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Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Digital Object ID ##pjc5gt
Dates: Digitized: 1947
Collection — M1966-05
Scope and Contents &nnsp; Business records, correspondence and family papers of Elwood McLaughlin (d. 1952) and his grandson, Henry E. McLaughlin (1918-1965), of Pensacola. Includes extensive files of records relating to the several railroad lines owned by the family, 1868-1962, the most important of which were the Pensacola & Perdido (1874), the Pensacola, Alabama & Tennessee (1897) formerly the Pensacola-Northern Railroad, and the Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans (1911). With...
Dates: Created: 1874-1965; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1966
Collection — M1985-12
Scope and Contents Notes and research files of James K. Polk used for writing his master's thesis, Pensacola Commerce and Industry, 1821-1860. Topics include railroads, slavery, brickmaking, sawmills, shipping, John Innerarity, Joseph Forsyth, Arcadia Mill, descriptions of Pensacola in the 1800s, and notes on businesses and trades in Pensacola, 1820-1860, and excerpts from the Pensacola Gazette.
Dates: Created: 1820-1860; Other: Date acquired: 11/00/1985
Collection — M1966-04
Abstract Correspondence, legal papers and business records, 1781‑1934. With files of the Pensacola Land Company, established in 1835, legal drafts and notes of Chandler Cox Yonge (1818‑1889), and correspondence of his son, Philip Keyes Yonge (1850‑1934), prominent lawyer, educator and businessman. The emphasis of the collection is on land speculation in Territorial Florida, and contains numerous maps and legal papers pertaining to land titles in East and West Florida.
Dates: Created: 1781-1934; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1966