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Thu Oct 16 17:56:27 2014 UTClccn-n20080417500.00Profile and map of the Miami and Erie Canal : showing progress and cost of improvements /0.801.00Hearing before the Railroad Committee of the Connecticut Legislature in the matter of enquiry into the alleged illegal issue of stocks and bonds by the Housatonic Railroad Company : statement of facts and points of Mr. Perkins33929998Charles_Elliott_Perkinsn 20080417507800594Perkins, Charles Elliott 1840-1907lccn-n80081548Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Companylccn-n81089110Budd, Ralph1879-1962lccn-n81089356Overton, Richard C.(Richard Cleghorn)1907-1988edtlccn-n80081549Burlington and Missouri River Railroad Companylccn-no2011035678Cunningham, Edith Perkins1873-edtlccn-no2011035724Perkins, Edith Forbes1843-1925lccn-sh85099973Perkins familylccn-n88682043Hedge, Thomas1844-nc-ohio$board of public worksOhioBoard of Public Worksnp-sawyer, amos hSawyer, Amos H.Perkins, C. E.(Charles Elliott)1840-1907MapsHistorySchedulesChicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad CompanyUnited StatesRailroadsBurlington and Missouri River Railroad CompanyPerkins, C. E.--(Charles Elliott),Perkins familyIowa--BurlingtonCanalsRailroads and stateOhioInterstate commerceUnion Pacific Railroad CompanyHill, James J.--(James Jerome),Budd, Ralph,Railroads--FinanceFinanceHousatonic RailroadConnecticutRailroads--Corrupt practicesOhio--Miami and Erie CanalForbes, John Murray,CorruptionHarriman, Edward Henry,Iowa--DubuqueSteamboat linesBurlington, Cedar Rapids, and Northern Railway Company of IowaMississippi RiverCoal--TransportationIowaMinnesotaAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Railroads--Freight--RatesUnited States, WestChicago, Rock Island, and Pacific Railway CompanyMiller, Roswell,Keyes, Charles R.--(Charles Reuben),Railroads--Design and constructionGreene, George,Blythe, Joseph William,Shaw, Leslie M.--(Leslie Mortier),EmployeesManners and customsLouisiana--New OrleansAutobiography--Women authorsGold minersTravelGold mines and miningPresidents--ElectionAllison, William B.--(William Boyd),Railroad companies18401907187618851889189419001901190519101913191419311949195719631965196919821988199019993934050385.06573HE27511862ocn007737777book19820.86Overton, Richard CPerkins/Budd, railway statesmen of the Burlington+-+08268786853241093ocn062554627file19490.84Perkins, C. EFamily letters, 1861-1869 [of] Charles Elliott Perkins and Edith Forbes Perkins61ocn065428430book18850.97Perkins, C. EInter-state commerce. A letter to Hon. S.M. Cullom ... from Charles E. Perkins, president of the Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad Co32ocn012994103map19101.00Perkins, C. EProfile and map of the Ohio Canal : showing progress and cost of improvementsMaps33ocn012821687map1910Perkins, C. EProfile and map of the Miami and Erie Canal : showing progress and cost of improvementsMaps31ocn080114248book19630.47Perkins, C. EPinto, der Schecke : Eine Pferdegeschichte aus dem Wilden Westen32ocn702673911book18891.00Perkins, C. EHearing before the Railroad Committee of the Connecticut Legislature in the matter of enquiry into the alleged illegal issue of stocks and bonds by the Housatonic Railroad Company : statement of facts and points of Mr. Perkins21ocn065428452book18760.47Perkins, C. EA letter to Hon. Geo. W. McCrary, from Charles E. Perkins ... with reference to a bill to construe the Pacific railroad acts so as to require the Union Pacific Railroad to connect with the road of the B. & M. R.R. Co., in Nebraska22ocn504318113book1949Perkins, C. EFamily Letters, 1861-1869 [to and from C.E. Perkins and E.F. Perkins]. Edited by ... Edith Perkins Cunningham. [With plates, including portraits.]11ocn012817218map1901Perkins, C. EMap of the Lower Basin at Lock No. 1 of the Ohio Canal, Akron, Summit County, OhioMaps11ocn233031385book18891.00[Collection of articles from the Boston Daily Advertiser about the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad, 1888-1889]11ocn670239508mixPerkins-Cunningham scrapbooksEighteen volumes of scrapbooks, including twelve volumes of scrapbooks and reminiscences of Edith Forbes Perkins, 1862-1924, and six volumes of scrapbooks of correspondence and reminiscences of her daughter Edith Forbes (Perkins) Cunninham, 1866-1938. The volumes contain correspondence, photographs, clippings, and other items. The scrapbooks of Edith Forbes Perkins begin in 1862, two years before her marriage to Charles Elliott Perkins, and are directed to her grandchildren. Included is information on her childhood in Milton, Mass. and her later life in Burlington, Iowa. Among the correspondents are Perkins and Forbes family members, including Robert Bennet Forbes. The scrapbooks of Edith Forbes (Perkins) Cunningham are addressed to her son Edward Cunningham, Jr. Included is information on her childhood in Burlington, Iowa, as well as her later life (after her marriage to Edward Cunningham) in Milton, Mass. and Santa Barbara, California. Among the correspondents are Perkins and Cunningham family members11ocn010397192map1905Nogales (Ariz.)Amended plat of the Northern Addition to the Town of Nogales, ArizonaMaps11ocn191312915book1876Perkins, C. EA letter to Hon. Geo. W. McCrary, from Charles E. Perkins, vice president of the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad Co., in Nebraska, : with reference to a bill to construe the Pacific Railroad Acts so as to require the Union Pacific Railroad to connect with the road of the B.& M.R.R. Co., in Nebraska. Burlington, Iowa, December 27th, 187611ocn012486401mix19000.47Henderson Family (Musical group)Garden of the Gods scrapbookPress references to the gift of the Garden of the Gods by Charles E. Perkins11ocn122596577book1.00Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad CompanyMapsSchedulesReports (1870-1917), historical publications (1849-1959), promotional material, calendars (1947-1949), timetables (1904-1979), train orders, maps and segment maps, newspaper clippings, minutes and records (1849-1950), and papers of C.E. Perkins, longtime company official11ocn035670617mixForbes, John MurrayJohn Murray Forbes papersHistoryPapers of Boston businessman John Murray Forbes, 1842-1898, including correspondence, letterpress books, and account books. Correspondence and letterbooks primarily pertain to his interest in various business ventures, such as real estate and stocks, and his interest in politics, particularly the 1884 presidential election and the "Committee of One Hundred." Correspondents include Josiah Quincy, James Jackson, Catharine M. Sedgwick, William C. Bryant, Joseph G. Cogswell, Wendell Phillips, Ulysses S. Grant, Lord Amerley, R. W. Emerson, Thomas Hughes, John H. Clifford, Charles E. Perkins, Edward C. Perkins, George S. J. Oliver, Jonathan L. Lathrop, Miers Coryell, and various Forbes family members, among many others. Also included are account books detailing his investments in various industries, in particular land speculation; sales of various products by ships involved in the China trade; estates and houses, including the family estate on Naushon Island (Mass.); and especially railroads. The collection also contains a few accounts relating to Massachusetts cavalry regiments (including the 5th) during the Civil War. Additional papers include correspondence with Franklin Benjamin Sanborn, Fanny Kemble, William Howard Gardiner, John Perkins Cushing, and Robert Bennet Forbes, as well as letters about the education of John Malcolm Forbes11ocn367862893book1.00Perkins, C. EFrom the memorial collection index to Mormon magazine miscellany11ocn612870783mix1.00Colton, Chauncey Sto Charles Elliott Perkins :HistoryConcerns the founding and history of the Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad11ocn148784923mix1.00Harbert, Albert NAlbert N. Harbert Collection of railroadianaSchedulesAlbert N. Harbert's collection of railroadiana primarily concerns the Burlington, Cedar Rapids, and Northern Railway Company of Iowa, a railroad which became a part of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company in 1903. This road is documented with items such as timetables, circulars, rate sheets, tariff agreements, train orders, and miscellaneous printed material272ocn058912227book19490.77Perkins, C. EFamily letters & reminiscences 1865-1907HistoryBiographyRecords and correspondence142ocn008747874book19310.93Hedge, ThomasCharles Elliott Perkins : a tribute from his friendBiography51ocn005011976book19690.74Donovan, Frank PThe Burlington in Iowa21ocn020031692book19880.47Martin, AlbroJames HillHistory21ocn307631891book19490.86Perkins, Edith ForbesLetters and journal of Edith Forbes Perkins, 1908-1925BiographyDiariesRecords and correspondence11ocn028410238mix1.00Harbert, Albert NCollection of railroadianaRecords and correspondenceSchedulesCorrespondence, timetables, circulars, rate sheets, tariff agreements, train orders, and miscellaneous printed material, relating chiefly to Burlington, Cedar Rapids and Northern Railway Company of Iowa, a railroad which became part of Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Company in 1903. Correspondents include William Boyd Allison, John Insley Blair, Joseph William Blythe, Ransom R. Cable, Samuel Mercer Clark, Robert Gordon Cousins, Jonathan Prentiss Dolliver, Francis Marion Drake, Albert George Greene, David Bremner Henderson, Marvin Hughitt, Charles John Ives, Charles Reuben Keyes, John Fletcher Lacey, Roswell Miller, Charles Elliott Perkins, and Leslie Mortier Shaw11ocn076753411book19570.47Overton, Richard CCharles Elliott Perkins11ocn060328683art1999Perkins, Charles Elliott11ocn612870898book1.00Miscellaneous Western Americana manuscriptsHistoryArticles of agreement between Thomas McShane & Co. and the Little Miami Railroad Company to adapt and prepare for the reception of railways part of the line owned by Little Miami Railroad; L.W. Wakeley's summary, dated 19 Apr. 1916, of the geographical development of the Chicago, Burlington, & Quincy Railroad in the territory between Lake Michigan and the Rocky Mountains, with reference to the character of its traffic, its influence and service as a transportation system within the territory, and a comparison of its gross earnings for the years 1854, 1901, and 1915; agreement, dated 3 Aug. 1849, among Capt. Lot Wheelwright, Henry Leland, and others for forming a company to obtain gold in California; George H. Gale's memoir, dated at Detroit, Mich., 1 Jan. 1903, concerning his birth in Vermont, traveling to Michigan in 1836, then to California in 1849, and his work as a miner during the gold rush; typescript transcription of William Richardson's diary of a trip from Boston to New Orleans, 17 Feb. 1815-11 Apr. 1815; typescript transcription of a letter from Mrs. William Hooper to "Edith," dated at Lincoln, Neb., 11 July 1917, concerning Charles Elliott Perkins and his connection to the First National Bank of Lincoln; a biographical sketch, dated 1908, of I.S.P. Weeks, chief engineer of the Burlington Railroad, for the lines west of the Missouri River; a transcript typescript of a letter to Ezekiel Whitman, of Portland, Me., on the Whitman family in america and economic conditions in the middle West, dated Rochester, Racine County, Wisc. Ter., Octr. 28, 1838, appended with a typescript genealogical chart showing A.H. Whitman's ancestry and his connnection with Martin Cole Whitman; and other material11ocn020032161book1988Larson, John LauritzCharles Elliott PerkinsBiography11ocn064773425book1965University of Western OntarioHistory of CB&Q RR and C.E. Perkins. Theses of students of R.C. Overton11ocn020034375book1988Mercer, Lloyd JEdward Henry HarrimanHistory11ocn025719173book19900.47Lawson, Audrey KathleenCharles Elliott Perkins, was he a robber baron?History11ocn020033275book1988Larson, John LauritzJohn Murray Forbes11ocn020035140book1988Larson, John LauritzChicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad11ocn173821753mixCarper, LeoLeo Carper diaries and papersHistoryBiographyMapsPersonal narrativesThis collection includes two holograph, leather-bound diary volumes with entries dated June 30, 1864 to December 31, 1864, January 19, 1865 to April 1, 1865, and December 30 to December 31, 1865. It also includes two maps showing the route of Sherman's route to the sea, a military pass issued to Carper for a visit to Washington, D.C. and eleven letters sent to Charles Perkins in Burlington, Iowa dated between May 31, 1864 and December 11, 1864. Carper's diaries and letters discuss army life, Civil War campaigns including Sherman's March, news from the battle fronts, camp sites, and the weather11ocn163810335art19140.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamPerkins, Charles Elliott11ocn851186926visu19130.10Smith, Sidney Lawton[Bookplate of the Harvard College Library, (Perkins Collection)]Pictorial worksCollection information in central panel, surrounded by a frame, featuring scroll work and pineapple finials; name of library in banner at head with Harvard motto just below; lunette under Harvard motto with vignette of wheat stacks, sun, and fruit tree; an oval frame at the foot of the frame contains a portrait of a Native American (after Charles Bird King?); second motto in banners draped from the foot of the frame+-+0826878685324+-+0826878685324Thu Oct 16 15:51:31 EDT 2014batch22330