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VI. State Legislative Board Records.
 
A. California Legislative Board records. [subseries]:
 
1. Correspondence. [subseries]:
  168  
Correspondence of Legislative Chairmen, 1929-75
  169  
Additional Correspondence, alphabetical, G-Z, 1929-64
 
2. Financial reports, proceedings, and bylaws. [subseries]:
  170  
Financial Reports; Minutes of Joint Meetings, 1920-34; Statewide Legislative Conference documents, 1946-47; State Belt Railroad; Jim Symes, United Labor Committee; Union Labor Party, 1948; United Labor Legislative Committee, 1943-
  171  
Proceedings of Legislative Board, 1942-1963.
  171  
Bylaws of Legislative Board, 1922-1942.
 
3. Locals. [subseries]:
  171  
Lodge 58
  171  
Lodge 91
  171  
Lodge 97
  171  
Lodge 139
  171  
Lodge 143
  171  
Lodge 239
  171  
Lodge 260
  171  
Lodge 312
  171  
Lodge 314
  171  
Lodge 327
  171  
Lodge 386
  171  
Lodge 566
  171  
Lodge 663
  171  
Lodge 672
  172  
Lodge 756
  172  
Lodge 794
  172  
Lodge 795
  172  
Lodge 808
  172  
Lodge 817
  172  
Lodge 820
  172  
Lodge 946
  172  
Lodge 967
  172  
Lodge 979
  172  
Lodge 1001
 
4. Subject files. [subseries]:
  173  
Air Hose Release Valve
  173  
American Communications Association
  173  
Application of the Federal Hours of Service Law
  173  
Arizona Car Limit Bill
  173  
Assembly Bill
  173  
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad (Water Container Question)
  173  
Bill (Legislative)
  173  
BLFE Convention 1947
  173  
Burke, Garvin
  173  
California Code Commission
  173  
Circulars-Letters and Assessment Notices
  173  
Conference Committee on Amalgamation
  173  
Consolidation Committee of Enginemen
  173  
General Wage Decrease
  173  
Labor-Management Committee - Grade Crossing Safety
  173  
Lists, Members
  173  
Los Angeles Harbor Belt Railroad
  173  
National Legislative Representative
  173  
Nevada Car Limit Bill
  173  
Ordinance No. 265, Mendocino County
  173  
Outer Harbor Terminal Railroad
  173  
Physical Exams - Western Pacific Railroad
  173  
Progressive Delegates - 1947
  174  
Railroad Commission
  174  
Railroad Pension Conference
  174  
Railroad Retirement Act
  174  
Southern Pacific Co.
  174  
Wagner Act
  174  
Walks and Handrails
  174  
Western Committee for Railroad Unity
  174  
Western Pacific Railroad
  174  
Miscellaneous California documentation
 
B. New York State Legislative Board records. [subseries]:
 
1. Official records. [subseries]:
  175  
Constitutions, 1901-1942
  175  
Minutes, Board of Director's, 1901-1950
  175  
Officers Records
  175  
Chairman's Annual Reports (Bd. Vols.), 1902-1953
  176  
Chairman's Annual Reports, 1902-1959
  176  
Convention Correspondence, 1952-67
  177-178  
Financial Records and Reports, 1902-1968
  179-185  
Records of Frank S. Columbus, former Legislative Chairman for the BLFE, were donated, processed and listed before remainder of collection was received. This action has been left as processed although scattered throughout the entire N.Y.S. section are also records pertaining to the period when F.S. Columbus was Legislative Chairman.
 
2. Subject files. [subseries]:
  186  
AFL-CIO Correspondence, 1960-65
  186  
Albany Station, Correspondence re Moving, 1965-69
  186  
Albany Rally, 1962
  186  
Albany Association for the Blind, 1970-72
  186  
Association for Western Railways, 1961-69
  186  
Baggage Tariff Correspondence, 1968-69
  186  
Barge Canal Bill, 1965-66
  186  
Bills (Legislative), 1971
  187  
BLE-ORC-SUNA-Brhd. of Maintenance of Way Emp., etc., Correspondence, 1931-56
  187  
Brotherhood of Railway Clerks, 1959-71
  187  
Bryant, R.R., General Secretary-Treasurer, 1959-65
  187  
Campaigns of John Bennett and James Mead, 1940-46
  187  
Canal Tolls, 1935-40
  187  
Circulars, Official Grand Lodge (scattered Issues, 1953-67)
  187  
Circulars (old circular letters), 1939-56
  187  
Close-Clearance Top of Cars, 1937-39
  188  
Coal Slurry Pipeline Correspondence, 1962-63
  188  
Collins, Daniel - SUM Correspondence, 1962-66
  188  
Compulsory Arbitration Law Correspondence, 1967-72
  188  
Congressmen Correspondence, 1959-69
  188  
Congressmen, Replies From, 1942-58
  188  
Correspondence - Cornell University, 1954-67
  188  
Correspondence - Miscellaneous Grand Lodge Officers, 1924-64
  188  
Correspondence, 1951
  188  
Correspondence - Columbus, Boardman Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1944-68
  189  
Correspondence, General - 1959-71
  189  
Constitution, Amendments, Proposed Legislation,, 1936
  189  
Contract Carrier Buffalo, 1939-41
  189  
Convention Information, invitations, replies, resolutions, etc., 1936-59
  190  
Convention Correspondence (in binders by year), 1942-52
  191  
Convention Correspondence (in binder), 1954
  191  
Convention, 37th and 38th, 1963-66
  191  
Convention Correspondence, Miscellaneous, 1944-65
  191  
Drinking Containers, 1949-62
  192  
East-West Legislative Comm., 1969-71
  192  
Election of Officers by Mall, 1955
  192  
Elections - Local Lodge, 1961-68
  192  
Empire State Union Meeting-Correspondence, 1963
  192  
Employee's Liability Law-Federal, 1912-34
  192  
Endorsements and Contributions, 1968
  192  
Endorsements - Senate and Assembly, 1970
  193  
Fair Competition Bills, 1963-64
  193  
Featherbedding Practices, 1959
  193  
Federal Railroad Admin., FBB, 1969-72
  193  
Fight For Right, 1965-67
  193  
Finance Docket Cases. Misc. 1955-64
  193  
Finance Docket Cases, Misc. 1964-69
  193  
Fire Insurance Police, Lease, Compensation Ins., 1928-1958
  193  
First Aid Kit, Letters, 1965-69
  194  
Flagging Bill, 1965
  194  
Fraternal Ins. Chap, 783, Laws, 1935-36
  194  
Fund Raising, Donation Correspondence, 1963-67
  194  
General Chairman, Correspondence, Misc., 1951-55
  194  
Gilbert, H.E., Intl. President, BLFE, 1947-58
  194  
Gilbert, H.E., Intl. President, BLFE, 1951-54
  194  
Gilbert, H.E., Intl. President, BLFE, 1951-65
  194  
Gilbert, H.E., Intl. President, BLFE, 1956-63
  194  
Grade Crossing Elimination, 1938
  195  
Health-Welfare Program Correspondence, 1964-68
  195  
Hours of Service Act, Correspondence, 1908-69
  195  
Insurance Amendments, 1938
  195  
Interstate Commerce Commission - Complaints, 1959-62; Correspondence, 1963-68; Train Accident Reports, etc., 1967-68; Violations, 1963-65
  195  
Javits, Jacob K., U.S. Senator, 1968
  195  
Jerry-Mason Resolution
  196  
Labor Management Improper Practices Act, 1959
  196  
Labor Paper Correspondence, 1959-72
  196  
Ladies' Society, BLFE, Correspondence, 1930-70
  196  
Lampley, A.M., VP, Correspondence, 1947-65
  196  
Leach, J.A., 1919, 1936,
  196  
Legislation - 1931-69
  197  
Legislative Board - Constitution, 1960
  197  
Legislative Board - Assessments, Deduction in Salary, etc., 1933
  197  
Legislative Board - Convention Expenses, 1928-54
  197  
Legislative Board - Convention, 1934
  197  
Legislative Board - History
  197  
Legislative and Education Conferences, 1961
  197  
Legislative Session- 1961-68
  198  
Lodge #1, Port Jervis, 1902-58
  198  
Lodge #12, Buffalo, 1903-58
  198  
Lodge #71, Oneonta, 1903-64
  198  
Lodge #74, Mechanicville, 1902-64
  198  
Lodge #85, Buffalo, 1903-64
  198  
Lodge #92, Oswego, 1901-64
  198  
Lodge #99, Rochester, 1902-64
  199  
Lodge 101, Buffalo, 1902-64
  199  
Lodge 120, Syracuse, 1901-64
  199  
Lodge 121, Corning, 1902-64
  199  
Lodge 149, New York City, 1903-48
  199  
Lodge 155, New York City, 1911-41
  199  
169, Hornell, 1903-64
  199  
Lodge 180, Plattsburgh, 1902-22
  199  
Lodge 209, Whitehall, 1912-64
  199  
Lodge 210, Schenectady, 1902-59
  199  
Lodge 212, Watertown, 1903-56
  199  
Lodge 213, Syracuse, 1903-64
  199  
Lodge 215, Watervliet, 1902-58
  199  
Lodge 216, Norwich, 1902-57
  199  
Lodge 227, Binghamton, 1910-64
  200  
Lodge 229, Utica, 1902-64
  200  
Lodge 230, Albany, 1902-64
  200  
Lodge 232, Middletown, 1901-58
  200  
Lodge 241, Buffalo, 1902-64
  200  
Lodge 242, Elmira, 1903-60
  200  
Lodge 276, Buffalo, 1905-64
  200  
Lodge 291, Malverne, 1902-47
  200  
Lodge 309, Richmond Hill, 1903-64
  200  
Lodge 315, Watervliet, 1902-64
  200  
Lodge 316, Buffalo, 1902-70
  201  
Lodge 320, Avon, 1915-48
  201  
Lodge 326, Salamanca, 1934-55
  201  
Lodge 334, Syracuse, 1902-64
  201  
Lodge 339, Clifton, 1902-64
  201  
Lodge 362, Niagara Falls, 1907-64
  201  
Lodge 363, New York City, 1902-64
  201  
Lodge 398, Olean, 1902-64
  201  
Lodge 463, Elmira, 1902-64
  201  
Lodge 472, Buffalo, 1902-64
  201  
Lodge 475, St. Allans, 1937-41
  201  
Lodge 509, Syracuse, 1902-64
  201  
Lodge 524, Ogdensburg, 1907-18
  201  
Lodge 614, Buffalo, 1903-64
  201  
Lodge 666, New York City, 1905-64
  201  
Lodge 668, Lackawanna, 1907-64
  202  
Lodge 681, Salamanca, 1910-64
  202  
Lodge 699, Albany, 1907-61
  202  
Lodge 700, Port Jervis, 1915-64
  202  
Lodge 708, Albany, 1910-64
  202  
Lodge 732, Saratoga Springs, 1915-58
  202  
Lodge 765, Kingston, 1913-64
  202  
Lodge 777, Warwick, 1915-64
  202  
Lodge 790, Maybrook, 1915-64
  202  
Lodge 807, Auburn, 1914-70
  202  
Lodge 809, Rensselaer, 1939-64
  202  
Lodge 836, Hornell, 1914-64
  202  
Lodge 876, Utica, 1926-64
  202  
Lodge 880, Terrytown, 1920-64
  202  
Lodge 940, Binghamton, 1942-64
  202  
Lodge 952, Manchester, 1944-64
  202  
Lodge 975, Buffalo, 1949-64
  202  
Lodge Suspension Notices, 1960-68
  203  
Maddren, William, ORC, Correspondence, 1930-61
  203  
Mahoney's Dinner, Correspondence, 1964
  203  
Mass Transit Bond, $2 1/2 Billion, 1967
  203  
Medicare Bill, Correspondence, 1964-67
  203  
Members, BLFE
  203  
Metroliner Service, Washington and New York, 1969
  203  
Midcap, W.C., Editor and Manager, 1959-69
  203  
Miscellaneous Meetings, 1971
  203  
Motor Truck and Bus Legislation, 1933-38
  203  
Negro Problem, 1946
  203  
NYC Lines E. Civil Action, Correspondence, 1968
  203  
NY Fraternal Congress, 1970-71
  203  
New York-New Jersey States Meeting, 1929-69
  203  
New York State Barge Canal Correspondence, 1959-67
  203  
New York State Conference of Mayors, Correspondence, 1968
  204  
New York State Board of Directors, Correspondence, 1965-69
  204  
New York State Conference of Mayors, Correspondence, 1968
  204  
News-Gram, 1960-65
  204  
Newspaper Clippings Relative to Work Rules Dispute, Threatened Strike, Legislation, etc. 1963
  204  
No-Fault Insurance, 1970-71
  204  
Officers, Election of, 1970-71
  204  
Ohio Legislative Board, 1963-65
  204  
Pennsylvania Legislative Board, 1960-65
  204  
Perlman-Mahoney, Correspondence, 1962
  205  
Peters, Homer, FBB Meeting re Legislation, 1970
  205  
Peters, Homer, Speech Before Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, 1960
  205  
Peters, Homer, Counsel, 1943-56
  205  
Peru Railroad Workers, 1967
  205  
Political Correspondence, 1954-68
  205  
Political Endorsement, 1962, 1964
  205  
Power Brake Law, Correspondence, 1968-69
  205  
Presidential Study Commissions 1962
  205  
President's Conference, Correspondence, 1964
  206  
Primary Contest Correspondence, 1960-64
  206  
Primary Endorsements, etc., 1960-62
  206  
Primary Race, 1970
  206  
Protective Measures Bill, 1966
  206  
Public Service Commission, Calendar Hearings; Correspondence, 1907-1970
  206  
Railroad Annual Meetings, Reports, 1961-64
  206  
Railroad Retirement Act, 1932-69
  206  
Railroad Retirement Board, 1937-59
  206  
Railroad Retirement Forms, 1937-58
  206  
Railway Labor Executive's Association, 1963-67
  207  
Railway Labor Political League, 1960-68
  207  
Resolutions, Memorials, 1928-54
  207  
Rockefeller, Governor - Task Force to Evaluate Effect of PC Bankruptcy on Local Government, 1970-71
  207  
Roosevelt, F.D., Resolutions, Campaign Literature, etc., 1924-39
  208  
Safety Awards, Correspondence, 1964-67
  208  
Salamanca Drinking Water Case, 1933-36
  208  
Samuels, Howard, 1965
  208  
Service and Compensation Railroad Retirement Bd., 1938-45
  208  
Sixtieth Anniversary Correspondence, 1961
  208  
Sixty-Fifth Anniversary Correspondence, 1966
  208  
Social Security Act, 1937
  208  
Southern Union Meeting, 1963
  208  
State and Canadian Legislative Board, 1959-71
  208  
State Assemblymen, Correspondence, 1959-69
  208  
State Senators Correspondence, 1960-68
  208  
State Union Meeting, 1932, Vote of Lodges re Meeting
  208  
Strike Information, 1963
  208  
Sympathy Resolutions, 1932-36
  209  
Testimonial Dinners, etc., 1968-69
  209  
"Texas" National Convention, 1968
  209  
Thank You Letters, 1969, 1972
  209  
Thurston, J.W., Gen, Chairman, NYC, 1930-65
  209  
Train Length Bill, 1934-38
  209  
Transportation Act of 1939-40
  209  
Transportation Comm., Sen Speno, 1969
  209  
Transportation Dept. of - Correspondence, 1962-72
  209  
TPEL Correspondence, UTU, 1969-70
  209  
"Truck Train" Legislation, 1968-69
  209  
Turbotrain, 1969
  209  
T.V. Debate, and Hiltz, 1963
  209  
Unification Legislative Boards, 1969-70
  209  
Union-Label Service Trades, 1965-68
  209  
U.S. Senator - Correspondence, 1959-68
  210  
United Railroad Operating Crafts
  210  
Weekly Pay Bill, 1930-62
  210  
Work Rules Dispute, Correspondence, 1963
  210  
"Y" Selkirk Situation, 1968-70
  210  
Y.M.C.A. Railroad, Correspondence, 1962-70
  210  
Youth and Work Council, Correspondence, 1960-72
  210  
Miscellaneous, 1942-43
 
3. Individual railroad files. [subseries]:
  211  
B and A Railroad
  211  
Boston and Maine Railroad
  211  
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
  211  
Brooklyn Eastern District Terminal
  211  
Bush Terminal
  211  
Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburgh Railroad
  211  
Buffalo Creek Railroad
  211  
Central New England
  211  
Delaware and Hudson Railroad
  212  
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad
  212  
Erie Railroad
  213  
Erie Railroad
  214  
Lehigh Valley Railroad
  214  
Long Island Railroad
  214  
New Haven Railroad
  214  
New York Central Railroad
  215  
New York Central Railroad
  216  
New York, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad
  216  
New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad
  216  
New York, Ontario and Western Railroad
  216  
Nickel Plate Railroad
  216  
Norfolk and Western Railroad
  216  
Penn Central Railroad
  216  
Prattsburgh Railroad
  216  
Rutland Railroad
  216  
Southern Railroad
  216  
Miscellaneous Railroad Documentation
 
4. Case files. [subseries]:
  217-221  
Generally re Full Crew Case Files, 1920-1969
 
5. Miscellaneous documents and publications. [subseries]:
  222  
Miscellaneous Documents - Includes correspondence, clippings, Scrapbook,, 1935-39 Expense Book
  223  
Publications - Includes Lists of Delegates booklets; examination booklets, "News Gram", 1962-69; agreements; convention proceedings, "NYS Democratic Yearbook," 1958, 1959; and other miscellaneous publications
  224  
Publications - Includes "Republican Yearbook,", 1959; "Regulation of Public Utilities in NYS," 1958, 1962; Education booklets; Ritual booklet; dinner programs; and miscellaneous
  225  
Publications - Includes National Railway Historical Society, Newsletters; "News Gram," 1950-58; and miscellaneous booklets and reports
 
C. Pennsylvania Legislative Board records. [subseries]:
  226  
Amalgamated, BLFE - BLE
  226  
Agreement - 6/25/64. Eastern, Western, and Southeastern Carriers Conference
  226  
Air-Brake Book - Rates, etc. Questions and answers
  226  
Appeal of 1960. State Board Election
  226  
Assessment Appeals 1964
  226  
Arbitration, Data compiled by H. E. Gilbert
  226  
AFL-CIO
  226  
Anti-Poverty Program and Economic Opportunity-Act of 1964
  226  
BLFE - Office of the President
  226  
BLFE Time-book
  226  
BLFE - BRT 37 Point Program - Improved working conditions
  226  
Brandon-Shearer and Flaherty - Attorneys
  226  
BLFE - 1968 Convention
  226  
Board of Directors
  226  
By-laws - Pa. Leg. and Educational Board - Amendments 1960
  226  
State BLFE meeting
  226  
BLE Propaganda
  226  
BRT State meeting
  226  
Beneficiary Dept. BLFE
  226  
BLFE - Finance Comm. Reports
  226  
BLFE Headquarters Building
  226  
BLFE Minutes of State L and E Board meetings
  226  
Colorado State Legislative Board
  226  
Constitutions and by-laws
  226  
Coal and Iron Police activities
  226  
Child Labor
  226  
Constitutions and by-laws (BLFE) of other states
  226  
Compulsory arbitration. Data compiled by H.E. Gilbert
  226  
Contrasts awarded by Penna. Railroad
  226  
Canadian Legislative Board
  226  
Central Labor Council
  226  
Campaign- 1968 General Election
  226  
Congressional records
  226  
BLFE "Diesel Manning Issue"
  226  
Diesel-Electric Movement
  226  
"Deadman" devices on all locomotives - PUC ruling
  226  
Derailments and Wreck's In Penna.
  226  
"Deaths"
  226  
Drinking Water facilities
  226  
Dynamic Brake Hearings
  227  
Eugene V. Debs Foundation
  227  
Election Laws of Pennsylvania
  227  
Emergency R.R. Transportation Act
  227  
E.U.M.A.
  227  
Executive Committee 1959-1965-1968
  227  
Earned Income, tax regulations
  227  
Full Crew Hearing, Testimony of John W. Ludlow
  227  
Full Crew Hearing. Testimony of William Miller
  227  
Full Crew Law - Correspondence Penna. Law
  227  
"Featherbedding"
  227  
Federal Laws - RR and Labor
  227  
Full Crew Laws- Administration of some in U.S.
  227  
Full Train crews - Hearing before I.C.C.
  227  
Full Crew Hearing, Testimony of J.H. Dreisback
  227  
Full Crew Hearings 1915-1917
  227  
Full Crew Hearings Harrisburg - 1938
  227  
Forty- four hour week. Laws-women's and general
  227  
Federal Liability Act
  227  
R. Fuller. Railway clerks
  227  
General Policy Committee BLFE
  227  
General Transportation Situation
  227  
Georgia State Legislative Board
  227  
"Goods and Service a Installment Sales Act"
  227  
Grand Lodge Employee's Strike
  227  
Hours of Service Law
  227  
Harris
  227  
I.C.C. Regulations on Transportation and Railroads
  227  
Indiana State Legislative Board
  227  
Iowa State Legislative Board
  227  
Local Lodge Charters surrendered or revoked
  227  
Lake Erie and Ohio River Waterway
  227  
Lodge election results - 1967
  227  
Ladies Society. Correspondence
  227  
Lobbying - Registration Act
  227  
Legislature - 1965
  227  
Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act
  227  
Local Tax Enabling Act no. 48l
  227  
Labor Legislation in Pennsylvania
  227  
Letters to the editor
  227  
Legislature - 1966
  228  
Minimum Wage Law and Regulations
  228  
Monthly reports
  228  
Midland Yard. PUC Investigation
  228  
Maryland State Legislative Board
  228  
N.I.E.P.
  228  
N.I.E.P. Second Phase
  228  
New York State L and E Board
  228  
National Railroad Adjustment Board. Cases pending
  228  
New York State Full Crew Law - violations
  228  
Newsletters. Five R.R. Brotherhoods
  228  
Pennsylvania Labor Relations Act
  228  
Pennsylvania State Legislative Board Reports of General Assembly
  228  
Power or train Brake Law
  228  
Passenger Service Improvement Corp, of Philadelphia.
  228  
Railroad Lawsuits Against Management
  228  
Railroad Accidents and Reports ICC Rules governing same
  228  
Railway Labor's Political League
  228  
Railroad Strikes
  228  
Railroads - Unsanitary conditions and PUC Regulations for R.R.'s
  228  
Railroads - Unsanitary conditions
  228  
Railroad Retirement Reports
  228  
Railroad Retirement Reports - OE-l and CT-l;
  228  
Railroad Consolidation Agreement
  228  
Railroad Unemployment Insurance
  228  
Railroad Retirement Correspondence 1934
  228  
Railroad Salaries
  228  
Railways - Plant and Industrial - Regulations
  228  
D.B. Robertson - Anniversary
  228  
Raid on RR Retirement Board jobs - Schedule C Amendment
  228  
Railroad Retirement SS numbers; Form G-88; OE-5 and BA6; - Correspondence
  228  
Railway Labor Act "Union Shops"
  228  
Railroad Retirement Act, Board circulars and pamphlets
  228  
Railroad clearance. P.U.C. order
  228  
Railroad Workers Transportation by taxi and bus
  229  
Railroad Retirement Act - General Correspondence
  229  
Railway Political League - Penna. Division
  229  
Rail Review and Report
  229  
Railroad Laws
  229  
Registration.
  229  
Railroad Regulations. P.U.C.
  229  
"Right to Work" Laws
  229  
Railroad Accident Investigation ICC
  229  
"Records of the Vote" Penna. General Assembly
  229  
Railway Labor Act, Supreme Court Decision "Dues" used for politics
  229  
Railroad Accidents
  229  
Railway Labor's Political League
  229  
Railway Labor's Political League 1967
  229  
Railroad Safety Section - ICC injured RR Employees
  229  
RLPL Funds for Penna. conditions 1968
  229  
Railroads Workers - newspaper clippings
  229  
Safety awards R.R.
  229  
Southern Union Meetings - Richmond, Va.
  229  
St. Lawrence Waterway, Correspondence
  229  
Stulton Highspire RR Crossing
  229  
State Workmen's Insurance Fund
  229  
Texas State Legislative Board
  229  
Transportation and Labor
  229  
Taft-Hartley Law, P.B.R.'s Interpretation
  229  
Train Limit Hearing before ICC
  229  
Trucks and buses
  229  
Vacation agreement BLFE
  229  
Virginia State Legislative Board
  229  
Vermont Legislative Board
  229  
U.S. Savings and War Bonds
  229  
Utah Legislative Board
  230  
Women's Laws, State and Federal
  230  
Workmen's Compensation, Law and Correspondence
  230  
Washington State Legislative Board
  230  
Wisconsin State Legislative Board
  230  
Wage Movement of Brotherhoods
  230  
E.R. Wachof Dismissed from RR - Hostling Locomotive
  230  
Yearly reports 1934-1941 inclusive
  230  
Mergers - NYC-PRR
  230  
PRR-NYC Merger. Circulars
  230  
Merger - PRR-NYC, Newspaper clippings
  230  
B and O-C and O - Merger
  230  
Award - Arbitration Board no. 282 - Firemen (Helper)
  231  
555 - minutes of convention of BLFE held Sept. 9-15
  231  
1346 - minutes-reports of committees-addresses of speakers of convention, BLFE, Sept. 1932
  231  
Information on the Firemen, notes. Write Congressmen and Senators
  231  
Legislative - notes on our meeting- 1963, 1960 Committees appointed
  231  
Important, Legislative Letters - T.F. Purnell - Notes on meeting
  231  
Record of voting 1965 General Assembly
  231  
Legislative Board meeting, Board of Directors, meeting-May 1963 - Information appointment committee
  231  
Penna. State Legislative and Education Board, BLFE Reports
  231  
Penna. State Legislative and Education Board, 1965- Legislation News
  231  
Penna. State Legislative and Education Board, Monthly Reports
  231  
Penna. State Legislative and Education Board, 1968 Unification, BLFE Field Staff meeting
  231  
Penna. State Legislative Is Education Board, 1967 Monthly Reports
  231  
Abandonment of Trains
  231  
B and O; A. 79924 Connellsville and Grafton, W. Va., Trains 65 and 66
  231  
B and O; A. 82195, Pittsburgh and Buffalo, Trains 251 and 252
  231  
B and O; A. 82384, Pittsburgh and Claysville, Trains 233-738, 72-238
  231  
B and O; A. 81985, Galeton, Pa, and N.Y. State Line
  231  
B and O A. 84980, Chester and Wayne Jc, Philadelphia
  231  
B and O; RR Dropping of Two Trains in Lawrence Co.
  231  
B and O; F.D. 22201, Discontinuance of Trains 21 and 22 - Baltimore, Washington and Pittsburgh
  231  
B and O; RR A. 94645, Abandonment of passenger Trains, #8 and 9 - Lawrence Co,
  231  
BLE A. 78003, No. Bessemer and Greenville Trains 1 and 2
  231  
BLE A. 81451, Greenville and Erie, Trains 12 and 13
  231  
BLE F.D. 21038, Abandonment of Indionola Branch Line
  231  
CRR of N.J. A. 80767, Scranton Station
  231  
CRR of N.J. A. 89072, Jim Thorpe- WilkesBarre 301-306
  231  
CRR of N.J. A. 93783, Allentown and New York
  231  
CRR of Pa. A. 77982, MauchChunk and Allentown Trains 1078, 1107-104 and 1104
  231  
D and H C.15080, Carbondale and Scranton Trains 505, 509, 508 and 512
  231  
DLW FD. 20684, Hoboken and Scranton Trains, 11 and 26-28
  231  
DLW F.D. 20727, Scranton to Binghamton
  231  
DS Railroad A. 90436, Abandonment of its Line, Donora and Carroll township
  231  
HBT A. 80310, EBT A. 8l64l, EBT A. 82774
  231  
EMRR A. 87812, Abandonment of line in Etna, Allegheny
  231  
E-LRR F.D. 23045, Discontinuance of train #44-Scranton and Hoboken
  231  
Erie A. 79702, Port Jarvis and Binghamton trains 27 and 28
  231  
Erie, Gang Mills to Newberry Station
  231  
E-LRR Discontinuance of Passenger train #45, Hoboken, N.J. and Scranton
  231  
E-LRR F.D. 22551-52, Discontinuance of Trains 40-41-43 and 25-26
  231  
E-LRR F.D. 24886, Abandonment of Passenger trains 15 and 10, Buffalo, N.Y. and Hoboken, N.J.
  231  
LV Hazleton and Lehighton
  231  
LY I.D. 47, Adequacy of Passenger train service in Penna.
  231  
LY A. 86035, Hazleton and Lehighton
  231  
LV F.D. 20443, Passenger Service in Penna.
  231  
LV F.D, 20824, Hazleton and Lehighton Trains 229, 228, 239 and 207
  231  
LV F.D. 21260, N.Y.C, Buffalo, N.Y. and Lehigton
  231  
LV I.C.C. F.D. 24190-241-91-92 and 93, Abandonment of Montrose
  231  
LNE Abandonment
  231  
M and P A. 81318, York-Pa -Md, boundary
  231  
Mononghela C.D. 6651, Ky. Size of crew
  231  
Mon. A. 85927, Freight Service
  231  
NYC A. 89574, Abandonment of passenger service and its station, North East, Erie Co.
  231  
NYC, Cleveland-Buffalo-trains 50 and 289
  231  
PRR, Pittsburgh and Buffalo trains
  231  
PRR 45754, Illinois-Missouri State Line, train 6
  231  
PRR A. 75795, Beaver Falls and Sharon, trains 404 and 405
  231  
PRR A. 77863, Oil City and Corry trains 980 and 981
  231  
PRR A. 77939, Allen Lane, Phila. and White Marsh trains, 804, 813, 856 and 863
  231  
PRR A. 77956, Greencastle and Harrisburgh trains 640 and 6
  231  
PRR A. 78108, Pittsburgh and Washington, Pa. trains 763 and 760
  231  
PRR A. 78915, Lancaster and York
  231  
PRR A. 79046, Pittsburgh and Brownsville trains 810 and 807
  231  
PRR A. 79112, Manayunk and Norristown
  231  
PRR A. 80059, Elroma and Brownsville, trains 807 and 810
  231  
PRR A. 80620, Pittsburgh and East Brady, trains 913 and 914
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PRR A. 81084, Derry and Pittsburgh, trains 631, 644, 512 and 513, 519
  231  
PRR A. 82396, Williamsport and Harrisburg, trains 525, 526, 527
  231  
PRR A. 82521, Kiskiminetas Jet and East Brady, trains 913 and 914
  231  
PRR A. 82622, Williamsport and Troy, N.Y. trains 595, 596 and 598
  231  
PRR A. 85491, A.85641, Pittsburgh and Beaver Falls, train 363-64 and 65
  231  
PRR A. 85497, Harrisburgh-Williamsport trains 528, 529
  231  
PRR A. 85815, Media and West Chester, trains 0765 and 0768
  231  
PRR A. 86220, Phila-Pittsburgh curtailment of service
  231  
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PRR A. 86875, Aladdin and Pittsburgh, trains 922 and 923
  231  
PRR Erie trains 580 and 581
  231  
PRR A. 87361, Abandonment of trains, 26 - Pittsburgh
  231  
PRR A. 87587, Manayunk-Phila.
  231  
PRR F.D. 21936, A. 87818, Abandonment of Cumberland Valley Branch
  231  
PRR A. 87911, Hbg.-Phlla, trains 602 and 607
  231  
PRR A. 87945, Hbg.-Phila trains 603-604
  231  
PRR F.D, 21986, Buffalo-New York-Hbg. trains 570-576-572-571-573
  232  
F.D. 18418, PRR, Jersey City and Brooklyn.
  232  
PRR, F.D. 20792, Harrisburg and. Williamsport nos, 528 and 529
  232  
PRR F. D.21589, Discontinuance of Pittsburgh Suburban Lines
  232  
PRR A. 89906, Trains 807 and 810, Pittsburgh-Elrama
  232  
PRR F.D. 21589, A. 87747, Pittsburgh Suburban trains
  232  
PRR F.D, 21840, A. 88091, 90434 Trains 39-37 and 635 Phila. to Pittsburgh and Phila. to Harrisburg
  232  
PRR F.D. 24398 trains 570-571, Buffalo, NY and Baltimore
  232  
PRR A. 90700, Abandonment of Suburban Service in Pittsburgh area
  232  
PRR I.D. 48, Curtailment of Passenger Service -Washington, D. C., Pittsburgh, Phila. and New York
  232  
PER A. 91401, Discontinuance of passenger trains nos. 580 and 58l - Erie and Emporium
  232  
PRR A. 94167, Trains nos. 28 and 29 Broadway Ltd, and General
  232  
PLE A. 89204, Trains nos. 277 and 280 Pittsburgh and New Castle
  232  
PLE A.90124 Trains nos. 274-273 New Castle, Pittsburgh, Beaver Falls
  232  
PLE, A. 93459
  232  
Penn Central A. 94464
  232  
Penn Central F.D. 25026
  232  
Penn Central F.D. 25308
  232  
Penn Central F.D. 25074
  232  
Penn Central F.D. 25373
  232  
Penn Central ISD 8486
  232  
Penn Central F.D. 24972, F.D. 25028
  232  
Penn Central A. 94464
  232  
Reading A. 81651
  232  
Reading A. 82817
  232  
Reading A. 85012
  232  
Reading A. 85803
  232  
Reading A. 86503
  232  
PLE A. 85626
  232  
PLE A. 85765
  232  
Beading A. 86486
  232  
Reading A. 86596
  232  
Reading A, 86818
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Reading A. 87051, F.D. 21274
  232  
Reading A. 87195
  232  
Reading A. 87483
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Reading A. 88645, A88646
  232  
Reading A. 88641, 88642, 88643, 88644
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Reading A. 91510
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Reading A. 91551
  232  
Reading A. 91532
  232  
Reading I.D. 70
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Change in status of stations, crossings, unsafe working conditions, walkways, etc.
  233  
Change in status of stations, crossings, unsafe working conditions, walkways, etc.
  233  
Mergers
  233  
Miscellaneous railroads
  233  
Baltimore and Ohio RR
  233  
Bessemer and Lake Erie RR
  233  
Cambria and Indiana RR
  233  
Central RR of N.J.
  233  
Delaware and Hudson RR
  233  
Erie-Lackawanna RR
  233  
Lehigh and New England RR F.D. 25215
  233  
Lehigh Valley RR
  233  
Monongahela Comm. RR
  233  
Monongahela Railway
  233  
Montour RR
  233  
New York Central RR
  233  
New York, New Haven and Hartford RR
  233  
Norfolk and Western
  233  
New Hope and Ivyland RR
  233  
Penn Central
  233  
Reading RR
  233  
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne, Chicago RR
  233  
Pittsburgh and Lake Erie RR
  233  
Willsville, Addison and Galeton RR
  233  
Western Maryland RR
  233  
Union RR
  233  
miscellaneous materials, ICC Dockets, etc.
  234  
PLERR - Discontinuance Trains -264-265-262-263-269
  234  
Hours of Service, March 21-26, 1966 Washington, D.C.
  234  
Hours of Service
  234  
Lodge 541 - J.F. Finnerty
  234  
Nationwide Inn
  234  
PRR - Accidents in Pennsylvania
  234  
Monongahela Railway Company - Docket No. 6651
  234  
Meadville - Erie-Lackawanna RR - Lodge 207
  234  
Brandon, Shearer and Flaherty - Legal Services
  234  
Thurston - NYCRR
  234  
Railroad Bills - 1965,1967
  234  
Thomas F. Purnell Salary, 1966-67
  234  
Sanitation Inspection
  234  
By-Laws - Other boards
  234  
Notes on Speeches, 1965-68
  234  
Legislative Boards
  234  
New Business
  234  
Invitations to our state meetings
  234  
Notes for 1967 state meeting
  234  
AFL-CIO - 1966-67
  234  
Write Your Senator Program Expense
  234  
Copy of Letters, 1965-1969
  234  
RLPL - 1966-68
  235  
Endorsement of candidates - -1966
  235  
Misc. letters - Flagman bill, Ohio statement on our safe crew bill
  235  
AFL-CIO Resolution - 1966
  235  
Thomas F. Purnell - Misc.
  235  
Misc. early Pennsylvania Legislative Board Records
 
D. Other states and Canada. Legislative Board records. [subseries]:
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Alabama, 1939-53
  236  
California (see separate series)
  236  
Canada, 1920-51
  236  
Colorado, 1949-51
  236  
Delaware, 1951
  236  
Florida, 1947-51
  236  
Georgia, 1951-52
  236  
Idaho, 1952
  236  
Illinois, 1928-52
  236  
Indiana, 1947
  236  
Iowa, 1949
  236  
Kansas, 1935-47
  236  
Kentucky, 1952
  236  
Louisiana 1934-52
  236  
Maine, 1921-51
  236  
Maryland, 1937-66
  236  
Massachusetts, 1924-25
  236  
Michigan, 1938-49
  236  
Minnesota, 1949-54
  236  
Mississippi, 1940-46
  236  
Missouri, 1948
  236  
Montana, 1947 - 64
  236  
Nevada, 1925
  236  
New Jersey, 1929-66
  236  
New Mexico, 1930
  236  
New York (see separate series)
  236  
North Carolina, 1951
  236  
North Dakota
  236  
Ohio, 1931-66
  236  
Oklahoma, 1947-49
  236  
Oregon, 1949-67
  236  
Pennsylvania (see separate series)
  236  
South Dakota, 1927-31
  236  
Tennessee, 1951
  236  
Texas, 1923-52
  236  
Utah, 1919-47
  236  
Vermont, 1921
  236  
Virginia, 1948-52
  236  
Washington, 1947-52
  236  
West Virginia, 1927-48
  236  
Wisconsin, 1925-52
  236  
Wyoming, 1927-39