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Subseries 1. Correspondence, 1906-1912

Scope and Content Notes:

This subseries consists of incoming correspondence relating to business activities of the Clairton Street Railway Company, including purchase of equipment from St. Louis Car Company and Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company. Additional letters from the Pennsylvania State Railroad Commission provided policies and recommendations for the railway company. This subseries also contains folders with duplicates of outgoing letters found in the letterpress copybook. The letterpress copybook contains the outgoing correspondence, memorandum, accident reports and general account statements for the years 1906 to 1912. Many of the letters match-up with incoming correspondence found in this subseries. Additional outgoing letters regarding the Clairton Street Railway Company can be found in the letterpress copybook of the St. Clair Improvement Company dated September 1, 1905-December 5, 1906. Many of the letters in this copybook are fading and are difficult to read. The correspondence in this subseries date from 1906 to 1913.


Box 46
Folder 1 Correspondence, December 23, 1905-November 19, 1906
Folder 2 Correspondence, January 5-April 26, 1907
Folder 3 Correspondence, May 7-30, 1907
Folder 4 Correspondence, June 13-October 17, 1907
Folder 5 Correspondence, January 4-February 27, 1908
Folder 6 Correspondence, March 2-July 24, 1908
Folder 7 Correspondence, August 19-December 9, 1908
Folder 8 Correspondence, January 15, 1909-February 10, 1910
Folder 9 Correspondence, March 24-July 29, 1910
Folder 10 Correspondence, August 2, 1910-June 26, 1911
Folder 11 Correspondence, July 6-August 5, 1911
Folder 12 Correspondence, August 8-31, 1911
Folder 13 Correspondence, September 2-October 18, 1911
Folder 14 Correspondence, November 2-29, 1911
Folder 15 Correspondence, December 1-29, 1911
Folder 16 Correspondence, January 8-9, 1913, undated
Box 47 Letterpress Copybook, October 10,1906- October 21, 1912