Charles B. Gunn Collection
1988.0001

Summary Information

Repository
Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Libraries
Creator
Gunn, Charles B.
Title
Charles B. Gunn Collection
ID
1988.0001
Date [inclusive]
undated, 1834-2002
Extent
10.0 Linear feet
Language of Materials
English
Abstract
The Charles B. Gunn Collection consists of papers produced by and about Gunn, as well as materials he collected of historical information about the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company, Penn Central, Amtrak, and Conrail. The collection includes photographs taken by Gunn when he served as official photographer for the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company, in the mid-1950s.

Preferred Citation

[Item description, #:#], Charles B. Gunn Collection.  Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center,  University of Connecticut Libraries.

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History

Charles B. Gunn was born on April 10, 1918, and grew up in  New Haven, Connecticut. In 1936 he began his forty-four year railroad career as a clerk with the  New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company. Over the years he worked for many departments of the company, including Accounting, Materials Accounting, Public Relations, Methods and Procedures, and the General Storekeeper's Office. His only time away from employment with the company was when he served for three and a half years in the Army during World War II.

Gunn is best known, though, as the official company photographer during the years of the Patrick B. McGinnis presidentcy of 1954 to 1956. Gunn traveled with McGinnis on inspection trips of the railroad line. He took hundreds of photographs of the devastation to railroad property and towns along the railroad routes from the floods of August and October 1955. After McGinnis left the company in January 1956 Gunn's position as official photographer was eliminated and he returned to work with other company departments, though he never stopped taking photographs of locomotives, stations, and other railroad-related scenes.

Gunn was still working for the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company when it collapsed and emerged as a part of  Penn Central on January 1, 1969.  Penn Central soon disintegrated to become  Conrail and  Amtrak.

Gunn retired in 1980 but continued to work as a professional photographer of weddings and church events and as an active promoter of the history of southern New England railroads. He regularly attended railroad shows and sold prints of the photographs he produced for the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad.

Charles B. Gunn died on April 12, 2002.

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Scope and Content

The Charles B. Gunn Collection consists of papers produced by and about Gunn, as well as materials he collected of historical information about the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company,  Penn Central,  Amtrak, and  Conrail. The collection includes photographs taken by Gunn when he served as official photographer for the  New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company, in the mid-1950s.

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Arrangement

The materials are arranged by format. The papers are arranged with personal information about and by Charles G. Gunn first, followed by materials organized alphabetically by subject. The illustrations, poster and diagrams are organized by type of item. The photographs are arranged by the following subseries: derailments and damage done to the railroad by natural disasters, railroad structures such as stations and bridges, and then other topics, including photographs of Gunn himself and New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company presidents  George Alpert and  Patrick B. McGinnis. The Flood of August 1955 photographs are organized by towns along the railroad routes. The scrapbooks consist of two volumes of photographs.

Series I: Papers (undated, 1834-2002) consists of papers collected by  Charles B. Gunn about the railroads he worked for, including the  New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company (a.k.a.  New Haven Railroad),  Penn Central,  Amtrak and  Conrail, as well as information about his career with the railroads, particularly when he served as official photographer in the mid-1950s. Much of the material is of photocopied newspaper articles and other literature about various railroad history topics. A few of the files hold materials produced by the railroad indicated, including a manuscript letter book from the  Boston & Providence Railroad, files of departments of the  New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company, and a volume of stockholders minutes of the  Old Colony Railroad. The papers also include information about various presidents of the  New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company, including  Frederic C. Dumaine (1948-1951),  Frederic C. ("Buck") Dumaine, Jr. (1951-1954),  Patrick B. McGinnis (1954-1956), and  George Alpert (1956-1961), and trustee  Harry W. Dorrigan, who served after the 1961 reorganization. It also includes information about natural disasters that occurred in the northeast, particularly the Hurricane of 1938 and the Floods of 1955, and their effect on the railroad.

Series II: Illustrations, Poster and Diagrams (undated, 1937-1967) consists of equipment diagrams of diesel locomotives 0760-0786, flat cars, box cars, steel cabooses, and a sleeper car, as well as a hand brake and freight car wheels. It also includes freight train cut-out illustrations meant for children and a reprint of a 1855 poster advertising the Philadelphia, Niagara and Western railroad route.

Series III: Photographs (undated, 1927-1985). The photographs include those taken by staff at the  New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company Public Relations Department, particularly by Gunn himself when he served as official company photographer in the mid-1950s. Subseries A consists of photographs of train derailments and the damage done to the railroad by the Hurricane of 1938 and the Floods of August and October 1955. Subseries B consists of images of railroad stations, and the construction of a highway bridge over railroad tracks in  New Haven, Connecticut, in 1959. Subseries C includes other photographs of various topics, including company presidents such as  Patrick B. McGinnis and  George Alpert. Of special interest are photographs of Cuban president  Fidel Castro at the  New Haven, Connecticut, railroad station, when he visited the United States in 1959.

Series IV: Scrapbooks (1955) consists of two scrapbooks of large prints of aerial photographs of locations in  Connecticut,  Massachusetts, and  Rhode Island devastated by the Floods of August 1955, taken by New Haven photographer and filmmaker  Samuel Kravitt.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

 Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Libraries April 2004

University of Connecticut Libraries
405 Babbidge Road Unit 1205
Storrs, Connecticut, 06269-1205
860.486.2524
archives@uconn.edu

Access

The collection is open and available for research.

Restrictions on Use

Permission to publish from this collection must be obtained in writing from both the University of Connecticut Libraries and the owner(s) of the copyright.

Custodial History

The materials were created or collected by Charles B. Gunn prior to their donation to  Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Libraries.

Acquisition Information

The records were donated by Charles B. Gunn in 1988. A large addition of photographs of railroad stations in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island, most of them taken by Mr. Gunn in the mid-1950s, was donated by Mr.  Robert N. Uricchio of Newington, Connecticut, in 2004.

Location of Copies or Alternate Formats

Digital reproductions of materials in this collection may also be found in the Archives & Special Collections digital repository.

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Related Materials

Related Material

Archives & Special Collections has a substantial collection of materials pertaining to the railroads of southern New England, particularly the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. For detailed information on these collections please contact the curator or ask at the Reading Room desk.

Separated Material

The following materials were removed from the collection and cataloged:

Transportation Association of America, Adjusting the Nation's Timepiece: The Story of the Uniform Time Act of 1966. (1966: Transportation Association of America, Washington, D.C.). [WTS 5]

Kalmbach, A.C., "Grand Central Terminal: New York City," reprinted from Trains and Travel. (undated) [XA I.12 no. 24]

New York Central System, Grand Central Terminal (undated) [XA I.12 no. 23]

The Thomaston Express, Disaster! The Big Flood, Friday, August 19, 1955: The Thomaston Story. Reprints from  The Thomaston [Connecticut] Express, 1955. [XA I.12 no. 25]

Interstate Commerce Commission, The Interstate Commerce Act (1923: Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.). [B6535]

Boston Chamber of Commerce, Boston, Massachusetts: A Manufacturing and Commercial Community Built Around an Historic Shrine (1928: Convention Bureau, Boston Chamber of Commerce, Boston, Mass.) [XA I.12 no. 20]

Facts and Figures covering the New Haven Railroad, 1922-1955. (New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company, 1955). [XA I.12 no. 21]

New England railroads. Dodd C6110

Interstate Commerce Act. Dodd B6535

June 1958 and November 1961 issues of Along the Line, published by and for the employees and friends of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Co. [Dodd Per]

Issues of Railroad News, published by the Railroad Department of the  YMCA, New Haven Railroad. Issues include March 1898 (Vol. I, no. 5), July 1902 (Vol. V, no. 9), March 1905 (Vol. VIII, no. 5), April 1905 (Vol. VIII, no. 6), and June 1966 (Vol. 3, no. 1). [Dodd Per]

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Consolidated Rail Corporation
  • Grand Central Terminal (New York, N.Y.).
  • Old Colony Railroad Company
  • Penn Central Transportation Company.
  • Pennsylvania Railroad
  • Pennsylvania Station (New York, N.Y.).
  • Providence and Worcester Railroad Company

Genre(s)

  • Administrative records
  • Correspondence
  • Financial Records
  • Histories
  • Illustrations (layout features).
  • Manuscripts (document genre)
  • Maps (documents)
  • Minutes (administrative records)
  • Newsletters
  • Notebooks
  • Notes
  • Obituaries
  • Photographs
  • Posters
  • Publications

Geographic Name(s)

  • Canaan (Conn.)
  • Connecticut
  • East Hartford (Conn.)
  • Hartford (Conn.)
  • Massachusetts
  • Meriden (Conn.)
  • New England
  • New Haven (Conn.)
  • New York (State)
  • Rhode Island

Personal Name(s)

  • Alpert, George, 1898-1988
  • Castro, Fidel (1926- ).
  • Dumaine, Frederic C., Jr.
  • Dumaine, Frederic Christopher (1866-1951).
  • Gunn, Charles B.
  • Kravitt, Samuel.
  • McGinnis, Patrick B.

Subject(s)

  • Employees
  • Flood damage
  • Floods
  • History
  • Hurricanes
  • Photographers
  • Railroad accidents
  • Railroad stations
  • Railroads

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Collection Inventory

Series I: Papers, undated, 1834-2002 

Subseries A: Personal Papers of and Information about Charles B. Gunn, 1948-2002 

Box

Biographical information and personal papers, 1955-2002 

1:1

Books about railroad history in southern New England for which Gunn provided photographs and information, 1959, 1983 

1:2

Bush, George H. W. (Vice-President ), Letters to and from, about a photograph Gunn took of Bush's father,  Prescott Bush, in 1955, 1987 

1:3

Connecticut Historical Society, Information about a lecture and exhibit at, about  Connecticut railroads, 1983 

1:4

Connecticut Railroads -- An Illustrated History, Information about and manuscript drafts of, 1983-1986 

1:5

Information about the January 1959 issue of Modern Railroads with a front cover photograph by Gunn, 1959 

1:6

New Haven Colony Historical Society, Letter from, to Gunn, thanking him for donation of photographs, 1983 

1:7

Photographs taken by Gunn, Information about, 1981-1985 

1:8

Suggestions made by Gunn for improvements to the operation of the railroad, 1948-1963 

1:9
Box

Subseries B: Collected papers and records, undated, 1834-1988 

Box

Advertising flyers for commuter cars and the "Dan'l Webster", undated 

1:10

Alpert, George, undated, 1956 

1:11

Amtrak, 1971-1988 

1:12

Amtrak -- timetables, 1982-1988 

1:13

Boston & Maine Railroad and  Guilford Transportation Industries, undated, 1981-1986 

1:14

Boston & Providence Railroad -- manuscript copies of letters written by  Peter Pratt, attorney for the railroad, 1834-1841 

1:15

Cape Cod railroads, 1980, 1986 

1:16

Cedar Hill railroad yard, 1937, 1981-1984 

1:17

"Cities, Towns and Villages in Southern New England with Directions How to Reach Them," by H.W. Quinlan, Passenger Traffic Manager of the  New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company, 1947 

1:18

Commuter service along the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company and the New Haven Division of  Conrail and  Amtrak, 1966, 1980-1985 

1:19

Connecticut Company (trolley lines), undated, 1968, 1980 

1:20

Connecticut Department of Transportation, Information about, with "State Rail Plan Update" (December 1982), undated, 1982-1986 

1:21

Conrail, 1975-1987 

1:22

Conrail -- union agreements with the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and the Brotherhood of Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express, and Station Employes, 1979 

1:23

Cos Cob Power Plant, 1981 

1:24

Deregulation of railroads, 1980 

1:25

Dorrigan, Harry, 1961, 1966 

1:26

Dumaine, Frederic C. Jr. ("Buck"), 1953 

1:27

Equipment -- Box cars, 1964-1965 

1:28

Equipment -- Locomotives, undated, 1938, 1966-1969 

1:29

Equipment, Passenger, 1956, 1966 

1:30

Equipment, Summaries of, 1928, 1946-1968 

1:31

"Facts and Figures Covering the New Haven Railroad, 1922-1955" (with annotations by H.J. Moorhead giving statistical information up to 1964), 1955-1964 

1:32

Farmington [Connecticut] Canal, 1981 

1:33

Flood -- "Disaster! The Big Flood, Friday, August 19, 1955: The Thomaston Story", 1955 

1:34

Flood, Effect of, on the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company, 1955, 1958 

1:35

Hurricane of September 21, 1938, 1938-1941 

1:36

McGinnis, Patrick B., Writings by and information about, 1954-1958 

1:37

Maps of Connecticut Company,  New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, and  Conrail systems, undated 

1:38

Map -- NYNH&HRR Density of Freight Traffic for a Normal Day (July 9, 1912), November 1912, revised 1913 

22

Model trains, 1980-1984 

1:39

Narragansett Pier Railroad, 1970 

1:40

National Association of Railroad Passengers, 1979-1982 

1:41

Naugatuck River Line, 1982, 1989 

1:42

New Haven Preservation Trust, 1985-1987 

1:43

New Haven Railroad Historical & Technical Association, 1983-1987 

1:44

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company annual reports, 1946, 1947, 1967 

1:45

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company -- bankruptcies and mergers with other railroad companies, 1952-1980 

1:46

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company -- correspondence about the acquisition of  Providence & Worcester Railroad stock, 1954 

2:47

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company, Employees and others associated with, 1940s-1950s 

2:48

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company, Employees of -- Guides and union information, 1942-1960 

2:49

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company and predecessors -- historical information, 1913-1981 

2:50

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company, Financial control of, 1953-1966 

2:51

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company -- Petition to Connecticut Public Utility Commission and Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities to acquire and hold stock of railroad corporations (File 1730), 1926-1936 

2:52

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company -- President's progress reports, 1956-1959 

2:53

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company -- retirement of automatic signals from Hartford to  East Hartford, Connecticut, 1968-1969 

2:54

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company -- special trains, undated, 1937, 1953-1958 

2:55

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company, Electrical Transmissions & Communications Department -- correspondence and plans regarding construction of an overhead bridge for an access road to Riverside Park in  Hartford, Connecticut, 1963-1965 

2:56

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company, Electrical Transmissions & Communications Department -- correspondence and plans regarding Park River Conduit and Capital Avenue Interchange (Route I-84) in  Hartford, Connecticut, 1961-1969 

2:57

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company, Electrical Transmissions & Communications Department -- correspondence and plans regarding relocation of Route 6A in  Meriden, Connecticut, 1962-1969 

2:58

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company, Purchasing Department -- pricebook for supplies, 1929 

2:59

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company, Travel Bureau -- vacation booklets for Boston, the Berkshires and Litchfield Hills, Cape Cod, Connecticut, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket, and  Rhode Island, undated 

2:60

New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company and  Frederic C. Dumaine,  Fortune Magazine article about, April 1949 

2:61

Northwest Corridor, Transportation in, 1975, 1985 

2:62

Old Colony Railroad -- stockholders minutes and bylaws, 1852-1890 

2:63

"On Track," a monthly publication for Metro-North employees, 1984 

2:64

Penn Central Transportation Company, 1973-1981 

2:65

Penn Central Transportation Company, Employees of -- safety rules and pay, 1968, 1975 

2:66

Penn Central Transportation Company -- proposal for reorganization, 1973 

2:67

Penn Central Transportation Company -- timetables, New Haven region, 1969, 1973 

2:68

Piggyback cars, 1956-1957 

2:69

Politics and the railroads, 1979-1981 

2:70

Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge, 1985 

2:71

Providence & Worcester Railroad, 1980-1985 

2:72

Railroad stations -- Canaan, Connecticut, 1982 

2:73

Railroad stations -- Hartford, Connecticut, 1981, 1987 

2:74

Railroad stations -- New Haven, Connecticut, 1975-1985 

2:75

Railroad stations -- New York City -- Grand Central Terminal and Pennsylvania Station, 1946-1987 

2:76

Railroad stations -- various others, 1981-1985 

2:77

Strikes by railroad workers, 1963, 1973 

2:78

Timetables, Collecting and selling, 1974 

2:79

Train wrecks, including a derailment in Stamford, Connecticut, in January 1959 and in  New Haven, Connecticut, on September 2, 1913, 1959, 1972 

2:80

Trains -- "Dan'l Webster" press kit, 1957 

2:81

Trains, Historic, of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company and predecessors, 1980-1982 

2:82

Trains -- information about Talgo, Turbo Train, and Tank Train, undated, 1955 

2:83

Uniform Time Act, 1966 (notice about change to Pennsylvania Railroad timetables because of act), 1966 

2:84

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Series II: Illustrations, poster and diagrams, undated, 1937-1967 

Box

Illustrations -- Freight Train Cut-Outs, undated 

3:85

Reprint (1855) of a poster advertising the Philadelphia, Niagara and Western Railroad route, undated 

22

Equipment diagrams, 1937-1967 

3:86
Box

Diesel locomotives 0760-0786, 1949, 1953 

70 Ton Flat Cars, 17200-17274, 1937 

Steel Box Car, 1947 

Highway Trailer Flat Car, 1954 

Steel Caboose, C-506 to C-509, 1940 

Steel Caboose, C-535 to C-584, 1942 

Steel Caboose, C-585 to C-634, 1944 

Steel Caboose, C-635 to C-709, 1947 

Stainless Steel Sheathed Streamlined 6 Section - 4 Bedroom - 6 Roomette Sleeper Cars, 527-537, 1955 

Non Spin Vertical Wheel Hand Brake Sealed Type, 1960 

Wheels - Wrought Steel One Wear and Multiple Wear Freight Cars, 1967 

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Series III: Photographs, undated, 1927-1985 

Box

Subseries A: Hurricanes, Floods and Derailments 

Box

Connecticut River Flood --  Hartford, Connecticut, and  Holyoke, Massachusetts (1988-0001.ph10-ph23), 1927 

4:87

Hurricane of 1938, Norwich and Putnam, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph24-ph26), 1938 

4:88

Hurricane of 1938 -- Niantic, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph27-ph30, 1988-0001.ph32-ph43 and 1988-0001.ph599), 1938 

4:89

Hurricane of 1938 -- New London, Connecticut -- includes images of the marooned light tender "Tulip" (1988-0001.ph44-ph70 and UC19-0003), 1938 

4:90

Hurricane of 1938 -- Noank and Mystic, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph71-ph79 and UC19-0005), 1938 

4:91

Hurricane of 1938 -- Stonington, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph80-ph100 and UC19-0006), 1938 

4:92

Hurricane of 1938 -- locations unknown (1988-0001.ph101-ph111), 1938 

4:93

Hurricane of 1938 -- Providence, Rhode Island (1988-0001.ph112), 1938 

4:94

Hurricane of 1938 -- along the Fairhaven Branch and Cape Cod, Massachusetts, locations, including Buzzards Bay and the Woods Hole Branch (1988-0001.ph113-ph116), 1938 

4:95

Hurricane on Cape Cod, Massachusetts (1988-0001.ph117-ph142), early 1940s 

4:96

Hurricane -- Yalesville, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph143-ph166), early 1940s 

4:97

Flooding -- unidentified locations (1988-0001.ph187-ph191), 1944 

5:98

Derailment of locomotive 3551 -- location unknown, probably Rhode Island (1988-0001.ph167-ph177), [post-1946] 

5:99

Derailment of locomotive 3551 -- location unknown, probably Rhode Island (1988-0001.ph178-ph186), [post-1946] 

5:100

Hurricane -- Stonington, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph192-ph207), September 1954 

5:101

Hurricane -- Stonington, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph208-ph223), September 1954 

5:102

Hurricane -- unknown location, possibly Cape Cod, Massachusetts (1988-0001.ph224-ph237), September 1954 

5:103

Hurricane -- Stonington, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph238-ph245), September 1954 

5:104

Derailment -- Danbury Branch (1988-0001.ph246-ph255), 1955 

6:105

Derailment -- East Walden, New York, on October 28, 1953 (1988-0001.ph256-ph270, UC19-0008, UC19-0009), 1953 

6:106

Derailment -- East Walden, New York, on October 28, 1953 (1988-0001.ph271-ph288), 1953 

6:107

Derailment -- Bridgeport, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph289-ph298, UC19-0010), July 1955 

6:108

Derailment -- Bridgeport, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph299-ph306), July 1955 

6:109

Derailment -- Bridgeport, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph307-ph321), July 1955 

6:110

Derailment -- Bridgeport, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph322-ph334), July 1955 

6:111

Derailment -- Bridgeport, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph335-ph349), July 1955 

6:112

Derailment -- Bridgeport, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph350-ph359), July 1955 

6:113

Derailment -- West Wareham, Massachusetts (1988-0001.ph360-ph368), July 26, 1955 

7:114

Derailment -- West Wareham, Massachusetts (1988-0001.ph369-ph394), July 26, 1955 

7:115

Flood damage -- New Milford, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 43.45 ("Gauntlet Bridge") over  Housatonic River (1988-0001.ph395-ph400, UC19-0011), August 1955 

7:116

Flood damage -- Cornwall and West Cornwall, Connecticut, (1988-0001.ph401-ph404, UC19-0012), August 1955 

7:117

Flood damage -- Cornwall, Connecticut, bridge repair (1988-0001.ph405-ph413, UC19-0013), August 1955 

7:118

Flood damage -- Falls Village, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 77.26 (1988-0001.ph414-ph423, UC19-0014), August 1955 

7:119

Flood damage -- Falls Village, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 77.86, over the  Housatonic River (1988-0001.ph424-ph427), August 1955 

7:120

Flood damage -- North Canaan, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 81.49, over the  Blackberry River (1988-0001.ph428-ph434, UC19-0015), August 1955 

7:121

Flood damage -- North Canaan, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph435), August 1955 

7:122

Flood damage -- North of Sheffield, Massachusetts, repair of Bridge 88.23 (1988-0001.ph436-ph439), August 1955 

7:123

Flood damage -- Derby Junction, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 8.69 (1988-0001.ph440-ph452, UC19-0016), August 1955 

7:124

Flood damage -- Derby Junction, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 8.69 (1988-0001.ph453-ph465), August 1955 

8:125

Flood damage -- Derby Junction, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 8.69 (1988-0001.ph466-ph473), August 1955 

8:126

Flood damage -- Derby Junction, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 8.69 (1988-0001.ph474-ph478), August 1955 

8:127

Flood damage -- Derby, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph479-ph486, UC19-0017), August 1955 

8:128

Flood damage -- Naugatuck River south of  Ansonia, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 10.25 (1988-0001.ph487-ph497), August 1955 

8:129

Flood damage -- Naugatuck River south of  Ansonia, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 10.25 (1988-0001.ph498-ph503), August 1955 

8:130

Flood damage -- Ansonia, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph504-ph509, UC19-0018, UC19-0019), August 1955 

8:131

Flood damage -- Naugatuck River north of  Ansonia, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 12.51 (1988-0001.ph510-ph515), August 1955 

8:132

Flood damage -- Naugatuck River at  Seymour, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 14.59 (1988-0001.ph516-ph527, UC19-0020), August 1955 

9:133

Flood damage -- Naugatuck River at  Seymour, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 14.59 (1988-0001.ph528-ph537), August 1955 

9:134

Flood damage -- Naugatuck River at  Seymour, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 14.59 (1988-0001.ph538-ph548), August 1955 

9:135

Flood damage -- Beacon Falls, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph549-ph554), August 1955 

9:136

Flood damage -- Beacon Falls, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph555-ph560), August 1955 

9:137

Flood damage -- Naugatuck, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph561-ph568, UC19-0021), August 1955 

9:138

Flood damage -- Naugatuck, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph569-ph576), August 1955 

9:139

Flood damage -- Naugatuck, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph577-ph581), August 1955 

9:140

Flood damage -- Waterbury, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph582-ph591, UC19-0023), August 1955 

10:141

Flood damage -- Waterbury, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph31, 1988-0001.ph592-ph598, 1988-0001.ph600-ph605), August 1955 

10:142

Flood damage -- Scovill sidetrack at Waterbury, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 18.93 (1988-0001.ph606-ph609), August 1955 

10:143

Flood damage -- Scovill sidetrack east of Naugatuck River at  Waterbury, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 19.27 (1988-0001.ph610-ph618,UC19-0024), August 1955 

10:144

Flood damage -- Jackson Street in Waterbury, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 63.06 (1988-0001.ph619-ph628, UC19-0025), August 1955 

10:145

Flood damage -- Jackson Street in Waterbury, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 63.06 (1988-0001.ph629-ph635, UC19-0026), August 1955 

10:146

Flood damage -- Waterbury, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 63.14 over  Naugatuck River (1988-0001.ph636-ph644, UC19-0027), August 1955 

10:147

Flood damage -- Waterbury, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 63.14 over  Naugatuck River (1988-0001.ph645-ph653, UC19-0028), August 1955 

10:148

Flood damage -- Bank Street in Waterbury, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 63.21 over  Naugatuck River (1988-0001.ph654), August 1955 

11:149

Flood damage -- Washington Avenue west of Waterbury, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 63.36 (1988-0001.ph655-ph660, UC19-0029), August 1955 

11:150

Flood damage -- Washington Avenue west of Waterbury, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 63.36 (1988-0001.ph661-ph665), August 1955 

11:151

Flood damage -- Liberty Street in Waterbury, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph666-ph667), August 1955 

11:152

Flood damage -- Watertown branch in Waterbury, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph668-ph671), August 1955 

11:153

Flood damage -- Oakville, Connecticut, aerial view (UC19-0030), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Huntington Street south of Waterville, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 29.31 (1988-0001.ph672-ph681), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- North of Waterville, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 30.64 over  Naugatuck River (1988-0001.ph682-ph691), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Three miles north of Waterville, Connecticut, towards  Thomaston, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 32.89 over  Naugatuck River (1988-0001.ph692-ph704), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Three miles north of Waterville, Connecticut, towards  Thomaston, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 32.89 over  Naugatuck River (1988-0001.ph705-ph715), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Thomaston, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph716-ph725), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- South of East Litchfield, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 42.52 over Baldwin's Brook (1988-0001.ph726-ph729), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Torrington, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph730-ph739), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Winsted, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph740-ph754), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Winsted, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph755-ph781), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Terryville, Connecticut;  Bristol, Connecticut; and  Plainville, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph782-ph785), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Plainville, Connecticut, aerial views (1988-0001.ph786-ph790), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Farmington, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph791-ph801), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Farmington, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 32.00 over  Farmington River (1988-0001.ph802-ph814), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Farmington, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 32.00 over  Farmington River (1988-0001.ph815-ph827), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- North of Farmington, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 32.25 over Connecticut Route 4 (1988-0001.ph830-ph844), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Unionville, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph845-ph847), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Collinsville, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph848-ph856), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- New Hartford, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph857), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Avon, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph858-ph860), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Simsbury, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph861-ph863), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Granby, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph864-ph865), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Granby, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 46.44 over  Salmon Brook (1988-0001.ph866-ph872), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Westfield, Massachusetts, at Powder Mill and Sacket Brook Culvert (1988-0001.ph873-ph879), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Westfield, Massachusetts, repair of Bridge 58.72 at Ponder's Hollow Road (1988-0001.ph880-ph889), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Easthampton, Massachusetts, repair of Bridge 68.81 (1988-0001.ph890-ph894), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- 1.24 miles north of Easthampton, Massachusetts, repair of Bridge 72.64 (1988-0001.ph895-ph902), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Rocky Hill, Connecticut; and  Cromwell, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph903-ph904), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Hartford, Connecticut, and  Camp Courant in  West Hartford, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph905-ph910), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Windsor Locks, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph911-ph916), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Stafford Springs, Connecticut, and south of  Norwich, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph917-ph920), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- North of Putnam, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 61.31 over  Quinebaug River (1988-0001.ph921-ph929), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Putnam, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph930-ph941), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Putnam, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph942-ph952), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Putnam, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph953-ph964), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Putnam, Connecticut, repair of Bridge 45.47 over Providence Street at railroad yard (1988-0001.ph965-ph976), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- North of Grosvenordale in Thompson, Connecticut, Bridge 49.47 over French River (1988-0001.ph977-ph990), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Grosvenordale and North Grosvenordale in Thompson, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph991-ph1005), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- North of Wilsonville in Thompson, Connecticut, Bridge 52.94 over French River (1988-0001.ph1006-ph1009), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Webster, Massachusetts (1988-0001.ph1010-ph1013), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Webster, Massachusetts, Bridge 55.96 (1988-0001.ph1014-ph1019), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Webster, Massachusetts, Bridge 5.75 (1988-0001.ph1020-ph1024), August 1955 

16:195

Flood damage -- Dudley, Massachusetts, Bridge 6.58 (1988-0001.ph1025-ph1028), August 1955 

16:196

Flood damage -- West Dudley, Massachusetts, Bridge 13.49 over Quinebaug River (1988-0001.ph1029-ph1041), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Worcester, Massachusetts, Bridge 68.92, North Hope Avenue (1988-0001.ph1042-ph1045), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Millbury, Massachusetts, Bridge 37.74 (1988-0001.ph1046-ph1048), August 1955 

16:199

Flood damage -- South of Albion, Rhode Island, Bridge 10.56 over  Blackstone River (1988-0001.ph1049-ph1060), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- West of Woonsocket, Rhode Island, Bridge 29.18 over  Blackstone River (1988-0001.ph1061-ph1062), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Woonsocket, Rhode Island (1988-0001.ph1063-ph1069), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Woonsocket Junction, Rhode Island, Bridge 34.36 over culvert (1988-0001.ph1070-ph1076), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Blackstone, Massachusetts, including the Bridge Street bridge (1988-0001.ph1077-ph1079), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Blackstone, Massachusetts, over  Blackstone River (1988-0001.ph1080-ph1085), August 1955 

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Flood damage -- Naugutuck Valley in Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1086-ph1095), August 1955 

17:206

Flood damage -- unknown locations (1988-0001.ph1096-ph1102), August 1955 

17:207

Large mounted photographs of scenes of flood damage (1988-0001.ph1593-ph1601), August 1955 

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Derailment -- North of Sheffield, Massachusetts, at Bridge 88.43 (1988-0001.ph1103-ph1112), September 1955 

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Derailment -- North of Sheffield, Massachusetts, at Bridge 88.43 (1988-0001.ph1113-ph1125), September 1955 

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Derailment -- Sagamore, Massachusetts, at Bridge 88.43 (1988-0001.ph1126-ph1130), September 14, 1955 

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Flood damage -- Glenbrook, Connecticut, washout of mainline (1988-0001.ph1573-ph1582), October 1955 

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Flood damage -- Glenbrook, Connecticut, washout of mainline (1988-0001.ph1583-ph1592), October 1955 

18:212

Flood damage -- Springdale, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1133-ph1138), October 1955 

18:213

Flood damage -- Norwalk, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1139-ph1154), October 1955 

18:214

Flood damage -- Norwalk, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1155-ph1165), October 1955 

18:215

Flood damage -- Wilton, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1166-ph1175), October 1955 

18:216

Flood damage -- Cannondale, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1176-ph1190), October 1955 

18:217

Flood damage -- Cannondale, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1607-ph1617), October 1955 

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Flood damage -- between Georgetown and Branchville, Connecticut, Bridge 14.92 (1988-0001.ph1191-ph1195), October 1955 

18:218

Flood damage -- Branchville, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1196-ph1197), October 1955 

19:219

Flood damage -- Dam at North Grosvenerdale, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1660-ph1687), October 1955 

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Flood damage -- Redding, Connecticut, Bridge 19.84 (1988-0001.ph1198-ph1199), October 1955 

19:220

Flood damage -- Danbury, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1200-ph1203), October 1955 

19:221

Flood damage and derailment at Darien, Connecticut, anchor bridge 453 (1988-0001.ph1204-ph1216), October 1955 

19:222

Flood damage -- Dam at Webster, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1691-ph1693), October 1955 

24:268

Flood damage -- Dam at Wilsonville, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1688-ph1690), October 1955 

24:267

Flood damage -- Wilton, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1618-ph1627), October 1955 

24:260

Flood damage -- West Dudley, Massachusetts (1988-0001.ph2001-ph2002), October 1955 

25:304

Flood damage -- Albion, Rhode Island (1988-0001.ph1647-ph1650), undated 

24:263

Flood damage -- Woonsocket, Rhode Island (1988-0001.ph1651-ph1658), undated 

24:264

Derailment -- South Norwalk, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1217-ph1225), November 26, 1955 

19:223

Washout at Stone Arch Culvert in Glenbrook, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1226-ph1238), December 1955 

19:224

Grade crossing accident in North Haven, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1239-ph1248), January 20, 1956 

19:225

Wind and water damage to unidentified railroad structures (1988-0001.ph1249-ph1260), [mid-1950s] 

19:226

Subseries B: Railroad stations and structures 

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Bridges -- Poughkeepsie, New York (1988-0001.ph1638-ph1646), May 1955 

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Bridges -- Queens, New York -- Hell Gate Bridge (1988-0001.ph1628-ph1637), May 1955 

24:261

Freight house -- Willimantic, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1261), 1954 

20:227

Terminal facilities -- New Haven, Connecticut, (1988-0001.ph1262-ph1265), 1954 

20:228

Station development -- New Haven, Connecticut, aerial views (1988-0001.ph1266-ph1276, ph2166-2167), 1960s 

20:229

Station rededication -- New Haven, Connecticut, (1988-0001.ph1277-ph1288), July 1985 

20:230

Stations -- Bethel, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1708-ph1710, 1988-0001.ph2125), September 1954 

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Stations -- Branchville, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1711-ph1715, 1988-0001.ph2126), October 1954 

24:272

Stations -- Branford, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1716-ph1722, 1988-0001.ph2127), July 1954 

24:273

Stations -- Canaan, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1723-ph1725, 1988-0001.ph2155-2159), June 1955 

24:274

Stations -- Cos Cob, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1726-ph1734, 1988-0001.ph2160), August 1954-July 1955 

24:275

Stations -- Darien, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1735-ph1737, 1988-0001.ph2128), August 1954 

24:276

Stations -- East Norwalk, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1738-ph1748, 1988-0001.ph2129), June 1955 

24:277

Stations -- Fairfield, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1749-ph1755, 1988-0001.ph2130), August 1954 

24:278

Stations -- Greenwich, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1756-ph1765, 1988-0001.ph2131, 1988-0001.ph2161), August 1954-July 1955 

24:279

Stations -- Kent, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1766-ph1777, 1988-0001.ph2132), May 1955 

24:280

Stations and Railway Express Building -- New Haven, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1778-ph1789, 1988-0001.ph2162), May 1955 

24:281

Stations -- New London, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1790-ph1794, 19, 1988-0001.ph2163), April 1955 

24:282

Stations -- New London, Connecticut, model and designs for proposed station (1988-0001.ph1795-ph1799), undated 

24:283

Stations -- New Milford, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1800-ph1815), May 1955 

24:284

Stations -- Noroton Heights, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1816-ph1817), September 1955 

24:285

Stations -- Norwalk, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1818-ph1837), September 1954-October 1955 

24:286

Stations -- Riverside, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1838-ph1846, 1988-0001.ph2164), August 1954-July 1955 

24:287

Stations -- Rowayton, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1847-ph1859), September 1954-February 1955 

25:288

Stations -- Springdale, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1860-ph1867), May 1955, undated 

25:289

Stations -- Stamford, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1868-ph1883, 1988-0001.ph2133-ph2134, 1988-0001.ph2165), May 1955 

25:290

Stations -- Stratford, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1884-ph1889, 1988-0001.ph2135), September 1954 

25:291

Stations -- Torrington, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1890-ph1901, 1988-0001.ph2136-ph2137), September 1955 

25:292

Stations -- Westport, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1902-ph1918, 1988-0001.ph2138), May-August 1955 

25:293

Stations -- Buzzard's Bay, Massachusetts (1988-0001.ph1964-ph1973, 1988-0001.ph2147-2148), June 1955 

25:300

Stations -- East Walpole, Massachusetts (1988-0001.ph1974-ph1987), October 1955 

25:301

Stations -- Egypt, Massachusetts (1988-0001.ph1919-ph1927, 1988-0001.ph2139), July 1955 

25:294

Stations -- Falmouth, Massachusetts (1988-0001.ph1928-ph1946, 1988-0001.ph2140), May 1955 

25:295

Stations -- North Falmouth, Massachusetts (1988-0001.ph1947-ph1951, 1988-0001.ph2141), June 1955 

25:296

Stations -- Route 128 station in Massachusetts (1988-0001.ph1952-ph1956, 1988-0001.ph2142-ph2144), June 1955 

25:297

Stations -- Sandwich, Massachusetts (1988-0001.ph1957-ph1960, 1988-0001.ph2145-ph2146), June 1955 

25:298

Stations -- Sheffield, Massachusetts (1988-0001.ph1988-ph1993, 1988-0001.ph2149), June 1955 

25:302

Stations -- Springfield, Massachusetts (1988-0001.ph1961-ph1963), December 1954 

25:299

Stations -- West Barnstable, Massachusetts (1988-0001.ph1994-ph2000, 1988-0001.ph2150), June 1955 

25:303

Stations -- Wood's Hole, Massachusetts (1988-0001.ph2003-ph2009, 1988-0001.ph2151), June 1955 

25:305

Stations -- Harrison, New York (1988-0001.ph2010-ph2015), August 1955 

25:306

Stations -- Mamaroneck, New York (1988-0001.ph2016-ph2017), July 1955 

25:307

Stations -- New Rochelle, New York (1988-0001.ph2018-ph2030), June 1955 

25:308

Stations -- Pelham, New York (1988-0001.ph2031-ph2041), August 1954-June 1955 

25:309

Stations -- Rye, New York (1988-0001.ph2042-ph2047), August 1954 

25:310

Stations -- Kingston, Rhode Island (1988-0001.ph2048-ph2071, 1988-0001.ph2152), undated 

25:311

Stations -- Pontiac, Rhode Island (1988-0001.ph2072-ph2078, 1988-0001.ph2153), August 1955 

25:312

Stations -- Providence, Rhode Island (1988-0001.ph2079-ph2086), November 1954 

25:313

Stations -- Wickford Junction, Rhode Island (1988-0001.ph2087-ph2099, 1988-0001.ph2154), undated 

25:314

Highway bridge, construction of, over railroad tracks in New Haven, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1289-ph1304), August 1959 

20:231

Highway bridge, construction of, over railroad tracks in New Haven, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1305-ph1319), August 1959 

20:232

Highway bridge, construction of, over railroad tracks in New Haven, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1320-ph1334), August 1959 

20:233

Highway bridge, construction of, over railroad tracks in New Haven, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph1335-ph1348), August 1959 

20:234

Subseries C: Other subjects 

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Advertising for the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company (1988-0001.ph1349), [1940s] 

20:235

Broken rail of an unidentified line (1988-0001.ph1350-ph1353), undated 

20:236

Ceremonies -- Welded Rail Process Ceremony, Montowese, Connecticut, (  Patrick McGinnis in photograph) (1988-0001.ph1659), July 1955 

24:265

Equipment (1988-0001.ph1694-ph1696), May 1955 

24:269

Fire on tracks in unidentified location along Shoreline route (1988-0001.ph1354-ph1355), undated 

20:237

Locomotives and rolling stock (1988-0001.ph1356-ph1372), 1950s-1980s,undated 

21:238

Marine equipment (1988-0001.ph1373-ph1375), 1953, undated 

21:239

People -- George Alpert (1988-0001.ph1376-ph1387), [1950s] 

21:240

People -- William S. Carr, General Superintendent and later assistant to the General Manager of the  New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company who was Director General of the military railroads in Korea from August 1950 to March 1951, (1988-0001.ph1388-ph1396), [1950s] 

21:241

People -- Fidel Castro at the  New Haven, Connecticut, railroad station (1988-0001.ph1397-ph1409), 1959 

21:242

People -- Fidel Castro at the  New Haven, Connecticut, railroad station (1988-0001.ph1602-ph1603), 1959 

22:256

People -- Harry C. Dorrigan,  Richard Joyce Smith, and an unidentified man, trustees of the  New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad Company (1988-0001.ph1604), [1960s] 

22:257

People -- Charles B. Gunn (1988-0001.ph1410-ph1412), 1955, 1961 

21:243

People -- Patrick B. McGinnis (1988-0001.ph1413-ph1423), 1954 

21:244

People -- H.T. Moorhead, Assistant General Passenger Traffic Manager, Boston, in the 1950s, and later Assistant Vice President Passenger Traffic, New Haven, (1988-0001.ph1424-ph1427), 1955 

21:245

People -- J.V. Whalen, General Passenger Agent, Boston, (1988-0001.ph1428-ph1430), undated 

21:246

People -- Charles E. Williams, General Passenger Traffic Manager, Boston, (1988-0001.ph1431-ph1434), undated 

21:247

People -- Employees in Purchasing and Material Department (1988-0001.ph1435-ph1438), undated 

21:248

People -- Employees -- Groups (1988-0001.ph1439-ph1454), ca. 1955 

21:249

Stadiums -- Hartford, Connecticut (North Meadows) (1988-0001.ph1697-ph1709), June 1955 

24:270

Tracks -- New Canaan, Connecticut (1988-0001.ph2100-ph2101), September 1954 

25:315

War damage (in Germany and other unidentified locations in Europe), taken by Charles Gunn while serving in the army during World War II (1988-0001.ph1455-ph1467), 1945 

21:250

Madiera-Mamore Railroad in Brazil (1988-0001.ph1468-ph1489), 1957 

21:251

Unidentified photographs (1988-0001.ph1490-ph1493), undated 

21:252

Unidentified photographs (1988-0001.ph2102-ph2124), January 1955, June 1955, undated 

25:316

Large mounted photographs of workfloor of the Cheshire Plastics Company and an unidentified city road construction scene (1988-0001.ph1605-ph1606), undated 

22:258

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Series IV: Scrapbooks, 1955 

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Large aerial photographs of the damage to locations in Connecticut from the Floods of August, 1955, taken by  Samuel Kravitt (1988-0001.ph1494-ph1531), August 1955 

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Large aerial photographs of the damage to locations in Connecticut,  Massachusetts, and  Rhode Island from the Floods of August, 1955, taken by  Samuel Kravitt (1988-0001.ph1532-ph1572), August 1955 

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