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Business Files, 1917-1960 (continued)
Numerical Files, 1917-1941 (continued)
Chamber of Commerce (U.S.), National Transportation Conference, Committees I, II, III, and V, galley proofs of reports, 1923
Folder 61
Chamber of Commerce (U.S.), National Transportation Conference, Committees I-V and Joint Subcommittee on Taxation, printed reports, 1923
Folder 62
Horner, correspondence re “English Cartage Practice” speech, Society of Automotive Engineers, Cleveland, Ohio, 1924
Childress, L. W., plan re optional store door service and discontinued use of trap cars, 1924
Folder 63
General Motors Corp., Traffic Association, opinions on trap car service, 1924
Folder 64
Horner, memorandum re General Motors Corp.'s role in commercial vehicle field, 1924 See also Oversize
Folder 65
Interstate Commerce Commission, report on gasoline railcars, 1923
Folder 66
Bureau of Railway Economics, report on gasoline railcars, 1922
BOX 33 Folder 67
Chamber of Commerce (U.S.), National Transportation Conference, Committees I, II, III, and V, minutes, 1923
Folder 68
Chamber of Commerce (U.S.), National Transportation Conference, Committee IV, correspondence re distribution of report, 1923
Folder 69
Chamber of Commerce (U.S.), National Transportation Conference, Committee IV, Subcommittee C, transportation regulation, 1923
Folder 70
Chamber of Commerce (U.S.), National Transportation Conference, Committee IV, Subcommittee B, use of motor trucks within terminal area, 1923
Folder 71
Chamber of Commerce (U.S.), National Transportation Conference, Committee IV, Subcommittee A, motor use outside terminal area, 1923
Folder 72
Chamber of Commerce (U.S.), National Transportation Conference, general meetings, Washington, D.C., 1924
Folder 73
Chamber of Commerce (U.S.), North Central Division meeting, Chicago, Ill., 1924
Folder 74
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co., reports, 1924, undated
Folder 75
Reading Co., miscellaneous notes and map, 1924, undated
Folder 76
New England region, memoranda and notes, 1924, undated
Folder 77
Great Northern Railway (British), bus line, 1924
Folder 78
Long Island Railroad, notes, undated
Folder 79
Pennsylvania Railroad, interviews, reports, and notes, 1924
Folder 80
Vail, J. J., report on Sibley system of freight delivery, 1924
Folder 81
General Motors Corp., receipts and vouchers, 1924-1925
Folder 82
Lehigh Valley Railroad, memoranda and notes, 1924, undated
Folder 83
Boston and Maine Railroad, negotiations with Stone's Express Co., 1925
Folder 84
General Motors Corp., Railroad Service Department, case book, 1924
Folder 85
Horner, “English Cartage Practice,” abstract of paper, Society of Automotive Engineers, Cleveland, Ohio, 1923
Institution of Automobile Engineers, pamphlets, London, England, 1923
BOX 34 Folder 86
Miscellaneous material re buses, 1923-1924
Turner, Daniel L., report on New York rapid transit traffic, 1925
Folder 87
Huntington, W. C., “Analysis of French Railroad Situation,” 1922
Ritchie, John A., biographical information, undated
Speech on relationship between railroads and motor transportation, undated
Swayne, Alfred H., obituary, 1937
Folder 88
Modern Transport, correspondence and incomplete draft of Horner article, 1925
Miscellaneous articles on freight delivery, 1923-1925
Folder 89
Reports re British and French gasoline railcars, undated
Folder 90
Lyford, Will H., Chicago and Eastern Railroad Co., interview and article, 1923-1925
Memorandum re taxicab concessions, New York, N.Y., 1930
Folder 91
Gasoline railcars, France, 1922, undated
Folders 92-96
Cincinnati, Ohio, case (#157), contract bidding for hauling less-than-carload freight, 1926-1927, undated
Folder 97
General Managers' Association of New York, Store Door Delivery Committee, 1925
Folder 98
Correspondence re trap cars and British collection and delivery practices, 1925-1926
Folder 99
Miscellaneous reports on store door delivery and less-than-carload freight handling, 1923-1925
Folder 100
Pennsylvania Railroad, report on store door and less-than-carload delivery, 1933
Folder 101
Horner, critique of paper on motor truck operation, undated
Folders 102-103
General Motors Corp., Railroad Service Department, personnel records, 1924-1931
BOX 35 Folder 104
General Motors Corp., Railroad Service Department, case reports, 1924-1925
Folder 105
Yellow Coach Manufacturing Co., motor coach proposal, Illinois Motor Transport Co., 1925
Maryland, report on passenger vehicles, 1923, undated
National Conference on City Planning, Baltimore, Md., 1923
Folder 106
New England bus operations, background material for discussion with electric railway officials, 1923
Folder 107
Chamber of Commerce (U.S.), National Transportation Conference, Committee IV, Herbert Hoover, 1923
Folder 108
Rozier, Capt. A., London General Omnibus Co., interview, 1923
Folder 109
Wright, Robert C., general traffic manager, Pennsylvania Railroad, interview, 1924
Chicago and North Western Railroad Co., report on motor delivery and transfer of freight, 1921
Folder 110
Swayne, Alfred H., “Traffic Problems,” 1925
Folders 111-112
General Managers' Association of New York, Special Door Store Delivery Committee, 1924-1925
Folder 113
Cabot, Philip, article on New England railroads, undated
American Electric Railway Association, reports on buses, 1923
General Motors Truck Co., memorandum re electric railway service abandonment, 1934
Folder 114
Mead, [?], interview on future of buses, undated
Fiechter, F. C., John Wanamaker (firm), interview, undated
Field notes from trips to Toronto, Canada; Pennyan, N.Y.; Philadelphia, Pa.; Waterbury, Conn.; and New York, N.Y., 1923
Folder 115
Swayne, Alfred H., correspondence re “Co-ordinating Highway and Railroad Transportation,” Commerce and Finance, 1925
Folder 116
Sloan, Alfred P., correspondence re articles in Spur and Modern Transport, 1925
Folder 117
Field notes, trips to Chicago, Ill., and Detroit, Mich., 1926
Folder 118
Miscellaneous notes from meetings, 1923, undated
Folders 119-120
Field notes re terminal facilities, 1925-1926
Folder 121
Railroad cartage practices, memoranda and notes re New York, N.Y., 1925
St. Louis, Mo., trip, correspondence and notes, 1924-1925
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