Tennessee Central Railway Company Records, 1884-1968

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Sold at foreclosure summer of 1902 to Tennessee Central Railway Company. In. Cumberland County, from Big Apple or Johnson's Stand, to Jamestown ( ...

TENNESSEE CENTRAL RAILWAY COMPANY RECORDS 1884-1968

Processed by: Bob Bell Archival Technical Services

Manuscript Accession Number: 85-010 Microfilm Accession Number : 1653 Date Completed: 7-24-85 Location: XVI-E-J MICROFILMED

INTRODUCTION The Tennessee Central Railway Company Records are a part of the record of the eastwest railroad through Tennessee that operated between Hopkinsville, Kentucky, and the Harriman-Emory Gap. Judge William E. Miller of the U.S. District Court, Nashville, Tennessee, donated the collection to the Tennessee State Library and Archives. The records occupy 52.08 linear feet of shelf space and number approximately 2,700 items and 46 volumes. Single photocopies of unpublished writings in the Tennessee Central Railway Company records may be made for purposes of scholarly research.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Tennessee Central Railway Company Records, 1884-1968, are a partial record of the east-west railroad that crossed Tennessee from Clarksville to Harriman-Emory Gap, with an addition to Hopkinsville, Kentucky, in the west. The railway provided service to the midsection of the state. The organization and construction of the railway functioned similarly to other railroads during the last half of the nineteenth century: small short lines built first, then combined into the larger company. Lack of adequate finances hampered the company from its beginning, with several receiverships and bankruptcies occurring. The company ceased operations on August 31, 1968. A court-appointed trustee divided and sold the property to three competing railroads: the Illinois Central, the Louisville and Nashville, and the Southern Railway System. The collection consists of bills, claims, clippings, correspondence, court records, estimates, exhibits, financial documents, inventories, land records, legal documents, lists, maps, passes, printed materials, reports, schedules and studies. The majority of the collection are contracts, ranging from the leasing of small tracts for fishing camps and gardens on railroadowned land to multi-million dollar purchases of equipment. Also of interest is the information pertaining to the sale of the Tennessee Central beltline around southwestern Nashville for the Interstate 440 highway and details of loans from the Reconstruction Finance Corporation. An almost complete set of annual reports to the Interstate Commerce Commission from 1905 to 1968 provides interesting information as to types and amount of freight hauled, equipment, and finances.

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Following is a list of the companies found in this collection: Cumberland Plateau Railroad Company. Chartered January 22, 1901. Branch of Tennessee Central from Campbell Junction to Isoline. Started by Campbell Coal & Coke Company. Sold at foreclosure summer of 1902 to Tennessee Central Railway Company. In Cumberland County, from Big Apple or Johnson's Stand, to Jamestown (Fentress County). Kingston Bridge and Terminal Railway. Chartered September 23, 1899. Constructed a bridge. Nashville & Clarksville Railroad. Chartered April 16, 1901 (organized March 1, 1901). Built line from Nashville via Clarksville to Kentucky State line northwest of Clarksville. Later, extended to Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Changed name to Tennessee Central Railroad Company, April 30, 1902. Nashville & Knoxville Railroad Company. Organized March 1884. Built a track of railroad from Lebanon to Monterey with a branch from Carthage Junction to a point on Cumberland River opposite Carthage and a branch from Monterey to Crawford (deed 1889). Nashville Terminal Company. Built depot and yards at Nashville, leased for 99 years on May 1, 1902, to Tennessee Central Railway Company. Tennessee Central Company. Built and operated railroad line from Nashville to Lebanon. Tennessee Central Railroad Company (1909-1922). Sold under foreclosure January 10, 1922, to Tennessee Central Railway Company. Tennessee Central Railway. Organized June 1897. Railroad from Monterey to South Harriman, with short spurs or branches. Tennessee Central Railway Company. Filed for reorganization December 14, 1967, suspended operations August 31, 1968, and closed August 31, 1969. Tennessee Central Station Company. Built and leased stations to Tennessee Central Railway Company (Minutes 1927-1930).

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Tennessee Construction Company. General contractor for building of Tennessee Central Railway Company. Officers served as directors of railway. Sublet contract to Naugle, Holcomb, and Company, which in turn hired local resident contractors to handle actual construction. (1898) Tennessee Improvement Company. Contracted to build east end of TennesseeCentral Railway Company (ca. 1900).

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CHRONOLOGY 1884

Nashville & Knoxville Railroad Company chartered.

1893

Tennessee Central Railroad chartered.

1897

Tennessee Central Railway chartered.

1901

Cumberland Plateau Railroad Company chartered. Tennessee Central Railway Company chartered. Nashville & Clarksville Railroad chartered.

1902

In April, Nashville & Clarksville Railroad changed name to Tennessee Central Railroad Company and bought the following firms: TC Railway Co, TC Railway, and Nashville and Knoxville in May; TC Railroad in July; and Cumberland Plateau Railroad Company in September. Lebanon-Nashville line completed, first train South Harriman arrived May 27.

1903

First train from Nashville to Ashland City.

1904

Line completed to Hopkinsville, Kentucky.

1905

Leased to Illinois Central and Southern Railway Company.

1909

TC recovered operations from IC and Southern (Contract 277).

1912

TC placed in receivership under claim of Mercantile Trust Company, St. Louis, Missouri (continuing until January 10, 1922).

1918

Operated by United States Railroad Administration January 1, 1918, to March 1, 1920, then returned to receivership.

1922

Reorganized as Tennessee Central Railway Company on January 21, chartered January 26, and bought property from C. M. Hovey, who had bid it in under court sale from receivership. Took possession at midnight January 31.

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1954

Last steam locomotive retired.

1963

Agreement for sale of Nashville belt line to Tennessee Highway Department. Sale documents completed 1965-1967. Released to state in 1967.

1967

Filed for bankruptcy.

1968

A. Battle Rodes, Trustee, filed for abandonment. Operations ceased at midnight August 31. Illinois Central began operating west end in September following the Labor Day holiday.

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CONTAINER LIST Microfilm Roll #1______________________________________________________________ Box 1: Belt Line 1. Abandonment of Belt Line: preparations for application, March 15, 1965: ICC action February 18, 1966. 2. Abandonment savings, May 10, 1962 and 1966. 3. Agreement with Tennessee Highway Department, 1965. 4. Appraisal in 1956 by L. R. Kavanaugh and J. Louis Wrenne. 5. Appraisals on real estate of Nashville shops, yards, and office building, 1958 and 1965. 6. Appraisal estimates and rough figures, 1963. 7. Appraisals: and correspondence between Leo Nielson, President, and George M. Kevlin, General Counsel. 8. Appraisal and comments on sale, 1963. Box 2: Belt Line 1. Belt Line sale and original proposal data, 1960. 2. Correction of deeds, 1966. 3. Cost of new connection to Louisville and Nashville Railroad via Vine Hill and 19th Avenue North, January 4, 1966. 4. Documents for sale of right-of-way to Tennessee Department of Highways, 1965 and 1966. 5. Exhibits A and C: land descriptions for proposed L&N interchanges: engineering maps of Vine Hill and 19th Avenue North. 6. Legal process in sale of Belt Line to State of Tennessee for interstate Highway 440, 1966. 7. L&N study on takeover: summary of Tennessee Central operations and equipment as of November 1967. 8. Map — Proposed connection at Third Avenue North, 1966. 9. Maps — Crawford Branch, January, 1969 and Nashville and Belt Line, 1968 10. Negotiations for sale to State of Tennessee and trackage rights on L&N, 1965-1966. 11. Oman Construction Company bill for survey on River Route (west bank of Cumberland River). Box 3: Belt Line 1. Proposal for extension on debt to U.S. Government (RFC). 2. Quit-claim deeds, title corrections, April 1967. 3. Release of Belt Line property to State of Tennessee, 1967. 4. River Route relocation estimate, 1966. 5. Sale agreement: ICC abandonment: Tennessee Central option to State 1965. 6. Sale cash applied to debt with U.S. Treasury 7. Supplemental agreement with State of Tennessee, 1966. 8. Trackage agreement, 1959-1960.

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Box 4: Belt Line 1. Trackage rights — Abandonment of right-of-way — ICC Dockets 23801 and 23802, 1965. 2. “ ” L&N correspondence — with maps, 1959. 3. “ ” L&N correspondence, 1960. 4. Trackage Rights — L&N Correspondence, 1962-1965. 5. “ ” Negotiations — J. R. Brewster, TC comptroller, and C. Grissom, VP, L&N, 1962. 6. “ ” Proposal with L&N Railroad, 1960. Microfilm Roll #2______________________________________________________________ Box 5: Correspondence 1. Author Unknown. 2. American Can Co. - Carrier, R. E. 3. Day, F. K. - Fitzmayer, J. R. 4. Fossick, J. L, Jr. 5. Girard Trust Bank - Gould-National Batteries. 6. Hackney, E. S. - Love, C. A. 7. McCabe, Robert - Pitts, John A. 8. R. W. Booker & Associates - Stanley, H. W. 9. Tatum, Robert S. - Young, W. H. Box 6: Final Bankruptcy 1. Claims — Filing notice, March 5, 1968. 2. Compensation for trustee and attorney, October 9, 1970. 3. Court Orders — l, 2, 4, 6 - 9, 1967-1968. 4. “ ” 11, 13, 14, 16, 17, 19, 20, 24, 26, 29, 1968. 5. “ ” 33, 35, 37, 42, 48, 50, 53, 54, 94, 99, 1968-1971. 6. Court Orders, petitions — Miscellaneous, 1968. 7. Creditors, December 31, 1967. 8. Employee's closing notices, 1968. 9. Interline accounts closed, August 31, 1969. 10. Objections to certain claims, October 31, 1969. 11. Real Property — Non-operating and prospective purchasers, 1970. 12. Reorganization Petition in U. S. District Court, December 13, 1967. 13. Salvage, February 1969. 14. Stockholders, December 14, 1967 and May 13, 1968. 15. Trustee's Claim Register, 1968.

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Box 7: Financial 1. Annual Reports — 1955, 1957, 1958, 1960, 1965, 1967. 2. Balance Sheets — General — Monthly for 1954 (May missing). 3. Balances — Monthly trial for 1966 (sample). 4. Balance Sheet — December. 31, 1968. 5. Balance Sheet Adjustments, 1941-1944 6. Bills, January and February 1967 (sample). 7. Bills — Miscellaneous, 1957 and 1960. 8. Car Loadings, 1967. 9. Dividends — Preferred stock, 1926-1937. 10. Estimated cash flow, 1966. 11. Excess profits returns, 1941-1942. 12. Freight damage claims, December 1968. Box 8: Financial-Equipment 1. Derailment Costs (sample), 1966. 2. Trust Series C: Application and agreements, 1926. 3. “ ” D: RFC, l 940-1946. 4. “ ” D: bonds, 1940. 5. “ ” E: bonds, 1942 & 1949: Series F: 1949 6. “ ” H: Report on condition of hopper cars, 1966. 7 . Conditional Sales, releases, and equipment trust agreements, 1949-1962. 7a. Trust Series H: Correspondence, 1967-1968. Microfilm Roll #3______________________________________________________________ Box 9: Financial-Equipment 1. Trust Series G: Four diesel locomotives, 1952. 2. Leased cars returned, 1963-1968. 3. Leasing and rebuilding correspondence, 1967. 4. Leasing on pulpwood racks, 1967. 5. Loss and damage correspondence, July-December 1968. 6. Repair cost for diesel derailed at Carthage Junction, September 23, 1967. 7. Retirement and sale of equipment and property, 1963-1968. 8. Sale and release of locomotives 259 and 260, October 1966. Box 10: Financial-Equipment 1. Trailer on Flat Car (TOFC), June 1967 and June 1968. 2. Scrapped cars correspondence, 1967-1968. 3. Wood chip hoppers rebuilt, 1968. 4. Inventory for sale at close, 1969. 5. Purchases by L&N, 1969. 6. Purchases by L&N, 1969.

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Box 11: Financial 1. Equipment: Sold to Illinois Central Railroad, 1969. 2. Miscellaneous sales, 1969. 3. Detailed inventory as of September 30, 1952. 4. Inventory, March 1968. 5. Exhibits to ICC application to issue securities, September 26, 1942. 6. Journal entries, January 1968. Box 12: Financial 1. First Mortgage, April 1, 1922. 2. First Mortgage, April 1, 1937. Microfilm Roll #4______________________________________________________________ 3. Correspondence — North-South rate study for ICC, 1959-1965. 4. “ ” 1960. 5. North-South rate hearing, April 14, 1969 6. Correspondence on interchange car rental rate, 1955-1968 7. “ ” ICC study on car per diem rates, 1961-1968. Box 13: Financial 1. Interline car rent claims, December 1961. 2. “ ” claims — New York, New Haven and Hartford R.R, 1949-1968. 3. “ ” freight claims for March, 1969. 4. “ ” freight waybills for, May, 1968. 5. Revenues and actual for 1965 and estimates for 1966. 6. Operating expense estimates for 1965-1970. 7. “ ” monthly revenues statement, 1954. 8. Operating revenues for January-February 1968. Box 14: Financial 1. Financial data for 1968. 2. “ ” monthly reports, January- March 1968. 3. “ ” statement worksheets, December 1957. 4. “ ” June 24, 1966. 5. ICC monthly reports, 1954. 6. Income account, 1954. 7. Insurance and policies, 1968. 8. “ ” schedules, 1968. 9. “ ” on equipment and leasing, 1968. 10. Payroll data, 1948-1954 and 1968. 11. Profit and loss statement to ICC, December 31, 1967. 12. Reimbursement of expenses to employees, 1967.

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Box 15: Financial 1. Overcharge claims by General Accounting Office (sample), 1965 and 1966. 2. Sale of railroad: financial data correspondence, July 15, 1968. 3. Scrap sales, 1968-1969. 4. Statements of finances for 1966-1967. 5. Taxes ad valorem for 1966-1967. 6. Tax report ad valorem for 1967 (includes inventory of real property for 1968). 7. Tax report ad valorem for 1969 (lists all Tennessee property). Microfilm Roll #5______________________________________________________________ 8. Tax Federal income — work sheets for IRS report, 1941-44. 9. “ ” 1943-1950. Box 16: Financial 1. Tax — IRS calculations for 1951, 1952, 1953, and 1954. 2. “ ” return for 1967. 3. “ ” information return for 1967. 4. Tax data for 1968 5. Tax — Kentucky property return, 1960. 6. “ ” 1961 and 1962. 7. “ ” 1963 and 1964. 8. “ ” 1965 and 1966. 9. “ ” 1967 and 1968. 10. Tax — Kentucky income and occupational license, 1967-1968. Box 17: Financial 1. Tax — Kentucky sales and use, 1968. 2. “ ” receipts (Tennessee property), 1962 -1964. 3. “ ” Tennessee sales and use, 1967-1968. 4. “ ” liability statement, October 6, 1947. 5. Trustee's asset liquidation account, August 1970. 6. “ “ miscellaneous correspondence (includes county-by-county list of taxes paid by L&N R.R.), May 1970. 7. Tennessee Forging Steel Corporation billings. 8. Trackage betterments, 1956. 9. Washouts on Caney Fork River, January 1903. 10. Trackage data — bridges, etc, undated. 11. “ ” Koppers Company tie orders, 1961-1968.

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Box 18: Land Records 1. Drawings — Emory River bridge. 2. Right-of-way Sketches — Green Hill, Tennessee, et al, November 1946. 3. “ ” for leased land in Davidson County, April 1968. (East: Mile 0 to 13.6: West Mile H-2 to H-22.) 4. Right-of-way Sketches in Nashville. To 1969. 5. “ ” on leased property in Wilson County, April 1968. (Mile 13.6 to 50.1 : East.) 6. Right-of-way Sketches on leased property in Smith County. (Mile 50.1 to 69: East.) 7. “ ” in Putnam County. (Mile 69 to 111.6: East.) 8. “ ” in Monterey. (Mile 109: East.) 9. “ ” in Cumberland County, April 1968. (Mile 111.6 to 152.6: East.) 10. Right-of-way Sketches on leased property in Cheatham, Montgomery, and Christian Counties in Kentucky, April 1968. (Mile H22.5 to H68.6) 11. Insurance Contract and evaluations on buildings and bridges, June 1, 1967. 12. Leased land along right-of-way from Hopkinsville to Harriman, January 1968. 13. Sample contract for state highway underpass, September 1968. Box 19: Legal Documents 1 . Carnegie Steel Company — Contract assignment, 1899. 2. Central Property Company — Minutes and stock record, 1907-1914. 3. Cumberland Construction Company — Contracts, 1899. 4. “ ” Cost records, 1902. 5. “ ” Materials land dispute, 1899. 6. “ ” Subcontract with Naugle, Holcomb, and Company for actual construction of railroad, 1898. 7. Cumberland Construction Company — Minutes, 1897-1900 and Sale of bonds-, October 7, 1902 8. Steel consumption in original construction, 1900. 9. Tennessee Construction Company — Correspondence, 1901. 10. Watt v. Tennessee Central Railway — bond default, 1903(?). 11. Weir Frog Company — Correspondence on steel supplies, 1900.

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Box 20: Legal Documents 1. Chancery Court petition to refinance Nashville & Knoxville Railroad, 1904. Microfilm Roll #6______________________________________________________________ 2. Cumberland Plateau Railroad Company — Correspondence and minutes of organization, 1901. 3. Cumberland Plateau Railroad Company — Minutes, January 1901 and Lease, February 26, 1901. 4. Kingston Bridge and Terminal Company — Charter and lease, 1899 . 5. Nashville & Knoxville Railroad Company — Charter, March 18, 1884. 6. Original minutes — lease by Tennessee Central, 1898 (?). 7. Nashville & Knoxville Railroad Company — Owners of bonds, 1901-1903. 8. Purchase indenture, May l902. 9. Terminal Company — Contracts, 1903-1908. Stockholders lists, 1905-1913. Correspondence on annual meetings, 1898, 1901, and 1917-1918. 10. Nashville Terminal Company — Cancellation of contract with Cumberland Construction Company, 1901. 11. Nashville Terminal Company — Index book for deeds and contracts, 1917-1918. 12. Grants by City of Nashville, 1906. 13. First mortgage, January 1, 1902. 14. Stock receipts, 1903 and sale of all property, October 1936, Box 21: Legal Documents 1. Bond campaigns in Van Buren County, 1899 and Cumberland County, 1898. 2. Bond receipts, 1902. 3. Contracts to build track at Indian Hollow, 1895. 4. Charters (copies) of Tennessee Central Railway, 1901 and Nashville & Clarksville Railway Company. 5. Contract for construction of railway, ca. 1900. 6. Corporate history of Tennessee Central Railroad Company as of June 30, 1918 (very detailed). 7. Charter and by-laws,1922 deed. 8. Construction support by Cumberland County, August 23, 1898. 9. Directors' meetings minutes, 1899-1900, and 1956-1958. 10. Minute book of Executive and Finance Committee of Tennessee Central RR Company, 1909. 11. Directors' meeting — changing stock valuation, April 16, 1958. 12. Maps of grants in Roane Iron area (Rockwood), no date. 13. Monogram drawing of Tennessee Central emblem, 1900. 14. Mortgage, January 1, 1904. 15. Company history, October 1966. 16. Stock preferred transfers, 1956-1959. 17. Stock transfer sheets (example), 1958.

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18. Stockholders' meeting minutes, 1899 and 1956-1958. 19. Tennessee Improvement Company — Construction contract Monterey to Kingston, 1895. Box 22: Legal Documents 1. Charters — Tennessee Central RR Co, 1893 and 1897 — with amendment to Kingston and Knoxville 1917. 2. Court order — Title of right-of-way to Dupont Plant, Old Hickory, TN, 1923. 3. Davidson County right-of-way over Nashville Terminal property for Two River Bridges — Sparkman and Jefferson Streets, 1907. 4. Equipment release — Ralla Wells and Edward F. Gottra, 1905. 5. Lease — purchase of house — John Henderson Papers, 1898. 6. Receivership court records — Suit over 1922 taxes. 7. Sale of properties — M. Hovey and wife to Tennessee Central RR Co, 1922. 8. Senate bill for state ownership of railroads (vetoed), 1968. 9. Shipping interests and resources of White County, 1899. 10. Stock certificates, 1901. 11. Stock certificates — Specimens. 12. Stockholders' proxies, 1899. 13. Stockholders' proxies, 1902. 14. Stockholders' proxies, 1896 — stock issued 1905 — tax receipts, 1894. 15. Stock transactions, 1958. Box 23:Legal Documents 1. Contract A — J.E. Jones and Nashville & Knoxville Railroad — water supply at Monterey, June 1900. 2. Contract B — M.W. Morrow — Section of Monterey Branch, September 1900. 3. Contract C — Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway, and Nashville and Knoxville Railroad — Traffic agreement, October 1900. 4. Contract D — Receipt for stock from J.C. Van Blarcom, April 1902. 5. Contract E — W.T. Hardison, Nashville — Office space in Hardison Building, Sparkman and Front Streets, June 1902. 6. Contract F — W.J. Oliver and Company — Construction of Roadbed from Nashville to Clarksville, June 1902. 7. Contract G — Nashville Terminal Company, John A. Pitts and William D. Witherspoon, Attorneys-at-Law, Nashville: Salary for General Counsel, June 1902. 8. Contract H — W.T. Hardison and Company, Nashville: Sand elevator at Broad Street Yard, July 1902. 9. Contract J — J.G. Cook, Nashville: Screen wagon mail transfer, October 1902. 10. Contract 3 — H.B. Bond, Lebanon: Icehouse land lease, July 1902. 11. Contract 4 — B.F. Lester and Alex Perry, Nashville, W.B. Estes, Shop Springs, and John C. Sanders, Lebanon: Spur for stock year, July 1902.

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12. Contract 5 — John A. Pitts, Nashville, General Counsel: William D. Witherspoon, Assistant General Counsel, June 1902. 13. Contract 6 — Algood Stave Company: Open shed, May 1902. 14. Contract 7 — Nashville City Transfer Company: passenger transfer to depots, steamboat landings and hotels, September 1903. 15. Contract 10 — Guildford Dudley, et al: loan from railroad to aid New Publishing Company and Nashville Daily News, August 1903. 16. Contract 14 — Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company: Overpass in South Nashville, August 1902. 17. Contract 15 — Rock City Coal Company, Nashville: Coal and wood yard, October 1904. 18. Contract 16 — Herriford Transfer Company, Nashville: Drayage from depot July 1902. 19. Contract 17 — Perry and Lester, Nashville: Coal yard and scales, August 1902. 20. Contract 18 — Moody, Vaughn, and Company, Nashville: Construction of station at Monterey, July 1902. 21. Contract 19 — P. Brady, Nashville: coal yard lease on Nestor Street, May 1905. 22. Contract 23 — American Car & Foundry Company, St. Louis: order for passenger and baggage cars, July 1902. 23. Contract 24 — American Car & Foundry Company, St. Louis: purchase of caboose and freight cars, July 1902. 24. Contract 25 — American Car & Foundry Company, St. Louis: freight cars, September 1900. 25. Contract 26 — Central Car Trust Co, New Jersey: 100 boxcars, July 7, 1902. 26. Contract 29 — Southern Express Co: parcel service, August 1902. 27. Contract 30 — Subscriptions to railroad by citizens of Hopkinsville, KY, May 1903. 28. Contract 32 — Roane Iron Co, Rockwood: spur to Wright slope, August 1900. 29. Contract 33 — Tennessee Chemical Co, Nashville: warehouse at Algood, September 1902. 30. Contract 34 — City of Nashville: election on subscription to Nashville, Florence and Northern Railroad, December 1900. 31. Contract 38 — Rufus Powell and wife, Brooklyn, NY: land at Westel, Cumberland County, extension on time, September 1902. 32. Contract 40 — Home Coal Company: sale of Locomotive #7, Nashville and Knoxville Railroad, September 1902. 33. Contract 41 — J. H. Neil: rates on tie shipments, September 1902. 34. Contract 43 — W. T. Hardison Co: lease on Nashville riverfront land, June 1904. 35. Contract 44 — C. E. Cooper, Nashville: house rental, November 1903. 36. Contract 45 — Western Union Telegraph Co: contract mileage, 1902-1918. 37. Contract 45 — Western Union Telegraph Co.: sale of poles and wire, Emory Gap to Nashville, August 1902. 38. Contract 46 — Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Co.: Nashville, phone service, November 1908. 39. Contract 47 — Right-of-way at Emory Gap from Cincinnati, New Orleans: and Texas Pacific Railway Company, June 1900.

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40. Contract 48 — Kingston Bridge & Terminal Railway: lease on bridge to Tennessee Central, January 1901. Box 24: Legal Documents 1. Contract 58 — Nashville & Knoxville Railroad Co.: joint use of N&K facilities at Monterey, July 26, 1900. 2. Contract 60 — Cumberland Construction Co.: sale of equipment to railway, October 25, 1900. 3. Contract 64 — Naugle, Holcomb & Co.: use of line before completion, September. 1900. 4. Contract 67 — Connecticut Fire Ins. Co.: insurance policy on dwelling, July 1903. 5. Contract 68 — Galena Signal Oil Co, Franklin, PA: lubricating oil, March 1903. 6. Contract 69 — Simplex Railway Appliance Co.: springs, etc, November 1904. 7. Contract 70 — Pullman Co.: contract for sleeping car service, March 1903. 8. Contract 71 — Stewart & Bruckner, Iron & Brass Founders & Machinists: gray iron castings, November 1904. 9. Contract 73 — A. L. Fensley Brass Co.: journal bearings, castings, February 1903. 10. Contract 74 — Carthage, TN: donation to bridge construction, July 1903. 11. Contract 75 — Tennessee Construction Co.: sale of locomotive to new railroad, September 1903. 12. Contract 77 — St. Louis Car & Wheel Co.: supply of car wheels, August 1904. 13. Income tax data for 1913, February 1914. 14. Contract 81 — Tennessee Construction Co.: new contract for railroad construction, May 1902. 15. Contract 83 — Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co: crossing near Kennedys, KY, (Edgoten). February 1903. 16. Contract 84 — Cumberland Construction Co.: release, October 1902. 17. Contract 85 — Nashville Trunk & Manufacturing Co.: warehouse lease, September 1903. 18. Contract 86 — Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Co.: Emory Gap, lease for office building. October 1901. 19. Contract 87 — Manning & Pettus, Clarksville: store-door delivery, November 1903. 20. Contract 88 — W. C. Byers, Putnam County: water from springs, December 1982. 21. Contract 90 — McCord & Co.: journal boxes, November 1903. 22. Contract 91 — Burk & Co, Nashville: uniforms for passenger train employees, April 1905. 23. Contract 92 — Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co.: crossing at Clarksville, February 1903. 24. Contract 93 — Harriman Ice & Coal Co, Monterey: ice warehouse, April 1903. 25. Contract 95 — W T Hardison & Co, Nashville: Front Street lease, June 1903. 26. Contract 96 — Wye at Daysville (cover envelope only, no documents) (Deed File A-81). 27. Contract 97 — American Surety Co, New York: surety on right-of-way Conds, September 1902. 28. Contract 98 — Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co.: crossing at Vine Hill (Nashville), April 1903.

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29. Contract 100 — Callahan, McDowell & Co, Knoxville: railroad construction Nashville to Lebanon, May 1901. 30. Contract 100A — Tennessee Construction Co. and American Bridge Co. of New York: payment delays, December 1903. Box 25: Legal Documents 1. Contract 103 — Crawford Coal & Iron Co.: coal for Perry & Lester Coal & Ice Co, Nashville, April 1903. Microfilm Roll #7______________________________________________________________ 2. Contract 104 — Homestead Building, Nashville: office lease, August 1902. 3. Contract 105 — Atlantic Lumber Co.: cancellation of 1901 contract, January 1903. 4. Contract 106 — W.J. Oliver & Co.: settlement on construction cost, December 1903. 5. Contract 107 — Fakes Coal & Lumber Co, Lebanon: siding, June 1903. 6. Contract 108 — Carnegie Steel Co, St. Louis: purchase of steel rail, June 1902. 7. Contract 110 — Illinois Steel Co, Chicago: purchase of steel rail, September 1903. 8. Contract 111 — Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Co.: track changes at intersection (Emory Gap), May 1900. 9. Contract 113 — Bond subscriptions, 1897. 10. Contract 114 — Thuringen Ins. Co. of Erfurt, Germany: insurance on dwelling in Clarksville, August 1906. 11. Contract 117 — Manning & Pettus, Clarksville: lease of Spring Street tract, March 1904 (superseded by #456). 12. Contract 118 — Fentress Coal & Coke Co.: bond purchase option, April 1913. 13. Contract 121 — Illinois Central Railroad Company: joint use of Hopkinsville station and facilities, December 14, 1903. 14. Contract 122 — Holcomb-Lobb Co.: freight rates on cross ties, July 1903. 15. Contract 123 — National-Fulton Brass Mfg. Co.: brass castings and bearings, January 1905. 16. Contract 125 — Kentucky Tobacco Product Co.: track scale at Clarksville, March 1904. 17. Contract 126 — Clear Creek Coal Company: track in Cumberland County (Isolene), October 1908. 18. Contract 127 — American Bridge Co.: bridges on Crawford Extension, lien notice, April 1904. 19. Contract 128 — A. J. Mofield: warehouse at Algood, May 1904. 20. Contract 129 — American Steel & Wire Co, Chicago: lien for fences, April 1904. 21. Contract 130 — Collateral Trust Agreement with Mississippi Valley Trust Co, St. Louis: Trustee, prior lien bonds, $4,014,000, May 1904. 22. Contract 131 — Gordonsville Milling Co.: stock pens, July 1904. 23. Contract 132 — Maxwell Brothers Grocery Co, Cookeville: warehouse, December 1905. 24. Contract 133 — H. T. Pointer, Algood: icehouse, July 1904. 25. Contract 134 — Standard Oil Co.: warehouse at Algood, July 1904. 26. Contract 135 — H. D. Whitson, Cookeville: coal shed, August 1904.

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27. Contract 136 — John T. Landis, Nashville, News Publishing Co, and Nashville Daily News: stock transfers and loans, July 1904. 28. Contract 137 — W. T. Hardison & Co, Nashville: lease on South Front Street, June 1904. 29. Contract 138 — Barbee, Donnell, and Hertzkn Shop Springs: warehouse, July 1904. 30. Contract 139 — Jesse Barnes, Putnam County: land on Caney Fork River, May 1904. Box 26: Legal Documents 1. Contract 140 — W. B. Troy: contract for crushed rock, June 1904. 2. Contract 141 — Tennessee Hydrate Lime Co, Nashville: lease for plant, May 1904. 3. Contract 142 — J. H. Ambrose and C. B. Huggins Monterey: pump house, August 1904. 4. Contract 143 — M. M. Elkan & Co, contractors: grading, etc, for roadbed: specifications, May 1904. 5. Contract 144 — American Bridge Co, New York: bridge construction over Spruce Street, Nashville, July 1904. 6. Contract 145 — City of Clarksville: agreement on construction items, August 1904 7. Contract 146 — Simplex Railway Appliance Co.: brake beams for cars, November 1904. 8. Contract 147 — Simplex Railway Appliance Co.: truck bolsters, November 1904. 9. Contract 148 — Holcomb-Lobb Co, Chicago: cross tie storage, October 1904. 10. Contract 149 — J.G. Hynds Shoe Mfg. Co.: lease, October 1904. 11. Contract 150 — T.E. Goff, Monterey: icehouse, October 1904. 12. Contract 152 — T. E. Goff, Monterey: icehouse, October 1904. 13. Contract 152 — W. N. McDonald, Nashville: grading Front Street yards, November 1904. 14. Contract 153 — W. J. Oliver, general contractor, Knoxville, Fall Creek Collieries: Ozone coal mine development: specifications for spur tracks, November 1904. (Same as 190.) 15. Contract 154 — Pointer & Draper, Algood: land for warehouse, January 1905. 16. Contract 155 — Howe Ice Company, Nashville: Nashville Terminal Co.: right-of-way for Hamilton Street line, contract missing, letter only, July 1916. 17. Contract 156 — Nashville Title Co.: storage room for blank bonds, December 1904. 18. Contract 157 — Moore-Jones Brass & Metal Co.: St. Louis car and engine bearing brasses, November 1903. 19. Contract 158 — Spalding Lumber Co, Chicago: railroad office space, April 1904. 20. Contract 159 — Holcomb-Lobb Co.: tie storage on Crawford Branch, January 1909 (original in Contract 321). 21. Contract 160 — Holcomb-Lobb Tie Co, Lovejoy, TN: storage, January 1905. 22. Contract 161 — Holcomb-Lobb Tie Co.: storage yard, January 1905. 23. Contract 162 — Holcomb-Lobb Tie Co.: tie storage, January 1905. 24. Contract 163 — G. A. Jackson, Green Hill, Wilson County: cultivation land, December 1904. 25. Contract 164 — T. H. Flowers, Cheatham County: store building, December 1905. 26. Contract 165 — John P. Dale Machinery Co, Nashville: gravel yard, November 1904.

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Box 27: Legal Documents 1. Contract 166 — Granitoid Construction Co, Nashville: lease for gravel and stone business, September 1905. 2. Contract 167 — W. J. Oliver, Knoxville: contractor spur track at Carthage, March 1905. 3. Contract 168 — S. V. Little, Welch, TN: land for store building, March 1905. 4. Contract 169 — American Steel Foundries: coupler parts, July 1905. 5. Contract 170 — Clear Creek Coal Co.: coal supply, April 1905. 6. Contract 171 — Monterey Stave & Lumber Co.: water for plant, April 1905. 7. Contract 172 — T. H. Dunlap, Nashville: spur to mill and lumberyard, March 1905. 8. Contract 173 — Harriman Ice & Coal Co.: icehouse, April 1905. 9. Contract 175 — S. E. Philpot & Co, Nashville: office on Union Street, November 1903. 10. Contract 176 — C . L. Coleman, Clarksville: purchase of cottages, April 1905. 11. Contract 177 — F. A. Lester and Company, Chicago: Locomotive tires, November 1904. 12. Contract 181 — American Snuff Co, Nashville: encroachment of switch, December 1904. 13. Contract 182 — C. A. Douglas: warehouse at Algood, June 1903. 14. Contract 183 — Engine men and Firemen: agreement and rates of pay, August 1, 1904. 15. Contract 184 — Yardmaster, Conductors, Brakemen, etc: agreement and rates of pay, August 1904. 16. Contract 185 — Carthage Hoop & Lumber Co.: storage shed, . May 1905 17. Contract 186 — Cumberland River Coal Co.: locomotive and stove coal supply, June 1904. 18. Contract 188 — American Car & Foundry Co.: freight cars, September 1900. 19. Contract 189 — Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co.: track changes, May 1905. 20. Contract 190 — Fall Creek Collieries, Ozone: spurs for mines, November 1904. 21. Contract 191 — Obey River Coal Co.: spur track to mines, April 1905. 22. Contract 192 — J. M. Dickson & Co, Clarksville: house lease, June 1905. 23. Contract 193 — Wright Lime Co, Nashville: warehouse, July 1905. 24. Contract 194 — Independence Snuff Co.: fence, April 1905. 25. Contract 196 — Gulf Refining Co.: land in Nashville for spur and bulk plant, September 1905. 26. Contract 200 — George S. Matthews: fertilizer storehouse at Algood, July 1905. Box 28: Legal Documents 1. Contract 201 — John Broderick, Nashville: coal yard, August 1905. 2. Contract 202 — Mississippi Valley Trust Co, St. Louis: prior lien gold bonds, November 1905. 3. Contract 203 — Cancelled prior lien gold bonds, November 1905. 4. Contract 205 — Tennessee Construction Co, Standard Trust Co. of New York, and Colonial Trust Co.: mortgage bonds, August 1905. 5. Contract 207 — Kentucky Secretary of State: change of agents at Hopkinsville, May 1917. 6. Contract 209 — Nashville Terminal Realty Co: spur track to Nashville Carbon & Oil Co, August 1906.

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7. Contract 210 — Nashville Terminal Realty Co.: spur to Johnson Construction Co, August 1906. 8. Contract 210A — Nashville Terminal Realty Co.: Cumberland River Coal Co. spur, July 1906. 9. Contract 211 — Nashville Terminal Realty Co.: spur to Bush's Brick Yard, August 1906. 10. Contract 213 — Nashville Terminal Realty Co.: yards to serve Front Street, August 1906. 11. Contract 215 — Illinois Central Railroad Co.: trackage rights, Nashville to Hopkinsville, KY, November 1905. 12. Contract 216 — Southern Railway Co.: operation of line from Nashville to Harriman: use of 2/3 of rolling stock, November 1905. 13. Contract 217 — Nashville Terminal Co.: use of tracks and property in Davidson County, December 1, 1905. 14. Contract 218 — Nashville Terminal Co.: to handle switching in Nashville for Southern Railway Co. and Illinois Central Railroad Co, November 1905. 15. Contract 219 — Capital stock issued as of May 14, 1906. 16. Contract 220 — Stockholders' meetings and lists, October 1905. 17. Contract 221 — First National Bank Building, Nashville: office lease, December 1907. 18. Contract 222 — Western Union Telegraph Co.: sale of telegraph lines, February 1907. 19. Contract 222A — Nashville Terminal Co.: driveway, February 1907. 20. Contract 223 — Howe Ice Co, Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co.: right-of-way, February 1915. 21. Contract 224 — Nashville Terminal Realty Co.: spur to Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Co, March 1907. 22. Contract 225 — Nashville Terminal Realty Co, Basin Alley track, March 1907. 23. Contract 226 — Annual report to Tennessee Secretary of State 1907, 1913, and 1916. 24. Contract 227 — Cumberland Telephone Co.: private branch exchange, December 1908. 25. Contract 229 — J. J. Rye, Clarksville: private crossing, June 1907. 26. Contract 232 — Henry Toomes, Nashville: water flow damage, June 1907. 27. Contract 233 — Robert Watkins, Nashville: water flow damage, June 1907. 28. Contract 234— D. L. Martin and Sam Gordon, Nashville: water flow damage, June 1907. 29. Contract 235 — B. A. James Mfg. Co, Clarksville: factory yard, July 1907. 30. Contract 235A — J. W. Stuart, Chapmansboro: ground lease, July 1907. 31. Contract 236 — Nashville Terminal Realty Co.: extension of spur to Kentucky Coal Mining Co, January 1908. Box 29: Legal Documents 1. Contract 237 — Illinois Central Railroad Co.: lease on spur track, April 1908. 2. Contract 238 — T. J. McClard, Carthage: mail transfer, train to Post Office, August 1908. 3. Contract 239 — U.S. Post Office: compensation for hauling mail, September 1908. 4. Contract 240 — Webb C. Ball Co.: standard clocks, watch inspections, August 1908. 5. Contract 241 — American Railway Express, New York: operating agreement, July 1908. 6. Contract 242 — H.B. Bond, Lebanon: icehouse lease, July 1908.

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7. Contract 243 — The Arcade Co, Nashville: offices and ticket office lease, January 1909. 8. Contract 244 — Automatic Weighing Machine Co.: vending machines in depots, September 1908. 9. Contract 245 — Illinois Central Railroad Co. and Nashville Terminal and Realty Co.: operation of railroad re-assumed by Tennessee Central, June 25, 1908. 10. Contract 246 — Nashville City Transfer Co.: passenger and baggage transfer, September 1908. 11. Contract 247 — Knoxville Banking & Trust Co.: office lease, October 1908. 12. Contract 248 — Travelers Insurance Co.: sale of accident insurance tickets, October 1908. 13. Contract 249 — Standard Oil Co, Watertown: lease, July 1910. 14. Contract 250 — Crab Orchard Lime Works: spur track, October 1908. Box 30: Legal Documents 1. Contract 251 — Nashville Interurban Railway: correction of crossing agreement on Franklin Road (Melrose), October 1908. 2. Contract 252 — By-laws adopted at stockholders' meeting, October 5, 1908. 3. Contract 253 — Central Telephone Co.: transportation-phone service swap, October 1908. 4. Contract 254 — Travelers Insurance Co, Hartford, CT: of insurance from employees, September 1908. 5. Contract 255 — Alex Perry et ux: deed to Davidson County land, June 1901. 6. Contract 256 — Gulf Red Cedar Co, Lebanon: spur track, October 1908. 7. Contract 257 — Corner Realty Co, Nashville: office space in First National Bank Building, August 1908. 8. Contract 258 — M. E. Allen, Nashville: warehouse-depot, December 1908. 9. Contract 259 — A. L. Comstock, Hopkinsville, KY: pasture lease, July 1908. 10. Contract 260 — Mecklenberg Realty Co, Nashville: offices in Stahlman Building, November 1908. 11. Contract 261 — Carthage Tobacco Works: warehouse, November 1908 12. Contract 262 — Miller & Co, Nashville: spur track, May 1909. 13. Contract 263 — Manufacturers' Cotton Compress & Warehouse Co, Nashville: siding, December 1908. 14. Contract 264 — Pettus Transfer Co, Clarksville: drayage, September 1908. 15. Contract 265 — Southern Schools of Railway Science: employee education, October 1908. 16. Contract 266 — T. J. Hays, Trustee, Acklen Park (Nashville): bond for underpass, November 1908. 17. Contract 267 — Highland Coal & Lumber Company, Nashville: coal tipple on Crawford Branch, November 1918. 18. Contract 267A — Naive Spillers Co.: Carthage lease, November 1908. 19. Contract 268 — Phillips & Buttorff buckets: January 1909. 20. Contract 269 — Louisville Packing Co.: lease of Harriman depot building, January 1909. 21. Contract 270 — Gainesboro Telephone Co.: transportation for workmen, October 1908. 22. Contract 271 — W. T. Hardison Co, Nashville: pipe storage, February 1909.

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23. Contract 272 — G. A. Jackson, Green Hill: cultivation lease, January 1909. 24. Contract 273 — Blanchard & Mills Co, Johnson Stand: spur track, May 1909. 25. Contract 274 — City of Nashville: $1,000,000 subscription to bonds for construction of Nashville and Clarksville Railroad, March 1902. 26. Contract 275 — Rock City Coal Co, Nashville: cancellation of lease, March 1909. Box 31: Legal Documents 1. Contract 276 — E. E. Turner, Carthage: spur track extension, January 1909. 2. Contract 277 — Board action recovering operation of railroad from Illinois Central Railroad and Southern Railway, February 1909. 3. Contract 278 — P. Grady Co, Nashville: operate gravel pit in Davidson County, July 1909. 4. Contract 279 — W. M. Pegram et ux: Cheatham County cultivation rights along Cumberland River, June 1909. 5. Contract 280 — J. H. Jones, Dorton: store and waiting room, July 1909. 6. Contract 281 — J.W. McCormac, Hickory Point: freight house and waiting room, June 1909. 7. Contract 282— Official mileage as constructed, June 30, 1909. 8. Contract 284 — Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway: joint usage of specific tracks, July 1909. 9. Contract 285 — Roane Iron Co.: lease for spur, July 1909. 10. Contract 286 — Dorman & High, Cookeville: lease on shuttle mill, July 1909. 11. Contract 287 — U.S. Post Office: mail contract Nashville to Lebanon, 1902. 12. Contract 288 — W. J. Oliver, Knoxville: contractor for grading for station grounds at Carthage, December 1904. 13. Contract 289 — Trust agreement with City of Nashville for $1,000,000 of capital stock, June 1901. 14. Contract 291 — Joseph W. Lightman, Nashville: mineral rights in quarry, June 1909. 15. Contract 292 — Dodson Grain Co, Lebanon: industrial track, February 1909. 16. Contract 293 — T. H. Nixon and Sons, Brush Creek: coal bin lease, December 1908. 17. Contract 294 — W. M. Gossage, Putnam County: spur track, September 1909, 18. Contract 295 — J. Oliver: ballasting track, October 1903. 19. Contract 296 — National Surety Co, NY: fidelity bonds, April 1911. 20. Contract 297 — C. H. Smith and Son, Pomona: siding for warehouse, November 1900. 21. Contract 298 — Martin Snyder, Trustee: permission to build storage room at Crossville, April 1901. 22. Contract 299 — R. B. Floyd, Alexandria: rent on Brush Creek Station, February 1904. Box 32: Legal Documents 1. Contract 301 — Manhattan Introduction Co, New York: vending and weighing machines, December 31, 1903. 2. Contract 302 — Castle Heights School, Lebanon: pipe line crossing, December 1906. 3. Contract 303 — Standing Stone Mfg. Co, Monterey: spurtrack, November 1906. 4. Contract 304 — Wilson Coal Co, Refro (Cumberland County): siding, April 1907.

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5. Contract 305 — Dandridge & Wright: crushed stone, October 1906. 6. Contract 306 — Welch Stave & Heading Company, Monterey: lease for plant to make barrel materials, July 1907. 7. Contract 307 — Standard Trust Co. of New York: mortgage bonds, July 1905. 8. Contract 308 — America Car & Foundry Co, St. Louis: purchase of passenger coaches, February 29, 1904. 9. Contract 309 — Nashville & Knoxville Railroad Company: charter and amendments, March 8, 1884. 10. Contract 310 — Nashville Trust Company, Vaulx estate: strip of land for right-of-way, September 18, 1902. 11. Contract 311 — Nashville Spoke & Handle Co, Monterey: water for plant, October 5, 1909. 12. Contract 312 — Tennessee Construction Co.: proxies, December 1903-1912. 13. Contract 312A — Tennessee Construction Company: proxies, 1913-1915. 14. Contract 313 — Stock transfer for directors, January 1910. 15. Contract 314 — Monterey right-of-way (M. W. Morrow lawsuit), September 1900. 16. Contract 315 — Gainesboro Telephone Company: use of railroad poles for telephone lines, July 1901. 17. Contract 316 — Tennessee Construction Co.: Construction of Nashville to Lebanon line, March 8, 1901. 18. Contract 317 — Putnam County: tax exemption for 15 years, September 1886. 19. Contract 318 — Roane Iron Company, Rockwood: right-of-way January 1899 20. Contract 319 — Southern Railway Co.: joint use of facilities at Algood with Overton County Railroad Company, October 9, 1906. 21. Contract 320 — George Dunlap, Nashville: damage settlement, August 1909. 22. Contract 321 — Holcomb-Lobb Tie Company, Obey City (Crawford branch) tie yard lease, January 1905. 23. Contract 322 — Monarch Stone & Lime Co, Fox Bluff: sidings, April 1907. 24. Contract 323 — Southern Railway and Western Union Telegraph Co.: setting of poles, May 1906. 25. Contract 324 — Southern Railway and Davidson-Benedict Co.: Welch industrial track, June 1905. 26. Contract 325 — Davidson-Benedict Co, Monterey: water line easement, July 1906. Box 33: Legal Documents 1. Contract 326 — Davidson-Benedict Co, Fletcher (Overton County) industrial siding on Crawford branch, December 1906. 2. Contract 327 — Putnam Fertilizer Co, Cookeville: warehouse, February 1907. 3. Contract 328 — Fall Creek Collieries, Ozone: track scales on siding, August 1906.

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Microfilm Roll #8______________________________________________________________ 4. Contract 329 — Cookeville Felloe Co.: industrial track, January 1907. 5. Contract 330 — E. T. McKinney, Harriman: warehouse space in old depot, March 1908. 6. Contract 331 — Lebanon Bottling Works and Ice Co.: industrial track, November 1906. 7. Contract 332 — Southern Railway Company: safety track near Wilder, December 1906. 8. Contract 333 — Walter A. Wirt, Cookeville: coal yard and icehouse, August 6, 1906. 9. Contract 334 — William Fiddler, Carthage: dwelling house near Carthage, March 20, 1907. 10. Contract 335 — L G. Monroe, Campbell Junction: corn crib, July 1906. 11. Contract 336 — J. H. and W. B. Ray, Monterey: sewer pipe line crossing, May 15, 1907. 12. Contract 337 — Roane Iron Co, Rockwood: industrial track, May 11, 1906. 13. Contract 338 — W. A. Chambers, Clarksville: spur tracks, April 1908. 14. Contract 339 — Ed T. Shanklin, Clarksville: baggage handling, March 1906. 15. Contract 340 — J. W. Stuart, Chapmansboro: store building lease, July 1907. 16. Contract 342 — Postal Telegraph Cable Co.: telephone poles, lines, etc, March 1907. 17. Contract 343 — B. A. James Manufacturing Co, Clarksville: land lease, July 1907. 18. Contract 344 — Nashville Terminal Co.: lease at Alberta Street, February 1907. 19. Contract 345 — J. Renshaw & Co, Hopkinsville, KY: pasture, July 1907. 20. Contract 346 — A. L. Comstock, Hopkinsville, KY: pasture, January 1908. 21. Contract 347 — Nashville Egg Case Filler Co.: plant location, October 1909. 22. Contract 348 — Annual report to Kentucky Auditor of Public Accounts, June 30, 1909. 23. Contract 349 — Garrett & High, Carthage: storage and handling of coal, December 1907. 24. Contract 350 — Algood Electric Light Co.: lighting at station, October 1909. Box 34: Legal Documents 1. Contract 351 — Middle Tennessee Railroad Co.: freight exchange at Nashville, November 1909. 2. Contract 352 — John A. Wallace, Putnam County: settlement of damage claim, May 1897. 3. Contract 353 — Union Land, Coal & Coke Co.: right-of-way explanation, August 1900. 4. Contract 354 — Agerton & Robertson, Nashville: sand bin, November 1909. 5. Contract 355 — Major Bray, Nashville: settlement of damage claim, August 1909. 6. Contract 356 — Mather Humane Stock Transportation Co.: lease of stock cars, November 1909. 7. Contract 357 — Ferguson, Smith & Holladay, Algood: industrial track at Bilberry, January 1908. 8. Contract 358 — H. B. Bond, Lebanon: transfer of lease to D.Y. Conatser, December 1909. 9. Contract 359 — Southern White Lime Co, Crab Orchard: spur track, December 1909. 10. Contract 360 — Brier Hill Collieries, Crawford: settlement of fire damage claim, December 1909. 11. Contract 361 — Forbes Manufacturing Co, Ringgold: spur track, December 1909. 12. Contract 362 — J. W. Braswell & Co, Buffalo Valley: mill, January 1910. 13. Contract 363 — Theo R. Troendle, Hopkinsville, KY: store and blacksmith shop, depot at Fidelia, KY, January 1910.

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14. Contract 364 — Tennessee Construction Co.: sale of locomotives, December 1902. 15. Contract 365 — Roane Iron Co, Rockwood: trackage rights, August 1909. 16. Contract 366 — City of Clarksville: water for engines, February 1910. 17. Contract 367 — Central Property Co. and Williamson & Armstrong, Hopkinsville, KY: lease on Mercer Park, July 1909. 18. Contract 368 — Western Union: sale of telegraph line: Emory Gap to Nashville, July 1902. 19. Contract 369 — W. J. Oliver & Co, Knoxville: contract for construction of roadbed for spur on Crawford Branch, September 1905. 20. Contract 370 — Corley & Elder, Nashville: coal yard lease, January 1910. 21. Contract 371 — Double Springs Distillery Co, Nashville: lease, August 1904. 22. Contract 372 — Joseph Lightman, Nashville: spur track and lease, June 1910. 23. Contract 373 — Brown Mining Co.: industrial track near Emory Gap, August 1907. 24. Contract 374 — Standard Oil Co. of Louisiana: pipe line privileges at Algood, July 1910. 25. Contract 375 — Browning Mining Co.: right-of-way for spur track to Wick's Slope, April 1910. Box 35: Legal Documents 1. Contract 376 — W. L. Smith and Miss H. S. Porter, Ford Flour Company right-of-way, July 1910. 2. Contract 377 — R. T. Troendle, Hopkinsville, KY: pipe line at Fidelia, KY, for farm water supply, July 1910. 3. Contract 378 — Cincinnati, New Orleans, and Texas Pacific Railway Co.: overhead crossing in Roane County, 1899. 4. Contract 379 — Hughes Warehouse & Elevator Co, Nashville: spur right-of-way, July 1910. 5. Contract 380 — R. B. Floyd Estate: lease of warehouse at Brush Creek, September 1910. 6. Contract 381 — Universal Milling Co, Lebanon: industrial tracks, May 1908. 7. Contract 383 — E. K. Denton, Nashville: coal yard, August 1910. 8. Contract 384 — Baxter Home Telephone Co.: pole right-of-way, August 1910. 9. Contract 385 — A. D. Willey, agent: release for use of velocipede between offices at Waldensia and Ozone, December 1908. 10. Contract 386 — Everly & Bryant, Ashland City: storage area, September 1910. 11. Contract 387 — J. J. Whitaker, J. H. Ambrose, L. W. Petit, James Stamps, and C. B. Huggins, Monterey: water line from pump house, October 1908. 12. Contract 388 — Fentress Coal & Coke Co.: coal bin at Watertown, October 1910. 13. Contract 389 — B. D. Cardwell, Carthage: postal drayage, August 1910. 14. Contract 390 — Storage shed and tracks at Emory Gap on land of Cincinnati, New Orleans, & Texas Pacific Railway Co, May 1899. 15. Contract 391 — Nashville Spoke & Handle Mfg. Co.: mill site at Brotherton, August 1907. 16. Contract 392 — D. J. Barton, Lebanon: sewer pipe crossing, January 1908. 17. Contract 393 — A. Whittemore, Nashville: purchase of house, December 1910. 18. Contract 394 — T. J. Osborne, Nashville: coal yard at Van Blarcom, December 1910. 19. Contract 395 — J. O. Logan: land at Silver Point, November 1910.

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20. Contract 396 — Perry and Lester Stock Yard Co, Nashville: stock yard agreement, November 1910. 21. Contract 397 — Alex Perry, Nashville: Perry siding, 1914-1922. 22. Contract 398 — Nashville Terminal Co, L&N Railroad Co, Tennessee Central Railway Co.: spur to Dunlap Milling Co, Nashville, April 1905. 23. Contract 399 — American Car & Foundry Co, St. Louis: rolling stock, October 1902. 24. Contract 400 — Charles Clark, et al, underwriters, St. Louis: floating debts from construction, February 1904. Box 36: Legal Documents 1. Contract 401 — Tennessee Construction Co, Standard Trust Co. of New York: securities for construction costs, January 1906. 2. Contract 402 — Cumberland Motor Boat Club, Nashville: mooring privileges, January 1911. 3. Contract 403 — Knoxville Banking & Trust Co.: office lease for commercial agent, September 1910. 4. Contract 404 — Illinois Central Railroad Co, Clarksville: lease on freight house, April 1910. 5. Contract 405 — Illinois Central Railroad Co, Clarksville: Tennessee Central leasing trackage, January 1911. 6. Contract 406 — Illinois Central Railroad Co, Hopkinsville, KY: joint facilities, July 1908. 7. Contract 407 — Illinois Central Railroad Co, Hopkinsville: joint use-of belt line, January 1911. 8. Contract 408 — Nashville & Clarksville Railroad Co, Tennessee Central Railway Co, Nashville & Knoxville Railroad Co, Tennessee Central Railway, Nashville Terminal Co.: merger of all companies, February 1902. 9. Contract 409 — R. Walton Moore, Washington, DC: special counsel, January 1913. 10. Contract 410 — Nashville Tie Company: spur at Fox Bluff, February 1911. 11. Contract 411 — Foy Proctor Co, Nashville: lease on old freight house, April 1911. 12. Contract 412 —Crips & Patton, Shop Springs: lease of warehouse, April 1911. 13. Contract 413 — Price, Bass Co, Nashville: land lease, May 1911. 14. Contract 414 — Read-Wooten Co, Carthage: lease of land, April 1911. 15. Contract 415 — Nashville Terminal Co.: new contract, April 1911. 16. Contract 416 — Enterprise Ice t Coal Co, Monterey: lease of land on house track, May 1911. 17. Contract 417 — Bull Run Ferry Co.: Cheatham County ferry, February 1911. 18. Contract 418 — C. H. Smith & Son and A. L. Elmore: Pomona Road, November 1900. 19. Contract 419 — Henry M. Lupton, Scoutmaster, Clarksville: lease on upper floor of passenger depot, May 1911. 20. Contract 420 — Clebsch & Schunemanu, Clarksville: lease on depot space, June 1911. 21. Contract 421 — A. P. Welch, Monterey: feed and supply business, June 1911. 22. Contract 422 — (missing) L&N Railroad Co.: crossover on Front Street to Atlas Paint Co, July 1911 (See 1185). 23. Contract 423 — Nashville Terminal Realty Co.: river front land, April 1910.

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24. Contract 424 — Cookeville Veneer Co.: water supply for veneer plant, June 1911. 25. Contract 425 — Tennessee Central Railroad Co, Nashville Terminal Co, and Nashville Terminal Realty Co, agreement with Illinois Central Railroad Co.: Nashville trackage rights, April 1910. Box 37: Legal Documents 1. Contract 426 — Tennessee Construction Company and Tennessee Central Railroad Co.: agreement with Southern Railway Co. and Illinois Central Railroad Co, April 18, 1910. 2. Contract 427 — J.M. Fakes & Co, Lebanon: coal yard, December 1911. 3. Contract 428 — Dorman & High, Putnam County: Cookeville lease, August 1911. 4. Contract 429 — T. W. Fitts, Lebanon: warehouse, September 1911. 5. Contract 430 — Mather Human Stock Transportation Co.: lease of 25 Mather Standard Box Cars, August 1911. 6. Contract 431 — Report for year ending June 30, 1911. 7. Contract.432 — B. M. Dean, Carthage: mail transfer to post office, October 1911. 8. Contract 433 — J.E. Rich, Dorton: Cumberland Lumber Company railroad repairs and operation, July 1911. 9. Contract 434 — Cedar City Mills, Lebanon: water supply for railroad, March 1911. 10. Contract 435 — American Express Company, Nashville: larger space in old freight depot, September 1911. 11. Contract 436 — S.O. Richardson, Clarksville: coal yard, October 1911. 12. Contract 437 — Eben Richards: reorganization of railroad, April 1911. 13. Contract 438 — Knoxville Banking & Trust Co.: office space, October 1911. 14. Contract 439 — J. W. Braswell & Co, Buffalo Valley: lumber business, October 1911. 15. Contract 440 — F. W. McLain, Nashville: lease, November 1911. 16. Contract 441 — George Phillips, Nashville: Clothes, Cleaning establishment, November 1911. 17. Contract 442 — Cumberland County bond issue campaign, October 1898. 18. Contract 443 — Cheatham County bond issue, January 1904. 19. Contract 444 — Right-of-way for wye connection with Highland Railway, June 1911. 20. Contract 445 — Prior lien mortgage, January 1904. 21. Contract 446 — General mortgage, January 1904. 22. Contract 447 — Lewisburg & Northern Railroad Co.: overhead crossing at Nashville, November 1911. 23. Contract 448 — Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway Co, Emory Gap: lease, April 1895. 24. Contract 449 — Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway Co, Emory Gap: scales and shop, February 1901. 25. Contract 450 — Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway Co, Emory Gap: cripple track, June 1901.

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Box 38: Legal Documents 1. Contract 451 — H. D. Whitson Lumber Co, Algood: spur track, January 1912. 2. Contract 452 — Hyde's Ferry Pike Co, Davidson County: agreement, September 1914. 3. Contract 453 — Clarksville: abandonment of overhead footbridge, October 1948. 4. Contract 454 — City of Clarksville: use of Line Street, October 1902. 5. Contract 455 — T. J. Osborne, Nashville: coal yard, December 1911. 6. Contract 456 — Pettus Transfer Co, Clarksville: land for drayage business, December 1911. 7. Contract 457 — Herriford Transfer Co, Nashville: freight transfer service, December 1911. 8. Contract 458 — New Louisville Packing Co.: combination depot, platforms, etc, January 1912. 9. Contract 459 — Bruno Gernt, Davidson, Hicks, & Green Co, Highland Junction: right-of-way, December 1911. 10. Contract 460 — Nashville Chemical Co.: transfer lease to Barrett Manufacturing Co, January 1912. 11. Contract 461 — Cookeville Bottling Works: use of well, January 1912. 12. Contract 463 — Nashville City Council: easement for trunk sewer, February 1912. 13. Contract 464 — C. D. Judd, Cookeville: lease of right-of-way, February 1912. 14. Contract 465 — Maxwell Brothers Grocery Co, Cookeville: land on Butler spur, July 1912. 15. Contract 466 — Nashville Interurban Railway: check room at Arcade ticket office, February 1912 16. Contract 467 — Lenoir Car Works, Lenoir City: car and engine truck wheels, August 1911. 17. Contract 468 — C. C. Christopher, Hopkinsville, KY: sale of Mercer Park property, March 1912. 18. Contract 469 — R. G. Lawrence, Brush Creek: land for coal bin, March 1912. 19. Contract 470 — H. H. Wallman, D. Cramer and William Hassenfrates: land at Bull Run, May 1912. 20. Contract 471 — Gulf Refining Co. of Louisiana: two strips of landing, Nashville, May 1912. 21. Contract 472 — C. K. Smith et ux, Clarksville: spur track for warehouse, May 1912. 22. Contract 473 — Southern White Lime Co.: spur and coal trestle at Crab Orchard, May 1912. 23. Contract 474 — Woodcliffe Lumber Co.: spur track near Monterey, May 1912. 24. Contract 475 — M. B. Smith, Cookeville: J. F. Hampton and R. P. Speck, Algood: lease of building at Algood, June 1912. Box 39: Legal Documents 1. Contract 476 — Algood Stave Co.: new spur track, May 1912. 2. Contract 477 — National Surety Co.: surety bond on employees (agents) listed for 1912, June 1912. 3. Contract 478 — Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Co.: use of poles and wires on Carthage branch, June 1912. 4. Contract 479 — Algood mayor and aldermen: tracts for streets and roads, May 1912. 5. Contract 480 — Mayor and aldermen of Algood: public team track, May 1912. 6. Contract 481 — Post Office Department: weight circulars of mail handled, 1912.

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7. Contract 482 — J. M. Fakes and H.W. Hooker, Lebanon: land for lumber and coal business, August 1912. 8. Contract 483 — Nashville & Knoxville Railroad Co, Lebanon: bond issue for construction, April 1888. 9. Contract 484 — Security Holders' Committee of Overton County Railroad Co.: sale of locomotives and rails, June 1912. 10. Contract 485 — Tennessee Auto Co, Nashville: lease, August 1912. 11. Contract 486 —H. S. Sawrie, Nashville: property on First Avenue South, September 1912. 12. Contract 487 —Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co.: joint trackage in Nashville, September 1912. 13. Contract 488 — Mountain Oak Stave Co, Crossville: spur track, September 1912. 14. Contract 489 — Mansfield Engineering Co, Hickory Point: spur track, September 1912. 15. Contract 490 — Audit report, December 31, 1908. 16. Contract 491 — Report for year ended June 30, 1909. 17. Contract 492 — Report for year ending June 30, 1910. Microfilm Roll #9______________________________________________________________ 18. Contract 493 — Report for year ending June 30, 1912. 19. Contract 494 — Joseph Scheffer Lumber Co, Nashville: lease and siding, March 1906. 20. Contract 495 — Committee of the Merchant Marine & Fisheries, US House of Representatives: questionnaire, September 1912. 21. Contract 496 — Indian Refining Co, Nashville: lease, October 1912. 22. Contract 497 — Nashville Builders Supply Co.: construction of trestle, October 1912 (envelope only—see 504). 23. Contract 498 — Decatur Car Wheel Co, Birmingham, AL: proposition on car wheel supply, November 1912. 24. Contract 499 — Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company: joint trackage (envelope only, see #1122. Box 40: Legal Documents 1. Contract 501 — Henry Clay Pierce: Tennessee Central capital stock involved as debt security, October 1909. 2. Contract 502 — Cookeville Roller Mills: land lease, November 1912. 3. Contract 503 — E I. Dupont DeNemours Powder Co.: blasting powder, November 1912. 4. Contract 504 — Nashville Builders' Supply Co.: spur track at Richland Jr., August 1913. 5. Contract 505 — W. S. Sawrie and Sons: lease on old Nashville freight house, December 1912. 6. Contract 506 — D. R. Carpenter: special claim agent, December 1912. 7. Contract 507 — Charles Hornsby, Harriman: lease on depot, January 1913. 8. Contract 508 — C. W. Dorman, Nashville: spur track off Granny White Pike, January 1913. 9. Contract 509 — Mecklenburg Real Estate Co, Nashville: office lease in Stahlman Building, December 1912.

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10. Contract 510 — Tennessee Construction Company and Standard Trust Company of New York: escrow account on bonds, August 1905. 11. Contract 511 — W. N. Selly, Cookeville: ice and coal, grain, and feed storage, February 1913. 12. Contract 512 — R. A. Waggoner, Carthage: lease, February 1913. 13. Contract 513 — Nashville Railway & Light Co.: spur track, January 1913. 14. Contract 514 — Home Telephone Co, Monterey: crossing for telephone lines, February 1913. 15. Contract 515 — Cookeville Coal & Ice Co.: lease, February 1913. 16. Contract 516 — Gentry & Hall, Cookeville: lease, March 1913. 17. Contract 517 — Monterey Fruit & Vegetable Association: lease on spur, February 1913. 18. Contract 518 — J. C. Barnes, Caney Fork: lease, March 1913. 19. Contract 519 — Auto Sales Gum & Chocolate Co.: vending machines in stations, February 1913. 20. Contract 520 — Illinois Central Railroad Co.: contract renewal on Clarksville and Hopkinsville, KY, property, May 1913. 21. Contract 522 — Illinois Central Railroad Co.: Clarksville leases, January 1913. 22. Contract 524 — Nashville Terminal Realty Co, Illinois Central Railroad Co, and Southern Railway Co.: Agreement, February 1913. 23. Contract 525 — Nashville Railway & Light Co.: grade crossing at Fourth Avenue North and Harrison Street, March 1913. Box 41: Legal Documents 1. Contract 526 — Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company: grade crossing on Harrison Street, Nashville, March 1913. 2. Contract 527 — Cookeville Stave Company: lease on strip of land, May 1913. 3. Contract 528 — John T. Banks, Nashville: coal yard on Belmont Boulevard, February 1914. 4. Contract 529 — Illinois Central Railroad Company, Hopkinsville, KY: extension of joint operating contracts, May 1913. 5. Contract 530 — Nashville Terminal Realty Company: renewal of lease, May 1913. 6. Contract 531 — Agreements between Tennessee Central Railroad Co, Illinois Central Railroad Co, and Nashville Terminal Realty Co.: regarding sidings, 1910-1914. 7. Contract 533 — Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company: gravel loading near city pumping station, May 1913. 8. Contract 534 — C. K. Smith and M. R. Hanner, Clarksville: lease on rooms in passenger station, June 1913. 9. Contract 535 — Litchfield Shuttle Co. and Star Block Mills, Van Blarcom (Nashville: lease on land, June 1913 (See 671). 10. Contract 536 — A. P. Welch, Monterey: lease on land, June 1913. 11. Contract 537 — Farmers Union Supply Co, Cookeville: lease on land, July 1913. 12. Contract 538 — Jere Baxter, Nashville, and N.C. Chapman & Associates, St. Louis: agreement for exchange of securities, June 1901.

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13. Contract 539 — Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company: trackage agreement in Bush Brickyard area of North Nashville, February 1913. 14. Contract 540 — Dorman & High, Cookeville: lumber yard and shuttle mill, August 1913. 15. Contract 541 — Tennessee Reformatory for Boys, Jordonia: driveway, August 1913. 16. Contract 542 — First mortgage, July 1, 1902. 17. Contract 543 — O. P. Barry, Brush Creek: lease for old depot, August 1913. 18. Contract 544 — Standard Oil Company of Louisiana, Watertown: lease, August 1913. 19. Contract 545 — Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company, Nashville: crossover (envelope only, see 1150). 20. Contract 546 — H. E. Zwicker, Emory Gap: lease at South Harriman, August 1913. 21. Contract 547 — J. W. Braswell, Buffalo Valley: lease, September 1913. 22. Contract 548 — Davidson, Hicks & Green Co.: contract for steel, September 1913. 23. Contract 549 — Brier Hill Collieries, Crawford: sale of relay rail, September 1913. 24. Contract 550 — Nashville Terminal Realty Co.: charter and by-laws, January 1906. Box 42: Legal Documents 1. Contract 551 — T. J. Osborne, Nashville: lease, off Charlotte Pike, October 1913. 2. Contract 552 — Cumberland Yacht Club, Nashville: wharf rights, September 1913. 3. Contract 553 — Auto Sales Gum & Chocolate Co.: vending machine contract, October 1913. 4. Contract 554 — Crescent News & Hotel Co.: sales on trains and at stations and renewal, October 15, 1913. 5. Contract 555 — Algood Electric Light Co.: electrical supply for depot, September 1913. 6. Contract 556 — Fentress Coal & Coke Co, Watertown: Lease, October 1913. 7. Contract 557 — Island Block Mills, Nashville: lease on Charlotte Ave, October 1913. 8. Contract 558 — Chattanooga Pole Co, Double Springs: land on spur track for timber storage, November 1913. 9. Contract 559 — W. E. Davis: storehouse at Bull Run, transferred from J. H. Hale, November 1918. 10. Contract 560 — American Express Co, Nashville: extra space in old freight house, November 1913. 11. Contract 561 — Knoxville Banking & Trust Co.: lease for office space, November 1913. 12. Contract 562 — Georgia Car & Locomotive Co.: title to three cabooses, 9816, 9817, and 9818, December 1914. 13. Contract 563 — Nashville & Gallatin Interurban Co.: First Avenue crossing in Nashville, December 1913. 14. Contract 564 — Mecklenberg Realty Co, Nashville: office space in Stahlman Building, October 1913. 15. Contract 565 — Mather Human Stock Car Co.: lease on 50 cars, January 1914. 16. Contract 566 — Nashville Creamery Co.: land lease, January 1914. 17. Contract 567 — S. O. Richardson, Clarksville: sub-let of Illinois Central property, February 1914.

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18. Contract 568 — Cumberland Lumber Company, Dorton (Cumberland County): Depot and storehouse, February 1914. 19. Contract 569 — City of Clarksville: $100,000 in bonds for railroad construction, June 1901. 20. Contract 570 — W. H. Powell, Martha: land for cattle, February 1914. 21. Contract 571 — J. Edwards, Nashville: crop land, February 1914. 22. Contract 572 — Tennessee Power Company, Nashville, power line crossing, April 1913. 23. Contract 573 — Price-Bass Company, Nashville: Basin Alley track land, March 1914. 24. Contract 574 — Nashville Terminal Realty Company and Charles D. Jones Co.: elevator and warehouse, February 1914. 25. Contract 575 — Donelson Milling Co.: extension of mill, coal bin, crop land, March 1914. Box 43: Legal Documents 1. Contract 576 — Webster Safe Deposit Company, Chicago: office lease, May 1917. 2. Contract 577 — Cookeville Home Telephone Company: pole line on right-of-way, April 1914. 3. Contract 578 — J. H. Clardy, Edgoten, KY: post office in depot, April 1914. 4. Contract 579 — Williams Brothers & Tucker, Ashland City: spur track, April 1914. 5. Contract 580 — Henry Lupton, Clarksville, for local Boy Scouts of America: space in passenger depot, April 1914. 6. Contract 581 — W. M. Tanner, Pomona Road: combination depot, April 1914. 7. Contract 582 — H. H. Wallman, Del Cramer and William Hassenfratz, Bull Run fishing camp lease, May 1914. 8. Contract 583 — Fentress Coal and Coke Company, Brush Creek: coal yard, May 1914. 9. Contract 584 — American Locomotive Company: order for two consolidation locomotives, #33 and #34, March 1914. 10. Contract 585 —M. R. Hanner, Clarksville: space in passenger depot, April 1914. 11. Contract 586 — Bonner Furniture Manufacturing Company, Nashville: land adjacent to plant at VanBlarcom, May 1914. 12. Contract 587 — Southern Iron & Equipment Company, Atlanta: used switcher (42,200), June 1913 13. Contract 588 — Baxter Home Telephone Company: poles on right-of-way, May 1914. 14. Contract 589 — J. H. Rushing, Watertown: wire crossing, May 1914. 15. Contract 590 — Tennessee Coal - Iron and Railroad Company: rails, May 1914. 16. Contract 591 — Highland Coal and Lumber Company, Nashville: coal yard at Belmont Boulevard, May 1914. 17. Contract 592 — Vaulx Heirs, Nashville: drain pipe easement, June 1914. 18. Contract 593 — W. C. Smith, Mt. Juliet: land for warehouse, June 1914. 19. Contract 594 — Southern Iron & Equipment Company, Atlanta, GA: one used Consolidation type locomotive, July 1913. 20. Contract 595 — J. B. Howell, Cairo Bend: cultivation lease, April 1914. 21. Contract 596 — City of Nashville: lease for rock crusher, June 1914. 22. Contract 597 — S. L. Stokes, Bull Run: farming tract, July 1914.

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23. Contract 598 — T. A. Whitaker, Nashville: cultivation lease, July 1914. 24. Contract 599 — Westly Hoggett, Donelson: cultivation lease, July 1914. 25. Contract 600 — Whitson Brothers Lumber Company, Cookeville lease, July 1914. Box 44: Legal Documents 1. Contract 601 — R. G. Lawrence, Brush Creek: lease, July 1914. 2. Contract 602 — Equitable Surety Co, St. Louis: surety bond for certain employees, June 1914. 3. Contract 603 — B. O. Hagan, Carthage, and Red Springs Auto Line: passenger service to and from Red Boiling Springs, August 1914. 4. Contract 604 — Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway, Lebanon: interlocking plant, August 18, 1914. 5. Contract 605 — Mason & Hanger Co, Hickory Point: tram-way under trestle, August 1914. 6. Contract 606 — Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company, Nashville: joint use of trackage, August 1914. 7. Contract 607 — Detroit-Nashville Construction Company: material storage near freight depot, August 1914. 8. Contract 608 — J. B. Sullivan, Carthage Junction: driveway lease, August 1914. 9. Contract 609 — R. L. Proctor, Nashville: lease, August 1914. 10. Contract 610 — Werthan Bag & Burlap Company, Nashville: lease, September 1914. 11. Contract 611 — Silber Lumber Company, Nashville: lease, September 1914. 12. Contract 612 — Cumberland Telephone Company: joint use of track, (envelope only, see #1237). 13. Contract 613 — Knoxville Banking & Trust Co.: office lease, September 1914. 14. Contract 614 — T. W. Fitts, Lebanon: lease, September 1914. 15. Contract 615 — Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway: joint use of siding, October 1914 (envelope only, see #1127). 16. Contract 616 — Annual report for year ending June 30, 1913. 17. Contract 618 — D. H. Tanner: spur track on Isoline branch, September 1914. 18. Contract 619 — Cookeville Roller Mills: Buffalo Valley lease, November 1914. 19. Contract 620 — Maxwell Brothers Grocery Company, Cookeville: lease on Butler Spur, November 1914. 20. Contract 621 — Jennings & Robinson, Brush Creek: lease, November 1914. 21. Contract 622 — C. E. Southall, Fidelia, KY: driveway lease, September 1914. 22. Contract 624 — W. C. Smith, Mt. Juliet: lease for coal and seed house, December 1914.

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Box 45: Legal Documents 1. Contract 626 — Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway Company joint use of trackage at Emory Gap, September 1914. 2. Contract 627 — Third National Bank, St. Louis: purchase of receiver's certificate, February 1915. 3. Contract 628 — Nashville Railway & Light Company: poles and wire, February 1915. 4. Contract 629 — Union Stock Yards, Nashville: maintenance of stock yards, March 1915. 5. Contract 630 — Noelton Country Club, Nashville: water pipe crossing, March 1914. 6. Contract 631 — Harry Hill & Company, Nashville: lease on old freight house, March 1915. 7. Contract 632 — J. G. Laubheimer Co, Nashville: lease, March 1915. 8. Contract 633 — J. H. Covington & G.W. Brown: coal yard, March 1915. 9. Contract 634 — Finney & Co, Cookeville: lease, March 1915. 10. Contract 635 — J. J. Askew, Lebanon: pipe line crossing, March 1915. 11. Contract 636 — Columbia-Knickerbocker Trust Co. and Goodwin Car Co.: leased cars, May 1914. 12. Contract 637 — Columbia-Knickerbocker Trust Co.: car lease, October 1914. 13. Contract 638 — Werthan Bag & Burlap Co, Nashville: lease, April 1915. 14. Contract 639 — Burch Brothers, Buffalo Valley: lease, April 1915. 15. Contract 640 — L. T. Stone, Buffalo Valley: lease, April 1915. 16. Contract 641 — Watertown Planing Mills: lease, April 1915. 17. Contract 642 — James A. McKenzie, Edgoten, KY: two leases, April 1915. 18. Contract 643 — R. L. Patton, Brush Creek: lease, May 1915. 19. Contract 644 — Deeds between Broad and Stanley Streets, July 1906. 20. Contract 645 — National Bank of Commerce and W. H. Thompson Trust Co, St. Louis: control of securities, August 1915. 21. Contract 646 — Original receipts for Receiver's Certificates, 1915-1916. 22. Contract 647 — Cumberland Boat Club, John B. Holmes: lease on river-front property, June 1915. 23. Contract 648 — Tennessee Auto Co, Nashville: gasoline storage, June 1915. 24. Contract 649 —Luther Vandever, Cumberland County: lease of coal land, October 1914. 25. Contract 650— Brier Hill Collieries, Watertown: lease, June 1919. Microfilm Roll #10_____________________________________________________________ Box 46: Legal Documents 1. Contract 651 — Nashville Terminal spur, October 1914. 2. Contract 652 — Hartford Accident and Indemnity Company: employment bonds, June 1915. 3. Contract 653 — Nashville Tie Company: spur track at Chapmansboro, July 1915. 4. Contract 654 — J. H. Covington and G. W. Brown: lease for coal yard in Nashville, March 1915. 5. Contract 655 — Davidson, Hicks & Green: track lease, August 1915. 6. Contract 656 — Fentress Coal Company, Nashville: lease on coal yard, October 1920. 7. Contract 657 — Pettus Transfer Company, Clarksville: lease on house, August 1915.

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8. Contract 659 — Nashville Railway & Light Company: transmission line crossing, August 1915. 9. Contract 660 — Keith, Vaughn Coal Company, Nashville: coal yard lease, July 1915. 10. Contract 661 — Ragland, Potter Co, Watertown: lease, November 1915. 11. Contract 662 — Tax exemptions, August 1916. 12. Contract 663 — B. S. Poplanus & Company, Nashville: lease, October 1915. 13. Contract 664 — Charter of Incorporation, Nashville to Lebanon, February 5, 1901. 14. Contract 665 — Tennessee Construction Company: receivership, May 1913. 15. Contract 666 — Joseph Ernst, Lebanon: lease, November 1915. 16. Contract 667 — Hatton Willis, Nashville: lease on adjacent property, October 1915. 17. Contract 668 — Planters Bank & Trust Co, Estate of W. S. Moore: water pipe crossing in Christian County, KY, November 1915. 18. Contract 669 — R. Curd, Hickory Point: store and depot, November 1915. 19. Contract 670 — Watertown Planing Mills: land lease, November 1915. 20. Contract 671 — Star Block Mills, Nashville: frame building at Van Blarcom, October 1915. 21. Contract 673 — Nashville Packet Co.: surety bond for interline service, October 1915. 22. Contract 674 — Keith-Vaughn Coal Co, Nashville: spur for coal yard, November 1915. 23. Contract 675 — Algood Electric Light Company: lighting for depot, December 1915. Box 47: Legal Documents 1. Contract 676 — S. H. Flippen & Company, Watertown: land lease, December 1915. 2. Contract 677 — Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co.: pole yard for car unloading, December 1915. 3. Contract 678 — H. C. Murphy, switchman: waiver of physical requirements, December 1915. 4. Contract 680 — W. J. Stanfield, Clarksville: coal yard near Summit Yards, January 1916 5. Contract 681 — Mecklenberg Real Estate Company, Nashville: office lease in Stahlman Building, December 1915. 6. Contract 682 — Christian-Todd Telephone Co.: wire crossing at Edgoten, KY, January 1916. 7. Contract 683 — Watertown Milling Company: land lease, January 1916. 8. Contract 684 — Nashville Tie Company: space in old freight house, October 1915. 9. Contract 685 — Ford Motor Company: freight warehouse, October 1915. 10. Contract 686 — Richardson Coal & Feed Company, Clarksville: lease, January 1916. 11. Contract 687 — Louisville & Nashville Railroad: Nashville crossing, February 1916. 12. Contract 688 — Fentress Coal & Coke Company, Cookeville: eases along Butler's Spur, May 1919. 13. Contract 689 — Standard Oil Company of Louisiana, Watertown: pipeline crossing, February 1916. 14. Contract 690 — Nashville, Chattanooga, & St. Louis Railway, Nashville: spur tracks, March 1916. 15. Contract 69 — J. E. Sutton, Shelton (Montgomery County): depot and storehouse January 1916. 16. Contract 692 — Green & White, Martha: lease, March 1919.

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17. Contract 694 — Sale of bond of Missouri Athletic Association, April 1916. 18. Contract 695 — Phillips & Lawrence, Brush Creek: lease, May 1921. 19. Contract 696 — Davidson, Hicks & Green: rail, April 1916. 20. Contract 697 — T. M. Lawrence, Clarksville: lease along Dunlap Spur, April 1916. 21. Contract 698 — City of Nashville bond assistance, April 1916. 22. Contract 699 — Davidson, Hicks & Green, Nashville: trackage agreement, April 1916. 23. Contract 700— Carthage Junction lease to A. J. Sullivan and J. M. Betty, December 1917. Box.48: Legal Documents 1. Contract 701 — Brush Creek Home Telephone Co.: wires across right-of-way, May 1916. 2. Contract 702 — Del Cramer and H. H. Wallman: fishing camp, June 1916. 3. Contract 703 — A. B. Smith and wife: lease and option for turntable site at Watertown: Deed F-67, February 1916. 4. Contract 704 — Nashville Brick & Tile Co.: lease near VanBlarcom Station, November 1916. 5. Contract 705 — J. E. Russell, Red Springs and Carthage Auto Line: ticket sales, May 1916. 6. Contract 706 — Brier Hill Collieries, Cookeville: lease, May 1916. 7. Contract 707 — Cookeville Roller Mills, Buffalo Valley, May 1916. 8. Contract 708 — Enterprise Ice & Coal Co, Monterey: land lease, May 1921. 9. Contract 709 — Graham & Seale, Lebanon: land lease, June 1916. 10. Contract 710 — Henry M. Thornton: garden lease, June 1916. 11. Contract 711 — Davidson, Hicks & Greene Company: lease of track materials, June 1916. 12. Contract 712 — J. B. Powell, Nashville: condemnation suit and compromise, May 1901. 13. Contract 713 — H. B. Jacobs and J. G. Laubheimer, Nashville: land lease, August 1916. 14. Contract 714 — Nashville Traction Company: land lease, August 1916. 15. Contract 715 — T. P. Tucker, Nashville: garden lease, August 1916. 16. Contract 716 — J. A. Young, Nashville: gardening lease, August 1916. 17. Contract 717 — Cancelled General Mortgage gold bonds, July 1916. 18. Contract 718 — Nashville Brick & Tile Company: removal of waste bank, August 1916. 19. Contract 719 — W. B. Gentry, Cookeville: land lease, August 1916. 20. Contract 720 — Gulf Red Cedar Company, Lebanon: land lease, September 1916. 21. Contract 721 — A. J. Sullivan, Carthage Junction: land for stock pens and scale warehouse, September 1916. 22. Contract 722 — Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp, Nashville: re-icing refrigerator cars, June 1918. 23. Contract 723 — Terminal usage in Nashville, October 1916. 24. Contract 725 — Interstate Ice and Coal Co, Lebanon: icing cars at Lebanon, October 1916. 25. Contract 726 — U.S. Post Office: adjustment of contracts for mail handling between Carthage and Carthage Junction, August 1916. 26. Contract 727 — Knoxville Banking & Trust Company: office lease, September 1916. 27. Contract 728 — I. L. Moore, Nashville: land lease, December 1916. 28. Contract 729 — M. J. Malone, Carthage: mail handling from depot to Post Office, December 1916.

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29. Contract 730 — City of Lebanon: sewer line crossing, January 1917. 30. Contract 731 — U.S. Post Office: mail service, Davidson to Highland Junction, August 1917. 31. Contract 732 — Harvey Prowell, Martha: telephone wire under bridge, February 1917. 32. Contract 733 — C. A. Hall, et al, Silver Point: surety as local agent, March 1917. 33. Contract 734 — J. W. Wright, Hermitage: cultivation lease, April 1917. 34. Contract 735 — W. H. Caress & Co, Clarksville: space in passenger depot, April 1917. Box 49: Legal Documents 1. Contract 736 — Red Springs and Carthage Auto Line: joint ticketing to Red Boiling Springs, May 1917. 2. Contract 737 — Robert Kerr, Buffalo Valley: land lease and maintenance of pumping station, May 1917. 3. Contract 738 — Brier Hill Collieries, Nashville: lease, March 1917. 4. Contract 739 — Watertown Planing Mill: lease, May 1917. 5. Contract 740 — Franklin House Hotel Co, Clarksville: release, March 1912. 6. Contract 741 — M. B. Smith, A. P. Speck, and Mrs. R. W. Reece, Algood: land lease, May 1917. 7. Contract 742 — M. E. Leming, Tullahoma: lease at Buffalo Valley, July 1917. 8. Contract 743 — J. E. Evans, Caney Fork: lease, August 1917. 9. Contract 744 — Brier Hill Collieries, Monterey: telephone line crossing, July 1917. 10. Contract 745 — J. T. Maddux, Buffalo Valley: lease, August 1917. 11. Contract 746 — Noelton Country Club, Nashville: lease, August 1917. 12. Contract 747 — Frank Hanner, Nashville: lease on Herman Street, August 1917. 13. Contract 748 — Paul Roberts, Fall Creek Coal & Coke Co, Nashville: lease of Fall Creek branch, 1918-19. 14. Contract 749 — Beasley Brothers, Nashville: lease on Pomona Road, Cumberland County, September 1917. 15. Contract 750— J. S. Rinehart, Montgomery County': release on driveways, October 1917. 16. Contract 751 — Bills Branch Coal Co, Overton County: siding contract, September 1917. 17. Contract 753 — Maxwell House, Nashville: lease of storefront, January 1918. 18. Contract 754 — Tennessee Product Co, Clarksville: leases December 1917. 19. Contract 755 — C. B. Atkin, Knoxville: office lease, November 1917. 20. Contract 756 — J. C. Barnes, Cookeville: lease, December 1917. 21. Contract 757 — J. J. Price, Martha: life-pass in exchange for land, 1919. 22. Contract 758 — J. B. Sullivan, Hickman: pass renewal, December 1917. 23. Contract 759 — Mecklenberg Realty Co, Nashville: office lease in Stahlman Building, November 1917. 24. Contract 760 — International Correspondence Schools: courses for employees, January 1918. 25. Contract 761 — H. E. Zwicker, Harriman: lease, January 1918. 26. Contract 762 — American Express Co.: lease on building, February 1918. 27. Contract 763 — Director General of Military Railways: rental of locomotives, March 1918.

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28. Contract 764 — Brier Hill Collieries: operation of branch in Overton County, March 1918. 29. Contract 765 — Highland Coal & Lumber Co.: operation of mine trackage, March 1918. Box 50: Legal Documents 1. Contract 766 — S. H. Killebrew, Nashville: lease, March 1918. 2. Contract 767 — Interstate Commerce Commission: motor car service for Bureau of Valuation, March 1918. 3. Contract 768 — Fall Creek Coal & Coke Co. (Paul Roberts), ozone: Locomotive lease, April 1918. 4. Contract 769 — Georgia Car & Locomotive Co.: sale of cars, April 1918. 5. Contract 770 — Locomotive Superheater Company of New York: instruction on use of superheaters on locomotives, April 1918. 6. Contract 770A — J. S. Seagraves, Nashville: board for section gang, June 1920. 7. Contract 771 — Brier Hill Collieries: coal yard lease, April 1918. 8. Contract 772 — W. J. Scudder, Crossville: bond as agent-operator, March 1918. 9. Contract 773 — C. M. Gooch Mining Company, Crawford Branch: spur track November 1917. 10. Contract 774 — Renfro Coal Co.: spur track, June 1918. 11. Contract 775 — J. R. Holman, Nashville: mooring privilege at end of Broad Street, August 1, 1919. 12. Contract 776 — Burch Brothers, Buffalo Valley: lease, November 1918. 13. Contract 777 — Standard Oil Company of Louisiana: pipe line crossing at Monterey, April 1918. 14. Contract 778 — G. A. Jackson, Green Hill: cultivation lease, January 1919. 15. Contract 779 — Mecklenburg Realty Co, Nashville: office lease in Stahlman Building, December 1918. 16.Contract 780 — Lieberman, Loveman & O'Brien: water line crossing, December 1918. 17. Contract 781 —- Henry Hart, Hopkinsville, KY: lease of Mercer Park property, February 1919. 18. Contract 782 — Brush Creek Roller Mills: driveway lease, April 1919. 19. Contract 783 — J. B. Moss, Buffalo Valley: lease, April 1919. 20. Contract 784 — Pennock-Walker Manufacturing Co, Monterey: loading platform, April 1919. 21. Contract 785 — John C. Boyd, Cookeville: cultivation lease, May 1919. 22. Contract 786 — Highlander Coal & Lumber Co, Nashville: lease, May 1919. 23. Contract 787 — T. J. Osborne, Nashville: coal yard site, May 1919. 24. Contract 788 — Maxwell Brothers Grocery Co, Cookeville: warehouse site, May 1919. 25. Contract 789 — Thos. J. Dyer & Son, Lebanon: saw mill and storage yard, April 1919. 26. Contract 790 — Reed & Smith, Isoline: warehouse, June 1919 (lease missing). 27. Contract 791 — J. L. Barnes and B. Stanfield, Nashville: stone storage lot, June 1919. 28. Contract 792 — S. H. Killebrew, Nashville: cultivation lease, March 1919. 29. Contract 793 — W. B. Gentry, Cookeville: coal yard site, July 1919.

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30. Contract 794 — J. B. Howell, Cairo Bend: cultivation lease, March 1919. 31. Contract 795 — J. B. Holman, Nashville: mooring privilege, July 1919. 32. Contract 796 — Litchifield Shuttle Co, Nashville: machinery storage, June 1919. 33. Contract 797 — Del Cramer and H. H. Wallman, Bull Run: fishing camp, May 1919. 34. Contract 798 —A. L. Elmore, Pomona Road: store-depot and warehouse, January 1919. 35. Contract 799 — H. P. Jacobs and J. G. Laubheimer, Nashville: materials storage, July 1919. 36. Contract 800 — Board of Trustees, State Training School for Boys, Jordonia: driveway lease, August 1919. Box 51: Legal Documents 1. Contract 801 — J. A. McKenzie, Edgoten, KY: cultivation lease, April 1919. 2. Contract 802 — Buffalo Valley Loose Leaf Tobacco Co.: warehouse lease, September 1919. 3. Contract 803 — C. B. Ragland Co, Nashville: Watertown storage area, September 1919. 4. Contract 804 — A. P. Welch, Monterey: feed and supply business, June 1919. 5. Contract 805 — W. E. Davis, Bull Run: store and depot site, December 1919. 6. Contract 806 — Noelton Country Club, Nashville: coal shed August 1919. 7. Contract 807 — C. E. Southall, Fidelia, KY: roadway, December 1918. 8. Contract 808 — City of Monterey: sewer line, October 1919. 9. Contract 809 — Tennessee Products Co, Clarksville: platform and coal bin sites, December 1919. 10. Contract 810 — Jennings & Robinson, Brush Creek: storehouse, November 1919. 11. Contract 811 — Chattanooga Pole Co.: pole yard at Double Springs, November 1919. 12. Contract 812 — Sam Reston, Hickman: driveway, August 1919. 13. Contract 813 — T. P. Tucker, Nashville: garden plot, August 1919. 14. Contract 814 — American Railway Express Company: express office adjacent to Nashville baggage room, December 1919. 15. Contract 815 — Byron Bartlett, Buffalo Valley, warehouse site, September 1919. 16. Contract 816 — B. S. Paplanus & Company, Nashville: scrap iron storage, October 1919. 17.Contract 817 — Mecklenburg Realty Co, Nashville: office space in Stahlman Building, October 1919. 18. Contract 818 — Henry Hurt, Hopkinsville, KY: lease for cultivation on Mercer Park property, January 1920. 19.Contract 819 — Highland Tool & Lumber Co, Nashville: track material lease, April 1919. 20. Contract 820 — Baisley Brothers, Pomona Road: stock pen site, October 1919. 21. Contract 821 — N. R. Bettis Coal Co, Lebanon: coal yard site, December 1918. 22. Contract 822 — Price-Bass Co, Nashville: coal yard site on First Avenue South, November 1919. 23. Contract 823 — Tennessee, Kentucky & Northern Railroad: spur track at Algood, January 1920. 24. Contract 824 — H. M. Mills, Nashville: land encroachment, December 1919. 25. Contract 825 — Galena-Signal Oil Company: lubricating oil contract, December 1919.

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26. Contract 826 — Cumberland Lodge No. 8, F. & A.M, Nashville: lease for offices in lodge building, January 1920. 27. Contract 827 — American Railway Express Company: contract for express business, February 1920. 28. Contract 828 — Indiana Board and Filler Company, Nashville: warehouse and stable sites, October 1919. 29. Contract 829 — J. C. Barnes, Cookeville: warehouse site, January 1920. 30. Contract 830 — C. C. Burgess, Nashville: water line, February 1920. 31. Contract 831 — Dupont Engineering Co.: passenger service to powder plant Old Hickory, March 1918. 32. Contract 832 — Nashville Railway & Light Co.: crossover track near Gay Street, September 1918. 33. Contract 833 — Overton Coal & Coke Company of Nashville: spur off Crawford Branch, October 1918. 34. Contract 834 — Reuther Handle Works, Nashville: spur track, October 1918. 35. Contract 836 — Big Laurel Coal Co.: spur track at Highland Junction, December 1918. 36. Contract 837 — Power Packing Plant, Nashville: spur track, April 1919. 37. Contract 838 — Gould Contracting Co.: gravel pit spur track, October 1918. 38. Contract 839 — Crescent News & Hotel Co.: concessions on trains and in depots, November 1919. Box 52: Legal Documents 1. Contract 841 — Highland Coal & Lumber Co, Fentress County: spur track, July 1919. 2. Contract 842 — C. M. Gooch Mining Company, Overton County: spur track at Davidson, December 1919. 3. Contract 844 — Holston National Bank Building, Knoxville: office lease, March 1920. 4. Contract 845 — Morgan Produce Co, Cookeville: lease, April 1920. 5. Contract 846 — Naive-Spillers Company, Nashville: lease in South Carthage, March 1920. 6. Contract 847 — Emory Gap Coal Mining Company: spur track, April 1920. 7. Contract 848 — Maxwell Brothers Grocery Company: lease at Cookeville, May 1920. 8. Contract 849 — Del Cramer and H. H. Wallman, Bull Run: lease, May 1920. 9. Contract 850 — Dow Lumber Company, Caney Fork: lease, April 1920. 10. Contract 851 — Cookeville Veneer Company: lease and water contract, April 1920. 11. Contract 852 — J. A. Collier, Nashville: lease, April 1920. 12. Contract 853 — J. J. Edwards, Nashville: lease, April 1920. 13. Contract 854 — James Johnson, Nashville: lease, April 1920 (Print shows T.C. interchange with Nashville Street Railway Co. at Melrose). 14. Contract 855 — T. J. Osborne, Nashville: coal yard, May 1920. 15. Contract 856 — A. L. Elmore, Pomona Road: lease, May 1920. 16. Contract 857 — Standard Oil Company of Louisiana: pipe line crossing at Monterey, May 1920.

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17. Contract 858 — E. E. Dorman, Cookeville: lease and water service for shuttle mill and lumber yard, May 1920. 18. Contract 859 — Jennings & Robinson, Brush Creek: lease, May 1920. 19. Contract 860 — C. B. Wheeler, Isoline: lease, April 1920. 20. Contract 861 — A. Bergeda & Bro., Nashville: watch inspection, July 1920. 21. Contract 862 — John B. Ransom Co, Nashville: pipe lines, June 1920. 22. Contract 863 — St. Louis office lease, June 1920. 23. Contract 864 — J. M. Morgan, Cookeville: pasture lease, June 1920. 24. Contract 865 — Nashville Railway & Light Co.: pole and wire lines near 18th Avenue North, May 1920. 25. Contract 867 —Mary Hannah, Nashville: pasture lease, June 1920. 26. Contract 868 — John Sanders, Lebanon: lease, June 1920. 27. Contract 870 — Renfro Coal Company: spur track, June 1918. 28. Contract 871 — W. B. Gentry, Cookeville: lease, June 1920. 29. Contract 872 — A. P. Welch, Monterey: leases, July 1920. 30. Contract 873 — N. R. Bettis Coal Co, Lebanon: lease, July 1920. 31. Contract 874 — Pippin Brothers, Double Springs: lease, July 1920. 32. Contract 875 — Pennock-Waller Manufacturing Co, Monterey: lease, July 1920. Microfilm Roll #11_____________________________________________________________ Box 53: Legal Documents 1. Contract 876 — C. B. Ragland Co, Watertown: lease, July 19, 1920, 2. Contract 877 — Thos. Cusack Co, Nashville: lease for billboard, July 1920. 3. Contract 878 — Richardson Coal & Feed Co, Clarksville: Leases, July 1920. 4. Contract 879 — Overton Williams Coal Co, Nashville: lease, August 1920. 5. Contract 880 — J.B. Holman, Nashville: lease for boat dock, August 1920. 6. Contract 881 — S. H. Killebrew, Nashville: lease, April 1920. 7. Contract 882 — Vaughn & Laubheimer, Nashville: lease, August 1920. 8. Contract 883 — Buffalo Valley Loose Leaf Tobacco Co, Lease, August 1920, 9. Contract 884 — Ezzell Mill & Stone Co, Mill Creek: quarry lease, August 1920. 10. Contract 885 —T. P. Tucker, Nashville: lease for cultivation, August 1920. 11. Contract 886 — Apostolic Faith Home, Nashville: lease, August 1920. 12. Contract 887 — Dubois Bros., Buffalo Valley: lease, August 1920. 13. Contract 888 — State Board of Administration, Jordonia: driveway, August 1920. 14. Contract 889 — Royal Indemnity Co.: employee's surety bond, 1920-34. 15. Contract 891 — City of Monterey: sewer pipe crossing, September 1920. 16. Contract 892 — Corporate history in January 1918. 17. Contract 893 — American Railway Express Company: uniform contract for express operations, September 1920. 18. Contract 894 — Price-Bass Co, Nashville. Lease on 1st Avenue South September 1920. 19. Contract 895 — Chattanooga Pole Co.: yard lease, August 1920.

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20. Contract 896 — Barnes & Stanfield, Nashville: lease on spur near Richland Station, September 1920. 21. Contract 897 — Mather Humane Stock Transportation Co.: lease on stock and boxcars, June 1920. 22. Contract 898 — DuBois Bros., Buffalo Valley: lease for livestock pen and scales, October 1920. 23. Contract 899 — Baisly Bros., Pomona Road Lease, October 1920. 24. Contract 900 — Roane Iron Co, Rockwood: railroad water supply, October 1920. Box 54: Legal Documents 1. Contract 901 — Burch Bros., Buffalo Valley: lease on lot, October 1920. 2. Contract 902 — Ben Gadsey, Crab Orchard: lease, December 1922. 3. Contract 903 — George Piland, Cookeville: lease at stock pens, November 1920. 4. Contract 904 — Mecklenburg Real Estate Co, Nashville: office leases in Stahlman Building, December 1921. 5. Contract 905 — Tennessee Product Co, Clarksville: lease, November 1920. 6. Contract 906 — C. B. Collins, Westel: lease, November 1920. 7. Contract 907 — W. E. Davis, Bull Run: store and depot lease, December 1920. 8. Contract 908 — W. A. Jared, Buffalo Valley: lease, November 1920. 9. Contract 909 — Roane Iron Co, Rockwood: add track on right-of-way, October 1920. 10. Contract 910 — C. C. Christopher lease to C. L. Wadlington, Hopkinsville, KY: cultivation lease, November 1920. 11.Contract 911 — Indiana Board and Filler Co, Nashville: lease, December 1920. 12. Contract 912 — South Kentucky Power Co, Guthrie, KY: permission for power line, surety bond, October 1920. 13. Contract 913 — Cookeville Roller Mills, lease, December 1920. 14. Contract 914 — Selby & Cooper, Cookeville: lease for handling coal and ice, grain and feed, January 1921. 15. Contract 915 — Pettus Transfer Co, Clarksville: drayage and transfer gents, January 1921. 16. Contract 916 — Jennings & Robinson, Brush Creek, leases, February 1921. 17. Contract 917 — H. S. Myers, Watertown: leases, February 1921. 18. Contract 918 — Mrs. R. W. Reace and Dillard Stout, Algood: lease, February 1921. 19. Contract 919 — T. J. Gregory, Brotherton: lease, December 1921. 20. Contract 920 — D. M. Wheeler, Otter Creek: spur track, February 1921. 21. Contract 921 — R. M. Mills, Nashville: lease, February 1921. 22. Contract 922 — Otis Elevator Co.: freight and elevator inspection, September 1920. 23. Contract 923 — Lieberman, Loveman and Cohn, Nashville: water line, February 1921. 24. Contract 924 — Builders Supply Co, Lebanon: leases, February 1921. 25. Contract 925 — Price-Bass Co, Nashville: drayage contract and bond, February 1921. 26. Contract 926 — Litchfield Shuttle Co.: building at Van Blarcom, Nashville, September 1920. 27. Contract 928 — Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway: overhead crossing at Emory Gap, February 1921.

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28. Contract 929 — O. M. Tarver, Trustee for B. S. Paplanus & Co, Nashville : lease on Mulloy Street, March 1921. 29. Contract 930 — Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp.: leases near Harding Pike, March 1921. 30. Contract 931 — Tennessee, Kentucky & Northern Railroad: spur track and turntable at Algood, March 1921. 31. Contract 932 — American Railway Express Co.: space in baggage room in old depot on First Avenue South, February 1921. 32. Contract 933 — C. E. Southall, Fidelia, KY: lease, March 1921. 33. Contract 934 — War Department: lease on river front at Carthage, March 1921. 34. Contract 935 — A. P. Welch, Hanging Limb (Overton County): spur, March 1921. Box 55: Legal Documents 1. Contract 936 — Whitson & Alcott, Brush Creek: lease, April 1921. 2. Contract 937 — Gulf Red Cedar Co, Watertown: lease, April 1920 3. Contract 938 — A. F. Stanford, Donelson: feed plant spur, April 1921. 4. Contract 939 — Brier Hill Collieries: land at Watertown, June 1920. 5. Contract 940 — B. Stanfield: spur track at Richland Station, Harding Road Nashville, May 1921. 6. Contract 941 — Standard Oil Company of Louisiana: pipe line at Cookeville, April 1921. 7. Contract 942 — Eugene Roberts, Nashville: tract near Richland Station, May 1921. 8. Contract 943 — Joe Youngs, Allardt: two leases on Isoline Branch, May 1921. 9. Contract 944 — Indian Refining Co, Nashville: side track and pipe line, June 1921. 10. Contract 945 — J. W. Williams, Martha: lease, June 1921. 11. Contract 946 — Eugene Roberts and G. W. Finney, Nashville: lot for unloading stone, July 1921. 12. Contract 947 — Nashville Railway & Light Company: power line over tracks, July 1921. 13. Contract 949 — F. H. Engelbert and George Green, Nashville: lease near Richland Station, August 1921. 14. Contract 950 — Nashville Railway & Light Company: power line crossing, August 1921. 15. Contract 951 — J. C. Barnes, Cookeville: lease, September 1921. 16. Contract 952 — H. H. Turner, Nashville: pipe line crossing, September 1921. 17. Contract 953 — Western Union Telegraph Co.: contract mileage for lines, June 1921. 18. Contract 954 — Fall Creek Coal & Coke Co, Ozone: operation of Fall Creek branch and bond, October 1921. 19. Contract 955 — J. B. Bennett, Cookeville: lease for house, September 1921. 20. Contract 956 — W. C. Davis, L. D. Bockman, W. A. Hensby, and Dr. J. O. Cummings, Cookeville: pipe line, October 1921. 21. Contract 957 — Mercantile Trust Co, Trustee: suit for funds for operations, February 1921. 22. Contract 958 — Raven Cliff Coal Company, Mayland: lease, October 1920. 23. Contract 959 — J. W. Buttram, Crossville: lease for warehouse November 1921. 24. Contract 960 — H. W. Hankins, Lebanon: lease for stock raising3 December 1921.

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25. Contract 961 — Diehl & Lord Bottling Works, Nashville: lease off Harrison Street, December 1921. 26. Contract 964 — C. L. Wadlington, Hopkinsville, KY: lease along Little River, January 1922. 27. Contract 965 — Devoe Tobacco Company, Nashville: lease off Winston Avenue, January 1922. Box 56: Legal Documents 1. Contract 967 — Southeastern Express Company: general agreement for express facilities, February 1922. 2. Contract 968 — Cumberland Lodge, Nashville: office lease, March 1922. 3. Contract 969 — C. B. Wheeler, Isoline: lease, March 1922. 4. Contract 970 — John M. Harris, Clarksville: pasture lease, April 1922. 5. Contract 971 — Nashville Tie Co, Fox Bluff: spur track extension, March 1922. 6. Contract 973 — (was 913) Cookeville Roller Mill: lease, February 1924. 7. Contract 974 — W. B. Gentry, Cookeville: lease-, April 1922. 8. Contract 975 — Lansden & Hamilton, Cookeville: pasture lease, April 1924. 9. Contract 977 — J. C. Barnes, Cookeville: lease, April 1922. 10. Contract 978 — Bills Branch Coal Company, Monterey: coal supply, March 1922. 11. Contract 980 — (was 880) W. H. Byrd, Nashville: boat mooring, April 1922. 12. Contract 981 — Nashville Railway & Light Co.: electric lines, April 1922. 13. Contract 982 — Morgan Produce Co, Cookeville: lease, April 1922. 14. Contract 983 — S. H. Killebrew, Nashville: farming lease, March 1925. 15. Contract 984 — Farmers Union Supply Co, Cookeville: lease, April 1922. 16. Contract 985 — Charles Hornsby, Harriman: warehouse for meat, lards, other packing house products, April 1922. 17. Contract 986 — Maxwell Hill Company, Cookeville: grocery warehouse, April 1922. 18. Contract 987 — T. H. Rucker, Nashville: cultivation lease, April 1922. 19. Contract 988 — Illinois Central Railroad Company: interchange and inspection of equipment at Hopkinsville, KY, March 1922. 20. Contract 989 — A. B. Ranson, Trustee for the Star Box and Realty Co.: 10-inch drain, April 1922. 21. Contract 990 — Overton, Williams Pinner Company, Nashville: lease for coal yard on Charlotte Avenue, April 1922. 22. Contract 991 — Overton, Williams Pinner Company, Nashville: lease for coal yard, April 1924. 23. Contract 992 — G. C. Burch and C. L. Burch, Buffalo Valley: lease for warehouse, April 1922. 24. Contract 993 —Pettus Transfer Company, Clarksville: stable for transfer business, May 1922. 25. Contract 994 — E. E. Dorman, Cookeville: lease for saw mill and lumber yard, May 1922. 26. Contract 995 — J. H. Smith Lumber Co, Monterey: spur track for mill, May 1922.

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27. Contract 996 — The Travelers Insurance Company: solicitation of employees, April 1922. 28. Contract 997 — Gulf Refining Company of Louisiana-:two leases off Robertson Road, May 1922. 29. Contract 998 — P. V. Widener & Son: spur track, May 1922. 30. Contract 999 —A. J. Sullivan, Carthage Junction: lease for stock pen and scales warehouse, May 1922. 31. Contract 1000 — Carthage Auto Co.: through ticketing to and from Red Boiling Springs, May 1922. Box 57: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1001 — Enterprise Ice & Coal Company, Harriman: lease for coal and ice business at Monterey, June 922. 2. Contract 1002 — R. A. Waggoner, Carthage: warehouse extension, June 1922. 3. Contract 1003 — Selby & Cooper, Cookeville: Storage yard, June 1922. 4. Contract 1004 — A. P. Welch, Monterey: two leases for warehouse and storage, June 1922. 5. Contract 1005 — Cookeville Veneer Company: lease and water supply, June 1922. 6. Contract 1006 — Standard Oil Company of Louisiana, Crossville: pipe line, June 1922. 7. Contract 1007 — Manning-Orgain Supply Company, Clarksville: spur track, June 1922. 8. Contract 1008 — Fakes & Hooker, Lebanon: coal and lumber yard, June 1922. 9. Contract 1009 — R. Curd, Hickory Point (Montgomery County): store room and ticket office, June 1922. 10. Contract 1011 — U.S. Loan application for betterments, July 1922. 11. Contract 1012 — Amendment to charter3 February 1926. 12. Contract 1013 — Corporate Process Agents, Commonwealth of Kentucky, 1922-1946. 13. Contract 1014 — By-laws of Tennessee Central Railway Co.: undated, January 1922. 14. Contract 1015 — First Mortgage, American Trust Company, Trustee: Nashville, April 1922. 15. Contract 1016 — Equipment Trust, Series Al June 1922. 16. Contract 1017 — City of Clarksville: spur for rock crushing plant, June 1922. 17. Contract 1018 — Cookeville Ice & Coal Company: car-icing service, September 1922. 18. Contract 1019 — City of Watertown: pipe line easement, September 1922. 19. Contract 1020 — U.S. Corps of Engineers: joint operation at Fox Bluff, July 1922. 20. Contract 1021 — W. N. Selby & P. G. Cooper, Cookeville: coal yard lease, July 1924. 21. Contract 1022 — Standard Oil Company of Louisiana, Monterey: pipe line, April 1920. 22. Contract 1023 — Cooper Loftis, Cookeville: water pipe easement, July 1922. 23. Contract 1024 — S. E. Webb, Cookeville :lumber storage, June 1922. 24. Contract 1025 —R. R. Ogilvie, Nashville: warehouse, June 1922. Box 58: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1027 — Dow Lumber Co, Caney Fork: warehouse and lumber yard, July 1922. 2. Contract 1028 — Monterey Manufacturing Co, Brotherton: saw mill, July 1922. 3. Contract 1029 — City of Nashville: interceptor sewer easement along Brown's Creek, September 1922.

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4. Contract 1030 — J. G. Laubheimer, Nashville: material storage, September 1922. 5. Contract 1031 — N. R. Bettis Coal Co, Lebanon: coal yard, September 1922. 6. Contract 1032 — Tennessee Coal & Oil Co, Nashville: maintenance and operation of Crawford Branch extension, September 1922. 7. Contract 1033 — Bills Branch Coal Co.: spur track, October 1922. 8. Contract 1034 — J. B. Bennett, Cookeville: dwelling house easement, October 1922. 9. Contract 1035 — Delphos Bending Co, Monterey: timber storage, October 1922. 10. Contract 1036 — Ragland Potter Co, Watertown: warehouse site, October 1922. 11. Contract 1037 — B. Stanfield, Nashville: unloading stone, October 1922. 12. Contract 1038 — State Board of Administration, Jordonia: driveway, October 1922. 13. Contract 1040 — Mather Human Stock Transportation Co.: lease for 25 stock cars, October 1922. 14. Contract 1041 — Devoe Tobacco Co, Nashville: encroachment, October 1922. 15. Contract 1042 — Chattanooga Pole Co, Double Springs: storage yard, October 1922. 16. Contract 1043 — W. T. Hardison & Co, Nashville: drain pipe, October 1922. 17. Contract 1044 — Tennessee Central securities: to issue stock and bonds, September 1922. 18. Contract 1045 — A. M. Hill, Crawford siding, October 1922. 19. Contract 1046 — Thomas Cusack Company, Nashville: bill board easements, November 1922. 20. Contract 1047 — Fall Creek Coal & Coke Company: use of branch line near Ozone, November 1922. 21. Contract 1048 — J. C. Bradford, Western Steel Car & Foundry Co.: contract for freight cars, August 1922. 22. Contract 1049 — Thomas Cusack Co, Nashville: bill board space, July 1922. 23. Contract 1050 — W. E. Davis, Bull Run store and depot, December 1924. Microfilm Roll #12_____________________________________________________________ Box 59: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1051 — Horace M. Carr, Emory Gap: spur track, November 1922. 2. Contract 1052 — Ernest Summers, Emory Gap: land lease on wye, November 1922. 3. Contract 1053 — Travelers Insurance Co.: sale of insurance tickets, November 1922. 4. Contract 1054 — Highland & Fentress Coal Companies: coal for locomotives, November 1922. 5. Contract 1055 —Jennings & Robinson, North Alexandria: storehouse, November 1922. 6. Contract 1056 — Peacock Mining Co, Flat Rock: spur track, spur track, November 1922. 7. Contract 1057 — R. L. Kerr, Buffalo Valley: land lease, pump house, November 1922. 8. Contract 1058 — E. M. DuBois, Buffalo Valley: blacksmith shop, November 1922. 9. Contract 1059 — Louisville & Nashville Railroad, Nashville: joint use of spur tracks, November 1922. 10. Contract 1061 — Nashville Terminal Company: spur track for L&N Railroad Company to Jos. Scheffer Lumber Co, North Front St, May 1906.

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11. Contract 1063 — R. M. Mills, Executor of estate of H. M. Mills, deceased, Nashville: encroachment, December 1922. 12. Contract 1064 — Nashville Terminal Co. and Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co.: spur tracks, June 1906. 13. Contract 1065 — H. H. Turner, Nashville: water line crossing, July 1922. 14. Contract 1066 — Fentress Coal Co, Nashville: coal yard, December 1922. 15. Contract 1067 — Nashville Railway & Light Co.: spur track, December 1922. 16. Contract 1068 — Nashville Railway & Light Co.: power line crossing, December 1922. 17. Contract 1069 — C. L. Wadlington, Hopkinsville, KY: lease, December 1922. 18. Contract 1070 — J. H. Findley, Cox Valley: rental of rail materials, November 1922. 19. Contract 1071 — Brier Hill Collieries, Crawford: locomotive coal contracts December 1922. 20. Contract 1073 — R. G. Lawrence, Brush Creek: stock scales location, June 1922. 21. Contract 1073 — Tennessee Carbonic Gas Co, Nashville: spur track, January 1923. 22. Contract 1074 — White & Co, Nashville: warehouse location, January 1923. 23. Contract 1075 — W. H. Lingo, Westel: gardening plot, October 1922. Box 60: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1077 — DuBois and Burch, Buffalo Valley, stock pen and scales, January 1923. 2. Contract 1078 — Georgia Car and Locomotive Company: lease on five caboose cars, October 1922. 3. Contract 1079 — Moorhead Inspection Bureau: agreement on handling perishable freight, January 1923. 4. Contract 1080 — Mecklenburg Real Estate Co, Nashville: office leases in Stahlman Building, December 1923. 5. Contract 1081 — W. G. Bush & Company, Nashville: shifting of trackage in brick plant, June 1922. 6. Contract 1082 — E. L. Gee & Company, Nashville: storage yard for machinery, January 1923. 7. Contract 1083 — Tennessee, Kentucky & Northern Railroad, Algood: spur track and turntable, January 1923. 8. Contract 1084 — C. C. Burgess, Nashville: water line, January 1923. 9. Contract 1085 — Nashville Railway & Light Co.: power line crossing, January 1923. 10. Contract 1086 — Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company: agreement on Front Street trackage, February 1905. 11. Contract 1087 — H. W. Hankins, Lebanon: pasture, February 1923. 12. Contract 1090 — Price-Bass Co, Nashville: coal yard-, February 1923. 13. Contract 1091 — S. B. Harward, Livingston: Algood warehouse site, February 1923. 14. Contract 1092 — Yellow Cab Company, Nashville: passenger and baggage transfer, January 1934 and renewals. 15. Contract 1093 — Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland: Nashville city transfer bond, September 1922 and renewals. 16. Contract 1094 — Brier Hill Collieries, Watertown: lease, March 1923.

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17. Contract 1095 — City of Nashville: water main sale, March 1923. 18. Contract 1096 — C. E. Southall, Fidelia, KY: driveway, March 1923. 19. Contract 1097 — T. A. Whitaker, Nashville: cultivation lease, March 1923. 20. Contract 1098 — C. M. Hughes & Company, Nashville: lease, March 1923. 21. Contract 1100 — Pennock Walter Manufacturing Company: lease of used rail material, March 1923. Box 61: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1101 — Producers Pipe Line & Refining Company, Nashville: lease adjacent to refinery, March 1923. 2. Contract 1102 — Phillips & Buttorff Manufacturing Company, Nashville: spur track, March 1923. 3. Contract 1103 .— C. A. Pavatte, Mill Creek: residence lease, March 1923. 4. Contract 1104 — Southeastern Express Co.: agreement for package service, March 1923. 5. Contract 1105 — Hamilton & Melvin, Ozone- spur track, March 1923. 6. Contract 1106 — R. R. Ogilvie, Nashville: building supply storage, March 1923. 7. Contract 1107 — Atlantic Ice & Coal Corp, Nashville: ice storage building, March 1923. 8. Contract 1108 — Charles E. Malone, Nashville: boat house mooring, April 1923. 9. Contract 1109 — Robert Chambers, Hopkinsville, KY: water line crossing, April 1923. 10. Contract 1110 — I. L. Moore, Nashville: cultivation leases, March 1923. 11. Contract 1111 — Joe Youngs, Allardt: two strips of land at Isoline, April 1923. 12. Contract 1112 — Southeastern Express Company, Nashville: lease on part of passenger depot, April 1923. 13. Contract 1113 — G. M. Craft, Nashville: building for restaurant, April 1923. 14. Contract 1114 — Standard Oil Company of Louisiana: pipe line at Cookeville, April 1923. 15. Contract 1115 — Lieberman, Loveman & Cohn, Nashville: water line, April 1923. 16. Contract 1116 — First annual report, December 31, 1922. 17. Contract 1117 — A. L. Elmore, Pomona Road: leases, April 1923. 18. Contract 1119 — Nashville Terminal Company: spur track agreement on Front Street, April 1905. 19. Contract 1120 — Howe Ice Company, Nashville: land near ice plant, November 1904. 20. Contract 1121 — Nashville Terminal Company, Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company: trackage changes in Nashville, May 1905. 21. Contract 1122 — Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company: agreement on certain spur tracks, November 1912. 22. Contract 1124 — Nashville Terminal Company and Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company: track cross over on Front Street, March 1906. 23. Contract 1126 — Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company: trackage to Nashville Chemical Co, August 1907. 24.Contract 1127 — Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway: joint use of spur, October 1914. 25. Contract 1128 — Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway: joint trackage, March 1916.

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26. Contract 1129 — Review of corporate history 1912-1922, including receivership bankruptcy, sale at auction and formation of new corporation. 27. Contract 1130 — H. H. Wallman and Newt Horn, Bull Run: lease for fishing camp, May 1923. Box 62: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1132 — A. M. Hill, Crawford: coal shed, May 1923. 2. Contract 1133 — Dark Tobacco Growers Cooperative Association: Clarksville warehouse spur track, May 1923. 3. Contract 1134 — Roane Iron Company, Rockwood: trackage agreement, May 1923. 4. Contract 1135 — Williams Manufacturing Company, Watertown: mill site, May 1923. 5. Contract 1136 — Nashville Railway & Light Company: electric line crossing, May 1923. 6. Contract 1137 — Carthage Auto Company: passenger transfer to Red Boiling Springs from Carthage, June 1923. 7. Contract 1138 — Brier Hill Collieries, Overton County: dam and water line, May 1923. 8. Contract 1139 — National Life and Accident Insurance Company, Nashville: insurance franchise, June 1923. 9. Contract 1140— Steiner & Lightman, Nashville: scrap yard storage, June 1923. 10. Contract 1141 — R. A. Waggoner, Carthage: cultivation lease, June 1923. 11. Contract 1142 — A. P. Welch, Monterey: rental of track material, June 1923. 12. Contract 1143 — Nashville Terminal Company and L&N Railroad Company, Nashville: Front Street trackage, March 1906. 13. Contract 1144 — Cookeville Ice & Coal Company: icing refrigerator cars, June 1923. 14. Contract 1145 — Peoples Coal Company, Nashville: spur track, June 1923. 15. Contract 1146 — Nashville Railway & Light Company: cable crossing, July 1923. 16. Contract 1147 — W. C. Davis, L. D. Bockman, W. A. Hensley, and Dr. J.O. Cummings, Cookeville: water line, July 1923. 17. Contract 1148 — City of Lebanon: wire and cable crossing, July 1923. 18. Contract 1149 — Cumberland County Road Commissioners, Crossville: unloading pit, July 1923. 19. Contract 1152 — H. W. Stanley Jr., Mill Creek: residence lease, July 1933. 20. Contract 1153 — Builders Supply Company, Lebanon: storage for building materials, July 1923. 21. Contract 1154 — J. D. King Coal Company, Lebanon: coal yard, July 1923. 22. Contract 1155 — C. M. Gooch Mining Company: mine track at Davidson, July 1923. 23. Contract 1157 — Nashville Terminals Company, Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company and Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway: Vine Hill interchange, August 1923. 24. Contract 1158 — Standard Oil Company of Louisiana: oil pipe line at Ashland City, July 23. 25. Contract 1159 — S. J. Ritter, Scottsboro: fishing camp, August 1923. 26. Contract 1160 — C. W. Kempkau & Company, Nashville: storage yard for building materials, August 1923.

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27. Contract 1162 — County of Smith: lease on three tracts, August 1923. 28. Contract 1165 — Robertson Brothers, Nashville: coal yard, September 1923. Box 63: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1163 — Jakes Foundry Company, Nashville (Van Blarcom): new spur track, August 1923. 2. Contract 1164 — Chattanooga Pole Company, Buffalo Valley: pole yard, August 1923. 3. Contract 1166 — Putnam Coal Company, Cookeville: coal yard, September 1923. 4. Contract 1167 — Bergeda's: general time inspector, September 1923. 5. Contract 1168 — Caldwell & Chapmart: office space at Maxwell House, May 1927. 6. Contract 1170 — Tennessee Products Co, Clarksville: lease along spur track, October 1923. 7. Contract 1171 — T. P. Tucker, Nashville: garden lease, October 1923. 8. Contract 1172 — C. D. Jones, Watertown: coalbin, November 1923. 9. Contract 1173 — American Locomotive Company: contract for four Mikado (2-8-2) locomotives and supplement, May 1924. 10. Contract 1174 — Robert Patton, Watertown: planing mill storage, October 1923. 11. Contract 1175 — Nashville Railway & Light Company: power line crossing, November 1923. 12. Contract 1176 — Nashville Terminal Realty Company: lease from I. F. McLean and Company and Miller & Company, June 1923. 13. Contract 1177 — W. J. Miller and Nashville Terminal Realty Company lease of two parcels of land, August 1906. 14. Contract 1178 — Hickman Williams Company, Nashville. storage yard for rail, November 1923. 15. Contract 1179 — H. E. Parmer, Nashville: spur to serve warehouse, December 1923. 16. Contract 1180 — W. L. Cooper Lumber Company, Brotherton: saw mill and lumber storage, December 1923. 17. Contract 1181 — Pierpont-Paxton Company, Crab Orchard: lease of rail materials, November 1923. 18. Contract 11821 — Putnam Mining Company, Dripping Springs: spur track to coal mine, January 1924. 19. Contract 1183 — Meador & Young, Nashville: spur track, January 1924. 20. Contract 1184 — Peerless Roller Mills, Cookeville: storage warehouse, January 1924. 21. Contract 1185 — L&N Railroad Company, Nashville: trackage agreement, July 1911. 22. Contract 1186 — L&N Railroad Company: joint use of track, January 1924. 23. Contract 1187 — A. L. Elmore, Pomona Road-: lease, depot and space, January 1924. 24. Contract 1188 — A. P. Welch, Overton County, Green Pond: lumber storage, January 1924. 25. Contract 1189 — Hickman Home Telephone Company: phone wire crossing, February 1924. 26. Contract 1190 — W. L. Foutch, Lebanon: warehouse for storage of oil, February 1924. 27. Contract 1191 — Gulf Red Cedar Company, Lebanon: storage yard, February 1924. 28. Contract 1192 — R. E. Landis: sewer pipe, February 1924.

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29. Contract 1193 — Price-Bass Company, Nashville: drayage between terminals, February 1924. 30. Contract 1195 — Nashville Railway & Light Company: power line crossing, March 1924. 31. Contract 1196 — Liberty Brick & Tile Company, Nashville: spur track, February 1924. 32. Contract 1197 — M. M. Hale & Company, South Carthage: lease to Naive- Spillers Corp, January 1924. 33. Contract 1199 — J. F. Lehnon, Monterey: sewer line crossing, March 1924. 34. Contract 1200 — Capitol City Stone Company, Nashville: storage yard for building materials, March 1924. Microfilm Roll #13_____________________________________________________________ Box 64 Legal Documents 1. Contract 1201— Crescent News and Hotel Company, Nashville: sale of newspapers, periodicals, fruit, etc, on trains and in stations March 1924. 2. Contract 1202 — Monterey Light & Power Company: bond f or guy wires anchorages, November 1923. 3. Contract 1203 — J. L. Barnes, Nashville: storage yard for building stone, April 1924. 4. Contract 1204 — Town of Algood: land for streets and parks, April 1924. 5. Contract 1205 — Carthage Auto Co.: passengers to Red Boiling Springs , April 1924. 6. Contract 1206 — J. L. Bohannon, Cookeville: cultivation of potatoes, April 1924. 7. Contract 1207 — H. N. Foster, Cookeville: warehouse for oil products, May 1924. 8. Contract 1208 — Hickman Williams Company, Nashville: storage yard for rail, May 1924. 9. Contract 1209 — Walter Marney and O. B. Williford Harriman: coal yard, May 1924, 10. Contract 1210 — Martin Dowell, Cookeville: Tater line crossing, August 1923. 11. Contract 1211 — W. R. Shanks, Buffalo Valley: blacksmith shop, June 1924. 12. Contract 1212 — Interstate Ice & Coal Company, Lebanon: storage yard and access to plant, July 1924. 13. Contract 1213 — Bill's Branch Coal Company, Monterey: locomotive coal, June 1924. 14. Contract 1214 — Highland Coal & Lumber Company, Nashville: locomotive coal, June 1924. 15. Contract 1215 — R. B. Roberts, Nashville: spur track, July 1924. 16. Contract 1216 — Brier Hill Collieries, Crawford: locomotive coal, July 1924. 17. Contract 1217 — Clifford L. Grace, Nashville: site for movable pie wagon, July 1924. 18. Contract 1219 — Hickman Williams Company, Stone's River: rail storage yard, July 1924. 19. Contract 1222 — Baxter Home Telephone Company: pole line on right-of-way in PutnamCounty, August 1924. 20. Contract 1223 — War Department: incline track at Lock A, July 1924. 21. Contract 1224 — John Oman Jr., Crossville: spur track, September 1924. 22. Contract 1225 — Fentress Coal & Coke Company, Wilder: locomotive coal, July 1929. 23. Contract 1226 — Standard Oil Company of Louisiana, Baxter: spur track, September 1924. 24. Contract 1227 — Nashville Railway & Light Company: power line crossing, August 1924. 25. Contract 1228 — J. W. Crockett, Nashville: garage, September 1924.

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26. Contract 1229 — A. P. Welch, Monterey: lease of track material for tram track, June 1924. 27. Contract 1230 — G. C. Burch and E. H. Maddux, Buffalo Valley: live stock pen and scales, October 1924. Box 65: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1231 — Watertown Planing Mill: coal yard, October 1924. 2. Contract 1232 — City of Lebanon water and sewer line crossings, October 1924. 3. Contract 1233 — Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway: interlocking plant at Lebanon, October 1924. 4. Contract 1234 — C. E. Southall, Fidelia, KY: depot building, November 1924. 5. Contract 1235 — John Derossett, Crab Orchard: water line, November 1924. 6. Contract 1236 — W. N. Selby and P. G. Cooper, Cookeville: warehouse, December 1924. 7. Contract 1237 — Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company: joint use of spur track, September 1914. 8. Contract 1238 — N.C.& StL. Railway: water tank site on Stone's River, December 1924. 9. Contract 1239 — T. A. Wright Jr., Crab Orchard: lease of used rail, December 1924. 10. Contract 1240 — Nashville Oil Co.: South Hill Street land, January 1925. 11. Contract 1241 — C. C. Barber, Shop Springs: storage yard for sawmill, January 1925. 12. Contract 1244 — B. H. Owen, Clarksville: lease on land for six small houses, February 1925. 13. Contract 1245 — A. F. Stanford, Davidson County: spur track, February 1925. 14. Contract 1246 — Airdale Coal Company, Highland Junction: spur in Fentress County off Crawford Branch, February 1925. 15. Contract 1247 — Hermitage Portland Cement Co. and L&N Railroad: side tracks, July 1924. 16. Contract 1248 — Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Co, Nashville spur track, January 1925. 17. Contract 1249 — Overton-Williams-Pinner Co, Nashville: trestle and spur, February 1925. 18. Contract 1250 — W. D. Goodpasture, Donelson: coal yard, February 1925. 19. Contract 1251 — Aaron Bergeda, Nashville: Watch inspector, March 1925. 20. Contract 1252 — James Lightman, Nashville: spur track, March 1925. 21. Contract 1253 — G. A. Jackson, Green Hill: farming, March 1925. 22. Contract 1254 — Cookeville Ice & Coal Co.: lease for coal and ice office, March 1925. 23. Contract 1255 — H. H. Hall, Nashville: property next to broom factory, March 1925. 24. Contract 1255 — (was 976) Dorman Coal Co, Nashville: lease, April 1922. 25. Contract 1256 — James Johnson, Franklin Pike: farming, March 1925. 26. Contract 1257 — Joe Robertson and Andrew Evans: lease at Stone's River. farming, March 1925. 27. Contract 1258 — Hermitage Portland Cement Company, Nashville: two sidetracks, March 1925. 28. Contract 1259 — E. W. G. Borer, Pomona Road: leases, depot, April 1925. 29. Contract 1260 — Nashville Railway & Light Company: power line crossings, April 1925.

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Box 66: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1261 — Chattanooga Pole Company, Buffalo Valley: storage yard, April 1925. 2. Contract 1262 — Denny-Jared Company, Buffalo Valley: stockyard, April 1925. 3. Contract 1263 — W. A. Hensley, Cookeville: grocery warehouse, April 1925. 4. Contract 1265 — International Steel & Iron Company, Nashville: storage yard for building material, April 1925: 5. Contract 1266 — Hegeman-Harris Company, Nashville: storage of building materials, May 1925. 6. Contract 1267 — Carthage Tobacco Works: coal yard, May 1925. 7. Contract 1268 — Christian Todd Telephone Company, Hopkinsville, KY: wire crossing, May 1925. 8. Contract 1270 — C. B. Simons and T. H. Cross, Algood: warehouse site, August 1924. 9. Contract 1271 — A. B. Kirtland and E. G. Connette, Nashville: filling station, May 1926. 10. Contract 1272 — Carthage Auto Co.: tourist business to Red Boiling Springs, June 1925. 11. Contract 1273 — S. R. Lee, Van Blarcom: chicken yard, June 1925. 12. Contract 1274 — T. H. Nixon and A. D. Willey, North Alexandria: stock scales, May 1925. 13. Contract 1275 — Christian Todd Telephone Company: wire crossing, June 1925. 14. Contract 1276 — City of Cookeville: for canning factory, June 1925. 15. Contract 1277 — Tennessee Highway Department, Cumberland County: land for road, June 1925. 16. Contract 1278 — Havoline Oil Company, Nashville: warehouse, July 1925. 17. Contract 1279 — Quinn Brothers, Nashville: pie wagon, July 1925. 18. Contract 1280 — W. Wayne Harris, Donelson: coal yard, July 1926. 19. Contract 1281 — Dupont Rayon Company, Old Hickory: rail crossing, July 1925. 20. Contract 1282 — Atlantic Refining Co, Algood, unloading spur, July 1925. 21. Contract 1283 — A. S. Frazier and E. H. Davis, Shop Springs: canning factory, June 1925. 22. Contract 12847 — Nashville Railway & Light Company: wire crossing near Mt. Juliet, July 1925. 23. Contract 1285 — Nashville Egg Case Filler Co.: warehouse, June 1925. 24. Contract 1286 — Pan American Southern Petroleum Co, Nashville: storage tanks and building, July 1925. 25. Contract 1287 — Hegeman-Harris Co, Nashville: storage yard, September 1925. 26. Contract 1288 — L. D. Ramsey Coal Co, Lebanon: coal yard, August 1925. 27. Contract 1289 — Dean-Williams Weed Destroyer Co.: contract to clear tracks and right-ofway, January 1926. 28. Contract 1290 —Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Co. Old Hickory: lines over railroad, September 1925. 29. Contract 1291 — E. S. Colley Coal Co, North Nashville: spur at Harrison Street', October 1925. 30. Contract 1292 — G. E. Harrison, J. A. Kinuner and J. R. Mitchell, Crossville: industry spur, November 1925.

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31. Contract 1293 — Highland Coal & Lumber Co, Davidson: tram track for coal mine, October 1925. 32. Contract 1294 — City of Watertown: roadway to pumping plant, November 1926. 33. Contract 1295 — Tennessee Electric Power Co, Monterey: oil pipe line under tracks, November 1925. 34. Contract 1296 — Sam Bussell, Cookeville: coal yard, November 1925. 35. Contract 1297 — Ford Flour Company, Nashville: encroachment on property, December 1925. 36. Contract 1298 — J. H. Morrison, Clarksville: agricultural land, January 1926. 37. Contract 1299 — Frank Coal Company, Nashville: spur track, December 1925. 38. Contract 1300 — Tennessee Dept. of Agriculture, Rockwood: telephone lines across railway, December 1925. Box 67: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1301 — Carthage Grain Company: grain warehouse, December 1925. 2. Contract 1302 — City of Nashville: water main crossing, November 1925. 3. Contract 1303 — City of Nashville: water main crossing, December 1925. 4. Contract 1304 — City of Nashville: water main crossing, December 1925. 5. Contract 1305 — E. G. Connette, Nashville: filling station, January 1926. 6. Contract 1306 — Watertown: water line under track, January 1926. 7. Contract 1307 — W. N. Selby and S. S. Webb, Cookeville: coal yard site, February 1926. 8. Contract l309 — C. L. Wadlington, Hopkinsville, KY: agricultural lease, February 1926. 9. Contract 1310 — International Steel & Iron Company, Nashville: storage yard for building material, February 1926. 10. Contract 1311 — J. L. Webb, Nashville: water main crossings, February 1926. 11. Contract 1312 — Nashville Railway & Light Co.: pole crossing, February 1926. 12. Contract 1313 — Pettus Transfer Co, Clarksville: drayage agents, January 1926. 13. Contract 1314 — E. L. Hampton, Nashville: water main, March 1926. 14. Contract 1316 — Elmore Brothers, Isoline: warehouse, March 1926. 15. Contract 1317 — Guy DeBow, Hopewell: coal yard, March 1926. 16. Contract 1318 — Guy DeBow, Hopewell: spur track, March 1926. 17. Contract 1319 — Gracey Avenue Water Co, Clarksville: water line under tracks, April 1926. 18. Contract 1320 — R. P. and H. A. Gentry, Cookeville: warehouse, April 1926. 19. Contract 1321 — A. E. Tabor, Isoline. spur track, April 1926. 20. Contract 1322 — City of Watertown: water line beneath track, April 1926. 21. Contract 1323 — Cookeville Veneer Co, veneering plant and storage yard, April 1926. 22. Contract 1324 — P. L. Judd, Brotherton, saw mill and storage, April 1926. 23. Contract 1325 — John W. Mellott Jr., Scottsboro: fishing camp, May 1926. 24. Contract 1326 — Ramsey Coal Co, Lebanon, coal yard, May 1926. 25. Contract 1327 — Phillips & Buttorff Mfg. Co, Nashville: spur track extension, June 1926. 26. Contract 1328 — Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company and Werthan Bag Company, Nashville: industry spurs, May 1926.

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27. Contract 1329 — City of Cookeville: water main below tracks, June 1926. 28. Contract 1330 — City of Cookeville: water line on right-of-way, July 1925. 29. Contract 1331 — City of Cookeville: water line under right-of-way, June 1926. 30. Contract 1332 — Grandview Coal & Ice Co, Nashville, coal yard, June 1926. 31. Contract 1333 — Summit Coal & Fertilizer Co, Clarksville: coal yard, June 1926. 32. Contract 1334 — Dupont Rayon Co, Old Hickory: water main under tracks, July 1926. 33. Contract 1335 — Phillips & Buttorff Mfg. Co, Nashville: cart runway across tracks, August 1926. 34. Contract 1336 — Menzies Shoe Co, Cookeville: spur track, August 1926. 35. Contract 1337 — Howell H. Campbell, Nashville: lease, August 1926. 36. Contract 1338 — Fruit Growers Express: refrigerator cars, August 1926. 37.Contract 1340— Gulf Refining Co. of Louisiana, Cookeville: siding, October 1926. Box 68: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1341 — R. L. Alcorn, Buffalo Valley: saw mill, October 1926. 2. Contract 1342 — Martin & Bone, Lebanon: spur for coal & feed, October 1926. 3. Contract 1343 — John Oman Jr.: construction at Creston, October 1926. 4. Contract 1344 — J. M. Jennings, North Alexandria: storehouse site, November 1927. 5. Contract 1345 — Pan American Petroleum Corp, Nashville: bulk plant, November 1926. 6. Contract 1346 — Gainesboro Telephone Co.: pole at passenger station in Cookeville, December 1926. 7. Contract 1348 — Otis Elevator Co.: inspection of elevator at Nashville freight house, December 1926. 8. Contract 1349 — Cumberland Hickory Co, Nashville: loading and unloading boats and barges, January 1927. 9. Contract 1350 — Steiner & Lightman, Nashville. spur, January 1927. 10. Contract 1351 — General Outdoor Advertising Co, Nashville: lease for billboards, January 1927. 11. Contract 1352 — Nashville Gas & Heating Co.: pipe line, January 1927. 12. Contract 1354 — City of Nashville: Belmont-Hillsboro sewer, March 1927. 13. Contract 1355 — Jared Kerr & Co, Buffalo Valley: stock yard, March 1927. 14. Contract 1356 — W. Frank Fessey, Nashville: lease near Vine Hill, March 1927. 15. Contract 1357 — H. H. Wallman, Bull Run: fishing camp, April 1927. 16. Contract 1359 — Hughes Sand & Gravel Co, Nashville: spur track, April 1927. 17. Contract 1360 — Cumberland Coal Company, Isoline. spur and siding to serve coal tipple, April 1927. 18. Contract 1361 — Foster & Creighton Company, Nashville: storage and finishing mill, April 1927. 19. Contract 1362 — City of Monterey: lease, June 1927. 20. Contract 1363 — Nashville Gas & Heating Co.: gas pipe line crossing, May 1927. 21. Contract 1364 — Hughes Sand & Gravel Company, Nashville: gravel ballast purchase, June 1927.

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22. Contract 1365 — Brier Hill Collieries: power line crossing on Crawford Branch, June 1927. 23. Contract 1366 — Gasoline Service Corp, Nashville: encroachment of storage tank: transfer to Blackwood: transfer to Goodyear, June 1927 and following. 24. Contract 1367 — Summit Coal & Fertilizer Co, Clarksville: coal yard, June 1927. 25. Contract 1368 — Putnam Mining Company: rental of track materials for narrow gauge track near Dripping Springs, July 1927. 26. Contract 1369 — Ferd and Golden Hicks, Monterey: lease for warehouse and storage: renewals, July 1927. 27. Contract 1370 — Nashville Baseball Association: sidewalk at entrance to ballpark, July 1927. Microfilm Roll #14_____________________________________________________________ Box 69: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1371 — McMurray Structural Steel Co, Nashville: side track, July 1927. 2. Contract 1372 — Ed Ryan and Frank H. DePierri, Nashville: movable pie wagon, August 1927 3. Contract 1373 — Tennessee Department of Highways: retaining wall at South Carthage, August 1927. 4. Contract 1374 — Claude Leftwich, Nashville: lunch stand, August 1927 5. Contract 1375 — M. E. Hooper, Nashville: pasture, August 1927. 6. Contract 1376 — W. T. Hardison and Co.: gutter and retaining wall, August 1927. 7. Contract 1377 — Tennessee Electric Power Company, Crossville: spur track, September 1927. 8. Contract 1378 — Gould Contracting Company: rental of track material at Old Hickory, September 1927. 9. Contract 1379 —- Mahler & Poe, Cookeville: coal yard, October 1927. 10. Contract 1380 — Tennessee Handle Company, Cookeville: land for handle factory, October 1927. 11. Contract 1381 — R. R. Ogilvie, Nashville: coal and building supply yard, November 1927. 12. Contract 1382 — R. R. Ogilvie, Nashville: spur track near Belmont Boulevard, November 1927. 13. Contract 1383 — Guy DeBow, Hopewell: side track, October 1927. 14. Contract 1384 — Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company, Carthage: wire crossing, October 1927. 15. Contract 1385 — Old Hickory Water Company: water line under tracks at Old Hickory November 1927. 16. Contract 1386 — W. M. Robbins, Nashville: cultivation and pasture, December 1927. 17. Contract 1387 — Exchange Building Company, Nashville: lease on office space, December 1927. 18. Contract 1388 — T. D. Alcorn, Buffalo Valley: warehouse, February 1928. 19. Contract 1389 — City of Nashville: spur track to filtration plant, December 1927. 20. Contract 1390 — City of Nashville: dog kennel, September 1927.

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21. Contract 1391 — Adams Poster Advertising Company, Old Hickory-. bill boards, February 1928. 22. Contract 1393 — Earl Ellis, Lebanon, cultivation lease, February 1928. 23. Contract 1394 — Walden University, Nashville: sewer crossing, March 1928. 24. Contract 1395 — Crawford & Bates Cage, Cookeville: pie wagon, March 1928. 25. Contract 1396 — A. P. Welch, Crawford Branch: spur track, March 1928. 26. Contract 1397 — Nashville Gas & Heating Company: pipe line crossing, March 1928. 27. Contract 1398 — Adams Poster Advertising Company: bill board, April 1928. 28. Contract 1399 — Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company, Clarksville: trackage rights, March 1928. Box 70: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1401 — William Taylor, Nashville: boat house, April 1928. 2. Contract 1402 — Tennessee Board of Education, Cookeville: sewer line crossing for Tennessee Polytechnic Institute, April 1928. 3. Contract 1404 — Alexandria Ice Company, North Alexandria: storage tank, April 1928. 4. Contract 1405 — Producers & Refiners Corporation, Central Junction (Davidson County): spur track April 1928. 5. Contract 1406 — City of Crossville: sewer and water line crossings, April 1928. 6. Contract 1407 — "Nigger" Hill Coal Company, Highland Junction (Fentress County): spur tracks, May 1928. 7. Contract 1408 — Rock City Construction Company, Nashville: stone yard, May 1928. 8. Contract 1410 — Denny Love Company, Buffalo Valley: stock yard, May 1928. 9. Contract 1411 — Jared, Denny & Love Company, Buffalo Valley: stock yard, May 1928. 10. Contract 1412 — Watertown Produce Company, Gordonsville: building for produce business, May 1928. 11. Contract 1413 — Pippin Brothers, Double Springs. coal yard, May 1928. 12. Contract 1414 — Provident Life and Accident Insurance Company, Chattanooga: insurance solicitation, May 1928. 13. Contract 1415 — H. D. Pettus, Clarksville: stable, June 1928. 14. Contract 1416 — S. H. Killebrew, Nashville: gardening and cultivation lease, July 1928. 15. Contract 1417 — Naive Spillers Corp, Cookeville: poultry Business, July 1928. 16. Contract 1419 — J. C. Stockett, Nashville. lease of switch engine 105, August 1928. 17. Contract 1420 — C. H. Cross, Algood: warehouse site, August 1928. 18. Contract 1421 — Independent Oil & Gas Company, Cookeville: pipe line crossing, August 1928. 19. Contract 1422 — "Nigger" Hill Coal Company: lease of track materials for tramline for mine cars at Davidson, August 1928. 20. Contract 1423 — River Products Company, Nashville: spur track, August 1928. 21. Contract 1425 — Walter J. Bryson Paving Company. paving on First Avenue North, September 1928.

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22. Contract 1426 — Tennessee Dept. of Highways and Public Works, Nashville: reconstruction of bridge over Brown's Creek near Franklin Pike, October 1928. 23. Contract 1429 — Erwin Abernathy, Kenwood (Montgomery County): coal yard, October 1928. 24. Contract 1430 — J. A. Mefford, Nashville: pump house, October 1928. 25. Contract 1431 — Peerless Oil and Gas Company, Dupontonia: filling station, October 1928. 26. Contract 1432 — R. A. Waggoner, Carthage: filling station, November 1928. 27. Contract 1433 — Southeastern Express Company, Old Hickory: lease on part of depot building, November 1928. 28. Contract 1435 — W. A. Hensley, Cookeville: siding, November 1928. Box 71: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1436 — Nashville Industrial Corporation, Nashville: storage yard for rail, November 1928. 2. Contract 1439 — Pettus Transfer Company, Clarksville: lease of six mall houses, December 1928. 3. Contract 1440 — W. E. Lamb, Nashville: storage yard for machinery, December 1928. 4. Contract 1441 — Moore & Boyd, Ringgold (Montgomery County): temporary spur track, August 1928. 5. Contract 1442 — Lilly Brokerage Company, Nashville: belt line spur, January 1929. 6. Contract 1444 — Tennessee Dept. of Highways and Public Works, Roane County: land for highway, February 1929. 7. Contract 1445 — Nashville Gas & Heating Company, Nashville: pipe line crossing, January 1929. 8. Contract 1446 — PanAmerican Petroleum Corp, Cookeville: extension of spur track, March 1929. 9. Contract 1447 — Cookeville Veneer Company: spur track, March 1929. 10. Contract 1448 — Tennessee Handle Company, Cookeville: storage yard, March 1929. 11. Contract 1449 — Hicks Brothers, Monterey: lease of rail materials for tram, March 1929. 12. Contract 1450 — A. E. Grubbs, Hopkinsville, KY: cultivation lease, March 1929. 13. Contract 1451 — C. C. Burgess, Nashville: cultivation and driveway, April 1929. 14. Contract 1454 — W. A. Sheetz, Clarksville: signs or billboards, April 1929. 15. Contract 1456 — Love, Foster Company, Buffalo Valley: stock yard, May 1929. 16. Contract 1458 — W. F. Fisher, Martha: saw mill, May 1929. 17. Contract 1459 — Adams Poster Advertising Company, Old Hickory: bill boards, May 1929. 18. Contract 1460 — Peoples Fuel Company, Nashville: spur off Belt Line, May 1929. 19. Contract 1461 — S. H. Killebrew, Nashville: cultivation lease, May 1929. 20. Contract 1462 — Bransford Realty Company, Nashville: pipe lines under tracks near Donelson, June 1929. 21. Contract 1463 — J. M. Stone, Dupontonia: auto storage, June 1929. 22. Contract 1464 — Pugh & Copeland Lumber Co, Bills Branch: use of tram car, June 1929. 23. Contract 1465 — W. M. Tatom, VanBlarcom: spur track extension, June 1929.

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24. Contract 1466 — Mrs. Addie Harris, Nashville. pie wagon, June 1929. 25. Contract 1467 — Columbia Produce Co, Cookeville: loading platform and spur track, June 1929. 26. Contract 1468 — A. L. Love, J. E. Foster, W. W. Jared and W. 0. Jared, Buffalo Valley: stock yard, June 1929. 27. Contract 1469 — Davidson Mining Company, Davidson: lease of track and material, July 1929. 28. Contract 1470 — E. H. Maddux, Buffalo Valley: blacksmith shop, June 1929. Box 72: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1471 — Jonas Redelsheimer, Nashville: filling station, July 1929. 2. Contract 1472 — Cookeville Veneer Company: water line crossing at Crossville, July 1929. 3. Contract 1473 — J. B. Branham, Lebanon. oil distribution station, July 1929. 4. Contract 1474 — Progressive Coal Company, Nashville: spur track for coal yard, July 1929. 5. Contract 1475 — Walter Baird, Nashville: lunch room, July 1929. 6. Contract 1477 — River Products Corporation, Nashville: spur track, September 1928. 7. Contract 1478 — Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company, Old Hickory: wire crossing, July 1929. 8. Contract 1479 — Western Union Telegraph Company and Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company: pole line on right-of-way, September 1929. 9. Contract 1481 — City of Nashville: sewer crossing, September 1929. 10. Contract 1482 — Tennessee Department of Highways and Public Works, South Carthage: raise spur track, September 1929, 11. Contract 1486 — Liquid Carbonic Corporation, Nashville: spur track and two extensions, November 1929. 12. Contract 1487 — A. B. Pugh, Mayland: spur track off Isoline Branch, December 1929. 13. Contract 1488 — Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railway Co, Emory Gap: agreement for joint use of facilities, January 1930. 14. Contract 1489 — Sinclair Refining Company, Harriman: spur track, January 1930. 15. Contract 1490 — Davidson Mining Company, Davidson: removal of tracks, January 1930. 16. Contract 1491 — Oakley Oil Company, Nashville: building for oil trucks and tanks, February 1930. 17. Contract 1492 — A. E. Grubbs, Hopkinsville, KY: cultivation of crops, March 1930. 18. Contract 1493 — J. F. Hathcock, Nashville: spur track, March 1930. 19. Contract 1495 — Jenkins Brothers, Nashville: filling station, April 1930. 20. Contract 1496 — Sheetz Poster Advertising Company, Clarksville: bill boards, April 1930. 21. Contract 1497 — Standard Supply Company, Nashville: warehouse, April 1930. 22. Contract 1498 — Atlantic Ice & Coal Company, Nashville: ice storage, April 1930 and renewals. 23.Contract 1499 — Cumberland Stone Company, Inc, Otter Creek (Cumberland County) crushing plant, April 1930. 24.Contract 1500 — H. E. Richardson, Old Hickory: spur track, May 1930.

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Box 73: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1501 — A. E. Ware, Cookeville: crop cultivation, May 1930. 2. Contract 1502 — General Outdoor Advertising Company, Nashville: bill boards, May 1930. 3. Contract 1505 — John A. Myatt, Nashville: boat mooring, June 1930. 4. Contract 1506 — Robertson Bros., Nashville: coal yard, June 1930. 5. Contract 1507 — W. C. Phillips, Kenwood (Montgomery County): old depot lease, June 1930. 6. Contract 1508 — Nashville Gas & Heating Company. gas main crossing, July 1930. 7. Contract 1509 — E. M. Bond Storage Company, Nashville: spur track, April 1930. 8. Contract 1510 — Wooden Products Company, Van Blarcom: spur track, July 1930. 9. Contract 1512 — Gainesboro Telephone Company: telephone line along right-of-way near Crab Orchard, September 1930. 10. Contract 1513 — L. R. Campbell, Nashville: water main crossing, September 1930. 11. Contract 1514 — Merchants Dispatch, Inc.: to supply refrigerator cars, July 1930. 12. Contract 1517 — W. E. Davis, Bull Run (Davidson County): house and barn, November 1930. 13. Contract 1518 — G. W. Tribble, Watertown: water line crossing, November 1930. 14. Contract 1520 — George Martin, Harriman: telephone wire crossing, December 1930. 15. Contract 1521 — Tennessee Electric Power Company, South Harriman: water line crossing, November 1 930. 16. Contract 1524 — Alliance Casualty Company: bond for Nashville Warehouse and Elevator Company contract, January 1931. 17. Contract 1525 — American Locomotive Co, New York: two steam locomotives of 4-8-2 type, road numbers 553 and 554, January 1926. 18. Contract 1526 — C. L. Gardner, Nashville-. filling station site, January 1931. 19. Contract 1527 — H. S. Sawrie Company, Nashville: warehouse storage at Bryan Terminals, January 1931. 20. Contract 1528 — Robert E. Lee, Harriman, telephone wire crossing, January 1931. 21. Contract 1530 — Miss Sallie Jackson, Green Hill (Wilson County): cultivation lease, February 1931. 22. Contract 1531 — C. M. Hovey, Old Hickory Lumber Company: use of wye tail track as spur, February 1931. 23. Contract 1532 — Mrs. Sade Hayes, Ozone: section house lease, March 1931. 24. Contract 1534 — Cumberland Coal Company, Isoline Branch: telephone line, April 1931.

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Box 74: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1536 — J. G. Hodges, Livingston: spur track at Paragon (Putnam County), April 1931. 2. Contract 1537 — Walter E. Buck, Bull Run: fishing camp, April 1931. 3. Contract 1538 — Tennessee Cereal Company, Nashville: sewer crossing, May 1931. 4. Contract 1539 — Union Transfer Company, Nashville: oil storage tanks, April 1931. 5. Contract 1540 — S. L. Painter, Double Springs: cultivation lease, May 1931. 6. Contract 1541 — General Outdoor Advertising Company, Nashville: billboards, May 1931. 7. Contract 1543 — Rev. Richard Brooks, Nashville: storage yard and pigpen, July 1931. 8. Contract 1544 —T. L. Bumpas, Nashville: coal yard, July 1931. 9. Contract 1546 — Doubleday Bush Coal Company, Nashville: coal yard, August 1931. 10. Contract 1547 — W. L. Hammett Oil Company, Nashville: site for tanks and buildings, September 1931. 11. Contract 1548 — Cookeville Ice & Coal Company: icing and salt for refrigerator cars, October 1931. 12. Contract 1550 — Oakley Gas & Oil Company, Inc, Nashville: site for building, February 1932. 13. Contract 1552 — R. T. Estes, Nashville: filling station, April 1932. 14. Contract 1553 — Leo D. Campbell, Bull Run: fishing camp, April 1932. 15. Contract 1554 — L. P. Shanks & Co, Crossville: storage site for building materials, April 1932. 16. Contract 1556 —Hermitage Portland Cement Company, Nashville, and Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company: plant trackage operations, April 1932. 17. Contract 1557 — R. L. Eves, Nashville: filling station, August 1932. 18. Contract 1558 — B. F. Shaver, Clarksville: spur track, May 1932. 19. Contract 1559 — Tennessee Cereal Company, Nashville: siding, September 1932. 20. Contract 1560 — W. W. Watson Coal Company, Lebanon: coal yard, October 1932. 21. Contract 1561 — Bohannon, Brown Veneer Company, Crossville: warehouse, October 1932. 22. Contract 1562 — Joe Wright, Nashville: entrance to land, October 1932. 23. Contract 1563 — N. McK. Bryan, Hermitage: water line crossing, November 1932. 24. Contract 1564 — Loftin, Briley, Cassetty Company, Nashville: coal yard, September 1932. 25. Contract 1565 — Tennessee Handle Company, Cookeville: site for storage warehouse, January 1933. Microfilm Roll #15_____________________________________________________________ Box 75: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1566 — J. B. Oliver, Lebanon: gasoline distribution station, January 1933. 2. Contract 1567 — Southeastern Express Company: general agreement for express facilities, February 1933. 3. Contract 1568 — A. F. Ashburn, Mayland (Cumberland County): storehouse site, March 1933. 4. Contract 1570 — Chas. T. Lehman, Nashville. storage yard for machinery, March 1933.

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5. Contract 1571 — Jack Nichols, Nashville: filling station, April 1933. 6. Contract 1572 — Sinclair Refining Company, Central Junction (Davidson County): spur track, January 1933. 7. Contract 1573 — City of Nashville: sewer crossing, May 1933. 8. Contract 1574 — C. J. Cornellison, Nashville: bulk oil station, June 1933. 9. Contract 1576 — Isaac Walton League: permit for sign at fish nurseries, June 1933. 10. Contract 1577 — City of Crossville: water line crossing, July 1933. 11. Contract 1578 — R. A. Walker, Edgoten, KY: storage warehouse, July 1933. 12. Contract 1580 — D. S. Atkinson, Nashville: minnow box, September 1933. 13. Contract 1581 — Miss L. M. Culver, Nashville: spur track, August 1933. 14. Contract 1583 — Ed Berry. sewer crossing, September 1933. 15. Contract 1585 — Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company, Nashville: wire crossing, July 1933. 16. Contract 1587 — Tennessee Coal Company, Donelson: coal unloaders, October 1933. 17. Contract 1589 — John Joseph Friedli, Nashville: filling station, December 1933. 18. Contract 1590 — J. F. Carter, Nashville: filling station, December 1933. 19. Contract 1591 — John Oman Jr., Contractor: construction on Crawford Branch, November 1933. 20. Contract 1592 — O. Kirkpatrick, Scottsboro: cultivation lease, January 1934. 21. Contract 1593 — R. H. Fitzgerald, Nashville: warehouse space, February 1934. 22. Contract 1594 — Lilly Brokerage Company, Nashville: two spur tracks, August 1933. 23. Contract 1595 — F. G. Newell: cleaning up rail scrap near Old Hickory, April 1934. 24. Contract 1596 — Cornelius D. Harris, Nashville: garden plot, April 1934. 25. Contract 1597 — H. L. Pack, Nashville: tear down old depot building at Van Blarcom station, April 1934. 26. Contract 1598 — Tennessee Emergency Relief Administration, Clarksville: cultivation lease, April 1934. 27. Contract 1600 — Balthrop Coal Company, Nashville: spur track, May 1934. Box 76: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1601 — Libby, McNeil & Libby: storage for food products, May 1934. 2. Contract 1602 — Central Oak Products Company, Nashville: lumber and stave storage, May 1934. 3. Contract 1603 — W. F. Fessey, Nashville: minnow box, June 1934. 4. Contract 1604 — Western Union Telegraph Company: permit for motor car to operate Nashville to Old Hickory, April 1934. 5. Contract 1605 — General Outdoor Advertising Company: bill boards, June 1934. 6. Contract 1606 — Nashville Paper Stock Company: frame warehouse, June 1934. 7. Contract 1607 — Payne's Garage, Dupontonia: storage yard for used cars, July 1934. 8. Contract 1609 — State Highway Department of Tennessee: spur track at Algood, July 1934. 9. Contract 1610 — Rocky Branch Coal Company: lease on part of Isoline Branch tracks, July 1934.

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10. Contract 1611 — C. B. Ragland: pasture at Gravellotte (Cheatham County), August 1934. 11. Contract 1612 — Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland: employee surety bond, July 1934. 12. Contract 1613 — Joe Puckett, Dupontonia: filling station, August 1934. 13. Contract 1617 — Indemnity Insurance Company of North America: auto and public liability policy, 1936 on. 14. Contract 1619 — Loftin, Briley, and Cassetty Company, Nashville: coal yard, October 1934. 15. Contract 1622 — Merchants Ice Delivery Company, Nashville: coal yard, November 1934. 16. Contract 1625 — L. B. Foster Company, Algood: rail storage, January 1935. 17. Contract 1626 — Tennessee Department of Highways and Public Works, Smith County: bridge easement, January 1935. 18. Contract 1629 — Dodson Crowe Grain Company, Cookeville: feed and grain warehouse, March 1935. 19. Contract 1630 — G. R. Oglesby, Bull Run: camp house, March 1935. Box 77: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1631 — W. B. Gentry, Cookeville: coal yard, March 1935. 2. Contract 1632 — C. C. Davis, Carthage: passenger, mail, baggage and express service from Carthage to Carthage Junction, May 1932. 3. Contract 1634 — Joe M. Puckett, Dupontonia: filling station, March 1935. 4. Contract 1635 — Joe M. Puckett, Dupontonia: spur track, March 1935. 5. Contract 1637 — Cornelius D. Harris, Nashville: garden plot, April 1935. 6. Contract 1638 — Mrs. Jess Hasler, Crab Orchard: water line crossing, April 1935. 7. Contract 1639 — R. C. Townsend, Hermitage: cultivation of crops, April 1935. 8. Contract 1640 — Ragland, Potter & Co, Cookeville: warehouse, April 1935. 9. Contract 1641 — Charles B. Dodd, Nashville: pie wagon site, May 1935. 10. Contract 1642 — W. H. Levine, Nashville: Tennis court, May 1935. 11. Contract 1643 — Harry Lightman, Nashville: trash pit, May 1935. 12. Contract 1644 — Mather Human Stock Transportation Company: lease on boxcars, May 1935. 13. Contract 1645 — Eugene Gant Jr., Nashville: filling station, June 1935. 14. Contract 1647 — Richardson Coal & Feed Company, Clarksville: garage, June 1935. 15. Contract 1648 — A. L. Friedli, Nashville: filling station, June 1935. 16. Contract 1650 — Red Ace Petroleum Co, Nashville: pipe line crossing, June 1935. 17. Contract 1651 — Meadow Creek Coal Co, Dripping Springs: lease on track material, July 1935. 18. Contract 1653 — Pendergrass Hardware Co., Cookeville: storage buildings, July 1935. 19. Contract 1654 — Little & Dickey Coal Co, Vine Hill: spur track, July 1935. 20. Contract 1655 — W. R. Stone, Nashville: lunch stand and cultivation, August 1935. 21. Contract 1656 — Love & Amos Coal Co, Nashville: coal supply for locomotives, August 1935.

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22. Contract 1657 — Tennessee Dept. of Highways and Public Works: grade crossing protection on Highway 11 (Nolensville Road), August 1935. 23. Contract 1659 — St. Bernard Coal Co. and Davidson Mining Company, Nashville: locomotive coal, August 1935. Box 78: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1662 — Tennessee Electric Power Co, Harriman: water line under right-of-way, October 1935. 2. Contract 1664 — McCanless Cash Feed Co, Cookeville: feed business, November 1932. 3. Contract 1665 — Acme Distributing Company, Nashville: petroleum unloading pipe at Cookeville, October 1935. 4. Contract 1666 — J. M. Lassing, Dupontonia: filling station, November 1935. 5. Contract 1667 — J. H. Seward, Rockwood: garden site and cow pasture, November 1935. 6. Contract 1670 — Gulf Refining Company, Carthage: bulk gasoline and oil station, October 1935. 7. Contract 1671 — Meadow Creek Coal Company, Dripping Springs: spur track, November 1935. 8. Contract 1672 — T. D. Alcorn, Buffalo Valley: blacksmith shop, December 1935. 9. Contract 1673 — A. B. Perkins, Lebanon: stock yard and scales, December 1935. 10. Contract 1674 — R. A. Walker, Edgoten, KY: storage, December 1935. 11. Contract 1679 — Isoline Coal Co.: sale of ALCO locomotive #211 for $1,300, February 1936. 12. Contract 1680 — E. E. Medley, Buffalo Valley: gristmill, May 1936. 13. Contract 1685 — T. L. Herbert & Sons, Nashville: storage, March 1936. 14. Contract 1686 — Ernest Cereal Company, Nashville-: siding, March 1936. 15. Contract 1687 — Tennessee Electric Power Company, Old Hickory: pole line on right-ofway, November 1935. 16. Contract 1688 — J. B. Robertson, Green Hill (Mt. Juliet): cultivation lease, March 1936. 17. Contract 1689 — A. J. Turman, Buffalo Valley: dwelling house site, March 1936. 18. Contract 1690 — Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co, Nashville: cable conduit, March 1936. 19. Contract 1691 — J. R. Horn, Lebanon: stock pasture, March 1936. 20. Contract 1694 — R. C. Owen & Company, Hopkinsville, KY: water line, April 1936. 21. Contract 1695 — Morgan Produce Company, Cookeville: warehouse, May 1936. 22. Contract 1697 — S. J. Hathcock Lumber Co, Lebanon: building material storage, June 1936. 23. Contract 1699 — R. A. Frazier, Nashville: sewer crossing, August 1936. Box 79: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1701 — Central Oak Products Co, Nashville: lumber storage, August 1936. 2. Contract 1703 — Gulf Refining Company, Carthage: bulk gasoline and oil station, August 1936. 3. Contract 1704 — Doubleday Bush Coal Co, Nashville: coal yard, August 1936.

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4. Contract 1706 — Kentucky-Tennessee Light & Power Co, Edgoten, KY: power line crossing, August 1936. 5. Contract 1707 — Eller & Olson, Crab Orchard: four pipe lines, August 1936. 6. Contract 1708 — T. S. Randolph, Crossville: warehouse, August 1936. 7. Contract 1709 — Tennessee Electric Power Co, Watertown: power line crossing, September 1936. 8. Contract 171 — Peter Fox Sons Company, Cookeville: poultry and egg business, September 1936. 9. Contract 1713 — H. J. Webb, Nashville: watch inspector, September 1936. 10. Contract 1714 — Steiner & Lightman, Nashville: storage yard for scrap iron, November 1936. 11. Contract 1715 — Merritt Stave & Lumber Co, Clarksville: unloading platform, December 1936. 12. Contract 1717 — Dodson Crowe Gain Co, Cookeville: site for warehouse, December 1936. 13. Contract 1723 — Tennessee Valley Authority, Harriman: power line crossing, February 1937. 14. Contract 1726 — Guy Parrish, Hermitage: cultivation lease, March 1937. 15. Contract 1727 — Neal Motor Co, Old Hickory: used car lot at Dupontonia, March 1937. 16. Contract 1728 — Price-Bass Co, Nashville: transfer agent, February 1937. 17. Contract 1729 — Ernest Bilbrey, Brotherton: saw mill, March 1937. 18. Contract 1733 — Tennessee Dept. of Highways and Public Works: grade crossing protection, March 1937. 19. Contract 1735 — H. G. Loftis, Brotherton: saw mill, April 1937. 20. Contract 1736 — Eller & Olson, Cookeville: spur track, April 1937. 21. Contract 1738 — Cookeville Sand & Gravel Co., Cookeville: warehouse, April 1937. 22. Contract 1740 — American Airlines, Inc., Donelson: gasoline tank storage, April 1937. Box 80: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1742 — Fate West, Nashville: tear down old barn, June 1937. 2. Contract 1745 — Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.: line crossing in Dupontonia, May 1937. 3. Contract 1746 — Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co.: wire crossing, May 1937. 4. Contract 1747 — John Oman Jr., Nashville: siding near Van Blarcom station, June 1937. 5. Contract 1748 — H. B. Sparks, Clarksville: loading platform, July 1937: 6. Contract 1749 — Werthan Bag Corp, Nashville: storage, July 1937. 7. Contract 1750 — H. L. Pack: raze depots and platforms at Mt. Juliet and Martha, August 1937. 8. Contract 1752 — Southern Oil Service Algood: use of track spur, July 1937. 9. Contract 1753 — Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corp.: power line crossing, July 1937. 10. Contract 1755 — City of Hopkinsville, KY: brick pump house, October 1937. 11. Contract 1756 — C. B. Dodd Jr., Nashville: water line crossing, September 1937.

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12. Contract 1757 — Doubleday Bush Coal Co.: coal storage at Nashville, September 1937. 13. Contract 1759 — A. R. Tomlinson, Mt. Juliet: wagon scales, October 1937. 14. Contract 1760 — Dan M. Post, Nashville: spur track, November 1937. 15. Contract 1761 — Phil Macdonald, Nashville: filling station, November 1937. 16. Contract 1763 — Tennessee Dept. of Highways and Public Works, Nashville grade crossing protection, August 1937. 17. Contract 1764 — V. A. Berridge, Gravellotte: clean creek, November 1937. 18. Contract 1765 — Indemnity Insurance Company of North America insurance, January 1937 and renewals. 19. Contract 1766 — Highland Mining Company, Davidson: spur track agreement, November 1937. 20. Contract 1767 — Crossville Lumber Company: spur track, November 1937. 21. Contract 1769 — Cookeville Iron & Metal Co.: material storage and office, January 1938. 22. Contract 1770 — General Outdoor Advertising Co.: sign on building at Nashville, January 1938. Box 81: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1771 — Donnell & Philpot, Lebanon: driveway, February 1938. 2. Contract 1773 —A. G. Holloway, VanBlarcom, Nashville: factory site, coal yard and filling station, March 1938. 3. Contract 1775 — J. W. Gillespie, Nashville: building to house trucks and oil tanks, April 1938. 4. Contract 1776 — Balthrop Coal Company, Nashville: coal yard, April 1938. 5. Contract 1777 — Ernst Cereal Company, Nashville: spur track, April 1938. 6. Contract 1778 — Apex Oil Corporation, Nashville: oil pipe line crossing, April 1938. 7. Contract 1779 — Mrs. Etta Dodd, Nashville: pie wagon, April 1938. 8. Contract 1781 — Pennyrile Rural Electric Cooperative: power line crossing near Masonville, KY, May 1938. 9. Contract 1782 — Little Coal Company, Vine Hill (Nashville): spur track, June 1938. 10. Contract 1783 — Kent Davis, Bull Run: driveway, July 1938. 11. Contract 1784 — Gaither Chemical Company, Nashville: spur track, July 1938. 12. Contract 1782 — R. L. Woodall, Nashville: spur track, August 1938. 13. Contract 1790-91 — Nashville Water Company: water line crossing and pump house, August 1938. 14. Contract 1794— Finley M. Dorris Company, Nashville: ambulance service, September 1938. 15. Contract 1795— W. H. Mahler, Cookeville: coal yard, September 1938. 16. Contract 1796 — Gulf Refining Corp, Donelson: gasoline storage tanks, October 1938. 17. Contract 1797 — E. L. Pardue and Porter Dunlap, Nashville: commission on cars loaded', October 1938. 18. Contract 1798 — Victor Abeles, Nashville: spur track, October 1938.

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19. Contract 1799 — Tennessee Valley Authority: power line crossing in Montgomery County, October 1938. 20. Contract 1800 — P. C. McCandless, Cookeville: feed warehouse, October 1938. Microfilm Roll #16_____________________________________________________________ Box 82: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1801 — Pennyrile Rural Electric Cooperative, Kentucky: power line crossing at Mile Post H-81 on line to Hopkinsville, October 1938. 2. Contract 1802 —Pennyrile Rural Electric Cooperative, Kentucky: power line crossing near milepost H-75 on track to Hopkinsville', October 1938. 3. Contract 1803 — Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, Nashville: conduit crossing on Sharondale Drive, October 1938. 4. Contract 1804 — Nile E. Yearwood, Nashville: unload and store builder's supplies, November 1938. 5. Contract 1806 — Mather Human Stock Transportation Company: lease on 96 standard boxcars, May 1950. 6. Contract 1807 — Miss Ethel Golston, North Alexandria: storage warehouse, November 1938. 7. Contract 1809 — D. & C. Feed & Seed Company, Cookeville: warehouse for storage, December 1938. 8. Contract 1810 — West Kentucky Coal Company, Nashville: spur track, December 1938. 9. Contract 1813 — Tennessee Department of Highways and Public Works. grade crossing elimination at Minnesota Avenue, Nashville, January 1939. 10. Contract 1814 — E. B. Ogilvie, Nashville: storage area, February 1939. 11. Contract 1815 — H. L. Pack, Donelson: raze depot buildings at Donelson, February 1939. 12. Contract 1817 — W. H. Tompkins Company, Nashville: storage area, March 1939. 13. Contract 1819 — Tom Loden, Ozone: tear down section house, April 1939. 14. Contract 1820 — Rob Roy, North Alexandria: stock scale site, April 1939. 15. Contract 1821— Earl Cass, Cookeville: pie wagon, April 1939. 16. Contract 1822 — Cookeville Sand & Gravel Company: storage area, April 1939. 17. Contract 1823 — Charles J. Sanders, Nashville: filling station, April 1939. 18. Contract 1824 — Peabody Coal Company, Nashville: coal yard, April 1939. 19. Contract 1825 — Hunter Young, Nashville: warehouse, April 1939. 20. Contract 1826 — Meadow Creek Coal Company, Dripping Springs, car interchange, May 1939. 21. Contract 1827— William H. Sewell, Nashville: pie wagon, May 1939. 22. Contract 1828 — Franklin Limestone Company, Martha: spur track, May 1939. 23. Contract 1829 — Oates Norrod, Crawford: raze depot and platform, April 1939. 24. Contract 1830 — Charles J. Sanders, Nashville: filling station, April 1939. 25. Contract 1832 — William H. Coleman Co, Rockwood: lease, May 1939. 26. Contract 1833 — Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation: power line crossing near Martha, May 1939.

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27. Contract 1835 — Acme Contracting Company, Nashville: dismantle five brick buildings on First Avenue South, May 1939. 28. Contract 1836 — Harry Lightman, Nashville: construct trash bin, June 1939. 29. Contract 1837 — Hugh L. Chenault, Lebanon: erect carpenter shop, June 1939. 30. Contract 1848 — Doubleday Bush Coal Company, Nashville: coal storage yard, August 1939. 31. Contract 1849 — Charles Hornsby, Harriman: spur track, January 1939. 32. Contract 1850 — Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company, Old Hickory: cable crossing, June 1939. Box 83: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1851 — Steiner & Lightman, Nashville .-storage yard, August 1939. 2. Contract 1852 — Pennyrile Rural Electric Co-Operative Corp. Thompsonville, KY: power line crossing, August 1939. 3. Contract 1853 — George Mays, Nashville: rebuild front wall of freight station, August 1939. 4. Contract 1854 — Adams Outdoor Advertising Company, Old Hickory: erect billboards, September 1939. 5. Contract 1855 — Dortch Stove Works, Nashville: space in freight station, September 1939. 6. Contract 1856 — W. D. Hudson, Thompsonville, KY: bulk oil station, October 1939. 7. Contract 1857 — J. M. Hosale, Nashville: dismantle building, October 1939. 8. Contract 1858 — Thomas E. Smith, Nashville: alterations to freight depot, October 1939. 9. Contract 1859 — Rollow & Murray, Nashville: floor space in freight depot, October 1939. 10. Contract 1860 — Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company, Martha wire crossing under tracks, August 1939. 11. Contract 1861 — Foster & Creighton Co., Nashville Machinery: storage, October 1939. 12. Contract 1862 — Upper Cumberland Electric Membership Corp: power line crossing at Carthage Junction, July 1939. 13. Contract 1863 — Tennessee Department of Conservation, Crab Orchard: water pipe crossing, November 1939. 14. Contract 1864 — E. Martin, Nashville: painting of freight depot, November 1939. 15. Contract 1865 — General Outdoor Advertising Company, Nashville: billboards, November 1939. 16. Contract 1866 — N. P. Ivey, Nashville: lunch room, December 1939. 17. Contract 1867 — T. H. Mullins: raze old depot at Waldensia, December 1939. 18. Contract 1868 — Railway Express Agency: rate change, November 1939. 19. Contract 1869 — Railway Express Agency: rate change, December 1939. 20. Contract 1870 — Woodall Brothers Coal Co, Nashville: coal yard, December 1939. 21. Contract 1874 — Padgett Motor Co, Lebanon: driveway, January 1940. 22. Contract 1877 — Hugh Bryan, Shop Springs: cultivation lease, February 1940. 23. Contract 1878 — Ragland, Potter & Company, Cookeville: warehouse, February 1940. 24. Contract 1879 — Southern Continental Telephone Company, Cookeville: wire crossing, January 1940.

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25. Contract 1880 — T. A. Brown, Nashville: cultivation lease, February 1940. 26. Contract 1882 — Sessions Construction Company, Nashville: power line crossing, February 1940. 27. Contract 1883 — J. L. Bates, Cookeville: pie wagon site, March 1940. 28. Contract 1884 — Tom Loden, Ozone: raze section house, April 1940. 29. Contract 1885 — C. L. Liggett & Son, Nashville: site for grain hopper and elevator, April 1940. 30. Contract 1887 — Joe Davis, Gordonsville: rebuilding bridge at Carthage Junction, April 1940. 31. Contract 1888 — S. O. Richardson and H. D. Pettus, Clarksville: small store, April 1940. 32. Contract 1889 — Ragland, Potter & Co, Crossville: warehouse platform, April 1940. 33. Contract 1890 — P. V. Hamblen, Old Hickory: garage site, April 1940. 34. Contract 1893 — Gordon Wolfe and R. T. Reeder, Clarksville: spur track, April 1940. 35. Contract 1895 — Bascom Reed, Dorton: raze section houses, April 1940. 36. Contract 1896 —G. F. Carvell, Nashville: floor auditor's office in Nashville freight station, May 1940. 37. Contract 1898 — Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co, Nashville: pole line crossing, June 1940. 38. Contract 1900 — H. P. Murray Jr., Nashville: floor space in freight depot, August 1940. Box 84: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1902 — T. S. Randolph, Crossville: warehouse, September 1940. 2. Contract 1904 — Frank Coal Co, Nashville: coal yard, December 1939. 3. Contract 1905 — Jeffrey Coal Company, Ltd.: Obey City: delivery contract, September 1940. 4. Contract 1906 — Bush Building Company, Nashville: spur track, August 1940. 5. Contract 1907 — P. E. Evans, Caney Fork: farming lease, September 1940. 6. Contract 1908 — Standard Oil Company of Louisiana, Nashville spur track, September 1940. 7. Contract 1909 — Pullman-Standard Car Manufacturing Co.: order for 65 fifty-ton hopper cars, September 1940. 8. Contract 1910 — Jeffrey Coal Company, Obey City: steam locomotive 221 made by American Locomotive Company, October 1940. 9. Contract 1911 — Montgomery County School Board, Clarksville: gas tank site, October 1940. 10. Contract 1912 — Nashville Water Company: master water meter, November 1940. 11. Contract 1913 — Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Co., Nashville: cable conduit, September 1940. 12. Contract 1914 — Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company, Lebanon: tile cable duct, November 1940. 13. Contract 1915 — H. D. Pettus, Clarksville: site for stable, November 1940. 14. Contract 1919 — J. E. Chilton, Nashville: lumber storage, December 1940. 15. Contract 1920 — Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company: wire crossing, November 1940.

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16. Contract 1921 — Lawrence Jacobs and Ernest Hardison Jr., Cookeville: storage warehouse, November 1940. 17. Contract 1922 — Equitable Life Insurance Society of the United States, St. Louis: office lease, November 1940. 18. Contract 1923 — Tennessee Department of Highways and Public Works, Nashville: underpass on Woodlawn Drive, December 1937. 19. Contract 1924 — Pullman-Standard Car Manufacturing Company: order for 100 boxcars, December 1940. 20. Contract 1926 — Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company, Nashville: cable condut, November 1940. 21. Contract 1927 — H. B. Brown, Cookeville: pie wagon, January 1941. 22. Contract 1929 — Mrs. W. D. Williams, Nashville: lunch room, January 1941. 23: Contract 1930 — Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway Company: rental of track scale test equipment, January 1941. 24.Contract 1934 — W. G. Bennett, Lebanon: stock pasture, February 1941. Box 85: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1936 — The Pullman Company: sale of four parlor cars, March 1941. 2. Contract 1937 — Hugh Chapman, Westel: raze watchman's house, April 1941. 3. Contract 1938 — A. V. Howard. raze section house, April 1941. 4. Contract 1939 — Roy Bascom Reed: raze section house at Ozone, April 1941. 5. Contract 1940 — George Cheatham, Nashville: lease on 3-room house, May 1941. 6. Contract 1943 — S. B. Gilreath, Wilson County: Lebanon storage track, May 1941. 7. Contract 1944 — Hogin Coal Company, Nashville: coal yard lease, May 1941. 8. Contract 1945 — Hogin Coal Company, Nashville: spur track, May 1941. 9. Contract 1946 — United States of America, Edgoten: use of passing track to unload cars of gasoline, May 1941. 10. Contract 1947 — J. A. Perkins, Lebanon: oil and gas station, June 1941. 11. Contract 1948 — Town of Crossville: water line crossing, June 1941. 12. Contract 1949 — Outlaw Field, Clarksville: spur track, May 1941. 13. Contract 1950 — James Hunter Jr., Edgoten, KY: lease on house, June 1941. 14. Contract 1951 — D. C. Jackson, Edgoten, KY: lease on house, June 1941. 15. Contract 1952 — Electric Power Board of Nashville: power line on right-of-way near Dupontonia, June 1941. 16. Contract 1953 — Joe Davis, Gordonsville: build bridge abutments near Carthage Junction, July 1941. 17. Contract 1954 — W. E. Jackson, Edgoten, KY: saw mill, June 1941. 18. Contract 1955 — L. B. Jackson & Company, VanBlarcom: spur track, May 1941. 19. Contract 1956 — Black Coal & Ice Company, Nashville: coal yard and ice plant, August 1941. 20. Contract 1959 — Tennessee Valley Authority: moving rail line near Harriman for new dam, October 1941.

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21. Contract 1960 — Thomas E. Smith, Nashville: raze building near Nashville station, October 1941. 22. Contract 1961 — Joe Davis, Carthage Junction: bridge excavations, October 1941. 23. Contract 1962 — Town of Crossville: water pipe crossing, October 1941. 24. Contract 1963 — American Locomotive Company. lease of locomotives, November 1941. Box 86: Legal Documents 1. Contract 1966 — P. C. McCanless, Cookeville: warehouse, December 1941. 2. Contract 1969 — Hope Natural Gas Company: pipe line crossing near Ashland City, December 1941. 3. Contract 1971 — Spur Distributing Company, Nashville: spur track, January 1942. 4. Contract 1972 — Oman Construction Company: excavation near Edgoten, KY, January 1942. 5. Contract 1973 — E. D. Hamner, Clarksville: grading side tracks, January 1942. 6. Contract 1976 — Spur Distributing Company, Nashville: pipe line, February 1942. 7. Contract 1978 — Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph Company: wire crossing near Rockwood, July 1941. 8. Contract 1979 — Foster & Creighton Company: lease of track material at Smyrna, March 1942. 9. Contract 1980 — Spur Distributing Company, Nashville: wire crossing, March 1942. 10. Contract 1983 — W. Thompson Crockett, Nashville: sewer crossing, April 1942. 11. Contract 1984 — Morrison Knudsen Company, Algood: two spur tracks February 1942. 12. Contract 1985 — Meadow Creek Coal Company: sale of used rail, April 1942. 13. Contract 1986 — Forcum-James Company: lease on locomotive 215, May 1942. 14. Contract 1987 — Cookeville Ice & Coal Co.: coal storage, May 1942. 15. Contract 1988 — The Pullman Company: sale of private car “Palm Beach,” April 1942. 16. Contract 1989 — Mrs. Gertrude Cayce, Nashville: pie wagon, May 1942. 17. Contract 1992 — Massman-Metcalf-Hamilton Construction Co., Lancaster: roadway, February 1942. 18. Contract 1993 — Weymouth Construction Company, Clarksville: lease of track material, April 1942. 19. Contract 1995 — Breslin Construction Company and White Consolidated, Inc, Clarksville: lease of track material, April 1942. 20. Contract 1996— R. H. Wright & Son, Clarksville: lease of rail materials, April 1942. 21. Contract 1997 — Illinois Central Railroad Company: sale of three I.C. locomotives, March 1942. 22. Contract 1999 — Massman-Metcalfe-Hamilton Companies, Lancaster: cement unloading and storage, July 1942.

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Box 87: Legal Documents 1. Contract 2001 — Ralph Rogers Company, Louisville, KY: lease of track materials, April 1942. 2. Contract 2002 — J. F. Anderson, Clarksville: grading on wye tracks at Summit Yard, February 1942. 3. Contract 2004 — Rockwood Electric Utility: power line crossings, June 1942. 4. Contract 2006 — Nashville Suburban Utility District: erect and maintain pump house, August 1942. 5. Contract 2009 — Morrison-Knudsen Company: construct and operate cement unloader at Algood, August 1942. 6. Contract 2011 — Cumberland Lumber Co., Dorton: lumber shipping depot, October 1942. 7. Contract 2012 — Charles H. Burke, Nashville: wrecking fire-damaged buildings, December 1942. 8. Contract 2013 — Thomas W. Gardner, Nashville: architectural services for rebuilding freight house and office, December 1942. 9. Contract 2013A — W. L. Nicholson Co.: rebuild freight depot at Nashville, February 1943. 10. Contract 2014 — War Department: hire and operation of locomotive at Camp Campbell, Clarksville, October 1942. 11. Contract 2015 — Van Buren Coal & Lumber Company, Crossville: erect and maintain coal ramp, January 1943. 12. Contract 2017 — A. M. Welch, Crossville: erect and maintain coal ramp, January 1943. 13. Contract 2018 — Foster & Creighton Company, Nashville: storage yard, February 1943. 14. Contract 2019 — White Bluff Quarry, Clarksville: stone ballast, February 1943. 15. Contract 2020 — White Bluff Quarry, Clarksville: spur track, February 1943. 16. Contract 2021 — Fred Stephens, Hermitage: cultivation of crops, March 1943. 17. Contract 2023 — Nashville Terminals of L.&N. and N.C. & St.L.: agreement on interchange of cars at Nashville, August 1930. 18. Contract 2024 — Bransford Fuel Company, Lane: coal ramp for loading cars, May 1943 19. Contract 2025 — Bransford Fuel Company, Lane: spur track extension, May 1943. 20. Contract 2026 — L & W Coal Company, Lovejoy: extension track, May 1943. 21. Contract 2028 — Home Mortgage Company and Woodbine Courts, Inc, Nashville: drainage ditch, May 1943. 22. Contract 2030 — L & W Coal Company, Lovejoy: coal loading ramp, May 1943. 23. Contract 2032 — Ernest Bilbrey, Brotherton, log yard, June 1943. 24.Contract 2035 — Phillips & Buttorff Manufacturing Company, Nashville: extension to press shop, August 1943. 25. Contract 2036 — U.S. Army, War Department: pole line crossing west of Mount Juliet, August 1943. 26. Contract 2038 — Caldwell & Chapman: lease for railroad ticket office, October 1944.

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Microfilm Roll #17_____________________________________________________________ Box 88: Legal Documents 1. Contract 2041 — Bransford Fuel Company, Highland Junction (Fentress County): loading ramp, August 1943. 2. Contract 2043 — J. D. Cooper, Mayland: erect shed at store, September 1943. 3. Contract 2044 — The Pullman Comnan: operating agreement on passenger cars, April 1943. 4. Contract 2046 — War Department: coal storage, September 1943. 5. Contract 2048 — War Department: roadway, October 1943. 6. Contract 2049 — Pure Oil Company, Dupontonia: filling station, October 1943. 7. Contract 2050 — Indiana Wood Preserving Company, Ashland City: storing crossties and lumber, November 1943. 8. Contract 2052 — Pullman Company: special troop car contracts, October 1943. 9. Contract 2053 — E. M. Davidson, Scottsboro: cultivation of crops, December 1943. 10. Contract 2061 — Mather Humane Stock Transportation Company: leasing 100 forty-foot boxcars, February 1944. 11. Contract 2063 — H. D. Miller, Rockwood: garden, April 1944. 12. Contract 2064 — P. C. McCanless, Cookeville: warehouse, April 1944. 13. Contract 2065 — P. C. McCanless, Cookeville: warehouse, May 1944. 14. Contract 2070 — Eller & Olsen, Hermitage: spur track, July 1944. 15. Contract 2073 — Interstate Construction Co, Lebanon: unloading conveyor, September 1944. 16. Contract 2076 — Interstate Construction Co, Watertown: conveyor, September 1944. 17. Contract 2077 — Wayne Snow Nursery Co, Dupontonia: sign board, September 1944. 18. Contract 2078 — City of Harriman: sewer line under -right-of -way, March 1944. 19. Contract 2079 — B. F. Goodrich Company, Clarksville: storage space in freight depot, October 1944. 20. Contract2082— Cub Mountain Coal Company, Lane (Overton County): spur track extension, November 1944. 21. Contract 2083 — Hogin-Carter Coal Company, Nashville: spur track, November 1944. 22. Contract 2084 — Hogin-Carter Coal Company, Nashville: coal yard, November 1944. 23. Contract 2087 — L. H. Jordan, Riverside (Davidson County): phosphate loading, December 1944. 24. Contract 2089 — Interstate Construction Company of Nashville: belt conveyor under side track, April 1945. 25. Contract 2090 — Oman Construction Company: dirt moving contract, March 1945. 26. Contract 2093— Robbie Henley and wife, Nashville: restaurant in passenger depot, April 1945. 27. Contract 2095 — J. L. Waggoner, Carthage: filling station, June 1946. 28. Contract 2097 — Taylor Limestone Co, Clarksville: spur track, February 1945. 29.Contract 2098 — Robert J. Kerr, Buffalo Valley: lease, May 1950. 30.Contract 2099 — Interstate Construction Company, Nashville: belt conveyor at Old Hickory, June 1945. 31. Contract 2100 — General Outdoor Advertising Company, Nashville: billboard, June 1945.

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Box 89: Legal Documents 1. Contract 2101 — B. B. Berryman, Nashville: pie wagon, June 1945. 2. Contract 2102 — J. B. Michael & Co, Memphis: unloading conveyor at Kenwood, June 1945. 3. Contract 2103 — Tennessee Department of Highways and Public Works: grade crossing in Nashville, July 1945. 4. Contract 2104 — Bransford Fuel Company, Nashville: coal ramp at Highland Junction, June 1945. 5. Contract 2105 — Franklin Limestone Company: roadway at Lebanon, June 1945. 6. Contract 2107 — Richland Golf Club: water line, July 1945. 7. Contract 2109 — Wayne Snow Nursery Company, Old Hickory: display and signs July 1945. 8. Contract 2115 — J. B. Michael Company, Memphis: unloading conveyor at Algood, September 1945. 9. Contract 2117 — Gulf Refining Company, Carthage: connection to bulk station, September 1945. 10. Contract 2118 — Chickasaw Wood Products Company, Rockwood: saw mill site, October 1945. 11. Contract 2119 — Merritt Stave and Lumber Company, Clarksville: material shed, September 1945. 12. Contract 2121 — H. M. Taylor, Lebanon: use of stock pens, September 1945. 13. Contract 2123 — Cumberland Coal Company, Crossville: coal ramp, October 1945. 14. Contract 2124 — R. A. Woolbright and W. S. Byars, Brotherton: stoe and ship lumber, October 1945. 15. Contract 2125 — Hub City Natural Gas Company, Cookeville: pipe line, November 1945. 16. Contract 2126 — Wilson County Livestock Market, Inc, Lebanon: stock yard, January 1946. 17. Contract 2128 — Foster & Creighton Company, Nashville: lumber storage, February 1946. 18. Contract 2129 — R. D. Brooks, Carthage Junction: stock pens, February 1946. 19. Contract 2131 — W. L. Hailey & Company, Nashville: plank crossing, March 1946. 20. Contract 2132 — Pullman Company: lease on troop cars, November 1945, 21. Contract 2134 — Imperial Hotel, Monterey: steam pipe line, April 1946. 22. Contract 2136 — C. M. Winfree, North Alexandria: stock scale site, April 1946. 23. Contract 2138 — R. L. Holton: amendment to contract at news agency on passenger trains, June 1946. Box 90: Legal Documents 1. Contract 2145 — Clay Avant, Earl Prichard and J. T. Crowder, Alexandria: unloading conveyor, June 1946. 2. Contract 2146 — First Cumberland Presbyterian Church of Nashville: sewer crossing, June 1946. 3. Contract 2147 — Cumberland Supply Co, South Carthage: building material storage, August 1946. 4. Contract 2149 — J. E. Chilton Millwork & Lumber Company, Nashville land lease, September 1946.

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5. Contract 2151 — Nashville Linen Service: coal hopper under spur track, August 1946. 6. Contract 2154 — H. T. Phillips and P. L. Teague, Nashville: on-train sales of food, periodicals, etc, September 1946. 7. Contract 2158 — Clarksville Homes Company: space in freight depot, October 1946. 8. Contract 2162 — River & Rail Phosphate Company, Jordonia: spur track, November 1946. 9. Contract 2166 — Tennessee Handle Company, Cookeville: spur track, August 1946. 10. Contract 2167 — Robert Wilson, Dupontonia: land for barbershop, October 1946. 11. Contract 2172 — Clay Avant, North Alexandria: storage warehouse, January 1948. 12. Contract 2177 — Kemmerer Coal Company, Monterey: spur track, April 1947. 13. Contract 2181 — C. T. Neal, Donelson: gasoline storage tanks, May 1947. 14. Contract 2182 — George J. Burkhart Jr., Crossville: loading ramp, April 1947. 15. Contract 2183 —W. M. Wallace, Lebanon: coal dumper, April 1947. 16. Contract 2189 — Walter Keith & Company, Clarksville: space in freight depot, June 1947. 17. Contract 2191 — Mountain Land Products Company, Monterey: spur track, July 1947. 18. Contract 2195 — J. V. Blevins Company, Nashville: land for building, August 1947. 19. Contract 2196 — Raymond C. Hodges, Daysville: coal loading ramp, August 1947. 20. Contract 2197 — Acme Shoe Manufacturing Company, Clarksville driveway, August 1947. 21. Contract 2199 — Miss Myrtle Cross and Miss Margaret A. Logerstrom, Mayland (Cumberland County): filling station, August 1947. Box 91: Legal Documents 1. Contract 2201 — Electric Power Board of Nashville: pole line to Dupontonia, September 1947. 2. Contract 2203 — Ed Pugh & Company, Monterey Dress Shop, Pugh Hardware Company, Riddle's Grocery, and G&H Hardware & Furniture Company, Monterey: extend steam line, October 1947. 3. Contract 2204 — James E. McFarland and Charles E. Crosslin, Nashville: restaurant in depot, September 1947. 4. Contract 2205 — Charles N. Brown, Dupontonia: fuel oil storage, October 1947. 5. Contract 2208 — Harce Ramsey, Overton County: grade crossing, September 1947. 6. Contract 2211 — M. M. Phillips, Overton County: grade crossing, October 1947. 7. Contract 2212 — Curtis Bruce, Nashville: inventory of equipment in depot restaurant, October 1947. 8. Contract 2213 — Southern Oil Service, Algood: spur track, September 1947. 9. Contract Baldwin Locomotive Works, Eddystone, PA: three diesel-electric switching locomotives, 75, 76, and 77, October 1947. 10. Contract 2215 — Alberta Coal Mining Company, Crab Orchard: coal loading, October 1947. 11. Contract 2219 — A. T. Stout, Mayland (Cumberland County): land for storage building, December 1947. 12. Contract 2221 — Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway: American Association of Railroads detour agreement, January 1948.

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13. Contract 2222 — Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust Company of Chicago: lease of equipment, Trust Series E, January 1949. 14. Contract 2223 — Central Coal Company, Cumberland County: sidetrack January 1948. 15. Contract 2224 — Love & Amos Coal Company, Crossville: coal-loading ramp, February 1948. 16. Contract 2225 — Foster & Creighton Company, Nashville: equipment storage, February 1948. 17. Contract 2226 — Monterey Coal Company: spur track at Bill's Branch, January 1948. 18. Contract 2227 — Volunteer Hosiery Mills, Inc, Watertown: coal bin, March 1948. 19. Contract 2231 — State Stove & Manufacturing Co, Nashville: spur track, May 1948. 20. Contract 2233 — Stoddard & Vanhook Coal Co, Hanging Limb: coal loading ramp, May 1948. 21. Contract 2236 — Southern States Paving Company, Old Hickory: belt conveyor, May 1948. 22. Contract 2238 — H. L. Spencer & Co, Crossville: wood storage, June 1947. 23. Contract 2239 — Tennessee Cartage Company, Inc., Nashville: contract for trucking freight, March 1948. 24. Contract 2242 — Price Norrod, Hanging Limb: coal loading ramp, August 1949. 25. Contract 2244 — Lebanon Coal Company: coal yard, September 1948. 26. Contract 2245 — Mrs. Byron Bates, Nashville: plant bed, September 1948. 27. Contract 2248 — C. M. Miller, Clarksville: water line, November 1948. 28. Contract 2249 — Morris Shannon, Clarksville: trailer park, November 1948. 29. Contract 2251 — George Honeycutt, Westel: grade crossing, December 1948. 30. Contract 2254 — Robert H. Hull, Clarksville: rental house, January 1949. 31. Contract 2255 — J. P. Baggett, Clarksville: house lease, February 1949. 32. Contract 2257 — Clarksville Burley Pack Houses, Inc.: loading platform, March 1949. 33. Contract 2258 — Richardson Coal & Feed Co. and Pettus Transfer Inc, Clarksville: pick-up and delivery, February 1949. 34. Contract 2262 — Henry A. Wilson, Nashville: sewing shop, April 1949. 35. Contract 2263 — Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust Company of Chicago: equipment trust series F, March 1949. 36. Contract 2265 — Jack White, Clarksville: water line to boarding house, May 1949. 37. Contract 2267 — Simpson Stone Company, Clarksville: spur track, May 1949. 38. Contract 2271 — Hugh Holt, Hickory Point: cultivation lease, August 1949. 39. Contract 2277 — East Tennessee Natural Gas Company: pipe line crossing near Obey City, September 1949. 40. Contract 2278 — S. H. & W. Coal Company, Inc., Crossville: operate double tipple, October 1949. 41. Contract 2279 — Ozone Community Association: health center and community house, October 1949. 42. Contract 2287 — Richardson Coal & Feed—Pettus Transfer Company, Inc, Clarksville: coal storage, January 1950. 43. Contract 2292 — Oliver Corporation, Nashville: farm machinery storage, March 1950.

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44. Contract 2293 — Jake’s Foundry Company, Nashville (Van Blarcom): storage of foundry products, March 1950. 45. Contract 2294 — Gamble Construction Company, Crab Orchard: spur track, March 1950. Box 92: Legal Documents 1. Contract 2301 — Fentress Coal & Coke Company, Monterey: coal loading, April 1950. 2. Contract 2302 — Fentress Coal & Coke Company, Monterey- spur track, May 1950. 3. Contract 2312 — Empire Millwork Corp, Harriman: lumber shipping yard at Double Springs, July 1950. 4. Contract 2315 —Mrs. Ova Long, Crossville: grade crossing, August 1950. 5. Contract 2317 — James Rust, Ashland City: cultivation lease, August 1950. 6. Contract 2328 — ABC Coal Company, Monterey: coal ramp, January 1951. 7. Contract 2336 — Charles Sydney Smith, R. 6, Nashville: cultivation and pasture lease, January 1951. 8. Contract 2338 — Smith County Gas Co., South Carthage: butane plant, January 1951. 9. Contract 2342 — George H. Hall, Nashville: land for plumbing shop, April 1951. 10. Contract 2343 — Love & Amos Coal Co, Wilder: coal loading ramps, March 1951. 11. Contract 2353 — Love & Amos Coal Co, Wilder: coal loading ramps, June 1951. 12. Contract 2355 — J. C. McDonald, Davidson (Fentress County): coal loading ramps at Highland Junction, June 1951. 13. Contract 2358 — Thomas Ferguson, Old Hickory: cultivation or chicken yard, July 1951. 14. Contract 2382 — A. B. Phillips, Mayland: parking lot and underground tanks, January 1952. 15.Contract 2388 — Sam Key, Crawford: ramp for coal loading, February 1952. 16. Contract 2390 — Concrete Supply Co, Louisville: lease of track materials for siding at Fort Campbell, KY, February 1952. 17. Contract 2392 — City of Nashville: sewer line, March 1952. 18. Contract 2393 — Pennyrile Rural Electric Co-operative, Hopkinsville, KY: pole storage yard, March 1952. 19. Contract 2399 — Equipment Trust Series G, February 1952. 20. Contract 2402 — Henry W. Brandon, Nashville: driveway or yard. April 1952. 21. Contract 2404 — H. W. Caldwell & Son, Inc.: grading for mine tracks in Putnam County, June 1952. 22. Contract 2408 — Cecil Morgan, Clarksville: fill hollow, July 1952. 23. Contract 2410— James D. Curry, Old Hickory: yard, August 1952. 24. Contract 2411 — F. J. Huddleston, Crab Orchard: private grade crossing, September 1952. 25. Contract 2417 — Royce Kershaw, Inc., Montgomery, AL: build six miles of spur track near Monterey, October 1952. 26. Contract 2420 — John Borum, Ashland City: gasoline and oil storage, November 1952. 27. Contract 2422 — ABC Coal Co., Monterey: loading ramps, January 1953. 28. Contract 2425 — Continental Casualty Co.: health and accident insurance for employees. 29. Contract 2426 — George Griffin, Clarksville: garage, March 1953. 30. Contract 2427 — J. E. Claiborne, Old Hickory: filling station and garage, April 1953.

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31. Contract 2428 — H. B. and W. M. Farmer, Scottsboro: farming, April 1953. 32. Contract 2432 — R. K. Smith, Oliver Tractor Co, Nashville: storage. May 1953. 33. Contract 2435 — American Houses, Cookeville: warehouse. July 1953. Box 93: Legal Documents 1. Contract 2438 — W. G. Cummings, Nashville: fishing camp, August 1954. 2. Contract 2444 — Horace Russell, R. Crossville: pasture and cultivation lease, September 1953. 3. Contract 2446 — W. P. McClanahan & Co., North Alexandria: belt conveyor under spur track. October 1953. 4. Contract 2447 — Tennessee Valley Authority, Crossville: pole storage. September 1953. 5. Contract 2451 — J. R. Ford and F. W. Herkel, Bardwell, KY: driveway and coal ramp at Creston (Cumberland County), December 1953. 6. Contract 2452 — Tom Looper, Crawford:grade crossing, February 1954. 7. Contract 2458 — B&C Coal Company, Jamestown: coal conveyor at Crossville, March 1954. 8. Contract 2459 — Application to Defense Transport Administration for RFC loan of $2,249,857.55 to buy four diesels, 200 coal cars and build new track to new coal mines in Putnam County, June 18, 1951. 9. Contract 2461 — Girard Trust Corn Exchange Bank of Philadelphia: equipment trust "H" for 200 coal cars, February 1953. 10. Contract 2462 — Application to RFC for loan of $1,425,000 to buy two diesels and 200 hopper coal cars, July 1953. 11. Contract 2466 — Tennessee Department of Highways and Public Works prefabricated plank crossing at South Harriman, May 1954. 12. Contract 2468 — R. H. Bogle Company, Alexandria, Va.: application of chemical weed killer along trackage, May 1954. 13. Contract 2469 — Tennessee Valley Authority: storage for power line materials at Martha (Wilson County), June 1954. 14. Contract 2470 — Tennessee Valley Authority: storage of construction materials at Lebanon, June 1954. 15. Contract 2472 — Marion Construction Co.: backwater work near Cheatham Dam and Lock, near Ashland City, August 1954. 16. Contract 2473 — Safety First Shoe Company, Holliston, MA: safety shoes for employees, July 1954. 17. Contract 2476 — Jere Whitson Hardware Co., Cookeville: warehouse, September 1954. 18. Contract 2477 — Bader Brokerage Co, Nashville: space in freight depot, September 1954. 19. Contract 2497 — Allred & Copeland Coal Co.: spur track at Lane on Crawford Branch, March 1955. 20. Contract 2505 —Ortner Company: purchase of 24 rebuilt 70-ton steel hopper cars, April 1955. 21. Contract 2508 — Southern Railway Company: new rectifier at Harriman depot for telegraph system, May 1955.

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22. Contract 2513 —W. B. Jakes, Old Hickory: sign board, August 1955. 23. Contract 2520 — Southern Railway Company: joint pole line at Harriman, April 1956. 24. Contract 2528 — National Railway Time Service, Chicago: inspection of standard watches and clocks, December 1955. 25. Contract 2548 — Potosie Tie & Lumber Co.: cross tie storage at Jordonia, May 1956. 26. Contract 2551 — Pure Carbonic Co.: space in Nashville passenger station and spur track, June 1956. 27. Contract 2552 — Tennessee Valley Authority Construction Dept.: storage at Algood for construction materials, June 1956. 28. Contract 2561 — Tennessee Valley Authority: material storage at Westel, August 1956. 29. Contract 2575 — Floyd Gore Motor Sales, Crossville: auto parking area, December 1956. 30. Contract 2578 — Bond Brothers, Ashland City: auto storage, January 1957. 31. Contract 2581 — Cookeville Industries, Inc.: warehouse, March 1957. 32. Contract 2599 — Acme Shoe Manufacturing Company, Clarksville: storage shed, October 1944. 33. Contract 2615 — City of Crossville: water main crossing, June 1958. 34. Contract 2617 — Crossland Industries, Inc, Crossville: spur track, July 1958. 35. Contract 2618 —Crossville Rubber Products Co.: spur track, July 1958. 36. Contract 2623 — City of Crossville: water line crossing, October 1958. Box 94: Lists 1. Boards of Directors, 1937. 2. Buildings and rolling stock, 1968. 3. Commodity statistics, 1967. 4. Creditors, December 31, 1967 5. Expense classifications — Labor and materials, 1908. 6. Files and office directory, 1969(?), Leased Property, 1968 7. Loss and damage claimants , 1967-1968. 8. Payrolls, November-December, 1967. 9. Agents and Operators, 1967 10. Seniority roster — Mechanical Department, 1968. 11. Sidetrack directory — Nashville, 1966. 12. Stockholders' names and addresses, 1968. Microfilm Roll #18_____________________________________________________________ Box 95: Reconstruction Finance Corp. 1. Application for loan, 1943. 2. Correspondence — U. S. Treasury loans, 1946-1961. 3. Government obligations, 1956. 4. RFC extension of loan, 1952-1965.

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Box 96: Reconstruction Finance Corp. 1. Application to extend loan — Supporting data, 1960. 2. Extension of note, 1960. 3. Proposal — extension of federal loan, July 14, 1966. 4. “ ” July 17, 1966. 5. “ ” U. S. Treasury loan, 1966-1967. 6. Date on loan extension, 1967-1968. Box 97: Reconstruction Finance Corp. 1. Correspondence — Loan extension, 1950-1960. 2. “ ” 1963-1965. 3. Correspondence — Extension of RFC loans from U.S. Treasury, 1965-1966. 4. Data — RFC loan, 1960-1967. 5. Background material — Loan extension request, 1966. Microfilm Roll #19_____________________________________________________________ Box 98: Reports (Annual) 1. Nashville Terminal Co. — To Interstate Commerce Commission, June 30, 1908. 2. “ ” June 30, 1913. 3. “ ” June30, 1914. 4. “ ” June 30, 1915. 5. “ ” June 30, 1916. 6. “ ” December 31, 1916. 7. “ ” December 31, 1917. 8. “ ” December 31, 1918. Box 99: Reports (Annual) 1. Nashville Terminal Co. — To Interstate Commerce Commission, December 31, 1919. 2. “ ” December 31, 1920. 3. “ ” December 31, 1921. 4. “ ” December 31, 1922. Microfilm Roll #20_____________________________________________________________ 5. “ ” December 31, 1923. 6. “ ” December 31, 1924. 7. “ ” December 31, 1925. 8. “ ” December 31, 1926. 9. “ ” December 31, 1927.

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Box 100: Reports (Annual) 1. Commerce Commission, December 31, 1928. 2. “ ” December 31, 1929. 3. “ ” December 31, 1930. 4. “ ” December 31, 1931. 5. “ ” December 31, 1932. 6. “ ” December 31, 1933. 7. “ ” December 31, 1934. 8. “ ” December 31, 1935. 9. “ ” December 31, 1936. 10. “ ” January 1 through March 31, 1937. Box 101: Reports (Annual) 1. Tennessee Central to ICC, June 30, 1905. Microfilm Roll #21_____________________________________________________________ 2. “ ” June 30, 1906 3. “ ” June 30, 1908 4. “ ” June 30, 1909 5. “ ” June 30, 1910 6. “ ” June 30, 1911 7. “ ” June 30, 1913 Box 102: Reports (Annual) 1. Tennessee Central to ICC, June 30, 1914. 2. “ ” June 30, 1915. Microfilm Roll #22_____________________________________________________________ 3. “ ” June 30, 1916. 4. “ ” December 31, 1916. 5. “ ” December 31, 1917. 6. “ ” December 31, 1918. 7. “ ” December 31, 1918 (Federal operations). 8. “ ” December 31, 1919 (Federal operations). Box 103: Reports (Annual) 1. Tennessee Central to ICC, December 31, 1920. 2. “ ” December 31,1921. 3. Tennessee Central to ICC, January 1, 1922, to January 31, 1922 (receivership). 4. “ ” January 1, 1922 to December 31, 1922. 5. “ ” December 31, 1922 (eleven months).

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Microfilm Roll #23_____________________________________________________________ 6. “ ” December 31,1923. 7. “ ” December 31,1924. 8. “ ” December 31,1925. Box 104: Reports (Annual) 1. Tennessee Central to ICC, December 31, 1926. 2. “ ” December 31 , 1927. 3. “ ” December 31 , 1928. 4. “ ” December 31, 1929. 5. “ ” December 31, 1930. 6. “ ” December 31, 1931. 7. “ ” December 31, 1932. 8. “ ” December 31, 1933. Microfilm Roll #24_____________________________________________________________ Box 105: Reports (Annual) 1. Tennessee Central to ICC, December 31, 1934 2. “ ” December 31, 1935. 3. “ ” December 31, 1936. 4. “ ” December 31, 1937. 5. “ ” December 31, 1938. 6. “ ” December 31, 1939. 7. “ ” December 31, 1940. Box 106: Reports (Annual) 1. Tennessee Central to ICC, December 31, 1941. 2. “ ” December 31, 1942. Microfilm Roll #25_____________________________________________________________ 3. “ ” December 31, 1943. 4. “ ” December 31, 1944. 5. “ ” December 31, 1945. 6. “ ” December 31, 1946. 7. “ ” December 31, 1947. Box 107: Reports (Annual) 1. Tennessee Central to ICC, December 31, 1948. 2. “ ” December 31, 1950. 3. “ ” December 31, 1951.

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Microfilm Roll #26_____________________________________________________________ 4. “ ” December 31, 1952. 5. “ ” December 31, 1953. Box 108: Reports (Annual) 1. Tennessee Central to ICC, December 31, 1954. 2. “ ” December 31, 1955. 3. " " December 31, 1956. 4. “ ” December 31, 1957. 5. “ ” December 31, 1958. 6. “ ” December 31, 1959. Microfilm Roll #27_____________________________________________________________ Box 109: Reports (Annual) 1. Tennessee Central to ICC, December 31, 1960. 2. “ ” December 31, 1961. 3. “ ” December 31, 1962. 4. “ ” December 31, 1963. 5. “ ” December 31 , 1964. 6. “ ” December 31 , 1965. 7. “ ” December 31 ,1966. 8. “ ” December 31 ,1967. 9. “ ” December 31, 1968. Box 110: Reports (Annual) 1. Tennessee Central to Railroad and Public Utilities Commission of TN, December 31, 1948. 2. “ ” December 31, 1949. 3. “ ” December 31, 1950. Microfilm Roll #28_____________________________________________________________ 4. “ ” December 31, 1951. 5. “ ” December 31, 1952. 6. “ ” December 31, 1953. Box 111: Reports (Annual) 1. Tennessee Central to Tennessee Commission, 1954. 2 “ ” 1955. 3. “ ” 1956. 4. “ ” 1957. 5. “ ” 1958. 6. “ ” 1959.

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Microfilm Roll #29_____________________________________________________________ Box 112: Reports (Annual) 1. Tennessee Central to Tennessee Commission, 1960. 2. “ ” 1961. 3 “ ” 1962. 4. “ ” 1963 5. “ ” 1964. 6. “ ” 1965. 7. “ ” 1966. 8. “ ” 1967. Microfilm Roll #30_____________________________________________________________ Box 113: Reports (Annual) 1. Tennessee Central to the Rail Commission of the Commonwealth of KY, June 30, 1904. 2. “ ” November 30, 1905. 3. “ ” June30, 1906. 4. “ ” June30, 1909. 5. “ ” June30, 1910. 6. “ ” June30, 1911. Box 114: Reports (Annual) 1. Tennessee Central to the Kentucky Commission, June 30, 1912. 2. “ ” June 30, 1913. 3. “ ” June 30, 1914. 4. “ ” June 30, 1915. Microfilm Roll #31_____________________________________________________________ 5. “ ” June 30, 1916. 6. “ ” June 30, 1917. 7. “ ” December 31, 1917. Box 115: Reports (Annual) 1. Tennessee Central to the Kentucky Commission, December 31, 1918. 2. “ ” December 31, 1919. 3. “ ” December 31, 1920. 4. “ ” December 21, 1921. 5. “ ” December 31, 1922. Microfilm Roll #32_____________________________________________________________ 6. “ ” 11 months ending December 31, 1922. 7. “ ” December 31, 1923. 8. “ ” December 31, 1924.

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Box 116: Reports(Annual) 1. Tennessee Central to the Kentucky Commission, 1925. 2. “ ” 1926. 3. “ ” 1927. 4. “ ” 1928. 5. “ ” 1929. 6. “ ” 1930. Microfilm Roll #33_____________________________________________________________ 7. “ ” 1931. 8. “ ” 1932. Box 117: Reports (Annual) 1. Tennessee Central to the Kentucky Commission, 1933. 2. “ ” 1934. 3. “ ” 1936. 4. “ ” 1937. 5. “ ” 1938. 6. “ ” 1939. 7. “ ” 1940. Box 118: Reports (Annual) 1. Tennessee Central to the Kentucky Commission, 1941. 2. “ ” 1942. 3. “ ” 1943. Microfilm Roll #34_____________________________________________________________ 4. “ ” 1944. 5. “ ” 1945. 6. “ ” 1946. Box 119: Reports (Annual) 1. Tennessee Central to the Kentucky Commission, 1947. 2. “ ” 1948. 3. “ ” 1949. 4. “ ” 1950. 5. “ ” 1951.

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1. 2. 3. 4.

Box 120: Reports (Annual) Tennessee Central to the Kentucky Commission, 1952. “ ” 1953. “ ” 1954. “ ” 1955.

Microfilm Roll #35_____________________________________________________________ 5. “ ” 1956. 6. “ ” 1957. Box 121: Reports (Annual) 1. Tennessee Central to the Kentucky Commission, 1958. 2. “ ” 1959. 3. “ ” 1960. Microfilm Roll #36_____________________________________________________________ 4. “ ” 1961. 5. “ ” 1962. 6. “ ” 1963. 7. “ ” 1964. 8. “ ” 1967. Microfilm Roll #37_____________________________________________________________ Box 122: Miscellaneous 1. Bankruptcy Sale — Railroad, January 10, 1922. 2. Clippings — Miscellaneous, 1960s. 3. Deposits in lieu of mortgaged property sold, 1945-1967. 4. Equipment Payments Schedule, 1952-1962. 5. Equipment Trust "H" — Certificates of cremation of securities, 1953,1968. 6. “ ” Correspondence, 1954-1958. 7. “ ” Correspondence and records, 1962-1964. Box 123: Miscellaneous 1. Equipment Trust "H" — Hopper cars-200, 1953. 2. Sale and lease — back of cars, 1967-1968. 3. First mortgage bonds, Series A—Equipment sinking fund, 1968. 4. Hopkinsville, KY — Shared facilities with Illinois Central Railroad, 1966. 5. Index for Freight Claims — Department files and truck lines, n.d. 6. Internal Revenue Service — Instructions on taxes, withholding, etc.,1936. 7. Interstate Commerce Commission — Accounting rules, 1962. 8. “ ” Annual report (blank), Form C. 9. Inventory — Vine Hill to Charlotte Ave. property, 1961.

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” Stationary, general stores, 1967. ” Roadway material, 1967-1968.

Box 124: Miscellaneous 1. Leases, contracts, 1968. 2. Office Supplies — Samples, 1969. 3. Nashville Terminal Co. — Ordinance for yard, 1901. 4. Passes — Railroad, 1965. 5. Physical property — Misc., October 1967. 6. Policy — re bank accounts, 1968. Microfilm Roll #38_____________________________________________________________ 7. “ ” re remittances from general agents, 1922,1968. 8. Printed Materials — Publication, “The Highlander," Winter 1958. 9. Proposal — Right-of-way, north Nashville, August 1960. 10. Report — Industries served, etc, 1966. 11. Roane County — State condemnation of railroad property, 1964. 12. Water line permit — Under Carthage branch, 1968. 13. “ ” tracks at Old Hickory, 1968. Box 125: Charters and Minutes 1. Charter Amendment--Jan. 1922. 2. Charter Amendment--March 1926. 3. Charter Amendment--1958. 4. Minutes--Tennessee Central Station Co., 1927-1930. 5. Charter of Incorporation and Minute Book, 1922-1935. Box 126: Minute Books 1. Minute Book--1936-1951. 2. Minute Book--1952-1967. Microfilm Roll #39_____________________________________________________________ LOCATION: VOLUMES: XVI-H-5 1. Cash Ledger, 1943 -1944 XVI-H-5 2. General Ledger, 1920-1922 XVI-H-5 3. General Ledger, 1922-1924 XVI-H-5 4. General Balance Sheets, 1928 XVI-H-5 5. General Balance Sheets, 1913-1915 Microfilm Roll #40_____________________________________________________________ XVI-H-6 6. General Ledger Sheets, 1910-1913 XVI-H-5 7. Equipment Valuation, Depreciation, 1922-1923

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XVI-H-6 XVI-E-1

8. Ledger—Freight Claim, 1922-1929 ( Interline Changes) 9. Cash Book, 1922-1925

Microfilm Roll #41_____________________________________________________________ XVI-J-1 10. Completion Reports (I. C. C. Valuation Reports) Track Extensions & Retirements, 1942-1943 Microfilm Roll #42_____________________________________________________________ XVI-J-1 11. Completion Reports (I. C. C. Valuation Reports) Track Extensions & Retirements, 1922-1927 Microfilm Roll #43_____________________________________________________________ XVI-J-2 12. Completion Reports (I. C. C. Valuation Reports) Track Extensions & Retirements, 1928-1932 Microfilm Roll #44_____________________________________________________________ X-VI-J-2 13.Completion Reports (I. C. C. Valuation Reports) Track Extensions & Retirements, 1952-1958 Microfilm Roll #45_____________________________________________________________ XVI-J-3 14. Completion Reports (I. C. C. Valuation Reports) Track Extensions & Retirements, 1933-1936 Microfilm Roll #46_____________________________________________________________ XVI-J-3 15.Completion Reports (I. C. C. Valuation Reports) Track Extensions & Retirements, 1941 XVI-H-6 16. Completion Reports (I. C. C. Valuation Reports) Track Extensions & Retirements, 1937 Microfilm Roll #47_____________________________________________________________ XVI-J-3 17. Completion Reports (I. C. C. Valuation Reports) Track Extensions & Retirements, 1918-1922 XVI-H-6 18.Completion Reports (I. C. C. Valuation Reports) Track Extensions & Retirements, 1948 Microfilm Roll #48_____________________________________________________________ XVI-J-3 19. Completion Reports (I. C. C. Valuation Reports) Track Extensions & Retirements, 193 8-1947 XVI-J-4 20. Completion Reports (I. C. C. Valuation Reports) Track Extensions & Retirements, 1939-1940

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Microfilm Roll #49_____________________________________________________________ XV1-J-4 21. Completion Reports (I. C. C. Valuation Reports) Track Extensions & Retirements, 1940-1946 Microfilm Roll #50_____________________________________________________________ XVI-J-5 22. Completion Reports (I. C. C. Valuation Reports) Track Extensions & Retirements, 1922-1927 Microfilm Roll #51_____________________________________________________________ XVI-J-5 23. Property Changes (I. C. C. Valuation Reports), 1918-1922 XVI-J-6 24. Property Changes (I. C. C. Valuation Reports), 1922-1927 XVI-H-7 25. Property Changes (I. C. C. Valuation Reports), 1933-1937 Microfilm Roll #52_____________________________________________________________ XVI-J-6 26. Property Changes (I. C. C. Valuation Reports), 1928-1932 Microfilm Roll #53_____________________________________________________________ XVI-J-6 27. Property Changes (I. C. C. Valuation Reports), 1938-1947 XVI-J-6 28. Completion Reports (I. C. C. Valuation Reports) Track Extensions & Retirements, 1947-1951 Microfilm Roll #54_____________________________________________________________ XVI-J-6 29. Property Changes (I. C. C. Valuation Reports), 1922-1927 Microfilm Roll #55_____________________________________________________________ XVI-J-6 30. Property Changes (I. C. C. Valuation Reports), 1933-1937 Microfilm Roll #56_____________________________________________________________ XVI-J-7 31. Property Changes (I. C. C. Valuation Reports), 193 8-1947 Microfilm Roll #57_____________________________________________________________ XVI-J-7 32. Property Changes (I. C. C. Valuation Reports), 1938-1941 Microfilm Roll #58_____________________________________________________________ XVI-H-7 33. Passenger Ledger, 1922-1923 XVI-H-8 34. Per Diem Ledger, Freight Car Rentals, 1922-1924 XVI-J-8 35. Per Diem Ledger, Freight Car Rentals, 1929-193 3 XVI-H-6 36. General Ledger, Trial Balances, and General Balance Sheets, 1928-1937

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Microfilm Roll #59_____________________________________________________________ XVI-H-8 37. Ledger—Miscellaneous Accounts—Building and Track Repairs, 1910-1919 XVI-H-8 38. Ledger— Monthly Payrolls, 1922-1925 XVI-H-8 39. Account Book, 1918-1922 XVI-G-TOP 40. Operating Expenses, 1918-1922 XVI-F-TOP 41. Income Account, 1944-1954 Microfilm Roll #60_____________________________________________________________ XV1-J-8 42. Minute Book, 1884-1916 XVI-J-9 43. Minute Book, 1897-1903 XVI-J-9 44. Minute Book, 1901-1903 XVI-H-6 45. Minute Book, 1899-1901 XVI-H-7 46. Record Book—Stock Certificates, 1908-1915 XVI-J-9 47. Stock Certificates, 1926-1927, Volume # 1 XVI-J-9 48. Stock Certificates, 1952-1953, Volume #15 Microfilm Roll #61_____________________________________________________________ Oversized Materials Folders: Box 2, Folder 8, Map-Proposed connection at 3rd Avenue North, 1966 Box 2, Folder 9 Box 4, Folder 2 Box 6, Folder 13 Box 18, Folder 4 Box 18, Folder 8 Box 18, Folder 9 Box 18, Folder 10 Box 21, Folder 12 Box 27, Folder 2 Box 28, Folder 6 Box 28, Folder 9 Box 28, Folder 10 Box 30, Folder 1 Box 36, Folder 5 Box 37, Folder 22 Box 44, Folder 4 Box 45, Folder 1 Box 49, Folder 28 Box 49, Folder 29 Box 51, Folder 31 Box 51, Folder 35

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Box 52, Folder 12 Box 53, Folder 16 Box 56, Folder 12 Box 60, Folder 5 Box 65, Folder 3 Box 90, Folder 5 Box 122, Folder 1 Box 124, Folder 9 Box 124, Folder 12 Box 124, Folder 13

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