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Abandonment of the Lufkin, Hemphill and Gulf Railway Company, 1937-1939

Abandonment of the Lufkin, Hemphill and Gulf Railway Company, 1937-1939

This set of correspondence describes the abandonment of the Lufkin, Hemphill and Gulf Railway Company, dated 1937-1938. The letters discuss liquidation, debt, and the right of way. After Temple Lumber Company's (formerly Knox Lumber Company) Hemphill sawmill burned in April of 1937, the Lufkin, Hemphill and Gulf Railway was subsequently abandoned in December the same year.

Correspondence on the Purchase of Engine 13, 1920

Correspondence on the Purchase of Engine 13, 1920

A collection of correspondence between Texas South-Eastern Railroad Company and Baldwin Locomotive Works officials regarding the purchase of locomotive 13. The letters date from March-September 1920.

Locomotive 10 Builder Specifications, 1911

Locomotive 10 Builder Specifications, 1911

The Baldwin Locomotive Works builder specifications for Texas South-Eastern Railroad Company/Southern Pine Lumber Company locomotive 10, a 4-6-0 ten wheeled type, dated 1911.

Locomotive 13 Builder Specificiations, 1920

Locomotive 13 Builder Specificiations, 1920

The Baldwin Locomotive Works builder specifications for Texas South-Eastern Railroad Company/Southern Pine Lumber Company locomotive 13, a 4-6-0 ten wheeled type, dated 1920.

Locomotive 14 Builder Specifications, 1919

Locomotive 14 Builder Specifications, 1919

The Baldwin Locomotive Works builder specifications for Texas South-Eastern Railroad Company/Southern Pine Lumber Company locomotive 14, a 2-6-2 ten wheeled type, dated 1919.

Track Extension to Fairfield and Mexia, 1909

Track Extension to Fairfield and Mexia, 1909

This collection of correspondence concerns extending the Texas South-Eastern Railroad Company tracks to Fairfield and Mexia, Texas. The letters are from Fairfield Industrial Club President W. H. Miller and the Young Men's Industrial Club of Mexia Secretary Blake Smith. They are addressed to T. L. L. Temple and J. E. Mitchell, both of the Southern Pine Lumber Company. All correspondence is dated from May-July, 1909.

Transfer of Lufkin, Hemphill and Gulf Railway Company stock to Temple Lumber Company Stockholders, 1

Transfer of Lufkin, Hemphill and Gulf Railway Company stock to Temple Lumber Company Stockholders, 1

This set of correspondence concerns discussion of the transfer of Lufkin, Hemphill and Gulf Railway Company stock to the stockholders of Temple Lumber Company, dated 1928-1937. Also mentioned is the sale of Knox Lumber Company to Temple Lumber Company in 1921.