Inventory of the Gene H. Kuhn Collection MS 878 MS 878

CSRM Library & Archives staff
California State Railroad Museum Library & Archives
2022


Contributing Institution: California State Railroad Museum Library & Archives
Title: Gene H. Kuhn collection
Creator: Kuhn, Gene H.
Identifier/Call Number: MS 878
Physical Description: 10.3 Linear Feet 7 record cartons + 5 oversize boxes
Date (inclusive): May 1885-1986
Abstract: The Gene Kuhn collection includes records, maps, and photographs of railroads across the United States collected by Gene Kuhn, who worked for the Southern Pacific Railroad and Alaska Railroad in the 1970s and 1980s.
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center: I2.212.R1 Boxes 1-3 I2.212. R2 Boxes 4-6 I2.212.R3 Boxes 7, OV 1, OV 2, OV 3 I2.212.R4 Boxes OV 4, OV 5
Language of Material: English.

Conditions Governing Access

Collection is open for research by appointment. Contact Library Staff.

Accruals

Additional accruals are expected.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of Gene Kuhn, 2020

Arrangement

MS 878 is arranged into 4 series:
Series 1. Southern Pacific Railroad
Series 2. Western Pacific Railroad
Series 3. Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad
Series 4. Other Companies

Biographical information

Gene Kuhn was born in Yuba City, California in November of 1946. Gene graduated from Yuba City High School and completed two years at Yuba College. During his high school years he worked at the Del Monte Cannery on Plumas Street south of Bridge Street. One of his jobs for Del Monte was driving a forklift loading trucks. Gene lived most of his entire life in Sutter County with about 9 years spent in Yuba City. He has watched Yuba City grow from a population of around 3,000 people in the late 1940's to over 50,000 today.
After his tour of duty in the Navy, Gene went to work for Pacific Gas & Electric. His main passion was to work for the Southern Pacific, and after 6 months with PG & E, Gene was hired by Southern Pacific in September of 1971 as a laborer at the SP's Sacramento General Shops, than became a locomotive machinist apprentice, and after 3 years as an apprentice he became a Journeyman Machinist. He was a member of IAM, the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers.
After a downturn in the nation's economy, Gene was laid off from Southern Pacific. He then moved to Alaska in 1983 to become a machinist for the Alaska Railroad (ARR).

Additional Collection Guides

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Gene H. Kuhn Collection, MS 878, California State Railroad Museum Library & Archives, Sacramento, California.

Scope and Contents

The Gene Kuhn collection includes records, maps, and photographs of railroads across the United States collected by Gene Kuhn, who worked for the Southern Pacific Railroad and Alaska Railroad in the 1970s and 1980s. The focus is on the movement of freight and passengers. The collection includes freight and baggage agent's waybills, ticket invoices, tariffs, correspondence, bulletins and notices, clearance record booklets, train and enginemen time reports, agent seal record books, accident reports, photographs, and blue prints. Other materials include tariffs, train register tickets, conductors time return forms, perishable freight service reports, a freight damage log, employee time record/ reports book, and a letter press book.

Separated Materials

Four trade catalogs: AMTRAK / GE AMD 103 DC: DASH AND POWER ELECTRICAL, PRESS HANDBOOK: FACTS, FIGURES, FEATURES ON THE GENERAL MOTORS TRAIN OF TOMORROW, 1947, New York Air Brake Company's Instruction pamphlet No. 68 "No. 6-SL brake equipment for switching locomotives", Jan. 1954 and the Westinghouse Air Brake Company's instruction pamphlet No. 5066 "24-RL brake equipment for all classes of locomotives automatic and electro-pneumatic operation with safety, overspeed, train and speed governor controls", Mar. 1948 were removed and placed in the CSRM trade catalogue collection. The following items have been physically separated from the Kuhn collection: "The Alaska Railroad: 60 years and going proud", Jul. 16, 1983, "The Alaska Railroad safety awards program, 1981, The Alaska Railroad Telephone Directory, Jul. 1978, Jan. 1979 and Jul. 1984, W. E. Arnold. ARNOLD'S TELEGRAPH CODES NO. 25 FOR TRAFFIC, ACCOUNTING AND CLAIM DEPARTAMENTS OF RAILWAY AND STEAMSHIP LINES, 1910, Association of American Railroads. INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL FOR COUPLERS, COUPLER PARTS, AND COUPLER OPERATING MECHANISM ON FREIGHT EQUIPMENT CARS, ADOPTED 1953, Sep. 1954, Clifford D. O'Brien and Solomon Sachs. THE MEANING AND APPLICATION OF THE AIR-BRAKE PROVISIONS OF THE FEDERAL SAFETY APPLIANCE ACT, General Motors Electro-Motive Division, TRACING SCHEMATIC WIRING DIAGRAMS ON DIESEL ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVES, Oct. 1952, Southern Pacific Company. Sacramento terminal industry directory, Jul. 1, 1962 and Apr. 1, 1965, and Southern Pacific Transportation Company. Telephone directory, Jul. 1988.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright has not been assigned to the California State Railroad Museum. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the CSRM Library & Archives. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the CSRM as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Southern Pacific Railroad Company. Sacramento Division
Western Pacific Railroad Company
Railroad repair shops- Employees
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad Alaska Railroad
Sacramento Northern

 

Series 1. Southern Pacific Railroad, May 1885 - Oct. 2, 1975

Scope and Contents

The Southern Pacific series includes material from the Sacramento Division Superintendent's Office such as: map excerpts and accompanying correspondence, photographs, freight waybills, employment cards, traffic department waybills, bad order forms, an engineer's trip report, steamship lines payroll, local and joint tariffs, a turnout inspection form, and a dining car color panel.
Excerpts from Southern Pacific maps and drawings range from May 11, 1910 and November 09, 1955. They show trackage changes and structure of the Southern Pacific Railroad in Yuba City, Auburn, Colusa County, Delevan, Colfax, Dutch Flat, and Truckee. Additional drawings have been transferred to the CSRM technical drawings database. A list of these appears in this finding aid under additional collection guides.
Correspondence attached to the maps and drawings in the Sacramento Division Superintendent's Office files are between them and the County Chamber of Commerce, Southern Pacific's Traffic Department, Land Department, Pacific and Gas Electric Company's Superintendent's Office, and Southern Pacific's Office of General Superintendent- Sacramento Division. Subjects range from complaints regarding roads, land rental, lease, and property disputes to requests and inquiries regarding buildings, tracks, installations, investigations, and irrigation canals.
There are a few Southern Pacific Sacramento Division dispatchers train sheets for the West Valley, East Valley, and Dunsmuir in this collection. They include sheets for Jun. 1934 [also including Dunsmuir], Sep. 30, 1935 [partial, Dunsmuir only], Nov. 29, 1936 [Sacramento only], Mar. 13th-31st, 1938 [partial, Sacramento only], Dec. 1944, and Dec. 1945 [partial].
Southern Pacific Sacramento shops material includes: a list of Southern Pacific Sacramento shop employees organized by rank and department as well as their hours worked and pay rate, a day book including a roster list for machine shop in alphabetical order by the workers last names. The book also lists the employees individual hiring and quitting date. There are two registers of shop employees organized by occupation, pay rate, name, age commenced, date left, and cause and a Southern Pacific employee's service and compensation cumulating sheet book. It is organized, in part, by source, number of employees, number of hours worked, time paid for but not worked, and overtime. There are some pounce patterns and tracings for Southern Pacific designs used on equipment built at the Shops.
Photographs of the Sacramento Car Shop and Sawmill from February 24, 1921, through May 1958 show flat and damaged cars, car accidents, and cars in production. Some photos include railroad workers and officials.
Pounce patterns, or a traced version of a letter or logo, include letters for the Southern Pacific "Overland", "Golden State", and "Californian", Southern Pacific 20" standard, US Mail, Railway Post Office, Railway Express Agency, Sierra Railroad's pattern for its letterboard, and Union Pacific Railroad and are in OV Box 5. Stencils and pounce patterns for Southern Pacific Lines, the "Daylight" train, safety, the SP dynamometer car No. 137, and the schedule board are stored in SMCC Port 222.
box 1, folder 1-2

Southern Pacific- A-U Employment Cards, May 1885- Dec. 16, 1925

box 1, folder 3

Southern Pacific- Bad Order Forms (Blank)

box 1, folder 4

Southern Pacific- Blacksmith Seniority Roster, Jul. 4, 1944- Nov. 8, 1965

box 1, folder 5-8

Southern Pacific- Clearance Record Booklet, Jan. 24, 1962- Jun. 21, 1969

box 1, folder 9

Southern Pacific- Coffee Shop Sign, Dec. 20, 1932

box 1, folder 10-15

Southern Pacific- Correspondence, May 11, 1910- Feb. 15, 1954

box 1, folder 16

Southern Pacific- Correspondence (Photos), Mar. 26, 1918

box 1, folder 17

Southern Pacific- Correspondence (Blueprints), May 11, 1910- Nov. 9, 1955

box 1, folder 18

Southern Pacific- Dining Car Color Panel, Nov. 1949

box OV 5

Southern Pacific- Employees Service and Compensation Cummulating Sheet

box 1, folder 19

Southern Pacific- Engineer's Trip Report, Jul. 13, 1915- Aug. 28, 1915

box 1, folder 20-28

Southern Pacific- Freight Waybills, Mar. 11, 1967- Aug. 28, 1969

box 2, folder 1-26

Southern Pacific- Freight Waybills, Mar. 11, 1967- Aug. 28 1969

box 2, folder 27

Southern Pacific- Interline Waybilling Circular, Jan. 1, 1922

box 2, folder 28

Southern Pacific- Local and Joint Tariffs, May 23, 1964

box 2, folder 29

Southern Pacific- Material and Labor Expended, Oct. 28, 1927- Oct. 31, 1927

box 3, folder 1

Southern Pacific- Monthly Time Books, Nov. 1914- Feb. 1920

box 3, folder 2

Southern Pacific- Passenger Conductor's Record Books, Dec. 22, 1937- Dec. 2, 1946

box OV 3

Southern Pacific- Register of Shop Employees 9, 1902

box OV 4

Southern Pacific- Register of Shop Employees 10, 1904

box OV 2

Southern Pacific- Shop Day Book

box 3, folder 3

Southern Pacific- Steamship Lines Payroll, Mar. 23, 1967- Sep. 27, 1967

box 3, folder 4

Southern Pacific- Ticket Stock Record, Feb. 29, 1964- Apr. 30, 1968

box OV 1

Southern Pacific- Time Roll of Station, Office, and Other Employees, Jun. 1905 - Jul. 1919

box 3, folder 5-6

Southern Pacific- Traffic Department Waybills, May 18, 1967- Aug. 26, 1967

box 3, folder 7-8

Southern Pacific- Train Orders, Feb. 5, 1969- Oct. 2, 1975

box 3, folder 9

Southern Pacific- Saw Mill and Car Shop (Photographs), Feb. 24, 1921- May 1958

box 3, folder 10

Southern Pacific- Turnout Inspection Form (Blank)

 

Series 2. Western Pacific Railroad, Mar. 15, 1940 - Mar. 20, 1970

Scope and Contents

This series includes waybills, telegrams, paychecks, daily record ticket sales, requests to destroy records, bulletins/ notices, railroad and employment-related forms, tariffs, agent seal record books, a switch list and conductor's report, treasury department circulars, local and joint passenger tariffs, a blacksmith seniority roster, material and labor expended forms, bulletins, a blank bill of landing and local ticket sales forms, as well as a coffee shop sign.
Many of the bulletins and notices reference the Marysville Station and the Western Pacific's Office of the Superintendent- Western Division, Department of the Army- Office of the Chief of Transportation, Department of the Navy- Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, Baggage Department, and the Passenger Traffic Department.
box 3, folder 11-14

Western Pacific- Agent Seal Record Book, Sep. 19, 1954- Nov. 9, 1967

box 3, folder 15

Western Pacific- Agent's Coupon, Feb. 2, 1970- Mar. 3, 1970

box 3, folder 16

Western Pacific- Agent's Stub, Feb. 2, 1970- Feb. 28, 1970

box 3, folder 17-22

Western Pacific- Baggage Agent's Waybill Booklet, Aug. 9, 1950- Mar. 20, 1970

box 3, folder 23

Western Pacific- Bill of Landing (Blank Form), Jun. 15, 1941

box 3, folder 24

Western Pacific- Checking Account Deposit Ticket (Blank Form)

box 3, folder 25-29

Western Pacific- Company Waybills, Dec. 31, 1956- Aug. 30, 1967

box 3, folder 30

Western Pacific- CSD 199 (Blank Form)

box 3, folder 31

Western Pacific- Daily Record Ticket Sales, Jan. 17, 1968- Dec. 31, 1969

box 4, folder 1-4

Western Pacific- Daily Record Ticket Sales, Jan. 17, 1968- Dec. 31, 1969

box 4, folder 5

Western Pacific- Daily Reports, Jan. 1, 1970- Mar. 22, 1970

box 4, folder 6

Western Pacific- Employment and Overtime (Blank Form)

box 4, folder 7

Western Pacific- Freight Waybills, Apr. 24, 1967

box 4, folder 8

Western Pacific- Home Route Card (Blank Form)

box 4, folder 9

Western Pacific- Local and Joint Passenger Tariffs, Feb. 10, 1964- May. 1, 1969

box 4, folder 10

Western Pacific- Local Tickets

box 4, folder 11

Western pacific- Local Ticket Sales Form (Blank)

box 4, folder 12

Western Pacific- Lost Discharge Check Correspondence, Feb. 28, 1959- Mar. 17, 1959

box 4, folder 13-15

Western Pacific- Notices/ Bulletins, Mar. 30, 1951- Oct. 8, 1966

box 4, folder 16

Western Pacific- Order for Physical Examination (Blank Form)

box 4, folder 17

Western Pacific- Orders for Empty Cars Wanted for Loading, 1950- 1959

box 4, folder 18

Western Pacific- Passenger Sales Department, Jun. 17, 1958- Feb. 1, 1970

box 4, folder 19

Western Pacific- Passenger Traffic Department, Sep. 4, 1952- May 13, 1958

box 4, folder 20

Western Pacific- Paychecks, Oct. 3, 1960- 1961

box 4, folder 21

Western Pacific- Record of Tariff Schedules Received and Posted, Mar. 25, 1950- May 1, 1951

box 4, folder 22

Western Pacific- Request to Destroy Records, Jun. 24, 1958- Apr. 6, 1960

box 4, folder 23-24

Western Pacific- Requistition for Stationary and Office Supplies, Sep. 9, 1952- Jun. 22, 1959

box 4, folder 25-27

Western Pacific- Switch List and Conductor's Report, Jun. 1, 1968- Jan. 1, 1969

box 4, folder 28

Western Pacific- Switch List and Conductor's Report (Blank Form)

box 4, folder 29

Western Pacific- Tariffs, Feb. 20, 1959

box 4, folder 30 -33

Western Pacific- Telegrams, Jun. 15, 1956- Jul. 30, 1956

box 4, folder 34

Western Pacific- Ticket Invoice (Agent's Record), Jul. 18, 1963- Mar. 16, 1970

box 4, folder 35

Western Pacific- Ticket Refund Receipt, August 20, 1970

box 4, folder 36

Western Pacific- Transfer Tariffs, Apr. 25, 1968- Nov. 1, 1969

box 4, folder 37-38

Western Pacific- Treasury Department Circulars, Mar. 15 1940- Jan. 7, 1963

box 4, folder 39

Western Pacific- Valuation of Baggage Form 1228 (Blank)

 

Series 3. Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad, Jan. 1937 - 1993

Scope and Contents

Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific photograph files include: one photograph albums and two files of photographs and negatives. The album includes images of several mid-Western Railroads including: Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific, Chicago and North Western Railroad (C&NW), Chicago St. Paul and Minneapolis Railway, Chicago and North Western Railroad , Great Northern Railway, Minneapolis & St. Louis Railway, Northern Pacific Railway, and Minneapolis, Northfield & Southern Railway taken between January 1957 and September 1959. Subjects include: freight cars, bridges, shops, trains, yards, and employees in Austin, Minnesota. There are two folders of photographs and negatives of derailments, wrecked engines, and equipment on the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific taken between January 1937 and February 1958.
box 5, folder 1

Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, and Pacific Railroad- Car Load Poles (Photos), Fall 1993

box 5, folder 2

Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, and Pacific Railroad- Freight Waybills, Mar. 30, 1967- Aug. 25, 1967

box 5, folder 3

Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, and Pacific Railroad- Photograph Album, Jan. 1957- Sep. 1959

box 5, folder 4

Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, and Pacific Railroad- Rail Accident Negatives, Jan. 1937-Feb. 1958

box 5, folder 5

Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, and Pacific Railroad- Rail Accident Photographs, Jan. 1937- Feb. 1958

 

Series 4. Other Companies, Jul. 31, 1901 - Sep. 2, 1986

Scope and Contents

Railroads from across the United States and Canada in this series include Alaska Railroad, where Mr. Kuhn worked in the 1980s, Southern Pacific subsidiaries Central Pacific Railroad, St. Louis Southwestern Railway, and Texas and New Orleans Railroad, Western Pacific Railroad subsidiaries Sacramento Northern and St. Louis – San Francisco Railway and many other railroads.
Documents from the Traffic Departments of these railroads include as waybills, circulars, correspondence and tariffs. There are some employee time reports for Denver and Rio Grande Railroad and a list of clerk working for the Sacramento Northern in the 1970s. Tariffs based on geographical location rather than railroad have been placed at the end of the series.
box 5, folder 6

Akron, Caton, and Youngstown Railroad- Freight Waybills, Apr. 11, 1967

box 5, folder 7

Alaska Railroad- Bad Order Card (Blank), May 1975

box 5, folder 8

Alaska Railroad- Bulletin/ Notices, Aug. 19, 1933- Jul. 21, 1983

box 5, folder 9

Alaska Railroad- Conductor's Time Return Forms (Blank), 1982

box 5, folder 10

Alaska Railroad- Program of Events

box 5, folder 11

Alaska Railroad- Switch List Forms (Blank), Sep. 7, 1967

box 5, folder 12-15

Alaska Railroad- Train Orders, Jun. 18, 1983- Feb. 1, 1986

box 5, folder 16

Alaska Railroad- Train Register Ticket (Blank Form)

box 5, folder 17

Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway- Freight Waybills, Mar. 3, 1967- Aug. 29, 1967

box 5, folder 18

Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway- Passenger Tariffs, Mar. 11, 1965- Aug. 9, 1968

box 5, folder 19

Atlantic Coast Line Railroad- Freight Waybills, Apr. 1, 1967- May 26, 1967

box 5, folder 20

Baltimore and Ohio Railroad- Freight Waybills, Mar. 3, 1967- Jun. 30, 1967

box 5, folder 21

Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employees - Due's Collector's Memorandum Book, Aug. 1959- Aug. 1973

box 5, folder 22

Burlington Northern Railroad- Trip Inspection, Sep. 2, 1986

box 5, folder 23

Canadian National Railways- Freight Waybills, Mar. 21, 1967- Mar. 31, 1967

box 5, folder 24

Central of Georgia Railway- Freight Waybills, Sep. 7, 1967- Sep. 8, 1967

box 5, folder 25

Central Pacific Railway- Authority for Expenditure, Jul. 26, 1950- Dec. 4, 1956

box 5, folder 26

Chesapeake and Ohio Railway- Freight Waybills, Mar. 23, 1967- Jul. 5, 1967

box 5, folder 27

Chicago and North Western Railway- Freight Waybills, Mar. 23, 1967- Aug. 18, 1967

box 5, folder 28

Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad- Freight Waybills, Mar. 22, 1967- Jun. 6, 1967

box 5, folder 29

Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad- Passenger Tariffs, Nov. 24, 1965- Oct. 24, 1969

box 5, folder 30

Chicago and Eastern Illinois Railroad- Freight Waybills, Apr. 13, 1967

box 5, folder 31

Chicago, Illinois, and Los Angeles and Richmond, California and Intermediate Stations- Passenger Tariffs

box 5, folder 32

Chicago, Rock Island, and Pacific Railroad- Freight Waybills, Mar. 20, 1967- Aug. 29, 1967

box 5, folder 33

Chicago, Rock Island, and Pacific Railroad- Perishable Freight Service Reports, Jun. 1949

box 5, folder 34

Chicago, Rock Island, and Pacific Railroad- Train Orders, Sep. 22, 1974- Sep. 27, 1974

box 5, folder 35

Denver and Rio Grande Railroad- Employees and Time Records/ Reports, Jul. 31, 1901- Nov. 27, 1943

box 5, folder 36

Denver and Rio Grande Railroad- Freight Damage Log, Mar. 1902

box 5, folder 37

Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad- Freight Waybills, Mar. 30, 1967- Jul. 16, 1967

box 5, folder 38

Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad- General Traffic Department Circulars, Jan. 1, 1951

box 5, folder 39

Denver and Rio Grande Railroad- Letter Press Book, Jun. 7, 1907- Mar. 14, 1908

box 5, folder 40-50

Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad- Train and Enginemen Time Report, Mar. 23, 1966- Oct. 30, 1969

box 6, folder 1

Des Moines and Central Iowa Railway- Freight Waybills, Apr. 15, 1967

box 6, folder 2

Feather River Railway- Freight Waybills, Mar. 29, 1967- Aug. 11, 1967

box 6, folder 3

General Electric- Lubrication Charts

box 6, folder 4

General Motors- Testing and Cleaning Report, May 19, 1976

box 6, folder 5

Grand Trunk Western Railroad- Freight Waybills, Apr. 10, 1967

box 6, folder 6

Gulf, Mobile, and Ohio Railroad- Freight Waybills, Mar. 23, 1967- Apr. 25, 1967

box 6, folder 7

Illinois Central Railroad- Freight Waybills, Mar. 19, 1967- Jun. 22, 1967

box 6, folder 8

Lehigh Valley Railroad- Freight Waybills, Mar. 31, 1967- Apr. 28, 1967

box 6, folder 9

Maine Central Railroad- Freight Waybills, Jun. 13, 1967- Jul. 7, 1967

box 6, folder 10

Missouri Pacific Railroad- Freight Waybills, Mar. 31, 1967- Aug. 3, 1967

box 6, folder 11-15

New York Central Railroad- Freight Waybills, Oct. 28, 1965- Aug. 17, 1967

box 6, folder 16

New York Central Railroad- Passenger Tariffs, Apr. 26. 1963- Jun. 1, 1963

box 6, folder 17

Norfolk and Western Railway- Freight Waybills, Aug. 21, 1967

box 6, folder 18-20

Northern Pacific Railway- Correspondence, Mar. 1, 1933- Jul. 20, 1933

box 6, folder 21-22

Northern Pacific Railway- Freight Waybills, Mar. 29, 1967- Sep. 21, 1967

box 6, folder 23

New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad- Freight Waybills, Apr. 6, 1967- Jul. 6, 1967

box 6, folder 24

Pacific Fruit Express- Correspondence, Jan. 30, 1914- Feb. 5, 1914

box 6, folder 25

Pan American International Air Express Service- Important Notices, Jul. 15, 1940- Aug. 10, 1940

box 6, folder 26

Pan American International Air Express Service- Schedules and Consulars, Jul. 15, 1936- Dec. 15, 1938

box 6, folder 27

Pan American International Air Express Service - Service Tariffs, Mar. 15, 1934- Jun. 15, 1936

box 6, folder 28

Pan American International Air Express Service- Shipper's Letters of Insructions, Oct. 13, 1938- Oct. 2, 1939

box 6, folder 29

Pan American International Air Express Service - System Airway Bill

box 6, folder 30

Pennsylvania Railroad- Freight Waybills, Feb. 28, 1967- Aug. 9, 1967

box 6, folder 31

Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad- Freight Waybills, Apr. 13, 1967

box 6, folder 32

Pullman- Ticket Agent Notice, Sep. 19, 1956

box 6, folder 33

Railway Express Agency- Circulars, Nov. 15, 1933- Jul. 20, 1940

box 6, folder 34

Railway Express Agency- Directory, Jun. 15, 1936- May 1, 1939

box 6, folder 35

Railway Express Agency- Supplemental Documents, Feb. 20, 1937- Jul. 23, 1964

box 6, folder 36

Railway Express Agency- Tariffs, Mar. 15, 1934- May 22, 1940

box 6, folder 37

Sacramento Northern Railway- Bill of Landing Form (Blank), Mar. 15, 1922- Jun. 15, 1941

box 6, folder 38

Sacramento Northern Railway- Blueprints, Mar. 28, 1932

box 6, folder 39

Sacramento Northern Railway- Checking Account Deposit Ticket (Blank)

box 6, folder 40-41

Sacramento Northern Railway- Conductor's Trip Report, Jul.1, 1920- Aug. 28, 1920

box 6, folder 42-45

Sacramento Northern Railway- Freight Waybills, Jan. 23, 1956- Aug. 29, 1967

box 6, folder 46

Sacramento Northern Railway- List of Clerks, Jan. 1, 1970

box 6, folder 47

Sacramento Northern Railway- Recommendations, Sep. 11, 1979

box 6, folder 48

Sacramento Northern Railway- Request to Destroy Records, Feb. 22, 1944- Apr. 19, 1948

box 6, folder 49

Sacramento Northern Railway- Waybill Card (Blank), 1940-1949

box 6, folder 50

Seaboard Air Line Railroad- Freight Waybills, Mar. 22, 1967- May 2, 1967

box 6, folder 51

Southern Railway- Freight Waybills, Aug. 27, 1967

box 6, folder 52

SOO Line Railroad- Freight Waybills, Sep. 7, 1967

box 6, folder 53

Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway- Freight Waybills, Aug. 1, 1967- Sep. 11, 1967

box 6, folder 54

St. Louis- San Francisco Railway- Freight Waybills, Mar. 31, 1967

box 6, folder 55

St. Louis- San Francisco Railway- Locomotive Performance Report- Form MP151 (Blank Form), Sep. 1960

box 6, folder 56

St. Louis- Southwestern- Freight Waybills, Mar. 16, 1967- Jul. 21, 1967

box 6, folder 57

Texas and New Orleans Railroad- Freight Waybills, Jun. 13, 1967

box 6, folder 58

Toledo, Peoria, and Western Railroad- Freight Waybills, Jul. 19, 1967

box 6, folder 59-60

Union Pacific- Freight Waybills, Mar. 30, 1967- Sep. 12, 1967

box 6, folder 61

Walla Walla- Freight Waybills, Aug. 10, 1967

box 7, folder 1

California- Inter- Mountain- Northwest- Tariffs, Feb. 23, 1968- Apr. 1, 1968

box 7, folder 2-4

California- Nevada- Tariffs, Dec. 5, 1958- Mar. 1, 1970

box 7, folder 5-11

California Lines- Tariffs, Sep. 28, 1966- Dec. 3, 1969

box 7, folder 12

Chicago- Tariffs, Mar. 1, 1965- Jun. 1, 1968

box 7, folder 13

General Passenger Committee- Eastern Railroad- Master Table Tariff, Apr. 29, 1963- Jun. 1, 1963

box 7, folder 14

Inland Proportional- Tariffs, Aug. 20, 1969- Jan. 31, 1970

box 7, folder 15

Southwestern Railroad- Tariffs, Oct. 26, 1966- Nov. 1, 1966

box 7, folder 16-17

St. Louis- Tariffs, Feb 25. 1958- Feb. 1, 1970

box 7, folder 18-23

Western- Tariffs, Jan. 23, 1961- Jan. 5, 1970