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D.W. Kilbourne collection of railroad materials, 1865-1870.

Author: David Wells Kilbourne; J W Otley; Iowa. Land Office.
Edition/Format:   Archival material   Map : English
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An untitled scrapbook signed on the cover by D.W. Kilbourne containing extracts from 2 reports of the register of the State Land Office (1865 and 1869) with sections relating to the Des Moines Navigation and Railroad Company; an extract from the report of the treasurer of the state of Iowa for the years 1868/1869 related to the Des Moines River improvement fund; a map (62 x 104 cm. folded to 22 x 12 cm.) showing  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Maps
Sources
Document Type: Archival Material, Map
All Authors / Contributors: David Wells Kilbourne; J W Otley; Iowa. Land Office.
OCLC Number: 57763900
Notes: Title supplied by cataloger.
Description: 1 v. ; 23 cm.
Other Titles: Map of part of the state of Iowa shoing Des Moines Valley RR Co. lands.

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An untitled scrapbook signed on the cover by D.W. Kilbourne containing extracts from 2 reports of the register of the State Land Office (1865 and 1869) with sections relating to the Des Moines Navigation and Railroad Company; an extract from the report of the treasurer of the state of Iowa for the years 1868/1869 related to the Des Moines River improvement fund; a map (62 x 104 cm. folded to 22 x 12 cm.) showing lands in the possession of the Des Moines Valley Railroad Company in 1870 and those to be conveyed; a holograph schedule of the rolling stock of the Des Moines Valley Railroad signed by Milo Smith, dated February 23, 1870; a holograph letter dated February 25, 1870 and signed by a Des Moines Valley Railroad engineer J.W. Otley certifying that the company is running 235 miles of railroad from Keokuk to Fort Dodge; and a certificate from the the Britannic Majesty's Consulate in New York (1870).

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