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Documents relating to the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Company, volume 1

Documents relating to the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Company, volume 1
Creator: Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad Company
Date: July 1, 1890
This volume contains land grants, statutory powers and judicial interpretations, issues of capital stock, leases, purchases, mortgages, indentures of trust securing the bonds of the company, and the act incorporating the ATSF Railroad Company. The latter, which appears on pages 3-8, was passed at the fifth session the Legislative Assembly of Kansas Territory in 1859. It was classified as part of the "private laws of the Territory of Kansas." The act was signed by Governor Samuel Medary. The law listed the following as incorporators: S. C. Pomeroy, C. K. Holliday, Luther C. Challis, Peter T. Abell, Milton C. Dickey, Asaph Allen, Samuel Dickson, Nelson L. Gordon, George S. Hillyer, Lorenso D. Bird, Jeremiah Murphy, George H. Fairchild, and R. L. Crane. Volume one, part of a three volume set, was compiled by Henry W. Swift for the A. T. & S. F. in 1890 at the request of John J. McCook, General Counsel, and George R. Peck, General Solicitor, for the railroad company.


Milton C. Dickey to Thaddeus Hyatt

Milton C. Dickey to Thaddeus Hyatt
Creator: Dickey, Milton C.
Date: October 23, 1856
This letter to Thaddeus Hyatt of the National Kansas Committee, written by Milton Dickey from Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, informed Hyatt of Dickey's journey west. The author described the hardships endured by Kansas settlers, as well as the enthralling tale of a free state man who escaped from the prison at Lecompton.


Quit claim document donating land to the Topeka Mill Company

Quit claim document donating land to the Topeka Mill Company
Creator: Topeka Association,
Date: March 20, 1858
The trustees of the Topeka Association herein agreed to donate to the Topeka Mill Company the entire block on which the mill was located (north of First Avenue between Kansas and Jackson).


Shareholders in the Topeka and St. Joseph Railroad Company

Shareholders in the Topeka and St. Joseph Railroad Company
Creator: Topeka and St. Joseph Railroad Company
Date: Around 1858
Prepared by the temporary treasurer [perhaps Franklin Crane], this list identified the individuals who pledged capital to the Topeka and St. Joseph Railroad Company, the number of shares each held, and the communities each represented.


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