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PC: (Fwd) That CCC&StL question
- Subject: PC: (Fwd) That CCC&StL question
- From: "Roger P. Hensley" <rhensley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2000 20:28:07 +0000
- Comments: Authenticated sender is <rhensley -AT- anderson.cioe.com>
Folks, I have a request for major information on the
CCC&StL. I am forwarding what is needed. You may reply
to me or directly to Al (Al would be better) if you
have any answers for him.
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Date: Mon, 06 Mar 2000 18:00:19 -0500
From: alfred kresse <akresse -AT- bignet.net>
To: rhensley -AT- anderson.cioe.com
Subject: Re: [FC] That CCC&StL question
I was looking for any significant literature . . . books, major chapters
in NYC books, booklets, NYC Society Magazine articles, graduate papers,
etc. on the Cleveland. Cincinnati, Chicago and St Louis Rwy Company or
Big Four railway. I have limited information on it via the C&O
documentation I have. In and around the previous turn of the century it
was the interchange for the western end of the C&O lines (FFV premium
passenger and Kanawha Dispatch Fast Freight Lines) to get to Chicago.
Mr. Ingalls and Mr. Gastang were officers in both organizations. Later
on the C&O purchased what became the C&O of Indiana and later a portion
of the C&O up to Chicago.
Any help would be appreciated.
Roger P. Hensley wrote:
> I didn't keep the original question. If the writer will
> send it to me directly, I will forward it to a NYC list
> that I am on to see if anyone there has an answer.
> Roger Hensley -
> 00rphensley -AT- bsuvc.bsu.edu - email@example.com
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