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A Guide to the Tredegar Iron Works Records, 1801-1957 Tredegar Iron Works Records, 1801-1957 23881, 24808

A Guide to the Tredegar Iron Works Records, 1801-1957

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Accession Number 23881, 24808


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Processed by: Renee M. Savits

Repository
Library of Virginia
Accession number
23881, 24808
Title
Tredegar Iron Works Records, 1801-1957
Physical Characteristics
596.33 cubic feet (1343 boxes, 490 volumes on shelf, 7 oversize boxes, 6 oversize map case drawers, and one rolled oversize tube); Box numbers 1-1337
Language
English

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

These materials are available on microfilm and should be served instead of the originals:

Series I: Copies of deeds, etc., c. 1812-1925, Misc. reel 2562.

Series I: Corporate holdings, 1866, Misc. reel 2562.

Series I: Minute books, 1837-1947, Misc. reel 2642.

Series II: Notes and bills payable and receivable, 1856-1864, Misc. reel 2699.

Series III: Foundry record of guns cast, 1861-1865, Misc. reel 2689.

Series III: Guns tested for the US, 1857-1858, Misc. reel 2689.

Series III: Payroll ledger, 1863 Aug. - 1864 Aug., Misc. reel 543.

Series VII: Correspondence, Outgoing: 1861 May-August (Box 886); 1861 August-December (Box 886); 1864 August-December (Box 889); 1864 December-1865 February (Box 890); 1871 June-October (Box 914); and 1875 May-June (Box 949) have been photocopied and bound. Serve bound photocopy instead of originals.

Use Restrictions

There are no use restrictions.

Preferred Citation

Tredegar Iron Works Records, 1801-1957. Accession 23881, 24808. Business records collection, The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.

Acquisition Information

This collection came to the Library of Virginia in five accessions. The bulk of the collection came from the Tredegar Company as two accessions: Gift of the Tredegar Company, Richmond, Virginia, October 1952 (Accession 23881), and Gift of the Albemarle Papers Manufacturing Company (successors to Tredegar), Richmond, Virginia, 1958 (Accession 24808). THESE TWO ACCESSIONS, 23881 and 24808, ARE USED TO DESCRIBE AND IDENTIFY THE ENTIRE COLLECTION, WHICH ALSO INCLUDES 22989, 24297, AND 24809.

At later dates other intergral Tredegar records were donated to the Library of Virginia and are interfiled within the larger collection.

Stock transfer account book, 1837-1849. Transferred to the library from the office of Dr. H.J. Eckenrode, Director of History, Department of Conservation, 1949 (Accession 22989).

Minute book, 1867-1899, photostat copy of original in custody of Tredegar Company, 1955 March (Accession 24297).

Drawing of a rifled field gun, photoprint. Lent for duplication by Charles H. Robertson, Albemarle Papers Manufacturing Company, Richmond, Virginia, 1958 April (Accession 24809). The drawing is filed with the oversize collection, folder 92. (See Appendix A for a complete listing of oversize materials).

Although not interfiled within the collection listed below are related company records located in the Business records collection:

Tredegar Iron Works Records, 1845-1865 (Accession 25744).

Tredegar Iron Works Records, 1845-1864 (Accession 26393).

Tredegar Iron Works Records, 1857-1935 (Accession 26601).

Tredegar Iron Works Minutes, 1876- 1879 (Accession 33052).


Biographical/Historical Information

The following is a brief outline of Tredegar's 120-year history. The history of Tredegar pre-Civil War to 1880 has been the subject of several publications, which should be consulted for more in-depth presentations: Kathleen Bruce, Virginia iron manufacture in the slave era. (New York: A.M. Kelley, 1968); Charles B. Dew, Ironmaker to the Confederacy: Joseph R. Anderson and the Tredegar Iron Works. (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1966); and Dennis Maher Hallerman, The Tredegar Iron Works: 1865-1876. (Thesis: University of Richmond, 1978). Another publication which includes a detailed analysis of the Tredegar site and structures, including its water power system is: Michael S. Raber, Patrick M. Malone, and Robert B. Gordon: Historical and Archaeological Assessment, Tredegar Iron Works Site, Richmond Virginia. September, 1992. (LVA Accession # 40407)

The Tredegar Iron Company was organized in 1836 by Francis B. Deane, Jr., an experienced Virginia blast furnace operator, and a group of Richmond businessmen, interested in expanding the local market for railroad iron. The company was chartered in 1837 and the following year acquired the Virginia Foundry Company. The earliest products were, for the most part, railroad construction, including axles, wheels, and gears. By 1841 though, the company was incurring great debts and the investors moved to reorganize the firms management. The most significant change made was the naming of Joseph R. Anderson (1813-1892), as the companys new agent.

In 1842, Deane resigned as superintendent and John Tanner was hired as his replacement. The company, through Anderson, soon secured U.S. Navy contracts for chain cable, shot, and shell. In 1843, Anderson leased the property for five years and worked on expanding the market into ordnance and railroad sales, producing angle iron, axles, rails, and shells. In 1848 Anderson purchased the Tredegar property and did business in his own name, Joseph R. Anderson and Company. The foundry operations were enlarged and a cotton factory on the land was converted to a spike factory. The high cost of transporting goods to Northern markets and competition from the British iron industry led Anderson to expand into the Southern market. Anderson also entered into a number of partnerships to manage the rolling mill and an enlarged locomotive operation. The locomotive partnership, begun with John Souther, led to the 1852 construction of a new boiler works and a finishing shop. Under a new partnership, Matthew Delaney managed the machine shop and locomotive operations. His son, Alexander Delaney revived locomotive sales with better designs and Tredegar became the largest antebellum Southern locomotive maker. Anderson also leased land on the site to Lewis D. Crenshaw for a new flour milling operation, and to A.J. Bowers and Asa Snyder for a stove works. Tredegar also owned several coal mines and blast furnaces, including Cloverdale, Grace, Catawba, and Rebecca in Botetourt County; the Australia in Allegheny County; and Mt. Torry in Augusta County, Virginia.

By the beginning of the Civil War, Tredegar was the largest ironworks in the Confederacy, with almost 700 black and white workers. The ironworks was virtually the sole source of heavy guns, projectiles, gun carriages, plates for iron-clad vessels, wheels and axles for railroad rolling stock, furnace machinery, and a variety of other products for Confederate munitions factories and navy yards. Although heavily damaged during the evacuation fire in April 1865, Tredegar made a swift transition back to peacetime production. The company was reorganized in 1867 as a new corporation, the Tredegar Company, whose assets were the Tredegar works, including the Armory rolling mill. Joseph R. Anderson and Company continued to hold interests in the remaining furnace properties.

In 1868 Tredegar received a major contract to supply the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad with rails and bridgework for the entire line. A national sales office in New York City was established, with John Tanner dispatched to run it, and a network of agents were positioned across the country. Foundry, rolling mill, blacksmith, carpenter, and boiler shop facilities were expanded by 1869, and a new puddling mill was erected. The rail rolling facilities were upgraded and new chair mills, spike machines, and horseshoe machines were introduced. The company made some non-railroad products, including engines, boilers, cast-iron pipes, nails, marine plates, bar and angle iron, decorative iron building fronts, and structural bridge iron. By 1873 Tredegar had more than twice its prewar capacity and employment that exceeded its highest antebellum totals. During this period the company supplied iron bridges, rails, and thousands of kegs of spike which were used to rebuild southern railroads. The company survived the panic of 1873 but was forced into receivership in 1876 when several northern railroads with which it had contracts and agreements were forced into bankruptcy.

As iron gave way to steel in the 1870s and 1880s, Tredegar found it did not have the capital necessary to make the production conversion. The companys financial footings had been rebuilt by the 1890s but the works then produced for a local market. Tredegar continued to make iron products, producing ammunition for the Spanish American War, World War I, and World War II. Spikes, horseshoes, rail fastenings, and car wheels were constant sellers, and led to expanded facilities for their production. The period between the two world wars was one of low profits, although the rail fastenings continued to be the primary market products.

In 1957 the company sold its Richmond plant to the Albemarle Paper Manufacturing Company, and moved some of its rolling mill equipment to Chesterfield County, where operations persisted until 1986. In 1987 the rolling mill was sold to Cleveland Track Material in Cleveland, Ohio. The Albemarle Paper Manufacturing Company, in 1962, purchased the Ethyl Corporation, including the name, and so in turn, the Tredegar property in Richmond became Ethyl Corporation property. In 1973 Ethyl Corporation paid for the restoration of the gun foundry and its chimney.

The Valentine Museum/Richmond History Center established a museum at the site of the ironworks in 1992. The Valentine Riverside Museum restored the outdoor machinery and structures, as well as the Pattern Building, Office Building and Carpenters shop. Unfortunately the museum was not a success and closed on 4 September 1995. In 2003 the Tredegar National Civil War Center was created to operate a museum at the site. Plans are underway to add an interpretive center by 2007 and a library, research center, and offices by 2010.

BIOGRAPHIES

Archer Anderson (1838-1918), eldest of twelve children of Joseph Reid Anderson and Sally Eliza Archer Anderson, was born at Old Point Comfort, Virginia. He served with the 21st Virginia Infantry, Company F, 1st Brigade, Aquia District, and as chief of staff to General Joseph E. Johnston during the Civil War. On 9 August 1859 he married Mary Anne Mason, daughter of John Young Mason, U.S. minister to France. They had seven children including, Archer Anderson, Jr., J.R.J. Anderson, and St. George Mason Anderson. He was president of Tredegar Iron Works from 1892 to 1918. He died 4 January 1918 and was buried at Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond.

Archer Anderson, Jr. (1866-1942), third of seven children of Archer Anderson and Mary Anne Mason Anderson, was born in Richmond, Virginia. He graduated from the University of Virginia with a masters of arts and practiced law in Virginia. Upon his fathers death in 1918, he became president of Tredegar Iron Works. He died 30 January 1942 and was buried at Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond.

Joseph Reid Anderson (1813-1892), was the youngest of nine children of William and Anna Thomas Anderson of Botetourt County, Virginia. He graduated West Point in 1836 and worked as an engineer in Virginia. He married Sally Archer in 1837, daughter of Dr. Robert and Frances Williamson Archer. By 1841, he had acquired an interest in the Tredegar Iron Works in Richmond, which supplied iron products to railroads and the U.S. government, and he became owner of the company in 1848. When the South seceded, Anderson offered his services to the Confederate Government as an infantry officer and was commissioned a brigadier-general in September 1861, serving in North Carolina and Virginia. After being wounded at the battle of Frazier's Farm in 1862, Anderson resigned in mid-July to return to Tredegar Iron Works where his talent was needed more than on the battlefield. The company operated throughout the war, but after the surrender of Richmond, the U.S. government confiscated Tredegar Iron Works. Upon Anderson's request to President Johnson for a pardon in the fall of 1865, the Works were returned to him. Anderson continued to head Tredegar Iron Works and remained active in state, city, and local affairs until his death in 1892.

Edward Richard Archer (1834-1918), son of Robert Archer and Mary Silvester Wormington Archer, was born in Old Point Comfort, Virginia. He served with the Confederate Navy during the Civil War. After the war he became the chief engineer at Tredegar Iron Works and held that position until his death on 13 March 1918. He never married and was buried at Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia.

Robert Archer (1794-1877), oldest of four children of Edward R. Archer and his second wife, Mary Silvester Wormington Archer, was born in Norfolk, Virginia. He became a physician and in 1813 enlisted in a local artillery company and was commissioned as a lieutenant and surgeons mate. He spent the next twenty-five years as an army physician, stationed at Fort Monroe, Virginia, and, for a short while, at Fort King, Florida. On 28 March 1816 he married Frances Williamson in Norfolk, Virginia. They had five sons and seven daughters. In 1839 Archer retired from the army and took up farming near Fort Monroe. In January 1848 Joseph Reid Anderson, Archers son-in-law and head of Tredegar Iron Company, persuaded Archer to move to Richmond to become superintendent of the Armory Iron Company. By May 1848 Archer had risen to presidency of the company. In 1859 the Armory mill and Tredegar works merged into the newly formed Joseph R. Anderson and Company. While Anderson served in the army during the first year of the Civil War, Archer and John F. Tanner ran the company. After the war Robert Archer and his son Robert Samuel Archer both sat on the board of directors of Tredegar Company. Robert Archer died 19 May 1877 in Richmond, Virginia, and was buried in Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond.

Presidents of Tredegar: 1843-1892 Joseph Reid Anderson, 1892-1918 Archer Anderson, 1918-1942 Archer Anderson, Jr., 1942-1947 Paul E. Miller, and 1948-1957 Raymond W. Krise

Scope and Content

The Tredegar Company Records are housed in 1345 boxes, 490 volumes on shelf, 7 oversize boxes, 6 oversize map case drawers, and one rolled tube. The collection is arranged into eight (8) series. Series have been designated for: I. Administrative records; II. General Accounts; III. Production and Labor records; IV. Purchase and Receiving records; V. Sales and Shipping records; VI. Correspondence: Incoming; VII. Correspondence: Outgoing; and VIII. Anderson family papers. These records include balance books, cashbooks, contract books, correspondence, daybooks, estate accounts, family papers, insurance policies, invoices, journals, ledgers, minute books, patents, payroll ledgers, real estate files, sales books, stock certificates, suit papers, tax returns, vouchers, and war department contracts. The records document the history of one of the most important and largest iron making factories in Virginia and the Confederacy.

Following is a brief overview and some highlights of the collection. A more in-depth description of the collection can be found in the Series and Sub-series level description. It is recommended that the researcher read the Series level scope and content notes thoroughly before accessing the collection.

The finances and sales of Tredegar products are well documented in the records and included are daybooks, ledgers, and salesbooks from the earliest days of the company (Series II and Series V). The records include an almost complete run of payroll ledgers, 1852-1957, and are a good source for researchers interested in labor and wages (Series III). The correspondence series include an immense amount of materials, over 980 boxes and 171 volumes on shelf, and a large date range, 1841 to 1957 (Series VI and VII). These two series provide a wealth of information on the types of materials Tredegar produced throughout its history, as well as the types of raw materials that it purchased. Included are letters from companies, including banks, ordnance departments, railroads, and shipping companies, from across the country, although mainly the southeastern states.

Of note to the Civil War historian, the collection includes records relating to the production of munitions, the C.S.S. Virginia, slave labor, and the role of Tredegar during the war. Included are cashbooks, correspondence, daybooks, ledgers, minutes, reminiscences, and sales books from the Civil War era. In regards to munitions, also of note are the correspondence, drawings, receipts, sales books, and war department contracts. Tredegar manufactured munitions for every major conflict including the Civil War, Spanish-American War, World War I, and World War II.

For researchers interested in the use of slave labor, there are some noteworthy records. A volume titled, Copies of letters, etc., contains information on the use of slave labor (Series I); A volume entitled, Notes and bills payable and receivable, 1856-1859, contains lists of slaves who worked at Tredegars blast furnaces (Series II); Payroll ledgers, note the race of workers, free or slave (Series III); Contract books contain contracts with slave owners and list slaves hired (Series V); and also included are bills of sale for slaves purchased (Series VIII, Subseries 1). Researchers should also study the minute books and correspondence series for additional information.

Unfortunately there are few, if any, internal memoranda regarding employees and there are not any files on employees and employee-managerial relationships in the collection. The outgoing correspondence occasionally contains letters regarding employees, changes in wage levels, or accidents at the mill, but these are not prevalent and require in-depth research to uncover (Series VII). The production and labor series contain the most information on employees, and these records relate more to wages and production levels (Series III).

Of note are the numerous agreements and deeds that can be found in the collection. A number of agreements and deeds can be found in Series I: Administrate records, Real Estate files, and also in Series VIII: Anderson family papers, Subseries 6: Estate of Joseph R. Anderson. The deeds may duplicate one another but researchers should check both series for all pertinent information. A complete listing of all agreements and deeds can be found in Appendix B at the end of the finding aid.

Tredegar maintained one of the most extensive waterpower systems in the country to supply power for its factories. In 1933 Tredegar became involved in a lawsuit with Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, which owned the James River and Kanawha Canal, over the rights to the water supply. Papers, including correspondence, depositions, drawings, exhibits, and reporters transcripts, relating to this lawsuit can be found in Series I: Administrative records. Researchers should also check, Michael S. Raber, Patrick M. Malone, and Robert B. Gordon: Historical and Archaeological Assessment, Tredegar Iron Works Site, Richmond Virginia. September, 1992. (LVA Accession # 40407), for additional information on the water system.

Around 1952-1958, when the collection first arrived at the Library of Virginia, an itemized container listing was prepared by a staff member. The collection was organized into Administrative records, General accounts, Purchasing and receiving records, Production and labor records, Sales and shipping records, Correspondence, and Anderson family papers. When the archivist undertook to process the collection in 2001, it was decided that these groupings would remain. It is unknown if that was how the papers originally came to the Library of Virginia, but since 50 years had passed since they arrived at the library, it was decided that these groupings were the most logical. The original finding aid incorporated some type of Arabic and Roman numbering system which was eliminated, as it was deemed unnecessary. A key to the old finding aid is available in Appendix C at the end of this finding aid for researchers looking for materials that were linked to the old numbering system.

Whenever size permitted, volumes were housed in boxes for better protection. Volumes that are placed directly on the shelves are interfiled with the boxes, following the order of the container listing. General materials were arranged to the front of each series.

Oversize items are filed in 7 boxes, 6 map case drawers, and one rolled tube. There are a total of 93 oversize folders, containing about 1,000 drawings. These include drawings of angle plates, axles, cast iron posts, chairs, fish plates, gears, horse shoes, joint bars, land, munitions, rails, and wheels, c. 1880-1957. Of note is a drawing of an iron rifled field gun, 1861. Oversize items, which were part of a regular sized filing unit, were removed from their respective folders. In their place, removal notices list the item(s) separated and the oversize folder number to which they have been removed. For location and content list of oversize folders see Appendix A. (Boxes 1227-1233)

Several items of the collection were in need of restoration, which was performed by Etherington Conservation Center, either in the in-house lab, or in the North Carolina main office. The conservation work consisted mainly of repairs of broken, torn, and glued pages, damaged bindings, the cleaning and unbinding of moldy volumes, and the preparation of custom boxes to house fragile volumes and those without bindings.

SERIES DESCRIPTION

SERIES I: ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS (1801-1957) (bulk 1870-1957)

The Administrative records are housed in 56 archival boxes and 14 volumes on shelf and arranged alphabetically by folder title, with general materials arranged to the front. This series consists of Albemarle and Tredegar merger data, corporate holdings, copies of deeds and agreements relating to the company, insurance policies, inventories, minutes, patents, real estate files, reports, stock files, suit papers, tax returns, and wage adjustment papers.

The general materials include a circular issued by the company in 1867; copies of Tredegar bylaws, 1871; history of Tredegar by Joseph R. Anderson, 1890; wage adjustment papers concerning the salaries of employees and officers during World War II; codes of fair competition issued by the National Recovery Administration, 1934-1936; photograph of Tredegar iron workers, c. 1910; report on a fire at the horseshoe department, 1926; and a resolution by the Richmond Chamber of Commerce commemorating the death of Joseph R. Anderson, 1892.

The two volumes entitled, Copies of deeds, agreements, etc., and, Copies of letters, clippings, etc. involving the company, include a wide variety of papers relating to the history of Tredegar. These volumes were created by Archer Anderson Jr. and they include documents which he felt related to the history of the company. The volume, Copies of deeds, agreements, etc., includes copies of deeds relating to the land surrounding Tredegar and the Grace and Rebecca Furnaces in Botetourt County, Virginia. Many of the original deeds may be found in this series under, Real Estate Files. Also included are letters relating to the Kanawha canal, Tredegar Street, and the death of Joseph R. Anderson in 1892; copies of the original act of incorporation of Tredegar in 1866; and copies of the notes on the survey of Rebecca Tract, 1907.

Topics in the, Copies of letters, etc., include an account of the early history of Tredegar, employee strikes and the use of slave labor, production of armor plates for the steamer C.S.S. Virginia (Merrimac), and the Civil War. Includes an agreement, 23 December 1837, between John A. Cunningham, Edward Cunningham, and Francis Deane, for the establishment of Tredegar Iron Company; a pamphlet entitled, Proposals for uniting the Virginia Foundry Company with the property owned by Deane & Cunninghams, 1837; a typed copy of Joseph R. Andersons letter, 26 May 1847, to Tredegar employees in response to their objection of Andersons use of slave labor; and advertisements for the company from 1857 and 1869. Relating to the Civil War are an order of seizure, 26 July 1865, by the United States Marshals Office, to take all right, title, interest, and estate of Joseph R. Anderson, Robert Archer, William E. Tanner, and John J. Tanner; a letter, 6 July 1865, signed by heads of various railroad companies, to President Andrew Johnson, asking that the government allow Tredegar to operate again; letter, 29 April 1865, from D.W. Flagler, Captain of Ordnance, United States Army, describing the condition and buildings at Tredegar, after the Civil War; and a letter from Edward R. Archer, 29 November 1902, describing some of the munitions made during the Civil War. Also includes a memorandum from Charles J. Bonaparte, 1906 September 7, documenting the history of the monitor Montauk, its major battles, and commanding officers, 1862-1898; photographs and blueprint of a grilled tread wheel cast by Tredegar in 1880; statement, 24 February 1929, by Charles Wade, describing the armor plates that Tredegar made for the C.S.S. Virginia; and a letter, 10 January 1927, from Archer Anderson, Jr. also about the C.S.S. Virginia.

Included are minutes of the Board of Directors, 1838-1850; 1867-1930; and 1930-1947, which contain copies of acts of incorporation, agreements, bylaws, correspondence, lists of shareholders, financial statements, an obituary for Archer Anderson, and resolutions. (Available on microfilm Miscellaneous Reel 2642). Additional minutes from the stockholders can also be found in Series VIII: Anderson family papers, Subseries 1. Also included are stock records, which provide a good insight into the financial status and ownership of the company at different points in history. These records include annual reports, correspondence, lists of stockholders, proxies, stock certificates, and stock transfer ledgers, 1867-1957. Occasionally included within the stock transfer ledgers are wills from stockholders relating to the transfer of Tredegar stock. The tax returns include a full run of federal tax returns, 1909-1956, and state tax returns from 1916-1956. Included are balance sheets, correspondence, lists of salaries of officers, and profit and loss statements.

Of note are the suit papers, 1933-1937, concerning a lawsuit brought by the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company against Tredegar, in the Richmond City Courts in 1933. The lawsuit involved water usage rights on the James River and a study of numerous water privileges issued, dating back to the late 1790s. The papers include an enormous volume of primary research and historical compilations on almost every industrial enterprise on the site of Tredegar. Well documented is the ironworks waterpower system, one of the most extensive ever operated in the United States. Much of this material was compiled by Tredegars principal local consultant, engineer R. D. Trimble. The suit papers include correspondence, deeds, depositions, exhibits, maps, reporters transcripts, reports, and surveys of the land surrounding Tredegar, 1801-1930, along with drawings of turbines, the Tredegar plant, and the James River and Kanawha Canal. Additional correspondence regarding the lawsuit can be found in Series VI, Subseries 5.

Also of note within the series are the real estate files. Included are abstracts of titles, correspondence, deeds, reports, and surveys. These files are of particular importance because they contain numerous deeds, 1812-1955, relating to the property surrounding Tredegar in Richmond and land surrounding the Cloverdale Iron Property and Grace Furnace Property in Botetourt County, Virginia. Included are deeds from the James River Company regarding water rights, 1812-1838; an 1843 deed leasing Tredegar to Joseph Anderson for five years at an annual rent of $8,000; an 1848 deed selling Tredegar to Joseph Anderson for $125,000; and partnership agreements, including an 1855 agreement selling interest in the rolling mill to John Tanner and Charles Morriss; March 1859 deed in which Anderson bought back the interests he had sold in the rolling mill; and a 1854 deed establishing the partnership of Anderson, Delany, and Company. Additional deeds relating to the ownership and real estate of Tredegar may also be found in Series VII: Anderson Family Papers. A listing of individual deeds may be found in Appendix B at the end of the finding aid.

SERIES II: GENERAL ACCOUNTS (1836-1957) (bulk 1860-1900)

The General Accounts series is housed in 98 boxes and 179 volumes on shelf and is arranged alphabetically by title. The financial records are virtually intact for Tredegar through the years 1836-1957. Included are account copying and payable books, balance books, cashbooks, checkbooks, daybooks, journals, ledgers, monthly financial statements, notes and bills payable and receivable, operating expense ledgers, and vouchers.

The balance books include balance sheets and financial analysis. The checkbooks, daybooks, journals, ledgers, and vouchers document the ongoing financial dealings and activities of Tredegar. The monthly financial statements list assets and liabilities and contain inventory balances, balance sheets, and statements of investment securities. This series is a good resource for researchers interested in the financial aspects of Tredegar. Included are expenses for foundry construction, rail mill construction, prices paid for pig iron and forge wages, accounts with rail road and coal mining companies, and prices paid for rolling mill, foundry, and shoe supplies. Because Tredegar was dependent upon the railroads to sell and transport their products, there is considerable information about railroads and their relationships with Tredegar.

Daybooks and journals record transactions on a daily basis as they occurred and contain detailed information regarding transactions, i.e. customer name, items sold, amount owed and paid. The daybooks and journals are related to the ledgers. Included in each daybook and journal entry is a page number of an individual account found in a corresponding ledger. Similarly, the ledgers contain page numbers that correspond to entries found in the daybooks and journals. Ledgers contain individual accounts such as, customer accounts and controlling accounts. Each account lists transactions chronologically and contains general information regarding each transaction. Each ledger is fully indexed. Five additional journals and ledgers containing information on Tredegar may be found in Series VIII: Anderson family papers, Subseries 5.

Of note within the collection is the note and bills payable and receivable volume, 1856-1859. The volume also includes lists of slaves who worked at Tredegars blast furnaces (Catawba, Cloverdale, Glenwood, Grace, Mt. Torry, and Rebecca) from 1863 to 1864. Included in the volume are the names of slave, owner, address, and the amount paid for labor. Tredegar paid the owners rent for the use of their slaves, but the slaves could also work overtime and earn money for themselves. The names of whites and convicts who worked at the blast furnace from 1863 to 1864 are also included. The volume also includes a register of stock certificates of the Armory Iron Company, 1847-1849; letters from Tredegar furnaces, 1863; and statements of shipments of pig iron to the Confederate States Nitrate and Mining Bureau, 1863-1864. The letters, 1863 January-July, were written to J.R. Anderson from F.T. Glasgow, chief Tredegar furnace agent, and concern the daily operation and use of slaves and convicts at the furnaces. (Available on microfilm Miscellaneous Reel 2699).

Also of note within the series are the vouchers, 1872-1904, which contain bills of lading, employee accounts, promissory notes, and receipts. Included are receipts for coal, steel, pig iron, scrap metal, clothing, groceries, taxes, gas and water bills, cement, subscriptions, and freight transportation costs (railroad, shipping, and towing). Receipts are included for many Richmond area businesses, as well as Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia companies, such as Binswanger & Co., Carnegie & Co., Carter and Christian, Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Co., Old Dominion Iron and Nail Works, Philipps & Co., Powhatan Iron Co., Richmond, Fredericksburg, and Potomac Railway Co., and Southern Planter and Farmer Co. Also included are monthly salary statements and receipts for cash advances for employees and for members of the Anderson and Archer families. Some of the salary statements note the race of the employee and include the type of work, time worked, and wage rate.

The vouchers, 1872-1904, were maintained in their original order, arranged chronologically and then alphabetically within each year, although there is much overlapping within each section. The vouchers were either arranged alphabetically by the name of the company or by the name of the person who had signed the voucher, so items bought from the same store might be found in two or more separate places. Therefore, a thorough search of the vouchers may be necessary to yield all the information. Currently, a database is being created to include a list of all the names of companies for which there are vouchers. There are vouchers for many Richmond area companies and the database will offer some insights into companies which are no longer extant and for which no other records probably exist.

SERIES III: PRODUCTION AND LABOR RECORDS (1843-1957) (bulk 1870-1930)

The Production and Labor Records series is housed in 134 boxes and 26 volumes on shelf and is arranged alphabetically by title. This series consists of clearance sheet books, company store books, foundry records of guns cast, guns tested for the U.S., payroll ledgers, time books, units produced, and weighers returns. This series is a good source for information on labor during the late nineteenth century. Included are figures for wages paid and items produced, along with information on different job types that were found in the iron industry.

Of note within the collection is the foundry record of guns cast volume and guns tested for the United States volume. The volume of guns cast includes a detailed list of guns Tredegar produced for the Confederate military between 1861 January 11 and 1865 February 20th. Listed is the type of gun or cannon produced and the date when completed. This is an excellent resource for researchers interested in munitions of the Confederate Army. The volume also includes an inventory of articles in the foundry department on 1869 January 1st; a list of scrap wood purchased from 1870 to 1871; a list of coke purchased 1871; and payroll for work done on the upper canal, including employees name, race, occupation, and wage, undated. (Available on microfilm Misc. Reel 2689).

Also of note within the collection is a volume entitled, Record of guns tested for the United States from 1857 May to 1858 May 5, kept by Julian M. McAllister, First Lieutenant, Ordnance Department. The volume includes inspection notes taken by McAllister during visits to Tredegar Foundry in Virginia and West Point Foundry in New York. Included are detailed notes on the processes used to cast guns and cannons, including thermometer readings, ingredients, flaws, weight, and time, and how the guns tested after they were cast. Also included are extracts of letters from Major Wade at the Fort Pitt Foundry in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to Colonel Huger of the Ordnance Office, Washington, D.C.; from C. Alger and Company, South Boston Foundry to Colonel Huger; from Robert B. Parrott of West Point Foundry in Cold Springs, New York, to Colonel Huger; and from Alger and Company, to Colonel H. Craig, 1857 November, regarding the Parrot gun and Rodman cannon. (Available on microfilm Misc. Reel 2689).

The company pay roll ledgers, 1852 to 1957, contain a wealth of information on the personnel of Tredegar and cover nearly the entire history of the company. The early years from 1837 to 1880 are sparse, although included is one payroll ledger from the Civil War, dated 1863 August 24 to 1864 August 27. (Available on microfilm Misc. Reel 543). This volume includes information on free and slave labor force in the foundry, gun mill, machine, boiler, patternmaking, blacksmith, and carpentry departments. The ledgers display both free wage rates and overtime compensation for slaves. Starting in 1882, the payroll ledgers include an almost complete run until 1957. The ledgers include employee names, job positions, time worked, and pay received. Included are payroll ledgers for the bar mill, foundry, horseshoe factory, and spike mill, intermixed in each year. (Note: The payroll ledgers are housed in boxes 152-171 and 1234-1337.This is because the volumes were unbound and boxed after the collection had been processed and boxes were already numbered in order. The volumes are clearly marked with their box number, so this odd numbering system should not cause any confusion.)

The times books, 1854 to 1900, are similar to the payroll ledgers in that they contain a record of each employee and includes job positions, dates, and time worked, although salary is not included in the time books. The company store books, 1868-1870, contains a daily list of items purchased by employees at Tredegars company store, including items such as beef, cloth, cologne, coffee, sugar, and tobacco. The books list employee names, date, items bought, and price paid.

The units produced ledgers, 1843-1918, include daily records of the amount of work done, for example, the number of shoes punched for each week, and the weighers returns ledgers, 1889-1938, contain daily notations on items shipped by different railroads to Tredegar. Included is the date of receipt, the railroad car number, name of railroad company that shipped the materials, a description of the material, gross weight of the material, and department that received the shipment. Materials shipped include scrap car wheels, coal, scrap iron, scrap car axles, boiler tubes, pig iron, wire, sand, fire brocks, railroad ties, and coke. Researchers can use this volume to disseminate the types of materials that Tredegar was using in its iron production, especially for the years 1889-1900 and 1923-1938.

SERIES IV: PURCHASING AND RECEIVING RECORDS (1860-1917) (bulk 1860-1885)

The Purchasing and Receiving Records series is housed in 3 boxes and is arranged alphabetically by title. This series consists of invoice books and receipt books. The invoice books, 1867-1911, contain names of numerous firms or individuals with whom Tredegar filled and placed orders. Included are accounts with Ambrose E. Burnside, M.K Jessup and Company, Calvert Iron and Nail Works, Erie Railroad Company, Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company, etc. The 1909-1911 invoice book records an accounting of cords of pine and oak wood sawed by Tredegar for individuals.

Of note within this series are the receipt books. The pig iron receipt book, 1861 January 2 to 1864 November 9, contains a list of pig iron Tredegar purchased, including from whom received, place delivered, weight, brand, and remarks. The coal receipt book, 1879 January 20-1885 June 15, includes company name, weight, and type of coal received. The pig and scrap iron receipt book, 1879 January 20-1885 September 17, includes shippers name, material received, pounds, and freight charges. The receiving book, 1862 April 25-1865 March 31, includes a list of materials received at Tredegar, mostly wood, but also ash, guns and shells from the Confederate States Artillery shop and Laboratory, bolts, steel, and groceries.

SERIES V: SALES AND SHIPPING RECORDS (1843-1956) (bulk 1873-1925)

The Sales and Shipping Records series is housed in 32 boxes and 97 volumes on shelf and is arranged alphabetically by title, with volumes arranged to the front. This series consists of consignment books, contract books, foundry, horseshoe, and rolling mill sales books, order books, railroad loadings books, shipment of sash weights books, ticket books, sales bids and correspondence, and war department contracts. This series is an excellent source for information on the sale of Tredegar horseshoes, munitions, and railroad supplies.

For researchers interested in munitions, the contract books are a great source to investigate the number of guns and cannons Tredegar manufactured for the Confederate States of America. In the book, 1859 July- 1865 April, beginning on page 131, are orders for Tredegar to furnish Confederate states, such as Georgia, Mississippi, and North Carolina, guns, cannons, and other munitions; and page 142 includes a contract, 7 March 1861, between Tredegar and L.P. Walker, Secretary of War, Confederate States of America, to manufacture guns for the Confederate States of America. These are followed by numerous other contracts with the Confederate States for cannons, carriages, shell, and other munitions, 1861-1865. The contracts include specific details on the amount of munitions to be produced and prices. Prior to the Civil War, Tredegar manufactured gun carriages and shells for armories in many states, including Georgia, New York, and Virginia. On page 80 (1859 July-1865 April ) are specifications for the manufacturer of 5,000 rifle muskets per year and pages 113-126 include orders for shot, shell, gun carriages, cannon, and other munitions for state armories in Georgia, New York, North Carolina, Virginia, and Washington (D.C.).

Contracts are also included for the purchase of coal, pig iron, and timber, to fuel the factory. Included is a list of insurance policies that Tredegar had in 1861 (pages 120-123) and 1863 (pages 207-217) and a copy of a partnership contract between Charles Morriss and J.R. Anderson, 19 March 1859, in which Morriss offers to sell Anderson his half of the Tredegar Rolling Mills property. Included are contracts with companies such as Alabama and Florida Railroad Company, Pensacola and Georgia Railroad Company of Florida, Richmond and York River Railroad Company, Rogersville and Jefferson Railroad Company of Tennessee, and Virginia Central Railroad Company, to supply axles, bridge bolts, castings, chairs, engines, freight cars, rails, spikes, and wheels. The contracts list delivery date, price, description of items, and payment methods.

Also included are contracts with employees, such as managers, superintendents, and blacksmiths, and with slave owners for the hiring of slaves to work at Tredegar foundries and furnaces. Included on page 239- 245 (1859 July-1865 April) is a detailed list of slaves hired, owners names, price paid, physicians names, and where employed. After the Civil War, the contract books include contracts to provide iron for the rebuilding of bridges and railroads and for the purchase of scrap metal and rails. There are also contracts for horseshoes, iron mining, and furnishing decorative iron work. Also included is a contract regarding the sale of stock in the Virginia Porcelain and Earthenware Company, 1866; inventory of the rolling mills, 28 July 1865; list of insurance policies, 1865-1866; list of Confederate claims from slaveholders, 1865; sale of wheels, axles, and car frames to Cuba, 21 September 1868; and agreements with iron furnaces for land and supplies.

The order books, 1853-1908, are another good source for details on the products Tredegar produced and sold throughout the years. The order books include the name of the company, type of product sold (bars, rail, spikes, chairs, munitions), dimensions and amounts sold, and dates. Of note for the Civil War historian, the order book, 1861-1862, lists munitions sold to the Confederate States Army and copies of letters requesting munitions for the Ordnance department in Richmond.

The sales books, 1844-1924, are separated into foundry, horseshoe, rolling mill, and spike mill sales books. These books record the name of the purchaser, how the items were transported (ship or rail), exact amounts of items produced, contract number, prices, and sales account totals. The foundry sales books, 1854-1924, includes sales of bar iron, bolts, boxes, brake shoes, castings, chairs, grate bars, hinges, munitions, pipes, plates, and wheels. Included in some of the foundry sales books are listings of expenses incurred at the Tredegar mill shops. Of note are the foundry sales books for the Civil War period, 1858 February-1865 September and 1860 November-1867 November. For researchers interested in munitions sales, the foundry sales books are a good source. For example, the foundry sales book, 1854 September-1860 September, and 1919 March -1921 July, contains items produced for the U.S. Bureau of Ordnance. The rolling mill sales books, 1843-1924, consist of the sale of bars, angle and fish plates. There are not any rolling mill sales books for the time period of the Civil War, 1861-1865.

The ticket books, 1847-1908, are volumes that contain short entries listing items produced by Tredegar, amount, price, and date. Possibly these served as receipts, with Tredegar maintaining the stub, while another section was torn off and used as a receipt. The ticket book, 1859 September-1863 June 18, includes numerous entries for the Confederate States of America. The ticket books also include references to the purchase of meals, shirts, and shoes.

The war department contracts, 1907-1941, include agreements between Tredegar and the US Army and Navy Ordnance Department, to produce shells, projectiles, cast iron caps, and other munitions for the government. Included are affidavits, blueprints, bonds, booklets of instructions, calculations, contracts, correspondence, drawings, reports, specifications, and wage statements. The contracts include information on the price and amount of munitions to be produced. Also included are correspondence, notes, statistics, telegrams, reports, and specifications for contracts on which Tredegar bid, 1920-1956. Included are memoranda from the U.S. government regarding safety and security regulations in regards to the production of the munitions.

SERIES VI: CORRESPONDENCE, INCOMING, 1872-1957

The Incoming Correspondence series is housed in 656 boxes and is arranged alphabetically into ten subseries. Subseries have been designated for General; Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company; A.J. Beatty; Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company; Christian, Barton & Parker; George Layman and Others; The Rail Joint Company and Poor & Company; Southern Railroad Company; U.S. Government; and Miscellaneous. This series comprises a large and important section of the Tredegar company records. In this series, researchers have a very complete view, from 1872-1957, of all the correspondence received by Tredegar. These letters provide insight into the types of materials produced, prices, amounts, availability, shipping capabilities, and Tredegars relationships with the business world.

This series contains incoming correspondence, bills of lading, orders, telegrams, and blueprints from railroad companies, merchandise brokers, coal companies, hardware stores, lumber yards, U.S. government, construction companies, shipping companies, lawyers, suppliers, banks, and purchasing agents. Includes correspondence regarding orders for angle plates, axles, braces, box cars, bolts, car wheels, fish plates, gondola cars, horseshoes, nails, munitions, iron work, rails, spikes, and other rail equipment. Also includes correspondence regarding coal, scrap iron, pig iron, and other raw materials Tredegar purchased. Often the correspondence was accompanied by a blueprint of the specific item requested. These blueprints were often quite large and were separated out into the oversize collection. A separation notice was provided for each item, which notes the oversize folder location of the material. A complete listing of all oversize materials can be found in Appendix A.

It is unknown why some company letters were separated out from the general section of letters (Subseries 1) and grouped together separately, because there is much overlap between the subseries. Researchers should check the separate subseries and also Subseries 1 to find all pertinent information. There were also some miscellaneous boxes of letters which were unmarked and filed under Subseries 10: Miscellaneous. It is unknown why they were not interfiled with the general subseries of letters. The archivist strove to maintain the original order as much as possible and kept the original groupings of the letters.

SUBSERIES 1: GENERAL (1872-1957)

This subseries is housed in 557 boxes and is arranged chronologically by year. This is the largest subseries in the series and contains a variety of letters from coal and coke suppliers, purchasing agents, railway companies, lumber yards, shipping companies, hardware stores, decorative iron makers, U.S. government, steel companies, bankers, and insurance agencies. Topics include orders for Tredegar products, price quotes, purchases of raw materials and products by Tredegar, and shipping contracts. Other topics include employees seeking higher wages and employment, information on the National Exposition in Chicago (1883) and Pan American Exposition (1900), the Anderson family, a pension for Mrs. Jefferson Davis (1892), reports from Grace Iron Works, business at the Tredegar office in New York, listing in the Directory of Iron and Steel Works in the U.S., charitable contributions to the YMCA and local institutions such as the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, and munitions orders by the U.S. government.

This subseries is a great source of information on companies which existed throughout this long period of history, many of who are no longer extant. There can be found letters from hundreds of companies in the Virginia region and also from surrounding states such as, Alabama, Delaware, Georgia Illinois, North Carolina, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and West Virginia. A list of some of the companies includes: the American Manufacturing Co. (NY), Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co. (MD), Black Diamond Steel Works (PA), Camden Iron Works (NJ) Carnegie Steel (PA), Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta Railroad (SC), Crerar, Adams & Co. (IL), John A. Roebling Sons Co. (NJ), Merchants and Mechanics Insurance Co. (VA), Michigan Bolt and Nut Co. (MI), National Bank of Commerce (NY), Norfolk and Western Railway Co. (VA), Odell Hardware Co. (NC), Old Dominion Iron & Nail Works (VA), Old Dominion Steamship Co. (VA), Otis Brothers & Co. (NY), Petersburg Iron Works (VA), Piedmont Hardware Co. (VA), Powhatan Iron Co. (VA), Pullman Co. (GA), Red Springs Lumber Co. (NC), Republic Iron & Steel Co. (OH), Richmond & Danville Railroad Co. (VA), Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac Railroad Co. (VA), Richmond Iron Works (VA), S.A. Woods Machine Co. (MA), Shockoe Machine Works (VA), Smokeless Fuel Co. (VA), South Carolina Railroad Co. (SC), Southern Iron & Equipment Co. (GA), Southern Stove Works (VA), Sumter Machinery Co. (SC), Thomas Branch & Co. (VA), Union Car Spring Manufacturing Co. (NY), Virginia Equipment & Supply Co. (VA), Virginia Iron & Metal Co. (VA), Virginia Railway & Power Co. (VA), Vulcan Iron Works (VA), West Virginia Rail Co. (W.VA), and Wilmington, Charlotte & Rutherford Railroad Co. (NC).

The correspondence was maintained in its original order, although for the earlier letters this leads to some confusion. The early letters, ca. 1872-1888, were arranged somewhat haphazardly by the original compiler, assumed to be an employee of Tredegar. The letters were filed alphabetically each year, but often by conflicting values. Sometimes the letters were filed alphabetically by the name of the company, while other times the letters were filed alphabetically by the author of the letter. This can cause for some confusion for a letter from Petersburg Iron Works might be filed under, P, one year, but then another year filed under, S, for the author of the letter, John Smith, although he is writing on behalf of Petersburg Iron Works. There is also another slight difference in how the letters, pre 1888, were arranged. Correspondence from 1872 until 1887 is arranged by year, month, then alphabetical letter. Correspondence from 1888 to 1957 is arranged by year, alphabetical letter, then month. Therefore, a thorough search of the letters is sometimes necessary to find all pertinent information.

Sometimes photographs of the various equipment was also included, for example a photograph of a railroad front cab (1906 June-August), ornamental iron works (1911-1912 Re), munitions machinery (1924 C), and workers (1923-1924 S). Starting in 1919 many of the letters include not only the incoming letter but also a copy of Tredegars responding letter.

SUBSERIES 2: ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD COMPANY (1900-1957)

This subseries is housed in 32 boxes and is arranged chronologically by year. The subseries consists of correspondence, telegrams, blueprints, bills of lading, and orders regarding items purchased and sold between Atlantic Coast Line Railroad and Tredegar. Includes orders placed by ACLR for bar iron, tie bars, bolts, key plates, center pins, braces, angle plates, spikes, railroad car wheels, rail fastenings, fish plates, angle bars, tie straps, turnbuckles, arch bars, and horse shoes. The letters and orders include price quotes, purchase price and amount, and often notes when the order was completed. The letters also often included blueprints of the various rails, plates, pins, and horse shoes to be made by Tredegar. (The blueprints were often separated out due to size and are listed in Appendix A: Oversize). Also included are bills, telegrams, and correspondence regarding scrap metal purchased by Tredegar and shipped by ACLR. Tredegar purchased large quantities of scrap iron, axles, and wheels, for reuse at their mills.

The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad was a product of numerous mergers of smaller lines in the last three decades of the nineteenth century. It began with the Wilmington & Raleigh Railroad (later renamed Wilmington & Weldon), constructed between 1834 and 1840 in northeastern North Carolina. After the Civil War, the railroad's owners acquired the Wilmington & Manchester which they quickly reorganized as the Wilmington, Columbia & Augusta. In 1871, they began using the name Atlantic Coast Line as a market name for the two lines. In 1897-98, the various South Carolina lines were consolidated into a new company, the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company of South Carolina. The Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company of Virginia was established in early 1898 and the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company of North Carolina in 1899. In 1900 the ACL of Virginia absorbed the other companies and dropped the Virginia part of its name to become the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. In 1967 ACL merged with Seaboard Air Line Railroad.

As noted above, there may be some overlap between this subseries and Subseries I: General. Researchers should complete a thorough search of both subseries to find all the appropriate records of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company.

SUBSERIES 3: A.J. BEATTY (1910-1915)

This subseries is housed in 1 box and is arranged chronologically by year. The subseries consists of correspondence from Alfred J. Beatty to Tredegar, 1910-1915. Alfred Beatty represented Tredegar in its sale of Piedmont horse and mule shoes across the southern states, including Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. The letters include his travel itinerary, information on orders placed, suggestions on how to improve sales, and information on competitors, for example Cincinnati Horse Shoe and Iron Company (Cincinnati, OH) and Old Dominion Iron and Nail Works (Richmond, Va.).

SUBSERIERS 4: CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY COMPANY (1905-1956)

This subseries is housed in 17 boxes and is arranged chronologically by year. The subseries contains correspondence, telegrams, freight bills, blueprints, bills of lading, and orders regarding items purchased and shipped between Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company and Tredegar. Includes orders placed by C & O for angle bars, ladder irons, arch bars, spikes, brackets, key plates, all steel flat cars, railroad car wheels, and chairs. The letters and orders include price quotes, purchase price and amount, and often notes when the order was completed. The letters also often included blueprints of the various grates, wheels, and splices to be made by Tredegar. (The blueprints were often separated out due to size and are listed in Appendix A: Oversize). Included are blueprints of waiting benches for C & O railroad stations, including Natural Bridge (Rockbridge Co., Va.) and the passenger station at Covington, Kentucky. Also included are bills, telegrams, and correspondence regarding scrap metal, limestone, brick, and coal purchased by Tredegar and shipped by C & O. There are few, if any, letters regarding the lawsuit over water rights between C & O and Tredegar. Correspondence regarding the lawsuit can be found in Series I, Suit papers, and Series VI, Subseries 5.

The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company was founded as the Louisa RR Company in Virginia in 1836. In 1850 the railroad changed its name to the Virginia Central Company. It served the Confederate armies during the Civil War and was severely damaged by Union raids. In 1869 financier Collis P. Huntington purchased the line and it became the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway in 1878. The railway merged with the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in 1965 and in 1980 the combined company became part of the newly formed CSX Corporation.

SUBSERIES 5: CHRISTIAN, BARTON, & PARKER (1930-1937)

This subseries is housed in 1 box and is arranged chronologically by year. The subseries contains correspondence regarding the lawsuit over water usage rights between Tredegar and Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company. Most of the correspondence is from the law offices of Andrew Christian, Robert Barton & Alexander Parker, and Murray McGuire, Henry Reily, & John Eggleston, of Richmond, Virginia. Includes letters regarding research on the case, agreements, testimony, evidence, memoranda and reports, and motions to dismiss. Includes correspondence with R.D. Trimble, an engineer hired by Tredegar to prepare exhibits for the defense, Robert E. Horton, a hydraulics consultant engineer hired by Tredegar, and W.S. Lee Engineering Company. Included is a letter, 7 October 1930, from R.P. Eubank, General real estate agent for the C & O Railway, accusing Tredegar of taking more water from the canal than had been agreed upon. Also included is a copy of the final agreement, 1 January 1937, between C & O and Tredegar. Researchers should consult Series I, Suit papers, for more in-depth information, including depositions, evidence, reporters transcripts, and reports.

In 1933, the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad company asserted that the ironworks had been using more water from the James River and Kanawha Canal than allowed by its grants. The issue apparently came to a head after the ironworks complained about the deterioration of the canal and the railroad responded by asking the court for a restraining order, permanent injunction, and damages. At issue were the numerous grants issued, prior to 1870, by the James River Company, regarding the number of inches of water Tredegar had purchased to use. It was difficult to determine the exact measurement of water and the case was finally settled out of court in 1936. The court case was expensive and the settlement costly, but the expense was probably less than a full conversion to electric motor drive would have entailed.

SUBSERIES 6: GEORGE W. LAYMAN AND OTHERS (1909-1948)

This subseries is housed in 2 boxes and is arranged chronologically by year. The subseries consists of correspondence regarding Tredegars land properties, including Cloverdale, Grace, Jane, and Rebecca furnaces, in Botetourt County, Virginia. Most of the letters are from George W. Layman and E.V. Barley, attorneys and managing agents for Tredegar. Topics include permits to hunt on the land, lumber rights, boundaries of the land, forest fires, surveys, and land assessments.

Tredegar owned numerous blast furnaces, including Cloverdale, Grace, Catawba, Rebecca, Australia, and Mt. Torry. Most of these furnaces were closed by the 1870s, although Tredegar maintained the land and timber on the sites for many years.

SUBSERIES 7: THE RAIL JOINT COMPANY AND POOR & COMPANY (1925-1957)

This subseries is housed in 24 boxes and is arranged chronologically by year. The subseries contains correspondence, orders, telegrams, and vouchers regarding rail joints and rails purchased from Tredegar by the Rail Joint Company. Tredegar was subcontracted by the Rail Joint Company to manufacture rail products for numerous companies, including the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, Central of Georgia Railway, Central Vermont Railway, Charleston & Western Carolina Railway Company, Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Company, Erie Railroad Company, New York, New Haven & Hartford Railway Company, Norfolk & Western Railway Company, Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad, Seaboard Air Line Railway Company, Southern Railway Company, Virginian Railway Company, and Weir Kilby Corporation. The letters also often included blueprints of the various rails and joints to be made by Tredegar. (The blueprints were often separated out due to size and are listed in Appendix A: Oversize).

In 1904 the Continuous Rail Joint Company was founded in Canada. In 1905 Continuous Rail Joint Company merged with Weber Rail Joint Company and Independent Supply Company of Chicago to form the Rail Joint Company of New York. The Rail Joint Company was a manufacturer of iron rails and other railroad products in South Troy, New York. In 1929 the company was purchased by former Rail Joint Company employee, Fred Poor, and renamed Poor and Company. In 1968 Poor and Company changed its name to Portec, Inc.

SUBSERIES 8: SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY (1901-1957)

This subseries is housed in 14 boxes and is arranged chronologically by year. The subseries contains correspondence, orders, and telegrams regarding items purchased and sold between Southern Railway Company and Tredegar. Includes orders placed by Southern Railway Company for track spikes, forgings, angle bars, fish plates, cast iron car wheels, arch bars, brake lever pins and shoe keys, and boat spikes. The letters and orders include purchase price and amount, and arrangements for inspectors to look at the materials. Also included are bills, correspondence, and telegrams regarding scrap metal purchased by Tredegar from Southern Railway Company. Tredegar purchased large quantities of scrap iron and steel, including angle bars, rails, car wheels, pipe, and rope, for reuse at their mills.

The Southern Railway Company, headquartered in Washington, D.C., was organized in 1894 from the bankrupt Richmond and Danville Railroad Company, incorporated in Virginia in 1847, and several other railroad companies. Samuel Spencer was Southerns first president and served from 1894-1903. Southern and its predecessors were responsible for many firsts in the industry. Its predecessor, the South Carolina Canal & Rail Road Co., was the first to carry passengers, U.S. troops and mail on steam-powered trains, and it was the first to operate at night. In 1953, Southern Railway became the first major railroad in the United States to convert totally to diesel-powered locomotives, ending its rich history in the golden age of steam. The Southern Railroad eventually became the product of nearly 150 predecessor lines that were combined, reorganized, and recombined since the 1830s. In 1982 the Norfolk and Western Railway combined with the Southern Railroad creating the Norfolk Southern Railway.

SUBSERIES 9: U.S. GOVERNMENT (1917-1957)

This subseries is housed in 5 boxes and is arranged chronologically by year. The subseries consists of brochures, correspondence, memoranda, certificates of inspection, photographs, receipts, specifications, and blueprints. Correspondence is from the War Department Ordnance Office and Procurement Division for the U.S. Army and Navy and relates to munitions produced by Tredegar for the government. Topics include the sale and shipment of munitions, specifications, bid requests, and transfer of ordnance property. Also included are memoranda regarding Tredegars attempts to have its employees exempt from the draft, identification of visitors, war emergency courses in employment management, and schedules of wages.

SUBSERIES 10: MISCELLANEOUS (1900-1919)

This subseries is housed in 4 boxes and was maintained in its original order. These papers were housed in eight separate binders originally and since the relationship between the binders was undeterminable, it was decided that they would not be interfiled. The numeric system for the binders (called Binders 1-8) was artificial, created as a means to distinctly label each binder.

This subseries consists of correspondence, receipts, telegrams, and vouchers regarding materials bought from, sold and shipped to Tredegar. It is unknown why these materials were not originally with Subseries 1, since many of the manuscripts duplicate materials found in the general letter collection. It was decided by the archivist to keep this subseries together to maintain its original provenance.

Of note is Binder 5, 1916-1917, which includes letters and progress reports on the production of Howitzer shells by Tredegar for the Crucible Steel Company of America (NY). Also of note is Binder 6, 1918- 1919, which includes reports on the number of employees working in the machine shop, along with monthly production cost reports. Also included is correspondence between Tredegar and the District Board for the Eastern District of Virginia, regarding the exemption of employees from the draft.

SERIES VII: CORRESPONDENCE, OUTGOING LETTERBOOKS (1841-1942)

The Outgoing Correspondence series is housed in 326 boxes and 171 volumes on shelf and is arranged into three subseries. Subseries have been designated for General and Special letterbooks, Foundry letterbooks, and Horse shoe letterbooks. The letterbooks from 1852-1901, are onionskin copies and are often very fragile, faded, and quite difficult to read. Special care must be taken when using these letterbooks. The more fragile letterbooks are in such bad condition that they are not available for use by researchers. These letterbooks are currently undergoing conservation work and will be made available at a later date. It is noted on the finding aid which letterbooks are unavailable for use. It is hoped that all of the letterbooks will be microfilmed in the near future to prevent any further deterioration.

This series includes correspondence mostly regarding the sale of iron products made by Tredegar, transported to various companies in Virginia, and sold throughout the south and northeast. The correspondence includes information on prices, quantity sold, shipment, and customer satisfaction. These letters are similar to the incoming correspondence series and contain letters to many of the same companies. This series is a good source for information on products Tredegar produced and sold throughout its history, as well as its relationships with other companies, and its shipping practices. Also included are many letters regarding raw and scrap materials purchased.

Unfortunately for the researcher, these letterbooks do not include many references to the internal workings of the company, nor do they include information on employee-employer relationships. These letterbooks are mainly concerned with the sale of Tredegar wares. Sometimes a letter to the insurance company might crop up containing information on an employee who was injured or had their wages garnished. Mostly though Series VI and VII deal with the production and sale of Tredegar products.

There is much overlapping between the letterbooks, although it is not known why this occurred. For example there are three letterbooks, May 1873-September 1873, May 1873-April 1877, and May 1873-July 1873, to cover the same time period. The reasoning for all of this overlap is unknown. Sometimes there were letterbooks from both the Tredegar office in Richmond and the office in New York. It is therefore necessary for the researcher to check all volumes for the time period in which they are interested. Of note, many of the letterbooks include full name indexes which can be very useful.

SUBSERIES 1: GENERAL LETTERBOOKS (1841-1942)

This subseries is housed in 316 boxes and 126 volumes on shelf and is arranged chronologically. The letterbooks from 1841-1851 are handwritten copies of letters on sturdy ledger paper and are in fairly good condition. The letterbooks from 1852-1900, are onionskin copies and are very fragile, faded, and sometimes quite difficult to read. Special care must be taken when using these letterbooks. Some of the more fragile letterbooks were in such bad condition that they are not available for use by researchers and cannot be served. Starting in 1888, some of the letters are typed, rather than handwritten, and therefore easier to read. Beginning in 1918 the letterbooks consists of typewritten copies of letters glued into the letterbook volumes.

The letterbooks include an immense amount of information on what and to whom Tredegar sold its products. Included are orders for rails, spikes, horseshoes, angle plates, fish plates, axles, box cars, bolts, car wheels, gondola cars, nails, munitions, braces, iron work, and other rail equipment. Also included is correspondence regarding coal, scrap iron, pig iron, and other raw materials Tredegar purchased. Other topics include efforts to drum up new business, employment at Tredegar, account balances, shipment of orders, sale of Tredegar stock, finances, condition of scrap iron purchased, the panic of 1873, sale of Tredegar furnace properties, purchases of lumber (entire letterbook 29 November 1881-24 April 1882), proposal for work done to the plant and surrounding streets, bills of lading for products sent, and insurance claims for injuries to employees. Included are correspondence to railroad companies, banks, coal, copper, and lumber suppliers, and insurance companies. Included are letters from the managers at Tredegar throughout the years, including Archer Anderson, Joseph Anderson, Robert Archer, Matthew Delaney, F.T. Glasgow, and John F. Tanner.

Included in some of the letterbooks are copies of agreements for orders and reports on the mineral resources of land in Botetourt County, Virginia, and Mitchell County, North Carolina (see 4 November 1880-17 November 1892). Also included is correspondence regarding the sale of box cars to the United Railroads of Havana (Cuba). The letterbook, 1898 April 9 to 1901 November 23, includes correspondence and progress reports on the inspection, production, and shipment of munitions made at Petersburg Iron Works, Virginia, to the Fort Monroe Arsenal, Virginia. Most of the letters were written to Lieutenant Colonel W.A. Marye, Fort Monroe Arsenal Commander, from the inspectors at Petersburg Iron Works. Included are letterbooks from Tredegars New York offices, 1868-1875. John F. Tanner, vice president of Tredegar, ran the office from 1868 until January 1870. E.A. Wickes was then appointed head of the office until 1875, when the office was closed. After the office was closed, Tredegar still maintained agents in New York including, John Fey and C. Foote. Their letterbooks are also included. Many of these letterbooks seem to be the most fragile and are unavailable to researchers at the present time.

Included at the beginning of the subseries are three boxes of note cards containing an index to seven volumes of letter books, from March 1860 to December 1861. These cards were indexed by Burke Thompson in 1947. According to a memo by Burke Thompson (Box 861), the note cards were indexed based on the subject of Tredegars contribution during the Civil War. Topics include caissons, cannons, muskets, and projectiles sold, raw materials purchased for the manufacture of munitions, the railroad system, views of succession and the war, labor, prices, prisoners of war, Confederate bonds, and battles near Richmond. Volumes indexed include: Volume I. 12 March 1860-31 May 1860; Volume II. 31 May 1860-21 August 1860; Volume III. 15 August 1860-27 November 1860; Volume IV. 28 November 1860-16 January 1861; Volume V. 16 January 1861-1 May 1861; Volume VI. 1 May 1861-24 August 1861; and Volume VII. 24 August 1861-1 December 1861. (Note: The letterbooks 1 May 1861-24 August 1861 and 24 August 1861-1 December 1861 are very badly damaged and cannot be served).

Of note, the letterbooks, 1860-1865, are of special interest to researchers interested in the Civil War. Included are letters relating to the munitions sold, including statistics on items sold and prices, munitions sold to the U.S. government before the war, problems with purchasing and shipping raw materials during the war, furnaces owned by Tredegar, the 1863 fire at Tredegar, government contracts, list of men employed at Tredegar rolling mill suspect to the conscription act of 1863, list of men between the ages of 18 and 45 working at Tredegar in 1863, and issues relating to the draft and employment of men at Tredegar. Includes correspondence to James A. Seddon (Sec. of War), William Fontaine, John W. Mosby, Stephen R. Mallory (Sec. of Navy), Thomas O. Moore (Gov. of Louisiana), John J. Pettus (Gov. of Mississippi), John Letcher (Gov. of Virginia), along with numerous other officers.

At the end of the series are two letterbook, labeled, Special letterbook 1902 June 30-1918 December 31, and, Special letterbook 1918 December 12-1944 January 26. These letterbooks are of note because they include internal memoranda and correspondence regarding employees, board meetings, and finances of Tredegar, rather than sale of its products. Topics include loans and stocks, reminders for board meetings, taxes, accounting practices of Tredegar, contributions to the Jewish War Relief Fund and Liberty Loans, payroll accounts, changes to the rolling mills, help wanted advertising, job offers, and employee wage scales, hourly rates, raises, and bonus. Of note is letter to John Souther from Archer Anderson, regarding his father, Joseph Reid Anderson, and Tredegar during the Civil War (1910 July 29) and a letter to Senator Claude Swanson regarding the eight hour work day (1911 December 21). Also includes correspondence to U.S. Bureau of Ordnance regarding orders for munitions.

SUBSERIES 2: FOUNDRY LETTERBOOKS (1905-1942)

This subseries is housed in 4 boxes and 29 volumes on shelf and is arranged chronologically. These letterbooks contains correspondence from the foundry department regarding orders for products such as, axles, sash weights, and wheels. Included is correspondence with the U.S. Bureau of Ordnance regarding munitions produced by Tredegar. Also included are lists of employees sent to the U.S. Bureau of Ordnance, 1917-1918, requesting exemption from military duty or classification. These lists often include the employees name, race, and job title. Most of the letterbooks are indexed.

SUBSERIES 3: HORSESHOE LETTERBOOKS (1907-1942)

This subseries is housed in 6 boxes and 16 volumes on shelf and is arranged chronologically. These letterbooks contain correspondence and invoices for horseshoes made by Tredegar. Topics include prices, amount, method of shipment, and confirmation telegrams. On some of the letterbooks front and back covers is a drawing with different types of horseshoes. Most of the letterbooks are indexed.

SUBSERIES VIII: ANDERSON FAMILY PAPERS (1841-1936) (bulk 1865-1920)

The Anderson Family Papers is housed in 40 boxes and 3 volumes on shelf and is arranged into seven subseries. Subseries have been designated for Anderson family, Archer Anderson, Estate of Archer Anderson Sr., Edward R. Archer, Joseph R. Anderson, Estate of Joseph R. Anderson, and Estate of St. George M. Anderson. The series consists of accounts, account books, agreements, bills, cancelled checks, correspondence, deeds, estate accounts, insurance policies, inventories, journals, ledgers, letter books, notebooks, promissory notes, receipts, stock certificates, suit papers, and taxes.

The series was maintained in its original order, although there is much overlapping between this series and the rest of the collection. It is unknown why some deeds, insurance policies, journals, letterbooks, and ledgers were placed with the Anderson family papers. Much of the information in this series relates more to the general operations of Tredegar, rather than of a family and personal nature. Therefore researchers should check all series for pertinent information. For example, researchers should note that there are numerous agreements and deeds in Subseries 4: Estate of Joseph R. Anderson, concerning the organization and purchase of land surrounding Tredegar. There are also numerous agreements and deeds in Series I: Administrative records. See Appendix B for a complete listing of agreements and deeds found in the collection.

SUBSERIES 1: ANDERSON FAMILY (1841-1919) (bulk 1860-1898)

This subseries is housed in 4 boxes and is arranged alphabetically by folder title. The series consists of accounts, bills of sale for slaves, certificates, correspondence, journals, ledgers, legal records, minutes, promissory notes, receipts, and taxes.

The accounts include a receipt from Hollywood Cemetery Company, L.T. Christian Funeral Home, and Virginia Hospital, all of Richmond, Virginia, for the care of Mrs. John F.T. Anderson, 1897-1898. The accounts also include notes from a meeting of the stockholders, 7 January 1851, containing a distribution of shares to stockholders due for the sale of property; an account of payments due J.R. Anderson from the Monteview Mining and Manufacturing Company, 1857; and receipts for supplies purchased for the Anderson family home.

The brochures include pamphlets for Bayley & Crowell Improved turbine water wheel (Wilmington, De), 1872; P. H. & F. M. Roots Rotary blowers (Connersville, In), 1864; Gillespies Rotary hydraulic governors for water wheels (Boston, Ma), 1869; Stout, Mills & Temple (Dayton, Oh) American turbine water wheel, 1872; and Greenwood Iron works Brysons turbine turret case water wheel (Cincinnati, Oh), 1869.

Of note are bills of sale for slaves purchased by Joseph R. Anderson, 1842-1865. The bills of sale include the name of the slaves, age, owner, date, and price paid. Although it is not noted on the receipts, the slaves were most likely for work at Tredegar and not for personal use. The slaves were men, women, and children purchased from Petersburg and Richmond, Virginia.

Topics included in the correspondence, 1851-1917, pertain to various estate and land settlements in Maryland, Nebraska, and Virginia; purchases from the Navy Department; debts; letters from Gustavus V. Fox, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, extolling the capabilities of Tredegar in 1866; purchase of bonds; will of Mary Jane Anderson, 1899; and a report to the Interstate Commerce Commission, dated 1908, describing the railroad tracks at Tredegar. Correspondents include Francis Thomas, James C. Dobbin, Lewis E. Mason, Joseph R. Anderson, W.E. Dodge, Charles Marshall, Gustavus V. Fox, O.F. Moore, C.M. Miller, Archer Anderson, and L.V.T. Randolph.

The legal records contain stockholder meeting minutes, 4 April 1848, regarding the sale of Tredegar to Joseph R. Anderson; a list of balances from J. R. Anderson & Companys books, 1 January 1860, and 1 October 1861; a statement of bonds belonging to J. R. Anderson deposited in the Farmers Bank of Virginia, 1863; agreement between James River and Kanawha Company and Tredegar, for the rent charge on water use, 11 July 1853; legal opinion, 9 August 1865, regarding the purchase of land in Buchanan County, Virginia, by J. R. Anderson from Edward Valentine and the issue of the devalued Confederate money; list of Tredegar bonds belonging to J. R. Anderson, 1882; receipts, petitions, correspondence, accounts, and statements regarding the sale of Monteview Mining and Manufacturing Company (Allegany County, Virginia) from Jacob M. Kunkel to J. R. Anderson, 1859; abstracts of titles and agreements for land in Duluth, Minnesota, 1891-1897; and correspondence regarding a lawsuit over the tax paid by Tredegar, 1916-1917.

The notebooks include drawings and calculations of water wheels and turbines, and promissory notes and receipts for work done on Archer Andersons home on Franklin Street (Richmond, Va.) in 1881 by George Gibson, W.W. Wingo, and other contractors. Included are stock certificates from Iron Car Equipment Company, Mobile and Montgomery Railroad Company, Monteview Mining and Manufacturing Company, Richmond and St. Paul Land and Improvement, and the Valley Turnpike Company, among others. Also included are tax receipts for land in Duluth, Minnesota and Omaha, Nebraska, 1866-1919, and correspondence, reports, constitution and by- laws, and minutes of the United States Association of Spike Manufacturers, 1885-1899.

Also included are journals and ledgers from the various incorporations of Tredegar, including Anderson Association, Anderson Association-Bacon Syndicate Purchase, Jessup Purchase Association, and J.R. Anderson and Company, 1876-1884.

SUBSERIES 2: ARHCER ANDERSON (1860-1917)

This subseries is housed in eleven boxes and contains correspondence and letter books, 1860-1917. Topics included in the loose correspondence are debts, ongoing lawsuits and court proceedings, finances, sale of property in Virginia, membership in the Union Library Association, purchases of purebred dogs, and taxes. Correspondents include Joseph R. Anderson, George Drovin, Malcolm Bruce, Camm Patteson, Solomon Heath, John A. Gum, C.W. Chapman, E.A. Semple, Kirkwood Mitchell, and Murray McGuire.

The letterbooks, 1860-1917, contain both personal and business correspondence, and although marked, private letters of Archer Anderson, most relate to Tredegar business. Almost all of the letters are from Archer Anderson, although included are letters from Joseph R. Anderson, during the 1860-1880 period. The letterbooks are very fragile, faded, and quite difficult to read, so care must be taken when using them. The letterbook marked, 1860-1870, includes correspondence from 1860-1861 and 1867-1870, but none for the period of the Civil War, 1861-1865.

Topics of a personal matters in the letterbooks include the settlement of estates for which Anderson was executor; recommendations of jobs for friends; correspondence with lawyers regarding financial affairs; correspondence with Joseph E. Johnston regarding the Civil War, 21 June 1872; biographical information on Archer Anderson, Sr., by his grandson, Archer Anderson, 20 May 1873; correspondence with Thomas J. Munford (1831-1918) regarding a manuscript written about the Civil War, 1910; travel arrangements; donation of a section of the C.S.S. Virginia to the Confederate Museum (Richmond, Va.), 1910; correspondence with historians and researchers writing articles on Civil War generals, events, and Tredegar; correspondence and payments to stores for personal purchases; correspondence regarding his appointment by the Grand Camp of Confederate Veterans of Virginia to make a recommendation to the legislature to establish a uniform symbol of the seal of the commonwealth, 1910-1912; campaign contributions to Woodrow Wilson; correspondence regarding repairs to the family home, including issues of lighting and repavement of the roads; correspondence regarding boards he was on, for example the Central Lunatic Asylum and the committee to raise money for a statue of Robert E. Lee; and school tuitions for his children.

Business correspondence includes inquiries regarding the purchase of lumber for the manufacturing of railroad cars, 1860; list of stockholders shares, 1867; land holdings in Minnesota; relating to the depression of 1873 and Tredegars financial assets; agreements between Chesapeake and Ohio Railway and Tredegar, 1873; correspondence from Joseph R. Anderson, including correspondence with John F. Tanner, 1867 April 22, regarding the organization of Tredegar; bank loan payments; sale of Tredegar stocks and bonds; purchasing of scrap metal; letters to shareholders regarding their profits; and iron ore properties in Virginia and West Virginia.

Correspondents include James K. Campbell, William Duvall, Heros von Borcke (1835-1895), Augustus Hill Garland (1832-1899), Alexander Hamilton, E.L. Hobson, William Johnston, James L. Patton, James A. Roberts, James Robb, Joseph E. Johnston (1807-1891), Crerar, Adams & Co., John F. Winston, William Scott, John Sharp, W.W. Woodruff, J.E. Wadley, Robert L. Pierrepont, E.L. Hobson, Jubal A. Early (1816-1894), Henry Morton, Alexander J. Bondurant, and John McAverney.

SUBSERIES 3: ESTATE OF ARCHER ANDERSON, SR. (1918-1921)

This subseries consists of one folder of papers, 1918-1921, including statement of taxes, correspondence, and accounts for land in Duluth, Minnesota, and a receipt for turfing graves in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia.

SUBSERIES 4: EDWARD R. ARCHER (1867-1918)

This subseries is housed in two boxes and includes the private notebooks of Edward R. Archer, 1894-1918, and some loose papers, 1867-1910. The loose papers include miscellaneous letters to Joseph and Archer Anderson regarding meetings of stockholders, orders for iron bars, wheels, spikes, and axles, sale of scrap iron, and price quotes. Correspondents include the Dover Company (NY), Dickson Manufacturing Company (Pa.), Virginia and Tennessee Railroad Company (Va.), South Side and Norfolk and Petersburg Railroad Companies (Va.), Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company (Va.), Ohio and Mississippi Railway Company (OH), Petersburg Railroad Company (Va.), and W.S. Donnan and Company (Va.).

The notebooks, contain daily notations, 1894-1918, regarding business and family life. These notebooks are a good source for the day to day operations at Tredegar during this period, especially regarding the expansions to the water power system and maintenance of buildings at the company. The notebooks also contain information on local events in Richmond, such as new roads and buildings, politics, deaths, social events, and weather. Included are reports on driving the horse shoe factory by water power; estimates of the value of Tredegar buildings; notes on the railroad strike and riot in Richmond 1903 June; repairs and expansions to the buildings, furnaces, and water systems at Tredegar; weather observations; noting deaths of prominent Richmond citizens; important events in Richmond and surrounding counties, such as the electrocution of Floyd and Claud Allen in 1913; bids for work won by Tredegar and competitors; general notes on what mills were working and which were in repair; architectural use of iron in buildings; dividends received from Tredegar stock; fire in the spike mill in 1903; purchase of the U.S.S. Monitor Montauk for scrap metal in 1904; and local political elections. National and international events noted include the coal strike of 1902 and railroad strikes; the Panama Canal; the Chicago (Ill.) fire of 1903; trial of Standard Oil in 1911; commission of a memorial for the USS Maine; loss of the Titanic in 1912; World War I; and prohibition. Drawings are included next to some of his notations, of turbine wheels, bridge repairs, layout of the buildings, and a sketch of the Richmond Horse Show in 1902.

SUBSERIES 5: JOSEPH R. ANDERSON (1865-1892)

This subseries is housed in 7 boxes and 2 volumes and contains journals, ledgers, and letterbooks. The journals and ledgers, 1865-1892, relate mostly to Andersons private expenses, such as tolls, taxes, food, telegrams, household purchases, value of Confederate currency after the Civil War, servants salaries, stock, and land properties in Maryland, Minnesota, and Virginia. Some expenses are included relating to Tredegar, such as building repair costs, gas bills, stock payments, interest, and miscellaneous sundries. Also contained are expenses for Tredegar farm land in Goochland County, including Beaverdam, Forest, Lewis, and Pleasant Green farms. Researchers interested in journals and ledgers from Tredegar should also check Series II: General Accounts.

Includes accounts with Edward R. Archer, E.L. Hobson, John F.T. Anderson, Robert Archer, George Scott, R.W. Winston, Henry Rowland, Fannie A. Hobson, William Talley, Mary F. Goodwin, Minnesota Iron Car Company, J.R. Anderson & Co., Anderson Association, Jessup-Purchase Association, and Joseph R. Anderson and Company. Ledgers A and B are indexed, while the journals are not.

The letter books, 1867-1892, are in relatively good condition, although some have water damage and have faded. The exception is the letterbook dated 1882 June 10-1886 March 12, which is too fragile and cannot be served. As with all of the letterbooks in the collection, extra care must be taken when using the books. All of the letterbooks are indexed.

Topics include stocks and bonds, selling shares of Tredegar to investors to secure capital for the company, purchases of lumber, building of a bridge and railroad track connecting Belle Isle to the northern bank of the James River, payment of taxes, loan agreement between James River and Kanawha Company and the Dover Company, repairs to personal homes, Andersons service on the Board of Visitors for Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), establishment of a scholarship at the University of Virginia, and a brief sketch of products and types of foundries at Tredegar, written by Anderson for a publication (1876 Sept. 3-1878 June 10, page 245-248). Also includes information on the sale and rent of land and farms, both personal and Tredegar property, including the Cloverdale and Catawba furnace properties, in Maryland, Texas, and Virginia.

Correspondents include Thomas J. Boyd, Charles Marshall, T.A. Baylor, James H. Blake, Thomas H. West, Thomas H. Ellis, John F. Winslow, Joel Parker, John F. Tanner, John Netherland, James W. Henderson, Joseph Dilworth, C.P. Huntington, R. Tomlinson, William H. Aspinwall, Nathaniel Thayer, H.D. Whitcomb, John B. Garden, William W. Patton, Alexander H. Rutherford, Charles M. Miller, Joseph Wolfolk, James H. Young, D.H. Gordon, C.M. Jordan, William A. Glasgow, Charles H. Harrison, Charles C. Dwight, Jed Hotchkiss, Claiborne Watkins, and John Fey.

SUBSERIES 6: ESTATE OF JOSEPH R. ANDERSON (1848-1930) (bulk 1892-1910)

This subseries is housed in 17 boxes and 1 volume and is arranged alphabetically by folder title. Includes account books, correspondence, contracts, checks, deeds, estate accounts, ledgers, letter books, promissory notes, receipts, vouchers, and suit papers regarding the estate of Joseph R. Anderson (1813-1892) and administered by Archer Anderson, Jr.

Of note within the collection are the agreements and deeds, 1848-1930. Included are deeds relating to the early Tredegar partnership agreements between Joseph R. Anderson, Charles Morriss, Matthew Delany, Francis Glasgow, Robert Archer, Robert S. Archer, John Tanner, and William Steptoe. Also included are contracts to supply the United States Navy with steam engines for the U.S. Steamer Roanoke, 1854, and deeds for furnaces and land in Botetourt and New Kent Counties, and Richmond, Virginia; and Maryland and Minnesota. After 1892, most of the deeds and agreements relate to the financial and contractual settlements by the heirs of the estate of Joseph R. Anderson. Many of the deeds and agreements in this subseries correlate to the Real Estate Files in Series I: General Administrative Records. Researchers should consult both series to find all related deeds. An itemized listing of agreements and deeds in Series I and Series VIII can be found in Appendix B.

The main section of the subseries is the estate accounts. The estate accounts consist of account books, inventories, promissory notes, receipts, and vouchers for the settlement and division of the estate. Included are receipts to pay off personal purchases, bank loans, and interest to the heirs of Joseph R. Anderson, and taxes and repayment of loans from Tredegar. The inventories contain an itemized listing of the disbursements of the estate of Joseph R. Anderson. The estate was divided among the five children of Joseph R. Anderson: Fannie A. Hobson, Mary Anderson Bruce, Joseph R. Anderson, Jr., John F.T. Anderson, and Archer Anderson, Jr. The correspondence and letter books, 1867-1922, concern the division of the estate of Joseph R. Anderson, and include letters between the heirs of the estate, along with correspondence among lawyers, banks, and debtors, to Archer Anderson. Jr. Also included is correspondence with E.P. Alexander, president of Duluth Banking Company, regarding property Joseph R. Anderson acquired in Duluth, Minnesota. The special summaries and suit papers relate to legal proceedings regarding the division of the estate. Included is a copy of the last will of Joseph R. Anderson; stock and bond agreements; papers relating to the lawsuit of Henry A.V. Post against The Atlantic Trust Company, the Railroad Equipment Company and the Iron Car Equipment Company, 1897; and a pamphlet entitled, Car Trusts in the United States, 1894.

SUBSERIES 7: ESTATE OF ST. GEORGE M. ANDERSON (1908-1936)

This series is housed in 1 box and arranged alphabetically by folder title. Includes bank books, checks, correspondence, insurance, receipts, and tax receipts for the estate of St. George M. Anderson (d. 1936), administered by Archer Anderson, Jr. Includes personal property, state, and real estate taxes paid by St. George M. Anderson in Henrico County, Virginia, 1908-1936; real estate and personal insurance policies; and correspondence and drawings regarding land on Three Chopt Road in Henrico County, Virginia.

Arrangement

The records are arranged into eight series. Series have been designated for: Series I: Administrative records; Series II: General accounts; Series III: Production and labor records; Series IV: Purchasing and receiving records; Series V: Sales and shipping records; Series VI: Correspondence, Incoming; Series VII: Correspondence, Outgoing; and Series VIII: Anderson family papers.

Contents List

Series I. Administrative Records, 1801-1957 (bulk 1900-1950)
Boxes: 1-54
Extent: 23.7 cu. ft. (56 boxes and 14 volumes on shelf).

General materials arranged to the front, followed by records arranged alphabetically by title. See Appendix B for an itemized listing of real estate deeds, 1801-1955.

  • Box-folder 1:1
    General, Annual survey report for Virginia Dept. of Labor and Industry, 1949-1954
  • Box-folder 1:2
    General, Army-Navy E Awards, 1942-1945
  • Box-folder 1:3
    General, Bylaws, 1871
  • Box-folder 1:4
    General, Amendment of bylaws, 1947-1953
  • Box-folder 1:5
    General, Certificates, 1931
  • Box-folder 1:6
    General, Chesapeake and Ohio damage claim, 1952
  • Box-folder 1:7
    General, Circular, 1867
  • Box-folder 1:8
    General, Code of fair competition for the chilled car wheel industry, Reports and correspondence, 1934
  • Box-folder 1:9
    General, Code of fair competition for the metal industry, Labor, 1932-1934
  • Box-folder 1:10
    General, Code of fair competition for the metal industry, Tariffs, 1934-1935
  • Box-folder 1:11
    General, Contracts, 1937-1955
  • Box-folder 1:12
    General, Contracts cancelled, 1927-1957
  • Box-folder 1:13
    General, Cost analysis, 1922-1924
  • Box-folder 1:14
    General, Description of Tredegar property, 1922
  • Box-folder 1:15
    General, Gray Iron Foundry Industry Code, Reports and correspondence, 1935
  • Box-folder 1:16
    General, History of Tredegar, by Joseph R. Anderson, Given at the American Society of Merchants Engineers, 12 Nov. 1890
  • Box-folder 1:17
    General, Laws and regulations governing international traffic in arms, ammunition and other implements of war, 1938
  • Box-folder 1:18
    General, Memorandum of recent pertinent decision of the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia affecting the taxation of machinery and tools, 1930
  • Box-folder 2:1
    General, Navy Price Adjustment Board papers, 1942-1943
  • Box-folder 2:2
    General, Navy Price Adjustment Board papers, 1944-1946
  • Box-folder 2:3
    General, Photograph, c. 1910
  • Box-folder 2:4
    General, Pittsburgh (Pa.) Testing Laboratory and Pontiac (Mi.) motor division, Correspondence, 1952-1953
  • Box-folder 2:5
    General, President's reports to the Board of Directors, Comparitive financial statements, 1917-1924
  • Box-folder 2:6
    General, President's reports to the Board of Directors, General, 1914-1933
  • Box-folder 2:7
    General, Publications, U.S. National Recovery Administration, 1933-1937
  • Box-folder 2:8
    General, Publications, William and Mary Quarterly, 1926-1927
  • Box-folder 2:9
    General, Report on examination of accounts for the two years ending 21 Dec. 1923
  • Box-folder 2:10
    General, Notes used for the report on examination of accounts for the two years ending 21 Dec. 1923
  • Box-folder 2:11
    General, Report on examination for the nine months ending 30 Sept. 1956
  • Box-folder 3:1
    General, Reports to the Federal Power Commission, 1938-1955
  • Box-folder 3:2
    General, Reports to the Federal Trade Commission, 1947-1951
  • Box-folder 3:3
    General, Report on the fire at the horseshoe department, 24 April 1926
  • Box-folder 3:4
    General, Report on labor to state and federal government, 1952-1955
  • Box-folder 3:5
    General, Report on Tredegar by Freyn, Brassert & Co., 1922
  • Box-folder 3:6
    General, Reports to the Office of Price Administration, 1941-1942
  • Box-folder 3:7
    General, Reports to the Office of Price Administration, 1943-1946
  • Box-folder 3:8
    General, Reports to Virginia State Corporation Commission, 1945-1957
  • Box-folder 3:9
    General, Richmond Chamber of Commerce, Resolution regarding the death of Joseph R. Anderson, 1892
  • Box-folder 3:10
    General, United States Food Administration Agency, 1918
  • Box-folder 3:11
    General, Wage adjustment papers, 1937-1943
  • Box-folder 3:12
    General, Wage adjustment papers, 1944-1945
  • Box-folder 4:1
    Albemarle and Tredegar merger data, Board of Directors meeting, 1957
  • Box-folder 4:2
    Albemarle and Tredegar merger data, Correspondence, 1955-1957
  • Box-folder 4:3
    Albemarle and Tredegar merger data, Financial materials, 1956-1957
  • Box-folder 4:4
    Albemarle and Tredegar merger data, List of equipment included in agreement, nd
  • Box-folder 4:5
    Albemarle and Tredegar merger data, Miscellaneous, 1956-1957, see also Oversize Folder No. 4
  • Box-folder 4:6
    Albemarle and Tredegar merger data, Summary plan of merger to stockholders, 1957
  • Volume on shelf
    Copies of deeds, agreements, etc. involving the company, c. 1812-1925- Misc. Reel 2562. DO NOT SERVE ORIGINAL
  • Box 4a
    Copies of letters, clippings, etc. involving the company, 1837-1931
  • Volume on shelf
    Corporate holdings, 1866- Misc. Reel 2562. DO NOT SERVE ORIGINAL
  • Volume on shelf
    Improvements to Tredegar's Bar mill department, Foundry department, Keg factory department, and Spike mill department, 1920-1924
  • Box-folder 5
    Indexes, unknown, 1882
  • Box-folder 6:1
    Insurance policies, 1926
  • Box-folder 6:2
    Insurance policies, 1933
  • Box-folder 6:3
    Insurance policies, 1934
  • Box-folder 6:4
    Insurance policies, 1935
  • Box-folder 6:5
    Insurance policies, 1936
  • Box-folder 6:6
    Insurance policies, 1937
  • Box-folder 6:7
    Insurance policies, 1938
  • Box-folder 6:8
    Insurance policies, 1939
  • Box-folder 7:1
    Insurance policies, 1941
  • Box-folder 7:2
    Insurance policies, 1942
  • Box-folder 7:3
    Insurance policies, 1943
  • Box-folder 7:4
    Insurance policies, 1944
  • Box-folder 7:5
    Insurance policies, 1945
  • Box-folder 7:6
    Insurance policies, 1948
  • Box-folder 7:7
    Insurance policies, 1950-1951
  • Box-folder 7:8
    Insurance policies, 1952
  • Box-folder 7:9
    Insurance policies, 1953
  • Box-folder 8:1
    Insurance policies, 1954
  • Box-folder 8:2
    Insurance policies, 1955
  • Box-folder 8:3
    Insurance policies, 1956
  • Box-folder 8:4
    Insurance policies, 1957
  • Box-folder 8a:1
    Inventory book, 1860-1870
  • Box-folder 8a:2
    Inventory book, 1906-1917
  • Volume on shelf
    Inventory book, 1894-1895
  • Volume on shelf
    Inventory book, 1896
  • Volume on shelf
    Inventory book, 1908-1917
  • Box-folder 9:1
    Inventories, 1904
  • Box-folder 9:2
    Inventories, 1905
  • Box-folder 9:3
    Inventories, 1906
  • Box-folder 9:4
    Inventories, 1907
  • Box-folder 9:5
    Inventories, 1908
  • Box-folder 9:6
    Inventories, 1909
  • Box-folder 9:7
    Inventories, 1912
  • Box-folder 9:8
    Inventories, 1914
  • Box-folder 9:9
    Inventories, 1915
  • Box-folder 9:10
    Inventories, 1916
  • Box-folder 9:11
    Inventories, 1917
  • Box-folder 9:12
    Inventories, 1918
  • Box-folder 9:13
    Inventories, 1919
  • Box-folder 9:14
    Inventories, 1920
  • Box-folder 9:15
    Inventories, 1921
  • Box-folder 9:16
    Inventories, 1922
  • Box-folder 9:17
    Inventories, 1923
  • Box-folder 10:1
    Inventories, 1924 June 30
  • Box-folder 10:2
    Inventories, 1924 December 31
  • Box-folder 10:3
    Inventories, 1925
  • Box-folder 10:4
    Inventories, 1926
  • Box-folder 10:5
    Inventories, 1927
  • Box-folder 10:6
    Inventories, 1928
  • Box-folder 10:7
    Inventories, 1929
  • Box-folder 10:8
    Inventories, 1930
  • Box-folder 11:1
    Inventories, 1931
  • Box-folder 11:2
    Inventories, 1932
  • Box-folder 11:3
    Inventories, 1933
  • Box-folder 11:4
    Inventories, 1942
  • Box-folder 11:5
    Inventories, 1943
  • Box-folder 11:6
    Inventories, 1944
  • Box-folder 11:7
    Inventories, 1946
  • Box-folder 11:8
    Inventories, 1947
  • Box-folder 11:9
    Inventories, 1948
  • Box-folder 11:10
    Inventories, 1949
  • Box 12
    Minute book, 1837-1850- Misc. Reel 2642 DO NOT SERVE ORIGINAL
  • Box 12
    Minute book, 1867-1930- Misc. Reel 2642 DO NOT SERVE ORIGINAL
  • Volume on shelf
    Minute book, 1867-1899, Photostat copy from original minute book of 1867-1930
  • Volume on shelf
    Minute book, 1930-1947- Misc. Reel 2642 DO NOT SERVE ORIGINAL
  • Box-folder 13:1
    Patents, Agreements 1923-1924
  • Box-folder 13:2
    Patents, Agreements 1926
  • Box-folder 13:3
    Patents, Correspondence, 1906-1927
  • Box-folder 13:4
    Patents, Correspondence, 1928-1941
  • Box-folder 13:5
    Patents, Correspondence regarding the Donner patent, 1929-1933
  • Box-folder 13:6
    Patents, Correspondence regarding the Page patent, 1919-1920
  • Box-folder 13:7
    Patents, Petition, 1906
  • Box-folder 13:8
    Patents, Petition, 1915
  • Box-folder 13:9
    Patents, Petition, 1922
  • Box-folder 13:10
    Patents, Report on the demonstration of the small automatic spike machine, 1922
  • Box-folder 13:11
    Patents, Trademark for horse and mule shoes, 1900-1933
  • Box-folder 14:1
    Patents, Agreement to use patents, 1883
  • Box-folder 14:2
    Patents, No. 9274, Making metal tubing, 1852
  • Box-folder 14:3
    Patents, No. 14063, Metal bars construction, 1911
  • Box-folder 14:4
    Patents, No. 26121, Metal bars construction, 1907
  • Box-folder 14:5
    Patents, No. 44839, Horseshoe machines, 1864
  • Box-folder 14:6
    Patents, No. 69085, Improvements in rolling apparatus for rolling chairs for railroads, 1867
  • Box-folder 14:7
    Patents, No. 69786, Machine for slotting railroad chairs, 1867
  • Box-folder 14:8
    Patents, No. 110756, Improvement in spike machines, 1871
  • Box-folder 14:9
    Patents, No. 158665, Improvement in spikes, 1875
  • Box-folder 14:10
    Patents, No. 159426, Roll for rolling horseshoe- blank bars, 1875
  • Box-folder 14:11
    Patents, No. 168068, Improvement in horseshoes, 1875
  • Box-folder 14:12
    Patents, No. 208844, Improvements in horseshoes, 1878
  • Box-folder 14:13
    Patents, No. 225259, Manufacture of horseshoes, 1880
  • Box-folder 14:14
    Patents, No. 262344, Spike, 1882
  • Box-folder 14:15
    Patents, No. 280801, Nail, 1883
  • Box-folder 14:16
    Patents, No. 329952, Sole or heel fastenings, 1885
  • Box-folder 14:17
    Patents, No. 344136, Shoenail, 1886
  • Box-folder 14:18
    Patents, No. 380577, Apparatus for making drills, 1888
  • Box-folder 14:19
    Patents, No. 542206, Concrete iron construction, 1895
  • Box-folder 14:20
    Patents, No. 655400, Tie plate, 1900
  • Box-folder 14:21
    Patents, No. 698843, Railroad spike, 1902
  • Box-folder 14:22
    Patents, No. 705839, Thrust bearing, 1902
  • Box-folder 14:23
    Patents, No. 713527, Railroad or other spike, 1902
  • Box-folder 14:24
    Patents, No. 809987, Tie plate, 1906
  • Box-folder 14:25
    Patents, No. 845211, Manufacture of horseshoes, 1907
  • Box-folder 14:26
    Patents, No. 851883, Tie plate, 1907
  • Box-folder 14:27
    Patents, No. 853683, Tie plate, 1907
  • Box-folder 14:28
    Patents, No. 853684, Tie plate, 1907
  • Box-folder 14:29
    Patents, No. 921044, Rail tie plate, 1909
  • Box-folder 14:30
    Patents, No. 933164, Tie plate, 1909
  • Box-folder 14:31
    Patents, No. 952259, Tension member for concrete construction, 1910
  • Box-folder 14:32
    Patents, No. 1000954, Tie plate, 1911
  • Box-folder 14:33
    Patents, No. 1014711, Metal reinforcing and spacing bar, 1912
  • Box-folder 14:34
    Patents, No. 1014712, Metal reinforcing and spacing bar, 1912
  • Box-folder 14:35
    Patents, No. 1032856, Tension member for concrete construction, 1912
  • Box-folder 14:36
    Patents, No. 1053081, Twisting die, 1913
  • Box-folder 14:37
    Patents, No. 1086933, Shaping rolls for horseshoe bars, 1914
  • Box-folder 14:38
    Patents, No. 1125885, Nail, screw, and spike, 1915
  • Box-folder 14:39
    Patents, No. 1139026, Engine lothes, 1915
  • Box-folder 14:40
    Patents, No. 1161176, Spiral rolled bars, 1915
  • Box-folder 14:41
    Patents, No. 1164477, Deformed bars for reinforced concrete construction, 1915
  • Box-folder 14:42
    Patents, No. 118980, Rolled bars, 1918
  • Box-folder 14:43
    Patents, No. 1257435, Bar twister, 1918
  • Box-folder 14:44
    Patents, No. 1271029, Practice bomb, 1918
  • Box-folder 14:45
    Patents, No. 1285083, Dummy aerial bomb, 1918
  • Box-folder 14:46
    Patents, No. 1371207, Projectile, 1921
  • Box-folder 14:47
    Patents, No. 1387531, Corebox, 1921
  • Box-folder 14:48
    Patents, No. 1394716, Spirally threading or grooving wire, 1921
  • Box-folder 14:49
    Patents, No. 1404198, Reinforcing bar for concrete, 1922
  • Box-folder 14:50
    Patents, No. 1442329, Core box, 1921-1924
  • Box-folder 14:51
    Patents, No. 1514806, Reinforcing bar for concrete construction, 1924
  • Box-folder 14:52
    Patents, No. 1808466, Method of reforming bars, 1929
  • Box-folder 14:53
    Patents, No. 1808467, Dies for making bars, 1929
  • Box-folder 14:54
    Patents, No. 1808468, Method of making rail joint bars, 1930
  • Box-folder 15:1
    Real estate files, Abstracts of titles, 1906-1909
  • Box-folder 15:2
    Real estate files, Correspondence, 1866-1898
  • Box-folder 15:3
    Real estate files, Correspondence, 1903-1904
  • Box-folder 15:4
    Real estate files, Correspondence, 1906-1907
  • Box-folder 15:5
    Real estate files, Correspondence, 1913
  • Box-folder 15:6
    Real estate files, Correspondence, 1914-1919
  • Box-folder 15:7
    Real estate files, Correspondence, 1920-1928 (see also Oversize Folder No. 3)
  • Box-folder 15:8
    Real estate files, Correspondence, 1930-1954 (see also Oversize Folder No. 4)
  • See Appendix B for an itemized listing of deeds
  • Box-folder 15:9
    Real estate files, Deeds, 1801-1838 (see also Oversize Folder No. 3)
  • Box-folder 15:10
    Real estate files, Deeds, 1843-1848
  • Box-folder 15:11
    Real estate files, Deeds, 1851-1859
  • Box-folder 15:12
    Real estate files, Deeds, 1860-1869
  • Box-folder 16:1
    Real estate files, Deeds, 1870-1876 (see also Oversize Folder No. 3)
  • Box-folder 16:2
    Real estate files, Deeds, 1880-1884 (see also Oversize Folder No. 6)
  • Box-folder 16:3
    Real estate files, Deeds, 1893-1898
  • Box-folder 16:4
    Real estate files, Deeds, 1900-1909 (see also Oversize Folder No. 1 and Oversize Drawer No. 22)
  • Box-folder 16:5
    Real estate files, Deeds, 1913-1915
  • Box-folder 16:6
    Real estate files, Deeds, 1938-1955
  • Box-folder 16:7
    Real estate files, Deeds, nd
  • Box-folder 16:8
    Real estate files, Envelopes, nd
  • Box-folder 16:9
    Real estate files, Reports and correspondence, Cloverdale Iron Property (Botetourt County, Va.), 1894-1919 (see also Oversize Folder No. 1)
  • Box-folder 16:10
    Real estate files, Reports and correspondence, Grace Furnace Property (Botetourt County, Va.), 1883-1920 (see also Oversize Folder No. 1 and 3)
  • Box-folder 16:11
    Real estate files, Reports and correspondence, Tredegar property (Richmond, Va.), 1949-1955 (see also Oversize Folder No. 1)
  • Box-folder 16:12
    Real estate files, Surveys, 1801-1939
  • Box-folder 17:1
    Stock, Annual reports to the stockholders, 1868, 1947-1955
  • Box-folder 17:2
    Stock, List of stockholders, 1918-1953
  • Box-folder 17:3
    Stock, List of stockholders, nd
  • Box-folder 18:1
    Stock, Correspondence, 1920-1925
  • Box-folder 18:2
    Stock, Correspondence, 1932
  • Box-folder 18:3
    Stock, Correspondence, 1933-1938 (see also Oversize Folder No. 3)
  • Box-folder 18:4
    Stock, Correspondence, 1939
  • Box-folder 18:5
    Stock, Correspondence, 1940-1941
  • Box-folder 18:6
    Stock, Correspondence, 1942-1943
  • Box-folder 18:7
    Stock, Correspondence, 1944-1945
  • Box-folder 18:8
    Stock, Correspondence, 1946-1947
  • Box-folder 19:1
    Stock, Correspondence, 1948
  • Box-folder 19:2
    Stock, Correspondence, 1949-1950
  • Box-folder 19:3
    Stock, Correspondence, 1951-1952
  • Box-folder 19:4
    Stock, Correspondence, 1953-1954
  • Box-folder 19:5
    Stock, Correspondence, 1955-1957
  • Box-folder 20:1
    Stock, Stock certificate records, No. 1- 154, 1867-1879
  • Box-folder 20:2
    Stock, Stock certificate records, No. 1- 154, 1867-1879, Loose leaves
  • Box-folder 20:3
    Stock, Stock certificate records, No. 155-270, 1879-1890
  • Box-folder 20:4
    Stock, Stock certificate records, No. 155-270, 1879-1890, Loose leaves
  • Volume on shelf
    Stock, Stock certificate records, No. 271-463, 1891-1904
  • Volume on shelf
    Stock, Stock certificate records, No. 464-666, 1905-1920
  • Volume on shelf
    Stock, Stock certificate records, No. 669-868, 1921-1932
  • Volume on shelf
    Stock, Stock certificate records, No. 869-1068, 1932-1937
  • Volume on shelf
    Stock, Stock certificate records, No. 1069-1268, 1937-1949
  • Volume on shelf
    Stock, Stock certificate records, No. 1269-1370, 1949-1957
  • Box-folder 21:1
    Stock, Stock certificate records, No. 271-463, 1891-1904, Loose leaves
  • Box-folder 21:2
    Stock, Stock certificate records, No. 464-666, 1905-1920, Loose leaves
  • Box-folder 21:3
    Stock, Stock certificate records, No. 669-868, 1921-1932, Loose leaves
  • Box-folder 21:4
    Stock, Stock certificate records, No. 869-1068, 1932-1937, Loose leaves
  • Box-folder 21:5
    Stock, Stock certificate records, No. 1069-1268, 1937-1949, Loose leaves
  • Box-folder 21:6
    Stock, Stock certificate records, No. 1269-1370, 1949-1957, Loose leaves
  • Box 21
    Stock, Stock ledger, 1867-1944
  • Box-folder 21:7
    Stock, Stock ledger, 1867-1944, Loose leaves
  • Box-folder 21:8
    Stock, Stock ledger, 1944-1957
  • Box-folder 21:9
    Stock, Stock ledger, 1944-1957, Loose leaves
  • Box-folder 22:1
    Stock, Stockholders proxies, 1932
  • Box-folder 22:2
    Stock, Stockholders proxies, 1940
  • Box-folder 22:3
    Stock, Stockholders proxies, 1942
  • Box-folder 22:4
    Stock, Stockholders proxies, 1943
  • Box-folder 22:5
    Stock, Stockholders proxies, 1944 March
  • Box-folder 22:6
    Stock, Stockholders proxies, 1944 October
  • Box-folder 22:7
    Stock, Stockholders proxies, 1945
  • Box-folder 22:8
    Stock, Stockholders proxies, 1946
  • Box-folder 22:9
    Stock, Stockholders proxies, 1947
  • Box-folder 22:10
    Stock, Stockholders proxies, 1948
  • Box-folder 22:11
    Stock, Stockholders proxies, 1949
  • Box-folder 22:12
    Stock, Stockholders proxies, 1950
  • Box-folder 23:1
    Stock, Stockholders proxies, 1951
  • Box-folder 23:2
    Stock, Stockholders proxies, 1952
  • Box-folder 23:3
    Stock, Stockholders proxies, 1953
  • Box-folder 23:4
    Stock, Stockholders proxies, 1954
  • Box-folder 23:5
    Stock, Stockholders proxies, 1955
  • Box-folder 23:6
    Stock, Stockholders proxies, 1956
  • Box-folder 23:7
    Stock, Stockholders proxies, 1957
  • Box-folder 24:1
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1837-1849
  • Box-folder 24:2
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1868-1889
  • Box-folder 24:3
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1889-1894
  • Box-folder 24:4
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1894-1896
  • Box-folder 25:1
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1896-1900
  • Box-folder 25:2
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1900-1902
  • Box-folder 25:3
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1903-1906
  • Box-folder 25:4
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1907-1910
  • Box-folder 25:5
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1911-1914
  • Box-folder 25:6
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1915-1916
  • Box-folder 25:7
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1916-1917
  • Box-folder 26:1
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1918-1920
  • Box-folder 26:2
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1920-1922
  • Box-folder 26:3
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1922-1924
  • Box-folder 26:4
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1924-1925
  • Box-folder 26:5
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1926-1927
  • Box-folder 26:6
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1927-1928
  • Box-folder 26:7
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1929
  • Box-folder 26:8
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1930-1932
  • Box-folder 27:1
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1932
  • Box-folder 27:2
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1932
  • Box-folder 27:3
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1932
  • Box-folder 27:4
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1932
  • Box-folder 27:5
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1932-1934
  • Box-folder 27:6
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1935-1936
  • Box-folder 27:7
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1936-1937
  • Box-folder 27:8
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1937-1938
  • Box-folder 28:1
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1938-1940
  • Box-folder 28:2
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1940-1943
  • Box-folder 28:3
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1944
  • Box-folder 28:4
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1945
  • Box-folder 28:5
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1946-1947
  • Box-folder 28:6
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1947
  • Box-folder 28:7
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1947-1948
  • Box-folder 28:8
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1948
  • Box-folder 29:1
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1948-1949
  • Box-folder 29:2
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1950-1951
  • Box-folder 29:3
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1951-1952
  • Box-folder 30:1
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1952-1953
  • Box-folder 30:2
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1953-1955
  • Box-folder 30:3
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1956
  • Box-folder 30:4
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, 1956-1957
  • Box-folder 30:5
    Stock, Stock transfer ledger, blank
  • General materials arranged to the front, followed by records arranged alphabetically by folder title.
  • Box-folder 31:1
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Abstract of all deeds, leases, and contracts recorded 1864-1933 in Richmond, Va. Chancery court, by which Tredegar acquired rights, interests, or estates in real or other property
  • Box-folder 31:2
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Agreement for employment of an engineer, 1934
  • Box-folder 31:3
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Analysis of the use of water by Gallego overshot wheel, 1935
  • Box-folder 31:4
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Bill of complaint, 1935
  • Box-folder 31:5
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Copies of Tredegar grants regarding real estate, 1801-1869
  • Box-folder 31:6
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Correspondence, 1933-1936
  • Box-folder 31:7
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Description and condition of Tredegar water wheels, 1847-1935
  • Box-folder 31:8
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Digest of the report of R.D. Trimble, 13 March 1934
  • Box-folder 31:9
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Digest of Jay Whitman's testimony in the Gallego mills case, 1935
  • Box-folder 31:10
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Digest of Jay Whitman's testimony in the C.O. vs. Tredegar court case, c. 1935
  • Box-folder 31:11
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Engineers report by W.S. Lee Engineering Co., 1935
  • Box-folder 31:12
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Extracts from Robert Baird's contract and estimate book, 1859-1869
  • Box-folder 31:13
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Measurements of canal on 22 May 1933, see also Oversize rolled tube #1 (Search record barcode 0007416154 in Infolinx for oversize items.)
  • Box-folder 31:14
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Memorandum regarding preparation of exhibits, 1935
  • Box-folder 31:15
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Memorandum regarding Tredegar's water power grants, 1935
  • Box-folder 31:16
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Memorandum on water wheels, Virginia State Armory, between 1798-1800 (see also Oversize Folder No. 3)
  • Box-folder 31:17
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Miscellaneous, 1928-1933
  • Box-folder 31:18
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Notes on Evans' Mill-Wrights Guide, 1935, see also The Young Mill-Wright and Miller's guide by Oliver Evans, transferred to the library
  • Box-folder 31:19
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Report and analysis regarding country flour and grist mills located in Virginia, 1936
  • Box-folder 31:20
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Report on discharge coefficients for hydraulic turbines and use of water in 1868 by Tredegar, 1935
  • Box-folder 31:21
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Reports on the Ross grants, 1935
  • Box-folder 31:22
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Report of sluice gate discharge coefficients, 1936
  • Box-folder 32:1
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Report on the Springfield (Ma.) Armory matter, 1936
  • Box-folder 32:2
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Report on sundry records referred to in a letter dated 8 October 1935
  • Box-folder 32:3
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Report on the water powers at Manyunk (Pa.), 1936
  • Box-folder 32:4
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Report on the water rights of Tredegar, 1 vol. 1, Part 1, 1933-1934 (see also Oversize Folder No. 4)
  • Box-folder 32:5
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Report on the water rights of Tredegar, 1 vol. 1, Part 2, 1933-1934
  • Box-folder 32:6
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Report on the water rights of Tredegar, 1 vol. 2, 1933-1934
  • Box-folder 32:7
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Report on the water rights of Tredegar, 1 vol. 3, 1933-1934
  • Box-folder 32:8
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Report on the water usage under Harvie-Green-Cunningham grants, 1935
  • Box 33
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, General, Daybook, 1881
  • Box-folder 34:1
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Depositions, 1 vol. 1, 1936
  • Box-folder 34:2
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Depositions, 1 vol. 2, 1936
  • Box-folder 34:3
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Depositions, 1 vol. 3, 1936
  • Box-folder 34:4
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Depositions, 1 vol. 4, 1936
  • Box-folder 35:1
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Depositions, 1 vol. 5, 1936
  • Box-folder 36:1
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Exhibits No. 1-28
  • Box-folder 36:2
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Exhibits No. 29-112
  • Box-folder 37:1
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Exhibits No. 113-211
  • Box-folder 37:2
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Exhibits No. 212-263
  • Box-folder 38:1
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Exhibits No. 266-305
  • Box-folder 38:2
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Exhibits No. 500-646
  • Box-folder 39:1
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Exhibits No. 647-851
  • Box-folder 39:2
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Exhibits No. 852-879
  • Box-folder 40:1
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Originals and miscellaneous exhibit files, 1801-1926
  • Box-folder 40:2
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Originals and miscellaneous exhibit files, 1801-1926
  • Box-folder 40:3
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Originals and miscellaneous exhibit files, 1801-1926
  • Box-folder 41:1
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Stenographer's transcripts, 1935
  • Box-folder 41:2
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Stenographers's transcripts, 1935
  • Box-folder 41:3
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 1, 1935
  • Box-folder 41:4
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 2, 1935
  • Box-folder 41:5
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 3, 1935
  • Box-folder 41:6
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 4, 1935
  • Box-folder 41:7
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 5-6, 1935
  • Box-folder 42:1
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 7, 1935
  • Box-folder 42:2
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 8, 1935
  • Box-folder 42:3
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 9-10, 1935
  • Box-folder 42:4
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 11-12, 1936
  • Box-folder 42:5
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 13, 1936
  • Box-folder 42:6
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 14, 1936
  • Box-folder 42:7
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 15, 1936
  • Box-folder 42:8
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 16, 1936
  • Box-folder 43:1
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 17, 1936
  • Box-folder 43:2
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 18, 1936
  • Box-folder 43:3
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 19, 1936
  • Box-folder 43:4
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 20, 1936
  • Box-folder 43:5
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 21, 1936
  • Box-folder 43:6
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 22, 1936
  • Box-folder 44:1
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 22, 1936
  • Box-folder 44:2
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 23, 1936
  • Box-folder 44:3
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 24, 1936
  • Box-folder 44:4
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 25, 1936
  • Box-folder 44:5
    Suit papers, C.O. vs. Tredegar, Reporter's transcripts, 1 vol. 26, 1936
  • Box-folder 45:1
    Suit papers, Miscellaneous, 1911-1933
  • Box-folder 45:2
    Suit papers, Old Dominion Iron and Nail Works vs. C.O., nd
  • Box-folder 46:1
    Tax returns, 1909, Federal
  • Box-folder 46:2
    Tax returns, 1910, Federal
  • Box-folder 46:3
    Tax returns, 1911, Federal
  • Box-folder 46:4
    Tax returns, 1912, Federal
  • Box-folder 46:5
    Tax returns, 1913, Federal
  • Box-folder 46:6
    Tax returns, 1914, Federal
  • Box-folder 46:7
    Tax returns, 1915, Federal
  • Box-folder 46:8
    Tax returns, 1916, Federal
  • Box-folder 46:9
    Tax returns, 1916, State and city
  • Box-folder 46:10
    Tax returns, 1917, Federal
  • Box-folder 46:11
    Tax returns, 1917, State and city
  • Box-folder 46:12
    Tax returns, 1918, Federal
  • Box-folder 46:13
    Tax returns, 1918, State and city
  • Box-folder 47:1
    Tax returns, 1919, Federal
  • Box-folder 47:2
    Tax returns, 1919, State and city
  • Box-folder 47:3
    Tax returns, 1920, Federal
  • Box-folder 47:4
    Tax returns, 1920, State and city
  • Box-folder 47:5
    Tax returns, 1921, Federal
  • Box-folder 47:6
    Tax returns, 1921, State and city
  • Box-folder 47:7
    Tax returns, 1922, Federal
  • Box-folder 47:8
    Tax returns, 1922, Federal, Monthly information returns
  • Box-folder 47:9
    Tax returns, 1922 State and city
  • Box-folder 48:1
    Tax returns, 1923, Federal
  • Box-folder 48:2
    Tax returns, 1923, Federal, Monthly information returns
  • Box-folder 48:3
    Tax returns, 1923, State and city
  • Box-folder 48:4
    Tax returns, 1924, Federal
  • Box-folder 48:5
    Tax returns, 1924, Federal, Monthly information returns
  • Box-folder 48:6
    Tax returns, 1918-1924, Reports of income in excess of $800-1000
  • Box-folder 48:7
    Tax returns, 1925, Federal
  • Box-folder 48:8
    Tax returns, 1925, Federal, Monthly information returns
  • Box-folder 48:9
    Tax returns, 1925, State
  • Box-folder 48:10
    Tax returns, 1926, Federal
  • Box-folder 48:11
    Tax returns, 1926, State
  • Box-folder 49:1
    Tax returns, 1927, Federal
  • Box-folder 49:2
    Tax returns, 1927, State
  • Box-folder 49:3
    Tax returns, 1928, Federal
  • Box-folder 49:4
    Tax returns, 1928, State
  • Box-folder 49:5
    Tax returns, 1929, Federal
  • Box-folder 49:6
    Tax returns, 1929, State
  • Box-folder 49:7
    Tax returns, 1930, Federal
  • Box-folder 49:8
    Tax returns, 1930, State
  • Box-folder 50:1
    Tax returns, 1931, Federal
  • Box-folder 50:2
    Tax returns, 1931, State
  • Box-folder 50:3
    Tax returns, 1932, Federal
  • Box-folder 50:4
    Tax returns, 1932, State
  • Box-folder 50:5
    Tax returns, 1933, Federal
  • Box-folder 50:6
    Tax returns, 1933, State
  • Box-folder 50:7
    Tax returns, 1934, Federal
  • Box-folder 50:8
    Tax returns, 1934, State
  • Box-folder 51:1
    Tax returns, 1935, Federal
  • Box-folder 51:2
    Tax returns, 1935, State
  • Box-folder 51:3
    Tax returns, 1936, Federal
  • Box-folder 51:4
    Tax returns, 1925-1936, Federal, Annual information returns
  • Box-folder 51:5
    Tax returns, 1936, State
  • Box-folder 51:6
    Tax returns, 1937, Federal
  • Box-folder 51:7
    Tax returns, 1937, State
  • Box-folder 51:8
    Tax returns, 1938, Federal
  • Box-folder 51:9
    Tax returns, 1938, State
  • Box-folder 51:10
    Tax returns, 1939, Federal
  • Box-folder 51:11
    Tax returns, 1939, State
  • Box-folder 52:1
    Tax returns, 1940, Federal
  • Box-folder 52:2
    Tax returns, 1941, Federal
  • Box-folder 52:3
    Tax returns, 1941, State
  • Box-folder 52:4
    Tax returns, 1942, Federal
  • Box-folder 52:5
    Tax returns, 1937-1942, Federal, Annual information returns
  • Box-folder 52:6
    Tax returns, 1942, State
  • Box-folder 52:7
    Tax returns, 1943, Federal
  • Box-folder 52:8
    Tax returns, 1943, State
  • Box-folder 52:9
    Tax returns, 1944, Federal
  • Box-folder 52:10
    Tax returns, 1944, State
  • Box-folder 52:11
    Tax returns, 1945, Federal
  • Box-folder 52:12
    Tax returns, 1945, State
  • Box-folder 53:1
    Tax returns, 1946, Federal
  • Box-folder 53:2
    Tax returns, 1946, State
  • Box-folder 53:3
    Tax returns, 1947, Federal
  • Box-folder 53:4
    Tax returns, 1947, State
  • Box-folder 53:5
    Tax returns, 1948, Federal
  • Box-folder 53:6
    Tax returns, 1948, State
  • Box-folder 53:7
    Tax returns, 1949, Federal
  • Box-folder 53:8
    Tax returns, 1949, State
  • Box-folder 53:9
    Tax returns, 1950, Federal
  • Box-folder 53:10
    Tax returns, 1950, State
  • Box-folder 53:11
    Tax returns, 1951, Federal
  • Box-folder 53:12
    Tax returns, 1951, State
  • Box-folder 53:13
    Tax returns, 1952, Federal
  • Box-folder 53:14
    Tax returns, 1952, State
  • Box-folder 54:1
    Tax returns, 1953, Federal
  • Box-folder 54:2
    Tax returns, 1953, State
  • Box-folder 54:3
    Tax returns, 1954, Federal
  • Box-folder 54:4
    Tax returns, 1955, Federal
  • Box-folder 54:5
    Tax returns, 1955, State
  • Box-folder 54:6
    Tax returns, 1956, Federal
  • Box-folder 54:7
    Tax returns, 1956, State
  • Box-folder 54:8
    Tax returns, 1955-1956, Real estate assessment
  • Box-folder 54:9
    Tax returns, 1957, Federal
Series II. General Accounts, 1836-1957(bulk 1870-1920),
Boxes: 55-151.
Extent: 77.1 cu. ft. (98 boxes and 179 volumes on shelf).

Arranged alphabetically by title.

  • Box 55
    Account copying book, 1871-1872 These volumes are fragile and need to be handled with staff supervision
  • Box 56
    Account copying book, 1872-1873 These volumes are fragile and need to be handled with staff supervision
  • Box 57
    Account copying book, 1876-1881 These volumes are fragile and need to be handled with staff supervision
  • Box 58
    Account copying book, 1879-1891 These volumes are fragile and need to be handled with staff supervision
  • Box 59
    Account copying book, 1890-1902 These volumes are fragile and need to be handled with staff supervision
  • Box 60
    Accounts payable, 1924 June-1928 December
  • Box 61
    Accounts payable, 1924 June-1928 December (continued)
  • Box 62
    Accounts payable, 1929-1934
  • Box 63
    Accounts payable, 1929-1934 (continued)
  • Box 64
    Accounts payable, 1935-1938
  • Box 65
    Accounts payable, 1935-1938 (continued)
  • Box 66
    Accounts payable, 1939
  • Box 67
    Accounts payable, 1940-1943
  • Box 68
    Accounts payable, 1940-1943 (continued)
  • Box 69
    Accounts payable, 1944-1948
  • Box 70
    Accounts payable, 1944-1948 (continued)
  • Volume on shelf
    Accounts payable, 1949-1953
  • Box 71
    Accounts payable, 1955
  • Box 72
    Accounts payable, 1956
  • Box 73
    Accounts receivable ledger, July 1924- 1929 December
  • Box 74
    Accounts receivable ledger, 1930 January-1935 December
  • Box 75
    Accounts receivable ledger, 1936 January-1941 December
  • Box 76
    Accounts receivable ledger, 1942 January-1951 December
  • Box 77
    Accounts receivable register, 1924-1931
  • Box 78
    Accounts receivable register, 1932-1947
  • Box 79
    Accounts receivable register, 1948-1957 June
  • Box 80
    Balance books, 1870 March 3-1870 November 1
  • Box 80
    Balance books, 1873 March 1-1878 April
  • Box 80
    Balance books, 1890 December 1-1893 November 1
  • Box 80
    Balance books, 1893 December-1898 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, 1841 March 15-1845 November 1
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, 1845 November 1-1847 March 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, 1847 June 1-1848 December 31
  • Box 81
    Cashbook, 1849 January 1-1851 July 1
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    Cashbook, 1851 July 1-1853 May 31
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    Cashbook, 1853 June 1-1855 April 30
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    Cashbook,1855 January 4-1857 July 1
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    Cashbook,1855 November-1859 December
  • Box 82
    Cashbook, 1856 July 1-1858 March 12
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, 1859 April 18-1860 April 30
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    Cashbook, 1860 May 8-1861 March 15
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    Cashbook, 1861 April 1-1862 March 31
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    Cashbook, 1862 April 1-1863 February 28
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    Cashbook, 1862 May 28-1863 February 27
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    Cashbook, 1863 March 2-1864 January 6
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    Cashbook, 1863 July 1-1864 August 31
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    Cashbook, 1864 September 1-1865 October 31
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    Cashbook, 1865 October 2-1866 May 31
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    Cashbook, 1865 November 1-1866 October 31
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    Cashbook, 1866 November 1-1867 May 31
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    Cashbook, 1867 January-1868 January 31
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    Cashbook, 1868 February 1-1868 December 31
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    Cashbook, 1868 February 1-1870 May 27
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    Cashbook, 1870 April 1-1870 December 31
  • Box 83
    Cashbook, 1869 January 1-1869 October 13
  • Box 84
    Cashbook, 1869 October 13-1870 March 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, 1871 January 1-1871 October 27
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    Cashbook, 1871 October 27-1872 July 31
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    Cashbook, 1872 July 31-1873 June 30
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    Cashbook, 1873 July 1-1874 December 30
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    Cashbook, 1874 December 1-1875 December 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, 1876 January 19-1876 September 30
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, 1876 July 1-1876 July 18
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    Cashbook, 1876 October 1-1877 July 31
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    Cashbook, 1877 August 1-1878 June 30
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    Cashbook, 1878 July 1-1879 July 1
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    Cashbook, 1879 July 1-1879 September
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    Cashbook, 1879 September 1-1880 July
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    Cashbook, 1880 August 1-1881 October 31
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    Cashbook, 1881 January-1883 June 15
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    Cashbook, 1881 November 1-1883 January
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    Cashbook, 1883 February 1-1884 October 31
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    Cashbook, 1884 November 1-1886 September 1
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    Cashbook, 1886 October-1888 January 31
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    Cashbook, 1888 February 1-1889 October
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    Cashbook, 1889 December 1-1891 August
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, 1891 September 1-1893 April 1
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    Cashbook, 1893 May 1-1894 October
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    Cashbook, 1894 November 1-1896 February
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, 1896 March 1-1897 July
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, 1897 August 1-1898 October
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, 1898 November 1-1899 December
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    Cashbook, 1900 January-February
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    Cashbook, 1901 March-1902 February
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, 1902 March-December
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, 1903 January-December
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    Cashbook, 1903 December-1904 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, 1904 December-1905 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, 1906 January-December
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    Cashbook, 1906 December-1907 October
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, 1907 November-1908 December
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    Cashbook, 1909 January 24-1910 February
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    Cashbook, 1910 February-1911 March
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    Cashbook, 1911 April-1912 May
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    Cashbook, 1912 June-1913 June
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    Cashbook, 1913 July-1914 August
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, 1914 September-1915 November
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    Cashbook, 1915 November-1916 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, 1916 December-1917 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, 1918 January-1919 April
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, 1919 April-1920 June
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    Cashbook, 1920 July-1921 November
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    Cashbook, 1921 December-1923 May
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, 1923 June-1924 June
  • Box 84a
    Cashbook, 1952-1956
  • Box 85
    Cashbook, 1924 July-1931 December
  • Box 86
    Cashbook, 1932 January-1937 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1852 May 3-1859 August 1
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1853 July 1-1857 February 1
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1861 March-1862 May 28
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1862 January 10-1865 April 15
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1864 January-1865 September 30
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1866 January-December
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1866 June 1-1868 January 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1868 April-1869 July
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1873 March 5-1874 December 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1875 January-1876 January
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1876 January 18-1876 October 17
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1876 October 18-1877 December 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1878 January 19-1879 September 1
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1879 September 1-1881 December 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1882 January-1884 June 30
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1884 July 1-1887 January 24
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1887 January -1889 April 1
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1889 April 1-1891 April 30
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1893 July 1-1895 May 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1895-1897
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1895 June 1-1897 March 20
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1897-1898
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1898-1900
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1900-1901
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1904 November 11-1906 October 9
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1909 April 1-1911 July
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1911 August 1-1912 March
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1913 April-1914 September
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1914 October 1-1916 August
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty,1916 August 1-1918 January
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1918 January-November
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1918 November-1920 April
  • Volume on shelf
    Cashbook, petty, 1924 April-June
  • Box 87
    Cashbook, petty, 1938-1941
  • Box 88
    Cashbook, petty, 1945-1948
  • Box 89
    Cashbook, receipts and disbursements, 1924-1932
  • Box 90
    Cashbook, receipts and disbursements, 1933-1941
  • Box 91
    Cashbook, receipts and disbursements, 1942-1944
  • Box 92
    Cashbook, receipts and disbursements, 1942-1951
  • Volume on shelf
    Checkbook, 1858 September 14-1860 December 31
  • Box-folder 93:1
    Checkbook, 1859 November 17-1860 October 26
  • Box-folder 93:2
    Checkbook, 1869 February12-1869 April 12
  • Box-folder 93:3
    Checkbook, 1871 May 19-1872 March 15
  • Box-folder 93:4
    Checkbook, 1872 March 15-1874 June 5
  • Box-folder 93:5
    Checkbook, 1878 December 17-1879 May 18
  • Box-folder 93:6
    Checkbook, 1882 February 18-1882 July 5
  • Box-folder 93:7
    Checkbook, 1885 December 5-1887 November 12
  • Box-folder 93:8
    Checkbook, 1887 December 7-1889 February 4
  • Box-folder 94:1
    Checkbook, 1856 July 1-1861 December 19
  • Box-folder 94:2
    Checkbook, 1870 April 19-1871 September 2
  • Box-folder 94: vol.
    Checkbook, 1871 September-1873 September
  • Box-folder 94:3
    Checkbook, 1872 January 20-1873 January 14
  • Box-folder 94:4
    Checkbook, 1890 February 26-1891 August 27
  • Box 95
    Checkbook, 1870 October 18-1871 November 29
  • Box 95
    Checkbook, 1874 January 20-1874 September 14
  • Box 96
    Checkbook, 1878 November 29-1883 December 21
  • Box 96
    Checkbook, 1897 November 9-1898 May 5
  • Box 97
    Daybook, 1836 May 22-1845 October 1
  • Box 98
    Daybook, 1850 January 5-1853 December 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Daybook, 1863 January-1865 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Daybook, 1867 June-1870 August
  • Volume on shelf
    Daybook, 1867 January-1868 November; 1874 July-1876 January; 1876 January-1879 September; d1879 November-December
  • Volume on shelf
    Daybook, 1870 September-1874 June
  • Volume on shelf
    Daybook, 1876 January 19-1878 January 18
  • Volume on shelf
    Daybook, 1882 January 1-1885 January 1
  • Volume on shelf
    Daybook, 1885 January 1-1888 June 30
  • Volume on shelf
    Daybook, 1888 July-1891 July
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    Daybook, 1891 August-1893 December
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    Daybook, 1894 January-1896 June 30
  • Volume on shelf
    Daybook, 1896 July-1898 December 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Daybook, 1899 January-1901 September
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    Daybook, 1901 October-1904 December
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    Daybook, 1905 January-1908 October
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    Daybook, 1905 August 17-1907 May 14
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    Daybook, 1906 August 24-1907 August 10
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    Daybook, 1908 November-1913 January
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    Daybook, 1913 January-1916 December
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    Daybook, 1913 January-1920 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Daybook, 1917 January-1920 December
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    Daybook, 1920 December-1924 April
  • Volume on shelf
    Daybook, 1924 April-June
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    Journal, 1840 July-1843 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Journal, 1841 April-1843 June 30
  • Volume on shelf
    Journal, 1843 July-1844 December 31; and 1851 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Journal, 1845 January-1847 September 30
  • Volume on shelf
    Journal, 1847 October 1-1848 November 30
  • Volume on shelf
    Journal, 1849 January-1857 December
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    Journal, 1852 January-1854 May 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Journal, 1852 January-1856 February
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    Journal, 1854 June-1855 December 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Journal, 1859 January-1860 July
  • Volume on shelf
    Journal, 1860 July-1861 October
  • Volume on shelf
    Journal, 1861 October-December; and 1857 January -1862 December
  • Box 99
    Journal, 1862 January-1864 November
  • Volume on shelf
    Journal, 1864 December-1866 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Journal, 1867 January 1-1867 May 31
  • Volumes on shelf
    Journal, 1867 January-1881 October
  • Box 100
    Journal voucher book, 1924 July-1930
  • Box 101
    Journal voucher book, 1931-1935
  • Box 102
    Journal voucher book, 1936-1941
  • Box 103
    Journal voucher book, 1941-1944
  • Box 104
    Journal voucher book, 1945-1951
  • Box 105
    Journal voucher book, 1945-1951 (continued)
  • Box 106
    Journal voucher book, 1952-1956
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1841 April-1844 December (#A)
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1842 July-1850 December 31 (#B)
  • Box 107
    Ledger, 1845 January-1848 December (#B)
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1852 January-1855 December (#D)
  • Box 108
    Ledger, 1852 January-1856 February
  • Box 109
    Ledger, 1849 January-1851 December (#C)
  • Box 109
    Ledger, 1857 December 31-1859 December 31
  • Box 110
    Ledger, 1859 January-1861 December (#1)
  • Box 111
    Ledger, 1862 January-1866 December (#2)
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1862 February-1866
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1867 January-August
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1867 January-1868 December (#1)
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1869 (#2)
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1870 (#3)
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1871 (#4)
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1872 (#5)
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1873 January 1-1874 December (#6)
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1875 January 1-1876 January 18 (#7)
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1876 January 19-1878 January 19 (#A)
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1878 January 20-1879 September (#B)
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1879 September 1-1881 January 1 (#1)
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1881 January 1-1883 January 1
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1883 January 1-1884 July 30
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1884 August 1-1887 January 1
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1887 February 1-1888 September
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    Ledger, 1889 January 1-1891 January 1
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    Ledger, 1891 January 1-1893 January
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    Ledger, 1893 January 1-1895 January 1
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    Ledger, 1895 January 1-1897 January 1
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1897 January 1-1899 January 1
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1899 January 1-1901 January 1
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    Ledger, 1901 January-1903 January
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1903 January-1905 January
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    Ledger, 1905 January-1907 January
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1907 January-1909 January
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1909 January-1911 January
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1911 January-1913 January
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    Ledger, 1913 January-1915 January
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1915 January-1917 January
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1917 January-1919 January
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    Ledger, 1919 January-1921 January
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    Ledger, 1921 January-1923 January
  • Volume on shelf
    Ledger, 1923 January-1924 June
  • Box 112
    Ledger, 1924 July-1949 December
  • Box-folder 113:1
    Monthly financial statements, 1925
  • Box-folder 113:2
    Monthly financial statements, 1925
  • Box-folder 113:3
    Monthly financial statements, 1926
  • Box-folder 113:4
    Monthly financial statements, 1927
  • Box-folder 113:5
    Monthly financial statements, 1928
  • Box-folder 113:6
    Monthly financial statements, 1929
  • Box-folder 113:7
    Monthly financial statements, 1930
  • Box-folder 114:1
    Monthly financial statements, 1931
  • Box-folder 114:2
    Monthly financial statements, 1932
  • Box-folder 114:3
    Monthly financial statements, 1933
  • Box-folder 114:4
    Monthly financial statements, 1934
  • Box-folder 114:5
    Monthly financial statements, 1935
  • Box-folder 114:6
    Monthly financial statements, 1936
  • Box-folder 114:7
    Monthly financial statements, 1937
  • Box-folder 114:8
    Monthly financial statements, 1938
  • Box-folder 115:1
    Monthly financial statements, 1939
  • Box-folder 115:2
    Monthly financial statements, 1940
  • Box-folder 115:3
    Monthly financial statements, 1941
  • Box-folder 115:4
    Monthly financial statements, 1942
  • Box-folder 115:5
    Monthly financial statements, 1943 January-March
  • Box-folder 115:6
    Monthly financial statements, 1943 April-May
  • Box-folder 115:7
    Monthly financial statements, 1943 June-October
  • Box-folder 116:1
    Monthly financial statements, 1943 November-December
  • Box-folder 116:2
    Monthly financial statements, 1944
  • Box-folder 116:3
    Monthly financial statements, 1945 January-June
  • Box-folder 116:4
    Monthly financial statements, 1945 July-December
  • Box-folder 116:5
    Monthly financial statements, 1946 January-July
  • Box-folder 116:6
    Monthly financial statements, 1946 August-December
  • Box-folder 116:7
    Monthly financial statements, 1947
  • Box-folder 117:1
    Monthly financial statements, 1948
  • Box-folder 117:2
    Monthly financial statements, 1949
  • Box-folder 117:3
    Monthly financial statements, 1950
  • Box-folder 117:4
    Monthly financial statements, 1951
  • Box-folder 117:5
    Monthly financial statements, 1952
  • Box-folder 118:1
    Monthly financial statements, 1953
  • Box-folder 118:2
    Monthly financial statements, 1954
  • Box-folder 118:3
    Monthly financial statements, 1955
  • Box-folder 118:4
    Monthly financial statements, 1956
  • Box 119: vol.
    Notes and bills payable and receivable, 1856-1859

    Also includes letters from furnaces, 1863; a list of Negroes and rations at Catawba Furnace, 1863; register of stock certificates of the Armory Iron Company, Dec. 1847-July 1849; statement of shipments and receipts of pig iron, including shipments to the Confederate States Nitrate and Mining Bureau, 1863-1864. Misc. Reel 2699- DO NOT SERVE ORIGINAL

  • Box 119 vol.
    Notes and bills payable and receivable, 1907-1927
  • Box 120
    Operating expense ledger, 1924-1941
  • Box-folder 121:1
    Vouchers, 1872 September, A-D
  • Box-folder 121:2
    Vouchers, 1872 September, E-H
  • Box-folder 121:3
    Vouchers, 1872 September, I-K
  • Box-folder 121:4
    Vouchers, 1872 September, L-O
  • Box-folder 121:5
    Vouchers, 1872 September, P-S
  • Box-folder 121:6
    Vouchers, 1872 September, T-W
  • Box-folder 121:7
    Vouchers, 1872 October, A-C
  • Box-folder 121:8
    Vouchers, 1872 October, D-F
  • Box-folder 121:9
    Vouchers, 1872 October, G-I
  • Box-folder 121:10
    Vouchers, 1872 October, J-L
  • Box-folder 121:11
    Vouchers, 1872 October, M-O
  • Box-folder 121:12
    Vouchers, 1872 October, P-S
  • Box-folder 121:13
    Vouchers, 1872 October, T-W
  • Box-folder 122:1
    Vouchers, 1872 November, A-D
  • Box-folder 122:2
    Vouchers, 1872 November, E-H
  • Box-folder 122:3
    Vouchers, 1872 November, J-L
  • Box-folder 122:4
    Vouchers, 1872 November, M-O
  • Box-folder 122:5
    Vouchers, 1872 November, P-S
  • Box-folder 122:6
    Vouchers, 1872 November, T-W
  • Box-folder 122:7
    Vouchers, 1872 December, A-D
  • Box-folder 122:8
    Vouchers, 1872 December, E-H
  • Box-folder 122:9
    Vouchers, 1872 December, I-L
  • Box-folder 122:10
    Vouchers, 1872 December, M-O
  • Box-folder 122:11
    Vouchers, 1872 December, P-S
  • Box-folder 122:12
    Vouchers, 1872 December, T-W
  • Box-folder 123:1
    Vouchers, 1873 March, A-D
  • Box-folder 123:2
    Vouchers, 1873 March, E-H
  • Box-folder 123:3
    Vouchers, 1873 March, I-L
  • Box-folder 123:4
    Vouchers, 1873 March, M-O
  • Box-folder 123:5
    Vouchers, 1873 March, P-S
  • Box-folder 123:6
    Vouchers, 1873 March, T-Y
  • Box-folder 123:7
    Vouchers, 1873 April, A-B
  • Box-folder 123:8
    Vouchers, 1873 April, C-D
  • Box-folder 123:9
    Vouchers, 1873 April, E-H
  • Box-folder 123:10
    Vouchers, 1873 April, J-L
  • Box-folder 123:11
    Vouchers, 1873 April, M-O
  • Box-folder 123:12
    Vouchers, 1873 April, P-S
  • Box-folder 123:13
    Vouchers, 1873 April, T-W
  • Box-folder 124:1
    Vouchers, 1873 June, A-C
  • Box-folder 124:2
    Vouchers, 1873 June, D-F
  • Box-folder 124:3
    Vouchers, 1873 June, G-J
  • Box-folder 124:4
    Vouchers, 1873 June, K-M
  • Box-folder 124:5
    Vouchers, 1873 June, N-P
  • Box-folder 124:6
    Vouchers, 1873 June, R-S
  • Box-folder 124:7
    Vouchers, 1873 June, T-W
  • Box-folder 124:8
    Vouchers, 1873 July, A-C
  • Box-folder 124:9
    Vouchers, 1873 July, D-F
  • Box-folder 124:10
    Vouchers, 1873 July, G-J
  • Box-folder 124:11
    Vouchers, 1873 July, K-O
  • Box-folder 125:1
    Vouchers, 1873 July, P-S
  • Box-folder 125:2
    Vouchers, 1873 July, T-W
  • Box-folder 125:3
    Vouchers, 1873 August-October, A-D
  • Box-folder 125:4
    Vouchers, 1873 August-October, E-H
  • Box-folder 125:5
    Vouchers, 1873 August-October, J-N
  • Box-folder 125:6
    Vouchers, 1873 August-October, O-S
  • Box-folder 125:7
    Vouchers, 1873 August-October, T-W
  • Box-folder 125:8
    Vouchers, 1873 December, A-C
  • Box-folder 125:9
    Vouchers, 1873 December, D-G
  • Box-folder 125:10
    Vouchers, 1873 December, H-M
  • Box-folder 125:11
    Vouchers, 1873 December, N-P
  • Box-folder 125:12
    Vouchers, 1873 December, R-S
  • Box-folder 125:13
    Vouchers, 1873 December, T-W
  • Box-folder 126:1
    Vouchers, 1874 January, A-C
  • Box-folder 126:2
    Vouchers, 1874 January, D-G
  • Box-folder 126:3
    Vouchers, 1874 January, H-K
  • Box-folder 126:4
    Vouchers, 1874 January, L-O
  • Box-folder 126:5
    Vouchers, 1874 January, P-S
  • Box-folder 126:6
    Vouchers, 1874 January, T-W
  • Box-folder 126:7
    Vouchers, 1874 February-April, A-C
  • Box-folder 126:8
    Vouchers, 1874 February-April, D-G
  • Box-folder 126:9
    Vouchers, 1874 February-April, H-M
  • Box-folder 126:10
    Vouchers, 1874 February-April, N-P
  • Box-folder 126:11
    Vouchers, 1874 February-April, R-S
  • Box-folder 126:12
    Vouchers, 1874 February-April, T-W
  • Box-folder 127:1
    Vouchers, 1874 February, A-D
  • Box-folder 127:2
    Vouchers, 1874 February, E-H
  • Box-folder 127:3
    Vouchers, 1874 February, J-L
  • Box-folder 127:4
    Vouchers, 1874 February, M-O
  • Box-folder 127:5
    Vouchers, 1874 February, P
  • Box-folder 127:6
    Vouchers, 1874 February, R-S
  • Box-folder 127:7
    Vouchers, 1874 February, T-W
  • Box-folder 127:8
    Vouchers, 1874, May, A-D
  • Box-folder 127:9
    Vouchers, 1874, May, E-H
  • Box-folder 127:10
    Vouchers, 1874, May, J-M
  • Box-folder 127:11
    Vouchers, 1874, May, N-P
  • Box-folder 127:12
    Vouchers, 1874, May, R-S
  • Box-folder 127:13
    Vouchers, 1874, May, T-W
  • Box-folder 128:1
    Vouchers, 1874 September, A-C
  • Box-folder 128:2
    Vouchers, 1874 September, D-G
  • Box-folder 128:3
    Vouchers, 1874 September, H-L
  • Box-folder 128:4
    Vouchers, 1874 September, M-O
  • Box-folder 128:5
    Vouchers, 1874 September, P
  • Box-folder 128:6
    Vouchers, 1874 September, R-S
  • Box-folder 128:7
    Vouchers, 1874 September, T-W
  • Box-folder 128:8
    Vouchers, 1874 October, A-C
  • Box-folder 128:9
    Vouchers, 1874 October, D-G
  • Box-folder 128:10
    Vouchers, 1874 October, H-L
  • Box-folder 128:11
    Vouchers, 1874 October, M-P
  • Box-folder 128:12
    Vouchers, 1874 October, R-S
  • Box-folder 128:13
    Vouchers, 1874 October, T-W
  • Box-folder 129:1
    Vouchers, 1874 November, A-C
  • Box-folder 129:2
    Vouchers, 1874 November, D-G
  • Box-folder 129:3
    Vouchers, 1874 November, H-L
  • Box-folder 129:4
    Vouchers, 1874 November, M-O
  • Box-folder 129:5
    Vouchers, 1874 November, P
  • Box-folder 129:6
    Vouchers, 1874 November, R-S
  • Box-folder 129:7
    Vouchers, 1874 November, T-W
  • Box-folder 129:8
    Vouchers, 1875, January, A-B
  • Box-folder 129:9
    Vouchers, 1875, January, C-D
  • Box-folder 129:10
    Vouchers, 1875, January, E-G
  • Box-folder 129:11
    Vouchers, 1875, January, H-K
  • Box-folder 129:12
    Vouchers, 1875, January, L-O
  • Box-folder 129:13
    Vouchers, 1875, January, P
  • Box-folder 129:14
    Vouchers, 1875, January, R-S
  • Box-folder 129:15
    Vouchers, 1875, January, T-W
  • Box-folder 130:1
    Vouchers, 1875 February, A-D
  • Box-folder 130:2
    Vouchers, 1875 February, E-I
  • Box-folder 130:3
    Vouchers, 1875 February, J-L
  • Box-folder 130:4
    Vouchers, 1875 February, M-P
  • Box-folder 130:5
    Vouchers, 1875 February, R-S
  • Box-folder 130:6
    Vouchers, 1875 February, T-W
  • Box-folder 130:7
    Vouchers, 1875 March, B-C
  • Box-folder 130:8
    Vouchers, 1875 March, D-E
  • Box-folder 130:9
    Vouchers, 1875 March, F-H
  • Box-folder 130:10
    Vouchers, 1875 March, J-O
  • Box-folder 130:11
    Vouchers, 1875 March, P-R
  • Box-folder 130:12
    Vouchers, 1875 March, S-W
  • Box-folder 130:13
    Vouchers, 1875 June, A-D
  • Box-folder 130:14
    Vouchers, 1875 June, E-H
  • Box-folder 130:15
    Vouchers, 1875 June, I-M
  • Box-folder 131:1
    Vouchers, 1875 June, N-P
  • Box-folder 131:2
    Vouchers, 1875 June, R-S
  • Box-folder 131:3
    Vouchers, 1875 June, T-W
  • Box-folder 131:4
    Vouchers, 1875 July, A-B
  • Box-folder 131:5
    Vouchers, 1875 July, C-D
  • Box-folder 131:6
    Vouchers, 1875 July, E-H
  • Box-folder 131:7
    Vouchers, 1875 July, J-N
  • Box-folder 131:8
    Vouchers, 1875 July, O-P
  • Box-folder 131:9
    Vouchers, 1875 July, R-S
  • Box-folder 131:10
    Vouchers, 1875 July, T-Z
  • Box-folder 131:11
    Vouchers, 1875 August, A-B
  • Box-folder 131:12
    Vouchers, 1875 August, C-F
  • Box-folder 131:13
    Vouchers, 1875 August, G-L
  • Box-folder 131:14
    Vouchers, 1875 August, M-P
  • Box-folder 131:15
    Vouchers, 1875 August, R-S
  • Box-folder 131:16
    Vouchers, 1875 August, T-W
  • Box-folder 132:1
    Vouchers, 1875 September, A-B
  • Box-folder 132:2
    Vouchers, 1875 September, C-D
  • Box-folder 132:3
    Vouchers, 1875 September, E-H
  • Box-folder 132:4
    Vouchers, 1875 September, I-L
  • Box-folder 132:5
    Vouchers, 1875 September, M-O
  • Box-folder 132:6
    Vouchers, 1875 September, P
  • Box-folder 132:7
    Vouchers, 1875 September, R-S
  • Box-folder 132:8
    Vouchers, 1875 September, T-W
  • Box-folder 132:9
    Vouchers, 1875 December, A-B
  • Box-folder 132:10
    Vouchers, 1875 December, C-D
  • Box-folder 132:11
    Vouchers, 1875 December, E-H
  • Box-folder 132:12
    Vouchers, 1875 December, J-L
  • Box-folder 132:13
    Vouchers, 1875 December, M-O
  • Box-folder 132:14
    Vouchers, 1875 December, P
  • Box-folder 132:15
    Vouchers, 1875 December, R-S
  • Box-folder 132:16
    Vouchers, 1875 December, T-Y
  • Box-folder 132:17
    Vouchers, 1880-1882
  • Box-folder 133:1
    Vouchers, 1885 April
  • Box-folder 133:2
    Vouchers, 1888, A
  • Box-folder 133:3
    Vouchers, 1888, Da-Dom
  • Box-folder 133:4
    Vouchers, 1888, Don-Dun
  • Box-folder 133:5
    Vouchers, 1888, F
  • Box-folder 133:6
    Vouchers, 1888, G
  • Box-folder 133:7
    Vouchers, 1888, Ha
  • Box-folder 133:8
    Vouchers, 1888, He
  • Box-folder 133:9
    Vouchers, 1888, J
  • Box-folder 134:1
    Vouchers, 1888, B
  • Box-folder 134:2
    Vouchers, 1888, K
  • Box-folder 134:3
    Vouchers, 1888, La-Le
  • Box-folder 134:4
    Vouchers, 1888, Li-Lo
  • Box-folder 134:5
    Vouchers, 1888, Ly
  • Box-folder 134:6
    Vouchers, 1888, M
  • Box-folder 134:7
    Vouchers, 1888, N
  • Box-folder 134:8
    Vouchers, 1888, O
  • Box-folder 134:9
    Vouchers, 1888, P
  • Box-folder 135:1
    Vouchers, 1888, Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac RR
  • Box-folder 135:2
    Vouchers, 1888, Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac RR
  • Box-folder 135:3
    Vouchers, 1888, S
  • Box-folder 135:4
    Vouchers, 1888, W
  • Box-folder 135:5
    Vouchers, 1888, Wa-Wi
  • Box-folder 135:6
    Vouchers, 1888, Wo-Y
  • Box-folder 136:1
    Vouchers, 1889-1890, Bo-Bro
  • Box-folder 136:2
    Vouchers, 1889-1890, Bru-Bu
  • Box-folder 136:3
    Vouchers, 1889-1890, Ca
  • Box-folder 136:4
    Vouchers, 1889-1890, Ce
  • Box-folder 136:5
    Vouchers, 1889-1890, Cha-Cu
  • Box-folder 136:6
    Vouchers, 1889-1890, Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Co.
  • Box-folder 137:1
    Vouchers, 1889-1890, Ci
  • Box-folder 137:2
    Vouchers, 1889-1890, Cl
  • Box-folder 137:3
    Vouchers, 1889-1890, Co
  • Box-folder 137:4
    Vouchers, 1889-1890, Cr
  • Box-folder 137:5
    Vouchers, 1889 January-March, Crerar, Adams & Co.
  • Box-folder 137:6
    Vouchers, 1889, April-May, Crerar, Adams & Co.
  • Box-folder 137:7
    Vouchers, 1889, June-August, Crerar, Adams, & Co.
  • Box-folder 137:8
    Vouchers, 1889-1890, Cu
  • Box-folder 137:9
    Vouchers, 1889-1890, Da
  • Box-folder 137:10
    Vouchers, 1889-1890, De-Dod
  • Box-folder 137:11
    Vouchers, 1889-1890, Don-Doy
  • Box-folder 137:12
    Vouchers, 1889-1890, Dr-Du
  • Box-folder 138:1
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Fa
  • Box-folder 138:2
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Fe
  • Box-folder 138:3
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Fi
  • Box-folder 138:4
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, First National Bank of Richmond
  • Box-folder 138:5
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Fl
  • Box-folder 138:6
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Fo
  • Box-folder 138:7
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Fr
  • Box-folder 138:8
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Ha
  • Box-folder 138:9
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, He
  • Box-folder 139:1
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, He
  • Box-folder 139:2
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, I-Johnson
  • Box-folder 139:3
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Jones
  • Box-folder 139:4
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Jones
  • Box-folder 139:5
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Jos-Ju
  • Box-folder 139:6
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Ke
  • Box-folder 139:7
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Ki-Ky
  • Box-folder 139:8
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Ma
  • Box-folder 139:9
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Mc
  • Box-folder 140:1
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Me
  • Box-folder 140:2
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Mi
  • Box-folder 140:3
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Mon-Moody
  • Box-folder 140:4
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Moore
  • Box-folder 140:5
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Mooris-Mu
  • Box-folder 140:6
    Vouchers, 1889-1890, N
  • Box-folder 140:7
    Vouchers, 1889, National Bank of Commerce in NY
  • Box-folder 140:8
    Vouchers, 1890, O
  • Box-folder 141:1
    Vouchers, 1890, Pa-Pi
  • Box-folder 141:2
    Vouchers, 1890, Pl-Pu
  • Box-folder 141:3
    Vouchers, 1889, R
  • Box-folder 141:4
    Vouchers, 1889, Richmond & Alleghany RR
  • Box-folder 141:5
    Vouchers, 1889, Richmond & Alleghany RR
  • Box-folder 141:6
    Vouchers, 1889, Richmond & Danville RR
  • Box-folder 141:7
    Vouchers, 1889, Richmond & Danville RR
  • Box-folder 142:1
    Vouchers, 1889, Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac RR
  • Box-folder 142:2
    Vouchers, 1889, Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac RR
  • Box-folder 142:3
    Vouchers, 1889, Richmond Oil Co.
  • Box-folder 142:4
    Vouchers, 1889, Richmond & Petersburg RR
  • Box-folder 142:5
    Vouchers, 1889, Richmond & Petersburg RR
  • Box-folder 142:6
    Vouchers, 1889, Richmond Tobacco Co.
  • Box-folder 142:7
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Sa
  • Box-folder 142:8
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Sc-Sh
  • Box-folder 143:1
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, Si-Sn
  • Box-folder 143:2
    Vouchers, 1892, Sm-Sp
  • Box-folder 143:3
    Vouchers, 1889-1891, So-Su
  • Box-folder 143:4
    Vouchers, 1889-1890, W
  • Box-folder 143:5
    Vouchers, 1889-1890, We
  • Box-folder 143:6
    Vouchers, 1889-1890, Wh
  • Box-folder 144:1
    Vouchers, 1890-1891, Ac-An
  • Box-folder 144:2
    Vouchers, 1890-1891, Archer
  • Box-folder 144:3
    Vouchers, 1890-1891, Ar-Au
  • Box-folder 144:4
    Vouchers, 1891 Ca-Cha
  • Box-folder 144:5
    Vouchers, 1891, Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Co.
  • Box-folder 144:6
    Vouchers, 1891, Chi
  • Box-folder 144:7
    Vouchers, 1891, Ci-Cl
  • Box-folder 144:8
    Vouchers, 1891, Co-Cu
  • Box-folder 145:1
    Vouchers, 1891-1892, Ca-Cha
  • Box-folder 145:2
    Vouchers, 1891-1892, Chi-Ci
  • Box-folder 145:3
    Vouchers, 1891-1892, Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Co.
  • Box-folder 145:4
    Vouchers, 1891-1892, Cl-Cu
  • Box-folder 145:5
    Vouchers, 1891, Ga-Gr
  • Box-folder 145:6
    Vouchers, 1891-1892, Ma-Me
  • Box-folder 145:7
    Vouchers, 1891-1892, Mi
  • Box-folder 145:8
    Vouchers, 1891-1892, Mo
  • Box-folder 146:1
    Vouchers, 1891, Na-No
  • Box-folder 146:2
    Vouchers, 1891, O
  • Box-folder 146:3
    Vouchers, 1891, P
  • Box-folder 146:4
    Vouchers, 1891, Ra-Re
  • Box-folder 146:5
    Vouchers, 1891, Richlands-Richmond & Davnille RR
  • Box-folder 146:6
    Vouchers, 1891, Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac-Richmond Type Foundry
  • Box-folder 146:7
    Vouchers, 1891, Rid-Ru
  • Box-folder 146:8
    Vouchers, 1891, Wi-Y
  • Box-folder 146:9
    Vouchers, 1892, Ba
  • Box-folder 147:1
    Vouchers, 1892, Be-Bu
  • Box-folder 147:2
    Vouchers, 1892, Da-Di
  • Box-folder 147:3
    Vouchers, 1892, Do-Du
  • Box-folder 147:4
    Vouchers, 1892, E
  • Box-folder 147:5
    Vouchers, 1892, I-J
  • Box-folder 147:6
    Vouchers, 1892, K-L
  • Box-folder 147:7
    Vouchers, 1892, Sa-Sc
  • Box-folder 147:8
    Vouchers, 1892, Sh
  • Box-folder 147:9
    Vouchers, 1892, St-Su
  • Box-folder 147:10
    Vouchers, 1892, Tal-Tan
  • Box-folder 147:11
    Vouchers, 1892, Taylor
  • Box-folder 148:1
    Vouchers, 1892, Te-Ty
  • Box-folder 148:2
    Vouchers, 1892, U-V
  • Box-folder 148:3
    Vouchers, 1892, Wa
  • Box-folder 148:4
    Vouchers, 1892, We
  • Box-folder 148:5
    Vouchers, 1892, Wh-Wi
  • Box-folder 148:6
    Vouchers, 1892, Wo-Y
  • Box-folder 148:7
    Vouchers, 1896, S
  • Box-folder 148:8
    Vouchers, 1897-1898, A
  • Box-folder 148:9
    Vouchers, 1897, B
  • Box-folder 149:1
    Vouchers, 1897, C
  • Box-folder 149:2
    Vouchers, 1897 January-June, Crerar, Adams & Co.
  • Box-folder 149:3
    Vouchers, 1897 July-December, Crerar, Adams & Co.
  • Box-folder 149:4
    Vouchers, 1898, Bo-Bre
  • Box-folder 149:5
    Vouchers, 1898, Bro-Bu
  • Box-folder 149:6
    Vouchers, 1898 Crerar, Adams & Co.
  • Box-folder 149:7
    Vouchers, 1898, T-U
  • Box-folder 149:8
    Vouchers, 1899, Ba-Be
  • Box-folder 149:9
    Vouchers, 1899 Bi-Br
  • Box-folder 150:1
    Vouchers, 1899-1900, C
  • Box-folder 150:2
    Vouchers, 1899-1900, Hi-Hob
  • Box-folder 150:3
    Vouchers, 1899-1900, Hof-Hu
  • Box-folder 150:4
    Vouchers, 1899, L
  • Box-folder 150:5
    Vouchers, 1899, Na-Ni
  • Box-folder 150:6
    Vouchers, 1899, No
  • Box-folder 150:7
    Vouchers, 1899, O
  • Box-folder 150:8
    Vouchers, 1899, P
  • Box-folder 151:1
    Vouchers, 1900, C
  • Box-folder 151:2
    Vouchers, 1900, Chesapeake & Ohio Coal Agency Co.
  • Box-folder 151:3
    Vouchers, 1900, E
  • Box-folder 151:4
    Vouchers, 1900, W-Y
  • Box-folder 151:5
    Vouchers, 1904, Ga-Gl
  • Box-folder 151:6
    Vouchers, 1904, Go-Gu
  • Box-folder 151:7
    Vouchers, 1904, H
Series III. Production and Labor Records, 1843-1957 (bulk 1870-1930)
Boxes: 152-171 and 1234-1337
Extent: 109.7 cu. ft. (134 boxes and 26 volumes on shelf).

Arranged alphabetically by title.

  • Volume on shelf
    Clearance sheet book, 1900 July-October
  • Box 152
    Company store book, 1868 December 31-1869 October 14
  • Box 152
    Company store book, 1868 April 28-1868 June 17
  • Box 152
    Company store book, 1869 May 25-1869 July 14
  • Box 153
    Company store book, 1869 May 31-1869 October 2
  • Box 153
    Company store book, 1869 October 4-1869 November 6
  • Box 153
    Company store book, 1869 December 2-1870 January 10
  • Box 154
    Foundry record of guns cast, 1861-1865- Misc. Reel 2689 DO NOT SERVE ORIGINAL
  • Box 154
    Guns tested for the U.S., 1857-1858- Misc. Reel 2689 DO NOT SERVE ORIGINAL
  • Box 155
    Payroll ledger, 1852 July-October
  • Box 155
    Payroll ledger, 1884 July-1887 December
  • Box 156
    Payroll ledger, 1863 August 24-1864 August 27- Misc. Reel 543 DO NOT SERVE ORIGINAL
  • Box 157
    Payroll ledger, 1882 February-1884 July
  • Box 157
    Payroll ledger, 1895 September-1896 February
  • Box 157
    Payroll ledger, 1897 October-1898 April
  • Box 157
    Payroll ledger, 1918 January-1919 September
  • Volume on shelf
    Payroll ledger, 1887 Februray-1893 December (Spike mill)
  • Volume on shelf
    Payroll ledger, 1891 January 17-1895 June 29
  • Volume on shelf
    Payroll ledger, 1891 May 16-1899 June 3 (Horse shoe)
  • Volume on shelf
    Payroll ledger, 1895 January 1-1899 June 10 (Foundry)
  • Volume on shelf
    Payroll ledger, 1895 July 27-1899 May 27 (Bar mill)
  • Volume on shelf
    Payroll ledger, 1895 May 11-1897 July
  • Box 158
    Payroll ledger, 1894 January-1899 June
  • Box 159
    Payroll ledger, 1899 June 24-1901 December 21
  • Box 160
    Payroll ledger, 1902-1903
  • Box 160a
    Payroll ledger, 1904-1905
  • Box 161
    Payroll ledger, 1906-1907
  • Box 161a
    Payroll ledger, 1908-1909
  • Box 162
    Payroll ledger, 1910-1911
  • Box 163
    Payroll ledger, 1912-1913
  • Box 163a
    Payroll ledger, 1914
  • Box 163b
    Payroll ledger, 1915
  • Box 163c
    Payroll ledger, 1916, January-April
  • Box 163d
    Payroll ledger, 1916, May-December
  • Box 164
    Payroll ledger, 1917
  • Box numbers are out of sequence. The payroll ledgers were unbound and boxed after the collection was processed. Starts at Box No. 1234, through 1337.
  • Box 1234
    Payroll ledger, 1918
  • Box 1235
    Payroll ledger, 1918 August-1919 August
  • Box 1236
    Payroll ledger, 1919
  • Box 1236a
    Payroll ledger, 1920
  • Box 1236b
    Payroll ledger, 1921
  • Box 1237
    Payroll ledger, 1922-1923, Horseshoe
  • Box 1238
    Payroll ledger, 1922-1923, Spike mill
  • Box 1239
    Payroll ledger, 1922 January-March, Foundry; 1922, Bar mill; 1922 Horseshoe
  • Box 1240
    Payroll ledger, 1922, Spike mill; 1923 January-April, Bar mill; 1922 April-December, Foundry
  • Box 1241
    Payroll ledger, 1923-1924, Bar mill
  • Box 1242
    Payroll ledger, 1923 May-December, Bar mill
  • Box 1243
    Payroll ledger, 1923, Foundry
  • Box 1244
    Payroll ledger, 1923 December-1924 June, Horseshoe
  • Box 1245
    Payroll ledger, 1924 January-June
  • Box 1246
    Payroll ledger, 1925 October-1926 January
  • Box 1247
    Payroll ledger, 1926 January-March
  • Box 1248
    Payroll ledger, 1927 August-November
  • Box 1249
    Payroll ledger, 1927 November-1928 February
  • Box 1250
    Payroll ledger, 1928 February-April
  • Box 1251
    Payroll ledger, 1928 April-June
  • Box 1252
    Payroll ledger, 1928 June-October
  • Box 1253
    Payroll ledger, 1928 October-December
  • Box 1254
    Payroll ledger, 1928 December-1929 April
  • Box 1255
    Payroll ledger, 1929 April-July
  • Box 1256
    Payroll ledger, 1929 August-November
  • Box 1257
    Payroll ledger, 1929 November-1930 January
  • Box 1258
    Payroll ledger, 1930 January-April
  • Box 1259
    Payroll ledger, 1930 May-August
  • Box 1260
    Payroll ledger, 1930 September-1931 January
  • Box 1261
    Payroll ledger, 1931 January-June
  • Box 1262
    Payroll ledger, 1931 June-September
  • Box 1263
    Payroll ledger, 1931 September-December
  • Box 1264
    Payroll ledger, 1932 January-February
  • Box 1265
    Payroll ledger, 1932 February-May
  • Box 1266
    Payroll ledger, 1932 May-December
  • Box 1267
    Payroll ledger, 1933 January-November
  • Box 1268
    Payroll ledger, 1933 November-1934 April
  • Box 1269
    Payroll ledger, 1934 April-June
  • Box 1270
    Payroll ledger, 1934 July-December
  • Box 1271
    Payroll ledger, 1934 December-1935 July
  • Box 1272
    Payroll ledger, 1935 July-December
  • Box 1273
    Payroll ledger, 1936 January-March DAMAGED- DO NOT SERVE
  • Box 1274
    Payroll ledger, 1936 April-June DAMAGED- DO NOT SERVE
  • Box 1275
    Payroll ledger, 1936 July-September DAMAGED- DO NOT SERVE
  • Box 1276
    Payroll ledger, 1936 October-December DAMAGED- DO NOT SERVE
  • Box 1277
    Payroll ledger, 1937 January-March
  • Box 1278
    Payroll ledger, 1937 March-June
  • Box 1279
    Payroll ledger, 1937 July-September DAMAGED- DO NOT SERVE
  • Box 1280
    Payroll ledger, 1937 October-December DAMAGED- DO NOT SERVE
  • Box 1281
    Payroll ledger, 1938 January-February
  • Box 1282
    Payroll ledger, 1938 March-May
  • Box 1283
    Payroll ledger, 1938 June-September
  • Box 1284
    Payroll ledger, 1938 October-December
  • Box 1285
    Payroll ledger, 1939 January-April
  • Box 1286
    Payroll ledger, 1939 May-August
  • Box 1287
    Payroll ledger, 1939 September-December
  • Box 1288
    Payroll ledger, 1940 January-May
  • Box 1289
    Payroll ledger, 1940 June-September
  • Box 1290
    Payroll ledger, 1940 September-December
  • Box 1291
    Payroll ledger, 1941 January-March
  • Box 1292
    Payroll ledger, 1941 April-June
  • Box 1293
    Payroll ledger, 1941 July-September
  • Box 1294
    Payroll ledger, 1941 October-December
  • Box 1295
    Payroll ledger, 1942 January-April
  • Box 1296
    Payroll ledger, 1942 April-June
  • Box 1297
    Payroll ledger, 1942 June-August
  • Box 1298
    Payroll ledger, 1942 September-October
  • Box 1299
    Payroll ledger, 1942 November-December
  • Box 1300
    Payroll ledger, 1943 January-February
  • Box 1301
    Payroll ledger, 1943 March-April
  • Box 1302
    Payroll ledger, 1943 May-June
  • Box 1303
    Payroll ledger, 1943 June-July
  • Box 1303a
    Payroll ledger, 1943 July-October
  • Box 1304
    Payroll ledger, 1943 October-1944 January
  • Box 1305
    Payroll ledger, 1944 January-February
  • Box 1306
    Payroll ledger, 1944 March-April
  • Box 1307
    Payroll ledger, 1944 May-June
  • Box 1308
    Payroll ledger, 1944 July-September
  • Box 1309
    Payroll ledger, 1944 October-December
  • Box 1310
    Payroll ledger, 1944 December-1945 April
  • Box 1311
    Payroll ledger, 1945 April-June
  • Box 1312
    Payroll ledger, 1945 July-September
  • Box 1313
    Payroll ledger, 1945 October-December
  • Box 1314
    Payroll ledger, 1946 January-June
  • Box 1315
    Payroll ledger, 1946 July-December
  • Box 1316
    Payroll ledger, 1947 January-August
  • Box 1317
    Payroll ledger, 1947 August-1948 March
  • Box 1318
    Payroll ledger, 1948 March-July
  • Box 1319
    Payroll ledger, 1948 July-December
  • Box 1320
    Payroll ledger, 1949 January-June
  • Box 1321
    Payroll ledger, 1949 July-December
  • Box 1322
    Payroll ledger, 1950 January-May
  • Box 1323
    Payroll ledger, 1950 June-December
  • Box 1324
    Payroll ledger, 1951 January-July
  • Box 1325
    Payroll ledger, 1951 July-1952 March
  • Box 1326
    Payroll ledger, 1952 March-August
  • Box 1327
    Payroll ledger, 1952 August-December
  • Box 1328
    Payroll ledger, 1953 January-June
  • Box 1329
    Payroll ledger, 1953 July-December
  • Box 1330
    Payroll ledger, 1954 January-June
  • Box 1331
    Payroll ledger, 1954 July-December
  • Box 1332
    Payroll ledger, 1954 December-1955 June
  • Box 1333
    Payroll ledger, 1955 June-October
  • Box 1334
    Payroll ledger, 1955 October-1956 April
  • Box 1335
    Payroll ledger, 1956 April-December
  • Box 1336
    Payroll ledger, 1957 January-June
  • Box 1337
    Payroll distribution ledger, 1946 January-1957 June
  • Box numbering system returns to normal. Starts at Box No. 165.
  • Box 165
    Time book, Machine shop, 1854 July-1855 May
  • Box 165
    Time book, Machine shop, 1855 March-August
  • Box 165
    Time book, 1875 July-1877 February
  • Box 166
    Time book, Smith shop, 1876 February-1880 December
  • Box 166
    Time book, Rolling mill, spike mill, and steam forge, 1881
  • Box 166
    Time book, Machine shop, 1883
  • Box 166
    Time book, 1883 January21-1887 July 10
  • Box 167
    Time book, 1892 October 1-1893 August 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Time book, Rolling mill, 1871 February 16-1871 December 19
  • Volume on shelf
    Time book, Machine shop, 1893 September 1-1894 June 30
  • Volume on shelf
    Time book, Boiler shop, 1895 June 1-1898 February 28
  • Volume on shelf
    Time book, 1897 July-1900 April
  • Box 168
    Units produced, Castings, 1843 May-1849 September
  • Box 168
    Units produced, Ten inch train mill spikes and kegs, 1870 December 20-1872 December 18
  • Box 168
    Units produced, Eight inch train mill spikes and kegs, 1871 May 17-1872 March 25
  • Box 169
    Units produced, Box cars and gondolas, 1872 January-1880 September
  • Box 169
    Units produced, 1872 March 26-1873 April 30
  • Box 169
    Units produced, Brass and iron castings, 1875 July 1-1888 June 1
  • Box 169a
    Units produced, Production records of individual heaters and straighteners, 1868 July-1872 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Units produced, Spike mill, 1879 June-1881 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Units produced, Spike mill, 1896 October 26-1902 August
  • Box 170
    Units produced, 1893 December 3-1898 March
  • Box 170
    Units produced, Car wheels, 1895 March 5-1906 October 23
  • Box 170
    Units produced, Ordnance, 1918
  • Box 171
    Units produced, 1888 June 2-1890 August 18
  • Volume on shelf
    Units produced, Horse shoes, 1899 March 12-1903 September 19
  • Volume on shelf
    Units produced, Horse shoes, 1900 May-1904 October
  • Volume on shelf
    Units produced, Horse shoes, 1901 October 12-1902 April 30
  • Box 171a
    Units produced, Horse and mule shoes punched, 1914 July 25-1915 October 16
  • Volume on shelf
    Units produced, Bar mill, merchant mill, rod mill and horse shoe mill, 1924 June-1925 August
  • Volume on shelf
    Weigher's returns, 1889 March 5-1892 August 27
  • Volume on shelf
    Weigher's returns, 1892 October 1-1894 January 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Weigher's returns, 1894 February 1-1895 August 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Weigher's returns, 1897 February-1898 August 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Weigher's returns, 1898 December 1-1900 January 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Weigher's returns, 1900 February 1-1901 August 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Weigher's returns, 1923 December 2-1926 August 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Weigher's returns, 1926 September 1-1930 July 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Weigher's returns, 1930 August 4-1938 December 30
Series IV. Purchasing and Receiving Records, 1861-1911
Boxes: 172-174
Extent: .75 cu. ft. (3 boxes).

Arranged alphabetically by title.

  • Box 172
    Invoice book, 1867 April-1870 October
  • Box 172
    Invoice book, 1868 April-1874 August
  • Box-folder 173:1
    Invoice book, 1872 July 8-1879 January 3
  • Box-folder 173:2
    Invoice book, 1884 January 5-1886 March 19
  • Box-folder 173:3
    Invoice book, 1909 June 6-1911 December 30
  • Box-folder 174:1
    Receipt book, coal, 1879-1885
  • Box-folder 174:2
    Receipt book, pig iron, 1861-1864
  • Box-folder 174:3
    Receipt book, pig and scrap iron, 1879-1885
  • Box-folder 174:4
    Receiving book, 1862-1865
Series V. Sales and Shipping Records, 1843-1956 (bulk 1873-1925)
Boxes: 175-204
Extent: 30.85 cu. ft. (32 boxes and 97 volumes on shelf).

Volumes are alphabetically arranged to the front, followed by loose papers arranged alphabetically by title.

  • Volumes:
  • Box 175
    Consignment book, 1865-1874
  • Box-folder 176:1
    Contract book, 1859 July-1865 April, Pages i-viii and 1-75
  • Box-folder 176:2
    Contract book, 1859 July-1865 April, Pages 76-135
  • Box-folder 176:3
    Contract book, 1859 July-1865 April, Pages 135a-203
  • Box-folder 176:4
    Contract book, 1859 July-1865 April, Pages 204-254
  • Box-folder 176:5
    Contract book, 1865 September-1866 November 29
  • Box-folder 176:6
    Contract book, 1867 February 5-1868 June 23
  • Box-folder 177:1
    Contract book, 1868 May-1871 June
  • Box-folder 177:2
    Contract book, 1868 July-1870 April 26
  • Box-folder 178:1
    Contract book, 1870 April-1880 October
  • Box-folder 178:2
    Contract book, 1892 November-1915 January
  • Volume on shelf
    Cost sheet book, 1924-1930
  • Volume on shelf
    Cost sheet book, 1931-1935
  • Box 179
    Loadings, Railroad freight car, 1892
  • Box 180
    Order books, 1853 January 1-1859 March 15. Order books, 1861 August 13-1862 November 27
  • Box 181
    Order books, 1866 July-1871 January 11
  • Box 182
    Order books, 1871 January 5-1871 June 17
  • Volume on shelf
    Order books,1876 January 18-1877 June 11
  • Volume on shelf
    Order books, 1877 June 18-1878 November 9
  • Volume on shelf
    Order books, 1878 November 12-1880 September 30
  • Volume on shelf
    Order books, 1880 October-1882 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Order books, 1883 January 1-1884 December 1
  • Volume on shelf
    Order books, 1886 September 1-1887 August 10
  • Volume on shelf
    Order books, 1888 March 15-1889 November 8
  • Volume on shelf
    Order books, 1889 November- 1891 September 15
  • Volume on shelf
    Order books, 1897 May-1899 April 21
  • Volume on shelf
    Order books, 1899 April 22-1901 April 21
  • Volume on shelf
    Order books, 1907 May 15-1908 October 9
  • Box 183
    Sales books, Foundry, 1854 September-1860 September
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1858 February-1865 September
  • Box 184
    Sales books, Foundry, 1860 November-1867 November
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1865 January 12-1872 December 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1873 January-1876 January 13
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1876 January-1879 August
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1879 September-1883 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1889 June 1-1892 September 30
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1892 October 1-1895 November 30
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1895 December 1-1898 April 30
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1898 April 1-1900 January 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1900 February-1901 May
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1901 June-1902 August
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1902 September-1904 January
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1904 February-1905 September
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1905 October-1907 February
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1907 March-1908 September
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1908 October-1910 May
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1910 June-1912 April
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1912 May-1913 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1914 January-1916 August
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1916 September-1919 February
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1919 March-1921 July
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1921 August-1923 May
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Foundry, 1923 May-1924 June
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1873 June 2-1875 August 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1884 January-1889 May
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1884 April 18-1890 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1891 January-1892 September 30
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1892 October 1-1894 September
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1894 October 1-1897 February
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1897
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1897 March 1-1898 March
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1898 March-1899 March
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1899 March-1900 August
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1900 September 1-1901 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1902 January-1903 August
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1903 September 1-1904 October
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1904 November-1906 March
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1906 April-1907 August
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1907 September-1909 March
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1909 April-1910 May
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1910 June-1911 October
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1911 November-1913 February
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1913 March-1914 June
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1914 July-1915 September
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1915 September-1917 March
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1917 March-1919 August
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1919 August-1921 September
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1921 October-1923 June
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Horseshoe, 1923 July-1924 June
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1843 July-1846 March
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1853 September-1857 October
  • Box 184a
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1857 July 20-1859 March 30
  • Box 184b
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1868 January 1-1871 December 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1872 January-1873 May
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1875 September-1876 January
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1875 December-1880 May 31
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1876 January-1877 September
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1877 October-1879 August
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1879 September-1880 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1881 January-1882 March
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1882 March-1883 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1884 January-1885 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1886 January-1887 October
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1887 November-1889 August 3
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1889 September-1891 June
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1891 July-1893 May
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1893 June-1895 May
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1895 June-1897 August
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1897 September-1899 July
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1899 August-1900 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1901 May-1902 November
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1902 December-1904 July
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1904 August-1906 April
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1906 May-1907 October
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1907 October-1909 September
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1909 October-1911 June
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1911 July-1913 May
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1913 June-1915 August
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1915 September-1917 April
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1917 May-1918 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, 1918 June-1922 March
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, Bar mill, 1919 January-1921 July
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales books, Rolling mill, Bar mill, 1921 August-1923 December
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales book, Rolling mill, Spike mill, 1922 April-1924 June
  • Volume on shelf
    Sales book, Rolling mill, Bar mill, 1924 January-June
  • Volume on shelf
    Shipment of Sash Weights, 1896 February-1896 December 31
  • Box 185
    Ticket books, 1847 May-1854 February
  • Box 185
    Ticket books, 1858 August 9-1859 August 17
  • Box 185
    Ticket books, 1859 September 2-1863 June 18
  • Box 185
    Ticket books, 1862 March-1863 January
  • Box 186
    Ticket books, 1861 August 6-1863 June 18
  • Box 186
    Ticket books, 1864 January-1865 August 31
  • Box 187
    Ticket books, 1866 September 15-1867 March 2
  • Box 187
    Ticket books, 1868 November 14-1869 January 30
  • Box 188
    Ticket books, 1873 August 23-1873 September 3
  • Box 188
    Ticket books, 1875 May 3-1875 October 15
  • Box 189
    Ticket books, 1876 December 7-1878 November 13
  • Box 189
    Ticket books, 1898 December 2-1899 March 24
  • Box 190
    Ticket books, 1899 May 18-1900 January 9
  • Box 190
    Ticket books, 1899 November 18-1900 July 18
  • Box 191
    Ticket books, 1901 June 4-1902 February 7
  • Box 192
    Ticket books, 1907 April 4-1908 February 6
  • Loose papers:
  • Box-folder 193:1
    Bids submitted, 1920-1925
  • Box-folder 193:2
    Bids submitted, 1926-1930
  • Box-folder 193:3
    Bids submitted, 1951-1952 November
  • Box-folder 193:4
    Bids submitted, 1952 November-December
  • Box-folder 193:5
    Bids submitted, Shot, 1952-1953
  • Box-folder 193:6
    Bids submitted, Steel forging for shell stock, 1952-1953
  • Box-folder 194:1
    Bids submitted, Shell (M335), 1953
  • Box-folder 194:2
    Bids submitted, Shell (M744), 1953
  • Box-folder 194:3
    Bids submitted, Transverse stiffener, 1953
  • Box-folder 194:4
    Bids submitted, Maintenance platform, 1954
  • Box-folder 194:5
    Bids submitted, Maintenance stands, 1954
  • Box-folder 194:6
    Bids submitted, Mine anchors, 1954-1955
  • Box-folder 194:7
    Bids submitted, 1954-1956
  • Box-folder 194:8
    Cleaning of metal surfaces for ammunitions items, 1952
  • Box-folder 194:9
    Damage claims, 1917-1919
  • Box-folder 194:10
    Horseshoe price lists, 1899-1901
  • Box-folder 195:1
    Instructions to contractors, 1917-1921
  • Box-folder 195:2
    Misc. sales agreements, 1868-1924
  • Box-folder 195:3
    Misc. sales agreements, 1949-1954
  • Box-folder 195:4
    Misc. specifications, 1936-1949
  • Box-folder 195:5
    Misc. specifications, 1951-1953
  • Box-folder 195:6
    Statement of shipments for target projectiles, 1919-1920
  • Box-folder 196:1
    War department contracts, 1907 July 30
  • Box-folder 196:2
    War department contracts, 1907 October 4
  • Box-folder 196:3
    War department contracts, 1907 November 19
  • Box-folder 196:4
    War department contracts, 1908 February 29
  • Box-folder 196:5
    War department contracts, 1908 April 14
  • Box-folder 196:6
    War department contracts, 1908 June 10
  • Box-folder 196:7
    War department contracts, 1908 August 18
  • Box-folder 196:8
    War department contracts, 1908 September 5
  • Box-folder 196:9
    War department contracts, 1909 April 27
  • Box-folder 196:10
    War department contracts, 1909 May 13
  • Box-folder 196:11
    War department contracts, 1909 June 22 and 1909 August 9
  • Box-folder 196:12
    War department contracts, 1909 October 18
  • Box-folder 196:13
    War department contracts, 1909 October 20
  • Box-folder 196:14
    War department contracts, 1909 December 17
  • Box-folder 196:15
    War department contracts, 1909 December 22
  • Box-folder 197:1
    War department contracts, 1910 March 1
  • Box-folder 197:2
    War department contracts, 1910 April 20
  • Box-folder 197:3
    War department contracts, 1910 April 11
  • Box-folder 197:4
    War department contracts, 1910 December 30
  • Box-folder 197:5
    War department contracts, 1911 May 30
  • Box-folder 197:6
    War department contracts, 1911 June 9
  • Box-folder 197:7
    War department contracts, 1911 December 7
  • Box-folder 197:8
    War department contracts, 1912 February 20
  • Box-folder 197:9
    War department contracts, 1912 March 15
  • Box-folder 197:10
    War department contracts, 1912 April 29
  • Box-folder 197:11
    War department contracts, 1912 May 24
  • Box-folder 197:12
    War department contracts, 1912 July 11
  • Box-folder 197:13
    War department contracts, 1912 September 7
  • Box-folder 197:14
    War department contracts, 1912 November 2
  • Box-folder 197:15
    War department contracts, 1912 November 12
  • Box-folder 198:1
    War department contracts, 1913 March 18
  • Box-folder 198:2
    War department contracts, 1913 June 3
  • Box-folder 198:3
    War department contracts, 1913 July 7
  • Box-folder 198:4
    War department contracts, 1913 July 16
  • Box-folder 198:5
    War department contracts, 1913 September 3
  • Box-folder 198:6
    War department contracts, 1914 January 9
  • Box-folder 198:7
    War department contracts, 1914 April 1
  • Box-folder 198:8
    War department contracts, 1914 August 25
  • Box-folder 198:9
    War department contracts, 1914 September 25
  • Box-folder 198:10
    War department contracts, 1914 November 28
  • Box-folder 198:11
    War department contracts, 1915 March 3
  • Box-folder 198:12
    War department contracts, 1915 March 13
  • Box-folder 199:1
    War department contracts, 1915 June 10
  • Box-folder 199:2
    War department contracts, 1915 September 13
  • Box-folder 199:3
    War department contracts, 1917 January 30
  • Box-folder 199:4
    War department contracts, 1917 March 21
  • Box-folder 199:5
    War department contracts, 1917 April 16
  • Box-folder 199:6
    War department contracts, 1917 May 4
  • Box-folder 199:7
    War department contracts, 1917 May 14
  • Box-folder 199:8
    War department contracts, 1917 May 28
  • Box-folder 199:9
    War department contracts, 1917 August 31
  • Box-folder 199:10
    War department contracts, 1917 September 15
  • Box-folder 199:11
    War department contracts, 1917 September 24
  • Box-folder 199:12
    War department contracts, 1917 October 10
  • Box-folder 199:13
    War department contracts, 1917 November 17
  • Box-folder 200:1
    War department contracts, 1918 February 1
  • Box-folder 200:2
    War department contracts, 1918 February 19
  • Box-folder 200:3
    War department contracts, 1918 February 28
  • Box-folder 200:4
    War department contracts, 1918 March 14
  • Box-folder 200:5
    War department contracts, 1918 April 4
  • Box-folder 200:6
    War department contracts, 1918 May 15
  • Box-folder 200:7
    War department contracts, 1918 May 23
  • Box-folder 200:8
    War department contracts, 1918 June 12
  • Box-folder 200:9
    War department contracts, 1918 June 22
  • Box-folder 200:10
    War department contracts, 1918 June 24
  • Box-folder 200:11
    War department contracts, 1918 June 25
  • Box-folder 200:12
    War department contracts, 1918 July 10
  • Box-folder 200:13
    War department contracts, 1918 July 31
  • Box-folder 200:14
    War department contracts, 1919 March 24
  • Box-folder 200:15
    War department contracts, 1919 April 3
  • Box-folder 200:16
    War department contracts, 1919 April 23
  • Box-folder 200:17
    War department contracts, 1919 May 24
  • Box-folder 200:18
    War department contracts, 1919 June 4
  • Box-folder 200:19
    War department contracts, 1919 June 14
  • Box-folder 200:20
    War department contracts, 1919 June 25
  • Box-folder 201:1
    War department contracts, 1920 May 18
  • Box-folder 201:2
    War department contracts, 1920 June 11
  • Box-folder 201:3
    War department contracts, 1920 June 11
  • Box-folder 201:4
    War department contracts, 1920 June 11
  • Box-folder 201:5
    War department contracts, 1920 December 8
  • Box-folder 201:6
    War department contracts, 1921 April 1
  • Box-folder 201:7
    War department contracts, 1921 April 26
  • Box-folder 201:8
    War department contracts, 1922 March 21
  • Box-folder 201:9
    War department contracts, 1922 December 26
  • Box-folder 201:10
    War department contracts, 1925 June 26
  • Box-folder 201:11
    War department contracts, 1927 January 31
  • Box-folder 201:12
    War department contracts, 1928 October 27
  • Box-folder 202:1
    War department contracts, 1930 July 28
  • Box-folder 202:2
    War department contracts, 1939 June 28
  • Box-folder 202:3
    War department contracts, 1940 June 14
  • Box-folder 202:4
    War department contracts, 1940 June 24
  • Box-folder 202:5
    War department contracts, 1940 July 15
  • Box-folder 202:6
    War department contracts, 1940 September 3
  • Box-folder 202:7
    War department contracts, 1940 September 26
  • Box-folder 202:8
    War department contracts, 1940 October 1
  • Box-folder 202:9
    War department contracts, 1940 November 19
  • Box-folder 202:10
    War department contracts, 1940 June 20
  • Box-folder 202:11
    War department contracts, 1940 November 8
  • Box-folder 202:12
    War department contracts, 1941 February 18
  • Box-folder 202:13
    War department contracts, 1941 February 26
  • Box-folder 202:14
    War department contracts, 1941 April 2
  • Box-folder 202:15
    War department contracts, 1941 May 9
  • Box-folder 202:16
    War department contracts, 1941 July 15
  • Box-folder 202:17
    War department contracts, Undated
  • Box 203
    Miscellaneous war department contract envelopes
  • Box 204
    Miscellaneous war department contract envelopes
Series VI. Correspondence, Inletters, 1872-1957
Boxes: 205-860
Extent: 231.45 cu. ft. (656 boxes).

Arranged alphabetically into ten subseries: 1. General, 1872-1957; 2. Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Co., 1900-1957; 3. A.J. Beatty, 1910-1915; 4. Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Co., 1905-1956; 5. Christina, Trimble and Lee, 1930-1937; 6. George Layman, 1909-1948; 7. The Rail Joint Co. and Poor and Co., 1925-1956; 8. Southern Railroad Co., 1901-1957; 9. U.S. Government, 1917-1957; and 10. Miscellaneous, 1900-1919.

  • Boxes 205-761
    Subseries 1: General, 1872-1957
    Extent: 194.95 cu. ft. (557 boxes).

    The General subseries was maintained in its original order. Correspondence from 1872 until 1887 is arranged by year, month, alphabetical letter. Correspondence from 1888 to 1957 is arranged by year, alphabetical letter, month.

    • Box-folder 205:1
      1872 September, A-C
    • Box-folder 205:2
      1872 September, D-G
    • Box-folder 205:3
      1872 September, H-J
    • Box-folder 205:4
      1872 September, K-M
    • Box-folder 205:5
      1872 September, N-P
    • Box-folder 205:6
      1872 September, R-S
    • Box-folder 205:7
      1872 September, T-W
    • Box-folder 205:8
      1872 September 1-14, New York office
    • Box-folder 205:9
      1872 September 16-30, New York office
    • Box-folder 205:10
      1872 October, A-C
    • Box-folder 205:11
      1872 October, D-E
    • Box-folder 206:1
      1872 October, F-H
    • Box-folder 206:2
      1872 October, J-L
    • Box-folder 206:3
      1872 October, M-N
    • Box-folder 206:4
      1872 October, O-P
    • Box-folder 206:5
      1872 October, R-S
    • Box-folder 206:6
      1872 October, T-W
    • Box-folder 206:7
      1872 October 1-16, New York office
    • Box-folder 206:8
      1872 October 17-31, New York office
    • Box-folder 206:9
      1872 November 1-15, A-C
    • Box-folder 206:10
      1872 November 1-15, D-G
    • Box-folder 206:11
      1872 November 1-15, H-J
    • Box-folder 206:12
      1872 November 1-15, K-M
    • Box-folder 206:13
      1872 November 1-15, N-R
    • Box-folder 206:14
      1872 November 1-15, S-W
    • Box-folder 207:1
      1872 November 16-30, A-D
    • Box-folder 207:2
      1872 November 16-30, F-J
    • Box-folder 207:3
      1872 November 16-30, L-M
    • Box-folder 207:4
      1872 November 16-30, P-S11
    • Box-folder 207:5
      1872 November 16-30, T-W
    • Box-folder 207:6
      1872 November 1-16, New York office
    • Box-folder 207:7
      1872 November 17-30, New York office
    • Box-folder 207:8
      1872 December 1-16, New York office
    • Box-folder 207:9
      1872 December 17-31, New York office
    • Box-folder 208:1
      1873 February 1-15, New York office
    • Box-folder 208:2
      1873 February 16-28, New York office
    • Box-folder 208:3
      1873 March, A-D
    • Box-folder 208:4
      1873 March, E-G
    • Box-folder 208:5
      1873 March, H-L
    • Box-folder 208:6
      1873 March, M-P
    • Box-folder 208:7
      1873 March, R-S
    • Box-folder 208:8
      1873 March, T-Y
    • Box-folder 208:9
      1873 April 1-15, New York office
    • Box-folder 208:10
      1873 April 16-30, New York office
    • Box-folder 208:11
      1873 May 15-31, A-D
    • Box-folder 208:12
      1873 May 15-31, E-G
    • Box-folder 208:13
      1873 May 15-31, H-L
    • Box-folder 209:1
      1873 May 15-31, M-P
    • Box-folder 209:2
      1873 May 15-31, R-S
    • Box-folder 209:3
      1873 May 15-31, T-W
    • Box-folder 209:4
      1873 September 16-30, A-D
    • Box-folder 209:5
      1873 September 16-30, F-H
    • Box-folder 209:6
      1873 September 16-30, J-L
    • Box-folder 209:7
      1873 September 16-30, M-S
    • Box-folder 209:8
      1873 September 16-30, T-Y
    • Box-folder 209:9
      1873 November, A-D
    • Box-folder 209:10
      1873 November, E-H
    • Box-folder 209:11
      1873 November, J-L
    • Box-folder 209:12
      1873 November, M-O
    • Box-folder 209:13
      1873 November, P-S
    • Box-folder 209:14
      1873 November, T-W
    • Box-folder 209:15
      1874, A-D
    • Box-folder 209:16
      1874, E-H
    • Box-folder 209:17
      1874 J-L
    • Box-folder 210:1
      1874, M-O
    • Box-folder 210:2
      1874, P
    • Box-folder 210:3
      1874, R-W
    • Box-folder 210:4
      1875 1-15, New York office
    • Box-folder 210:5
      1875 March 16-31, New York office
    • Box-folder 210:6
      1875 April, A-C
    • Box-folder 210:7
      1875 April, D-F
    • Box-folder 210:8
      1875 April, G-J
    • Box-folder 210:9
      1875 April, K-M
    • Box-folder 210:10
      1875 April, P-S
    • Box-folder 210:11
      1875 April, T-W
    • Box-folder 210:12
      1875 June, New York office
    • Box-folder 211:1
      1875 July, A-C
    • Box-folder 211:2
      1875 July, D-F
    • Box-folder 211:3
      1875 July, G-H
    • Box-folder 211:4
      1875 July, J-L
    • Box-folder 211:5
      1875 July, M-P
    • Box-folder 211:6
      1875 July, R-S
    • Box-folder 211:7
      1875 July, T-W
    • Box-folder 211:8
      1875 August, New York office
    • Box-folder 211:9
      1875 September, A-C
    • Box-folder 211:10
      1875 September, D-E
    • Box-folder 211:11
      1875 September, G-J
    • Box-folder 211:12
      1875 September, K-M
    • Box-folder 211:13
      1875 September, N-R
    • Box-folder 211:14
      1875 September, S-W
    • Box-folder 211:15
      1875 October 1-15, A-C
    • Box-folder 211:16
      1875 October 1-15, D-F
    • Box-folder 211:17
      1875 October 1-15, G-H
    • Box-folder 212:1
      1875 October 1-15, I-L
    • Box-folder 212:2
      1875 October 1-15, M-P
    • Box-folder 212:3
      1875 October 1-15, R-S
    • Box-folder 212:4
      1875 October 1-15, T-W
    • Box-folder 212:5
      1875 October 16-31, A-C
    • Box-folder 212:6
      1875 October 16-31, D-F
    • Box-folder 212:7
      1875 October 16-31, G-H
    • Box-folder 212:8
      1875 October 16-31, I-K
    • Box-folder 212:9
      1875 October 16-31, L-M
    • Box-folder 212:10
      1875 October 16-31, N-P
    • Box-folder 212:11
      1875 October 16-31, R-S
    • Box-folder 212:12
      1875 October 16-31, T-W
    • Box-folder 213:1
      1875 November 1-15, A-C
    • Box-folder 213:2
      1875 November 1-15, D-F
    • Box-folder 213:3
      1875 November 1-15, G-J
    • Box-folder 213:4
      1875 November 1-15, K-M
    • Box-folder 213:5
      1875 November 1-15, N-P
    • Box-folder 213:6
      1875 November 1-15, R-S
    • Box-folder 213:7
      1875 November 1-15, T-Y
    • Box-folder 213:8
      1875 December, A-C
    • Box-folder 213:9
      1875 December, D-F
    • Box-folder 213:10
      1875 December, G-J
    • Box-folder 213:11
      1875 December, K-M
    • Box-folder 213:12
      1875 December, N-P
    • Box-folder 213:13
      1875 December, R-S
    • Box-folder 213:14
      1875 December, T-Y
    • Box-folder 213:15
      1877 June, A-C
    • Box-folder 213:16
      1877 June, D-F
    • Box-folder 213:17
      1877 June, G-J
    • Box-folder 213:18
      1877 June, K-M
    • Box-folder 213:19
      1877 June, O-S
    • Box-folder 213:20
      1877 June, T-W
    • Box-folder 214:1
      1877 July, A-C
    • Box-folder 214:2
      1877 July, D-F
    • Box-folder 214:3
      1877 July, G-J
    • Box-folder 214:4
      1877 July, K-M
    • Box-folder 214:5
      1877 July, O-P
    • Box-folder 214:6
      1877 July, R-S
    • Box-folder 214:7
      1877 July, T-W
    • Box-folder 214:8
      1877 August 1-15, A-C
    • Box-folder 214:9
      1877 August 1-15, D-F
    • Box-folder 214:10
      1877 August 1-15, G-J
    • Box-folder 214:11
      1877 August 1-15, K-M
    • Box-folder 214:12
      1877 August 1-15, N-P
    • Box-folder 214:13
      1877 August 1-15, R-S
    • Box-folder 214:14
      1877 August 1-15, T-W
    • Box-folder 214:15
      1877 August 16-31, A-C
    • Box-folder 214:16
      1877 August 16-31, D-F
    • Box-folder 214:17
      1877 August 16-31, G-J
    • Box-folder 215:1
      1877 August 16-31, K-M
    • Box-folder 215:2
      1877 August 16-31, O-P
    • Box-folder 215:3
      1877 August 16-31, R-S
    • Box-folder 215:4
      1877 August 16-31, T-W
    • Box-folder 215:5
      1877 October, A-C
    • Box-folder 215:6
      1877 October, D-F
    • Box-folder 215:7
      1877 October, G-J
    • Box-folder 215:8
      1877 October, K-M
    • Box-folder 215:9
      1877 October, O-P
    • Box-folder 215:10
      1877 October, R-S
    • Box-folder 215:11
      1877 October, T-W
    • Box-folder 215:12
      1877 November, A-C
    • Box-folder 215:13
      1877 November, D-F
    • Box-folder 215:14
      1877 November, G-J
    • Box-folder 215:15
      1877 November, K-M
    • Box-folder 215:16
      1877 November, N-P
    • Box-folder 215:17
      1877 November, R-S
    • Box-folder 215:18
      1877 November, T-W
    • Box-folder 215:19
      1878 February 1-14, A-C
    • Box-folder 215:20
      1878 February 1-14, D-F
    • Box-folder 215:21
      1878 February 1-14, G-J
    • Box-folder 215:22
      1878 February 1-14, K-M
    • Box-folder 215:23
      1878 February 1-14, P-W
    • Box-folder 216:1
      1878 February 15-28, A-C
    • Box-folder 216:2
      1878 February 15-28, D-F
    • Box-folder 216:3
      1878 February 15-28, G-J
    • Box-folder 216:4
      1878 February 15-28, K-M
    • Box-folder 216:5
      1878 February 15-28, O-P
    • Box-folder 216:6
      1878 February 15-28, R-W
    • Box-folder 216:7
      1878 March, A-C
    • Box-folder 216:8
      1878 March, D-F
    • Box-folder 216:9
      1878 March, G-J
    • Box-folder 216:10
      1878 March, K-M
    • Box-folder 216:11
      1878 March, O-R
    • Box-folder 216:12
      1878 March, S-W
    • Box-folder 216:13
      1878 April 1-15, A-C
    • Box-folder 216:14
      1878 April 1-15, D-F
    • Box-folder 216:15
      1878 April 1-15, G-J
    • Box-folder 216:16
      1878 April 1-15, K-M
    • Box-folder 216:17
      1878 April 1-15, N-R
    • Box-folder 216:18
      1878 April 1-15, S-Y
    • Box-folder 217:1
      1878 April 15-30, A-C
    • Box-folder 217:2
      1878 April 15-30, D-F
    • Box-folder 217:3
      1878 April 15-30, G-J
    • Box-folder 217:4
      1878 April 15-30, K-M
    • Box-folder 217:5
      1878 April 15-30, N-P
    • Box-folder 217:6
      1878 April 15-30, R-S
    • Box-folder 217:7
      1878 April 15-30, T-W
    • Box-folder 217:8
      1878 July 1-15, A-C
    • Box-folder 217:9
      1878 July 1-15, D-F
    • Box-folder 217:10
      1878 July 1-15, G-J
    • Box-folder 217:11
      1878 July 1-15, K-M
    • Box-folder 217:12
      1878 July 1-15, N-P
    • Box-folder 217:13
      1878 July 1-15, R-Y
    • Box-folder 217:14
      1878 July 16-31, A-C
    • Box-folder 217:15
      1878 July 16-31, D-F
    • Box-folder 217:16
      1878 July 16-31, G-J
    • Box-folder 217:17
      1878 July 16-31, K-M
    • Box-folder 218:1
      1878 July 16-31, N-P
    • Box-folder 218:2
      1878 July 16-31, R-S
    • Box-folder 218:3
      1878 July 16-31, T-W
    • Box-folder 218:4
      1878 August 1-15, A-C
    • Box-folder 218:5
      1878 August 1-15, D-F
    • Box-folder 218:6
      1878 August 1-15, G-J
    • Box-folder 218:7
      1878 August 1-15, K-M
    • Box-folder 218:8
      1878 August 1-15, N-P
    • Box-folder 218:9
      1878 August 1-15, R-S
    • Box-folder 218:10
      1878 August 1-15, T-W
    • Box-folder 218:11
      1878 August 16-31, A-C
    • Box-folder 218:12
      1878 August 16-31, D-F
    • Box-folder 218:13
      1878 August 16-31, H-J
    • Box-folder 218:14
      1878 August 16-31, K-M
    • Box-folder 218:15
      1878 August 16-31, N-P
    • Box-folder 218:16
      1878 August 16-31, R-W
    • Box-folder 219:1
      1878 September, A-C
    • Box-folder 219:2
      1878 September, D-F
    • Box-folder 219:3
      1878 September, G-J
    • Box-folder 219:4
      1878 September, K-M
    • Box-folder 219:5
      1878 September, N-P
    • Box-folder 219:6
      1878 September, R-W
    • Box-folder 219:7
      1879 February 14-28, A-C
    • Box-folder 219:8
      1879 February 14-28, D-F
    • Box-folder 219:9
      1879 February 14-28, G-J
    • Box-folder 219:10
      1879 February 14-28, K-M
    • Box-folder 219:11
      1879 February 14-28, N-R
    • Box-folder 219:12
      1879 February 14-28, S-W
    • Box-folder 219:13
      1879 April 15-30, A-C
    • Box-folder 219:14
      1879 April 15-30, D-F
    • Box-folder 219:15
      1879 April 15-30, G-J
    • Box-folder 219:16
      1879 April 15-30, K-M
    • Box-folder 219:17
      1879 April 15-30, N-R
    • Box-folder 219:18
      1879 April 15-30, S-W
    • Box-folder 220:1
      1879 August 1-15, A-C
    • Box-folder 220:2
      1879 August 1-15, D-F
    • Box-folder 220:3
      1879 August 1-15, G-J
    • Box-folder 220:4
      1879 August 1-15, K-M
    • Box-folder 220:5
      1879 August 1-15, N-R
    • Box-folder 220:6
      1879 August 1-15, S-Y
    • Box-folder 220:7
      1879 August 16-31, A-B
    • Box-folder 220:8
      1879 August 16-31, C
    • Box-folder 220:9
      1879 August 16-31, D-F
    • Box-folder 220:10
      1879 August 16-31, G-J
    • Box-folder 220:11
      1879 August 16-31, K-M
    • Box-folder 220:12
      1879 August 16-31, N-P
    • Box-folder 220:13
      1879 August 16-31, R-S
    • Box-folder 220:14
      1879 August 16-31, T-W
    • Box-folder 221:1
      1879 September 1-15, A-C
    • Box-folder 221:2
      1879 September 1-15, D-F
    • Box-folder 221:3
      1879 September 1-15, G-J
    • Box-folder 221:4
      1879 September 1-15, K-M
    • Box-folder 221:5
      1879 September 1-15, N-P
    • Box-folder 221:6
      1879 September 1-15, R-S
    • Box-folder 221:7
      1879 September 1-15, T-W
    • Box-folder 221:8
      1879 October 16-31, A-C
    • Box-folder 221:9
      1879 October 16-31, D-F
    • Box-folder 221:10
      1879 October 16-31, G-J
    • Box-folder 221:11
      1879 October 16-31, K-M
    • Box-folder 221:12
      1879 October 16-31, N-P
    • Box-folder 221:13
      1879 October 16-31, R-S
    • Box-folder 221:14
      1879 October 16-31, T-W
    • Box-folder 222:1
      1879 November 16-30, A-C
    • Box-folder 222:2
      1879 November 16-30, D-F
    • Box-folder 222:3
      1879 November 16-30, G-J
    • Box-folder 222:4
      1879 November 16-30, K-M
    • Box-folder 222:5
      1879 November 16-30, N-P
    • Box-folder 222:6
      1879 November 16-30, R-S
    • Box-folder 222:7
      1879 November 16-30, T-W
    • Box-folder 222:8
      1879 December 1-15, A-C
    • Box-folder 222:9
      1879 December 1-15, D-E
    • Box-folder 222:10
      1879 December 1-15, F
    • Box-folder 222:11
      1879 December 1-15, G-J
    • Box-folder 222:12
      1879 December 1-15, K-M
    • Box-folder 222:13
      1879 December 1-15, M-P
    • Box-folder 222:14
      1879 December 1-15, S-W
    • Box-folder 223:1
      1879 December 16-31, A-C
    • Box-folder 223:2
      1879 December 16-31, D-G
    • Box-folder 223:3
      1879 December 16-31, H-J
    • Box-folder 223:4
      1879 December 16-31, K-M
    • Box-folder 223:5
      1879 December 16-31, N-R
    • Box-folder 223:6
      1879 December 16-31, S-W
    • Box-folder 223:7
      1879 December 17-1880 January 1, A-C
    • Box-folder 223:8
      1879 December 17-1880 January 1, D-F
    • Box-folder 223:9
      1879 December 17-1880 January 1, G-J
    • Box-folder 223:10
      1879 December 17-1880 January 1, K-M
    • Box-folder 223:11
      1879 December 17-1880 January 1, N-R
    • Box-folder 223:12
      1879 December 17-1880 January 1, S-W
    • Box-folder 224:1
      1880 January 1-15, A-C
    • Box-folder 224:2
      1880 January 1-15, D-F
    • Box-folder 224:3
      1880 January 1-15, G-J
    • Box-folder 224:4
      1880 January 1-15, K-M
    • Box-folder 224:5
      1880 January 1-15, N-R
    • Box-folder 224:6
      1880 January 1-15, S-W
    • Box-folder 224:7
      1880 January 16-31, A-C
    • Box-folder 224:8
      1880 January 16-31, D-F
    • Box-folder 224:9
      1880 January 16-31, G-J
    • Box-folder 224:10
      1880 January 16-31, K-M
    • Box-folder 224:11
      1880 January 16-31, N-R
    • Box-folder 224:12
      1880 January 16-31, S-T
    • Box-folder 224:13
      1880 January 16-31, W-Y
    • Box-folder 225:1
      1880 June 1-15, A-C
    • Box-folder 225:2
      1880 June 1-15, D-F
    • Box-folder 225:3
      1880 June 1-15, G-J
    • Box-folder 225:4
      1880 June 1-15, K-M
    • Box-folder 225:5
      1880 June 1-15, N-R
    • Box-folder 225:6
      1880 June 1-15, S-W
    • Box-folder 225:7
      1880 June 16-30, A-C
    • Box-folder 225:8
      1880 June 16-30, D-F
    • Box-folder 225:9
      1880 June 16-30, G-J
    • Box-folder 225:10
      1880 June 16-30, K-M
    • Box-folder 225:11
      1880 June 16-30, P
    • Box-folder 225:12
      1880 June 16-30, T-W
    • Box-folder 225:13
      1880 July 1-15, A-C
    • Box-folder 225:14
      1880 July 1-15, D-F
    • Box-folder 225:15
      1880 July 1-15, G-J
    • Box-folder 226:1
      1880 July 1-15, K-M
    • Box-folder 226:2
      1880 July 1-15, N-R
    • Box-folder 226:3
      1880 July 1-15, S-W
    • Box-folder 226:4
      1880 August 1-15, A-C
    • Box-folder 226:5
      1880 August 1-15, D-F
    • Box-folder 226:6
      1880 August 1-15, G-J
    • Box-folder 226:7
      1880 August 1-15, K-M
    • Box-folder 226:8
      1880 August 1-15, N-R
    • Box-folder 226:9
      1880 August 1-15, S-W
    • Box-folder 226:10
      1880 August 16-31, A-C
    • Box-folder 226:11
      1880 August 16-31, D-F
    • Box-folder 226:12
      1880 August 16-31, G-J
    • Box-folder 226:13
      1880 August 16-31, K-M
    • Box-folder 226:14
      1880 August 16-31, N-R
    • Box-folder 226:15
      1880 August 16-31, S-W
    • Box-folder 227:1
      1880 September 1-15, A-C
    • Box-folder 227:2
      1880 September 1-15, D-F
    • Box-folder 227:3
      1880 September 1-15, G-J
    • Box-folder 227:4
      1880 September 1-15, K-M
    • Box-folder 227:5
      1880 September 1-15, N-R
    • Box-folder 227:6
      1880 September 1-15, S-W
    • Box-folder 227:7
      1880 September 16-30, A-C
    • Box-folder 227:8
      1880 September 16-30,D-F
    • Box-folder 227:9
      1880 September 16-30,G-J
    • Box-folder 227:10
      1880 September 16-30, K-M
    • Box-folder 227:11
      1880 September 16-30, N-R
    • Box-folder 227:12
      1880 September 16-30, S-W
    • Box-folder 228:1
      1880 October 16-31, A-C
    • Box-folder 228:2
      1880 October 16-31, D-F
    • Box-folder 228:3
      1880 October 16-31, G-J
    • Box-folder 228:4
      1880 October 16-31, K-M
    • Box-folder 228:5
      1880 October 16-31, N-R
    • Box-folder 228:6
      1880 October 16-31, S-W
    • Box-folder 228:7
      1880 December, A-C
    • Box-folder 228:8
      1880 December, D-F
    • Box-folder 228:9
      1880 December, G-J
    • Box-folder 228:10
      1880 December, K-M
    • Box-folder 228:11
      1880 December, N-R
    • Box-folder 228:12
      1880 December, S-W
    • Box-folder 229:1
      1881 February
    • Box-folder 229:2
      1881 February, A-C
    • Box-folder 229:3
      1881 February, D-E
    • Box-folder 229:4
      1881 February, F
    • Box-folder 229:5
      1881 February, G-J
    • Box-folder 229:6
      1881 February, K-M
    • Box-folder 229:7
      1881 February, N-P
    • Box-folder 229:8
      1881 February, R-T
    • Box-folder 229:9
      1881 February, W-Y
    • Box-folder 230:1
      1881 April, A-C
    • Box-folder 230:2
      1881 April, D-F
    • Box-folder 230:3
      1881 April, G-J
    • Box-folder 230:4
      1881 April, K-M
    • Box-folder 230:5
      1881 April, N-P
    • Box-folder 230:6
      1881 April, T-Y
    • Box-folder 230:7
      1881 April-June, A-C
    • Box-folder 230:8
      1881 April-June, F-J
    • Box-folder 230:9
      1881 April-June, K-M
    • Box-folder 230:10
      1881 April-June, N-R
    • Box-folder 231:1
      1881 April-June, S-T
    • Box-folder 231:2
      1881 April-June, W-Y
    • Box-folder 231:3
      1881 May
    • Box-folder 231:4
      1881 May
    • Box-folder 231:5
      1881 May, A-C
    • Box-folder 231:6
      1881 May, D-F
    • Box-folder 231:7
      1881 May, K-M
    • Box-folder 231:8
      1881 May, R-T
    • Box-folder 231:9
      1881 May, W
    • Box-folder 232:1
      1881 May-October, A-C
    • Box-folder 232:2
      1881 May-October, D-F
    • Box-folder 232:3
      1881 May-October, G-J
    • Box-folder 232:4
      1881 May-October, K-M
    • Box-folder 232:5
      1881 May-October, N-R
    • Box-folder 232:6
      1881 May-October, S-Y
    • Box-folder 232:7
      1881 June, D-F
    • Box-folder 232:8
      1881 June, G-J
    • Box-folder 232:9
      1881 June, K-M
    • Box-folder 232:10
      1881 June, N-R
    • Box-folder 232:11
      1881 June, S-T
    • Box-folder 233:1
      1881 July, A-B
    • Box-folder 233:2
      1881 July, C
    • Box-folder 233:3
      1881 July, D-F
    • Box-folder 233:4
      1881 July, G-J
    • Box-folder 233:5
      1881 July, K-M
    • Box-folder 233:6
      1881 July, N-R
    • Box-folder 233:7
      1881 July, S
    • Box-folder 233:8
      1881 July, T-W
    • Box-folder 234:1
      1881 August, D-F
    • Box-folder 234:2
      1881 August, G-J
    • Box-folder 234:3
      1881 August, K-M
    • Box-folder 234:4
      1881 August, N-R
    • Box-folder 234:5
      1881 August, S
    • Box-folder 234:6
      1881 September, A-C
    • Box-folder 234:7
      1881 September, D-E
    • Box-folder 234:8
      1881 September, F
    • Box-folder 234:9
      1881 September, G-J
    • Box-folder 235:1
      1881 September, K-L
    • Box-folder 235:2
      1881 September, M
    • Box-folder 235:3
      1881 September, N-P
    • Box-folder 235:4
      1881 September, Q-S
    • Box-folder 235:5
      1881 September, T-Y
    • Box-folder 235:6
      1881 October, A-C
    • Box-folder 235:7
      1881 October, D-F
    • Box-folder 235:8
      1881 October, G-J
    • Box-folder 235:9
      1881 October, K-L
    • Box-folder 235:10
      1881 October, M
    • Box-folder 235:11
      1881 October, M
    • Box-folder 235:12
      1881 October, N-R
    • Box-folder 235:13
      1881 October, V-Y
    • Box-folder 236:1
      1882 January, A-C
    • Box-folder 236:2
      1882 January, D-F
    • Box-folder 236:3
      1882 January, G-J
    • Box-folder 236:4
      1882 January, K-M
    • Box-folder 236:5
      1882 January, N-R
    • Box-folder 236:6
      1882 January, S-W
    • Box-folder 236:7
      1882 February, A-C
    • Box-folder 236:8
      1882 February, D-F
    • Box-folder 236:9
      1882 February, G-J
    • Box-folder 237:1
      1882 February, K-M
    • Box-folder 237:2
      1882 February, N-R
    • Box-folder 237:3
      1882 February, S-W
    • Box-folder 237:4
      1882 April, A-C
    • Box-folder 237:5
      1882 April, D-F
    • Box-folder 237:6
      1882 April, G-J
    • Box-folder 237:7
      1882 April, K-L
    • Box-folder 237:8
      1882 April, N-R
    • Box-folder 237:9
      1882 April, S-W
    • Box-folder 237:10
      1882 May, A-C
    • Box-folder 237:11
      1882 May, D-F
    • Box-folder 237:12
      1882 May, G-J
    • Box-folder 238:1
      1882 May, K-M
    • Box-folder 238:2
      1882 May, N-R
    • Box-folder 238:3
      1882 May, S-W
    • Box-folder 238:4
      1882 June, A-C
    • Box-folder 238:5
      1882 June, D-F
    • Box-folder 238:6
      1882 June, G-J
    • Box-folder 238:7
      1882 June, K-M
    • Box-folder 238:8
      1882 June, N-R
    • Box-folder 238:9
      1882 June, S-W
    • Box-folder 238:10
      1882 July, A-C
    • Box-folder 238:11
      1882 July, D-F
    • Box-folder 238:12
      1882 July, G-J
    • Box-folder 239:1
      1882 July, K-M
    • Box-folder 239:2
      1882 July, N-R
    • Box-folder 239:3
      1882 July, S-W
    • Box-folder 239:4
      1882 September, F-H
    • Box-folder 239:5
      1882 September, J-M
    • Box-folder 239:6
      1882 September, N-R
    • Box-folder 239:7
      1882 September, S-W
    • Box-folder 239:8
      1882 October, A-C
    • Box-folder 239:9
      1882 October, D-F
    • Box-folder 240:1
      1882 October, G-J
    • Box-folder 240:2
      1882 October, K-L
    • Box-folder 240:3
      1882 October, M
    • Box-folder 240:4
      1882 October, N-R
    • Box-folder 240:5
      1882 October, S-W
    • Box-folder 240:6
      1882 November, A-C
    • Box-folder 240:7
      1882 November, D-F
    • Box-folder 240:8
      1882 November, G-J
    • Box-folder 240:9
      1882 November, K-M
    • Box-folder 241:1
      1882 November, N-R
    • Box-folder 241:2
      1882 November, S-W
    • Box-folder 241:3
      1883 February, A-C
    • Box-folder 241:4
      1883 February, D-F
    • Box-folder 241:5
      1883 February, G-J
    • Box-folder 241:6
      1883 February, K-M
    • Box-folder 241:7
      1883 February, N-R
    • Box-folder 241:8
      1883 February, S-W
    • Box-folder 241:9
      1883 May, A-C
    • Box-folder 241:10
      1883 May, D-F
    • Box-folder 241:11
      1883 May, G-J
    • Box-folder 241:12
      1883 May, K-M
    • Box-folder 242:1
      1883 May, N-R
    • Box-folder 242:2
      1883 May, S-Y
    • Box-folder 242:3
      1883 June, A-C
    • Box-folder 242:4
      1883 June, D-F
    • Box-folder 242:5
      1883 June, G-J
    • Box-folder 242:6
      1883 June, K-M
    • Box-folder 242:7
      1883 June, N-R
    • Box-folder 242:8
      1883 June, S-W
    • Box-folder 242:9
      1883 July, A-C
    • Box-folder 242:10
      1883 July, D-F
    • Box-folder 242:11
      1883 July, G-J
    • Box-folder 243:1
      1883 July, K-M
    • Box-folder 243:2
      1883 July, N-R
    • Box-folder 243:3
      1883 July, S-W
    • Box-folder 243:4
      1883 August, A-C
    • Box-folder 243:5
      1883 August, D-F
    • Box-folder 243:6
      1883 August, G-J
    • Box-folder 243:7
      1883 August, K-M
    • Box-folder 243:8
      1883 August, N-R
    • Box-folder 243:9
      1883 August, S-W
    • Box-folder 243:10
      1883 September, A-C
    • Box-folder 243:11
      1883 September, D-F
    • Box-folder 244:1
      1883 September, G-J
    • Box-folder 244:2
      1883 September, K-M
    • Box-folder 244:3
      1883 September, N-R
    • Box-folder 244:4
      1883 September, S-W
    • Box-folder 244:5
      1883 October, A-C
    • Box-folder 244:6
      1883 October, D-F
    • Box-folder 244:7
      1883 October, G-J
    • Box-folder 244:8
      1883 October, K-M
    • Box-folder 244:9
      1883 October, N-R
    • Box-folder 244:10
      1883 October, S-W
    • Box-folder 245:1
      1883 November, A-C
    • Box-folder 245:2
      1883 November, D-F
    • Box-folder 245:3
      1883 November, G-J
    • Box-folder 245:4
      1883 November, K-M
    • Box-folder 245:5
      1883 November, N-R
    • Box-folder 245:6
      1883 November, S-W
    • Box-folder 245:7
      1883 December, A-C
    • Box-folder 245:8
      1883 December, D-F
    • Box-folder 245:9
      1883 December, G-J
    • Box-folder 245:10
      1883 December, K-M
    • Box-folder 245:11
      1883 December, N-R
    • Box-folder 245:12
      1883 December, S-W
    • Box-folder 246:1
      1884, A-C
    • Box-folder 246:2
      1884, D-F
    • Box-folder 246:3
      1884, G-J
    • Box-folder 246:4
      1884, K-M
    • Box-folder 246:5
      1884, N-R
    • Box-folder 246:6
      1884, S-W
    • Box-folder 246:7
      1884 May, A-C
    • Box-folder 246:8
      1884 May, D-F
    • Box-folder 246:9
      1884 May, G-J
    • Box-folder 247:1
      1884 May, K-M
    • Box-folder 247:2
      1884 May, N-R
    • Box-folder 247:3
      1884 May, S-W
    • Box-folder 247:4
      1884 June, A-C
    • Box-folder 247:5
      1884 June, D-F
    • Box-folder 247:6
      1884 June, G-F
    • Box-folder 247:7
      1884 June, K-M
    • Box-folder 247:8
      1884 June, N-R
    • Box-folder 247:9
      1884 June, S-W
    • Box-folder 247:10
      1884 July, A-C
    • Box-folder 247:11
      1884 July, D-F
    • Box-folder 247:12
      1884 July, G-J
    • Box-folder 248:1
      1884 July, K-M
    • Box-folder 248:2
      1884 July, N-R
    • Box-folder 248:3
      1884 July, S-W
    • Box-folder 248:4
      1884 September, A-C
    • Box-folder 248:5
      1884 September, D-F
    • Box-folder 248:6
      1884 September, G-J
    • Box-folder 248:7
      1884 September, K-M
    • Box-folder 248:8
      1884 September, N-R
    • Box-folder 248:9
      1884 September, S-W
    • Box-folder 248:10
      1884 October, A-C
    • Box-folder 248:11
      1884 October, D-F
    • Box-folder 248:12
      1884 October, G-J
    • Box-folder 249:1
      1884 October, K-M
    • Box-folder 249:2
      1884 October, N-R
    • Box-folder 249:3
      1884 October, S-W
    • Box-folder 249:4
      1884 November, A-C
    • Box-folder 249:5
      1884 November, D-F
    • Box-folder 249:6
      1884 November, G-J
    • Box-folder 249:7
      1884 November, K-M
    • Box-folder 249:8
      1884 November, N-R
    • Box-folder 249:9
      1884 November, S-W
    • Box-folder 249:10
      1884 December, A-C
    • Box-folder 249:11
      1884 December, D-F
    • Box-folder 249:12
      1884 December, G-J
    • Box-folder 249:13
      1884 December, K-M
    • Box-folder 249:14
      1884 December, N-R
    • Box-folder 249:15
      1884 December, S-W
    • Box-folder 250:1
      1885, A-C
    • Box-folder 250:2
      1885, D-F
    • Box-folder 250:3
      1885, G-J
    • Box-folder 250:4
      1885, K-M
    • Box-folder 250:5
      1885, N-R
    • Box-folder 250:6
      1885, S-W
    • Box-folder 250:7
      1885 January, A-C
    • Box-folder 250:8
      1885 January, D-F
    • Box-folder 250:9
      1885 January, G-J
    • Box-folder 250:10
      1885 January, K-M
    • Box-folder 251:1
      1885 January, N-R
    • Box-folder 251:2
      1885 January, S-W
    • Box-folder 251:3
      1885 March, A-C
    • Box-folder 251:4
      1885 March, D-F
    • Box-folder 251:5
      1885 March, G-J
    • Box-folder 251:6
      1885 March, K-M
    • Box-folder 251:7
      1885 March, N-R
    • Box-folder 251:8
      1885 March, S-Y
    • Box-folder 251:9
      1885 April, A-C
    • Box-folder 251:10
      1885 April, D-F
    • Box-folder 251:11
      1885 April, G-J
    • Box-folder 251:12
      1885 April, K-M
    • Box-folder 251:13
      1885 April, N-R
    • Box-folder 252:1
      1885 April, S-Y
    • Box-folder 252:2
      1885 May, A-C
    • Box-folder 252:3
      1885 May, D-F
    • Box-folder 252:4
      1885 May, G-J
    • Box-folder 252:5
      1885 May, K-M
    • Box-folder 252:6
      1885 May, N-R
    • Box-folder 252:7
      1885 May, S-W
    • Box-folder 252:8
      1885 July, A-C
    • Box-folder 252:9
      1885 July, D-F
    • Box-folder 252:10
      1885 July, G-J
    • Box-folder 252:11
      1885 July, K-M
    • Box-folder 252:12
      1885 July, N-R
    • Box-folder 252:13
      1885 July, S-W
    • Box-folder 253:1
      1885 August, A-C
    • Box-folder 253:2
      1885 August, D-F
    • Box-folder 253:3
      1885 August, G-J
    • Box-folder 253:4
      1885 August, K-M
    • Box-folder 253:5
      1885 August, N-R
    • Box-folder 253:6
      1885 August, S-W
    • Box-folder 253:7
      1885 September, A-C
    • Box-folder 253:8
      1885 September, D-F
    • Box-folder 253:9
      1885 September, G-J
    • Box-folder 253:10
      1885 September, K-M
    • Box-folder 253:11
      1885 September, N-R
    • Box-folder 253:12
      1885 September, S-W
    • Box-folder 254:1
      1885 October, A-C
    • Box-folder 254:2
      1885 October, D-F
    • Box-folder 254:3
      1885 October, G-J
    • Box-folder 254:4
      1885 October, K-M
    • Box-folder 254:5
      1885 October, N-R
    • Box-folder 254:6
      1885 October, S-W
    • Box-folder 254:7
      1886 February, A-C
    • Box-folder 254:8
      1886 February, D-F
    • Box-folder 254:9
      1886 February, G-J
    • Box-folder 254:10
      1886 February, K-M
    • Box-folder 254:11
      1886 February, N-R
    • Box-folder 254:12
      1886 February, S-W
    • Box-folder 255:1
      1886 March, A-C
    • Box-folder 255:2
      1886 March, D-F
    • Box-folder 255:3
      1886 March, G-J
    • Box-folder 255:4
      1886 March, K-M
    • Box-folder 255:5
      1886 March, N-R
    • Box-folder 255:6
      1886 March, S-W
    • Box-folder 255:7
      1886 April, A-C
    • Box-folder 255:8
      1886 April, D-F
    • Box-folder 256:1
      1886 April, G-J
    • Box-folder 256:2
      1886 April, K-M
    • Box-folder 256:3
      1886 April, N-R
    • Box-folder 256:4
      1886 April, S-W
    • Box-folder 256:5
      1886 May, A-C
    • Box-folder 256:6
      1886 May, D-F
    • Box-folder 256:7
      1886 May, G-J
    • Box-folder 256:8
      1886 May, K-M
    • Box-folder 256:9
      1886 May, N-R
    • Box-folder 256:10
      1886 May, S-Y
    • Box-folder 256:11
      1886 June, A-C
    • Box-folder 257:1
      1886 June, D-F
    • Box-folder 257:2
      1886 June, G-J
    • Box-folder 257:3
      1886 June, K-M
    • Box-folder 257:4
      1886 June, N-R
    • Box-folder 257:5