Guide to the the Southern Pacific Company Records MS 10 MS 10

CSRM Library & Archives staff
2018 edition
California State Railroad Museum Library & Archives
2018


Language of Material: English
Contributing Institution: California State Railroad Museum Library & Archives
Title: Southern Pacific Company records
creator: Southern Pacific Company
Identifier/Call Number: MS 10
Physical Description: 478.15 Linear Feet
Date (inclusive): 1860-1989
Abstract: This collection includes some of the corporate records of the Southern Pacific Railroad, its holding company, the Southern Pacific Company and certain of its subsidiaries and successors (such as the Southern Pacific Transportation Company) collected by the CSRM Library & Archives, focusing on financial and operational aspects of its functions from 1860 to 1989.
Language of Material: English
Language of Material: English
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center

Conditions Governing Access

Collection is open for research by appointment. Contact Library staff for details.

Accruals

The CSRM Library & Archives continues to add materials to this collection on a regular basis.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

These corporate records were pieced together through donations from multiple sources. including: the Southern Pacific Transportation Company, the Union Pacific Railroad, The Bancroft Library; University of California, Berkeley, The Railway & Locomotive Historical Society, Pacific Coast Chapter, and people including: John Vios, Erik Pierson, Timothy and Sylvia Wong, Edna Hietala, John Gilmore, Philip Harrison, Carl Bradley, Betty Jo Sunshine, Dave Henry, Anthony Thompson, Lynn D. Farrar and many others between 1977 and 2009.

Arrangement

Arranged by department into the following series:
Series 1: Motive Power Department records Subseries 1. Equipment records Subseries 2. Master mechanic Subseries 3. The Office of general superintendent motive power department Subseries 4. Drawing room records Subseries 5. Sacramento shops Subseries 6. Mechanical department records Series 2: Engineering, Maintenance of Way and Valuation Department Subseries 1. Engineering Subseries 2. Maintenance of way Subseries 3. Valuation department records Series 3: Accounting Department Series 4: Land Department Subseries 1. Abstract of deeds Subseries 2. Cash receipts Subseries 3. Day books Subseries 4. Real estate and right of way property owned Series 5: Operating Department Subseries 1. Project files of William R. Scott, vice-president and general manager Subseries 2. General manager's orders Subseries 3. Office of general manager appropriation bulletins and general letters Subseries 4. Personnel department Series 6: Executive Department Subseries 1. Office of the president circulars and invitations Subseries 2. Public relations department Subseries 3. Mortgage maps Subseries 4. Long range planning program Series 7: Hospital Department Series 8: Traffic Department and Series 9: Public Relations Department

Corporate History

The Southern Pacific was an American Class I railroad network that existed from 1865 to 1998 and operated in the Western United States. The original Southern Pacific began in 1865 as a land holding company. The last incarnation of the Southern Pacific, the Southern Pacific Transportation Company, was founded in 1969 and assumed control of the Southern Pacific system. By 1900, the Southern Pacific system was a major railroad system incorporating many smaller companies, such as the Texas and New Orleans Railroad and Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad. It extended from New Orleans through Texas to El Paso, Texas, across New Mexico and through Tucson, to Los Angeles, through most of California, including San Francisco and Sacramento. In 1929, Southern Pacific/Texas and New Orleans operated 13,848 route-miles not including Cotton Belt, whose purchase of the Golden State Route circa 1980 nearly doubled its size to 3,085 miles (4,965 km), bringing total SP/SSW mileage to around 13,508 miles (21,739 km). In 1969, the Southern Pacific Transportation Company was established and took over the Southern Pacific Company.
By the 1980s, route mileage had dropped to 10,423 miles (16,774 km), mainly due to the pruning of branch lines. In 1988, the Southern Pacific Transportation Company (including its subsidiary, St. Louis Southwestern Railway) was taken over by Rio Grande Industries, the parent company that controlled the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad. Rio Grande Industries did not merge the Southern Pacific Transportation Company and the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad together, but transferred direct ownership of the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad to the Southern Pacific Transportation Company, allowing the combined Rio Grande Industries railroad system to use the Southern Pacific name due to its brand recognition in the railroad industry and with customers of both the Southern Pacific Transportation Company and the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad.
By 1996, years of financial problems had dropped Southern Pacific's mileage to 13,715 miles (22,072 km). The financial problems caused the Southern Pacific Transportation Company to be taken over by the Union Pacific Corporation. In 1998, the Southern Pacific Transportation Company became the surviving railroad and at the same time the Union Pacific Corporation renamed the Southern Pacific Transportation Company to Union Pacific Railroad. The Southern Pacific Transportation Company became the current incarnation of the Union Pacific Railroad; the former Southern Pacific Transportation Company is still operating as the current incarnation of the Union Pacific Railroad. [Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_Pacific_Transportation_Company#History ]ry ]

Related collections

Additional collections available through the Online Archive of California:
Southern Pacific Railroad Company records: https://oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/tf2199n586/?query=southern+pacific+railroad
Southern Pacific Land Company records: https://oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/c8nc66px/
Central Pacific Railroad Collection: https://oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/tf2h4n98jc/
Catellus Land Records of the Southern Pacific, Central Pacific, its Predecessor and Subdiary Companies: https://oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/c89g5tqc/
Lynn D. Farrar Papers Record Group 1: Southern Pacific Historical Cost Study: https://oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/c8j10910/.
Finding aids for Southern Pacific predecessor and subsidiary companies are also available.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Southern Pacific Company, MS 10, California State Railroad Museum Libary & Archives, Sacramento, California.

Processing Information

Substantial portions of the papers were reorganized in 2018 into a more coherent arrangement, and new series were created to bring similar material together.

Scope and Contents

This collection of corporate records of the Southern Pacific Railroad, its holding company, the Southern Pacific Company, and its successor, the Southern Pacific Transportation Company were donated to the California State Railroad Museum Library & Archives between 1977 and 2018. This material does not represent the complete corporate records of the Southern Pacific.
Contains equipment records, general managers' orders, bulletins, general ledgers, maritime log books, photographs, Southern Pacific Sacramento Shops records, material specifications, files of the Chief Engineer, the Master Mechanic, General Superintendent, Vice-President and the General Manager.
Subjects include the building of the Southern Pacific Railroad, maintenance of tracks and buildings, building and care of locomotives, rolling stock, and trains, and management of its finances and land resources.

Separated Materials

Southern Pacific photographs, maps, drawings, employee timetables, and menus have been separated from these records and can be searched on the CSRM Library & Archives catalog at: https://csrm.andornot.com/. Ephemera, postcards, public timetables and tariffs are maintained separately. Contact CSRM Library & Archives staff for details.

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 Transportation Company
Union Pacific Railroad Company

 

Series 1: Motive Power Department 1860s-1980s

Physical Description: 32 Linear Feet

Arrangement

Arranged into the following subseries:
Subseries 1. Equipment Subseries 2. Master mechanic Subseries 3. Superintendent of motive power Subseries 4. Drawing room Subseries 5. The office of general superintendent mechanical department (later office of chief mechanical officer) Subseries 6. Sacramento shops Subseries 7. Mechanical department

Immediate Source of Acquisition

The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, the Railway & Locomotive Historical Society, Pacific Coast Chapter, Southern Pacific Company, and Anthony Thompson.

Scope and Contents

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Subseries 1. Equipment 1875-1980s

Physical Description: 20.41 Linear Feet

Immediate Source of Acquisition

The Bancroft Library; University of California, Berkeley
box 1, folder 1

Condemned cars, February 1903 - May 1914

Physical Description: .33 Linear Feet1 volume in 1 OV box
Physical Location: MS 10 OV BOX 8 Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.E4

Scope and Contents

This 175-page volume is arranged chronologically by the date cars were destroyed. Entries for each car may contain the date or place the car was condemned, the date torn up, the car number, and notations as to whether the car was worn out or damaged, and if damaged, where or when.
 

Descriptive and cost record of cars, 1919

Physical Description: 1.33 Linear Feet4 volumes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.E10

Arrangement

The volumes were arranged in the following order: Volume 1 Freight cars: ballast (50 ton, steel underframe), ballast (40 ton), box (20 ton), box (25 ton, steel underframe), box (50 ton), box (miscellaneous) Volume 2 Freight cars: box (50 ton, steel underframe), combination box and stock (40 ton), box Volume 3 Work cars: boarding, roadway flat, pile drivers Freight cars: ballast (40 ton), Hart convertible ballast, ballast distributing Work car sets: consist of derricks, boarding cars, tool cars, etc.

Scope and Contents

These volumes provide car numbers, dates built, dates purchased, builders, old numbers and dates of renumbering, lessees, owners, lengths, kinds of cars, original costs, improvements charged to capital account, book values, and dates, reasons, and accounts for equipment vacated. Notations indicate information in the books were transferred and checked with Form 8812 as of January 1, 1919.
box 2

Record of equipment vacated, 1913-1914

Physical Description: .33 Linear Feet1 volume
Physical Location: MS OV BOX 13 Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.F11

Scope and Contents

Central Pacific / Southern Pacific. Form S 3098.
box 3

Pacific System. Record of equipment sold, transferred, wrecked or destroyed. Vol. 1: July 1906-June 1909; July 1909 - January 1913.

Physical Description: .33 Linear Feet1 volume
Physical Location: MS 10 OV Box 14 Filing Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.F11

Scope and Contents

Form 411. Southern Pacific, Central Pacific, Oregon and California, South Pacific Coast, Nevada and California, Sonora Railway.
box 4-5

Equipment record, locomotives, Director of Purchases, 1906-1925

Physical Description: .33 Linear Feet1 volume
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.D4

Scope and Contents

Record of locomotives purchased. Information may include: builder's information, cost, delivery date, built in accordance with following common standard specifications and drawings, and details of construction.

Arrangement

The forms are arranged by corporate name in the following order: Southern Pacific Central Pacific Arizona Eastern Cananea, Rio Yaqui y Pacifico Ferrocarril de Sonora Galveston, Harrisburg and San Antonio Gila Valley, Globe and Northern Houston and Texas Central Oregon and California Peninsular Pacific Electric Portland, Eugene and Eastern Sonora Railway Sud Pacifico de Mexico Texas and New Orleans
box 6

Record of caboose and roadway cars, 1881-[1912]

Physical Description: 1 Linear Feet3 volumes
Physical Location: MS 10 OV BOX 6 Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.F10

Scope and Contents

These volumes provide car number, date built, date rebuilt, from whom purchased or acquired, original number, type of equipment, value and disposititon for caboose and roadway cars of the Southern Pacific System (including Central Pacific, Southern Pacific, Oregon and California, South Pacific Coast, Nevada and California, New Mexico and Arizona, California Northeastern, and Sonora Railroads. The volumes include information about the following equipment: Volume 1 Freight: caboose, ballast, ballast and ballast distributor, plow, derrick, boarding, tool, snow plow, tender, flanger, water roadway tanks & auxiliary tenders, pile driver (roadway flat, derrick) Volume 2 Work cars: derrick, pile driver, flat, gondola, boarding, water tank, tool Volume 3 Work cars: boarding, roadway flat, water and tank, roadway ballast, boarding, and miscellaneous
box 7

Record of charges to equipment built at Company Shops, 1908-1923 (Form 96)

Physical Description: .67 Linear Feet2 volumes
Physical Location: MS 10 OV BOX 9 Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.F9

Scope and Contents

Material in these two volumes appears chronologically by month, and contains information on rolling stock and locomotive tenders. The volumes are arranged in the following manner: New equipment built: number built, class, numbers, length, capacity, location built, and cost Equipment transferred from: class, number, and value of the equipment as vacated Equipment transferred to: class, number, depreciation value, cost of conversion Other information in the volume includes dates when charged, department bill numbers, total cost, account charged to, remarks.
box 8-10

Record of charges to equipment purchased for account, January 1906 through April 1911, with annotations through August 1919 (Form 95, old form 682).

Physical Description: 1 Linear Feet3 volumes
Physical Location: MS 10 OV BOXES 10, 11, 12 Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.E6

Arrangement

The volume is arranged by equipment lot number. An index of lot numbers by type of equipment appears at the beginning of the volume.

Scope and Contents

The equipment described includes locomotives, and passenger, freight and maintenance of way rolling stock. The volume contains the following information: description of equipment purchased (including number purchased, class, equipment numbers, length of cars, capacity of cars, and builder), when charged, source of charge, reason for charge, total amount, and amount charged to Central Pacific or Southern Pacific.
box 11

Record of equipment, Book 1, January 1, 1905

Physical Description: .33 Linear Feet1 volume
Physical Description: MS 10 OV BOX 1 Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.F9

Arrangement

These volumes are arranged in the following order: Floating equipment: car transfer, tugboat, launch, pile driver, barge, car transfer Locomotives Passenger cars: 1st class coach, 1st class chair, 1st class coach, funeral car, 1st class observation, 1st class coach, 2nd class coach, baggage and passenger, baggage, mail and passenger, buffet, observation, composite, open air observation, chair, postal, baggage and mail, baggage, baggage and express, electric trailer coach, horse express, electric motor coach, dining, cafe coach, all day lunch, cafe observation, business, instruction, business-hospital, business-photo car McKeen motor cars Passenger cars (narrow gauge): baggage and passenger, coach, baggage and mail Motor car trailers Gas motor trailers Work cars: boarding, pile driver, roadway flat, roadway water, roadway box, roadway gondola, tool, pile driver, ballast, derrick, steam shovels, water, Roger ballast cars Freight cars: ballast, steel underframe ballast (50 ton), all steel ballast (50 ton) Work cars: roadway ballast, roadway water, derrick - steam crane, hand derrick, steam derrick, steam wrecker, tool derrick tender, and weed killer.

Scope and Contents

Entries in these volumes provide the numbers (old and new) of boats, locomotives and rolling stock on the Southern Pacific, class of equipment, dimensions, weight, date in service and remarks, including the disposition of the equipment.
box 12

Record of equipment, Book 2, January 1, 1905-[December 31, 1924]

Physical Description: .33 Linear Feet1 volume
Physical Location: MS 10 OV BOX 2 Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.F9

Arrangement

The volume is arranged in the following manner: Freight cars (standard gauge): box (20 ton), box (25 ton), combination (15 ton), combination (20 ton), box (30 ton), combination (30 ton), box (40 ton), box (50 ton), hopper bottom gondola (50 ton), gondola (50 ton), caboose Freight cars (narrow gauge): box (10 ton) Freight cars (standard gauge): flat (15 ton), flat (20 ton), caboose, flat (20 ton), caboose, flat (20 ton), box (50 ton), flat (20 ton), flat (25 ton), flat (50 ton), flat (30 ton), flat (50 ton), flat (25 ton), flat (30 ton), flat (40 ton) Freight cars (narrow gauge): flat, oil, water, oil Freight cars (standard gauge): refrigerator (30 ton), ventilated fruit (30 ton), acid tank, oil tank (50 ton), oil tank (40 ton), oil tank (30 ton), oil tank (50 ton), oil tank (40 ton), gondola (40 ton), gondola (20 ton), gondola (25 ton), hopper bottom gondola (30 ton), oil tank (30 ton), oil tank (50 ton), oil tank (30 ton), furniture (30 ton), stock (40 ton), and stock (30 ton).

Scope and Contents

Entries in this volume provide numbers (both old and new), class of equipment dimensions, weight, date in service and remarks, including disposition of equipment, for standard and narrow gauge freight cars on the Southern Pacific.
box 13

Record of locomotives, Volume 1, 1875-1919 (Form 1298)

Physical Description: .33 Linear Feet1 volume
Physical Location: MS 10 OV BOX 4 Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.F9

Arrangement

he volume is arranged in the following order: Switch locomotives (0-6-0), Nos. 1001-1246 Eight wheel locomotives (4-4-0), Nos. 1300-1540 Moguls (2-6-0), Nos. 1600-1827 Suburban locomotives (2-6-2), Nos. 1901-1906 Ten wheel locomotives (4-6-0), Nos. 2000-2374 Pacifics (4-6-2), Nos. 2400-2460 Consolidations (2-8-0), Nos. 2500-2851 Twelve wheel locomotives (4-8-0), Nos. 2900-2957 Atlantics (4-4-2), Nos. 3000-3071 Mallet compound consolidated locomotives (2-8-8-2), Nos. 4000-4048.

Scope and Contents

This volume provides the number, ownership (Southern Pacific, Central Pacific, Oregon & California), date built, date purchased, builder, location built, the age (as of June 30, 1911), total weight without tender, weight on drivers, weight of tender empty and loaded, capacity of tender (tons of coal/gallons of water), value (original and book), date vacated, cause, charge (purchaser, scrap value, operating expense) and remarks for locomotives of the Southern Pacific. T
box 14

Record of locomotives, Volume 2, 1881-1919

Physical Description: .33 Linear Feet1 volume
Physical Location: MS 10 OV BOX 5 Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.F10

Arrangement

The volume is arranged in the following order: San Bernardino and Redlands Railroad, narrow gauge motors Nos. 1, 2 and 6 Nevada and California Railway, narrow gauge locomotives Nos. 1-17 Electric locomotives Nos. 200 - 201 South Pacific Coast Railway, locomotive No. 6 Sonora Railway, locomotives Nos. 26-27, 57-159, and 850-853 California Northeastern Railway, locomotive No. 3 Extra tenders Central Pacific Railway/Butte County Railway (Chico and Northern), locomotives Nos. 1-4 Mikado locomotives, Nos. 3200-3270 Pacific Railway and Navigation Company, locomotive No. 3 Salem Falls City and Western Railway, locomotive No. 8 Coos Bay, Roseburg and Eastern Railway and Navigation Company, locomotives Nos. 3-5 Corvallis and Eastern Railroad, locomotives Nos. 1 - 7 Portland, Eugene and Eastern Railway, locomotives Nos. 100, 102 2-10-2 Class locomotives, Nos. 3600-3659 Mallet Mogul locomotives, Nos. 4200-4211

Scope and Contents

This volume provides the number and ownership (Southern Pacific, Central Pacific, Oregon & California, etc.), date built, date purchased, builder, location built, age as of June 30, 1911, total weight without tender, weight on drivers, weight of tender empty and loaded, capacity of tender (tons of coal/gallons of water), value (original and book), date vacated, cause vacated, charge (purchaser, scrap value or operating expense) and remarks for locomotives of the Southern Pacific and some subsidiary lines.
box 15

Record of passenger cars, 1906-1919

Physical Description: .67 Linear Feet2 volumes
Physical Location: MS 10 OV BOX 7 Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.F10

Arrangement

Volumes are arranged in the following manner: Volume 1 The volume is arranged numerically by car number from car No. 1000 to No. 5999. Following these are listings for business cars Nos. 100-124, SUNSET MAGAZINE photograph cars Nos. 1-2, motor cars, odd Nos. 1-53, 63, 65, and 55, motor car trailers, even Nos. 2-20, and gas motor cars Nos. 67, 57, 59 and 61. Volume 2 The volume is arranged numerically by car number from car No. 6000 to 10091. Following these are listings for motor coaches, motor baggage and passenger cars, electric coach trailers, electric passenger, mail and baggage, motor baggage and express cars, and street cars. Following these are listings for narrow gauge equipment, including cars from the Nevada and California Railroad, South Pacific Coast Railroad, Portland, Eugene and Eastern Railroad, San Bernardino and Redlands Railroad, and standard gauge passenger cars for the Butte County Railroad, California Northeastern Railway and Sonora Railway.

Scope and Contents

These volumes provide car number, date built, source acquired (if from another railroad), builder, location built, length, capacity, original weight, value (invoice, freight and miscellaneous charges, total cost or inventory cost), and disposition.
box 16

Passenger car color and design books, June 3, 1955

Physical Description: .33 Linear Feet1 archives box
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.I5

Scope and Contents

Order P 266 (Lot 6955, Plan 7649) Two-level type suburban cars SP 3700-3709 (10 cars) Pullman-Standard Car Manufacturing Company, Passenger Car Engineering Department, Color and Design Studio, Chicago, Illinois. June 3, 1955 Interior Decorative Treatment Samples: with descriptions and samples
box 16, folder 1

Title page; index 1

box 16, folder 2

Photographs (4)

box 16, folder 3

Paint, Medium Beige, C&D No. 192 C 52, Dupont 69-8073 (page 1)

box 16, folder 4

Paint, Light Cream, C&D 193 C 52, Dupont 69 8074 (page 2)

box 16, folder 5

Window curtains, rose and gold stripes on lime green facing, Pantasote Company's X 1170 (page 3)

box 16, folder 6

Seat covering, rose 6347, grain B, Super Redo 7345 3010 (page 4)

box 16, folder 7

Floor covering, green marbelle 616 S, Goodyear Rubber Company (page 5)

box 16, folder 8

Floor covering, non-skid, color red, Goodyear Rubber Company (page 6)

 

Passenger car color and design books

Physical Description: .33 Linear Feet1 archives box
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.210.H2

Scope and Contents

Order P 265 (Lot 6953, Plan 7646) Official car "Sunset" SP 150 [Interior Decorative Treatment Samples: with descriptions and samples]
box 17, folder 1

Observation room, pillow, Lehman-Connor Company, color beige Cheney 17009, velvet. Loose pillow for observation room sofa and Bedroom 'B" 1

box 17, folder 2

Observation room, pillow, Lehman-Connor Company, color jade 81413, velvet 2

box 17, folder 3

Dining room, window shades, Gilford Leather Company, Silver antique finish 201 52 3

box 17, folder 4

Bedroom "A," window shades, S. W. Heim, black plaid 23188 4

box 17, folder 5

Bedroom "B," window shades, Lehman-Connor Company, gray textured satin piece 54, 9142 5

box 17, folder 6

Bedroom "C," window shades, Lehman-Connor Company, pure green silk matelasse 80513 6

box 17, folder 7

Bedroom "D," window shades, J. H. Thorp & Company, fawn deluxe 4561 7

box 17, folder 8

Passageway and crew's room, window shades, Mori Fortuny, silver on ivory Pritchard & Roberts F 5091 8

box 17, folder 9

Kitchen and pantry, window shades, Aluminum, Pantasote 800V H2 9

box 17, folder 10

Bedroom "B," pillow material, Lehman-Connor Company, gray textured satin piece 54, 9142 10

box 17, folder 11

Dining room, draperies, Pritchard & Roberts F 5040B, Fortuny Fabrics F 5040B, Edera, color green. Drapes to be lined with Lussky, White & Coolidge, luxury light tan 11

box 17, folder 12

Bedroom "A," bedspread, S. W. Heim Company, black plaid 23188 12

box 17, folder 13

Bedroom "A," bedspread, Lussky, White & Coolidge, Shasta tweed 13628 gray 13

box 17, folder 14

Dining room, seat covering for folding card table chairs and hassocks, Gilcolite silver antique finish 201 52. Gilford Leather Company's synthetic leather Gilcolite silver antique finish 201 52. 14

box 17, folder 15

Lining for inside of furniture wherever necessary, Western Felt Company, 128 beige SH shade 2030, 5 yards wide 15

box 17, folder 16

Dining and observation room, door casings (except crew's end of car), window trim at light excluders, furniture trim in dining room, observation room and dresser in Room "B," wood finish, J. L. Metz Company, Provincial Gray 16

box 17, folder 17

Observation end platform, trap doors and foot plate (dummy end of car), Goodyear Rubber Company's 1/4 inch rubber, red Marbelle 325 S 17

box 17, folder 18

Mirrors, Cadillac Glass Company, all mirrors to be 1/4 inch peach-tinted safety mirrors, fastened with screws and rosettes 18

box 17, folder 19

Shower and general toilet, tile, Cambridge sun tile, color 221, pattern 4602 A. Floor and receptor to have ceramic tile 19

 

Passenger car color and design books

Physical Description: .33 Linear Feet1 archives box
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.F5

Scope and Contents

Order P 265 (Lot 6953, Plan 7646) Official car "Sunset" SP 150 Hardware, formica, carpet [with descriptions and samples]
box 18, folder 1

Observation room, seat covering (lounge chairs and sofa), Madge Friedman fabric special (Russell business car), turquoise and beige, Seagoam 101, handwoven fabric 1

box 18, folder 2

Observation room, window shades, Bedige medallion color 16, decorate fabrics 7568 16, processed by Pantasote Company. Window shades to have beige medallion cloth facing with Pantasote Company's aluminum backing 800V H2, Style 7568 16 2

box 18, folder 3

Observation room, window blinds all side windows and inside of end door, turquoise beige matchstick blinds, Bill Carter's make. Design and color by Stosskopf Interiors 3

box 18, folder 4

Observation room, ?, Jawler HEX 28839, Aurora Fabric Company's open mesh linen. Processed by Laminated Plas-Tex Corporation. Bonded to aluminum sheets and metal covered plywood by Met-L-Wood Corporation. All exposed portions of frieze, piers, wainscotting, dividing partition, end finish, battens, room side of swing door, instrument panel housing and exposed portions of match stick blind housing. Window capping to be 1/4 inch (Blisterproof) laminated plastic. Processed by Met-L-Wood Corporation 4

box 18, folder 5

Observation room and passageway, carpet, color blue green mixture, Keiswetter Company's handwoven carpet 5

box 18, folder 6

Finish of hardware, antique brass. Provincial hardware finish as furnished by J. L. Metz Company 6

box 18, folder 7

Baked on enamel, unfinished hardware to match antique brass. Baked on enamel finish by Clayton Ashe to match antique brass hardware by J. L. Metz 7

box 18, folder 8

Crew's room and kitchen and inside of crew's wardrobe, blue and tan leaf carpet, Mohawk Mill's Company's W 2184 20. Southern Pacific Railroad stock item 10 13 40. 8

 

Passenger car color and design books

Physical Description: .03 Linear Feet2 folders
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.F5

Scope and Contents

Official cars "Los Angeles" SP 110 and "Tucson" SP 117 Plywood
box 19, folder 1

Finish: walnut to match Formica 92 N 22 and 18 FC 22, used in dining room, observation room and bedrooms, "A," "B," and "C." 1

box 19, folder 2

Finish: rift oak to match Formica 77 K 13, used on cabinets and desk office and crew's room 2

 

Passenger car color and design books

Physical Description: .12 Linear Feet4 folders
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.F5

Scope and Contents

Order P 265 (Lot 6953, Plan 7646) Official Car "Sunset" SP 150 General
box 19, folder 3

Specifications for color and design decorative treatment 1

box 19, folder 4

Ceilings in crew's room, passageway (Crew's end of car) and interior of lockers adjacent to crew's quarters, paint, off white C&D 204 C 53, Dupont's 69 8071 Off-white 2

box 19, folder 5

Walls in crew's room, passageway (crew's end of car) and electric lockers, paint, light tan, C&D 230 C 54, DuPont's 69 8070 light tan 3

box 19, folder 6

Room side of entrance and shower door crew's quarters, inside of body end door, passway side of room entrance doors, swing door (crew's end of car) and door casing at swing door, paint, Medium Dark Blue, C&D 152 A 50, DuPont's 69-8072, Medium Dark Blue 4

 

Register of equipment, Steam locomotives, 1887-1912 (Nos. 3-8)

Physical Description: 2 Linear Feet6 volumes
 

Register of equipment, 1940s-1980s

Physical Description: 6 Linear Feet18 volumes

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gifts of Dr. Anthony W. Thompson, 2008, 2012, 2017, and 2018

Arrangement

Register of equipment volumes are arranged by ICC account number, then by type of equipment, then numerically by equipment number. If known, a range of equipment numbers (the number in use at the time the form was completed) for all accounts within a volume is indicated in brackets. Equipment numbers within each account are not consecutive.

Scope and Contents

These volumes provide the equipment numbers (both old and new) of freight cars, locomotives, caboose racks, and other equipment. Each entry may provide information about the lease, sale, retirement or disposition of a piece of equipment, whether its acquisition was subsequent to the valuation date (date, group number), and a link to an engineering report (sheet number, group number).
Register of equipment forms are in bound volumes that have been arranged by Interstate Commerce Commission account number and equipment name. The types of equipment accounts found in these volumes are: Account 51. Steam locomotives Account 52. Other locomotives Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.C5 Account 53. Freight train cars Account 55. Highway revenue equipment Account 57. Work equipment Account 58. Miscellaneous equipment
Register of equipment Accounts 51: Steam Locomotives, 52: Other Locomotives, 53: Freight Train Cars, and 54: Passenger Train Cars [Volume] Southern Pacific Company, Register of Equipment, Form L-7757, [12-75499] Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.C5 Accounts 52: Other Locomotives and 53: Freight Train Cars [Volume] Southern Pacific Company / St. Louis Southwestern, Register of Equipment, Form L-7757, [SP: 334,012-835,549], [SSW: 2250-9902], 1940s-1980s (Book 1) Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.C5
Account 53: Freight Train Cars, M-4 Southern Pacific Company [Volume] Caboose racks, 1970s-1980s [Volume] Tankers, Nos. 60,000 – 99,999, 1940s-1980s [Volume] Box cars, Nos. 100,000 – 112,999, 1940s-1970s, (Book 2) [Volume] Box cars, Nos. 113,000 – 159,999, 1950s-1980s [Volume] Box cars, Nos. 181,000 -- 182149, 1960s-1970s [Volume] Box cars, Nos. 200,000 – 217,999, 1950s-1980s [Volume] Box cars, Nos. 218,000 – 299,999, 1950s-1980s [Volume] Gondolas, Nos. 300,000 – 359,999, 1950s-1980s [Volume] Gondolas, Nos. 360,000 – 399,999, 1950s-1980s [Volume] Hopper cars, Nos. 400,000 – 499,999, 1950s-1980s, (Book 6) [Volume] Flat cars, Nos. 500,000 – 599,999, 1950s-1980s [Volume] 100 ton box cars, Nos. 600,000 – 674,299, 1960s-1980s [Volume] Box cars, 674,300 – 836,049, 1950s-1980s Filing location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.D2, Vol. 1-6; I2.300.D3, Vol 7-12 Account 55: Highway revenue equipment, Account 58: Miscellaneous equipment [Volume] St. Louis Southwestern, Southern Pacific Company, 6-30-1916, 1960s-1980s
Account 57: Work Equipment [Volume] Southern Pacific Company Register of Equipment (Floating, Rolling Stock, Narrow Gauge), Form L-7757. [SP: 4-3299], 6-30-1916, 1920s-1960s (Book 1) Filing location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.B2
[Volume] Southern Pacific Company / St. Louis Southwestern Register of Equipment, (Maintenance of Way), Form L-7757. [SP: 3301-89513] ,[SSW: 94129-99301] , 6-30-1916, 1920s-1980s (Book 2)
 

Accounts 51: Steam Locomotives, 52: Other Locomotives, 53: Freight Train Cars, and 54: Passenger Train Cars [Volume] Southern Pacific Company, Register of Equipment, Form L-7757, [12-75499] 1

 

Accounts 52: Other Locomotives and 53: Freight Train Cars [Volume] Southern Pacific Company / St. Louis Southwestern, Register of Equipment, Form L-7757, [SP: 334,012-835,549], [SSW: 2250-9902], 1940s-1980s (Book 1) 2

 

Account 53: Freight Train Cars, M-4: [Volume] Caboose racks, 1970s-1980s 3

 

Account 53: Freight Train Cars, M-4: [Volume] Tankers, Nos. 60,000 – 99,999, 1940s-1980s 4

 

Account 53: Freight Train Cars, M-4: [Volume] Box cars, Nos. 100,000 – 112,999, 1940s-1970s, (Book 2) 5

 

Account 53: Freight Train Cars, M-4: [Volume] Box cars, Nos. 113,000 – 159,999, 1950s-1980s 6

 

Account 53: Freight Train Cars, M-4: [Volume] Box cars, Nos. 181,000 -- 182149, 1960s-1970s 7

 

[Volume] Box cars, Nos. 200,000 – 217,999, 1950s-1980s 8

 

Account 53: Freight Train Cars, M-4: [Volume] Box cars, Nos. 218,000 – 299,999, 1950s-1980s[Volume] Box cars, Nos. 218,000 – 299,999, 1950s-1980s 9

 

Account 53: Freight Train Cars, M-4: [Volume] Gondolas, Nos. 300,000 – 359,999, 1950s-1980s 10

 

Account 53: Freight Train Cars, M-4: [Volume] Gondolas, Nos. 360,000 – 399,999, 1950s-1980s 11

 

Account 53: Freight Train Cars, M-4: [Volume] Hopper cars, Nos. 400,000 – 499,999, 1950s-1980s, (Book 6) 12

 

Account 53: Freight Train Cars, M-4: [Volume] Flat cars, Nos. 500,000 – 599,999, 1950s-1980s 13

 

Account 53: Freight Train Cars, M-4: [Volume] 100 ton box cars, Nos. 600,000 – 674,299, 1960s-1980s 14

 

Account 53: Freight Train Cars, M-4: [Volume] Box cars, 674,300 – 836,049, 1950s-1980s 15

 

Account 55: Highway revenue equipment, Account 58: Miscellaneous equipment [Volume] St. Louis Southwestern, Southern Pacific Company, 6-30-1916, 1960s-1980s 16

 

Account 57: Work Equipment [Volume] Southern Pacific Company Register of Equipment (Floating, Rolling Stock, Narrow Gauge), Form L-7757. [SP: 4-3299], 6-30-1916, 1920s-1960s (Book 1) 17

 

Account 57: Work Equipment: [Volume] Southern Pacific Company / St. Louis Southwestern Register of Equipment, (Maintenance of Way), Form L-7757. [SP: 3301-89513] ,[SSW: 94129-99301] , 6-30-1916, 1920s-1980s (Book 2) 18

 

Account 52: Other Locomotives [Volume] Southern Pacific Company, 1945-1961 1

 

Accounts 52: Other Locomotives, 57:Work Equipment, 58: Miscellaneous Equipment, and 51: Steam Locomotives – Rack [Volume] St. Louis Southwestern, 1950s-1980s 2

 

Account 55: Highway Revenue Equipment, Account 58: Miscellaneous Equipment [Volume] Southern Pacific Company, 1960-1970s 3

 

Account 55: Highway Revenue Equipment, Account 58: Miscellaneous Equipment: [Volume] Record of Property Changes, 1960s-1970s 4

 

Record of property changes, equipment (Form CS-7761 / L-7761), and Report to Interstate Commerce Commission, Summary of units and cost by reporting periods (BV Form 588, Sub. B. rev.), 1940s-1980s

Physical Description: 1.25 Linear Feet4 volumes

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of Dr. Anthony W. Thompson (387-1970), 2008

Scope and Contents

These two forms are bound together under the ICC account number. These account numbers are: Account 51. Steam locomotives -rack Account 52. Other locomotives Account 55. Highway revenue equipment Account 57. Work equipiment Account 58. Miscellaneous equipment
Record of property changes, equipment (Form CS-7761 / L-7761) is used to record: the ledger value of a piece of equipment from its time of purchase until retirement and its depreciation over time. These forms provide the equipment number (old and new) for freight cars, locomotives, and other equipment, ledger value as of a particular date, the AFE number for the purchase, the purchase date and cost, equipment type, date built, builder and weight.
Report to Interstate Commerce Commission, Summary of units and cost by reporting periods (BV Form 588, Sub. B. rev.) provides a summary of depreciation of equipment over time and may include: carrier classes, kinds of equipment, dates ordered, serviced, and built, original costs, whether secondhand, rebuilt, or converted, a description of major additions and betterments, the number of units acquired, dismantled or destroyed, rebuilt, converted or sold, acquisition cost or addition and betterments cost, cost of reproduction on retirement, depreciation at retirement, and the original costs to date. This form does not list individual units. Covers Southern Pacific Company and St. Louis Southwestern equipment.
box 21-24

Forms 69, 116 Statement of total charges to account "Equipment built at Company's shops and of equipment completed during [month] / Equipment built at Company's Shops: Statement of equipment built at Company's Shops and completed during [month], 1906-1930

Physical Description: 1.14 Linear Feet4 archives boxes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.G5, G6

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific, Oriental Warehouse, San Francisco, 1987

Arrangement

Arranged by Division / location of shop / railroad, then by date.

Scope and Contents

Information recorded: Cost of equipment completed, renumbering, rebuilds, car type, numbers, and capacity.
box 25

Form 89 / 689 Amount credited to floating equipment depreciation fund, August 1907 - December 1912

Physical Description: .29 Linear Feet1 archives box
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.G6

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific, Oriental Warehouse, San Francisco, 1987

Arrangement

Arranged by date.

Scope and Contents

The subject of this is boats. Information includes corporate property ownership, name of steamer, estimated cost of replacing, and floating equipment depreciation.
box 26-29

Form numbers 2384, 2635, 4368 Description of roadway cars, 1860s-1960s

Physical Description: 1 Linear Feet4 shoe boxes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.I5

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific, Oriental Warehouse, San Francisco, 1987.

Arrangement

Arranged by car number (corporate designation ignored).

Scope and Contents

Subjects include Central Pacific / Southern Pacific maintenance of way cars Nos. 1 - 1372//. Information recorded include: Corporate designation and car number, manufacturer's data, specifications, and provenance.
 

Subseries 2. Master mechanic 1869-1906

Physical Description: 1.67 Linear Feet
box 30-32

Master mechanic letters and reports 1894-1906

Physical Description: 1 Linear Feet11 volumes in 3 boxes

Scope and Contents

The collection consists of eight letterpress copy books of outgoing letters from the Sacramento office of SP Master Mechanic Taylor W. Heintzelman, and three volumes of reports on locomotives by Heintzelman and Master Mechanic H. H. Forney. The Heintzelman letters are outgoing correspondence and are arranged chronologically. They are concerned chiefly with personnel matters, accidents out on the line, and in the shops, operation of locomotives and cars, repairs to equipment, and maintenance of facilities. Many of the letters are to Henry J. Small, Superintendent of Motive Power. The ninth through eleventh volumes are also letterpress copy books containing reports sent to the Superintendent of Motive Power, and most are signed by either Heintzelman or Forney. The reports cover the location and condition of the locomotives on the Sacramento Division, changes in locomotive classification, performance sheets, repairs or betterments to locomotives, the general condition of locomotives on the Sacramento Division, and accidents.
box 33-34

Master mechanic records, 1869-1889

Physical Description: .67 Linear Feet2 archives boxes

Scope and Contents

Includes correspondence directed to H. J. Small about operations, train delays and accidents, passes and employees.
 

Subseries 3: The office of general superintendent 1.3 1890-1959

Physical Description: 1.4 Linear Feet
box 35-36

Superintendent of motive power and machinery (Pacific System) 1 1890-1900

Physical Description: .33 Linear Feet10 volumes in 2 boxes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.I2-I3

Scope and Contents

1 letterpress copy book (Form 2450, 356 pages), listing by date and they by number the locomotives in the shop awaiting repair, 1904-1907, along with the division to which the locomotives were assigned, class of repairs to be performed and dates shopped and ready for service; 6 volumes on boiler repair log books, 1916-1934, describing work performed on boilers along with materials used, and arranged chronologically with locomotive numbers indicated; 1 volume recording new boilers built for MT-3 class locomotives, 1925, and new boilers built for MT-4 class locomotives, 1926-1927 describing the work performed and materials used, and arranged by shop order number with locomotive numbers indicated.
box 36

General letters 2

Physical Description: .07 Linear Feet2 folders

Scope and Contents

To ensure that currents instructions would be readily available for reference and observance, the Southern Pacific Company established a uniform system of issuing general instructions in the form of General Letters. Revisions were made as needed.
The Office of General Superintendent Mechanical Department (later Office of Chief Mechanical Officer) issued general instructions relating to subjects of a mechanical nature. Topics include movement of diesel locomotives and spraying insecticides.
 

Mission bay roundhouse

Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.J4

Scope and Contents

This series consists of records from Southern Pacific Railroad's Mission Bay roundhouse in San Francisco, California. It includes 19 volumes of foreman's log books and 1 volume of locomotive departure time notes. The foreman's logs are arranged chronologically and contain handwritten notes and instructions, as well as information regarding locomotive tests and repairs, tools and equipment, accidents on the line and in the yards, personnel matters and general administration of the roundhouse during the transition period between steam and diesel motive power.
The departure log, also arranged chronologically, gives times for the departure of locomotives and engine assignments and train numbers. The collection also contains one folder of miscellaneous telegrams, notes, and clippings.
box 37

Foreman's Log (8), Mar. 1943-Mar. 1950

box 38

Foreman's Log (8), Mar. 1950-Jul. 1956

box 39

Foreman's Log (2), Mar. 1959-Dec. 1959 Engine departure record book, Dec. 1955-May 1956 Miscellaneous notes and clippings

 

Subseries 4: Drawing room 1.4 1911-1937

Physical Description: 1 Linear Feet
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.J3, I2.300.J5, I2.300.I8

Scope and Contents

Miscellaneous records pertaining to the preparation of drawings.
It was the policy of the Harriman Lines (Union Pacific, Southern Pacific and subsidiaries) to standardize rolling stock such as locomotives, passenger cars and freight cars. Common standard drawings and specifications were prepared for this purpose. Union Pacific's accounting department apportioned the cost of this work to Southern Pacific and to subsidiaries of both companies based on the pro rata ownership of such rolling stock.
These correspondence files contain letters, documents, and apportionment forms. Monthly forms show overall numbers of each type of rolling stock owned by each railroad and each subsidiary line which indicates change each month in such ownership.
box 40, folder 1

CS 49 Common standards for ICC drawings and maps 1909-1917

box 40, folder 2-5

Apportionment of common standard drawing expenses 1911-1916

box 40, folder 6-11

Apportionment of common standard drawing expenses 1929-1937

box 41

Numerical indexes for shop sketches February 28, 1907

box 42

Numerical index of steamer drawings, West Oakland, marine ways

box 43

Numerical index of shop sketches, ICC boiler work, Nos. 4780-4840 1951-1953

box 44

Subseries 5. The office of general superintendent mechanical department (later office of chief mechanical officer) general letters

Physical Description: .03 Linear Feet1 folder
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.J4

Scope and Contents

The Office of General Superintendent Mechanical Department (later Office of Chief Mechanical Officer) issued general instructions relating to subjects of a mechanical nature. Topics include movement of diesel locomotives and spraying insecticides.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of Carl Bradley (387-1529), 2001
 

Subseries 6. Sacramento shops 1.5

Physical Description: 4 Linear Feet
box 44

Shop pattern book 1894-1899

Physical Location: Filed: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.I6

Scope and Contents

A single volume contains lists of patterns made at the southern Pacific's Sacramento Shops during the period August 1894 to October 4, 1899. The lists are for patterns in the "G" through "K" series. The entries are arranged alpha-numerically by pattern number and contain notations on patterns made for locomotives, cars, maritime equipment, machinery and structures such as bridges. The volume also contains notations as to patterns destroyed, and those which had to be rebuilt or repaired following destruction by a fire at the Sacramento Shops pattern warehouse November 1898. The last 72 pages of the volume contain pen and ink sketches of patterns, with pattern numbers and dimensions.
 

Payroll receipt book, October 1907 - November 1907

Physical Description: .33 Linear Feet1 ledger

Scope and Contents

A single volume contains stubs of checks from the Anglo Californian Bank made out to employees of the Southern Pacific Sacramento Shops and Los Angeles Repair Shops for the weeks of October 1-15, 1907 or November 1-5, 1907. Includes employees in the positions of teamster, laborers, blacksmith, carpenter, engineer, watchman, and icing from the Truckee Railroad. Information on the check stubs include employee name and work location.
box 45-46

Power plant records 1951-1988

Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.J9

Scope and Contents

Power plant impressor and boiler log books, and inspection and test reports for the power plant at the Sacramento General Shops.
box 47

Employment registers, February 1900 to February 1902

Physical Description: .33 Linear Feet2 volumes in 1 archives box

Scope and Contents

Two volumes of employment registers of Southern Pacific Sacramento Shops employees containing alphabetical rosters of workers employed at the shops during the periods indicated. Information recorded include names, job title, classification, rate of pay, date of status change such as dismissal or recall, promotions and pay raises.
box 48

Hegenscheidt-MFD Corporation records, Sacramento Shops 1975-1986

Physical Description: .33 Linear Feet6 files in 1 box
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.I2-I3

Scope and Contents

Southern Pacific used Hegenscheidt wheel lathes during its diesel locomotive rebuild program, 1970-1989. Includes: a locomotive lubrication record, General Rehabilitation and Improvement Program (GRIP) specifications, a daily log book, and a maintenance log book for the Hegenscheidt wheel lathes used at the Sacramento General Shops.
box 49

Car Shop 3 timebook Jul. 1936-Sep. 1986

Physical Description: .33 Linear Feet1 book in one archives box
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.I2-I3

Scope and Contents

Each page covers one month, and records the employees (surnames only) and the number of hours worked each day.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of Victor Ruiz, 2008
box 50-99

Employee records Circa 1900-1930

Physical Description: 50,000 Sheets
Physical Description: 50,000 records in 50 shoe boxes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.H8-H10

Scope and Contents

This collection of 3x5 cards (SP Forms 2331, 4394) was rescued from a Sacramento Shops dumpster. The printed cards are arranged in alphabetical order by surname. Information, usually supplied by the employee, may include birth date, occupation or shop facility where employed, address, previous SP employment, and rate of pay. Typical occupations include laborer, molder, painter, caller, car builder, boiler maker, roller, machinist, bolt cutter, helper, etc. The file is incomplete for surnames beginning with the letters H through K, and T through Z. These records have been microfilmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah. The microfilm copy may be examined in the Library reading room. The original cards are filed off-site.
box 100

Visitors logs 1972-1977

box 100

Machine shop inventory 2 1895-1900

Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.I2-I3

Scope and Contents

Two bound volumes contain inventories of machinery in Machine Shops 1, 2 and 3 at the Sacramento Shops, as of October 1895. The listings contain notations as to the type of machinery, machinery number, size, date acquired, manufacturer, belts and pulleys used, and cost to the company new. In addition there are inventories of shop furniture and fixtures and office furniture. There are also summary inventories through 1900, and inventories of yard platform tools.
 

Forms

box 101-103

Form number 4216 Store or Shop Orders, 1936-1955

Physical Description: .86 Linear Feet3 archives boxes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.G6

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific, Oriental Warehouse

Arrangement

Arranged by shop location, by date, then by order number.

Scope and Contents

The subject of this material is repairs to locomotives and rolling stock done at various shops. Information recorded includes: individual order addressed to, date, order number, request number, deliver order to, at, description of work, date commenced, and date completed.
box 104-106

Form number 4359B [Steam locomotive boiler cards]

Physical Description: .75 Linear Feet3 shoe boxes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.G2

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of Fred Stindt, 1979

Arrangement

Arranged by series designation, then by boiler number.

Scope and Contents

These cards cover Southern Pacific boilers from series AE, ALCO, BLW, CLW, CL&M, DL&M, DLW, GH&SA, GO, HLW, I&M, LLC, LL&M, LLW, NYLW, O&C, PR&N, RLW, SD&A, SFC&W, SLW, SP/CP. Information recorded includes: boiler number, date boiler applied/removed, new firebox added, provenance, and disposition.
box 107-112

Form numbers 4368, 4433, 7197 Description of caboose cars: Cabooses in service circa 1906 to circa 1961

Physical Description: .5 Linear Feet2 shoe boxes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.H5, H6

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific, Oriental Warehouse, San Francisco, 1987

Arrangement

Arranged by car number.

Scope and Contents

Includes Central Pacific and Southern Pacific cabooses numbers 1-1234// [Not complete]. Includes: corporate designation and car number, manufacturer's data, specifications, provenance, and shop record.
box 113-117

Form number 4368A [Description of freight cars], 1900s-1950s

Physical Description: .5 Linear Feet2 shoe boxes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.H5, H6

Scope and Contents

Covers maintenance of way cars 12158 - 13327. Includes information about maintenance of way cars (hopper, ballast, gondola). SP revenue freight cars are usually 5 digit numbers. Information recorded corporate designation and car number, manufacturer's data, specifications, provenance, and shop record.

Arrangement

Arranged by car number.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific
box 118-125

Form number 4395 Descriptive record of locomotive

Physical Description: 2.29 Linear Feet8 document boxes
Physical Location: Filing location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.G6, G7

Scope and Contents

Coverage includes Arizona and New Mexico, Arizona Eastern, A & S M, Central Pacific, El Paso and Northeastern, El Paso and Southwestern, Gulf, Houston and San Antonio, Minarets and Western, Nevada-California-Oregon, Northwestern Pacific, P & E, South San Francisco Belt, San Diego and Arizona Eastern, South Pacific Coast, Southern Pacific, Texas and New Orleans. Information includes: locomotive type, class, number, builder's data, provenance, in service date, specifications, additions and betterments, and disposition.

Arrangement

Arranged by locomotive road number (corporate designation ignored).

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific, Oriental Warehouse, San Francisco
box 126-127

Form number 4418 Record of shop machinery and tools

Physical Description: .5 Linear Feet2 shoe boxes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.H6

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific, Oriental Warehouse, San Francisco, 1987

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by type of equipment.

Scope and Contents

Covers maintenance of way equipment such as: automobiles and trucks, ballast cars, ballast plows, ballast shapers, cranes, derricks, ditchers, donkey engines, dump cars, flat cars, forges, gondolas, gravity cars, hospital boxes, Jordan spreaders, marine boilers, motors cars, motor car trailers, office equipment, ore cars, outfit cars, pile drivers, push cars, rail loaders, shovels, steam shovels, surveying equipment, tank cars, and tool cars) used on various construction projects: Arizona Eastern construction, Globe Branch, Calva to Peridot, 1928 Central Pacific construction, Klamath Falls to Alturas, 1928-1929 Inter California Railway, Sandia to Holtville, 19-- Nevada California Oregon, 1927 Southern Pacific, Knights Landing to Boyers Landing (office equipment only)
Information recorded includes: location used, description, date in service, manufacturer's data, disposition, and expenses.
box 128-131

Form number 4418 Record of shop machinery and tools, late 1940s

Physical Description: 1.75 Linear Feet7 shoe boxes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.210.I5

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific, Oriental Warehouse, San Francisco, 1987

Arrangement

Arranged by location.

Scope and Contents

Coverage includes Southern Pacific shops at: Ashland, Bakersfield, Bayshore (San Francisco), Brooklyn, Dunsmuir, El Paso, Eugene, Grants Pass, Los Angeles, Mission Bay, Mojave, Ogden, Sacramento, Taylor (Los Angeles), Roseville, Roseburg, San Francisco, Sparks, Tracy, and Tucson.
Information recorded includes: location of shop and SP Division, SP inventory number, description, manufacturer's data, date into service, cost and recharge (betterments, additions, operating expenses), reference to General Manager's Orders (GMO), and disposition.
box 132-134

Form number 8812 Record of locomotives and cars, 1910s-1950s

Physical Description: .5 Linear Feet3 half archives box
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2. 300.G7

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific, Oriental Warehouse, San Francisco, 1987

Arrangement

Arranged by locomotive/tender road number.

Scope and Contents

Covers Southern Pacific Narrow Gauge No. 9, Southern Pacific Nos. 1298, 1746, 2467, 2597, 2854, Southern Pacific shop switchers Nos. 206, 569, 570, 572, 966, Tenders Nos. 7192, 8008, 8476, 8657-8659. Subjects include: appreciation and depreciation records of steam locomotives, shop switchers, and tenders. Information recorded: description, provenance, construction, additions and betterments, and disposition.
box 135-155

Form number 4423 Specification card for locomotive boiler No. [X]

Physical Description: 6 Linear Feet21 archives boxes

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Railway & Locomotive History Society, Pacific Coast Chapter; Brian Thompson

Arrangement

Arranged by locomotive road number (corporate designation ignored)

Scope and Contents

Includes description and inspection of steam locomotive boilers. Information recorded includes: locomotive number, owner and operator, boiler builder's data, boiler specifications, boiler operation, and drawings.
box 156-159

Form number 8812 Record of locomotives and cars, 1910s-1950s

Physical Description: 1.14 Linear Feet4 archives boxes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.G8

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific, Oriental Warehouse, San Francisco, 1987

Arrangement

Arrangement by car number.

Scope and Contents

Covers SP passenger cars 1-10915 (incomplete). Subjects include appreciation and depreciation records of passenger cars (baggage-dormitory, baggage-express, coach, observation, street cars). Information recorded includes: descriptive data, provenance, construction, additions and betterments, ledger value, and disposition.
box 160-161

Form number 8812 Record of locomotives and cars / Record of rolling stock, Miscellaneous and floating equipment, 1930s-1950s

Physical Description: .28 Linear Feet2 archives boxes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.G9

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific, Oriental Warehouse, San Francisco, 1987

Arrangement

Arranged by car number.

Scope and Contents

Covers locomotives 1 - 8299 (incomplete), Central Pacific, Northwestern Pacific, and Southern Pacific. Subjects include: appreciation and depreciation of work equipment (dining, supply, box, bunk, tool, wrecking crane, derrick tender, tenders, business, water, dump, diner-cook, crane, ballast, official, boarding, flat, tank, gondola, scale test). Information recorded: Descriptive data, provenance, construction, additions and betterments, ledger value, and disposition.
box 162-169

Form number 8812 Record of locomotives and cars, 1910s-1960s

Physical Description: 2.29 Linear Feet8 archives boxes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.G10

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific, Oriental Warehouse, San Francisco, 1987

Arrangement

Arranged by car number.
box 170

Form number 8810, 8812 Record of Miscellaneous Equipment / Record of rolling stock, miscellaneous and floating equipment / Record of locomotives and cars, 1920s-1950s

Physical Description: .14 Linear Feet1/2 archives box
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.G7

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific, Oriental Warehouse, San Francisco, 1987

Arrangement

Arranged by railroad, then by car number.

Scope and Contents

Covers miscellaneous equipment, such as: Southern Pacific trailers, Harbor Belt Line tender 2, Nacozari passenger cars 1070, 2064, 2303, 6368, Pacific Electric passenger cars 300-307, 309-316, 318, 5166, 5167, Pacific Electric freight cars 35, 41, 556, Petaluma & Santa Rosa diesel locomotives 3, 4, San Diego & Arizona Eastern freight cars 181, 402, San Diego & Arizona Eastern passenger cars 174, 175, 208, San Diego & Arizona Eastern maintenance of way cars, St. Louis & Southwestern passenger cars 2350, 2351, and St. Louis & Southwestern freight cars. Information recorded includes: descriptive data, additions and betterments.
box 171

Form number 8812 Record of rolling stock, miscellaneous and floating equipment, 1930s-1950s

Physical Description: .14 Linear Feet1/2 archives box
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.G

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific, Oriental Warehouse, San Francisco, 1987

Scope and Contents

Covers Central Pacific, Northwestern Pacific, and Southern Pacific. Subject includes: appreciation and depreciation of miscellaneous equipment (automobile trailers, automobiles, trucks, tractors). Information includes: description, provenance, construction, additions and betterments, and disposition.
box 171

Form number 8812 Record of rolling stock, miscellaneous and floating equipment - Control sheets / Summary Sheets, 1929-1956

Physical Description: .29 Linear Feet1 archives box

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific

Arrangement

Arranged by type of equipment.

Scope and Contents

Subjects include: Locomotives (steam and diesel), and rolling stock. Information includes: equipment numbers, and costs.
box 173

Form number 9294 + 9805 Amount available for replacement of equipment retired, 1915-1927

Physical Description: .29 Linear Feet1 archives box
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.J5

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific, Oriental Warehouse, San Francisco

Arrangement

Arranged by year.

Scope and Contents

Covers Central Pacific, Southern Pacific, Oregon and California, South Pacific Coast, Arizona Eastern, Alamagordo and Sacramento Mountain, El Paso and Northeastern, El Paso and Southwestern, Phoenix and Eastern, Arizona and New Mexico. Information recorded includes: dollar amount available by type of equipment: equipment vacated (may include car numbers, with original cost and depreciated value), less / plus balance from previous year, less / plus charge to additions and betterments, less / plus charge to equipment built at Company's shops, less / plus charge for purchase from Southern Pacific, less / plus charge for equipment purchased from public.
box 174-175

Form number 9265 Reconciliation of investment in equipment forms 8810, 8812, 8999 and 5119, 1935-1944

Physical Description: .57 Linear Feet2 archives boxes

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific, Oriental Warehouse, San Francisco

Arrangement

Arranged by corporate name, then by type of equipment.

Scope and Contents

Coverage includes Southern Pacific, and Central Pacific. Information recorded includes: class of equipment, sub class, construction, date built, unit number or name, ledger value to [date], additions, betterments and retirements, total ledger value plus yearly charges, and total carried forward.
 

Subseries 7. Mechanical department

Physical Description: 1 Linear Feet
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.J4

Arrangement

Arranged by specification number.

Scope and Contents

Various material specifications issued by the Superintendent of Motive Power. Dates reflect first issuance of specification and date of copy / copies in hand. There are two indexes : (1) by specification number and (2) by subject.
box 176, folder 1

78 Graphite. 1914 / 1948

box 176, folder 2

82 Oxygen gas. 1917 / 1946

box 176, folder 3

88 Poisoned grain. 1909 / 1923

box 176, folder 4

91 Air compressor lubricating oil. 1922 / 1952

box 176, folder 5

100 Gear lubricant. 1921 / 1956

box 176, folder 6

101 Cup greases. 1921 / 1953

box 176, folder 7

102 Gasoline engine lubricating oil. 1922 / 1953

box 176, folder 8

107 Asbestos millboard. 1923 / 1941

box 176, folder 9

111 Journal box oil. 1924 / 1956

box 176, folder 10

112 Crusher oil. 1924 / 1930

box 176, folder 11

114 Wiping cloths and rags. 1924 / 1953

box 176, folder 12

117 Magnesium chloride. 1924 / 1946

box 176, folder 13

123 Rod cup compound. 1925 / 1936

box 176, folder 14

124 Driving journal and rod cup compound. 1925 / 1950

box 176, folder 15

126 Manila rope. 1926 / 1954

box 176, folder 16

131 Water softener salt. 1926 / 1954

box 176, folder 17

138 Mercurial thermometers. 1945

box 176, folder 18

140 Tool steel. 1928 / 1958

box 176, folder 19

146 Zinc chromate metal primer. 1929 / 1961

box 176, folder 20

154 1 inch molded water hose. 1929

box 176, folder 21

160 White stencil paint. 1930 / 1958

box 176, folder 22

162 Concrete floor enamel. 1930 / 1947

box 176, folder 23

164 Black asphaltum varnish. 1930 / 1949

box 176, folder 24

166 Bolted whiting. 1930 / 1950

box 176, folder 25

169 Carbon tetrachloride. 1931 / 1954

box 176, folder 26

171 Soap base and liquid soap. 1931 / 1948

box 176, folder 27

177 Switchlight oil. 1934 / 1950

box 176, folder 28

185 Upholsterers' moss. 1937 / 1941

box 176, folder 29

187 Long fiber wool yarn. 1937 / 1946

box 176, folder 30

190 Freight car synthetic enamels. 1937 / 1957

box 176, folder 31

199 Locomotive sand. 1941

box 176, folder 32

200 Sandblasting sand. 1941 / 1970

box 176, folder 33

211 Flat washable wall enamel. 1950 / 1961

box 176, folder 34

212 Disinfectant and deodorant. 1945 / 1955

box 176, folder 35

214 Machinery enamels. 1946 / 1955

box 176, folder 36

215 Fuel oil. 1946 / 1963

box 176, folder 37

216 Thinners for paints and enamels. 1946 / 1949

box 176, folder 38

219 Quick drying floor finish. 1947 / 1951

box 176, folder 39

220 Aluminum paint (ready mixed). 1947 / 1959

box 176, folder 40

221 Aluminum paint (heat resistant). 1947 / 1953

box 176, folder 41

222 Galvanized metal primer. 1947

box 176, folder 42

223 White wood primer. 1948 / 1952

box 176, folder 43

224 Locomotive smokebox paint. 1948 / 1949

box 176, folder 44

225 Exterior cleaner for passenger cars. 1948 / 1955

box 176, folder 45

226 Filter packing. 1948 / 1952

box 176, folder 46

229 Insulation shakedown tests. 1949

box 176, folder 47

230 Cleaning agent, vapor degreaser. 1949 / 1956

box 176, folder 48

231 Interior non-toxic white paint, horse cars. 1949

box 176, folder 49

232 White interior undercoat. 1949 / 1961

box 176, folder 50

233 Heavy duty hot tank cleaner, caustic type. 1951 / 1965

box 176, folder 51

235 Mild alkaline cleaner. 1951 / 1957

box 176, folder 52

236 Locomotive cleaner, solvent type. 1951 / 1963

box 176, folder 53

237 Steam cleaner, liquid alkaline type. 1950 / 1966

box 176, folder 54

238 Scale remover, phosphoric acid type. 1950 / 1956

box 176, folder 55

241 Exterior paints. 1950 / 1961

box 176, folder 56

242 Interior gloss paint. 1950

box 176, folder 57

243 Semaphore enamels. 1950

box 176, folder 58

244 Varnish. 1950

box 176, folder 59

245 Red lead 1950

box 176, folder 60

246 Bottle green paint. 1950

box 176, folder 61

247 Jade green gloss enamels. 1950 / 1952

box 176, folder 62

248 Paint and varnish remover, water rinsable type. 1951

box 176, folder 63

249 CX 105 belt / axle light belting. 1950 / 1963

box 177, folder 1

250 Electrical part solvent cleaner. 1951 / 1957

box 177, folder 2

251 Moss green paint. 1950

box 177, folder 3

252 Vinyl plastic upholstery. 1951

box 177, folder 4

253 Exterior white cold water paint. 1951

box 177, folder 5

257 Diesel cooling water treatment. 1952

box 177, folder 6

258 Propane liquified gas. 1953

box 177, folder 7

259 Wire rope lubricant. 1953

box 177, folder 8

260 Sodium base fibrous grease. 1953

box 177, folder 9

261 Calcium base graphite grease. 1953 / 1958

box 177, folder 10

262 Ball and roller bearing grease (general purpose). 1953

box 177, folder 11

263 Multipurpose lithium base grease. 1953 / 1957

box 177, folder 12

264 Water pump grease. 1953

box 177, folder 13

265 Low temperature grease. 1953 / 1957

box 177, folder 14

266 Calcium base fluid grease. 1953

box 177, folder 15

267 Threaded joint compound. 1953

box 177, folder 16

268 Diesel engine lubricating oil (stationary, automotive and work equipment). 1953 / 1954

box 177, folder 17

269 Rust proof compound. 1953 / 1958

box 177, folder 18

270 Air tool oil. 1953

box 177, folder 19

271 Transformer oil (insulating oil). 1953

box 177, folder 20

272 Mineral seal oil. 1953

box 177, folder 21

273 Light machine oil. 1953

box 177, folder 22

274 Tractor roller lubricant. 1953

box 177, folder 23

275 Multipurpose gear lubricant. 1953

box 177, folder 24

276 Plug valve lubricant (Water, steam and alkali service). 1953

box 177, folder 25

277 Plug valve lubricant (gas and oil service). 1953

box 177, folder 26

279 Ball and roller bearing grease (traction motor). 1953

box 177, folder 27

280 Canvas bags. 1953

box 177, folder 28

283 Hydraulic brake fluid. 1953 / 1955

box 177, folder 29

284 Water emulsion type cutting oil. 1953 / 1956

box 177, folder 30

285 Refrigerant compressor oil. 1953

box 177, folder 31

286 Neatsfoot oil. 1953

box 177, folder 32

287 Upholstery. 1953

box 177, folder 33

290 Cageless type filter elements, lubricating oil. 1954 / 1960

box 177, folder 34

291 Cold tank cleaner, solvent type. 1955

box 177, folder 35

293 Rail bond compound. 1955

box 177, folder 36

294 Diesel fuel oil (air conditioning engines). 1955

box 177, folder 37

295 Postal car green. 1955

box 177, folder 38

296 Diesel locomotive black enamel. 1956

box 177, folder 39

297 Liquid detergent. 1955 / 1966.

box 177, folder 40

298 Penetrating and rust solvent oil. 1956

box 177, folder 41

299 Insulated signal cable (single and multiple conductor polyvinyl chloride type). 1956

box 177, folder 42

301 Powdered hand soap with lanolin. 1956

box 177, folder 43

302 Water solution cutting fluids. 1956

box 177, folder 44

303 Diesel jade green enamel. 1956 / 1964

box 177, folder 45

307 Journal box oil for free oiling. 1960

box 177, folder 46

309 Chromium plating of diesel engine crankshafts. 1961 / 1964

box 177, folder 47

310 Secondhand, plain bearing axles. 1961 / 1970

box 177, folder 48

311 Direct-to-metal freight car enamels. 1963

box 177, folder 49

312 Liquid akaline cleaner. 1964

box 177, folder 50

313 Hardwood flooring (Apitong and Keruing) for freight cars. 1970

box 177, folder 51

317 Hickory tool handles. 1966

box 177, folder 52

318 Liquid acid detergent. 1966

box 177, folder 53

319 Cleaner for diesel cooling systems. 1968

box 177, folder 54

320 Zinc chromate metal primer for use by carbuilders. 1966

box 177, folder 55

322 Primer finish coat system for use by carbuilders. 1967

 

Series 2: Engineering, Maintenance of Way and Valuation Department 2 1888-1987

Physical Description: 39 Linear Feet59 archives boxes, 3 1/2 archives boxes, 77 volumes, 21 shoe boxes
 

Subseries 1. Engineering 1

Historical

The Chief Engineers of the Central Pacific and Southern Pacific Railroad Companies were:
Theodore Dehone Judah, June 1861 to November 1863 Samuel S. Montague, November 1863 to 1883 or 1885 William Hood, October 1883 to May 1921 George W. Boeschke, May 1921 to May 1932 Walter H. Kirkbridge, June 1932 to January 1944 Earl E. Mayo, February 1944 to February 1955 William M. Jaekle, March 1, 1955 to June 1960 Harry M. Williamson, July 1, 1960 to June 1975 W.J. Jones, July 1975 to October 1977 Harry B. Berkshire, November 1, 1977 to May 1985 Gerald L. Murdock, May 1985 to August 1989 Richard R. Mahon, September 1989 to [information supplied by retired SP Valuation Engineer Lynn D. Farrar to Richard R. Mahon, January 29, 1990]

Scope and Contents

Includes photographs of bridges, floods, tunnels and other structures taken by Southern Pacific engineers, work orders for addition and betterments from lines East of Sparks, Nevada, Chief Engineer William Hood's project correspondence, snowshed data, Suisun Bay Bridge project records, and records of station changes forms.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of Southern Pacific Transportation Company, San Francisco (Brannan Street), 1993 and 1998
 

Photographs 1902-1927

Physical Description: 14.67 Linear Feet44 volumes
Physical Location: Big Four Building (Drawing room - filing cabinets)

Scope and Contents

Bound volumes of 8x10 black and white photographs. Most images have been identified either on the key which appears at the front of each binder, or on the image itself.

Arrangement

Arranged by SPED b-[number] assigned by the Engineering Department. See index.
Bridge photographs are arranged by corporate name and then by valuation number.
 

SPED b-1 Arizona and New Mexico (Valuation Section A&NM Arizona 1), 1925-1926

 

SPED b-2 Arizona Eastern (System), 1925-1926

 

SPED b-3 Bay Shore Railroad: San Francisco to San Bruno (Valuation Section SP California 2), 1905-1910

 

SPED b-4 Central Pacific: Redwood Junction to Niles Junction (Valuation Section CP California 7), 1907-1910

 

SPED b-5 Central Pacific: Rocklin to Colfax (Valuation Section CP California 12), 1909-1914

 

SPED b-6 Central Pacific: Colfax to Blue Canyon (Valuation Section CP California 13), 1912-1915

 

SPED b-7 Central Pacific: Emigrant Gap to Summit (Valuation Section CP California 13), 1923-1925

 

SPED b-8 Central Pacific: Winsted to Lawton, Nevada (Valuation Sections CP, California 13 and Nevada 1), 1912-1915

 

SPED b-9 Central Pacific: Fernley, Nevada to Nevada-California State Line (Valuation Section CP Nevada 9), 1912-1915

 

SPED b-10 Central Pacific: California-Nevada State Line to Westwood, California (Valuation Sections CP California 14 and 14a), 1914-1915

 

SPED b-11 Central Pacific: Black Butte to Grass Lake (Valuation Section CP California 20), 1926

 

SPED b-12 Central Pacific: Oakridge, Oregon to Kirk (Valuation Section CP Oregon 4), 1924-1927

 

SPED b-13 Central Pacific (Valuation Sections California 1, 17, Nevada 2), 192

 

SPED b-14 Central Pacific: Voids and cavitation existing in settled embankments (Valuation Section CP California 12), 1920-1921

 

SPED b-15 Central Pacific: Colusa and Hamilton Railroad, Harrington to Hamilton (Valuation Section SP California 57), 1915-1920

 

SPED b-16 El Paso and Southwestern Railroad (System), 1925-1927

 

SPED b-17 New Mexico and Arizona Railroad, Benson to Nogales (Valuation Section NM&A Arizona 1), 1926-1927

 

SPED b-18 Miscellaneous and Valuation Section, Oregon and California Railroad (Valuation Section Oregon 6a), 1911-1912

 

SPED b-19 Oregon Eastern Railway: Klamath Falls to Kirk (Valuation Section CP Oregon 1), 1910-1911

 

SPED b-20 Oregon Eastern Railway: Natron to Oakridge (Valuation Section CP Oregon 2), 1910

 

SPED b-21 Sacramento Southern: Sacramento to Walnut Grove (Valuation Section CP California 11), 1906-1911

 

SPED b-22 Ogden and Lucin Railroad: Salt Lake Cut Off (Valuation Section CP Utah 1), 1902-1927

 

SPED b-23 Southern Pacific: Arizona, New Mexico State Line to New Mexico, Texas State Line (Valuation Section SP New Mexico 1), 1926

 

SPED b-24 Southern Pacific: Hillsboro to Tillamook (Valuation Section SP Oregon 7), 1915

 

SPED b-25 Southern Pacific: Lodi to Valley Springs (Valuation Section SP California 10), 1926

 

SPED b-26 Southern Pacific: Magunden to Arvin (Valuation Section SP California 7), 1923

 

SPED b-27 Southern Pacific: Richgrove to Jovista (Valuation Section SP California 60), 1923

 

SPED b-28 Flood and damages by storm in 1916 between Los Angeles and Yuma, Arizona

 

SPED b-29 Southern Pacific: Creosoting Plant at Wilmington, California (Valuation Section SP California 11), 1924

 

SPED b-30 Willamette Pacific: Eugene to Marshfield (Valuation Section SP Oregon 2), 1913-1917

 

SPED b-31 Method and equipment used to prepare ties for screw spikes on second track, Oreana to Rose Creek (Valuation Section CP Nevada 2), 1913

 

SPED b-32 Photographs by John Melhase on geology of New Mexico and Arizona

 

SPED b-33 Tunnel portals: Western Division and East Bay Electric Lines, 1927

 

SPED b-34 Tunnel portals: Coast Division, 1925

 

SPED b-35 Tunnel portals: Los Angeles Division, 1926

 

SPED b-36 Tunnel portals: Portland Division, 1926-1927

 

SPED b-37 Tunnel portals: Sacramento Division, 1925-1926

 

SPED b-38 Tunnel portals: San Joaquin Division, 1926-1927

 

SPED b-39 Tunnel portals: Shasta Division, 1925

 

SPED b-40 Tunnel portals: Salt Lake Division, 1925

 

SPED b-41 Tunnel portals: Tucson Division, 1925

 

SPED b-41 Tunnel portals: Tucson Division, 1925

 

SPED b-42 Tunnel portals: Rio Grande Division, 1925

 

SPED b-43 Northwestern Pacific: Willits to Shiveley, photographs taken after storm of December 31, 1913

 

SPED b-44 Photographs showing washouts, Sacramento Division, January-February 1909

 

SPED b-45 Southern Pacific: Arizona and California (Valuation Sections Arizona 1,2, 4 and California 9, 37, 49), 1926

 

SPED b-46 San Diego and Arizona, 1912/1926

 

SPED b-47 Turntables, oil and water flumes, water tanks, testing plants and coal chutes, California, Arizona, Nevada, 1925/1927

 

SPED b-48, b-49 Inter-California Railway, Calipatria to Sandra, California (Valuation Section California 4), 1924

 

SPED b-50 Southern Pacific, Santa Barbara to Burbank (Valuation Section 17), 1900/1904

 

SPED b-51 California Northeastern, Swanston, California to Klamath Falls, Oregon (Valuation Section SP California 18 and Oregon 1), 1908/1926

 

Bridge photographs

Physical Description: 4 Linear Feet12 volumes
Physical Location: Big Four Building (Drawing room - filing cabinets)

Scope and Contents

Bridge photographs are numbered from 1 to 1148 with some numbers having multiple parts (i.e. 1A, 1 B, etc.). Corporate names include: Southern Pacific Railroad Company Central Pacific Railroad Company Southern Pacific Company Oregon and California Rail Road Company South Pacific Coast Railway Company Beaverton and Willsburg Railroad Company Coast Line Railway Company Colusa and Hamilton Railway Company Hanford and Summit Lake Railway Company Inter-California Railway Company New Mexico and Arizona Railroad Company Peninsular Railway Company Porterville Northeastern Railway Company Foreign Lines El Paso and Southwestern Lines Burro Mountain Railroad Company Dawson Railway Company El Paso and Northeastern Railroad Company El Paso and Rock Island Railway Company El Paso and Southwestern Railroad Company El Paso and Southwestern Railroad Company of Texas Arizona and New Mexico Railway Company Arizona Eastern Lines Arizona Eastern Railroad Company Phoenix and Eastern Railroad Company
There is an index to the bridge photographs. For each bridge the index shows the page the division operating over the bridge, Valuation Section, the photograph number, whether on a main or branch line, name of river or creek, or town or city, bridge type, bridge number from the Bridge Inspection Book series, and the bridge number assigned by ICC field parties. Bridge numbers indicate the number of miles from San Francisco.
 

Chief Engineer William Hood's project correspondence 1905-1915

Physical Description: 4.33 Linear Feet13 archives boxes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.H4

Scope and Contents

As chief engineer, William Hood consulted on several construction projects. Four construction projects are represented in these files: Stone Canon Pacific Railroad Fallon Railway Nevada & California Railway Reconstruction of the Central Pacific line from Rocklin to Colfax, 1909-1915
Stone Canon Pacific Railroad was connected to the Southern Pacific in the Salinas Valley in San Luis Obispo County near Monterey in 1907.
Fallon Railway was built between Hazen and Fallon, Nevada. It was under construction in June 28, 1906 when it was purchased by the Nevada & California Railway and completed on January 10, 1907.
The Nevada & California Railway section between Mojave, California north to Owenyo was constructed between February 24, 1908 and October 22, 1910. The section between Hazen and Churchill, Nevada was constructed during April and September 1905.
There is also correspondence with contractors who wanted to be considered for construction projects, and correspondence about taxation of lines under construction.
In addition to correspondence, project files also include memos, notes, maps, and drawings.

Arrangement

Arranged by project file number.

Biography

William Hood (1846-1926) began working for the Central Pacific Railroad in 1869 during the construction of the transcontinental railroad. From 1872 to 1875, Hood was assistant engineer for the Central Pacific, then Chief Assistant Engineer from 1875 to 1883 for the Southern Pacific. In October 1883, William Hood became Chief Engineer for Southern Pacific. He was responsible for engineering feats such as the Tehachapi loop, the Lucin cut-off, and the causeway and trestle across the Great Salt Lake. He retired in May 1921 after 54 years of service to the company.
 

File 62: STONE CANON PACIFIC RAILROAD:

box 1, folder 1

Employment 1

box 1, folder 2

Transportation and trip passes 2

box 1, folder 3

Reports 3

box 1, folder 4

Progress profile; distribution of vouchers; hospital dues 4

box 1, folder 5

Time vouchers and payroll 5

box 1, folder 6

Expense vouchers 6

box 1, folder 7

Supplies 7

box 1, folder 8

Waybills; progress reports from H.M. Mitchell 8

box 1, folder 9

Vouchers; engine for construction work; reports 9

box 1, folder 10

Bills; mail, telegrams, and shipping directions 10

box 1, folder 11-13

Pile driving; trestles 11-13

box 1, folder 14

Hospital supplies; car of oil; plow steel; transportation 14

box 1, folder 15

Vouchers for payment; loaded cars at Watkins; error in shipment; surveys of Stone Canon Coal Mine branch, supplies; bills 15

box 1, folder 16

Accidents 16

box 1, folder 17

Map 17

box 1, folder 18

Accident reports; request for switch locks and keys 18

box 2, folder 1

Shortage of steel rail

box 2, folder 2

Commercial bills; map; adoption of map; contract work

box 2, folder 3

Claim for stock shipped by contractors

box 2, folder 4

Instruments

box 2, folder 5

Maps and profiles; sidings

box 2, folder 6

Progress reports

box 2, folder 7

Rail curving rolls project expenditures

box 2, folder 8

Sixteen hour law

box 2, folder 9

Provisions

box 2, folder 10

Curving rail; bid for fencing

box 2, box 11

Train crew; inspection of piles

box 2, folder 12

Landslide; electric bells at railroad crossings; channel changes; county road changes, 182-221

box 2, folder 13

County road changes

box 2, folder 14

File 63: Construction of Bay Shore Line, Ready Rock Roofing

box 2, folder 15

File 64: Los Alamitos Line, Benedict to Smeltzer, station distances

box 2

File 65: FALLON RAILWAY:

box 2, folder 16-18

Folders 16-18 Water analysis, well at Hazen

box 2, folder 19

Flour purchased at Reno

box 2, folder 20

Mainline track laid at Fallon

box 3, folder 1-4

Progress reports

box 3, folder 5-6

Fuel reports

box 3, folder 7

Accident reports

box 3, folder 8

Right of way disputes

box 3, folder 9-10

Bridges

box 4, folder 1

Progress profile

box 4, folder 2

Churchill County Telephone and Telegraph Company

box 4, folder 3

Telegraph line construction

box 4, folder 4

Ballasting

box 4, folder 5

Openings

box 4, folder 6

Notes of location; meeting of the Fallon Railway; blueprints for profile

box 4, folder 7

Proposed line change, Hazen to Fallon line

box 4, folder 8

Freight handled; tracings

box 4, folder 9-11

Grading (Corey Brothers Construction Company)

box 4, folder 12

Disposition of material; filing of map with Secretary of the Interior; car and tonnage reports

box 4, folder 13

Gasoline drums; telephone and telegraph; derailers; car service due from Corey Brothers; progress

box 4, folder 14

Siding; blue print of U.S. Government buildings; Fallon depot

box 4, folder 15

Buildings at Fallon

box 4, folder 16

Mail service; profile; maximum grade of line; bills covering emergency services

box 4, folder 17

Crossing U.S. Government canals; progress; car loaded; outfit car for John Worthington

box 4, folder 18

Telegraph services

box 4, folder 19

Depot at Fallon

box 4, folder 20

Trestle between crossing of Carson River and Government Canal; car shipment

box 4, folder 21

Car shipment; bunk car; emergency purchases; plans of latrines for water closets

box 4, folder 22

Provisions; cesspool ordinance; disposition of scrap

box 4, folder 23

Ballasting; mileage authorized for Fallon Railway; print of town of Fallon; emergency services

box 4, folder 24

Removal of office from Reno; outfit cars; falsework left over; gravel used at Fallon; drum for donkey engines; gravel

box 4, folder 25

SP Contractors

box 4, folder 26

Pile butts; ties; sale of old ties; pile driver

box 5, folder 1

Field books; spur track; government employees' services; monthly reports

box 5, folder 2

Cement and rails; cleaning toilets at Fallon; Fallon station plan

box 5, folder 3

Rendition of payrolls; Engineering Department invoice; right of way at Fallon; masonry culverts; masonry books

box 5, folder 4

Sale of old ties and timber; expense voucher for Dan Griffin; bill of Hamilton & Baker

box 5, folder 5

Right of way agent; employee agent; right of way condition

box 5

CONTRACTORS LIST:

box 5, folder 6-8

File 67 Fencing

box 5, folder 9-11

File 68 Contracts; painting depots; commissary supplies; 23 mile Railroad; Colusa & Hamilton Railroad near Yuma

box 5, folder 12

File 69 Sale of iron; Central Pacific reconstruction contracts

box 5

File 70 Contracts

box 5, folder 13

Contracts for culverts and bridges

box 5, folder 14

Contractors

box 5, folder 15

Teaming outfits; grading; copies of vouchers; well at Hazen

box 5, folder 16

Oregon-Western Railway; renting horses and mules

box 5, folder 17-18

Interest in bids for San Ramon branch

box 5, folder 19

Fence material; applications for contract work

box 5, folder 20

Ballast contractors

box 5, folder 21

Contractors; Oregon-Western Railway, drain west, teams

box 5, folder 22

Steam shovels; contractors; grading contractors

box 5, folder 23

Contractors; bridge over Octavia River

box 5, folder 24

Gas plants

box 5, folder 25

Ice plants

box 5, folder 26

Stock; steam shovels; grading Contractors

box 5, folder 27-28

Grading contractors

box 5, folder 29

Bridge work

box 5, folder 30

Consignment of cars; double-tracking from San Jose to Del Monte; grading

box 6, folder 1

Construction Sacramento Southern Railroad

box 6, folder 2

Fallon Railway material car

box 6, folder 3

Pile driver timbers for John McCarthy; outfit; John Worthington

box 6, folder 4

Grading contracts

box 6, folder 5

Bids on construction and tunnels; plastering depot at Santa Monica

box 6, folder 6

Grading contracts

box 6, folder 7

Sierra Nevada tunnel; Guaymas, Guadalajara; Mojave to Keeler

box 6, folder 8

Contract work North of Klamath Falls

box 6, folder 9

Employment of stock; bridge erection; "S" line change at Palisade, bill for lime

box 6, folder 10

Bills collectible, E.B. & A.L. Stone Company

box 6, folder 11

Second track work and grading

box 6, folder 12

Grade work; levee work at Sacramento; contracting painters; California Northeastern Railway

box 6, folder 13

Roundhouses; grading contracts; locomotives

box 6, folder 14

Oregon Eastern Railway; grading contracts

box 6, folder 15

Contractors

box 6, folder 16

Modoc Northern Railway; contract work; Chadwick & Sykes; W.D. Boyce Engineering; W.H. Mason

box 6, folder 17

Mules; Erickson & Petterson; Ludwig-Kawin Company; W.M. Hauser, grading contracts

box 6, folder 18

J.H. Flick Construction Company; contractors; grading contracts; address of contractors

box 6, folder 19

Reconstruction, Rocklin to Colfax; well drilling; grading contract

box 6, folder 20

Lorimer & Gallagher; Wm. C. Baxter; grading work; Erickson & Petterson; California Reclamation Company

box 6, folder 21

Concrete work; construction work; grading

box 6, folder 22

Erickson & Petterson; Oregon Eastern Railway Matron Western; Bement Concrete & Manufacturing Company; concrete work

box 6, folder 23

Oregon Eastern Railway, grading work; contractors

box 6, folder 24

Utah Construction Company; contractors

box 6, folder 25

Contractors

box 6, folder 26

Contractors; steel bridges

box 6, folder 27

Fence building; concrete; John Worthington

box 6, folder 28

Contract work

box 6, folder 29

Contract work

box 6, folder 30

Oregon & Eastern; contractors

box 6, folder 31-32

Contract work

box 7

File 142 NEVADA & CALIFORNIA RAILWAY: MOJAVE NORTH

box 7, folder 1

Account requisition

box 7, folder 2

Commercial freight; accident report; sketch of sidings

box 7, folder 3

Bills; shipment of force pump and hose; right of way

box 7, folder 4

Track; ballast; land in vicinity of Olancha; bills; hospital treatment

box 7, folder 5

Release of estimate of W.O. Sanford; bills; employment application; spur tracks

box 7, folder 6

Brown townsite; bills payable, Swift and Company; notes postable; abuse of transportation privileges; construction

box 7, folder 7

Freight rates, tariffs

box 7, folder 8

Operation to Olancha; passenger tariffs

box 7, folder 9

Owenyo sidings; profile

box 7, folder 10

Maintenance of track

box 7, folder 11

Celebration of the completion of the Nevada & California Railway; oil drums; hospital services; movement of contractors' materials

box 8, folder 1

Construction: donkey engine; transportation

box 8, folder 2

Right of way deeds; Lone Pine station

box 8, folder 3

Water supply, Lone Pine

box 8, folder 4

Release of outfit cars; surveys; bills payable; material for Lone Pine Depot

box 8, folder 5

Shipment of Contractors' stock; accident reports; surplus materials; track foreman Dan McChern

box 8, folder 6

Assignment, S.R. Clark; release of outfit cars; wyes and sidings; release of engineering party

box 8, folder 7

Track materials, various locations

box 8, folder 8

Moving of headquarters camp to Lone Pine; disposition of stock and horses; accident reports

box 8, folder 9

El Paso Pass tunnel; shipment of Dow pump, boiler and fittings; employment

box 8, folder 10

Right of way from Mojave to Owenyo; hospital box; transfer platform at Owenyo; emergency purchase, hay; location of operated lines

box 8, folder 11

Painting contract, Owens River bridge; list of personal property for assessment purposes; status of work

box 8, folder 12

Bills; stationery; profile; painting outfit

box 8, folder 13

Mojave to Owenyo, shipments; freight shipment to Owenyo

box 8, folder 14

Mojave to Owenyo: department bills; material on hand

box 9, folder 1

Track material: 2nd hand ties; piles on hand; trestles and culverts; lumber

box 9, folder 2

Mojave to Keeler: Material on hand

box 9, folder 3

Mojave to Keeler: Material on hand; order for supplies

box 9, folder 4

Progress; station at Searles; profles

box 9, folder 5

Construction materials; map to California-Nevada state line; right of way maps, Keeler to Benton; Alvord station; profile, Mojave to Owenyo; Keeler to Tonopah Junction, equipment returned

box 9, folder 6

Mojave to Owenyo, log of Wells; Mojave to Keeler; bill for timber

box 9, folder 7-10

Wooley property dispute

box 9, folder 11

Los Angeles aquaduct

box 10

File 159: RECONSTRUCTION OF THE CENTRAL PACIFIC LINE FROM ROCKLIN TO COLFAX, 1909-1915:

box 10, folder 1

Order for sephamores; requisition for materials

box 10, folder 2-4

Contractors' grade crossings, signals for temporary crossings

box 10, folder 5-7

Signals

box 10, folder 8

Bills of the Utah Construction Company

box 10, folder 9

Contractors' road crossings

box 10, folder 10

Erickson & Petterson

box 10, folder 11

Bowman's contractors' grade crossings

box 10, folder 12

Delay of message from William Hood to W.E. Marsh

box 10, folder 13

Tunnel No. 4

box 10, folder 14

Teamsters and laborers

box 10, folder 15

Boarding

box 10, folder 16

Tunnels

box 10, folder 17

Tunnels; bills; damage claim

box 11, folder 1

Bills collectible; weekly reports

box 11, folder 2

Bills payable

box 11, folder 3

Segregation of payroll

box 11, folder 4

Outfit cars; track gang; injury claim; fuel oil; bills

box 11, folder 5

Expense voucher; delay in shipments

box 11, folder 6

Lumber; retaining wall

box 11, folder 7

Claim of M.D. Henry for damages

box 11, folder 8

Tracings

box 11, folder 9

Boulder Ridge County Road change

box 11, folder 10

Dutch Ravine County Road; right of way

box 11, folder 11

Property lines at Newcastle

box 11, folder 12

Free rates of household goods

box 11, folder 13-16

Crusher plant near Bowman; ballast plant

box 12

File 159.241: TAXATION OF LINES UNDER CONSTRUCTION:

box 12, folder 1

Colusa & Hamilton Railroad

box 12, folder 2-3

Fernley to Lassen branch

box 12, folder 4-5

Central Pacific Railway, reconstruction Rocklin to Colfax

box 12, folder 6

Oregon

box 12

File 159: RECONSTRUCTION OF ROCKLIN TO COLFAX:

box 12, folder 7

Right of way and property lines

box 12, folder 8-13

Track material

box 13, folder 1

Cement wasted

box 13, folder 2

Right of way dispute

box 13, folder 3

Timber; crushed rock; grading

box 13, folder 4

Voucher for W.E. Marsh covering his board and lodging; tunnel 12; shipment of shovel

box 13, folder 5

Removal of equipment

box 13, folder 6

Right of way

box 13, folder 7

Proposed leases

box 13, folder 8

Transportation of automobile

box 13, folder 9

Poll tax; credit memo

box 13, folder 10

Boiler maker; transportation of hydraulic jacks; property of the Allen Estate at Bowman

box 13, folder 11-13

Bills of the Pacific Telegraph & Telephone Company

box 13, folder 14

Ties; instruments to be repaired; coal for contractors

box 13, folder 15

Bills payable; right of way deeds; audit bills; claim for refund

box 13, folder 16

Claim of W.B. Hotchkiss for alleged diversion of water near Applegate

box 13, folder 17

Transportation; claim of Mrs. A. Glud; applications of saloon licenses; plumb bobs; hand levels

box 13, folder 18

Lease of pipe line

box 13, folder 19-25

Automobiles

box 13, folder 26

R.A. Nichol

box 13, folder 27

Guard railing in tunnels

box 14

Chief Engineer William Hood personal file index circa 1903-1942

Physical Description: .333 Linear Feet3 archives boxes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.H4

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of W.W. Hollingsworth), 1999

Scope and Contents

Carbon copies of typescript indexes to William Hood's personal files, both card and project. The original files are assumed to have been developed during his tenure as chief engineer for Southern Pacific Company. These files appear to have been accessed or added to by other Southern Pacific Company employees after Hood's retirement. The California State Railroad Museum Library does NOT have these files.
The card index includes file number and brief description of the contents of the files. The project index includes file number, map number, and brief summary of the contents of William Hood's project files. There is also a table, which, for each part of the line completed, may show the number of miles, date of contract, date grading commenced, date track was completed, date track was turned over for operation, date track turned over for maintenance, and the completion date provided to the Interstate Commerce Commission.
box 15

Record of expenditures for permanent improvements and repair authorized by work orders 1906-1911

Physical Description: .33 Linear Feet1 archives box
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.F8

Scope and Contents

Arranged by work order (Nos. 122-1599). Pre-printed form (Form 3001), issued from the Office of the Chief Engineer, Lines east of Sparks, may show the following information: work order number, description, estimated cost (total, operating expenses, betterments, additions), expenditures (date, audit number, operating expenses, betterments, additions). These last three categories are broken down by account number, costs for labor and material, total, and grand total.
box 16-25

Record of station changes 1910s-1960s

Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.G2

Scope and Contents

Coverage: Southern Pacific (system wide), Fresno Interurban, Holten Interurban, Inter-California, Nacozari, Northwestern Pacific, Petaluma & Santa Rosa, Portland Traction, Sunset Subject: Stations, form number 1148, 8137 Information recorded: Number and name of station, Division, milepost, elevation, facilities, changes, authorization of change, with effective date, abandonments, with date.

Arrangement

Alphabetical by corporate name, then geographical by name of city.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of Southern Pacific, Brannan Street Warehouse, San Francisco, 1987
box 17-18

Station changes circa 1909 - circa 1959

Physical Description: .50 Linear Feet2 shoe boxes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.H4

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of Southern Pacific, 16th Street Station

Scope and Contents

Western Division stations Subject: Changes to stations Information on form tem 2303 records: Date, date completed, description of project, name of engineer, Book / page [source not identified], GMO number, and Division file (?) number.
box 19

Eastern lines station 1967

Physical Description: .17 Linear Feet1 shoe box
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.H4

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific, 16th Street Station

Arrangement

Alphabetical by city.

Scope and Contents

Information about Eastern Lines station information includes: station number, location, Division, Branch, milepost, and class.
 

Snowshed records 1946-1976

Physical Description: 1.14 Linear Feet4 archives boxes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.F5

Scope and Contents

Charts and drawings showing location of snowsheds along the line. Includes milepost numbers, survey notes, maintenance dates, and references to GMOs and drawing numbers.
box 20, folder 1

Snow sheds of the Central Pacific Railway across the Sierra Nevada. 19 pages. Includes historical information about snow sheds, snow slides, and fires. Also includes drawings, statistics, and profiles. D. L. Joslyn copy.

box 20, folder 2-20

Snowshed charts. Sacramento Division. Emigrant Gap to Andover: July 1946 - 1963

box 20, folder 21

Snowshed charts. Sacramento Division. Shasta Division. Portland Division. January 1, 1961

box 20, folder 22-26

Snowshed charts. Sacramento Division. Oregon Division, Jan. 1, 1966- Jan. 1, 1976

 

Snowshed inspection reports. Sacramento Division:

box 21

1949; 1953; 1955

box 22

1956; 1957; 1958; 1959

box 23

1960; 1968

 

Suisun Bay Bridge Project records 1929-1930

Physical Description: 3 Linear Feet9 archives boxes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center map cases 5006, 5025, 5028 Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.E5, Boxes 1-3; I2.300.F4, Boxes 4-7; I2.300.I4, Boxes 8,9

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific Transportation Company, San Francisco (Brannan Street), 1998

Scope and Contents

This material consists of black and white photographs, negatives, drawings and selected reports. For more information on the construction of the bridge, see John W. Snyder, "The Southern Pacific Builds a Bridge...The Saga of the Martinez-Benicia Bridge, RAILROAD HISTORY, No. 161 (Autumn 1989), pp. 66-93.
box 24-25

An incomplete set of prints documenting the construction of the bridge. Photographs are arranged by number in two albums marked "Suisun Bay Bridge photographs. W. H. Kirkbride" and numbered No. 2, dated August 1929 - January 1930 (Negatives Nos. 200-400) and No. 4, dated May 1930 - October 1930 (Negatives Nos. 601-799). Photographs are captioned and there is an index to the album.

box 26

Southern Pacific Company (Pacific Lines). Double track railroad bridge over Suisun Bay near Martinez, Contra Costa County, California. Specifications for superstructure. Part II. Design and construction of steel superstructure for viaducts. Part III. Steel superstructure and operating equipment for vertical lift span. Part IV. Erection of steel superstructure and machinery for fixed and lift spans and viaducts. Index to drawings: One small notebook arranged by subject or location. To locate drawings for the Suisun Bay Bridge Project, search the Library's online catalog of Southern Pacific drawings using the term "Suisun Bay Bridge Drawing" in the Drawing Number field. These drawings are filed in West Sacramento (Shore Street) in Map Case Drawers 5006, 5025, 5026 and 5028.

box 26

Southern Pacific Company (Pacific Lines). Double track railroad bridge over Suisun Bay near Martinez, Contra Costa County, California. Specifications for superstructure. Part II. Design and construction of steel superstructure for viaducts. Part III. Steel superstructure and operating equipment for vertical lift span. Part IV. Erection of steel superstructure and machinery for fixed and lift spans and viaducts. Index to drawings: One small notebook arranged by subject or location. To locate drawings for the Suisun Bay Bridge Project, search the Library's online catalog of Southern Pacific drawings using the term "Suisun Bay Bridge Drawing" in the Drawing Number field. These drawings are filed in West Sacramento (Shore Street) in Map Case Drawers 5006, 5025, 5026 and 5028.

box 27-32

Negatives (Nos. 1-885, with a few gaps and a few duplicates) documenting construction. Although the photographic print collection is incomplete, the negative collection appears to be fairly complete.

box 33

Form M 101 Completion of buildings report, 1888-1890

Physical Description: .14 Linear Feet1 half-box
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.G

Scope and Contents

Forms which document the completion date of various buildings and structures (1888-1890). Form is signed by the Foreman, Building and Bridges. Forms are arranged by site where form was prepared, but the site of completed structures may be elsewhere. Ager California and Oregon Divisions, Shasta Division Carlin (Truckee Division, Humboldt Division, Salt Lake Division) Hornbrook Los Angeles (Yuma Division, San Diego Division, Los Angeles Division, Los Angeles and Ventura Division) Merced (Los Angeles, Visalia between Goshen and Bakersfield) Porterville (Stockton and Tulare Railroad) Sacramento (Sacrameto Division, Truckee Division) Shasta and Oregon Divisions South Vallejo (California Pacific & Northern Railway) Stockton Stockton and Tulare Railroad Tucson Between Vallejo Junction and San Jose Yosemite to Goshen and Visalia
box 34-35

Form 3087 Description of water stations

Physical Description: .57 Linear Feet2 archives boxes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.J9

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by geographic location.

Scope and Contents

Covers Coverage: Coast Division water facilities: Aptos, Boulder Creek, Bradley, Campbell, Casmalia, Concepcion, Coyote, Davenport, Del Monte Junction, Edna, Felton, Gaviota, Gilroy, Goleta, Guadalupe, Hollister, Jalama, King City, Lick, Lompoc Junction, Los Gatos, Mayfield, Menlo Park, Naples, Oceano, Pacific Grove, Paso Robles, Salinas, San Francisco, San Jose, San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, San Miguel, Santa Cruz, Santa Margarita, Seals, Serrrano, Soledad, Surf, Tank Siding, Watsonville Junction, and Wright. Information recorded include: Source of water supply, wells, reservoirs, pipe lines, meters, tanks, stand pipes, pump houses, lime houses, water softeners, windmills, windmill pumps, power pumps, steam pumps, motors, gasoline engines, boilers, feedwater heaters, pump pit, gasoline tank pit. May also include site maps.
box 36-38

Form number 3593 Ledger value index [Stations], 1910s to 1930s

Physical Description: .75 Linear Feet3 shoe boxes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.H4, I2.300.H5

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific, Oriental Warehouse, San Francisco, 1987

Arrangement

Alphabetical by station for sites beginning with the letters A-C, F-K and T-Z.

Scope and Contents

Includes Southern Pacific "Pacific Lines" stations [alterations to structures, trackage, machinery and other changes to physical plant). Information includes station name, milepost, additions and betterments (structure/item) with milepost and engineering station, date of addition/betterment, and the Ledger value number.
box 39-43

Form number 3593 Ledger value index [structures, equipment], 1910s-1930s

Physical Description: 1.25 Linear Feet5 shoe boxes
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.I5

Scope and Contents

Information recorded: Structure, milepost, engineering station, date, ledger value number.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Southern Pacific, Oriental Warehouse, San Francisco, 1987
box 44

Shasta Dam, Redding to Delta relocation, inspection trip records

Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.H8

Scope and Contents

One volume of 30 photographs (H.C. Miller, photographer) and field notes taken on inspection trip, October 9 to 18, 1944. Interstate Commerce Commission Representative: H.C. Miller; Southern Pacific Company Representative: G.T. Morris. GMO 32210.
 

Subseries 2. Maintenance of way

box 45, folder 1-2

Office of engineer maintenance of way and structures (engineering and maintenance) index to general letters in effect

Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.J4

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of Carl Bradley (387-1529), 2001

Scope and Contents

The Office of Engineer Maintenance of Way and Structures (also known as Engineering and Maintenance) issued general instructions relating to policies and practice for maintenance of way and structures. Topics include instructions on the use of speed signs, track construction across public roads, fire prevention, speeds of engines, and the use of liquid petroleum gases.
 

Line changes and detours, 1917-1979 1

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of Dave Henry(387-1730), 2004

Scope and Contents

A shoofly is a temporary stretch of track that takes trains around construction or an accident scene. A detour is an alternate route used temporarily while the primary route is blocked. Southern Pacific created shoofly and detour maps for each Division to be used when floods, earthquakes, or accidents destroyed tracks or tunnels.
 

Southern Pacific: Possible shooflys around tunnels in event of damage to tunnels Earl E. Mayo Book, 1946

box 46, folder 1

Coast Division

box 46, folder 2

Los Angeles Division

box 46, folder 3

Portland Division

box 46, folder 4

Rio Grande Division

box 46, folder 5

Sacramento Division

box 46, folder 6

Salt Lake Division

box 46, folder 7-8

San Joaquin Division

box 46, folder 9

Shasta Division

box 46, folder 10

Tucson Division

box 46, folder 11

Western Division

 

Office copy book, 1951

box 47, folder 1

Coast Division

box 47, folder 2

Los Angeles Division

box 47, folder 3

Portland Division

box 47, folder 4

Rio Grande Division

box 47, folder 5

Sacramento Division

box 47, folder 6

Salt Lake Division

box 47, folder 7

San Joaquin Division

box 47, folder 8

Shasta Division

box 47, folder 9

Tucson Division

box 47, folder 10

Western Division

box 47, folder 11

Map showing possible detour movements over the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway, October 1937, revised to September 1950 (CE 14811 / 3)

box 47, folder 12

Map of line change study, Bakersfield to Los Angeles, April 1949, revised October 27, 1954 (CE 19543)

box 47, folder 13

Report on electrification of main line, between Bakersfield - Mojave line, December 1917

box 47, folder 14

Construction records for Interstate Commmerce Commission tentative valuation hearing, 1927

box 48-49

Statistical statements, 1895-1919

Physical Description: .67 Linear Feet2 volumes

Scope and Contents

Photocopies of annual statistical summaries of Maintenance of Way activities for the fiscal year. May include breakdown by railroad as well as by topic. Both fiscal and quantitative information is provided in tabular form.
 

Applications for lease, license, or easement, Sacramento Division, 1969-1979

Physical Description: .17 Linear Feet1 half box

Scope and Contents

These forms are often accompanied by correspondence, telegrams, maps or drawings of improvement. Requests to install fences, pipes, tracks, pavements, power lines, underground crossings and cable on SP-owned land were received by the Assistant Division Engineer for the Sacramento Division from Sacramento Municipal Utility District, Pacific Telephone & Telegraph Company, the City of Sacramento, individuals and companies wanting to lease land and easements for business use.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by location.
box 50, folder 1

Placerville, 1969-1978

box 50, folder 2

Planehaven, 1970-1977

box 50, folder 3

Roseville, 1979

box 50, folder 4-8

Sacramento, 1970-1979

box 50, folder 5

Swanston, 1970-1977

box 50, folder 6

West Sacramento, 1974-1975

box 51-54

Roadway and structures inventories, 1890-1910

Physical Description: 2.67 Linear Feet8 volumes
Physical Description: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.E8 Boxes 1,2; I2.300.E9, Boxes 3, 4

Scope and Contents

3. Roadway and Structures Inventories, 1890-1910. 8 volumes. These registers contain information about additions and betterments to the Southern Pacific's physical plant. Each volume covers a separate division and is arranged by the type of project. Categories include: sidings and spurs, new construction main line, right of way and station grounds, railway terminal grounds, real estate, grading, tunnels, combination Howe truss bridges, open culverts, pile frame, steel stringers, steel bridges and viaducts, pipe, box and timber culverts, rail top, masonry arch and box culverts, ballast, roadway tools, fencing right of way, crossings and signs, interlocking and other signal apparatus, telegraph and telephone lines, station buildings and fixtures, general office buildings and fixtures, shops, engine houses and turntables, shops, engine houses and turntables (trans [sic] & turn), shop machinery and tools, shop machinery and tools (foundation), water stations, fuel stations, grain elevator, storage warehouse, docks and wharves, electric light plants, electric power plants, electric power transmission, gas plants, miscellaneous structures, steam locomotives, passenger train cars, freight train cars, work equipment (company service), floating equipment. Each entry may provide an authorization number, date, location, brief description of the project, costs in labor, operation and materials, and money appropriated. One volume for each of the following divisions: Coast Division (RT 0238) Los Angeles Division (RT 0235) Sacramento Division (RT 0233) San Joaquin Division (RT 0231) Shasta Division (RT 0232) Southern Pacific Lines in Oregon / Portland (RT 0236) Tucson Division (RT 0234) Western Division (RT 0237)

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of Southern Pacific Transportation Company, San Francisco, Brannan Street, 1993
 

Roadway completion reports, Sacramento and Salt Lake Divisions, 1927-1954 (form 8838)

Physical Description: 2 Linear Feet4 oversize boxes

Scope and Contents

The Engineering Department used these forms to accurately compile and record the cost of labor, material and equipment employed in the construction and retirement of track and roadway structures used by Southern Pacific and Central Pacific. This form was then forwarded to the railroad's Valuation Department. Information on the Roadway Completion Reports usually includes: identification of the corporate and operating entities, the entity that performed the work, the completion report number, the authority for expenditure (AFE) number, the location of the project (the state, valuation section, station, milepost, and Division), the date the work began, the date the project was completed and turned over to operation, a description of the project, cost borne by, or participated in by, property units added; the aggregate of their costs in place; cost of effecting property retirements, description of property and constituent parts, and property and costs retired. All costs were assigned to the appropriate ICC account number so that accurate reports could be made to the ICC and state agencies. Report may be signed by the Division Engineer. This form may have been prepared in the division engineer's office by a Traveling Engineering Accountant (or by a stenographer from notes made by the Traveling Engineering Accountant). Traveling Engineering Accountants traveled to project locations at intervals to audit the cost of labor, materials and equipment used in the work. Large projects would have permanently assigned TEAs.
Projects include: upgrading or abandoning sidings and spurs, right of way and station grounds, railway terminal grounds; purchasing or selling real estate; fixing grading, tunnels, bridges, culverts, fencing right of way, crossings and signs; installing interlocking and other signal apparatus, telegraph and telephone lines; constructing station buildings and fixtures, general office buildings and fixtures, shops, engine houses, turntables, shops, storage warehouses, and other buildings; and purchasing right of way material.
The 1953 Roseville retainer yard file contains a Roadway Completion Report of over 100 pages pertaining to the modernization of the Roseville yard to include a car retarder-operated classification yard which involved the construction of new buildings, additional main and yard tracks, and retiring existing tracks, buildings and facilities.
The 1953 reports sometimes include maps or drawings and form CS 9746, "Reconciliation between amount reported on form 8912 and on form 8837."
The Salt Lake Division roadway report projects pertain to relay rail, land easement, and placing of rubble wall. Most of the Salt Lake completion reports are not numbered.

Arrangement

Reports are numbered sequentially by the year the project was completed.
 

Sacramento Division

box 55, folder 1

38-1 to 38-64, 1938

box 55, folder 2

38-65 to 38-536, 1938

box 55, folder 3

38-537 to 38-536, 1938

box 55, folder 4

38-582 to 38-644, 1938

box 56, folder 1

40-1 to 40-79, 1940

box 56, folder 2

40-79 to 40-134

box 56, folder 3

40-501 to 40-548, 1940

box 56, folder 4

40-549 to 40-614, 1940

box 57, folder 1

40-615 to 40-653, 1940

box 57, folder 2

40-654 to 40-715, 1940

box 57, folder 3

41-501 to 41-574, 1941

box 57, folder 4

41-575 to 41-645, 1941

box 58, folder 1

53-55, plus supplements, Roseville retainer yard, 1953

box 58, folder 2

63-1 to 63-511, 1953

 

Salt Lake Division

box 58, folder 3

1927-1954

 

Snowfighting records, 1936-1952

Physical Description: .33 Linear Feet1 archives box

Scope and Contents

The Southern Pacific snow fighting papers consist largely of typewritten manuscripts for articles on the railroad's snow removal efforts in the Sierra Nevada and Cascade Mountains. These manuscripts were prepared initially in 1936, and were revised in 1952. The collection contains copies of the original drafts, revisions, and correspondence concerning publication. Also in the collection are weather forecasts, snowfall records, and equipment movement reports for January 1952, as well as accounts of the rescue of the snowbound train "City of San Francisco." For more information about the stranded streamliner, see Robert J. Church, SNOWBOUND STREAMLINER: RESCUING THE 1952 CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO, Wilton, California: Signature Press, 2000.
box 59, folder 1

Untitled typewritten manuscript (5 pages) on snow fighting in the Sierra Nevada, with accompanying correspondence regarding its publication, 1936.

box 59, folder 2

Typewritten manuscript (5 pages) entitled "Snow Fighting in the Cascade Mountains in Oregon," 1936.

box 59, folder 3

Typewritten manuscript (8 pages) entitled "Snow Fighting on the Southern Pacific in the Sierra Nevada Mountains," with corrections and accompanying correspondence regarding publication.

box 59, folder 4

Handwritten and typewritten manuscripts ( 5 copies) entitled "Snowfall in the Sierra Nevada Mountains." Manuscripts contain historical snowfall data as well as information on weather in the Sierra Nevada in 1952. One copy contains additional statistical appendixes regarding snow conditions in the Sierra in 1952.

box 59, folder 5

Handwritten notes and a typewritten table indicating train movements in the Sierra Nevada in January 1952 (2 copies).

box 59, folder 6

Typewritten statements of W. W. Jaekle, assistant engineer of maintenance of way; C. E. Neal, general track supervisor; F. M. Misch, general buildings and bridges supervisor; and W. L. Harjes, assistant road foreman of engines, regarding the rescue of the stranded train "City of San Francisco," in January 1952, with a statement of appreciation by C. E. Neal for work done during this incident.

box 59, folder 7

Ephemera: SOUTHERN PACIFIC BULLETIN, February 1936, dealing with snow fighting; map of the Southern Pacific's snowsheds in the Sierra Nevada; employee timetable and elevations for the Southern Pacific Mountain Subdivision dated September 1951; miscellaneous notes.

box 59, folder 8

Sacramento Division projects, 1970-1979

Physical Description: .03 Linear Feet1 folder
box 59, folder 9-10

Correspondence files, 1919-1920

Physical Description: .06 Linear Feet2 folders

Scope and Contents

Revisions of condensed profile sheets (MWD 950) for Maintenance of Way Department Statistics with Superintendents submitted to Assistant Engineer, Maintenance of Way W.M. Jaekle.
 

Line changes and manganese steel rail, 1926-1946

Physical Description: .50 Linear Feet1 archive box + 1 half box
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.F8

Scope and Contents

Line change material includes forms 3799, 2100, and 4400 and supporting documentation such as drawings, sketches and calculations. Changes reported on MWD 2100 were carried over to MWD 3700 at intervals. MWD 3700 was the master track mileage record kept for each division by the Maintenance of Way Department. This record was the basis for both right of way and Valuation maps. MWD form 4400 is a detail form used to support master form 3700.
Manganese steel rails reports were submitted annually by Division Engineers to Walter H. Kirkbride showing the difference between the wear of a section of carbon steel rail with high manganese rail. Walter Harold Kirkbride was the Engineer, Maintenance of Way and Structures from 1920-1935 and the Chief Engineer of the Southern Pacific Company from 1935 to 1944. These folders include: drawings of rail cross-sections, reports, and memos from Walter H. Kirkbride to Division Engineers about late reports and discrepancies in the data.
box 60, folder 1

Adjustment to 1st and 2nd main track mileages near Araz, CA (near Yuma) to correctly report track mileage for operating and valuation purposes, 1930-1931

box 60, folder 2

Adjustment to main track mileage between Araz, CA and Yuma, AZ [Due to complex line change and construction of new second main track. New double main line opened to traffic June 27, 1928. Includes gauntlet tracks over new Colorado River Bridge at Yuma], 1926-1928

box 60, folder 3

Historical record of high manganese rail program, 1930-1945, 1946

box 60, folder 4

Manganese rail specification sheets issued by Manganese Steel Rail Company, 1929-1931

box 60, folder 5-8

San Joaquin Division Engineer's reports on a test installation at Walong MP, rail laid August 12, 1926, 1927-1938

 

Division test section periodic reports

box 60, folder 9-13

1930-1935

box 61, folder 1-3

1934-1938

box 61, folder 4

Tehachapi Mountains, 1931-1933

box 62, folder 1

Capital account budget, 1982-1987

Physical Description: .33 Linear Feet1 archives box

Scope and Contents

Capital budget documents, both final and working papers, for maintenance of way projects. Includes information relating to rail, ties, culverts, bridges, grade separations, tunnel work, structures and signals.
box 62, folder 2

Tunnel inspection reports. Sacramento Division, 1953

Physical Description: .03 Linear Feet1 folder
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.E5
 

Work orders for betterment, renewal, and repair work: Salt Lake Division 11

box 63, folder 1

CE 122 Lucin Cut-off, ballast

box 63, folder 2

CE 181 Salt Lake Division, bridge maintenance

box 63, folder 3

CE 215 Salt Lake Division, bridge maintenance

box 63, folder 4

CE 262 Little Mountain, spur track

box 63, folder 5

CE 278 Montello, pipeline

box 63, folder 6

CE 279 Little Mountain, spur track

box 63, folder 7

CE 285 Carlin, new roundhouse

box 63, folder 8

CE 294 Midlake, speed recorder

box 63, folder 9

CE 322 Mina, truck scales

box 63, folder 10

CE 324 Sparks, truck scale

box 63, folder 11

CE 328 Ogden, machine shop

box 63, folder 12

CE 330 Mina, roundhouse

box 63, folder 13

CE 333 Basalt, pipeline

box 63, folder 14

CE 334 Ogden, cross-over

box 63, folder 15

CE 336 Sodaville, spur track

box 63, folder 16

CE 344 Salt Lake Division, spare crane

box 63, folder 17

CE 345 Salt Lake Division, distant signals

box 63, folder 18

CE 346 Derby, spur track

box 63, folder 19

CE 352 Salt Lake Division, fences

box 63, folder 20

CE 354 Hazen, coal hoist

box 63, folder 21

CE 359 Ogden, spur track

box 63, folder 22

CE 362 Salt Lake Division, cross ties

box 63, folder 23

CE 365 Salt Lake Division, automatic signals

box 63, folder 24

CE 366 Battle Mountain, tank valves

box 63, folder 25

CE 379 Cobre, pipeline

box 63, folder 26

CE 383 Promontory Branch, cross ties

box 63, folder 27

CE 384 Wells, pipeline

box 63, folder 28

CE 386 Salt Lake Division, switch ties

box 63, folder 29

CE 389 Hazen-Keeler, deck and gravel bridges

box 63, folder 30

CE 390 Hazen-Keeler, cattle guards

box 63, folder 31

CE 393 Numana, bridge

box 63, folder 32

CE 395 Black Canyon, bridge

box 63, folder 33

CE 396 Alvord, bridge

box 63, folder 34

CE 397 Elna, bridge

box 63, folder 35

CE 398 Mt. Whitney, bridge

box 63, folder 36

CE 399 Sparks, air compressor

box 63, folder 37

CE 400 Ogden, air compressor

box 63, folder 38

CE 401 Ogden, turntable

box 63, folder 39

CE 402 Salt Lake Division, bridge maintenance

box 63, folder 40

CE 403 Promontory Branch, bridge maintenance

box 63, folder 41

CE 404 Wadsworth, culvert

box 63, folder 42

CE 405 Hazen-Keeler Branch, culvert fills

box 63, folder 43

CE 407 Ogden, power plant

box 63, folder 44

CE 416 Carlin, signal plant

box 63, folder 45

CE 418 Carlin, section house

box 63, folder 46

CE 421 Salt Lake Division, building repair

box 63, folder 47

CE 422 Promontory Branch, building repair

box 63, folder 48

CE 423 Hazen-Keeler Branch, building repair

 

Maintainer's house: CE 425

box 63, folder 49

Salt Lake Division, Maintainer's houses, see individual locations

box 63, folder 50

(Supp. #1) Lucin, Maintainer's house

box 63, folder 51

(Supp. #2) Lemay

box 63, folder 52

(Supp. #3) Upsal

box 63, folder 53

(Supp. #4) Palisade

box 63, folder 54

Beowave

box 63, folder 55

Brown

box 63, folder 56

Cobre

box 63, folder 57

Deeth

box 63, folder 58

Fenelon

box 63, folder 59

Fernley

box 63, folder 60

Halleck

box 63, folder 61

Hazen

box 63, folder 62

Hogup

box 63, folder 63

Humboldt

box 63, folder 64

Iron Point

box 63, folder 65

Jackson

box 63, folder 66

Lakeside

box 63, folder 67

Lucin

box 63, folder 68

Mill City

box 63, folder 69

Moor

box 63, folder 70

Mosel

box 63, folder 71

New Foundland

box 63, folder 72

Oreana

box 63, folder 73

Parran

box 63, folder 74

Promontory Point

box 63, folder 75

Rose Creek

box 63, folder 76

Tecoma

box 63, folder 77

West Weber

box 64, folder 1

CE 426 Sparks, bunk house

box 64, folder 2

CE 427 Palisade, construct ore trestle

 

Salt Lake Division, bridge maintenance

box 64, folder 3

CE 433, 435, 439

box 64, folder 4

CE 451, 452

box 64, folder 5

CE 458, 460, 463

box 64, folder 6

CE 464, 470

box 64, folder 7

CE 477-481

box 64, folder 8

CE 486-488

box 64, folder 9

CE 489 Salt Lake Division, roundhouse

box 64, folder 10

CE 490 Salt Lake Division, electric headlights

box 64, folder 11

CE 492 Ogden, machine shop

box 64, folder 12

CE 500 Sparks, machine shop

box 64, folder 13

CE 505 Sparks, machine shop electric lights

box 64, folder 14

CE 510 Humboldt, depot-hotel

box 64, folder 15

CE 513 Carlin, roundhouse

box 64, folder 16

CE 517 Wells, trackage

box 64, folder 17

CE 518 Laws, turntable

box 64, folder 18

CE 520 Lucin cut-off, embankment repair

box 64, folder 19

CE 521 Ogden, water closet

 

Bunk houses

box 64, folder 20

CE 523 Mina

box 64, folder 21

CE 524 Rio Vista

box 64, folder 22

CE 525 Luning

box 64, folder 23

CE 526 Schurz

box 64, folder 24

CE 527 Gillis

 

Other structures

box 64, folder 25

CE 529 Ogden, trackage

box 64, folder 26

CE 530 Lucin cut-off, trestles

box 64, folder 27

CE 531 Cleaver, bunk house

box 64, folder 28

CE 532 Washout, bunk house

box 64, folder 29

CE 533 Preble, diversion dams

box 64, folder 30

CE 534 Sparks, tool house

box 64, folder 31

CE 535 Rambo, riprap

box 64, folder 32

CE 536 Lemay, trackage

box 64, folder 33

CE 537 Lemay, coal chute

box 64, folder 34

CE 538 Ogden, smoke jacks

box 64, folder 35

CE 539 Midlake, oil house

box 64, folder 36

CE 540 Salt Lake Division, trestle maintenance

box 64, folder 37

CE 541 Ogden, pipe line

box 64, folder 38

CE 543 Ryndon, section house

box 64, folder 39

CE 544 Ogden, machine shop

box 64, folder 40

CE 545 Lemay, spur track

box 64, folder 41

CE 546 Montello, sand house

box 64, folder 42

CE 547 Strong Knob, pumper house

box 64, folder 43

CE 550 Wadsworth, spur track

box 64, folder 44

CE 551 Strong Knob, spur track

box 64, folder 45

CE 552 Mina, shed

box 64, folder 46

CE 553 Ogden, spur track

box 64, folder 47

CE 554 Ogden, spur track

box 64, folder 48

CE 555 Ogden, constructs parks

box 64, folder 49

CE 556 Palisade, fences

box 64, folder 50

CE 557 Lucin, freight house

box 64, folder 51

CE 558 Ogden, pipe line

box 64, folder 52

CE 559 Carlin, water tank

box 64, folder 53

CE 560 Mina, cinder pit

box 64, folder 54

CE 561 Parran, cook house

box 64, folder 55

CE 563 Ogden, material racks

box 64, folder 56

CE 565 Wabuska, water tank

box 64, folder 57

CE 566 Schurz, water tank

box 64, folder 58

CE 567 Carlin, machine shop

box 64, folder 59

CE 568 Ogden, walk

box 64, folder 60

CE 571 Ogden, roundhouse

box 64, folder 61

CE 573 Ogden, cross over

box 64, folder 62

CE 574 Barth, culvert

box 64, folder 63

CE 576 Ogden, building repair

box 64, folder 64

CE 577 Ogden, building repair

box 64, folder 65

CE 578 Ogden, repair freight house

box 64, folder 66

CE 579 Ogden, repair machine shop

box 64, folder 67

CE 580 Cobre, tool house

box 64, folder 68

CE 581 Sparks, ice house

box 64, folder 69

CE 582 Carlin, ice house

box 64, folder 70

CE 583 Hazen, spur track

box 64, folder 71

CE 585 Montello, ice house

box 64, folder 72

CE 586 Griffin, spur track

box 64, folder 73

CE 588 Hazen, ice house

box 64, folder 74

CE 589 Sparks, air compressor

box 64, folder 75

CE 590 Sparks, spur tracks

box 65, folder 1

CE 591 Winnemucca, signal plant

box 65, folder 2

CE 592 Winnemucca, bridge repairs

box 65, folder 3

CE 593 Ogden, track work

box 65, folder 4

CE 594 Ogden, freight house

box 65, folder 5

CE 595 Winnemucca, fence and shed

box 65, folder 6

CE 596 Winnemucca, engine shed

box 65, folder 7

CE 597 Gilpin, pipe line

box 65, folder 8

CE 598 Montello, ash pit

box 65, folder 9

CE 599 Hazen, track modifications

box 65, folder 10

CE 600 Hazen, bridge repair

box 65, folder 11

CE 601 Hazen, yard and terminal facilities

box 65, folder 12

CE 601 Hazen, coal chute

box 65, folder 13

CE 603 Hazen, turntable

box 65, folder 14

CE 605 Hazen, sand pipes

box 65, folder 15

CE 606 Hazen, terminal facilities

box 65, folder 16

CE 607 Hazen, engine facilities

box 65, folder 17

CE 608 Imlay, new terminal

box 65, folder 18

CE 609 Imlay, right of way

box 65, folder 19

CE 612 Imlay, new engine house

box 65, folder 20

CE 613 Imlay, shops

box 65, folder 21

CE 614 Imlay, tools

box 65, folder 22

CE 615 Imlay, turntable

box 65, folder 23

CE 616, 617 Imlay, water lines

box 65, folder 24

CE 618 Imlay, coal trestle

box 65, folder 25

CE 620 Hazen, bridges

box 65, folder 26

CE 621 Ogden to Sparks, bridge maintenance

box 65, folder 27

CE 622 Sparks, dwelling

box 65, folder 28

CE 623 Carlin, air pipe

box 65, folder 29

CE 624 Montello to Cobre, block signals

box 65, folder 30

CE 625 Wells to Moor, block signals

box 65, folder 31

CE 626 Mina, spur track

box 65, folder 32

CE 627 Wabuska, spur track

box 65, folder 33

CE 628 Ogden, calcium carbide storage house

box 65, folder 34

CE 629 Upsal, telegraph office

box 65, folder 35

CE 630 Ogden, platform

box 65, folder 36

CE 631 Ogden, canal intake

box 65, folder 37

CE 632 Carlin, shelving

box 65, folder 38

CE 633 Lucin cut-off, purchase boat

box 65, folder 39

CE 634 Montello, cross over

box 65, folder 40

CE 635 Ogden, lighting

box 65, folder 41

CE 636 Ogden, wye track

box 65, folder 42

CE 637 Cobre, coal house and privy

box 65, folder 43

CE 638 Lemay, coal house and privy

box 65, folder 44

CE 639 Ogden to Sparks, bridge maintenance

box 65, folder 45

CE 640 Hazen to Churchill, bridge maintenance

box 65, folder 46

CE 641 Hazen, bridges

box 65, folder 47

CE 642 Promontory Branch, bridge maintenance

box 65, folder 48

CE 643 Promontory Branch, riprap

box 65, folder 49

CE 644 Wadsworth Branch, repair bridge

box 65, folder 50

CE 645 Wadsworth Branch, bridge maintenance

box 65, folder 51

CE 646 Ogden, trackage

box 65, folder 52

CE 647 Ogden, coal chute

box 65, folder 53

CE 648 Ogden, ash pits

box 65, folder 54

CE 649 Ogen, stand pipes

box 65, folder 55

CE 650 Cecihlot, rail

box 66, folder 1

CE 651 Ogden, spur track

box 66, folder 2

CE 652 Mina, buildings

box 66, folder 3

CE 653 Mina, well

box 66, folder 4

CE 654 Mina, coal house and privy

box 66, folder 5

CE 655 Sparks, machine shop

box 66, folder 6

CE 656 Cobre, cross over

box 66, folder 7

CE 657 Ryndan, spur track

box 66, folder 8

CE 658 Akbar, siding

box 66, folder 9

CE 659 Tecoma, branch line to Tuttle

box 66, folder 10

CE 660 Lakeside, corral

box 66, folder 11

CE 661 Sparks, air brake building

box 66, folder 12

CE 662 Ogden, sewers

box 66, folder 13

CE 663 Oreana, well

box 66, folder 14

CE 664 Salt Lake, telegraph wire

box 66, folder 15

CE 665 Salt Lake, telegraph wire

box 66, folder 16

CE 666 Carlin, baggage room

box 66, folder 17

CE 667 Tecoma, spur track

box 66, folder 18

CE 668 Cecil Junction, rail

box 66, folder 19

CE 669 Cecil Junction, relay rail

box 66, folder 20

CE 670 Churchill, rail

box 66, folder 21

CE 671 Ogden, commissary building

box 66, folder 22

CE 672 Cecil Junction, rail

box 66, folder 23

CE 673 Imlay, rail

box 66, folder 24

CE 692 Elko, bridge

box 66, folder 25

CE 693 Salt Lake, cattle guards

box 66, folder 26

CE 694 Salt Lake, ditching

box 66, folder 27

CE 695 Salt Lake, riprap

box 66, folder 28

CE 696 Ogden, shed

box 66, folder 29

CE 697 Carlin, shop

box 66, folder 30

CE 698 Lovelock, chutes

box 66, folder 31

CE 699 Hazen, freight house

box 66, folder 32

CE 700 Hazen, spur track

box 66, folder 33

CE 701 Lovelock, depot

box 66, folder 34

CE 702 Sparks, rail

box 66, folder 35

CE 703 West Weber, spur track

box 66, folder 36

CE 704 Fallon, spur track

box 66, folder 37

CE 705 Wabuska, freight shed

box 66, folder 38

CE 706 Winnemucca, coal house and privy

box 66, folder 39

CE 707 Carlin, washers

box 66, folder 40

CE 708 Ogden, platform

box 66, folder 41

CE 709 Sparks, yard

box 66, folder 42

CE 711 Ogden, shop

box 66, folder 43

CE 712 Mina, shop

box 66, folder 44

CE 713 Corrinne, yard

box 66, folder 45

CE 716 Wabuska, track

box 66, folder 46

CE 717 Imlay, terminal

box 66, folder 47

CE 718 Numone, track

box 66, folder 48

CE 719 Sparks, buildings

box 66, folder 49

CE 720 Sparks, pipe

box 66, folder 50

CE 721 Sparks, house

box 66, folder 51

CE 722 Numana, track

box 66, folder 52

CE 723 Sparks, shop

box 66, folder 53

CE 724 Carlin, shop

box 66, folder 54

CE 725 Ogden, office

box 67, folder 1

CE 726 Sparks, shop

box 67, folder 2

CE 727 Montello, restaurant

box 67, folder 3

CE 728 Battle Mountain, platform

box 67, folder 4

CE 729 Tonopah Junction, platform

box 67, folder 5

CE 730 Sparks, bunk house

box 67, folder 6

CE 731 Cobre, station

box 67, folder 7

CE 732 Parran, pump house

box 67, folder 8

CE 733 Carlin, plumbing

box 67, folder 9

CE 734 Sparks, freight house

box 67, folder 10

CE 735 Sparks, freight house

box 67, folder 11

CE 736 Ogden, shed

box 67, folder 12

CE 737 Salt Lake, fencing

box 67, folder 13

CE 738 Dayton, track scale

box 67, folder 14

CE 740 Thorne, depot addition

box 67, folder 15

CE 741 Hazen, depot

box 67, folder 16

CE 742 Tecoma, house track

box 67, folder 17

CE 743 Tecoma, depot

box 67, folder 18

CE 744 Lemay, cross over track

box 67, folder 19

CE 745 Sparks, eating house

box 67, folder 20

CE 746 Ogden, boiler in Union Depot

box 67, folder 21

CE 747 Barth, spur track

box 67, folder 22

CE 748 Ogden, machine shop roof

box 67, folder 23

CE 750 Sparks, machine shop

box 67, folder 24

CE 751 Montello, shed

box 67, folder 25

CE 752 Mosal, tie bunk house

box 67, folder 26

CE 753 Sparks, oil tank

box 67, folder 27

CE 754 Olney, spur track

box 66, folder 28

CE 755 Jackson, spur track

box 67, folder 29

CE 756 Alazon, spur track

box 67, folder 30

CE 757 Tulasco, spur track

box 67, folder 31

CE 758 Jude, spur track

box 67, folder 32

CE 759 Natchez, spur track

box 67, folder 33

CE 760 Imlay, rail

box 67, folder 34

CE 761 Carlin, sand house

box 67, folder 35

CE 762 Ogden, emergency hotel

box 67, folder 36

CE 763 Clarke, coal house and privy

box 67, folder 37

CE 764 Sparks, store room

box 67, folder 38

CE 765 Carlin, eating house

box 67, folder 39

CE 766 Carlin, library

box 67, folder 40

CE 767 Cobre, agent's house

box 67, folder 41

CE 768 Elko, stand pipe

box 67, folder 42

CE 769 Ogden, fire protection

box 67, folder 43

CE 770 Laws, spur track

box 67, folder 44

CE 771 Colin, auxiliary piles

box 67, folder 45

CE 772 Ogden, spur track

box 67, folder 46

CE 773 Montello, employe cottages

box 67, folder 47

CE 774 Ogden, machine shop

box 67, folder 48

CE 775 Lucin, stock yards

box 67, folder 49

CE 776 Valmy, coal chute

box 67, folder 50

CE 777 Valmy, coaling station

box 67, folder 51

CE 778 Mina, freight platform

box 67, folder 52

CE 779 Mina, trackage

box 67, folder 53

CE 819 Sparks, rooming house

 

Theodore Dehone Judah monument (Sacramento), 1930-1953 12

Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.J2

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of Union Pacific Railroad, 1998

Scope and Contents

The monument, sculpted by John A. MacQuarrie (June 12, 1871 - November 24, 1944) and erected in a municipal park opposite the Southern Pacific station, was funded by Southern Pacific employees to honor the memory of Theodore Dehone Judah, first Chief Engineer of the Central Pacific Railroad. The cornerstone was laid April 25, 1930, in conjunction with the annual meeting of the American Society of Civil Engineers. The completed monument was unveiled February 25, 1931. MacQuarrie also painted the mural inside the station depicting groundbreaking for the first transcontinental railroad, January 8, 1863. The monument was later moved into storage during construction of the Interstate 5 interchange (late 1960s?), and eventually placed in Old Sacramento at the corner of Second and L Streets. Company file (No. 9211/351 - Part 2) contains correspondence relating to the construction, dedication and maintenance of the monument as well as biographical information about Judah. There are also photographs of the monument and the two ceremonies.
box 68, folder 1-17

Correspondence, Mar. 1930 thru 1953

box 68, folder 18

Wheat, Carl I., "A Sketch of the Life of Theodore D. Judah," reprinted from CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY, Vol. 4, No. 3 (September 1925), 53 pages

box 68, folder 19-22

Photographs

box 68, folder 23

Miscellaneous information regarding the monument

 

Subseries 3. Valuation Department records 1912-1960s

Physical Description: 1 Linear Feet3 archives boxes, 1 oversize box
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.F6; I2.300.E10, Box 1

Historical

Congress created the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) as an independent agency under the Interstate Commerce Act (24 Stat. 379), February 4, 1887. The ICC was given the power to regulate railroad carriers engaged in interstate and "foreign" commerce within the United States. The ICC further had the power to require annual reports from the railroads and to prescribe a uniform system of accounts.
In 1913, Congress passed the RAILROAD VALUATION ACT OF 1913, which required the ICC to undertake a complete inventory of land and assets owned and used by each railroad to provide transportation service. Each railroad assigned a value to the various assets as inventoried. This valuation, after review and approval, was used by the Interstate Commerce Commission for the purpose of determining the true net worth for each railroad. This value was then used to regulate passenger and freight rates.
Each railroad assigned personnel to prepare the inventories and values. ICC representatives reviewed the inventories and adjusted the values. Eventually, the ICC held hearings and set an official valuation for each railroad. To assist in valuation, the ICC set up a "Uniform System of Accounts" based on 25 valuation orders, including: ways and structures (e.g., track, bridges, culverts, trestles, crossings, signs, grading and paving, telephone and telegraph lines); equipment (e.g., cars, floating equipment, furniture); power system components (e.g., buildings, lines, and equipment); and general expenditures.
Between 1913 and 1922, the engineers of the Southern Pacific Company's Valuation Department compiled the information in these files to to comply with the federal RAILROAD VALUATION ACT OF 1913. The Valuation Department informed the ICC of physical changes in the common carrier operations, including not only the property used in common carrier operations but also to other miscellaneous physical property owned by the carrier, the costs associated therewith for additions and retirements, and the yearly changes in price levels and values of railway properties. Once the valuation was completed, the railroads continued to use the ICC Uniform System of Accounts for record-keeping.
box 69

Form number 3597 Structure record. [photocopy], thru 1960s 1

Physical Description: .29 Linear Feet1 archives box
Physical Location: Statewide Museum Collections Center I2.300.G6

Scope and Contents

Record of structures at specific sites (arranged by Valuation Section, California 12, 13 and 14, Nevada 1, 2). May include dimensions, date built, date of changes.
box 70

Detailed reports of investment in physical property – road -- form No. 142 [steam roads] 1912-1917

Arrangement

Arranged by page number stamped on the bottom of each report. Pages 226-229 are missing.

Scope and Contents

These pre-printed forms were prepared for the Interstate Commerce Commission to show profits and losses in physical properties effecting General Account I: Road. They include both additions and betterments to the Southern Pacific's physical plant and any depreciation in value or retirement of land or property.
The collection includes reports for Sacramento Division projects authorized between 1912 and 1917 and completed between 1915 and 1917 and undertaken on the Woodland-Oroville, Sacramento-Placerville, Davis-Tehama, Davis-Gerber, Marysville-Oroville, Sacramento-Sparks, Chico-Stirling City, Sacramento-Walnut Grove, and Roseville-Gerber termini. Projects include: minor improvements to track, renewing rail, land purchases and donations, constructing a tool house and other small buildings, building an oil pipe, abandoning spurs, upgrading switch stands, motor car purchases, station improvements, abandoning equipment, and constructing a sheep corral. Some reports have maps and drawings attached.
Each report may show: the owner, the operating company, the operating division, the termini, the authority number, the date issued, the fiscal year, the location and description of the work, whether under contract or not, the state, the date work commenced, the date work was completed, the account number, the date of installation of property retired, a description of items used in construction, retired, or converted, including material lists and labor. The back of each form contains a classified summary, which includes: the account number, investment in property charged to capital or operating expenses or accrued depreciation, operating expenses or accrued depreciation, and other accounts. The report also contains a set of instructions for completing the form.
 

General accounts 1913-1917

Arrangement

Arranged in numerical order according to the ICC Uniform System of Accounts.

Scope and Contents

The documents in these files were generated by the valuation engineers and specialists in Southern Pacific's Valuation Department to update the value of the railroad's operating assets as additions, retirements and betterments took place. Not all ICC Accounts are included.
Detailed information about the building materials, the labor costs, and the location of each project can be found in the forms under the project account number. Recapitulation of contract prices paid for material lists all projects completed during a several year period, estimates the total cost for material in each project, and provides the average price per cubic yard. The Unit Cost Data form gives the average price. The synopsis of specifications for various contracts includes a general list of materials and supplies used for the projects, and the Cost of Rrenewal form inventories the material and labor costs associated with the project. General Manager's Orders (GMOs) are available for some of the large-scale building projects containing useful data about the work. Excerpts from the Chief Engineer's Cost ledger provide summaries of the expenses associated with construction.
 

ICC account No. 6 - Bridges, trestles, and culverts

box 70, folder 1

Concrete structures

box 70, folder 2

Draw bridges and concrete pipe culverts

box 70, folder 3-4

Girder and truss bridges

box 70, folder 5

Steel bridges with girder and truss span (carbon copy of Folder 3)

box 70, folder 6

Pile and frame trestles

box 70, folder 7-8

Steel girder bridges

box 70, folder 9

Steel truss bridges

box 70, folder 10

Steel viaducts and concrete arches

box 70, folder 11

ICC account No. 7 - Elevated structures

box 70, folder 12

ICC Account No. 13 - Right of way fences

box 70, folder 13

ICC account No. 15 - Crossings and signs

 

ICC account No. 16 - Station and Office Buildings

box 71, folder 1

Loading platforms

box 71, folder 2-5

Station buildings

box 71, folder 6

Stock corrals

box 71, folder 7

Track scales

box 71, folder 8

ICC account No. 17 - Roadway buildings

box 71, folder 9-10

ICC account No. 18 - Water stations

box 71, folder 11

ICC account No. 19 - Fuel stations

 

ICC account No. 20 - Shops and engine houses

box 71, folder 12

Fences at shop grounds

box 71, folder 13

Turntables

box 71, folder 14

ICC account 23 - Wharves and docks

 

Series 3: Accounting Department 3 1870-1980

Physical Description: 360 Linear Feet1081 volumes
 

Alamogordo Lumber Company

 

Accounts receivable, 1, Sep. 1905 - Sep. 1924

Physical Location: Item number 2691, Box number 485, Shelf I2.200.F5
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Dec. 1924 - Feb. 1927

Physical Location: Item number 2535, Box number 445, Shelf I2.200.F2
 

Cash book, 2, 1906 - 1924

Physical Location: Item number 2699, Box number 484, Shelf I2.200.V7
 

Cash book, A, May 1898 - Sep. 1900

Physical Location: Item number 2697, Box number 486, Shelf I2.200.V7
 

Cash book, B, Oct. 1900 - Sep. 1902

Physical Location: Item number 2696, Box number 470, Shelf I2.200.U8
 

Cash book, B (cash books have pay roll with lists of employees and how much they are paid). Jan. 1905 - Aug. 1905

Physical Location: Item number 2694, Box number 468, Shelf I2.200.U7
 

Cash book, C, Oct. 1902 - Dec. 1904

Physical Location: Item number 2695, Box number 469, Shelf I2.200.U7
 

Cash disbursements, 1922 - 1929

Physical Location: Item number 2684, Box number 446, Shelf I2.200.F2
 

Cash disbursements and cash receipts, 1926 - 1931

Physical Location: Item number 764, Box number 175, Shelf I2.200.H6
 

Record of note held by treasury, Oct. 1917 - Aug. 1939

Physical Location: Item number 2549, Box number 353, Shelf I2.200.E3
 

Record of vouchers payable transferred to credit, from other accounts, 1923 - 1930

Physical Location: Item number 2686, Box number 447, Shelf I2.200.F2
 

Register of vouchers, Book 2, May 1926 - Sep. 1939

Physical Location: Item number 318, Box number 106, Shelf I2.200.C2
 

Trial balance, Jan. 1906 - Dec. 1916

Physical Location: Item number 2698, Box number 485, Shelf I2.200.F5
 

Trial balance, 2, 1917 - 1924

Physical Location: Item number 2693, Box number 485, Shelf I2.200.F5
 

Alamogordo & Sacramento Mountain Railway

 

Accounts payable ledger, Feb. 1899 - Mar. 1904

Physical Location: Item number 2536, Box number 445, Shelf I2.200.F2
 

Accounts receivable, 1, Jul. 1899 - Oct. 1903

Physical Location: Item number 576, Box number 188, Shelf I2.200.C4
 

Accounts receivable, 2, Nov. 1903 - Mar. 1904

Physical Location: Item number 581, Box number 191, Shelf I2.200.G9
 

Accounts receivable index,

Physical Location: Item number 574, Box number 188, Shelf I2.200.C4
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, CAB, Jan. 1929 - Dec. 1937

Physical Location: Item number 774, Box number 250, Shelf I2.200.I6
 

Cash balances, daily, Jul. 1903 - Mar. 1904

Physical Location: Item number 575, Box number 188, Shelf I2.200.C4
 

Cash disbursements and cash receipts, 1925 - 1926

Physical Location: Item number 2685, Box number 446, Shelf I2.200.F2
 

Cash receipts, 1925 - 1931

Physical Location: Item number 769, Box number 174, Shelf I2.200.G6
 

Unclaimed wages, Oct. 1899 - Jun. 1905

Physical Location: Item number 606, Box number 193, Shelf I2.200.C7
 

Voucher index, 1901

Physical Location: Item number 582, Box number 190, Shelf I2.200.G8
 

Voucher index, 1, Jul. 1899 - Dec. 1900

Physical Location: Item number 584, Box number 190, Shelf I2.200.G8
 

Voucher index, 3, 1902

Physical Location: Item number 583, Box number 190, Shelf I2.200.G8
 

Albion Lumber Company

 

Abstract of cash payments, 3, Oct. 1909 - Jun. 1910

Physical Location: Item number 2819, Box number 436, Shelf I2.200.T7
 

Abstract of cash payments, 5, Jul. 1911 - Mar. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 2818, Box number 371, Shelf I2.200.B3
 

Bills collectible, 1929

Physical Location: Item number 2766, Shelf I2.200.J11
 

Bills collectible ledger, Jan. 1922 - Aug. 1923

Physical Location: Item number 2796, Box number 414, Shelf I2.200.R9
 

Bills payable, 2 pages only, Jan. 1930

Physical Location: Item number 2768, Shelf I2.200.I10
 

Cash book, Jun. 1909 - May 1918

Physical Location: Item number 2823, Box number 428, Shelf I2.200.E5
 

Cash book, Aug. 1914 - Jul. 1921

Physical Location: Item number 2824, Box number 430, Shelf I2.200.S9
 

Cash book, Oct. 1926 - Mar. 1928

Physical Location: Item number 2825, Box number 429, Shelf I2.200.S9
 

Cash disbursements, Apr. 1912 - Dec. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 2807, Box number 419, Shelf I2.200.E5
 

Cash disbursements, Jan. 1913 - Dec. 1913

Physical Location: Item number 2806, Box number 420, Shelf I2.200.E5
 

Cash disbursements, Jan. 1918 - Jun. 1919

Physical Location: Item number 2804, Box number 422, Shelf I2.200.S7
 

Cash disbursements, Jul. 1920 - Nov. 1921

Physical Location: Item number 2803, Box number 424, Shelf I2.200.S8
 

Cash disbursements, Mar. 1924 - Apr. 1926

Physical Location: Item number 2816, Box number 426, Shelf I2.200.S8
 

Cash disbursements and cash receipts, Dec. 1921 - Jun. 1922

Physical Location: Item number 2808, Box number 433, Shelf I2.200.T7
 

Cash disbursements and cash receipts, Jan. 1922 - Jun. 1929

Physical Location: Item number 2790, Box number 437, Shelf I2.200.T8
 

Cash disbursements and cash receipts, Jul. 1922 - Feb. 1923

Physical Location: Item number 2809, Box number 431, Shelf I2.200.S9
 

Cash receipts, Apr. 1912 - Dec. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 2815, Box number 419, Shelf I2.200.E5
 

Cash receipts, 1913

Physical Location: Item number 2814, Box number 434, Shelf I2.200.T7
 

Cash receipts, Jan. 1916 - Dec. 1917

Physical Location: Item number 2813, Box number 427, Shelf I2.200.S8
 

Cash receipts, Jan. 1918 - Jun. 1919

Physical Location: Item number 2812, Box number 432, Shelf I2.200.S9
 

Cash receipts, Jul. 1919 - Jun. 1920

Physical Location: Item number 2811, Box number 434, Shelf I2.200.T7
 

Cash receipts, Jul. 1920 - Nov. 1921

Physical Location: Item number 2810, Box number 432, Shelf I2.200.S9
 

Cash receipts, 1, Oct. 1909 - Jun. 1911

Physical Location: Item number 2821, Box number 411, Shelf I2.200.E5
 

Cash receipts, 2, Jul. 1911 - Mar. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 2820, Box number 411, Shelf I2.200.E5
 

List of general ledger accounts for which analysis of balances are necessary, showing dates analyzed where necessary, Jan. 1925 - Dec. 1926

Physical Location: Item number 1008, Box number 338, Shelf I2.200.O7
 

Monthly account current ledger sheets, 1921 - 1929

Physical Location: Item number 2960, Box number 368, Shelf I2.200.P9
 

Reconciliation of bank accounts, Jan. 1928 - Dec. 1929

Physical Location: Item number 1010, Box number 338, Shelf I2.200.O7
 

Record of depreciation on equipment, 1921 - 1931

Physical Location: Item number 2961, Box number 368, Shelf I2.200.P9
 

Record of pay roll vouchers, Jan. 1920 - Dec. 1926

Physical Location: Item number 2794, Box number 436, Shelf I2.200.T7
 

Record of pay roll vouchers, and time vouchers, salary advances, Jan. 1914 - Dec. 1919

Physical Location: Item number 2791, Box number 433, Shelf I2.200.T7
 

Record of pay roll vouchers, (no names of this kind of form) Jan. 1908 - Dec. 1913

Physical Location: Item number 2795, Box number 435, Shelf I2.200.T7
 

Record of pay roll vouchers, (no names of this kind of form) Jan. 1927 - Jan. 1930

Physical Location: Item number 2793, Box number 437, Shelf I2.200.T8
 

Record of sales tags issued, by S.F. yard sales agent, Jan. 1908 - May 1911

Physical Location: Item number 2826, Box number 430, Shelf I2.200.S9
 

Record of time vouchers, (no names of this kind of form) Feb. 1920 - Dec. 1929

Physical Location: Item number 2792, Box number 435, Shelf I2.200.T7
 

Register of audited vouchers and department bills, Jan. 1912 - Dec. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 1003, Box number 335, Shelf I2.200.N9
 

Register of audited vouchers and department bills, Aug. 1912 - Aug. 1914

Physical Location: Item number 1002, Box number 335, Shelf I2.200.N9
 

Register of audited vouchers and department bills, Oct. 1914

Physical Location: Item number 1006, Box number 337, Shelf I2.200.O7
 

Register of audited vouchers and department bills, Nov. 1923 - Feb. 1924

Physical Location: Item number 2721, Box number 414, Shelf I2.200.R9
 

Register of bills collectible and department bills, 1, Nov. 1910 - May 1912

Physical Location: Item number 2717, Box number 412, Shelf I2.200.R8
 

Register of bills collectible and department bills, 2, Jun. 1911 - Dec. 1913

Physical Location: Item number 2716, Box number 412, Shelf I2.200.R8
 

Register of bills collectible and department bills, 3, Jul. 1912 - Sep. 1914

Physical Location: Item number 2720, Box number 413, Shelf I2.200.R9
 

Register of bills collectible and department bills, 4, Aug. 1912 - Oct. 1914

Physical Location: Item number 2687, Box number 466, Shelf I2.200.U7
 

Register of bills collectible and department bills, 6, Feb. 1916 - Dec. 1916

Physical Location: Item number 2690, Box number 465, Shelf I2.200.T9
 

Register of bills collectible and department bills, 7, 1917

Physical Location: Item number 2689, Box number 465, Shelf I2.200.T9
 

Register of bills collectible and department bills, 8, Aug. 1921 - May 1925

Physical Location: Item number 2719, Box number 413, Shelf I2.200.R9
 

Statement of individual accounts at close of business, 1927 - 1929

Physical Location: Item number 2959, Box number 369, Shelf I2.200.P9
 

Arizona & Colorado Railroad

 

Accounts payable, Nov. 1902 - Dec. 1905

Physical Location: Item number 2725, Shelf I2.200.I11
 

Construction in Colorado, Oct. 1904 - Jun. 1907

Physical Location: Item number 2727, Box number 467, Shelf I2.200.U7
 

Ledger, Dec. 1908 - Feb. 1910

Physical Location: Item number 399, Box number 126, Shelf I2.200.C3
 

Register of audited vouchers and department bills, Jan. 1906 - Oct. 1908

Physical Location: Item number 2724, Shelf I2.200.I11
 

Register of audited vouchers and department bills, Nov. 1908 - Jul. 1909

Physical Location: Item number 2726, Shelf I2.200.H11
 

Arizona & New Mexico Railway

 

Accounts receivable, 2, Jan. 1916 - Dec. 1921

Physical Location: Item number 2785, Box number 403, Shelf I2.200.R7
 

Accounts receivable, sundry, Jan. 1919 - Dec. 1921

Physical Location: Item number 2784, Box number 403, Shelf I2.200.I2.200.R7
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1927 - Jun. 1935

Physical Location: Item number 2789, Box number 402, Shelf I2.200.R7
 

Bank balances, regular and wage accounts, Jul. 1921 - Jan. 1922

Physical Location: Item number 703, Box number 230, Shelf I2.200.D2
 

Bills receivable, sundry and MCB bills, Jan. 1911 - Jan. 1919

Physical Location: Item number 2787, Box number 410, Shelf I2.200.E5
 

Bills rendered, N, Jul. 1921 - Dec. 1921

Physical Location: Item number 798, Box number 252, Shelf I2.200.J8
 

Cash book, [1] Oct. 1895 - Sep. 1898

Physical Location: Item number 2797, Box number 443, Shelf I2.200.F2
 

Cash book, 2, Oct. 1883 - Sep. 1890

Physical Location: Item number 800, Box number 255, Shelf I2.200.J9
 

Cash book, 3, Oct. 1890 - Mar. 1897

Physical Location: Item number 802, Box number 257, Shelf I2.200.J9
 

Cash book, 4, Apr. 1897 - Mar. 1902

Physical Location: Item number 803, Box number 258, Shelf I2.200.J9
 

Cash book, Apr. 1902 - Jun. 1906

Physical Location: Item number 801, Box number 256, Shelf I2.200.J9
 

Cash book, 4, May 1914 - Aug. 1916

Physical Location: Item number 2781, Shelf I2.200.H10
 

Cash book, 5, Sep. 1916 - Feb. 1919

Physical Location: Item number 2777, Shelf I2.200.H10
 

Cash book, 6, Jul. 1906 - Dec. 1909

Physical Location: Item number 2783, Shelf I2.200.H10
 

Cash book, 7, Jan. 1910 - Jun. 1911

Physical Location: Item number 2782, Shelf I2.200.H11
 

Cash book, 8, Jun. 1911 - Nov. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 799, Shelf I2.200.F10
 

Cash book, 9, Dec. 1912 - Dec. 1913

Physical Location: Item number 805, Shelf I2.200.F10
 

Cash book, 10, Jan. 1914 - Apr. 1915

Physical Location: Item number 804, Shelf I2.200.F10
 

Cash book, F, Jan. 1918 - Apr. 1920

Physical Location: Item number 2776, Shelf I2.200.I11
 

Cash book, G, May 1920 - Aug. 1921

Physical Location: Item number 2775, Shelf I2.200.I11
 

Cash book, H, Aug. 1921 - Dec. 1921

Physical Location: Item number 2774, Shelf I2.200.H10
 

Cash book, N, Oct. 1912 - Sep. 1913

Physical Location: Item number 706, Box number 230, Shelf I2.200.D2
 

Cash book, N, Oct. 1913 - Sep. 1915

Physical Location: Item number 708, Box number 230, Shelf I2.200.D2
 

Cash book, Station account N, Sep. 1918 - Dec. 1921

Physical Location: Item number 701, Box number 229, Shelf I2.200.D2
 

Cash disbursements, Jan. 1916 - Dec. 1917

Physical Location: Item number 2799, Box number 423, Shelf I2.200.S7
 

Cash disbursements, Jul. 1919 - Jun. 1920

Physical Location: Item number 2798, Box number 421, Shelf I2.200.S7
 

Cash disbursements, Dec. 1921 - Jun. 1922

Physical Location: Item number 2802, Box number 424, Shelf I2.200.S8
 

Cash disbursements, Jul. 1922 - May. 1923

Physical Location: Item number 2801, Box number 425, Shelf I2.200.S8
 

Cash disbursements, Jun. 1923 - Feb. 1924

Physical Location: Item number 2800, Box number 425, Shelf I2.200.S8
 

Cash over/short, N, Jan. 1919 - Dec. 1921

Physical Location: Item number 702, Box number 229, Shelf I2.200.D2
 

Inventories and analyses of accounts, Jun. 1920 - Jul. 1922

Physical Location: Item number 2788, Box number 402, Shelf I2.200.I2.R7
 

Ledger, N, Oct. 1914 - Jan. 1916

Physical Location: Item number 704, Box number 230, Shelf I2.200.D2
 

Ledger balances, N, Jul. 1911 - Sep. 1914

Physical Location: Item number 707, Box number 230, Shelf I2.200.D2
 

Material abstracts, Apr. 1913 - Dec. 1921

Physical Location: Item number 2608, Box number 443, Shelf I2.200.F2
 

Transfer book, 1, Sep. 1912 - Dec. 1918

Physical Location: Item number 2609, Box number 386, Shelf I2.200.B4
 

Transfer book, 2, Sep. 1912 - Dec. 1919

Physical Location: Item number 2611, Box number 387, Shelf I2.200.B4
 

Transfer book (of ledger balances) 3, Jan. 1920 - Dec. 1921

Physical Location: Item number 2786, Box number 410, Shelf I2.200.E5
 

Voucher record, May 1910 - Dec. 1913

Physical Location: Item number 2778, Box number 415, Shelf I2.200.R9
 

Voucher record, Jan. 1914 - Jan. 1916

Physical Location: Item number 2780, Box number 417, Shelf I2.200.S7
 

Voucher record, Jan. 1916 - Jan. 1918

Physical Location: Item number 2779, Box number 416, Shelf I2.200.R9
 

Cash book, 2, Jul. 1899 - Jun. 1902

Physical Location: Item number 993, Box number 307, Shelf I2.200.E2
 

Arizona & Southeastern Railroad

 

Cash book, A, Jan. 1898 - Jul. 1900

Physical Location: Item number 972, Box number 300, Shelf I2.200.D6
 

Cash book, B, Jul. 1900 - May 1901

Physical Location: Item number 971, Box number 297, Shelf I2.200.D6
 

Arizona Eastern Railroad

 

Abstract of debits and credits to operating expenses, Jan. 1910 - Jun. 1910

Physical Location: Item number 2772, Shelf I2.200.J11
 

Accounts payable, Mar. 1904 - Aug. 1906

Physical Location: Item number 2759, Shelf I2.200.J10
 

Annual operations report, 1923

Physical Location: Item number 1019, Box number 392, Shelf I2.200.Q9
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1910 - Jun. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 2644, Box number 388, Shelf I2.200.Q8
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1914 - Jun. 1915

Physical Location: Item number 2649, Box number 388, Shelf I2.200.Q8
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jul. 1915 - Dec. 1917

Physical Location: Item number 2612, Box number 389, Shelf I2.200.B4
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1920 - Dec. 1921

Physical Location: Item number 2648, Box number 390, Shelf I2.200.B4
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, 1923

Physical Location: Item number 831, Box number 275, Shelf I2.200.D4
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, 1924

Physical Location: Item number 830, Box number 275, Shelf I2.200.D4
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1925 - Dec. 1926

Physical Location: Item number 2827, Box number 400, Shelf I2.200.R7
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1927 - Dec. 1928

Physical Location: Item number 2829, Box number 400, Shelf I2.200.R7
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1929 - Dec. 1933

Physical Location: Item number 2828, Box number 399, Shelf I2.200.B5
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1934 - Dec. 1941

Physical Location: Item number 2832, Box number 398, Shelf I2.200.B5
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1942 - Dec. 1949

Physical Location: Item number 2831, Box number 397, Shelf I2.200.B4
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1950 - Dec. 1950

Physical Location: Item number 2830, Box number 397, Shelf I2.200.B4
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Book No. 9, Auditor's Office, 1921

Physical Location: Item number 2646, Box number 391, Shelf I2.200.B4
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Book No. 10, Auditor's Office, 1922

Physical Location: Item number 2647, Box number 391, Shelf I2.200.B4
 

Cash book, pay roll deductions, aka cash blotter 45 D, Mar. 1923 - Dec. 1925

Physical Location: Item number 2516, Box number 477, Shelf I2.200.F5
 

Cash book, pay roll voucher, 42 D, Jan. 1924 - Dec. 1925

Physical Location: Item number 1021, Box number 477, Shelf I2.200.F5
 

Cash book, pay roll voucher, services, aka cash blotter 42-D, Jan. 1924 - Dec. 1925

Physical Location: Item number 2517, Box number 477, Shelf I2.200.F5
 

Cash book, time vouchers, 47 D, Mar. 1923 - Dec. 1925

Physical Location: Item number 1020, Box number 477, Shelf I2.200.F5
 

Cash disbursements, 1925 - 1929

Physical Location: Item number 2682, Box number 446, Shelf I2.200.F2
 

Cash disbursements and cash receipts, 1932 - 1933

Physical Location: Item number 765, Box number 175, Shelf I2.200.H6
 

Cash receipts, 1919 - 1924

Physical Location: Item number 2681, Box number 447, Shelf I2.200.F2
 

Conductor's reports, meals served, checks issued and cash collected, 1920

Physical Location: Item number 2645, Box number 393, Shelf I2.200.B4
 

Departmental bills, Analysis of vouchers payable, scrip accounts, revenue operations, 1919 - 1922

Physical Location: Item number 1067, Box number 507, Shelf I2.200.V10
 

Detail of general ledger account, 1910 - 1916

Physical Location: Item number 2643, Box number 392, Shelf I2.200.Q9
 

Federal cash receipts and payments, January 1934 - December 1924

Physical Location: Item number 1063, Box number 507, Shelf I2.200.V10
 

Record of articles picked up in railroad coaches, waiting rooms, etc. June 1926 - December 1928

Physical Location: Item number 1064, Box number 508, Shelf I2.200.V10
 

Record of expenditures, Aug. 1910 - May 1913

Physical Location: Item number 7, Box number 16, Shelf I2.200.A8
 

Record of expenditures on account of work orders, May 1912 - Sep. 1916

Physical Location: Item number 836, Box number 277, Shelf I2.200.L7
 

Register of debits and credits to joint accounts, 56 C, Jul. 1911 - Nov. 1911

Physical Location: Item number 508, Shelf I2.200.E10
 

Register of debits and credits to joint accounts, 56 D, 1912

Physical Location: Item number 505, Shelf I2.200.E10
 

Register of debits and credits to joint accounts, 57, Jan. 1911 - Jun. 1911

Physical Location: Item number 507, Shelf I2.200.E10
 

Beaver Hill Coal Company

 

Abstract of debits and credits, 1922 - 1925

Physical Location: Item number 932, Box number 289, Shelf I2.200.D5
 

Abstract of debits and credits, cost of production, Jul. 1909 - Jun. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 929, Box number 281, Shelf I2.200.D4
 

Authority for expenditure, 1918 - 1922

Physical Location: Item number 933, Box number 289, Shelf I2.200.D5
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jul. 1906 - May 1910

Physical Location: Item number 935, Box number 287, Shelf I2.200.L9
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Nov. 1907 - Mar. 1909

Physical Location: Item number 2954, Box number 150, Shelf I2.200.B3
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Apr. 1909 - Mar. 1910

Physical Location: Item number 2958, Box number 367, Shelf I2.200.P9
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jul. 1912 - Dec. 1918

Physical Location: Item number 931, Box number 288, Shelf I2.200.D4
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Feb. 1919 - Dec. 1923

Physical Location: Item number 934, Box number 290, Shelf I2.200.D5
 

Bills collectible ledger, 1921 - 1925

Physical Location: Item number 948, Box number 298, Shelf I2.200.I6
 

Bills collectible ledger, 1, Jul. 1906 - Jul. 1911

Physical Location: Item number 930, Box number 288, Shelf I2.200.D4
 

Bills collectible ledger, 1, May 1914 - Aug. 1922

Physical Location: Item number 2616, Box number 482, Shelf I2.200.U9
 

Cash book, May 1897 - Mar. 1898

Physical Location: Item number 1017, Box number 341, Shelf I2.200.O7
 

Cash book, 1898 - 1902

Physical Location: Item number 2621, Box number 480, Shelf I2.200.U9
 

Cash book, 1903 - 1904

Physical Location: Item number 2620, Box number 480, Shelf I2.200.U9
 

Cash book, Jan. 1905 - Jul. 1906

Physical Location: Item number 2656, Box number 365, Shelf I2.200.P8
 

Cash book, 1, Oct. 1906 - Mar. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 2618, Box number 481, Shelf I2.200.F5
 

Cash disbursements, Oct. 1909 - Jun. 1911

Physical Location: Item number 697, Box number 227, Shelf I2.200.D2
 

Cash disbursements, Jul. 1911 - Mar. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 696, Box number 226, Shelf I2.200.D2
 

Cash disbursements, Oct. 1919 - Dec. 1923

Physical Location: Item number 966, Box number 298, Shelf I2.200.I6
 

Cash disbursements, CAB, Jan. 1924 - Sep. 1925

Physical Location: Item number 946, Box number 293, Shelf I2.200.D5
 

Cash receipts, Oct. 1909 - Mar. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 695, Box number 226, Shelf I2.200.D2
 

Cash receipts, Jan. 1921 - Dec. 1923

Physical Location: Item number 950, Box number 293, Shelf I2.200.D5
 

Cash receipts and cash disbursements, Aug. 1909 - Sep. 1909

Physical Location: Item number 2617, Box number 481, Shelf I2.200.F5
 

Detail of property investment, 1924 - 1925

Physical Location: Item number 947, Box number 293, Shelf I2.200.D5
 

Detail of property investment, Apr. 1924

Physical Location: Item number 967, Box number 298, Shelf I2.200.I6
 

Detail of revenue accounts, Oct. 1909 - Jun. 1910

Physical Location: Item number 2537, Box number 352, Shelf I2.200.E3
 

General managers' orders, Sep. 1910 - Jun. 1924

Physical Location: Item number 928, Box number 281, Shelf I2.200.D4
 

General managers' orders, record of expenditures on work orders, Jun. 1912 - Aug. 1921

Physical Location: Item number 936, Box number 290, Shelf I2.200.D5
 

Index to corporate files, 1924

Physical Location: Item number 968, Box number 298, Shelf I2.200.I6
 

Journal, 1891 - 1897

Physical Location: Item number 2657, Box number 364, Shelf I2.200.P8
 

Pay roll register, Oct. 1922 - Sep. 1923

Physical Location: Item number 969, Box number 298, Shelf I2.200.I6
 

Record of depreciation, May 1912 - June 1924

Physical Location: Item number 2623, Box number 483, Shelf I2.200.V7
 

Record of expenditures on account of work orders, Jul. 1919 - Dec. 1920

Physical Location: Item number 970, Box number 298, Shelf I2.200.I6
 

Record of pay roll and time vouchers, May 1919 - May 1924

Physical Location: Item number 2622, Box number 483, Shelf I2.200.V7
 

Register of bills collectible and department bills, Aug. 1906 - Oct. 1910

Physical Location: Item number 2969, Shelf I2.200.H11] Form AL 24-0
 

Register of bills collectible and department bills, 2, Aug. 1922 - Oct. 1925

Physical Location: Item number 2619, Box number 482, Shelf I2.200.U9
 

Trial balances, Jul. 1901 - May 1917

Physical Location: Item number 2615, Box number 478, Shelf I2.200.U9
 

Bullfrog Bank & Trust Company

 

Cash balances, daily, 1940 - 1941

Physical Location: Item number 740, Box number 243, Shelf I2.200.J7
 

California Northeastern Railway

 

Bank checks, Jul.1905 - Aug. 1906

Physical Location: Item number 495, Box number 145, Shelf I2.200.G7
 

California Street Railroad

 

Cash book, Treasurer, Oct. 1877 - Sep. 1883

Physical Location: Item number 448, Box number 128, Shelf I2.200.F7
 

Central Pacific Railroad

 

Abstracts of cash disbursements, Sacramento Division, Apr. 1912 - May 1912

Physical Location: Item number 653, Box number 208, Shelf I2.200.C7
 

Abstract of disbursements, Jan. 1910 - Dec. 1911

Physical Location: Item number 965, Box number 299, Shelf I2.200.J6
 

Abstract of earnings and operating expenses, 1876 - 1879

Physical Location: Item number 252, Shelf I2.200.C10
 

Abstract of earnings and operating expenses, 1880 - 1882

Physical Location: Item number 253, Shelf I2.200.C10
 

Abstract of earnings and operating expenses, 1883 - 1885

Physical Location: Item number 254, Shelf I2.200.C10
 

Accounts payable, 1, Jul. 1900 - Apr. 1906

Physical Location: Item number 312, Box number 121, Shelf I2.200.B2
 

Accounts payable journal, May 1906 - Jun. 1959

Physical Location: Item number 109, Box number 49, Shelf I2.200.A6
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, 1910 - 1913

Physical Location: Item number 771, Box number 174, Shelf I2.200.G6
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jun. 20, 1914 - Dec. 31, 1915

Physical Location: Item number 20, Box number 4, Shelf I2.200.A2
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan., 1916 - Dec., 1917

Physical Location: Item number 21, Box number 5, Shelf I2.200.A2
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1918 - Dec. 1919

Physical Location: Item number 22, Box number 6, Shelf I2.200.A2
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1920 - Dec. 1921

Physical Location: Item number 23, Box number 9, Shelf I2.200.A2
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1922 - Dec. 1923

Physical Location: Item number 24, Box number 10, Shelf I2.200.A2
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1924 - Dec. 1925

Physical Location: Item number 25, Box number 11, Shelf I2.200.A2
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1926 - Dec. 1926

Physical Location: Item number 26, Box number 6, Shelf I2.200.A2
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1927 - Dec. 1928

Physical Location: Item number 27, Box number 12, Shelf I2.200.A3
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1929 - Dec. 1930

Physical Location: Item number 28, Box number 13, Shelf I2.200.A3
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1931 - Dec. 1932

Physical Location: Item number 29, Box number 14, Shelf I2.200.A3
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1933 - Dec. 1935

Physical Location: Item number 30, Box number 17, Shelf I2.200.A3
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1948 - Dec. 1949

Physical Location: Item number 31, Box number 17, Shelf I2.200.A3
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1950 - Dec. 1950

Physical Location: Item number 32, Box number 18, Shelf I2.200.A3
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1953 - Dec. 1955

Physical Location: Item number 33, Box number 18, Shelf I2.200.A3
 

Car service balance, Jan. 1923 - Oct. 1924

Physical Location: Item number 489, Box number 144, Shelf I2.200.G7
 

Cash book, 1; General, Jul. 1870 - Apr. 1873

Physical Location: Item number 96, Shelf I2.200.B10
 

Cash book, May 1873 - Nov. 1873

Physical Location: Item number 95, Shelf I2.200.A10
 

Cash book, Nov. 1, 1878 - Mar. 31, 1881

Physical Location: Item number 91, Shelf I2.200.A10
 

Cash book, Jul. 1905 - Nov. 1914

Physical Location: Item number 97, Shelf I2.200.A10
 

Cash book, Apr. 1906 - Jun. 1907

Physical Location: Item number 179, Box number 61, Shelf I2.200.N11
 

Cash book, 3, Jun. 1920 - Sep. 1928

Physical Location: Item number 105, Shelf I2.200.A11
 

Cash book, 4, Oct. 1928 - Sep. 1933

Physical Location: Item number 111, Shelf I2.200.B10
 

Cash book, D; Paymasters, Sep. 1875 - Nov. 1877

Physical Location: Item number 101, Shelf I2.200.A11
 

Cash book, E; Paymasters, Dec. 1877 - Jun. 1880

Physical Location: Item number 100, Shelf I2.200.A11
 

Cash book, F; Paymasters, Jul. 1880 - Aug. 1882

Physical Location: Item number 102, Shelf I2.200.A11
 

Cash book, G; Paymasters, Aug. 1882 - Jan. 1884

Physical Location: Item number 98, Shelf I2.200.A10
 

Cash book, H; Paymasters, Feb. 1884 - Sep. 1887

Physical Location: Item number 99, Shelf I2.200.A10
 

Cash book, I; Paymasters, Apr. 1885 - Mar. 1900

Physical Location: Item number 103, Shelf I2.200.B10
 

Cash book, Treasurers, [2]; general, Mar. 1870 - Jun. 1870

Physical Location: Item number 93, Shelf I2.200.A10
 

Cash book, Treasurers, Jan. 1891 - Jul. 1899

Physical Location: Item number 89, Shelf I2.200.A10
 

Cash book, Treasurers, Jan. 2, 1877 - October 31, 1878

Physical Location: Item number 92, Shelf I2.200.A10
 

Cash book, Treasurers, Apr. 1, 1881 - Sep. 29, 1883

Physical Location: Item number 90, Shelf I2.200.A10
 

Cash book, Treasurers, Oct. 1883 - Dec. 1890

Physical Location: Item number 104, Shelf I2.200.B10
 

Cash book, Treasurers, Jul. 1905 - Jun. 1920

Physical Location: Item number 94, Shelf I2.200.A10
 

Cash book, Treasurers, Feb. 1915 - Sep. 1915

Physical Location: Item number 464, Box number 137, Shelf I2.200.F9
 

Cash book, 4, Treasurers, Oct. 1915 - May 1916

Physical Location: Item number 477, Box number 138, Shelf I2.200.F9
 

Cash book, 17, Treasurers, May 1924 - Jan. 1925

Physical Location: Item number 476, Box number 138, Shelf I2.200.F9
 

Cash book, 18, Treasurers, Jan. 1925 - Sep. 1925

Physical Location: Item number 463, Box number 138, Shelf I2.200.F9
 

Cash book, 22, Treasurer's memorandum, Sep. 1927 - May 1928

Physical Location: Item number 478, Box number 138, Shelf I2.200.F9
 

Cash disbursements, Jun. 4, 1924 - Dec. 31, 1927

Physical Location: Item number 40, Box number 22, Shelf I2.200.A3
 

Cash disbursements, Sacramento division, Jan. 1928 - Mar. 1928

Physical Location: Item number 659, Box number 212, Shelf I2.200.B6
 

Cash disbursements, Sacramento division, Apr. 1928 - Jun. 1928

Physical Location: Item number 661, Box number 214, Shelf I2.200.B6
 

Cash disbursements, Sacramento division, Oct. 1928 - Dec. 1928

Physical Location: Item number 656, Box number 210, Shelf I2.200.B6
 

Cash disbursements, Sacramento division, Jan. 1929 - Mar. 1929

Physical Location: Item number 660, Box number 213, Shelf I2.200.B6
 

Cash disbursements, Sacramento division, Jun. 1929

Physical Location: Item number 652, Box number 198, Shelf I2.200.C7
 

Cash disbursements, Sacramento division, Jul. 1929 - Sep. 1929

Physical Location: Item number 662, Box number 212, Shelf I2.200.B6
 

Cash disbursements, Sacramento division, Dec. 1929

Physical Location: Item number 654, Box number 208, Shelf I2.200.C7
 

Cash receipts, Operating Department, Jan. 1872 - Dec. 1872

Physical Location: Item number 169, Shelf I2.200.B10
 

Cash receipts, Operating Department, Aug. 1874 - May 1875

Physical Location: Item number 170, Shelf I2.200.B11
 

Cash receipts, Operating Department, Oct. 1876 - May 1877

Physical Location: Item number 174, Shelf I2.200.C10
 

Cash receipts, Operating Department, Jun. 1877 - Dec. 1877

Physical Location: Item number 172, Shelf I2.200.B10
 

Cash receipts, Operating Department, Jan. 1878 - Aug. 1878

Physical Location: Item number 167, Shelf I2.200.B2
 

Cash receipts, Operating Department, Apr. 1879 - Dec. 1879

Physical Location: Item number 267, Shelf I2.200.D11
 

Cash receipts, Operating Department, Dec. 1879 - Aug. 1880

Physical Location: Item number 260, Shelf I2.200.C11
 

Cash receipts, Operating Department, Aug. 1880 - Mar. 1881

Physical Location: Item number 261, Shelf I2.200.C11
 

Cash receipts, Operating Department, Mar. 1881 - Oct. 1881

Physical Location: Item number 266, Shelf I2.200.D11
 

Cash receipts, Operating Department, Oct. 1881 - May 1882

Physical Location: Item number 262, Shelf I2.200.C11
 

Cash receipts, Operating Department, May 1882 - Nov. 1882

Physical Location: Item number 265, Shelf I2.200.C11
 

Cash receipts, Operating Department, Nov. 1882 - May 1883

Physical Location: Item number 263, Shelf I2.200.C11
 

Cash receipts, Operating Department, Nov. 1883 - May 1884

Physical Location: Item number 264, Shelf I2.200.C11
 

Cash receipts, Operating Department, May 1884 - Oct. 1884

Physical Location: Item number 166, Shelf I2.200.B10
 

Cash receipts, Operating Department, Oct. 1884 - Apr. 1885

Physical Location: Item number 171, Shelf I2.200.B11
 

Cash receipts, Operating Department, Apr. 1885 - Mar. 1893

Physical Location: Item number 173, Shelf I2.200.C10
 

Cash receipts, Operating Department, Apr. 1885 - Nov. 1888

Physical Location: Item number 259, Shelf I2.200.C10
 

Cash receipts, Apr. 1906 - Apr. 1917

Physical Location: Item number 389, Shelf I2.200.E11
 

Cash receipts, Jan. 2, 1919 - May 16, 1924

Physical Location: Item number 39, Box number 21, Shelf I2.200.A3
 

Cash receipts, Jan. 3, 1925 - Dec. 31, 1927

Physical Location: Item number 37, Box number 20, Shelf I2.200.A3
 

Cash receipts, Jan. 2, 1929 - Dec. 31, 1931

Physical Location: Item number 38, Box number 20, Shelf I2.200.A3
 

Commissary stock ledger, Jan. 1907 - Sep. 1910

Physical Location: Item number 480, Box number 143, Shelf I2.200.C3
 

Employees service and compensation cumulating sheet, Sacramento division, Mar. 1930

Physical Location: Item number 664, Box number 215, Shelf I2.200.H9
 

Expense vouchers, Mar. 1907 - Nov. 1907

Physical Location: Item number 792, Box number 253, Shelf I2.200.D3
 

Journal, Oct. 1906 - Apr. 1909

Physical Location: Item number 190, Box number 65, Shelf I2.200.B7
 

Journal, Jun. 1907 - Dec. 1907

Physical Location: Item number 136, Box number 54, Shelf I2.200.A4
 

Journal, Feb. 1908 - Sep. 1908

Physical Location: Item number 206, Box number 79, Shelf I2.200.A7
 

Journal, Jun. 1911 - Oct. 1911

Physical Location: Item number 227, Box number 79, Shelf I2.200.A7
 

Journal, 1916 - 1916

Physical Location: Item number 137, Box number 52, Shelf I2.200.C7
 

Journal, Federal, 1919 - 1919

Physical Location: Item number 191, Box number 61, Shelf I2.200.N11
 

Journal, Federal, 1920 - 1920

Physical Location: Item number 185, Box number 62, Shelf I2.200.N11
 

Journal, 1922 - 1922

Physical Location: Item number 142, Box number 58, Shelf I2.200.A7
 

Journal, Operative, 1926 - 1926

Physical Location: Item number 156, Box number 55, Shelf I2.200.A4
 

Journal, Railway clubs II, Jul. 1913 - Jun. 1915

Physical Location: Item number 485, Box number 143, Shelf I2.200.C3
 

Journal, Steamship, Jan. 1913 - Nov. 1919

Physical Location: Item number 224, Box number 76, Shelf I2.200.C8
 

Labor distribution sheet / distribution of labor, bridge and building department, Sacramento division, Aug. 1912 - Sep. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 658, Box number 210, Shelf I2.200.B6
 

Labor distribution sheet / distribution of labor, bridge and building department, Sacramento division, Oct. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 663, Box number 214, Shelf I2.200.B6
 

Labor distribution sheet / distribution of labor, bridge and building department, Sacramento division, Jan. 1913 - Feb. 1913

Physical Location: Item number 657, Box number 211, Shelf I2.200.B6
 

Labor distribution sheet, Sacramento division, Jul. 1928 - Sep. 1928

Physical Location: Item number 775, Box number 249, Shelf I2.200.H6
 

Ledger, C, 3, Jul. 1894 - Jun. 1897

Physical Location: Item number 213, Box number 74, Shelf I2.200.C8
 

Ledger, Jun. 30 1905 - Mar. 31 1921

Physical Location: Item number 165, Shelf I2.200.C10
 

Ledger, 1917

Physical Location: Item number 188, Box number 61, Shelf I2.200.N11
 

Ledger, Jan. 1918 - Dec. 1923

Physical Location: Item number 192, Box number 67, Shelf I2.200.B8
 

Ledger, E, 1925 - 1932

Physical Location: Item number 163, Shelf I2.200.C10
 

Ledger, F, Dec. 31, 1932 - Dec. 31, 1944

Physical Location: Item number 164, Shelf I2.200.C10
 

Receipts, 2, 1455 to 2921, Dec. 1910 - Apr. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 461, Box number 141, Shelf I2.200.C3
 

Receipts, Nos. 222 to 5313, Apr. 1912 - Oct. 1913

Physical Location: Item number 460, Box number 141, Shelf I2.200.C3
 

Register of bills collectible, Jun. 1921 - Oct. 1924

Physical Location: Item number 181, Box number 62, Shelf I2.200.N11
 

Statement of expenditures, Jul. 1, 1908 - May 31, 1925

Physical Location: Item number 18, Box number 5, Shelf I2.200.A2
 

Statement of expenditures, 1923 - 1924

Physical Location: Item number 19, Box number 4, Shelf I2.200.A2
 

Tax journal, 1906 - 1906

Physical Location: Item number 183, Box number 62, Shelf I2.200.N11
 

Tax journal, cities, 1907 - 1907

Physical Location: Item number 144, Box number 48, Shelf I2.200.B9
 

Tax journal, cities, 1909 - 1909

Physical Location: Item number 127, Box number 39, Shelf I2.200.B9
 

Tax journal, cities, 1911 - 1911

Physical Location: Item number 158, Box number 53, Shelf I2.200.C7
 

Tax journal, 1915 - 1916

Physical Location: Item number 124, Box number 53, Shelf I2.200.C7
 

Tax journal, counties, 1906 - 1906

Physical Location: Item number 148, Box number 66, Shelf I2.200.B7
 

Tax journal, counties in California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, 1908 - 1908

Physical Location: Item number 128, Box number 47, Shelf I2.200.B9
 

Tax journal, counties in California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, 1909 - 1909

Physical Location: Item number 126, Box number 39, Shelf I2.200.B9
 

Tax journal, counties in California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, 1910 - 1910

Physical Location: Item number 145, Box number 48, Shelf I2.200.B9
 

Tax journal, counties in California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, 1911 - 1911

Physical Location: Item number 149, Box number 57, Shelf I2.200.A7
 

Tax journal, counties in California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, 1912 - 1912

Physical Location: Item number 147, Box number 47, Shelf I2.200.B9
 

Tax journal, non-operative, 1911

Physical Location: Item number 131, Box number 54, Shelf I2.200.A4
 

Tax journal, non-operative, 1919

Physical Location: Item number 189, Box number 61, Shelf I2.200.N11
 

Tax journal, non-operative, 1920

Physical Location: Item number 186, Box number 62, Shelf I2.200.N11
 

Tax journal, non-operative, 1921

Physical Location: Item number 143, Box number 48, Shelf I2.200.B9
 

Tax journal, non-operative, 1923

Physical Location: Item number 151, Box number 58, Shelf I2.200.A7
 

Tax journal, non-operative, 1924

Physical Location: Item number 157, Box number 55, Shelf I2.200.A4
 

Tax journal, non-operative, 1925

Physical Location: Item number 146, Box number 48, Shelf I2.200.B9
 

Tax journal, non-operative, 1926

Physical Location: Item number 154, Box number 56, Shelf I2.200.A7
 

Tax journal, non-operative, 1927

Physical Location: Item number 153, Box number 56, Shelf I2.200.A7
 

Tax journal, non-operative, 1928

Physical Location: Item number 155, Box number 55, Shelf I2.200.A4
 

Tax journal, non-operative, cities and towns, 1911 - 1911

Physical Location: Item number 150, Box number 57, Shelf I2.200.A7
 

Tax journal, non-operative, counties, 1917 - 1917

Physical Location: Item number 134, Box number 40, Shelf I2.200.B9
 

Tax journal, operative, 1921

Physical Location: Item number 132, Box number 40, Shelf I2.200.B9
 

Tax journal, operative, 1922

Physical Location: Item number 129, Box number 40, Shelf I2.200.B9
 

Tax journal, operative, 1923

Physical Location: Item number 140, Box number 52, Shelf I2.200.C7
 

Tax journal, operative, 1924

Physical Location: Item number 139, Box number 52, Shelf I2.200.C7
 

Tax journal, operative, 1925

Physical Location: Item number 138, Box number 52, Shelf I2.200.C7
 

Tax journal, operative, 1927

Physical Location: Item number 133, Box number 40, Shelf I2.200.B9
 

Tax journal, operative, 1928

Physical Location: Item number 152, Box number 56, Shelf I2.200.A7
 

Tax journal, operative, county, 1913

Physical Location: Item number 135, Box number 47, Shelf I2.200.B9
 

Tax journal, operative, county, 1914

Physical Location: Item number 130, Box number 39, Shelf I2.200.B9
 

Time vouchers ledger, 1, May 1906 - Oct. 1909

Physical Location: Item number 141, Box number 55, Shelf I2.200.A4
 

Trial balance, Jun. 1902 - Jun. 1904

Physical Location: Item number 487, Box number 131, Shelf I2.200.F7
 

Chek Ea Line?

 

Record of accounts payable, Aug. 1891 - Jul. 1899

Physical Location: Item number 945, Box number 292, Shelf I2.200.D5
 

Commercial Warehouse Company

 

Journal, Feb. 1910 - Dec. 1913

Physical Location: Item number 72, Box number 43, Shelf I2.200.A6
 

Compania de Navegacion Sud Pacifico

 

Journal, Nov. 1910 - Dec. 1933

Physical Location: Item number 256, Box number 87, Shelf I2.200.C9
 

Contract & Finance Company

 

Timber day book, Jan. 1873 - Oct. 1874

Physical Location: Item number 1062, Box number 506, Shelf I2.200.G10
 

Timber ledger, Jan. 1873 - Oct. 1874

Physical Location: Item number 1061, Box number 505, Shelf I2.200.G10
 

Coos Bay Oregon Coal Company

 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Aug. 8, 1921 - Dec. 31, 1924

Physical Location: Item number 3, Box number 2, Shelf I2.200.A2
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Feb. 28,1925 - Dec. 31, 1929

Physical Location: Item number 4, Box number 2, Shelf I2.200.A2
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 31, 1930 - Aug. 31, 1943

Physical Location: Item number 5, Box number 3, Shelf I2.200.A2
 

Cash disbursements, Dec. 1914 - Dec. 1916

Physical Location: Item number 2761, Box number 486, Shelf I2.200.V7
 

Cash disbursements, 1916 - 1929

Physical Location: Item number 2683, Box number 442, Shelf I2.200.E6
 

Coos Bay, Roseburg & Eastern Railroad & Navigation Company

 

Cash book, Dec. 1887 - Sep. 1890

Physical Location: Item number 2738, Box number 450, Shelf I2.200.F3
 

Cash book, Oct. 1891 - Dec. 1892

Physical Location: Item number 2740, Box number 450, Shelf I2.200.F3
 

Cash book, Dec. 1892 - Jul. 1893

Physical Location: Item number 939, Box number 291, Shelf I2.200.D5
 

Cash book, Aug. 1893 - Dec. 1894

Physical Location: Item number 944, Box number 292, Shelf I2.200.D5
 

Cash book, Jan. 1895 - Nov. 1898

Physical Location: Item number 2730, Box number 451, Shelf I2.200.T8
 

Cash book, Jan. 1898 - Oct. 1899

Physical Location: Item number 942, Box number 292, Shelf I2.200.D5
 

Cash book, Dec. 1898 - Dec. 1899

Physical Location: Item number 2731, Box number 451, Shelf I2.200.T8
 

Cash book, Dec. 1899 - Jan. 1900

Physical Location: Item number 940, Box number 291, Shelf I2.200.D5
 

Cash book, Dec. 1899 - Feb. 1900

Physical Location: Item number 2739, Box number 451, Shelf I2.200.T8
 

Cash book, Dec. 1899 - May 1900

Physical Location: Item number 2733, Box number 452, Shelf I2.200.F3
 

Cash book, Dec. 1899 - Nov. 1902

Physical Location: Item number 2734, Box number 452, Shelf I2.200.F3
 

Cash book, Dec. 1902 - Oct. 1903

Physical Location: Item number 941, Box number 292, Shelf I2.200.D5
 

Cash book, 1, Oct. 1906 - Mar. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 2729, Box number 450, Shelf I2.200.F3
 

Cash book, Receiver's, Aug. 1905 - Aug. 1906

Physical Location: Item number 2736, Box number 452, Shelf I2.200.F3
 

Cash book, 1, Receiver's, Jul. 1906 - Sep. 1906

Physical Location: Item number 938, Box number 291, Shelf I2.200.D5
 

Cash disbursements, Oct. 1909 - Jun. 1911

Physical Location: Item number 2521, Box number 449, Shelf I2.200.F3
 

Cash disbursements, Jul. 1911 - Mar. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 2522, Box number 449, Shelf I2.200.F3
 

Cash receipts, Oct. 1909 - Mar. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 2523, Box number 349, Shelf I2.200.E3
 

Cash receipts and cash disbursements ledger, Treasurer's, Aug. 1909 - Sep. 1909

Physical Location: Item number 2728, Box number 449, Shelf I2.200.F3
 

Detail of revenue accounts, Oct. 1909 - Jun. 1910

Physical Location: Item number 2541, Box number 352, Shelf I2.200.E3
 

Journal, H; Marshfield Station, Dec. 1898 - Dec. 1899

Physical Location: Item number 2735, Box number 462, Shelf I2.200.F4
 

Corvallis & Eastern Railroad

 

Bills collectible and office bills, revenue accounts, Jul. 1910 - Jul. 1913

Physical Location: Item number 450, Box number 128, Shelf I2.200.F7
 

Earnings and expenses, Jan. 1898 - Jun. 1898

Physical Location: Item number 451, Box number 128, Shelf I2.200.F7
 

Dawson Railway

 

Accounts payable and receivable, 1, Apr. 1904 - May. 1905

Physical Location: Item number 2664, Box number 362, Shelf I2.200.P7
 

Accounts receivable, 1, Jul. 1903 - Mar. 1904

Physical Location: Item number 1015, Box number 340, Shelf I2.200.O7
 

Accounts receivable, 2, Dec. 1902 - Jul. 1905

Physical Location: Item number 1014, Box number 340, Shelf I2.200.O7
 

Cost of construction, 1900 - 1905

Physical Location: Item number 2957, Box number 367, Shelf I2.200.P9
 

Daily cash balances, 1, Oct. 1903 - Mar. 1904

Physical Location: Item number 955, Box number 295, Shelf I2.200.D6
 

General cash book, 1, Aug. 1903 - Mar. 1904

Physical Location: Item number 2670, Box number 366, Shelf I2.200.P8
 

Trial balance, Nov. 1905 - Dec. 1924

Physical Location: Item number 1011, Box number 339, Shelf I2.200.O7
 

Dawson Railway & Coal Company

 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1944 - Nov. 1948

Physical Location: Item number 828, Box number 274, Shelf I2.200.D4
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, N, Jan. 1927 - Dec. 1928

Physical Location: Item number 827, Box number 274, Shelf I2.200.D4
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, N, Jan. 1936 - Dec. 1943

Physical Location: Item number 829, Box number 274, Shelf I2.200.D4
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, New York, Feb. 1906 - Jun. 1907

Physical Location: Item number 2953, Box number 150, Shelf I2.200.B3
 

Trial balance, Feb. 1906 - Dec. 1924

Physical Location: Item number 1012, Box number 339, Shelf I2.200.O7
 

DCH&C?

 

Ledger, Mar. 1920 - Jun. 1925

Physical Location: Item number 604, Box number 187, Shelf I2.200.C4
 

Durango Land Company

 

Cash book, 1, Mar. 1911 - Dec. 1921

Physical Location: Item number 404, Box number 126, Shelf I2.200.C3
 

General balance sheet, Jul. 1912 - Dec. 1917

Physical Location: Item number 431, Box number 125, Shelf I2.200.C2
 

Eagle Salt Works

 

Abstract of debits and credits, May 1911 - Jun. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 2559, Box number 352, Shelf I2.200.E3
 

Abstract of debits and credits, Jul. 1911 - Jun. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 2560, Box number 352, Shelf I2.200.E3
 

Account with Central Pacific Railway Company, Correspondence, 1916 - 1930

Physical Location: Item number 2842, Box number 228, Shelf I2.200.D2
 

Accounting department bulletins, 1 to 6, 1912 - 1913

Physical Location: Item number 699, Box number 228, Shelf I2.200.D2
 

Audited vouchers, 1 to 272, May 1911 - Jan. 1913

Physical Location: Item number 700, Box number 228, Shelf I2.200.D2
 

Bills collectible, May 1911 - Nov. 1915

Physical Location: Item number 2762, Box number 458, Shelf I2.200.T9
 

Cash book, 1, Jul. 1911 - Mar. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 2551, Box number 347, Shelf I2.200.O9
 

Cash disbursements and cash receipts, Dec. 1910 - Mar. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 698, Box number 227, Shelf I2.200.D2
 

Register of audited vouchers and department bills, Oct. 1911 - Oct. 1915

Physical Location: Item number 2763, Box number 458, Shelf I2.200.T9
 

Transferred monthly statements and bills, Mar. 1911 - Oct. 1913

Physical Location: Item number 2550, Box number 353, Shelf I2.200.E3
 

Vouchers, Letterpress, Aug. 1911 - Sep. 1913

Physical Location: Item number 2562, Box number 441, Shelf I2.200.E6
 

East Coast Oil

 

Bills collectible ledger, Jan. 1917 - Dec. 1924

Physical Location: Item number 2765, Box number 459, Shelf I2.200.T9
 

Register of bills collectible and department bills, Sep. 1916 - Jul. 1922

Physical Location: Item number 2769, Shelf I2.200.I11
 

Register of vouchers payable and department bills, Oct. 1919 - Mar. 1922

Physical Location: Item number 2770, Shelf I2.200.J10
 

Register of vouchers payable and department bills, Sep. 1916 - Sep. 1919

Physical Location: Item number 2771, Shelf I2.200.J10
 

Eel River & Eureka Railroad

 

Cash book, Nov. 1882 - Jan. 1887

Physical Location: Item number 2557, Box number 351, Shelf I2.200.E3
 

Checks issued, with Humboldt Bank, Jul. 1903 - May 1904

Physical Location: Item number 2558, Box number 351, Shelf I2.200.E3
 

General cash book, Jan. 1892 - Dec. 1900

Physical Location: Item number 2556, Box number 350, Shelf I2.200.A7
 

Journal, 5, Apr. 1902 - Jun. 1904

Physical Location: Item number 806, Box number 259, Shelf I2.200.K7
 

Ledger, 2, Jan. 1892 - Dec. 1895

Physical Location: Item number 807, Box number 260, Shelf I2.200.K7
 

El Paso & Northeastern

 

Accounts payable, record of drafts or notes, 1905 - 1910

Physical Location: Item number 868, Box number 279, Shelf I2.200.D4
 

Accounts receivable, 2, Mar. 1902 - Mar. 1904

Physical Location: Item number 2603, Box number 472, Shelf I2.200.F4
 

Accounts receivable, 2, copy 2 of 2, Jan. 1903 - Jun. 1905

Physical Location: Item number 2596, Box number 473, Shelf I2.200.F4
 

Accounts receivable, copy 1 of 2, Jan. 1903 - Jun. 1905

Physical Location: Item number 992, Box number 306, Shelf I2.200.E2
 

Balance book, Foreign roads, freight, ticket and car service accounts, 1, Mar. 1898 - Aug. 1900

Physical Location: Item number 2634, Box number 401, Shelf I2.200.R7
 

Balance sheet of general ledger, Jan. 1929 - Nov. 1937

Physical Location: Item number 2626, Box number 442, Shelf I2.200.E6
 

Balance sheets, Jan. 1929 - Nov. 1937

Physical Location: Item number 1041, Box number 493, Shelf I2.200.F6
 

Bill index, Mar. 1902

Physical Location: Item number 1038, Box number 491, Shelf I2.200.F6
 

Cash book, 1, Jan. 1899 - May 1901

Physical Location: Item number 2631, Box number 401, Shelf I2.200.R7
 

Cash book, 2, Jun. 1901 - May 1902

Physical Location: Item number 2633, Box number 406, Shelf I2.200.R8
 

Cash book, 2, Oct. 1902 - Dec. 1902

Physical Location: Item number 1040, Box number 491, Shelf I2.200.F6
 

Cash book, 3, May 1903 - Jul. 1905

Physical Location: Item number 2628, Box number 405, Shelf I2.200.R7
 

Cash book, A; Bank drafts, Jan. 1908 - Dec. 1922

Physical Location: Item number 2632, Box number 409, Shelf I2.200.R8
 

Cash book, Station agent's, Oct. 1904 - Aug. 1905

Physical Location: Item number 2599, Box number 471, Shelf I2.200.U8
 

Cash book; auxiliary, 1; N, Sep. 1903 - Dec. 1904

Physical Location: Item number 994, Box number 306, Shelf I2.200.E2
 

Coal record, 1, Aug. 1903 - Jun. 1905

Physical Location: Item number 2600, Box number 471, Shelf I2.200.U8
 

Coal record, 2, Jul. 1905

Physical Location: Item number 2604, Box number 475, Shelf I2.200.U8
 

Daily cash balances, No. 1, Jul. 1903 - Mar. 1904

Physical Location: Item number 1039, Box number 491, Shelf I2.200.F6
 

Distribution of accounts payable and receivable, 1, Apr. 1904 - May 1905

Physical Location: Item number 2718, Box number 490, Shelf I2.200.V8] Form 445
 

Distribution of expense accounts, unpaid vouchers, revenue, and journal entries, 1900 - 1904

Physical Location: Item number 2483, Box number 490, Shelf I2.200.V8
 

General cash book, 2, Aug. 1902 - May 1905

Physical Location: Item number 2627, Box number 408, Shelf I2.200.R8
 

General cash book, 3, Jun. 1902 - Oct. 1903

Physical Location: Item number 2630, Box number 404, Shelf I2.200.R7
 

General cash book, 4, Oct. 1903 - Jul. 1904

Physical Location: Item number 2629, Box number 409, Shelf I2.200.R8
 

Ledger, 3, Jan. 1896 - Jun. 1903

Physical Location: Item number 2601, Box number 476, Shelf I2.200.U8
 

Register of bills and list of vouchers, copies of journal entries, Jan. 1899 - Dec. 1899

Physical Location: Item number 1048, Box number 491, Shelf I2.200.F6
 

Register of bills and list of vouchers, Journal vouchers, Feb. 1899 - May 1900

Physical Location: Item number 1049, Box number 491, Shelf I2.200.F6
 

Trial balance [Accounts current] Jan. 1906 - Dec. 1924

Physical Location: Item number 2605, Box number 472, Shelf I2.200.F4
 

Voucher index, 2, Jan. 1900 - Dec. 1900

Physical Location: Item number 2598, Box number 473, Shelf I2.200.F4
 

Voucher index, 3, Jan. 1901 - Dec. 1901

Physical Location: Item number 2597, Box number 473, Shelf I2.200.F4
 

Voucher name index, 3, Jan. 1901 - Dec. 1901

Physical Location: Item number 2607, Box number 475, Shelf I2.200.U8
 

Voucher index, 5, Jan. 1903 - Nov. 1903

Physical Location: Item number 1001, Box number 309, Shelf I2.200.E3
 

Vouchers and pay rolls, Jan. 1899 - Nov. 1900

Physical Location: Item number 1050, Box number 491, Shelf I2.200.F6
 

El Paso & Rock Island Railway

 

General cash book, 1, Apr. 1903 - Mar. 1904

Physical Location: Item number 398, Box number 135, Shelf I2.200.F8
 

Trial balance, Nov. 1905 - Dec. 1924

Physical Location: Item number 396, Box number 135, Shelf I2.200.F8
 

El Paso & Southwestern Railroad

 

Accounts payable ledger, M to Z, CAB, Jan. 1916 - Oct. 1924

Physical Location: Item number 862, Box number 311, Shelf I2.200.L9
 

Accounts payable ledger, A to L, CAB, Jan. 1916 - Oct. 1924

Physical Location: Item number 863, Box number 311, Shelf I2.200.L9
 

Bank ledger, 2, Sep. 1910 - Jan. 1916

Physical Location: Item number 925, Box number 333, Shelf I2.200.N9
 

Bank ledger, 3, Feb. 1916 - Aug. 1924

Physical Location: Item number 924, Box number 333, Shelf I2.200.N9
 

Cash book, May 1899 - Aug. 1899

Physical Location: Item number 888, Box number 318, Shelf I2.200.M8
 

Cash book, 1, Jul. 1902 - Apr. 1903

Physical Location: Item number 855, Shelf I2.200.G11
 

Cash disbursements, A, Aug. 1905 - Jun. 1906

Physical Location: Item number 915, Box number 327, Shelf I2.200.N7
 

Cash disbursements, B, Apr. 1903 - Mar. 1905

Physical Location: Item number 918, Box number 329, Shelf I2.200.N8
 

Cash disbursements, B, Jun. 1906 - Apr. 1907

Physical Location: Item number 892, Box number 320, Shelf I2.200.M8
 

Cash disbursements, B, Federal, Mar. 1919 - Aug. 1924

Physical Location: Item number 926, Box number 333, Shelf I2.200.N9
 

Cash disbursements, C, Mar. 1905 - Jul. 1905

Physical Location: Item number 917, Box number 328, Shelf I2.200.N7
 

Cash disbursements, C, Apr. 1907 - Jan. 1908

Physical Location: Item number 853, Box number 286, Shelf I2.200.L8
 

Cash disbursements, D, Jan. 1908 - Oct. 1908

Physical Location: Item number 866, Box number 313, Shelf I2.200.M7
 

Cash disbursements, G, Jun. 1910 - Mar. 1911

Physical Location: Item number 922, Box number 332, Shelf I2.200.N8
 

Cash disbursements, H, Apr. 1911 - Jan. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 919, Box number 329, Shelf I2.200.N8
 

Cash disbursements, J, Nov. 1912 - Aug. 1913

Physical Location: Item number 889, Box number 318, Shelf I2.200.M8
 

Cash disbursements, K, Aug. 1913 - May 1914

Physical Location: Item number 851, Box number 285, Shelf I2.200.L8
 

Cash disbursements, L, May 1914 - Mar. 1915

Physical Location: Item number 864, Box number 312, Shelf I2.200.L9
 

Cash disbursements, M, Mar. 1915 - Dec. 1915

Physical Location: Item number 895, Box number 321, Shelf I2.200.M9
 

Cash disbursements, N, Dec. 1915 - Oct. 1916

Physical Location: Item number 887, Box number 317, Shelf I2.200.M8
 

Cash disbursements, O, Oct. 1916 - Jun. 1917

Physical Location: Item number 883, Box number 315, Shelf I2.200.M7
 

Cash disbursements, P, Jun. 1917 - Mar. 1918

Physical Location: Item number 886, Box number 317, Shelf I2.200.M8
 

Cash disbursements, Jan. 1918 - May 1919

Physical Location: Item number 856, Box number 287, Shelf I2.200.L9
 

Cash disbursements, Q, Mar. 1918 - Nov. 1920

Physical Location: Item number 897, Box number 322, Shelf I2.200.M9
 

Cash disbursements, R, Nov. 1920 - Jun. 1921

Physical Location: Item number 896, Box number 322, Shelf I2.200.M9
 

Cash disbursements, S, Jun. 1921 - Mar. 1922

Physical Location: Item number 894, Box number 321, Shelf I2.200.M9
 

Cash disbursements, T, Mar. 1922 - Jan. 1923

Physical Location: Item number 914, Box number 327, Shelf I2.200.N7
 

Cash disbursements, U, Jan. 1923 - Sep. 1923

Physical Location: Item number 923, Box number 332, Shelf I2.200.N8
 

Cash disbursements, V, Sep. 1923 - Jun. 1924

Physical Location: Item number 867, Box number 313, Shelf I2.200.M7
 

Cash receipts, A, Aug. 1905 - Apr. 1907

Physical Location: Item number 882, Box number 315, Shelf I2.200.M7
 

Cash receipts, B, Apr. 1903 - Jul. 1905

Physical Location: Item number 916, Box number 328, Shelf I2.200.N7
 

Cash receipts, B, Apr. 1907 - Oct. 1908

Physical Location: Item number 893, Box number 320, Shelf I2.200.M8
 

Cash receipts, C, Oct. 1908 - Apr. 1910

Physical Location: Item number 852, Box number 286, Shelf I2.200.L8
 

Cash receipts, D, Apr. 1910 - Aug. 1911

Physical Location: Item number 913, Box number 326, Shelf I2.200.N7
 

Cash receipts, E, Aug. 1911 - Nov. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 854, Box number 287, Shelf I2.200.L9
 

Cash receipts, F, Nov. 1912 - Jan. 1914

Physical Location: Item number 921, Box number 330, Shelf I2.200.N8
 

Cash receipts, Federal books, Jan. 1918 - Aug. 1924

Physical Location: Item number 927, Box number 334, Shelf I2.200.N9
 

Cash receipts, G, Feb. 1914 - Apr. 1915

Physical Location: Item number 912, Box number 326, Shelf I2.200.N7
 

Cash receipts, H, Apr. 1915 - Jul. 1916

Physical Location: Item number 920, Box number 330, Shelf I2.200.N8
 

Cash receipts, I, Jul. 1916 - Sep. 1917

Physical Location: Item number 890, Box number 319, Shelf I2.200.M8
 

Cash receipts, J, Sep. 1917 - Dec. 1920

Physical Location: Item number 850, Box number 285, Shelf I2.200.L8
 

Cash receipts, K, Jan. 1921 - Feb. 1922

Physical Location: Item number 865, Box number 312, Shelf I2.200.L9
 

Cash receipts, L, Feb. 1922 - Apr. 1923

Physical Location: Item number 884, Box number 316, Shelf I2.200.M7
 

Cash receipts, M, Apr. 1923 - Jul. 1924

Physical Location: Item number 885, Box number 316, Shelf I2.200.M7
 

Cash reports, 2, daily, Jan. 1904 - Dec. 1907

Physical Location: Item number 858, Box number 310, Shelf I2.200.L9
 

Cash reports, 3, daily, Jan. 1908 - Sep. 1910

Physical Location: Item number 857, Box number 287, Shelf I2.200.L9
 

Cash reports, 4, daily, Oct. 1910 - Jun. 1913

Physical Location: Item number 859, Box number 310, Shelf I2.200.L9
 

Detail papers supporting federal journal entry, 568, Jul. 1920

Physical Location: Item number 872, Shelf I2.200.I10
 

Foreign roads car service ledger, federal, Jan. 1918 - Oct. 1921

Physical Location: Item number 447, Box number 132, Shelf I2.200.F7
 

Fuel and telegraph account, 1905 - 1914

Physical Location: Item number 870, Box number 279, Shelf I2.200.D4
 

Fuel ledger, Jan. 1909 - Dec. 1916

Physical Location: Item number 879, Box number 314, Shelf I2.200.M7
 

General auditor's letterpress book, Jun. 1905 - Jul. 1905

Physical Location: Item number 871, Box number 279, Shelf I2.200.D4
 

Ledger, Store department, Mar. 1920 - Dec. 1921

Physical Location: Item number 874, Shelf I2.200.I10
 

Ledger, Store department, Jan. 1922 - Dec. 1923

Physical Location: Item number 873, Shelf I2.200.I10
 

Payment ledger, New York Office, Jan. 1914 - Feb. 1920

Physical Location: Item number 876, Box number 314, Shelf I2.200.M7
 

Journal, Record of deposit, in bank of Bisbee made by agents, Jan. 1902 - Jul. 1904

Physical Location: Item number 2658, Box number 147, Shelf I2.200.B2
 

Telegraph record, 1, Aug. 1905 - Feb. 1911

Physical Location: Item number 878, Box number 314, Shelf I2.200.M7
 

Trial balance, Jun. 1902 - Jun. 1920

Physical Location: Item number 877, Box number 279, Shelf I2.200.D4
 

F.E. Reid Company

 

Journal, Jan. 1885 - Jul. 1885

Physical Location: Item number 911, Box number 281, Shelf I2.200.D4
 

Ft. Bragg & Southeastern Railroad

 

General ledger, 2, Dec. 1905 - Oct. 1907

Physical Location: Item number 677, Box number 220, Shelf I2.200.C6
 

Record of vouchers and bills, Oct. 1903 - Nov. 1905

Physical Location: Item number 678, Box number 220, Shelf I2.200.C6
 

Galveston, Harrisburg & San Antonio Railway

 

Earnings and operating expenses, 1883

Physical Location: Item number 1028, Box number 490, Shelf I2.200.V8
 

Earnings and operating expenses, 1884

Physical Location: Item number 1027, Box number 490, Shelf I2.200.V8
 

Gila Valley, Globe & Northern Railway

 

Journal, N, Feb. 1904 - Jan. 1905

Physical Location: Item number 951, Box number 294, Shelf I2.200.D5
 

Journal, N, Oct. 1905 - May 1906

Physical Location: Item number 952, Box number 294, Shelf I2.200.D5
 

Ledger, 1, Dec. 1904 - Feb. 1909

Physical Location: Item number 687, Box number 223, Shelf I2.200.C6
 

Unclaimed wages ledger, 462, Feb. 1906 - Oct. 1906

Physical Location: Item number 688, Box number 223, Shelf I2.200.C6
 

Golden Gate Ferry Company

 

Accounts receivable journal, Jan.1929 - Apr.1929

Physical Location: Item number 162, Box number 59, Shelf I2.200.B7
 

Cash disbursements and cash receipts, Jan. 1926 - Aug. 1926

Physical Location: Item number 15, Box number 7, Shelf I2.200.A8
 

Detail of general ledger account, commissarial equipment, 1928 - 1950

Physical Location: Item number 2952, Box number 150, Shelf I2.200.B3
 

General ledger, Jan.1926 - Aug.1926

Physical Location: Item number 161, Box number 60, Shelf I2.200.B7
 

Invoice register, Aug. 1926 - May 1929

Physical Location: Item number 159, Box number 60, Shelf I2.200.B7
 

Journal, Apr. 1926 - May 1929

Physical Location: Item number 160, Box number 59, Shelf I2.200.B7
 

Journal and invoice record, Dec. 1924 - Aug.1926

Physical Location: Item number 14, Box number 8, Shelf I2.200.A8
 

Ledger, Apr.1926 - Dec. 31, 1928

Physical Location: Item number 12, Box number 7, Shelf I2.200.A8
 

H.B. Titcomb Company

 

Balance sheet of general ledger, May 1924 - Jun. 1932

Physical Location: Item number 449, Box number 142, Shelf I2.200.C3
 

Ledger, Apr. 5, 1921 - Dec. 31, 1921

Physical Location: Item number 11, Box number 1, Shelf I2.200.A2
 

Ledger, May 31, 1924 - Nov. 30, 1938

Physical Location: Item number 10, Box number 1, Shelf I2.200.A2
 

Hanford & Summit Lake Railway

 

Register of audited vouchers and department bills, Jun. 1910 - Nov. 1913

Physical Location: Item number 837, Box number 276, Shelf I2.200.L7
 

Holton Interurban Railway

 

Cash book, 1, Dec. 1903 - Sep. 1909

Physical Location: Item number 440, Box number 127, Shelf I2.200.F7
 

Cash book, 2, Sep. 1909 - Sep. 1912

Physical Location: Item number 441, Box number 127, Shelf I2.200.F7
 

Cash book, 3, Sep. 1912 - Apr. 1916

Physical Location: Item number 442, Box number 127, Shelf I2.200.F7
 

Detail of general ledger account, 1929 - 1933

Physical Location: Item number 964, Box number 299, Shelf I2.200.J6
 

Detail of general ledger account, 1944 - 1948

Physical Location: Item number 963, Box number 299, Shelf I2.200.J6
 

General ledger, 3, Jan. 1920 - Dec. 1923

Physical Location: Item number 218, Box number 82, Shelf I2.200.A7
 

General ledger, 4, Jan. 1924 - Jan. 1926

Physical Location: Item number 823, Box number 272, Shelf I2.200.D3
 

General ledger, 5, Apr. 1926 - Dec. 1929

Physical Location: Item number 910, Box number 280, Shelf I2.200.D4
 

General ledger, 6, Dec. 1929 - Dec. 1935

Physical Location: Item number 909, Box number 280, Shelf I2.200.D4
 

General ledger, 7, Jan. 1936 - Dec. 1939

Physical Location: Item number 908, Box number 280, Shelf I2.200.D4
 

General ledger, 8, Jan. 1940 - Dec. 1948

Physical Location: Item number 789, Box number 252, Shelf I2.200.J8
 

General ledger, 9, Jan. 1949 - Dec. 1956

Physical Location: Item number 788, Box number 252, Shelf I2.200.J8
 

Operating ledger and general journal, Jan. 1917 - Dec. 1923

Physical Location: Item number 2613, Shelf I2.200.J10