Gantenbein, John E.

 

Box 22, 22 letters, 1883-1185, to P. Schulze, mainly as land agent for the Company at Ainsworth.

 

Germany. Consulat. New York

 

Box 16

 

Germany. Consulat. San Francisco

 

Box 16, 1875-1883, mainly by Adolph Rosenthal, addressed to P. Schulze.

 

Gilbert, F. W.

 

Box 36, 14 letters, 1896-1901, to Thomas Cooper, as Division Superintendent, Spokane office.

 

Girdwood, W. O.

 

Box 22, 68 letters, 1883-1884, to Paul Schulze, as land examiner for the Company.

 

Glascock, B. B.

 

Box 22, 33 letters, 1883-1885, to P. Schulze.

 

Glass, Henry, 1844-1908

 

Box 18, Folders 76, 97-98, 189

 

Glover, James Nettle, 1837-

 

Box 11, Folders 38, 44, 71, 120, 126, 128, 201

 

Box 12, Folders 67, 100, 104, 106, 154, 183, 192

 

Box 22, G Miscellany. Letter to Paul Schulze, Jan. 18, 1884.

 

Goerdeler, Richard

 

Box 18, Folder 220

 

Box 22, 2 letters, 1882-1883, to Paul Schulze.

Written as Berlin agent of the Company.

 

Granger, Walter N.

 

Box 36, 7 letters, 1896-1901, to Thomas Cooper.

See also Ashton & Chapman.

 

Gray, George

 

Box 9, Folder 163

 

Box 10, Folders 70-72, 78, 90, 107

 

Box 13, Folder 76 (New Tacoma to Cheney)

 

Box 14, Folders 236-240

 

Box 15: See index at beginning of box.

 

Box 22, 22 letters, 1882-1884, to P. Schulze.

See also Lamborn, Charles B. Written as Counsel for the Northern Pacific Rail Road Company, New York Office.

 

Griffin, F. F.

 

Box 22, 11 letters, 1883, to P. Schulze, as Supt., Pend d'Oreille Div., Northern Pacific Rail Road Company.

 

Groat, P. B.

 

45 letters, 1882-1885, to Paul Schulze. Written as General Emigration Agent of the Company, St. Paul Office.

 

Groenow, Oscar

 

Box 17, Folders 47, 58, 71, 75, 104, 118, 151, 220

 

Box 18, Folders 51, 105

 

Grosscup, Benjamin Sidney, 1858-1935

see Crowley & Grosscup

 

Hall, M. G.

 

Box 41, 15 letters, 1914-1915, to J. J. Long, as Supt., Western Division, Northern Pacific Rail Road Company, Portland office.

 

Hall, N. P.

 

Box 23, 47 letters, 1883-1884, to Paul Schulze.

 

Hannaford, Jule Murat, 1850-1934

 

Box 36, 5 letters, 1896-1900, to Thomas Cooper. July 13, 1896 is copy only.

 

Box 40, Copy of telegram, Nov. 27, 1918, for information of Plummer. A-Z Miscellany.

 

Hanson, C. W.

 

Box 36, 7 letters, 1895-1896, to Thomas Cooper.

 

Harrington, W. P.

 

Box 23, 17 letters, 1882-1883, to P. Schulze.

See also Harrington & Furth, and Furth, J.

 

Harrington & Furth

 

Box 23, 13 telegrams, 1883, to P. Schulze.

 

Harris, Robert

 

Box 19, 7 letters, 1885-1889, to Paul Schulze, as Chairman of the Board of the Company.

 

Hawthorne, James De Cossett, 1819-

 

Box 17, Folder 65

 

Hewitt, Henry, 1840-1918

see Oakes, Thomas Fletcher, 1843-1919

 

Hibbard, George B.

 

Box 1, Folder 121

 

Box 4, Folder 221

 

Box 13, 2 letters, 1876. (Miscellaneous to Kalama and New Tacoma).

 

Box 14, Folders 33-34, 41, 54, 56, 91-92, 111

See also v.3-7. Written as agent and assistant Land Commissioner for the Company.

 

Hilgard, Eugene Woldemar, 1833-1916

 

Box 7, Folder 126

 

Box 18, Folders 19, 23, 46, 62, 110

 

Box 23, H Miscellany. Telegram to P. Schulze, July 30, 1883.

See also copy of report in v.16, pp. 389-390.

 

Hill, William Lair

 

Box 5, Folder 14

 

Holden, Edward Singleton, 1846-1914

 

Box 23, H Miscellany. Letter, July 5, 1883, to P. Schulze.

 

Holt, William Sylvester, 1848-1931

 

Box 36, H Miscellany. Letter, Jan. 5, 1898, to A. D. Charlton.

 

Hoover, Jacob, 1846-1898

 

Box 23, H Miscellany. Letter, Jan. 25, 1883, to P. Schulze.

 

Houghton, J. H.

 

Box 11, Folders 49, 81, 111, 117, 160, 172, 186

 

Box 12, Folders 164a, 204a, 212, 241a

 

Box 13: See index to New Tacoma to Cheney

 

Box 23, 33 letters, 1882-1885, to Paul Schulze.

See also v.8-16, 19-20. Many written as secretary to J. W. Sprague.

 

Howard, John I., 1849-

 

Box 23, H Miscellany. Letter, Nov. 1, 1883, to Paul Schulze.

 

Howard, William Alanson, 1813-1880

 

Box 14, Folders 50-52, 62, 67, 89-90, 94, 107-108, 118, 120

Written as Land Commissioner for the New York office of the Northern Pacific Railroad.

 

Hughes, J. M.

 

Box 40., 6 letters, 1920, to G. H. Plummer, as Land Commissioner, St. Paul office.

 

Hyde, S. C.

 

Box 23, 13 letters, 1883, to Paul Schulze, Some signed Hyde & Stoll.

 

Ireland, D. C.

 

Box 5, Folder 7

 

Jackson Sheldon, 1834-1909

 

Box 18, Folder 81

 

Jacobs, N. P., d. 1874

 

Box 14, Folder 125

See also v.1 (pp. 370-371, incomplete letter) -5

Written as Assistant Land Commissioner in charge of Pacific District Land Dept., Northern Pacific Rail Road Company.

 

Jenkins, David P., 1823-

 

Box 11, Folders 25, 47

 

Box 24, 6 letters, 1882-1883, to P. Schulze.

 

Johnson, Adolph

 

Box 24, 34 letters, 1882-1883, to Paul Schulze.

 

Johnson, Frank S.

 

Box 17, Folder 223

 

Box 18, Folders 6-9, 11, 68.

With W. T. Coleman's firm in San Francisco.

 

Johnson, John H.

 

Box 14, Folders 180, 191, 198, 201-202, 215, 217, 234, 241

As clerk, New York office.

 

Johnson, Parish B.

 

Box 1, Folders 26a, 32a, 52, 155, 172

 

Box 4, Folder 271

 

Box 8, Folders 19, 42, 67, 86

 

Box 9, Folders 89-91

 

Box 11, Folder 164

See also U. S. Land Office, Walla Walla, Wash.

 

Johnston, Knox

 

Box 24, 209 letters, 1883-1884, to Paul Schulze, re sale of land in Sprague.

 

Jones, William Carey, 1855-1927

 

Box 36, J Miscellany. Letter, Apr. 29, 1897, to Thomas Cooper.

 

Kendrick, John William, 1853-1924

 

15 letters, 1896-1900, to Thomas Cooper, as General Manager and Second Vice President St. Paul office.

See also Phipps, William H.

 

Kennedy, A. R.

 

Box 24, 9 letters, 1883, to P. Schulze, as agent, Northern Pacific Rail Road Company, Ainsworth.

 

Kerr, James Bremer, 1867-1930

 

Box 36, 2 letters, 1897-1900, to Thomas Cooper.

 

Kidder, L. R.

 

Box 10, Folders 56a, 60, 71, 81-82, 106 110-11a, 121, 125

 

Box 13, Folder 63 (New Tacoma to Cheney)

 

Box 15: See index at beginning of box

 

Box 24, K Miscellany. Letter, Dec. 13, 1882, to P. Schulze.

 

Kinne, R. B.

see U. S. Land Office, Yakima, Wash.

 

Koehler, R.

 

Box 17, Folders 107, 122, 125, 231

 

Box 18, Folders 130, 135

 

Box 36, K Miscellany. Telegram, n.d., to Thomas Cooper.

 

Krause, Arthur

 

Box 18, Folders 113, 227

 

Ladd & Tilton

 

Box 25, 8 letters, 1882-1883, to Paul Schulze.

 

Laidlaw, James, 1847-

 

Box 6, Folders 4, 26

 

Laman, J. D.

 

Box 25, 177 letters, 1883-1885, to Paul Schulze, re sale of lands in Walla Walla.

 

Lamborn, Charles B.

 

Boxes 25-26, 569 letters, 1882-1890, to Paul Schulze.

Written as Land Agent, Northern Pacific Rail Road Company, St. Paul office. Letter of Feb. 17, 1883, includes letter from C. Compton Burnett; letter of Feb. 26, 1883, includes letter from J. H. Hughes; letter, Dec. 30, 1883, contains copy of letter by George Gray; letter of May 1, 1884, from Central Trust Company of New York by F. P. Olcott.

See also v.13

 

Lasater, James H.

 

Box 11, Folders 50, 123

 

Box 12, Folders 184a, 204

 

Box 13, Folder 7 (New Tacoma to Cheney)

 

Lewis, David C.

 

Box 8, Folder 94

 

Box 10, Folders 58, 116

 

Box 13, Folders 52a, 69-71, 93, 161, 190 (New Tacoma to Cheney); letter, Mar. 25, 1877 in Misc. to Kalama and New Tacoma folder

 

Box 26, 150 letters, 1882-1883, to Paul Schulze.

See also v.6 (pp. 502 ff.) -10 17-19

Mainly written as Special agent for the Company.

 

Lindeman, Moritz, 1823-1908

 

Box 18, Folder 228

 

Lockhart, J. T.

 

Box 11, Folders 79, 93a, 113, 133, 168a, 177-178, 192, 210

 

Box 12, Folders 12, 27, 49, 94, 123, 131, 137, 219, 223, 237

 

Long, J. Jay

 

Box 41, outgoing letters, 1914-1915, as agent for station at Naches, Washington.

Partial List of Correspondents, M-Z

 

McCartney, H. M.

 

Box 11, Folders 1-2, 17,43, 61, 70

 

Box 12, Folders 25 35-36, 44-45, 54, 82, 105, 164, 169, 178, 198

 

Box 26, M Miscellany. Letter, May 20, 1885, to Paul Schulze.

 

McCormick, Stephen J.

 

Box 5, Folder 77

 

McCraken, John, 1826-

 

Box 12, Folder 212

 

McNaught, James

 

Box 27, 100 letters, 1882-1885, to Paul Schulze, as attorney for the company in Seattle. See also McNaught, Joseph F.

 

McNaught, Joseph F.

 

Box 27, 8 letters, 1883-1884, to Paul Schulze.

 

Martin, M. P.

 

Box 27, 2 letters, 1883-1894, to Paul Schulze.

 

Box 36, 8 letters, 1896-1897, to Thomas Cooper. As auditor of the company and of the Northern Pacific Coal Company, St. Paul Office.

 

Meeker, Ezra, 1830-1928

 

Box 1, Folder 171

 

Box 2, Folder 31

 

Mendenhall, W. K.

 

Box 8, Folders 15, 55, 74, 80, 97, 115-117, 119-120, 128-129,150, 153, 171

 

Box 9, Folder 202

 

Box 10, Folders 5, 26, 37, 41, 43, 51, 138

 

Box 14: See index at beginning of box

 

Box 27, 9 letters, 1883, to Paul Schulze.

See also Oakes, Thomas Fletcher.

 

Miles, Nelson Appleton, 1839-1925

 

Box 18, Folder 107

 

Mitchell, Robert W.

 

Box 27, 8 letters, 1883, to Paul Schulze. See also v.21-26. Some written for Paul Schulze.

 

Montgomery, James Boyce, 1832-

 

Box 4, Folders 227, 234

 

Box 27, 3 letters, 1883, to Paul Schulze.

 

Moore, Frank A., 1844-

 

Box 5, Folder 61

 

Box 27, 2 letters, 1882-1883, to Paul Schulze.

 

Moore, Frank R.

 

Box 27, 5 letters, 1882-1883, to Paul Schulze.

 

Moore, Miles Conway, 1845-1920

 

Box 3, Folder 365

 

Box 12, Folders 86, 90, 98, 168, 175

 

Box 27, 10 letters, 1882-1884, to Paul Schulze.

See also Newberry, A. A.

 

Morrison, E. H.

see U. S. Land Office, Walla Walla, Wash.

 

Mott, C. W.

 

Box 37, 137 letters, 1895-1901, to Thomas Cooper, written as General Emigration Agent for the company, St. Paul office.

 

Muir, John, 1847-1935

 

Box 18, Folders 125, 129

 

Box 27, 4 letters, 1882-1883, to Paul Schulze.

 

Murray, C. H.

 

Box 37, 10 letters, 1897-1901, to Thomas Cooper, as land examiner at Spokane.

 

Nadeau, I. A.

 

Box 37, 47 letters, 1896-1901, to Thomas Cooper, as General Agent, Traffic Dept., Northern Pacific Rail Road, Seattle.

 

Nettleton, Alvred Bayard, 1838-1911

 

Box 14, See index at beginning of box.

Written as Trustee, Northern Pacific Rail Road Company, New York Office

 

Newberry, A. A.

 

Box 28, 211 letters, 1883-1885, to Paul Schulze. Written as land examiner, at Cheney and Spokane Falls. Letter of June 25, 1884 includes letter from Miles C. Moore.

 

Newell, William Augustus, 1817-1901

 

Box 28, N Miscellany. Letter, July 30, 1884, to Paul Schulze.

 

Newlin, W. W.

see U. S. Land Office, Vancouver

 

Nims, Rewel, 1839-

 

Box 28, 2 letters, 1884, to Paul Schulze.

 

Norris, William

 

Box 17, Folder 102

 

Box 18, Folder 4

 

Nosler, J. M.

 

Box 11, Folders 4 26, 40, 51, 57, 75

 

Box 13, Folder 182 (New Tacoma to Cheney)

 

Box 15, Folders 172-173, 177

 

Box 28, 8 letters, 1882-1885, to Paul Schulze.

 

Oakes, Thomas Fletcher, 1843-1919

 

Box 10, Folders 129, 135, 139, 142

 

Box 13, Folders 192 (New Tacoma to Cheney)

 

Boxes 15 and 17: See indexes at beginning of boxes

 

Box 18, Folders 21, 25, 31, 91, 143

 

Box 28, 225 letters, 1882-1894, to Paul Schulze. Letter of Dec. 12, 1882 includes copy of letter from W.K. Mendenhall, which in turn includes copy of letter from U. S. General Land Office by McFarland; Mar. 26, 1883 letter includes copy of letter by James Tweedie; Aug. 8, 1883, letters from Philip Ritz and Samuel Wilkeson; Oct. 6, 1883, copy of letter from Mendenhall; Apr. 9, 1892, copy of letter from Henry Hewitt. Written as Vice President and President of the Company.

 

Oelrichs & Co., New York

 

Box 17, Folders 20, 26, 33, 119, 131, 171, 214

 

Box 18, Folders 50, 89, 199, 201, 244, 257

 

Olcott, Frederic P., 1841-1909

see Central Trust Company of New York

 

Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company

 

Box 6, Folders 105, 109, 134

 

Box 7, Folders 217, 246-247, by Ahio S. Watt.

 

Box 13, Folder 216, by Ahio S. Watt.

 

Oregon Steam Navigation Company

 

Box 14, Folder 87

 

Paddock, John Adams, 1825-1894

 

Box 29, 2 1etters, 1883, to Paul Schulze.

 

Palmer, G. L.

 

Box 29, 19 1etters, 1883-1885, to Paul Schulze.

 

Patterson, Charles M.

 

Box 29, 30 1etters, 1883-1884, to Paul Schulze, re sale of land in Walla Walla.

 

Pearce, W. G.

 

Box 37, 42 letters, 1895-1901, to Thomas Cooper, as Assistant General Manager, St. Paul Office.

 

Pearson, Edward Jones, 1863-1928

 

Box 37, 14 letters, 1898-1901, to Thomas Cooper, as Division Supt., Tacoma Office.

See also Phipps, William H.

 

Pendleton, Ore. East Oregonian

 

Box 29, 5 1etters, 1883-1885, to Paul Schulze by C. S. Jackson, editor.

 

Percival, Daniel F., 1839-

 

Box 29, 4 letters, 1882-1883, to Paul Schulze.

 

Box 37, P Miscellany. Letter, Apr. 23, 1896, to Thomas Cooper.

See also Percival & Andrus.

 

Percival & Andrus

 

Box 29, 18 1etters, 1884-1885, to Paul Schulze, re sale of land in Cheney.

 

Perkins, James A.

 

Box 29, 89 letters, 1882-1885, to Paul Schulze re sale of land in Colfax.

 

Pfeiffer, Carl, 1834-1888

 

Box 18, Folders 3, 41, 80

 

Phipps, William H.

 

Boxes 37-38, 1088 1etters, 1895-1901, to Thomas Cooper, as Land Commissioner, Northern Pacific Rail Road, St. Paul Office. Letter of July 2, 1895, contains letter from J. W. Kendrick; June 23, 1897, from Hannaford; July 27, 1897, from F. Ge Prest; Aug. 19, 1897, from Robert Wingate; Jan. 19, 1899, copy of letter from C. S. Fee; Mar. 16, 1899, copy of letterfrom J. We Kendrick; Mar. 24, 1899, copy of letter of W. N. Cromwell; Apr. 25, 1899, copy of letter from P. R. Kelsey; Oct. 27, 1899, copy of letter from C. W. Bunn; Dec. 13, 1899, copy of letter of E. J. Pearson; May 21, 1900, from U. S. General Land Office (B. Hermann).

 

Plummer, G. H.

 

Box 40, outgoing letters, as land agent for the Company,

 

Box 41, A-Z Miscellany. Letter, Dec. 29, 1915, to J. J. Long.

 

Poe, J. W.

 

Box 29, 2 telegrams, 1890?, to Paul Schulze.

 

Prichard, W. P.

 

Box 29, 38 letters, 1884-1885, to Paul Schulze, as local land agent at New Tacoma and Tacoma.

 

Pritchard, A. L.

 

Box 14, Folders 83, 173, 184

Written as Treasurer, Northern Pacific Rail Road Company.

 

Prosser, William Farrand, 1834-

 

Box 5, Folders 29, 222

 

Box 7, Folder 233

 

Box 13, Folder 181 (New Tacoma to Cheney)

 

Box 29, P Miscellany. Letter, June 9, 1883, to Paul Schulze.

See also U. S. Land Office, Seattle, Wash.

 

Pumpelly, Raphael, 1837-1923

 

Box 29, 4 telegrams, 1883, to Paul Schulze.

 

Rankine, J. W.

 

Box 29, 20 1etters, 1884-1885, to Paul Schulze.

 

Box 39, 2 letters, 1898, to Thomas Cooper

 

Rea, John Andrew, d. 1941

 

Box 39, 2 1etters, 1901, to Thomas Cooper.

 

Reed, Simeon Gannett, 1830-1895

 

Box 2, Folder 117

 

Reed, William H.

 

Box 4, Folder 262

 

Box l1, Folder 94

 

Box 12, Folders 42, 155, 211a, 213a, 228

 

Box 30, 17 1etters, 1882-1885, to Paul Schulze,

 

Reid, William, 1842-

 

Box 14, Folder 159

 

Relf, R. H.

 

Box 39, 15 1etters, 1900-1901, to Thomas Cooper, as Assistant Secretary, St. Paul office.

 

Rennie, John

 

Box 6, Fo1der 28a

 

Ritz, Philip, 1827-

 

Box 3, Folder 398

 

Box 4, Folders 86, 101

 

Box 5, Folder 75

 

Box l1, Folders 95, 132, 175, 207, 215

 

Box 12, Folders 9, 163, 164a, 213

 

Box 29, R Miscellany. Letter, Dec. 18, 1883, to Paul Schulze.

See also Oakes, Thomas Fletcher.

 

Rosenthal, Adolph

 

Box 18, Fo1der 104

 

Box 29, R Miscellany. Telegram, May 24, 1883, to P. Schulze.

See also Germany. Consulat. San Francisco.

 

Sampson, W. C.

 

Box 39, 30 1etters, 1896-1901, to Thomas Cooper, as Sales Agent for the Company at Spokane.

 

Sanborn, G. G.

 

Box 30, 6 1etters, 1884, to Paul Schulze, as Treasurer, St. Paul office.

 

Sanborn, H. D.

 

Box 30, 12 letters, 1883-1884, to Paul Schulze, as purchasing agent for the company, Portland office.

 

Sargent, Charles Sprague, 1841-1927

 

Box 17, Folders 143, 192

 

Box 18, Folder 86

 

Box 30, S Miscellany. Telegram, July 13, 1883, to Paul Schulze.

See also U. S. Census Office. 10th, 1880

 

Saxer, George A.

 

Boxes 17-18: See indexes at beginning of boxes.

 

Box 30, 2 letters, 1882-1883, to Paul Schulze. Many written for Henry Villard.

 

Scholle Brothers, San Francisco

 

Boxes 17-18: See indexes at beginning of boxes. Letters by M. Herman, Albert W. Scholle, and William Scholle.

 

Schulze, Paul, d. 1895

 

Box 10, Fo1der 141

 

Box 19: Outgoing, 1882-1895

See also v.21-35.

 

Schurz, Carl, 1829-1906

 

Box 8, Folders 101, 138, 153

 

Scott, John

 

Box 39, 7 1etters, 1895-1896, to Thomas Cooper, as comptroller of the company.

 

Scott (Geo. S.) & Co., New York

 

Box 18, Folders 1, 22, 48-49, 54, 59, 63-64, 121

 

Box 17, Folders 159, 217, 232, 242, 243.

Written as Scott & Leavitt.

 

Scott & Leavitt

see Scott (Geo. S.) & Co.

 

Sedgwick, Jay

 

Box 39, 78 letters, 1895-1900, to Thomas Cooper, as Tax Agent for the company, Tacoma office. Letters of July 10, 1897 and Jan. 3, 1898 include letters from G. S. Fernald.

 

Shanklin, James W.

 

Box 30, 5 letters, 1883, to Paul Schulze.

 

Sharon, William, 1821-1885

 

Box 17, Folder 57

See also Dobinson, James H.

 

Shay, Frank

 

Box 30, S Miscellany. Letter, Feb. 3, 1885, to Paul Schulze.

 

Smallwood, W. H.

see U. S. Land Office, Vancouver

 

Smith, Isaac

 

Box 4, Folders 200, 270

 

South Prairie Coal Company

 

Box 31, 6 letters, 1883-l885, to Paul Schulze, by C. H. Burnett, Supt.

 

Spafford, C. A.

 

Box 18, Folders 150, 153

 

Box 31, 6 telegrams, 1883, to Paul Schulze.

 

Sprague, John Wilson, 1817-1893

 

Box 1, Fo1der 136

 

Box 2, Folders 75, 123, 125, 155-157, 171

 

Box 3, Folders 214, 218, 246

 

Box 5, Fo1der 27

 

Box 7, Folder 246

 

Box 9, Folders 5, 8, 85

 

Box 10, Folders 20, 39

 

Box 11: See index at beginning of box

 

Box 12, Folders 208a, 210

 

Box 13; See index to New Tacoma to Cheney correspondence

 

Box 31, 2 letters, 1882-1883, to Paul Schulze.

See also v.l-2,5,7-lO, 15-18, 20.

 

Spuhn, Carl

 

Box 17, Folders 106, 145

 

Box 18, Folders 117, 135

 

Stark, George

 

Box 8, Folders 30, 65, 76, 147-148, 151, 160, 171, 180-181

 

Box 9, Fo1der 180

 

Box 15: See index at beginning of box.

Written as Vice-President, and as Chairman, Land Dept., of the Company.

 

Stephens, H. M.

 

Box 39, 86 letters, 1898-1901, to Thomas Cooper, as attorney for Spokane office of the Company.

 

Stephens & Bunn

 

Box 39, 9 letters, 1898-1899, to Thomas Cooper, as Division Counsel of the Company, at Spokane. Early letters as Stoll, Stephens, Bunn & Macdonald.

 

Stokes, A. L.

 

Box 31, 14 letters, 1882-1883, to Paul Schulze. Written as Eastern Agent for the Company.

 

Strong, F. R.

 

Box 3, Folders 194, 247a, 249, 254, 313, 316, 331a, 335, 392a

 

Box 4, Folders 2, 68a, 207

 

Strong, William, 1817-

 

Box 3, Folders 232, 237a, 242a, 247

 

Box 6, Folders 66, 72, 83a, 134a

 

Struve, Henry G.

 

Box 3, Folder 187

 

Box 4, Fo1der 222a

 

Box 5, Folders 23, 47, 134, 149, 152

 

Box 10, Folders 59, 74

 

Box l1, Fo1der 11

 

Switzerland. Consulat. Portland, Ore.

 

Box 39, S Miscellany. Letter, Mar. 11, 1896, to F. N. Dudley.

 

Switzerland. Consulat. San Francisco

 

Box 17, Folders 9, 51, by F. Berton

 

Symonds Frederick Martin, 1846-1926

 

Box 18, Folders 79, 87, 103, 131

 

Symons, Thomas William

 

Box 31, 5 letters, 1882-1883, to P. Schulze.

 

Tacoma Land Company

 

Box 31, 5 letters, 1883-1884, to Paul Schulze, by Isaac Anderson.

 

Thomas, Anthony J.

 

Box 15, Folders 186, 193, 198

Written as Second Vice-President, Northern Pacific Rail Road Company.

 

Tinling, Alex

 

Box 39, 18 1etters, 1895-1901, to Thomas Cooper, as General Agent, Traffic Dept., Tacoma office.

 

Turner, George, 1850-1932

 

Box 39, T Miscellany. Letter, Apr. 28, 1897, to Thomas Cooper.

 

Tyler, W. T.

 

Box 41, 20 letters, 1914-l915, to J. J. Long, as Supt. at Pasco.

 

U. S. Census Office. 10th, 1880

 

Box 1 7, Fo1der 140, by Henry Gannett.

 

Box 18, Folders 40, 72-75, by C. S. Sargent.

 

U. S. Commissioner of Railroads

 

Box 5, Fo1der 139, by Theo French.

 

U. S. Department of the Interior

 

Box 14, Fo1der 64 (by Columbus Delano) and Folder 154 (by B. R. Corwin)

 

Box 31, U Miscellany. Letter, Nov. 28, 1883, by M. C. McFarland. Copy.

 

U. S. General Land Office

 

Box 5, Folders 10, 78, 109, 110, 222

 

Box 7, Fo1der 191

 

Box 8, Folders 18, 67, 113-114, 125, 136-137

 

Box 9, Folders 28, 64, 140, 155, 157, 162, 165, 169, 193

 

Box 10: See index at beginning of box

 

Box 14, Fo1der 121, 147, 210-211, 239

See also Oakes, Thomas Fletcher. Letters by S. S. Burdett (Box 10, Folders 127, 137; Box 14, Fo1der 147), V. J. Baxter, Willis Drummond, L. W. Holcomb, L. K. Lippincott, N. C. McFarland, and J. M. Armstrong.

 

U. S. Geological Survey

 

Box 39, 2 letters, 1900-1901, to Thomas Cooper, by Henry Gannnett.

 

U. S. Land Office, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho

 

Box 31, 8 1etters, 1890-1894, to Paul Sc hulze, by James E. Russell, Register.

 

U. S. Land Office. Colfax, Wash.

 

Box 8, Fo1der 137, by W. H. Jones.

 

Box 10, Folders 24, 105, 113, 116

 

Box 13, Folder 162 (New Tacoma to Cheney)

 

U. S. Land Office. La Grande, Ore.

 

Box 8, Folders 12, 14, 16, 43, 77, 82, 93, 110, 158, 161, l74, 176

 

Box 9, Folders 48, 152-153, 161, 170, 173, 182, 185, 203

 

Box 31, 4 letters, 1883-1893, to Paul Schulze. Mainly by Henry W. Dwight, Register.

 

U. S. Land Office. Lewiston, Idaho

 

Box 10, Folders 11, 115

 

Box 11, Folder 37, by J. M. Howe, Register.

 

U. S. Land Office. North Yakima, Wash.

 

Box 31, 14 1etters, 1889-1895, to Paul Schulze.

 

Box 39, 5 1etters, 1896-1900, to Thomas Cooper.

 

U. S. Land Office. Olympia, Wash.

 

Box 2, Folders 3, 86a, 147

 

Box 3, Folders 202, 230, 269 1/2

 

Box 6, Folder 39

 

Boxes 8-10: See indexes at beginning of boxes.

 

Box 31, 14 1etters, 1883-1894, to P. Schulze,

 

Box 39, 4 1etters, 1898-1900, to Thomas Cooper.

See also Ashton & Chapman. Many by J T. Brown, Register.

 

U. S. Land Office. Oregon City, Ore.

 

Box 6, Fo1der 117

 

Box 8, Folders 8-9, 18, 25-29, 31, 33, 40-41, 46, 60-61, 121, 126

 

Box 9: See index at beginning of box

 

Box 10, Folders 15, 85.

Mainly by Owen Wade, Register.

 

U. S. Land Office. Seattle

 

Box 31, 23 1etters, 1883-1895, to Paul Schulze, mainly by Wm. D. O'Toole. 1883 letter by W. F. Prosser, enclosing letters from F. W. Sparling and Jonah B. Turner, with map.

 

Box 39, 7 1etters, 1895-1901, to Thomas Cooper,.

 

U. S. Land Office. Spokane, Wash.

 

Box 31, 20 letters, 1883-1894, to Paul Schulze.

 

U. S. Land Office. The Dalles, Ore.

 

Box 1, Folders 12, 35, 52

 

Box 2, Folder 39a

 

Box 9, Folders 70, 169

 

Box 10, Folders 44, 61, 66-67, by S. Coffin Register.

 

Box 31, 5 1etters, 189O-l893, to Paul Schulze, mainly by John W. Lewis.

 

U. S. Land Office. Vancouver

 

Box 2, Fo1der 55

 

Box 4, Fo1der 15

 

Boxes 8-10: See indexes at beginning of boxes

 

Box 13, Letter, Feb. 15, 1877, in Fo1der Misc. to Kalamaand New Tacoma Office.

 

Box 31, 22 letters, 1888-1894, to Paul Schulze, mainly by John D. Geoghagan.

 

Box 39, 6 1etters, 1896-1900, to Thomas Cooper, by W. W. Newlin, Fred W. Sparling, and W. H. Smallwood, Registers.

 

U. S. Land Office. Walla Walla, Wash.

 

Box 1, Folders 78-79, 172

 

Box 2, Folder 34

 

Box 3, Folders 298, 367

 

Box 5, Folders 176, 201

 

Box 8, Folders 19, 42, 67, 86, 159, 186-187, 19O-l91

 

Box 9: See index at beginning of box

 

Box 10: Folders 3-4, 23, 47, 54, 102, 123

 

Boxes 11-12: See indexes at beginning of boxes

 

Box 13, Folder 152 (New Tacoma to Cheney)

 

Box 17, Fo1der 88

 

Box 31, 15 letters, 1881-1891, to Paul Schulze, by Parish B. Johnson and E. H. Morrison, Registers.

 

U.S. Land Office. Waterville, Wash.

 

Box 31, 6 letters, 1891-1894, to Paul Schulze.

 

U. S. Land Office. Yakima, Wash.

 

Box 6, Folders 92a, 149

 

Box 10, Folders 86, 91, 93-94, 97-99, 112, 122

 

Box 31, U Miscellany. Letter, May 28, 1884, to Paul Schulze.

Mainly by R. B. Kinne, Register

 

U. S. Office of Indian Affairs

 

Box 31, U Miscellany. Letter, Oct. 9, 1882, addressed to H. Villard, by H. Price. Copy.

 

U. S. Surveyor General for Idaho

 

Box 39, 8 letters, 1896-l899, to Thomas Cooper, mainly by Joseph C. Straughan.

 

U. S. Surveyor General for Oregon

 

Box 1, Folder 174

 

U. S. Surveyor General for Washington

 

Box 1, Fo1der 71

 

Box 4, Folder 245c

 

Box 6, Folders 1-2, 30a, 47

 

Box 7, Folders 187, 194, 227

 

Box 8, Folders 11, 78

 

Box l1, Folders 167, 171, 197

 

Box 12, Fo1der 64

 

Box 14, Folder 212

 

Box 31, 19 1etters, 1882-1894, to P. Schulze.

 

Box 39, 9 letters, 1896-1901, to T. Cooper by William P. Watson and W. McMickin. Mainly by W. MoMickin and A. J. Treadway.

 

U. S. Treasury Dept.

 

Box 3, Fo1der 225

 

Villard, Henry, 1835-1900

 

Box 7, Folder 219

 

Box 13. Fo1der 68

 

Boxes 17-18: See indexes at beginning of boxes

 

Box 31, 28 letters, 1882-1883, to Paul Schulze. Letter of May 5, 1882 incomplete; letter of Mar. 17, 1883 contains letters from J. McNaught and N. Buck. Many written as President of the Company.

See also Saxer, George A.

 

Vollmer John Phillip, 1847-1917

 

Box 18, Folders 60, 230

 

Wackerhagen, Augustus

 

Box 14: See index at beginning of box.

Written as bookkeeper, New York office.

 

Wade, Benjamin Franklin, 1800-1878

 

Box 14, Folders 8, 53 (Copies)

 

Wade, Owen

see U. S. Land Office. Oregon City, Ore.

 

Walla Walla and Columbia River Railroad Company

 

Box l1, Folders 85, 96

 

Box 17, Folder 81

 

Weeks, J. S. P.

 

Box 11, Folders 13-16, 21-23, 59, 72-73

 

Wemyss, R. J.

 

Box 6, Folder 17. Re sale of land to British Capitalists.

 

Wheat, John R.

 

Box 2, Folders 169-170

 

Box 8, Folders 223, 250, 260, 310-311, 319, 333, 337

 

Boxes 4 and 8: See indexes at beginning of boxes

 

Box 9, Folders 175, 209-210

 

Box 14, Folders 106, 160

See also v.1 (PP. 282-286)-5.

 

Wheaton, Frank, 1833-1903

 

Box l1, Folder 152

 

Box 12, Fo1der 5

 

Box 13, Folders 177-178 (New Tacoma to Cheney)

 

Wilkeson, Samuel, 1817-

see Oakes, Thomas Fletcher

 

Williams, James B.

 

Box 10, Fo1der 77

 

Box 13, Folders 101, 150, 183 (New Tacoma to Cheney)

 

Box 15: See index at beginning of box

 

Box 31, 9 1etters, 189O-l893, to Paul Schulze. As Vice-President, Northern Pacific Rail Road Company.

 

Williamson, James Alexander, 1829-1902

 

Box 5, Folders 78, 109-110

 

Box 9, Folders 140, 155, 157, 162, 165, 169, 193

 

Box 10, Folders 50, 79, 114

 

Box 8, Folders 18, ll3-114, 125, 136, 137

 

Wilsey, F. W.

 

Box 39, 36 letters, 1897-1901, to Thomas Cooper, as Eastern Land Agent, St. Paul Office.

 

Windingstad, Olaf

 

Box 31, 300 letters, 1882-1884, to Paul Schulze, as land examiner for the Company and re sale of land at Cheney.

 

Wooton, Elmer Otis, 1865-

 

Box 39, 2 1etters, 1901, to Thomas Cooper.

 

Wright, Charles Barstow, 1822-1898

 

Box 14, Folders 155, 20S, 220

 

Box 15, Folder 26a