Railroads -- Arkansas
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Transactions of an executive committee of concerned northwest Arkansas businessmen who wished to establish a railroad from Bentonville to Oklahoma and points west. The proposed railroad was eventually acquired by the Arkansas and Oklahoma Railroad.
Copy photographic prints of originals in the Museum of the Gulf Coast, Port Arthur, Texas. The photographs, mostly taken by DeGoeijen during visits along the KCS line in 1897 and 1927 include railroad engines, depots, bridges, and street scenes in Mena (Polk County) and DeQueen (Sevier County), Arkansas, and Beaumont and Port Arthur, Texas. Photographic prints.
Materials include two scrapbooks that contain correspondence regarding Mrs. Erfurth’s retirement, as well as photographs and memorabilia from her career at Missouri Pacific Railroad. The collection includes a letter dated January 7, 1911 from Senator Joseph T. Robinson to her father, Mr. Guy Swaim. The collection also includes her obituary.
Prospectus, copy of application for incorporation, record of action taken on application by Arkansas State Board of Railroad Incorporation, articles of incorporation, list of subscribers to stock, and minutes of first stockholders' meeting of Fort Smith, Arkansas corporation. Documents are dated February 7 to February 11, 1910.
Student report on the history and impact of railroads in Harrison, Arkansas.