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Series III. Predecessor & Subsidiary Companies' Minute Books

Scope and Content Notes:

The following series contains corporate records identified with each predecessor and subsidiary companies.

Subseries 1. Alexander Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 20, 1899, in W.V; Demised: October 1, 1949, by expiration of charter; Predecessor: None; Successor: Brier Hill Coal & Coke Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Harrison County, W.Va. Assets sold to Brier Hill Coal & Coke Company in Jan. 1901.

Box 8 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors, November 20, 1899-January 14, 1901

Subseries 2. Allegany Real Estate Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 21, 1935, in MD; Demised: December 10, 1943; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Owned real estate in Cumberland Coal Field of Maryland.

Box 8 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 21, 1935-December 10, 1943

Subseries 3. American Coal & Coke Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 24, 1899, in W.V; Demised: February 1906; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Marion County, W.Va. Sold to Fairmont Coal Company ca. 1901

Box 8 Minutes of Stockholders & Board of Directors Meetings, November 28, 1899-February 1, 1906

Subseries 4. American Coal Company of Allegany County (Delaware)

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: July 12, 1941, in DE; Demised: January 2, 1958, by merger into Pocahontas Fuel Company, Inc.; Predecessor: American Coal Company of Allegany County (New Jersey); Successor: Pocahontas Fuel Company, Incorporated; Statistics: Operated mines in Cumberland and Pocahontas coal fields..

Box 8 Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings, July 12, 1941-August 26, 1955
Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings, September 7, 1955-December 16, 1957

Subseries 5. American Coal Company of Allegany County (Maryland)

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: December 30, 1854, in MD; Demised: December 30, 1904; Predecessor: None; Successor: American Coal Company of Allegany County (New Jersey); Statistics: Operated coal mines at Barton and Lonaconing, Md. Also owned controlling interest in Georges Creek & Cumberland Railroad Company.

Box 9 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Minutes, December 28, 1854-April 19, 1873
Box 8 Annual Statements & Examining Committee Reports, November 30, 1957–December 31, 1903

Subseries 6. American Coal Company of Allegany County (New Jersey)

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: October 24, 1903, in N.J; Demised: December 30, 1943, by merger.; Predecessor: American Coal Company of Allegany County (Maryland); Successor: American Coal Company of Allegany County (Delaware); Statistics: Operated coal mines in Allegany County, Md., and later in Pocahontas Field of W.Va.

Box 9 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 8, 1904-December 29, 1910
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 9, 1911-September 19, 1916
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 2, 1917-May 20, 1920
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 30, 1939-December 29, 1943
Box 8 Annual Statements & Examining Committee Reports, December 31, 1904-December 31, 1919

Subseries 7. American Trimming Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: June 26, 1912, in Ohio; Demised: December 31, 1925; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania; Statistics: Operated coal yards and lake terminals. Subsidiary of Pittsburgh Coal Company.

Box 9 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings (spine missing), June 24, 1912-December 31, 1925

Subseries 8. American Valve and Tank Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: January 26, 1917, in W.V; Demised: Failed Dec. 1919; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated a plumbing supply business. Bankrupt and dissolved April 18, 1919; reincorporated April 19, 1919; failed for second time Dec. 1919.

Box 10 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 26, 1917-December 19, 1919
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 19, 1919-December 26, 1919

Subseries 9. Arkwright Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: October 2, 1919, in W.V; Demised: November 14, 1944, by dissolution; Predecessor: None; Successor: North Western Fuel Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Ohio County; sold to North Western Fuel Company Dec. 2, 1943.

Box 10 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, Ocotber 4, 1919-October 14, 1937
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, February 10, 1938-December 2, 1943
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 31, 1944-July 7, 1944

Subseries 10. Ascension Coal Company, Ltd.

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: January 26, 1892, in LA; Demised: January 5, 1918; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated coal yards and transported coal up and down the Mississippi River; acquired by Monongahela Consolidated Coal & Coke Company.

Box 10 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 13, 1898-January 15, 1918

Subseries 11. Ashtabula Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: October 31, 1898, in Ohio; Demised: September 11, 1903, by merger; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Operated coal yards and terminals.

Box 10 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings,

Subseries 12. Austin Machinery Corporation

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: Feb. 14, 1920, in IL; Demised: dissolved in 1930; Statistics: Incorporated as F.C. Austin Machinery Company; subsidiary of Virginia company of same name; name changed May 20, 1920; sales company for coal-handling machinery; indebted to Consolidation Coal Company.

Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings, May 18, 1920-April 25, 1930

Subseries 13. Bellview Improvement Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: September 14, 1903, in WV; Demised: 1912 by sale of assets; Predecessor: None; Successor: Bellview Realty Company; Statistics: Owned real estate and house lots near Fairmont; originally owned by Fairmont Coal Company.

Box 10 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 2, 1903-October 31, 1912

Subseries 14. Bellview Realty Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: June 10, 1912, in WV; Demised: 1913; Predecessor: Bellview Improvement Company; Successor: Fairmont Building and Investment Company; Statistics: Owned house lots near Fairmont. Company was sold to Fairmont Building and Investment Company in 1913.

Box 11 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 10, 1912-June 25, 1913

Subseries 15. Bessemer Coal & Coke Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: April 17, 1902, in PA; Demised: Unknown; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Incorporated as Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia Coal & Coke Company; renamed Bessemer Coal & Coke Company, October 8, 1902. Operated mines in Allegheny County, Pa. Controlling interest purchased by Republic Iron and Steel Company in 1917. Later controlled 50% by M.A. Hanna Company, which in turn held controlling interest in Consolidation Coal Company ca. 1940.

Box 11 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 21, 1902-April 8, 1919

Subseries 16. Bituminous Investment Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: June 16, 1930, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved Dec. 28, 1931; Predecessor: None; Successor: Hanna Coal Company; Statistics: Owned coal land in Jefferson County, Ohio; sold to Hanna Coal Company.

Box 11 Minutes, June 16, 1930-December 28, 1931

Subseries 17. Black Diamond Railroad Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 29, 1899, in PA; Demised: stricken from record June 1909; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad.

Box 11 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 13, 1903-September 22, 1909

Subseries 18. Boomer Coal & Coke Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: ca. 1898 in W.Va.

Box 11 Synopsis of Deeds & Contracts, February 1, 1898-May 10, 1926

Subseries 19. Briar Hill Coal and Coke Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: December 24, 1891, in W.V; Demised: February 1, 1906; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in northern W.Va. Sold to Fairmont Coal Company ca. 1901

Box 11 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 18, 1892-October 6, 1899
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 21, 1900-February 1, 1906

Subseries 20. Bridgeville & Millers Run Railroad Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 15, 1899, in PA; Demised: June 1909; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for railroad held by Pittsburgh Coal Company, but not built.

Box 11 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 13, 1903-September 22, 1909

Subseries 21. Brock, Inc.

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: February 11, 1941, in W.V; Demised: January 31, 1948, by merger; Predecessor: Continental Coal Company; Successor: Christopher Coal Company; Statistics: Operated Brock Mine at Cassville, W.Va. formerly operated by Continental Coal Company.

Box 11 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, February 11, 1941 - January 27, 1948

Subseries 22. Bull Steamship Line

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: December 29, 1915 in N.J; Statistics: Operated a coastal shipping line on East Coast and Caribbean.

Box 11 Minutes, December 23, 1915-January 28, 1927

Subseries 23. C.C. Realty Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: December 11, 1926, in W.V; Demised: dissolved December 31, 1943; Predecessors: Consolidation Coal Company, Monongah Company; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Acquired company houses and real estate at Montana, Enterprise and Gaston Plants of Consolidation Coal Company. Acquired assets of Monongah Company in April 1933. Remaining property conveyed to Consolidation Coal Company in 1935.

Oversize 101 Minutes (Volume 26), December 9, 1926-December 10, 1943

Subseries 24. Camden Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: July 1, 1906, in KY; Demised: dissolved February 6, 1917; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Activities not known.

Box 11 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, July 18, 1906-February 6, 1917

Subseries 25. Canadian Northern Coal and Ore Dock Company, Ltd.

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: February 17, 1905, in Ont; Demised: No date provided; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated coal docks and terminals at Port Arthur and Fort William; associated with Pittsburgh Coal Company.

Box 11 Minutes of Stockholders’ and Board of Directors’ Meetings, February 28, 1905-March 8, 1910
Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings, April 22, 1905-January 3, 1908

Subseries 26. Canonsburg & Bishop Railroad Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 16, 1899, in PA; Demised: stricken from record June 1909; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad. Controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company.

Box 12 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 13, 1903-September 22, 1909

Subseries 27. Cape Terminals, Inc.

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: May 19, 1939, in N.Y.; Demised: dissolved December 6, 1963; Statistics: Operated a coal terminal at Clayton, N.Y.; subsidiary of Hanna Fuels, Inc.

Box 12 Minutes, May 19, 1939-November 22, 1963

Subseries 28. Cassville and Monongahela Railroad Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: December 21, 1900, in W.V; Demised: April 9, 1930; Predecessor: None; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Acquired by Consolidation Coal Company from Millholland interests in 1902. Charter for unbuilt railroad from Millholland lands to B&O Railroad.

Box 12 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 4, 1901-April 9, 1930

Subseries 29. Cedar Creek Railroad Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: August 5, 1905, in PA; Demised: stricken from record June 1909; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad. Controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company.

Box 12 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, August 5, 1905-September 22, 1909

Subseries 30. Central Coal & Dock Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: March 29, 1906, in Wisconsin; Demised: May 31, 1911, by sale of assets; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin; Statistics: Operated coal docks and terminals at Ashland and Sheboygan.

Box 12 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 29, 1906-March 21, 1911

Subseries 31. Champion Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: October 19, 1910, in PA; Demised: dissolved September 18, 1951; Predecessor: Youghiogheny Coal Company; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Incorporated as Youghiogheny Coal Company; renamed Champion Coal Company, February 22, 1937; subsidiary of Pittsburgh Coal Company; property sold to Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company, July 31, 1951.

Box 12 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 17, 1937-September 18, 1951

Subseries 32. Chartiers Valley and Northern Railway Company,

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: April 23, 1902, in PA; Demised: July 13, 1942; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad.

Box 12 Minutes, April 23, 1902-January 25, 1917
Minutes, January 22, 1918-November 19, 1942

Subseries 33. Chartiers Valley and Venetia Railroad Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 15, 1899, in PA; Demised: July 13, 1942; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad. Controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company.

Box 12 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 13, 1903-November 19, 1942

Subseries 34. Cherry Valley Supply Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: June 30, 1903; Demised: dissolved July 12, 1929.

Box 12 Minute Book No.2, January 9, 1928-September 21, 1929

Subseries 35. Chicago Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: July 26, 1900, in W.V; Demised: March 22, 1902; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Controlled by coal operators in the Fairmont District for the purpose of shipping coal to Chicago.

Box 12 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, August 16, 1900-March 22, 1902

Subseries 36. Clarion River Land Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: April 13, 1956, in PA; Demised: July 31, 1956 by transfer of assets; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Owned coal land in western Pennsylvania

Box 12 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 12, 1956-July 16, 1956

Subseries 37. Clarksburg Fuel Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: September 16, 1901, in W.V, Demised: October 3, 1912; Predecessor: None; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in northern W.Va. Acquired by Fairmont Coal Company in 1903.

Box 13 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings; Minute Book No.1, September 17, 1901-September 7, 1903
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-Minute Book No.2, October 14, 1903-April 15, 1912

Subseries 38. Cleveland and Fairmont Coal and Coke Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: October 20, 1899, in W.V; Demised: October 19, 1901; Predecessor: None; Successor: Highland Coal and Coke Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Fairmont District. Property sold to Highland Coal and Coke Company in 1901.

Box 13 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 4, 1917-October 30, 1926

Subseries 39. Cleveland & Morgantown Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: June 4, 1917, in Ohio. Demised: October 30, 1926; Predecessor: None; Sucessor: Pursglove Coal Mining Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Monongalia County, WV; stock exchanged for that of Pursglove Coal Mining Company in 1926.

Box 13 Miniutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 4, 1917-Ocotber 30, 1926

Subseries 40. Cleveland Fuel Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: March 16, 1896, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved October 1, 1903; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Operated a coal business at Cleveland; all property sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company, September 15, 1903.

Box 13 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 3, 1899-October 1, 1903

Subseries 41. Clover Splint Coal Company, Incorporated

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: August 20, 1934, in W.V; Demised: June 17, 1946; Predecessors: Clover Splint Coal Company; Harlan Splint Land Company, Incorporated; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Mined high quality splint coal at Closplint, Harlan County, Ky. Purchased by Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company on August 23, 1944.

Box 13 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, August 20, 1934-June 17, 1946

Subseries 42. Coal Process Corporation

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 27, 1929, in DE; Demised: dissolved October 14, 1948; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Organized by Foster Wheeler Corporation and American Gas & Electric Company to make processed fuel called “Carbolite” from coal. Built pilot plant at Philo, Ohio, which was sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company on September 31, 1931 and removed. Became subsidiary of Pittsburgh Coal Carbonization Company in 1939.

Box 13 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 27, 1929-October 14, 1948

Subseries 43. Colonial Coke Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: February 9, 1900, in PA; Demised: stricken from record April 3, 1914; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania; Statistics: Operated mines in Fayette County, Pa.. Assets sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania, March 1904.

Box 13 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 6, 1900-April 7, 1914

Subseries 44. Columbia Coal and Coke Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 11, 1899, in W.V; Demised: October 19, 1901 (Date of last meeting); Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated mines in the Fairmont District. Sold to Consolidation Coal Company interests in 1901.

Box 13 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 11, 1899-October 19, 1901

Subseries 45. Consol Coal Sales Corporation

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: April 15, 1933; Demised: June 27, 1947; Predecessor: Concoal Sales Corporation; Successor: None; Statistics: Name changed from Concoal Sales Corporation to Consol Coal; Sales Corporation on March 31, 1941. Acted as selling agent for Appalachian Coals, Inc. for Consol’s Elkhorn and Millers Creek coals.

Box 14 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 31, 1941-July 16, 1947

Subseries 46. Consolidation Coal Company (Delaware)

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: April 10, 1946, in DE; Demised: dissolved January 3, 1949; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Exclusive sales agent for Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania, Consolidation Coal Company (Kentucky) and Consolidation Coal Company (West Virginia).

Box 5 Minute Book, April 10, 1946-December 1, 1948

Subseries 47. Consolidation Coal Company (Kentucky)

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: May 6, 1946, in KY; Demised: dissolved March 1, 1950; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operating company for former Elkhorn Division and Millers Creek Division mines from December 1, 1945 through December 15, 1949.

Box 5 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 20, 1946-January 21, 1949

Subseries 48. Consolidation Coal Company (West Virginia)

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 20, 1945, in W.V; Demised: dissolved February 8, 1950; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operating company for former West Virginia Division mines from December 1, 1945 through December 15, 1949.

Box 6 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 20, 1945-February 8, 1950

Subseries 49. Consolidation Coal Products Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: October 20, 1922, in DE; Demised: Unknown; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Manufactured an artificial fuel called “Carbocoal”.

Box 14 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, October 20, 1922-January 26, 1928

Subseries 50. Consolidation Coastwise Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: December 11, 1914, in Mass; Demised: February 4, 1932; Predecessor: None; Successor: Metropolitan Marine and Fuel Company; Statistics: Operated coastwise fleet for shipment of coal to New England. Assets sold to Metropolitan Marine and Fuel Company.

Box 14 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 11, 1914-February 4, 1932

Subseries 51. Courtney Fire Brick Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: April 21, 1903, in PA; Demised: December 15, 1944; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Manufacturer of fire brick at Monongahela, Pa.

Box 14 Minutes of Stockholders Meetings, April 21, 1903-April 25, 1933
Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings, August 4, 1903-December 29, 1911
Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings, January 25, 1912-June 15, 1931
Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings, September 10, 1931-August 10, 1933
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 25, 1934-December 15, 1944
Memoranda Book, April 25, 1938-November 7, 1944

Subseries 52. Cumberland and Pennsylvania Railroad Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: May 4, 1850, in MD; Demised: Sold by Consolidation Coal Company, May 1944; Predecessor: Mount Savage Iron Company; Successor: Western Maryland Railway Company; Statistics: Operated railroad in Cumberland, Md. Coal Field. Subsidiary of Consolidation Coal Company, 1864-1944 . Sold to Western Maryland Railway Company, May 1944.

Box 14 Minutes, October 16, 1924-May 12, 1944

Subseries 53. Disco Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: May 23, 1946, in PA; Demised: March 16, 1951; Predecessor: Pittsburgh Coal Carbonization Company; Successor: None; Statistics: Manufactured smokeless fuel briquettes and extracted coal tar from coal at Imperial, Pa.

Box 15 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 23, 1946-March 16, 1951

Subseries 54. Dunlap Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: June 4, 1915, in W.V; Demised: December 2, 1918; Predecessor: None; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Pike County, Ky.

Box 15 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 4, 1915-December 2, 1918

Subseries 55. Elkins Gas Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: March 7, 1892, in PA; Demised: April 20, 1914; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Westmoreland County, Pa. Land sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company in July 1911.

Box 15 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors, March 28, 1892-May 15, 1913

Subseries 56. Fairmont and Somerset Equipment Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: March 9, 1906, in DE; Demised: August 20, 1908; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Owned and operated railroad coal cars for Fairmont Coal Company and Somerset Coal Company. All assets sold to Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company in 1907.

Box 15 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 15, 1906-August 20, 1908

Subseries 57. Fairmont Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: June 20, 1901, in W.V; Demised: dissolved December 31, 1936; Predecessors: Montana Coal & Coke Company, West Fairmont Coal & Coke Company, Briar Hill Coal & Coke Company, Gaston Gas Coal Company, Highland Coal & Coke Company, the Monongah Company, Palatine Coal Company, Pennois Coal & Coke Company, Worthington Coal & Coke Company, West Fork Mining Company, Middleton Coal Company, American Coal & Coke Company, Hutchinson-Ehlen Coal Company, Mason Coal & Coke Company, Hutchinson Coal Company, Meadowbrook Coal & Coke Company, Riverdale Mining Company; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company Statistics: Formed by Johnson M. Camden interests. Operated mines in northern West Virginia. Acquired by Consolidation Coal Company in 1903. All property transferred to Consolidation Coal Company in November 1935.

Box 15 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-- Minute Book No.1, June 22, 1901-June 27, 1901
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.2, August 1, 1901–January 26, 1904
Oversize 101 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.3 (Volume 27), March 16, 1904–July 15, 1907
Oversize 102 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.4 (Volume 28), October 4, 1907–March 21, 1917
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.5 (Volume 29), March 21, 1917-March 16, 1921
Oversize 103 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.6 (Volume 30), March, 16, 1921-March 17, 1926
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.7 (Volume 31), May 5, 1926-December 1, 1936
Box 15 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.2, August 2, 1901–July 2, 1906
Box 16 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.3, July 2, 1906–July 17, 1909
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors, December 2, 1926–December 1, 1936

Subseries 58. Fairmont Coal Mining Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: September 12, 1900, in W.V; Demised: April 5, 1904 (Date of last meeting.); Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Coal Company; Statistics: Sales company for coal operators of Fairmont District. All assets and leases sold to Fairmont Coal Company, June 30, 1901.

Box 16 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, October 6, 1900 - April 5, 1904

Subseries 59. Fairmont Coals, Inc.

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: March 14, 1938, in W.V; Demised: dissolved January 30, 1948; Predecessor: None; Successor: None Statistics: Sales company for coal operators in Northern West Virginia, District No. 3, under the Guffey Act. Jointly owned by Consolidation Coal Company, Koppers Coal Division of Eastern Gas & Fuel Associates, Jamison Coal & Coke Company, et al.

Box 16 Minutes of Stockholder and Board of Directors Meetings, March 14, 1938-January 30, 1948

Subseries 60. Fairmont Lake Shippers Association

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: March 16, 1900, in W.V; Demised: Unknown; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Organized by representatives of the Montana Coal & Coke Company, the Monongah Coal & Coke Company, the J.A. Clark Coal Company, the Worthington Coal & Coke Company and the Highland Coal & Coke Company to handle sales and shipments at Lake ports.

Box 16 Minutes of Stockholders & Board of Directors Meetings, March 16, 1900-June 5, 1901

Subseries 61. Fairmont Mining Machinery Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: January 2, 1906, in W.V; Demised: May 1, 1935; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Machinery Company; Statistics: Manufactures coal-mining machinery. Subsidiary of Fairmont Coal Company and then of Consolidation Coal Company.

Box 16 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-- Minute Book No.1, January 2, 1906-February 23, 1915
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Books No. 2, February 8, 1916-February 8, 1921
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Books No. 3, February 8, 1921-October 31, 1923
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Books No. 4, February 23, 1923-May 1, 1935

Subseries 62. Fairmont Supply Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: January 12, 1921, in W.V; Demised: June 18, 1951, by merger; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Machinery Company; Statistics: Dealer in mine and mill supplies for Consolidation Coal Company.

Box 17 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.1, January 12, 1921 - July 24, 1933
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No. 2, February 13, 1934-December 29, 1948
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No. 3, January 17, 1949-June 18, 1951

Subseries 63. First National Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: January 5, 1917, in W.V; Demised: October 30, 1917; Predecessor: None; Successor: Utilities Corporation; Statistics: Owned Citizens Dollar Savings Bank Building and Home Savings Bank Building at Fairmont, W.Va.. Name changed to Utilities Corporation on October 30, 1917.

Box 17 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 5, 1917-October 20, 1917

Subseries 64. First Pool Monongahela Gas Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: April 25, 1887, in PA; Demised: July 25, 1911; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania; Statistics: Operated coal mines on Monongahela River in Allegheny County, Pa..; property sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania in 1904.

Box 17 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 25, 1887-December 1, 1911

Subseries 65. Flemington and Astor Railway Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: December 13, 1900, in W.V; Demised: June 28, 1920 (Date of last meeting. Dissolution discussed and approved.); Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad. Controlled by Consolidation Coal Company.

Box 17 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 14, 1900-June 28, 1920

Subseries 66. Fort Pitt & Leasdale Railroad Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: April 2, 1900, in PA; Demised: September 22, 1909; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad. Controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company.

Box 17 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 2, 1900-September 22, 1909

Subseries 67. Glen Falls Coal and Coke Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: in W.Va., date unknown; Demised: 1901; Predecessor: None; Successor: Brier Hill Coal and Coke Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Fairmont District. Assets sold to Brier Hill Coal and Coke Company in January 1901.

Box 33 Minutes (In Watson Supply Company volume), January 12, 1901-January 14, 1901

Subseries 68. Great Lakes Coal Mining Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: March 22, 1917, in Ohio; Demised: December 22, 1923, by merger; Predecessor: Roby Coal Company; Successor: New Pittsburgh Coal Company (Ohio); Statistics: Operated mines in southern Ohio. Acquired by Pittsburgh Coal Company in 1923.

Box 17 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 22, 1917-December 22, 1923

Subseries 69. Greendale Coal Mining Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: April 19, 1898, in Maine; Demised: dissolved May 28, 1903; Predecessor: None; Successor: New Pittsburgh Coal Company (Ohio); Statistics: Operated mines in Athens County, Ohio. Leases sold to New Pittsburgh Coal Company in 1902.

Box 17 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 25, 1898-May 28, 1903

Subseries 70. Greer and Van Eman Railroad Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 15, 1899, in Pa; Demised: stricken from record June 1909; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad. Controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company.

Box 17 Minutes of Stockholders & Board of Directors Meetings, January 13, 1903-September 22, 1909

Subseries 71. Hanna Coal Company, 1931-1946

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: June 15, 1900, in Ohio; Demised: Unknown; Predecessors: Wheeling and Lake Erie Coal Mining Company; Bituminous Investment Company; Successor: Hanna Coal Company (1946-1950); Statistics: Incorporated as Wheeling and Lake Erie Coal Mining Company. Acquired mining properties of Bituminous Investment Company and renamed Hanna Coal Company, December 14, 1931; subsidiary of Hanna Coal Company (Del.), which was renamed Hanna Coal Sales Company (Del.) in 1939.

Box 18 Minutes, December 14, 1931-December 11, 1939

Subseries 72. Hanna Coal Company, 1946-1950

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: June 6, 1946, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved June 26, 1950; Predecessor: Hanna Coal Company (1931-1946); Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Acquired the coal properties of the old Hanna Coal Company, a subsidiary of M.A. Hanna Company. The old Hanna Coal Company was then renamed Hanna Lands Company.

Box 18 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 6, 1946-June 26, 1950

Subseries 73. Hannastown Supply Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: September 9, 1930, in Pa; Demised: April 19, 1955; Predecessor: Hempfield Supply Company; Successor: Jamison Coal & Coke Company; Statistics: Acquired property of Hempfield Supply Company. Operated company stores associated with Jamison Coal & Coke Company in Westmoreland County, Pa. and in W.Va.

Box 18 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, August 27, 1930-April 19, 1955

Subseries 74. Harmar Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: In Pa., date unknown; Demised: June 15, 1927; Predecessor: None; Successor: Bessemer Coal and Coke Corporation; Statistics: Incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Purchased by Bessemer Coal and Coke Corporation on June 15, 1927.

Box 18 Minutes of Stockholders and Directors Meetings (in Minute Book No. 2 of Indianola Coal Company), January 13, 1919-June 15, 1927

Subseries 75. Highland Coal and Coke Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: May 25, 1898, in W.V; Demised: April 5, 1904; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in northern W.Va. Sold to Fairmont Coal Company in 1901.

Box 18 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.1, May 25, 1898-April 9, 1901
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.2, April 22, 1901-April 5, 1904

Subseries 76. Houston Coal & Oil Company, Inc.

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: October 27, 1932, in N.J.; Demised: dissolved December 30, 1936; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated coal and oil terminal at Port Newark, N.J. Acquired by Consolidation Coal Company in March 1936.

Box 18 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, October 29, 1932-October 30, 1936

Subseries 77. Houstonville Coal Railroad Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 28, 1899, in Pa.; Demised: stricken from record June 1909; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad. Controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company.

Box 18 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 13, 1903-September 22, 1909

Subseries 78. Huntington & St. Louis Towboat Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 1881; Demised: dissolved December 26, 1917; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company Statistics: Operated coal boats on Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. Acquired by Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company.

Oversize 103 Volume 32, November 16, 1881-December 28, 1916

Subseries 79. Hutton-Beale Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: January 4, 1923, in W.Va; Demised: Unknown; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Planned to operate mines in Fairmont District. No indication of any activity after organization.

Box 18 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 4, 1923-January 16, 1923

Subseries 80. Illinois Collieries Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: October 30, 1903, in Ill.; Demised: Bankrupt ca. 1916; Predecessors: Jones & Adams Company, Chicago Virden Coal Company, Virden Coal Company, Girard Coal Company, Litchfield Mining & Power Company, Sorento Coal Company; Successor: Montour Coal Company (Ill.); Statistics: Incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois as the United Collieries Company. Renamed Illinois Collieries Company in March 1904. Operated mines in southern Illinois. Debtor of Pittsburgh Coal Company.

Box 18 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, September 30, 1903-June 17, 1916

Subseries 81. Indianola Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: August 4, 1903, in Pa.; Demised: June 15, 1927; Predecessor: None; Successor: Bessemer Coal and Coke Corporation; Statistics: Owned coal land in Allegheny County; property sold to Inland Collieries Company in 1917.

Oversize 103 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings (Volume 33), August 4, 1903-April 8, 1919
Box 18 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, September 29, 1919-June 15, 1927

Subseries 82. Industrial Supply Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: May 26, 1924, in W.Va.; Demised: Unknown; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Planned to operate a mine supplies and building supplies business at Fairmont. No indication of any activity after organization.

Box 18 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 24, 1924-May 30, 1924

Subseries 83. Jefferson Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: 1901, in Ohio; Demised: September 24, 1952; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Jointly owned by New York Central Railroad (52%) and M.A. Hanna Company (48%). Operated mines in Jefferson County, Ohio. Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company acquired Hanna interest in 1949 and New York Central interest in 1952.

Box 18 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-Minute Book No.1, June 19, 1901-November 21, 1923
Box 19 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-Minute Book No.2, January 2, 1924-October 9, 1931
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings (2 vols.), January 19, 1942-July 31, 1952

Subseries 84. Jenkins Realty Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: October 8, 1940, in W.Va.; Demised: January 28, 1941; Predecessor: None; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operated coal mines and owned coal and timber lands in Letcher County, Ky.; subsidiary of Consolidation Coal Company.

Box 19 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, October 8, 1940-December 31, 1943

Subseries 85. John F. Irvine Coal Company, Ltd.

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: August 15, 1904, in La.; Demised: dissolved January 5, 1918; Predecessor: John F. Irvine & Son; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated coal shipping business at Bayou Sara, La.

Box 19 Minutes, August 15, 1904-January 5, 1918

Subseries 86. Jones & Adams Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: December 27, 1898, in Ill.; Demised: Passed out of Pittsburgh Coal Company family in May 1912; Predecessor: Adams Coal Company; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin; Statistics: Incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois as the Adams Coal Company. The name was formally changed to the Jones & Adams Company on February 14, 1900. Operated coal docks on Great Lakes. Also operated mines in southern Illinois, which were sold to the Illinois Collieries Company in 1904. Operations assumed by Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin on Aug. 1, 1906; stock sold by Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin to Island Creek Coal Dock Company, May 1912.

Box 19 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 27, 1898-November 26, 1912

Subseries 87. Jos. Walton & Company, Inc.

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: May 1894 in Ky.; Demised: renamed June 10, 1913; Predecessor: Jos. Walton & Co.; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company (Kentucky); Statistics: Operated coal yards at Louisville. Acquired by Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company in October 1899. Renamed Pittsburgh Coal Company (Kentucky), January 8, 1943.

Box 19 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 28, 1894–June 10, 1913

Subseries 88. Kelley Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: May 9, 1910, in W.Va.; Demised: dissolved January 11, 1913; Predecessor: None; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operated coal mines in Boyd, Pike and Letcher Counties, Ky.; sold to Consolidation Coal Company in November 1914.

Box 19 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 9, 1910-January 11, 1913

Subseries 89. Lee and Hamilton Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: January 10, 1905, in Pa.; Demised: November 7, 1912; Predecessor: Lee & Hamilton, Incorporated; Successor: Saw Mill Run Coal and Supply Company; Statistics: Incorporated as Lee & Hamilton, Incorporated; renamed Lee and Hamilton Coal Company, March 29, 1905; operated coal yards in Allegheny County; jointly owned by Pittsburgh Coal Company and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company; property sold to Saw Mill Run Coal and Supply Company, October 14, 1912.

Box 19 Minute Books, January 4, 1905-November 7, 1912
Minute Books, January 8, 1908-January 9, 1911

Subseries 90. Lehigh Coal and Coke Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: April 29, 1896, in Wisc.; Demised: No date provided; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated coal terminals at Superior, Wisc

Box 19 Minutes, April 29, 1896-May 17, 1901

Subseries 91. Letcher-Elkhorn Land Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: January 10, 1923, in Ky.; Demised: dissolved March 15, 1950; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Owned coal lands in Letcher County, Ky. Assets sold to Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company in 1948.

Box 20 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 19, 1923-March 15, 1950

Subseries 92. M.H. Hussey & Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: December 1, 1930, in Ill.; Demised: dissolved March 1, 1948; Predecessor: M.H. Hussey & Co. (partnership); Successor: North Western-Hanna Fuel Company; Statistics: Incorporated as M.H. Hussey Coal Company. Renamed M.H. Hussey & Company, December 23, 1931. Operated coal, lumber and feed business at Lake Forest, Ill. Sold to North Western-Hanna Fuel Company in 1943.

Box 20 Minutes, December 8, 1930-March 1, 1948

Subseries 93. Manown Manufacturing Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: December 4, 1895, in Pa.; Demised: dissolved January 4, 1943; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Acquired by Pittsburgh Coal Company in 1899.

Box 20 Minutes, January 2, 1906-November 16, 1942

Subseries 94. Mansfield Coal & Coke Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: March 14, 1864, in Pa.; Demised: dissolved April 20, 1914; Predecessor: Mansfield Coal and Lime Company; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania; Statistics: Incorporated as the Mansfield Coal and Lime Company. Renamed Mansfield Coal & Coke Company in June 1872. Assets sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company in March 1904.

Box 20 Minutes, March 14, 1864-May 10, 1884
Minutes, July 29, 1884-March 24, 1904
Minutes, March 24, 1904-February 10, 1914

Subseries 95. Maryland Construction and Contracting Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: 1903 in Md.; Demised: dissolved December 1927; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Built a system of mine drainage tunnels in the Cumberland Coal Fields, Allegany County, Md.

Box 20 Corporate Records, September 23, 1903-December 9, 1927

Subseries 96. Massillon Coal Mining Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: May 28, 1901, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved September 18, 1930; Predecessors: Central Coal Company, Sonnhalter Coal Company, James Mullins Coal Company, Howells Mining Company, Howells Coal Company, Fox Lake Coal Company, Warwick Coal Company, Fox Mining Company, Massillon Mining Company, et al.; Successor: Wheeling and Lake Erie Coal Mining Company; Statistics: Incorporated by D. R. Hanna interests for the purpose of consolidating smaller mining companies in Massillon Coal Field of northeastern Ohio. Sold all property and assets to the Wheeling and Lake Erie Coal Mining Company in 1930.

Box 20 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings- Minute Book No.1, May 28, 1901-January 7, 1907
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings- Minute Book No. 2, June 12, 1907-August 14, 1917
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings- Minute Book No. 3, August 18, 1917-May 22, 1928
Box 21 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings- Minute Book No. 4, January 23, 1929-Ocotber 1, 1930

Subseries 97. Metropolitan Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: April 28, 1898, in Mass.; Demised: Unknown. Sold out of Consolidation Coal Company family in 1940; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Owned waterfront coal terminals in Boston, Mass. Became subsidiary of Consolidation Coal Company in Nov. 1903. Common stock acquired by Pittston Company ca. 1930. Preferred stock sold in 1940.

Box 21 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 16, 1904-March 2, 1923
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 6, 1923-October 29, 1940
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-Index

Subseries 98. Midland Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: May 3, 1900, in Pa.; Demised: dissolved January 4, 1943; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Washington County, Pa. Assets sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company in 1912.

Box 21 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 5, 1900-January 19, 1942

Subseries 99. Milwaukee-Western Fuel Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: March 25, 1941, in Wisc.; Demised: Dissolved July 23, 1946; Predecessor: None; Successor: North Western-Hanna Fuel Company; Statistics: Acquired by Pittsburgh Coal Company in 1923. Operated coal docks on Great Lakes. Upon dissolution, transferred all property and assets to North Western-Hanna Fuel Company, owner of all outstanding shares of capital stock.

Box 21 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 31, 1916-December 20, 1927
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 10, 1928-March 26, 1941
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 8, 1941-June 23, 1946

Subseries 100. Milwaukee Western Steamship Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: June 14, 1921, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved December 31, 1932; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated bulk carriers on Great Lakes.

Box 22 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 11, 1921-December 31, 1932

Subseries 101. Monga Land Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: April 21, 1900, in Pa.; Demised: dissolved November 22, 1950; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Held real estate of Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company in states other than Pennsylvania.

Box 22 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors, April 21, 1900-June 23, 1943
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors, May 15, 1944-September 20, 1950

Subseries 102. Monongahela Powder Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: January 17, 1917, in W.Va.; Demised: dissolved May 8, 1933; Predecessor: None; Successors: Fairmont Supply Company, E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Atlas Powder Company; Statistics: Manufactured explosives for coal mining; subsidiary of Consolidation Coal Company; assets were divided between Fairmont Supply Company, E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, and Atlas Powder Company.

Box 22 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings- Minute Book No.1, January 19, 1917-February 12, 1924
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings- Minute Book No.2, February 10, 1925-May 8, 1933

Subseries 103. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal and Coke Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: September 19, 1899, in Pa.; Demised: January 12, 1916, by merger; Predecessors: Over 90 small operators along Monongahela River; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company (Pennsylvania : 1916-1945); Statistics: Consolidation of over 90 small operators with total of over 40,000 acres of coal land. Through subsidiaries, maintained a fleet of towboats, barges, and coal yards along Ohio-Mississippi River system.

Box 22 Minutes of Stockholders Meetings, September 19, 1899-December 31, 1915
Board of Directors Meetings, October 10, 1899-December 1, 1903
Board of Directors Meetings, February 8, 1904-September 3, 1908
Box 23 Board of Directors Meetings, October 7, 1908-February 26, 1912
Board of Directors Meetings, March 20, 1912-December 30, 1915
Executive Committee Meetings, September 19, 1899-February 1, 1907
Executive Committee Meetings, February 13, 1907-January 12, 1910
Index to Minute Books of Executive Committee and Board of Directors

Subseries 104. Monongahela Saw & Planing Mill Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: Unknown; Demised: dissolved November 16, 1942; Predecessor: None; Successor: Monongahela Consolidated Coal and Coke Company; Statistics: Sold to Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company in October 1899.

Box 23 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, October 14, 1899-November 16, 1942

Subseries 105. Monongahela Stores Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: September 16, 1949, in W.Va.; Demised: dissolved September 16, 1949; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated company store in Pursglove, W.Va.

Box 23 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directions, October 6, 1933-August 15, 1949

Subseries 106. Montana Coal and Coke Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: December 8, 1886, in W.Va.; Demised: dissolved May 23, 1910; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Coal Company; Statistics: Operated coal mines in Fairmont District; property sold to Fairmont Coal Company.

Box 23 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 1, 1887-March 6, 1899
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 10, 1899-May 23, 1910

Subseries 107. Montour & Gregg Railway Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 15, 1899, in Pa.; Demised: June 1909; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad; controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company.

Box 23 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 13, 1903-September 22, 1909

Subseries 108. Montour Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: March 26, 1914, in Ill.; Demised: dissolved December 31, 1920 (Date of last meeting.); Predecessor: Illinois Collieries Company; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Macoupin County, Ill., acquired by Pittsburgh Coal Company from receivers of Illinois Collieries Company. All property sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company in August 1914.

Oversize 104 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings (Volume 37), March 26, 1914-December 30, 1920

Subseries 109. Montour Telephone Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: February 17, 1903, in Pa.; Demised: stricken from record September 22, 1909; Statistics: Intended to operate telephone system in Pittsburgh Coal Company territory. Apparently inactive.

Oversize 104 Minutes (Volume 38), September 28, 1906-September 22, 1909

Subseries 110. Morgantown Pittsburgh Coal Dock Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: June 12, 1935, in W.Va.; Demised: dissolved January 27, 1948; Statistics: Formed to build coal terminal at Granville, W.Va.; controlled by Pursglove Coal Mining Company and Arkwright Coal Company.

Box 23 Minutes, June 4, 1935-December 22, 1947

Subseries 111. Moshannon Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: February 25, 1870, in Pa.; Demised: dissolved October 22, 1903; Predecessor: None; Successor: Moshannon Coal & Coke Company; Statistics: Operated coal mines in the Clearfield District; property sold to Moshannon Coal & Coke Company, January 26, 1901.

Box 24 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 8, 1878-January 13, 1891
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, July 9, 1895-December 1, 1900
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, September 14, 1897-October 22, 1903

Subseries 112. Mountain City Mill and Power Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 20, 1902, in W.Va.; Demised: April 5, 1904; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont & Clarksburg Traction Company; Statistics: Operated light and power plant, flour milling and general store business at Fairmont; property sold to Fairmont & Clarksburg Traction Company in 1903.

Box 24 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings- Minute Book No.1, November 20, 1902-April 25, 1903
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings- Minute Book No.2, August 8, 1903-April 5, 1904

Subseries 113. National Dock & Fuel Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: October 23, 1901, in N.J.; Demised: dissolved July 28, 1905; Predecessor: Ohio Fuel Company; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Operated coal terminals at Cleveland, Ohio; property sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company, January 1, 1903.

Box 24 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, October 23, 1901-July 28, 1905

Subseries 114. New Pittsburgh Coal Company (Delaware)

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: June 27, 1925, in Del.; Demised: ca. 1931; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Shell company intended to replace the New Pittsburgh Coal Company (Ohio); never active.

Box 24 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 27, 1925-June 25, 1931

Subseries 115. New Pittsburgh Coal Company (Ohio)

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: April 17, 1886, in Ohio; Demised: Unknown; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Owned 8,300 acres of coal lands in the Hocking and Pomeroy Districts of Ohio. Became subsidiary of Pittsburgh Coal Company in 1904. Absorbed Great Lakes Coal Mining Company, December 22, 1923. Property transferred to Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company, October 31, 1946.

Box 24 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 7, 1886-November 30, 1912
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 7, 1886-December 22, 1923
Box 25 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 2, 1913-December 22, 1923
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 31, 1923-November 19, 1942
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 10, 1943-October 28, 1946
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 23, 1945-April 9, 1951

Subseries 116. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: September 9, 1871, in Pa.; Demised: dissolved January 4, 1943; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Incorporated by Carnegie interests. Operated mines southeast of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh Coal Company acquired control in 1902. Coal operations transferred to Pittsburgh Coal Company in 1915.

Box 25 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, September 9, 1871-November 22, 1905
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 19, 1883-January 27, 1885
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, February 14, 1906-November 16, 1942

Subseries 117. Northern New York Coal Company (Wisc.)

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: In Wisc. Date unknown; Demised: Unknown; Statistics: Incorporated for rail transportation of coal and coke.

Box 25 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 20, 1905-November 29, 1905
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 12, 1906-December 28, 1929
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 10, 1930-March 22, 1946

Subseries 118. Northern New York Coal Company, Inc. (N.Y.)

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: March 13, 1935, in N.Y.; Demised: Unknown; after November 22, 1963; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated coal terminal at Watertown, N.Y. and in St. Lawrence valley. Controlled by Hanna Fuels, Inc.

Box 25 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, August 28, 1935-October 20, 1951
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 13, 1935-December 23, 1963

Subseries 119. North Western Coal Railway Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: 1905 in Wisc.; Demised: after 1946; Statistics: Operated short terminal railroad at Superior, Wisc. Controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin.

Box 26 Special Meeting November 20, 1905
March 12, 1906-December 28, 1929
March 10, 1930-March 22, 1946

Subseries 120. North Western Fuel Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: October 28, 1901, in Wisc.; Demised: June 27, 1944; Predecessor: North Western Fuel Company (Minn.); Successor: North Western-Hanna Fuel Company; Statistics: Successor to a Minn. corporation of the same name, founded in 1871. Operated Great Lakes coal terminals and retail coal yards for Fairmont Coal Company and later Consolidation Coal Company. In October 1942, Consolidation and the M.A. Hanna Company formed a joint venture called North Western-Hanna Fuel Company, and each transferred their terminal properties to the new firm. Upon dissolution of North Western Fuel Company on June 27, 1944, all residual property and assets were transferred to Consolidation Coal Company.

Box 26 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, October 24, 1901-April 22, 1942
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings September 22, 1942-June 27, 1944

Subseries 121. O’Neil Coal & Coke Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: July 1, 1888, in KY; Demised: dissolved November 1915; Statistics: Operated coal yards in Louisville.

Oversize 105 Minutes (Volume 39), May 7, 1889-May 4, 1915

Subseries 122. Ohio Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: December 20, 1901, in Wisc.; Demised: dissolved December 31, 1934; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin; Statistics: Operated coal terminals at Superior, Wisc. All assets conveyed to Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin in June 1906.

Box 26 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 12, 1906-December 31, 1934

Subseries 123. Ohio Valley Coal and Mining Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: April 20, 1882, in Ky; Demised: dissolved January 10, 1918; Predecessor: None; Successor: Madison Coal Corporation; Statistics: Incorporated as Ohio Valley Railroad and Mining Company. Renamed Ohio Valley Coal and Mining Company March 16, 1886 and sold railroad franchise to Ohio Valley Railway Company. Operated Shotwell Mine at DeKoven, Union County, Ky. Coal property sold to Madison Coal Corporation in September 1917, and river tipple and barges sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company (Ky.)

Box 26 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 20, 1882-April 29, 1886
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 20, 1882-January 10, 1918

Subseries 124. Ontario Coal and Supply Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: September 28, 1910, in Pa; Demised: dissolved April 20, 1914; Predecessor: None; Successor: Saw Mill Run Coal & Supply Company; Statistics: Operated coal terminal at Ontario, Pa. Property sold to Saw Mill Run Coal & Supply Company

Box 26 Minutes, September 28, 1910-February 9, 1914

Subseries 125. Owings Realty Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: August 24, 1940, in W.V; Demised: dissolved December 31, 1943; Predecessor: None; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Owned surface land in Harrison County, W.Va. purchased from Consolidation Coal Company. Property reconveyed to Consolidation Coal Company.

Box 26 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, August 24, 1940-January 17, 1944

Subseries 126. Palantine Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 9, 1891, in W.V; Demised: dissolved June 16, 1941; Predecessor: Newburgh Orrel Coal and Coke Company; Successor: Fairmont Coal Company; Statistics: Owned coal land in Marion County, W.Va. formerly owned and operated by Newburgh Orrel Coal and Coke Company. Property sold to Fairmont Coal Company in June 1901.

Box 26 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 9, 1891-June 16, 1941

Subseries 127. Pennmont Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: December 5, 1904, in W.V; Demised: dissolved January 11, 1911; Predecessor: None; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Somerset County, Pa. Property sold to Consolidation Coal Company, January 11, 1911.

Box 26 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 5, 1904-January 11, 1911

Subseries 128. Pennmont Coal Mining Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: January 13, 1905, in PA; Demised: dissolved January 27, 1930; Predecessor: None; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Coal land company with property in Somerset County, Pa. Subsidiary of Consolidation Coal Company. Property sold to R. Marsden Smith in January 1911.

Box 27 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 19, 1904-January 27, 1930

Subseries 129. Pennois Coal and Coke Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: July 27, 1899, in W.V; Demised: dissolved April 1912; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Fairmont District. Property sold to Fairmont Coal Company.

Box 27 Minutes, October 17, 1899-April 8, 1912

Subseries 130. Pennsylvania Mining Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: pre-1900, in PA; Demised: March 11, 1904 (Name change); Predecessors: New York and Cleveland Gas Coal Company, First Pool Monongahela Gas Coal Company, Mansfield Coal and Coke Company, etc.; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania; Statistics: Under agreement of January 12, 1904, the Pittsburgh Coal Company (N.J.) conveyed to the Pennsylvania Mining Company all the properties of the New York and Cleveland Coal Company, the First Pool Monongahela Gas Coal Company, the Mansfield Coal and Coke Company and all its other coal lands and railroads in Pennsylvania. Renamed Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania on March 11, 1904.

Oversize 105 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings (Volume 40)[Includes Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania], May 22, 1900-October 23, 1907
Box 27 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 8, 1903-March 11, 1904

Subseries 131. Piercedale Supply Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: September 12, 1917, in PA; Demised: dissolved December 11, 1946; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated company stores in Pa. and Ohio

Box 27 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, September 12, 1917-February 11, 1935
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, February 10, 1936-December 23, 1946

Subseries 132. Pike-Floyd Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: August 19. 1910, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved October 31, 1946; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Owned 227 acres of coal land in eastern Kentucky. Property and assets sold to the Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company on October 31, 1946.

Box 27 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 18, 1944-October 31, 1946

Subseries 133. Pioneer Fuel Company (Wisc.)

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: April 12, 1901, in Wisc.; Demised: dissolved December 31, 1934; Predecessor: Pioneer Fuel Company (Minn.); Successor: None; Statistics: Operated coal terminal at Duluth, Minn. Subsidiary of Pittsburgh Coal Company.

Box 27 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 12, 1901-April 30, 1901
Box 28 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 20, 1905-November 29, 1905
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 12, 1906-December 31, 1934

Subseries 134. Pittsburgh & Castle Shannon Railroad

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: September 18, 1871, in PA; Demised: Unknown; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Railways Company; Statistics: Built railroad of 3'-4" narrow gauge from Pittsburgh to Castle Shannon with branch to coal mines. Opened November 1, 1871. Leased to Pittsburgh Railways system, September 1, 1905, and converted to trolley line.

Box 28 Minutes, June 26, 1878-November 20, 1880

Subseries 135. Pittsburgh & Chicago Gas Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: 1883 in PA; Demised: dissolved April 7, 1914; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pennsylvania Mining Company; Statistics: Incorporated by Pitcairn family. Purchased by Pittsburgh Coal Company and all property transferred to Pennsylvania Mining Company in October 1901.

Box 28 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 1, 1895-April 7, 1914

Subseries 136. Pittsburgh & Eastern Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: December 15, 1903, in PA; Demised: dissolved December 30, 1933; Successor: Cherry Valley Coal Mining Company; Statistics: Owned and mined 2,500 acres of coal land in Washington County, Pa. Organized by the Hanna interests. Assets sold to Cherry Valley Coal Mining Company in December 1933.

Box 28 Agreement Book, June 30, 1903-October 11, 1932
Minute Book No.1, January 19, 1903-February 14, 1907
Minute Book No.2, May 20, 1907-January 21, 1916
Minute Book No.3, February 8, 1916-December 27, 1933

Subseries 137. Pittsburgh and Fairmont Fuel Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: February 2, 1903, in W.V; Demised: dissolved October 15, 1912; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Fairmont District. Acquired by Fairmont Coal Company July 27, 1904.

Oversize 105 Minute Book (Volume 41), May 12, 1903-April 15, 1912

Subseries 138. Pittsburgh and Fairmont Packet Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: May 18, 1909, in W.V; Demised: dissolved May 29, 1913; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated steamboat on Monongahela River.

Box 28 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 18, 1909-May 29, 1913

Subseries 139. Pittsburgh Coal Car Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: March 23, 1904, in PA; Demised: dissolved June 11, 1914; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania; Statistics: Owned fleet of railroad coal cars. Subsidiary of Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania.

Box 28 Minutes of Board of Directors and Stockholders Meetings, April 18, 1904-June 11, 1914

Subseries 140. Pittsburgh Coal Carbonization Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: August 8, 1932, in DE; Demised: dissolved September 11, 1946; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Manufactured domestic heating smokeless fuel briquettes by distillation of coal. Sold under trade name “Disco.” Joint venture with the Illingworth Carbonization Company, Limited of U.K. Held U.S. patents for Illingworth process of low-temperature carbonization of coal and a plant built by Pittsburgh Coal Company. Upon dissolution, property and assets transferred to Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company.

Box 28 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, August 6, 1932-September 11, 1946

Subseries 141. Pittsburgh Coal Company, Inc.

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: April 4, 1927, in N.Y.; Demised: dissolved December 6, 1946; Predecessor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operated Buffalo sales agency for Pittsburgh Coal Company.

Box 6 Minutes (cracking spine), April 4, 1927-December 6, 1946

Subseries 142. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Illinois, 1905-1920

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 27, 1905, in IL; Demised: dissolved December 31, 1920; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Acquired and operated Pittsburgh Coal Company’s Chicago sales agency.

Box 6 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 4, 1905-January 6, 1911

Subseries 143. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Illinois, 1923-1942

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: December 31, 1923, in IL; Demised: dissolved December 4, 1942; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Acquired and operated Pittsburgh Coal Company’s Chicago sales agency. Office closed in 1926.

Box 7 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 22, 1923-December 4, 1942

Subseries 144. Pittsburgh Coal Company (Kentucky)

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: May 28, 1894, in KY; Demised: dissolved January 8, 1943; Predecessor: Jos. Walton & Company, Inc.; Successor: None; Statistics: Incorporated as Jos. Walton & Company, Inc. Operated coal yards in Louisville. Name changed to Pittsburgh Coal Company (Kentucky) on June 10, 1913.

Box 19 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings (In vol. of Jos. Walton & Company), May 28, 1894-November 19, 1942

Subseries 145. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Michigan

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: December 27, 1923, in Michigan; Demised: dissolved July 23, 1946; Predecessor: Soo-River Coal-Isle Company; Successor: North West-Hanna Fuel Company; Statistics: Acquired all assets of Pittsburgh Coal Company in Michigan, including Sault Ste. Marie sales agency. Operated coal docks at Sault Ste. Marie and Lime Island, Mich.

Box 7 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 21, 1923-July 23, 1946

Subseries 146. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Minnesota

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 15, 1905, in MN; Demised: dissolved November 28, 1934; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated Duluth sales agency. Controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin.

Box 7 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 20, 1905-December 21, 1905
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 12, 1906-December 31, 1934

Subseries 147. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Ohio, Inc.

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: July 26, 1915, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved December 1, 1942; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Incorporated as Pittsburgh Coal Company (Ohio). Renamed Pittsburgh Coal Company of Ohio, Inc., July 5, 1924. Operated coal terminals at Cleveland, Fairport and Ashtabula, Ohio.

Box 7 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, July 26, 1915-November 16, 1942

Subseries 148. Pittsburgh Coal Company (Tennessee)

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: September 23, 1889, in TN; Demised: dissolved June 28, 1922; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated coal yards in Natchez and Memphis. Became subsidiary of Monongahela River Consolidated Coal and Coke Company.

Box 7 Minutes, October 15, 1889-June 26, 1922

Subseries 149. Pittsburgh Coal & Coke Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: May 19, 1906, in TN; Demised: dissolved January 3, 1918; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company (Tennessee); Statistics: Operated coal yards in Memphis, Tenn. Property sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company (Tennessee), in April 1913.

Box 7 Minutes, May 24, 1906-December 27, 1917

Subseries 150. Pittsburgh Coal Company (West Virginia)

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: June 15, 1898, in W.V; Demised: dissolved December 6, 1946; Predecessor: C. Jutte & Co.; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated coal terminals in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Box 7 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 15, 1898-December 6, 1946

Subseries 151. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: October 28, 1905, in Wisc.; Demised: August 1, 1946; Predecessor: Jones & Adams Co., etc.; Successor: North Western-Hanna Fuel Company; Statistics: Assumed the dock operations of Ohio Coal Co., Youghiogheny & Lehigh Coal Co., Pioneer Fuel Coal Co., Jones & Adams Co., Twin City Coal Yards Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Dock Co. Operated coal docks at Duluth and Superior.

Box 7 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 20, 1905-November 29, 1905
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 12, 1906-December 28, 1926
Box 8 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 1, 1937-March 26, 1941
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 8, 1941-August 1, 1946

Subseries 152. Pittsburgh Coal Dock Company (Pennsylvania)

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 5, 1886, in PA; Demised: dissolved November 10, 1906; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Built coal tipple at Lashells Landing on Ohio River below Coropolis, which was leased to Imperial Coal Company. Property sold to Pennsylvania Mining Company in May 1901.

Box 29 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, October 12, 1899-May 2, 1901

Subseries 153. Pittsburgh Coal Dock Company (Wisconsin)

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: June 2, 1904, in Wisc.; Demised: dissolved November 10, 1906; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin; Statistics: Operated coal terminals. Jointly owned by Youghiogheny and Lehigh Coal Company, Ohio Coal Company and Pioneer Fuel Company. Assets sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin.

Box 29 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 20, 1905-November 29, 1905
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 12, 1906-November 10, 1906

Subseries 154. Pittsburgh Coal-Dock & Wharf Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: October 13, 1908. in Minn.; Demised: dissolved 1936; Statistics: Operated coal dock at Duluth, Minn.; subsidiary of Pittsburgh Coal Company of W.Va.

Box 29 Minutes, October 31, 1908-April 23, 1936

Subseries 155. Pittsburgh Coal Land Company

Oversize 106 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings (Volume 42), July 27, 1915-November 16, 1942

Subseries 156. Pittsburgh Coal Land and Railroad Company, Incorporated

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: May 7, 1923, in W.V; Demised: dissolved July 28, 1926; Predecessor: Cub Mountain Coal Company; Successor: Clover Splint Coal Company, Incorporated; Statistics: Owns coal lands in Martin and Pike Counties, Ky. and lands in Mingo County, W.Va. acquired from Cub Mountain Coal Company. Name changed from Pittsburgh Coal Land & Railroad Company Inc. to Clover Splint Coal Company, Inc. on July 28, 1926.

Box 29 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings (Includes Clover Splint Coal Company, Inc. For Vol. 2 see that company) April 30, 1923-July 23, 1934

Subseries 157. Pittsburgh, Fairport & Northwestern Dock Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: ca. 1889, in PA; Demised: dissolved November 5, 1934; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Formed to enlarge and operate coal docks at Fairport, Ohio. Acquired by Pittsburgh Coal Company, ca. 1904.

Box 29 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 11, 1899-November 5, 1934

Subseries 158. Port Royal Dock Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: October 9, 1897, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved January 2, 1919; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated coal terminal at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Acquired by Pittsburgh Coal Company in 1904.

Box 29 Minutes, June 5, 1899-December 17, 1918

Subseries 159. Pursglove Coal Mining Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: May 21, 1920, in Ohio; Demised: June 22, 1949, by merger into Christopher Coal Company; Predecessor: None; Successor: Christopher Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Monongalia County, W.Va. Subsidiary of Pursglove Gas Coal Company of W.Va. (1933-1939). Became subsidiary of Consolidation Coal Company in July 1943.

Box 29 Minute Book No.1, May 11, 1920-November 7, 1936
Minute Book No.2, February 6, 1937-January 20, 1948
Minute Book No.3, March 16, 1948-June 22, 1948

Subseries 160. Queen City Coal Company (Kentucky)

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: March 12, 1890, in Ky.; Demised: dissolved September 13, 1905; Predecessor: None; Successor: Queen City Coal Company (Ohio); Statistics: Operated coal terminal on Ohio River at Cincinnati. Became subsidiary of Monongahela Consolidated Coal and Coke Company in 1899. Transferred all assets and property to the Queen City Coal Company, incorporated in Ohio.

Box 30 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 12, 1890-September 13, 1905

Subseries 161. Queen City Coal Company (Ohio)

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: September 5, 1905, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved May 9, 1921; Predecessor: Queen City Coal Company (Kentucky); Successor: Queen City Coal Company (Maine); Statistics: Operated coal terminal at Cincinnati. Sold to subsidiary of the Island Creek Coal Company as of May 1921.

Box 30 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, September 5, 1905-May 9, 1921

Subseries 162. Renton Amusement Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: April 19, 1921, in PA; Demised: Abandoned after 1930; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Owned and operated miners’ recreation building built by Union Collieries Company at Renton.

Box 30 Minutes of Stockholders & Board of Directors Meetings, April 19, 1921-February 10, 1930

Subseries 163. River Land Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: October 23, 1906, in PA; Demised: dissolved January 4, 1943; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Owns real estate at river coal terminals of Monongahela Consolidated Coal and Coke Company as Louisville, Cincinnati, New Orleans, Baton Rouge, etc.

Box 30 October 24, 1906-November 16, 1942

Subseries 164. St. Paul Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: March 4, 1914, in PA; Demised: dissolved November 3, 1949; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Greene County, Pa. acquired from Henry Clay Frick.

Box 30 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-Minute Book No.1, February 6, 1914-June 18, 1937
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-Minute Book No.2, February 10, 1938-January 4, 1950

Subseries 165. Saw Mill Run Coal & Supply Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 6, 1902, in PA; Demised: April 14, 1914; Predecessor: D. F. Clinton as individual; Successor: Youghiogheny Coal Company; Statistics: Operated coal and construction supplies business in Pittsburgh. Acquired by Monongahela Consolidated Coal and Coke Company. Property and assets sold to the Youghiogheny Coal Company.

Box 30 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, October 16, 1902-April 14, 1914
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, August 26, 1908-November 6, 1911

Subseries 166. Shaner Coal Company/Criterion Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: February 18, 1893, in Pa.; Demised: dissolved November 25, 1907; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania; Statistics: Incorporated as subsidiary of Westmoreland Coal Company. Renamed Shaner Coal Company December 18, 1894, under William Carpender. Sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company in April 1904.

Oversize 106 Volume 43, March 20, 1893-April 8, 1904

Subseries 167. Shaner Gas Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: pre-1887 in Pa.; Demised: dissolved December 23, 1907; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania; Statistics: Operated mines in Westmoreland County, Pa. Sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania in April 1904.

Box 30 Minutes, January 15, 1887-December 20, 1907

Subseries 168. Snowden Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: April 1, 1899, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved May 18, 1903; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio for the purpose of receiving, storing, and dealing in wholesale and retail in coal, grain, flour, feed, lumber and other farm supplies. Also to own and operate coal mines. No sign of any activity. Acquired by Pittsburgh Coal Company in 1901.

Box 30 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 30, 1899-May 18, 1903

Subseries 169. Solon-Lowery Mining Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: July 12, 1900, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved January 1901; Predecessor: None; Successor: Brier Hill Coal & Coke Company; Statistics: Operated mines on land leased from the Monongah Company. Acquired by Consolidation/Fairmont Coal Company interests in 1901. Land sold to Brier Hill Coal & Coke Company and Solon-Lowery Mining Company dissolved in January 1901.

Box 30 December 24, 1900-January 14, 1901

Subseries 170. Somers Coal Despatch Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: March 14, 1899, in Ohio; Demised: Unknown; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio for the purpose of mining, buying and selling coal and coke and of owning and controlling cars for transporting said materials.

Box 30 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 14, 1899-May 1, 1899

Subseries 171. Somerset Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: January 12, 1901, in N.Y.; Demised: dissolved March 22, 1937; Predecessors: None; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operated coal mines in Somerset County, Pa. Acquired by Consolidation Coal Company in 1903. Last property sold to Consolidation Coal Company, November 22, 1935.

Box 31 Minute Book No.1, December 13, 1901-January 29, 1906
Oversize 106 Minute Book No.2 (volume 44), February 8, 1906-March 27, 1911
Oversize 107 Minute Book No.3 (volume 45), March 20, 1912-December 2, 1936
Box 31 Index, December 13, 1901-March 16, 1921

Subseries 172. Soo-River Coal-Isle Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: December 4, 1908, in Wisc.; Demised: dissolved December 29, 1937; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Michigan; Statistics: Operated a coal terminal at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Principal assets sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company of Michigan in 1925. Upon dissolution, remaining assets were transferred to Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin.

Box 31 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 4, 1909-July 10, 1936
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 25, 1929-December 28, 1937

Subseries 173. Southern Coal and Transportation Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: July 17, 1899, in W.Va.; Demised: 1908; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Coal Company. Statistics: Operated coal mine at Berrysburg, Barbour County, W.Va. Acquired by Fairmont Coal Company in 1905. All assets sold to Fairmont Coal Company in March 1908.

Oversize 107 Volume 46, July 13, 1899-March 30, 1908

Subseries 174. Stalter Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: July 14, 1894, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved June 11, 1902; Predecessor: None; Successor: New Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines at Monday, Ohio. Property sold to New Pittsburgh Coal Company in 1900.

Box 31 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, July 14, 1894-June 11, 1902

Subseries 175. Truax-Traer Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: December 27, 1926, in DE; Demised: April 30, 1962, by merger; Predecessor: Truax Coal Company (Minn.); Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Illinois and North Dakota.

Box 31 Minute Book No.1, December 27, 1926-October 9, 1928
Minute Book No.2, November 1928-April 4, 1930
Minute Book No.3, April 24, 1930-April 12, 1932
Minute Book No.4, May 12, 1932-March 27, 1936
Box 32 Minute Book No.5 (Later vols. not received), April 3, 1936-June 24, 1937

Subseries 176. Truax-Traer Lignite Coal Co.

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: January 17, 1930, in DE; Demised: December 31, 1936, by merger; Predecessor: None; Successor: Truax-Traer Coal Company; Statistics: Incorporated as Truax-Traer Coal Company of Canada, a U.S. holding company for the Truax-Traer Lignite Coal Company, Limited (Canada), which operated mines at Estevan, Saskatchewan. Renamed Truax-Traer Lignite Coal Co. in July 1931, upon purchase of Northern Lignite Coal Company. Merged into Truax-Traer Coal Company, December 31, 1936

Box 32 Minute Book No.1, January 18, 1930-June 7, 1935
Minute Book No.2, July 9, 1935-December 26, 1936

Subseries 177. Truax-Traer Lignite Coal Company, Incorporated

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: September 7, 1926, in DE; Demised: dissolved November 28, 1936; Predecessor: None; Successor: Truax-Traer Lignite Coal Co.; Statistics: Incorporated as Northern Lignite Coal Company. Operated mines in North Dakota. Renamed Truax-Traer Lignite Coal Company, Incorporated on July 25, 1931, upon acquisition by holding company Truax-Traer Lignite Coal Co.

Box 32 Minute Book No.1, September 27, 1926-July 7, 1932
Minute Book No.2, June 29, 1933-November 21, 1936

Subseries 178. Turtle Creek and Allegheny River Railroad Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: July 18, 1881, in PA; Demised: dissolved May 1914; Predecessor: None; Successor: Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company; Statistics: Incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the purpose of constructing, maintaining and operating a railroad for public use. Sold to the Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company in May 1914.

Box 32 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, February 8, 1905-November 11, 1909

Subseries 179. Twin City Coal Yards Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: pre-1906, in Minn.; Demised: dissolved December 15, 1906; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin; Statistics: Operated coal yards in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Acquired by Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin in June 1906.

Box 32 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 12, 1906-December 15, 1906

Subseries 180. Union Collieries Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: March 20, 1916, in Pa.; Demised: Unknown; Statistics: Operated mines in Allegheny and Westmoreland Counties. Acquired by M.A. Hanna Company in 1930. Control vested in Bessemer Coal & Coke Company in 1943. Certain operating properties, including Renton mines sold to Consolidation Coal Company on May 1, 1944.

Box 32 Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings, January 5, 1920-February 13, 1922

Subseries 181. United States Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: February 6, 1902, in Ohio; Successor: Unknown; Statistics: Operated mines in Jefferson County, Ohio. Acquired by M.A. Hanna Company in December 1942.

Box 33 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, February 5, 1902-February 28, 1914
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 7, 1914-December 30, 1921
Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings, January 10, 1922-May 1, 1929

Subseries 182. United States Coal & Supply Company, Inc.

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: June 2, 1922, in DE; Demised: Unknown; Predecessor: Charles P. Luck as individual; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: All assets transferred to Pittsburgh Coal Company, March 30, 1935.

Box 33 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 14, 1923-June 7, 1937

Subseries 183. Virginia Talc & Soapstone Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 1, 1912 in W.V; Demised: Unknown; Statistics: Operated quarries in Spotsylvania and Orange Counties, Va.

Box 33 Minutes, November 9, 1912-August 10, 1916

Subseries 184. Viropa Coal and Coke Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: December 23, 1899, in W.V; Demised: Unknown; Predecessor: None; Successor: Brier Hill Coal and Coke Company; Statistics: Operated mines at Monongah, W.Va.. Assets sold to Brier Hill Coal and Coke Company in November 1900.

Box 33 Minutes, January 2, 1900-November 7, 1900

Subseries 185. Vulcan Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: December 24, 1896, in Ohio; Demised: Unknown; Statistics: No activities recorded. Charter acquired by Pittsburgh Coal Company and stricken from Pennsylvania records for lack of activity on October 24, 1903.

Box 33 Minutes, December 23, 1896-October 21, 1903

Subseries 186. Walsh-Upstill Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: May 15, 1895, in PA; Demised: stricken from record October 21, 1903; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Pennsylvania. Acquired by Pittsburgh Coal Company ca. 1899. Charter stricken from record October 21, 1903.

Box 33 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 9, 1895-October 21, 1903

Subseries 187. Watson Supply Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: October 1895 in W.V; Demised: charter surrendered February 22, 1901; Statistics: To have operated company store in Fairmont District. Never active. Charter surrendered February 22, 1901

Box 33 Minutes, November 18, 1895-February 22, 1901

Subseries 188. West Fairmont Coal and Coke Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: August 22, 1890, in W.V; Demised: dissolved May 23, 1910; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Fairmont District. Assets sold to Fairmont Coal Company in 1901.

Box 34 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-Minute Book No.1, August 22, 1890-April 18, 1898
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-Minute Book No.2, March 6, 1899-May 23, 1910

Subseries 189. West Fork Mining Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: November 3, 1898, in W.V; Demised: dissolved November 27, 1901; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Harrison County, W.Va.. Upon dissolution, all assets and property were transferred to the Fairmont Coal Company.

Box 34 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 3, 1898-November 27, 1901

Subseries 190. West Fork Railroad Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: December 5, 1914; Demised: Charter allowed to lapse; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad between Fairmont and Grangeville.

Box 34 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 5, 1914-January 9, 1915

Subseries 191. Wheeling and Lake Erie Coal Mining Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: June 15, 1900, in Ohio; Demised: December 14, 1931, by change of name; Predecessor: None; Successor: Hanna Coal Company (1931-1946); Statistics: Operated mines in southeastern Ohio and a coal business at Cleveland. Controlled by Hanna interests. Renamed Hanna Coal Company, December 14, 1931.

Oversize 107 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-Minute Book No.1 (Volume 47), June 12, 1900-February 19, 1907
Box 34 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-Minute Book No.2, January 20, 1908-February 17, 1920
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-Minute Book No.3, August 5, 1920-July 13, 1931

Subseries 192. Youghiogheny and Elizabeth Rail-Road Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: February 5, 1883, in PA; Demised: dissolved April 20, 1914; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for railroad from Buena Vista to Elizabeth in Allegheny County, Pa. Controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company ca. 1908.

Box 34 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, February 5, 1883-April 20, 1914

Subseries 193. Youghiogheny & Lehigh Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: June 20, 1892, in Wisc; Demised: dissolved December 16, 1909; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin; Statistics: Coal sales company operating in Wisconsin and Minnesota. All assets transferred to the Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin on June 16, 1906, except for one unsettled account, maintained until formal dissolution of the company in 1909.

Box 34 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 20, 1905-November 29, 1905
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 12, 1906-December 16, 1909

Subseries 194. Youghiogheny and Wick Haven Railroad Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: September 18, 1893, in PA; Demised: dissolved September 26, 1918; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for railroad between Banning and Wick Haven, one mile, in Fayette County, Pa. Controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company ca. 1901.

Box 34 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 28, 1893-September 26, 1918

Subseries 195. Youghiogheny Coal Company

Scope and Content Notes:

Incorporated: October 19, 1910, in PA; Demised: February 22, 1937, by change of name; Predecessor: None; Successor: Champion Coal Company; Statistics: Coal sales company. Name was changed from Youghiogheny Coal Company to Champion Coal Company through an amendment to the articles of incorporation on February 22, 1937. Subsidiary of Pittsburgh Coal Company.

Box 34 Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, October 19, 1910-February 22, 1937