Found in 102 Collections and/or Records:
Roy Jay Holden, Jr. (1921-1989) was an authority on the handling of hazardous materials, working for the American Car and Foundry Industries (1947-1970) and the Bureau of Explosives of the Association of American Railroads (1980-1989). The collection documents his career in railroad tank car design and the handling of hazardous materials.
Map contains colored system that identifies various geological eras.
This collection contains photographs of the construction of the railroad in Huron, Ohio and images of the finished product.
Map shows Pocahontas Coal Field, with index of mines and their owners. Map is bordered by images of the mines listed on the map.
Map shows land in Pulaski, Virginia, owned by The Pulaski Land Co. and The Iron Belt Land, Mining, and Development Company. It contains an illustration in the upper left.
Full title reads, "Map of Roanoke County, Virginia, compiled from actual surveys, land maps, and data furnished by the Appalachia Electric Power Co., Virginia State Highway Dept., Norfolk & Western R. R., Virginian Railway" Map contains table of distances, statistics of Roanoke City, Salem, Vinton, and Roanoke County, historical origin of the city, and legend.
Map is rather bare, showing transportation in the form of railroads (both complete and in-progress), stage routes, and canal routes, and geographic features such as rivers and mountains. It shows towns that are connected by the routes, but little more.
Map of the Albemarle and Chesapeake Canal, Connecting Chesapeake Bay with Currituck, Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds and Their Tributary Streams
Undated map shows the Albemarle and Chesapeake Canal, identifying locks and tributaries. Map also contains some hand-written annotations.