2 edition of Report of the Committee of finance of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad company found in the catalog.
Report of the Committee of finance of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad company
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company. Committee on Finance.
|LC Classifications||HE2791 .B33 1865c|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||45 p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||45|
|LC Control Number||07000263|
The growth and development of the Pennsylvania railroad company; The story of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad, , by: Hungerford, Edward, The Pennsylvania Railroad address of the Committee of Seven to the citizens of Philadelphia, and of Pennsylvania, appointed at a town meeting, held at Philadelphia, on the 28th of. Of the miles of road owned on date of sale, miles had been acquired from The Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern Railroad Company (of ), miles from the Ohio and Mississippi Railway Company (second corporation), miles from The Cincinnati and Bedford Railway Company, miles by construction, and mile by.
Information, institutions and agency: the crisis of railroad finance in the os and the evolution of corporate oversight capabilities Nandini Chandar and Paul J. Miranti Accounting History Cited by: September This is entitled "Report on the economy of a new system of working the engines on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad."8 Hayes was con- cerned with mounting fuel costs and had directed Mendes to look into the mat-.
Experimenting with conical wheels and a steam-powered engine, Cooper built the "Tom Thumb" for the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company. It became the first steam locomotive to run in the U.S., "proving conclusively that steam-power may be used on our road with as much facility and effect as that of horses, at a very reduced expense," according to. The company was the Baltimore and Ohio, America's first commercial railroad; the town was Brunswick, Maryland, self-proclaimed "Home of the Iron Horse." For over a century thousands of Brunswick's men crossed over the railroad tracks to crew the steam and diesel locomotives and labor in the B&O's roundhouse, heavy car shop, and classification yard.
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Report of the Finance Committee of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company: in opposition to the payment to the state of Maryland of the capitation tax upon passengers travelling over the Washington Branch Road: approved and adopted by the Board of Directors, December 8th,and ordered to be printed.
Report of the Committee of finance of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company: being a review and vindication of the policy of the company from the charges made in the annual message of the mayor of Baltimore, dated January 3, approved by the Board Feb.
8, Report of the Finance Committee of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company: in opposition to the payment to the state of Maryland of the capitation tax upon passengers travelling over the Washington Branch Road, approved and adopted by the board of directors, December 8th, by Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company ().
Statement of Mr. Daniel Willard, president, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, before the Senate Committee on Interstate Commerce, Febru Daniel Willard s.n., - Transportation - 15 pages. Report on the Memorial of the Directors of the Metropollitan Railroad Company Issue of Report, United States Congress [36th Cong., 1st sess.
House: Authors: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the District of Columbia, George Wurtz Hughes: Published: Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Length: 60 pages: Export Citation.
The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, Valuation Department, ), also by Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company. Office of Valuation Engineer (page images at HathiTrust) United States. Interstate Commerce Commission: Before the Interstate commerce commission.
The Founders of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (), represents the B&O's history (left to right) beginning with its founding in to Philip E.
Thomas, George Brown, Charles Carroll of Carrollton, and others are gathered at arters: Baltimore, Maryland. Ohio Council of Retail Merchants. #N#Monica Hueckel. Ohio State Medical Association. Novem General Submissions: minutes from minutes from HB Comp Doc. HB Comp Doc. Economic Disadvantaged Calculation.
Economic Disadvantaged Calculation. Proposed Expenditures. Proposed Expenditures. #N#Derek Longmeier. BRT officers were elected at the Grand Lodge Convention of the Brotherhood, held every 4 years. The principal officers included a president, an assistant to the president, a general secretary-treasurer, Canadian and national legislative representatives, a senior vice-president, BRT representative, and National Railroad Board of Adjustment representative.
Full text of "Baltimore and Ohio employees magazine" See other formats. Committee on the District of Columbia, 3 books Herbert H. Harwood, 3 books Eileen Wolford Barnard, 2 books Hungerford, Edward, 2 books John J.
Donaldson, 2 books Dwight Jones, 2 books Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Historical Society., 2 books Anna Katharine Green, 1 book Simpson, Howard E., 1 book Ellet, Charles, 1 book National City Company., 1.
Report of the Finance Committee of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company in opposition to the payment to the state of Maryland of the capitation tax upon passengers travelling over the Washington Branch Road: approved and adopted by the Board of Directors, December 8th,and ordered to be printed.
Growth and Change within the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Relief Program. The first annual report of the B&O Relief Association, inreported membership of 14, On Febru the state of Maryland chartered the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company (B&O) — the first freight and passenger railroad to serve the American public.
Designed to connect the bustling port of Baltimore with the inland waterway of the Ohio River, the B&O Railroad would support the economy of Maryland and facilitate the. (record group 46) 23, cu. table of contents administrative history general records of the united states senate 6, lin.
records of committees relating to agriculture and forestry lin. records of the committee on appropriations lin. records of committees relating to defense Railroad engineering; an authoritative manual of modern practice in the survey, location, and construction of railroad lines and terminals, their operation and maintenance, and the financing and economic management of railroad corporation, (Chicago, American school of correspondence, ), by Walter Loring Webb and Walter Loring Webb (page.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co. 26 Apr Hardback. US$ Add to basket. Report. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co. Report of the Committee on Internal Improvement, Enclosing Answers of the President of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Company.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co. 18 Feb Paperback. US$ Add to basket. Reply of the chief engineer of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Company to the review of his report of Februon the Grave Creek and Fish Creek routes, by the engineer of the city of Wheeling.
committee on finance united states senate seventy-second congress second session pursuant to s. res. authorizing and directing the finance committee to make an investigation and study of the present' economic problems of the united states with a view to securing constructive suggestions with respect to the solution of such problems february File Size: 2MB.
A typical example of these accident reports is the accident report file of a head-on collision between two freight trains of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad operating under the Chessie System near Orleans Road, West Virginia, on Februwhich was recently requested by a researcher.
The accident involved one fatality. 1 The history of the Camden and Amboy is summarized in American Railroad Journal, XXIX (7 June ), –ter the Journal will be cited as company's meager annual reports add little. The financial situation of the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore is given in The Second Annual Report of the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Rail Road Company (Philadelphia, ), 14 Cited by: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company (B&O) freight train derailment While contents were being off-loaded, a leaking Droxol Propane storage tank connection sparks ignition As longshoremen descended into the hold to load the remainder of a consignment of ammonium nitrate fertilizer, fire between a ship's hull and the cargo holds.Service report on technical education, with special reference to the Baltimore & Ohio railroad service.
Short history of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad, also locomotive development and early locomotives since Sixth annual report of the president and directors to the stockholders of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company.