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Guide to the Consolidation Coal Company Records, 1854-1971 AIS.2011.03

ULS Archives & Special Collections

Table of Contents

Summary Information
History
Scope and Content Notes
Arrangement
Administrative Information
Related Materials
Controlled Access Headings
Previous Citation
Collection Inventory
Series I. Consolidation Coal Company Minute Books
1. Stockholders' Meetings
2. Board of Directors' Meetings
3. Executive Committee Meetings
4. Finance Committee Meetings
5. Trustees and Receivers' Meetings
6. Receivership and Reorganization Proceedings
Series II. Pittsburgh Coal Company Minute Books (Parent Company)
1. Pittsburgh Coal Company (New Jersey)
2. Pittsburgh Coal Company (Pennsylvania),1916-1945
3. Pittsburgh Coal Company (Pennsylvania),1945-1951
4. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pittsburgh
Series III. Predecessor & Subsidiary Companies' Minute Books
1. Alexander Coal Company
2. Allegany Real Estate Company
3. American Coal & Coke Company
4. American Coal Company of Allegany County (Delaware)
5. American Coal Company of Allegany County (Maryland)
6. American Coal Company of Allegany County (New Jersey)
7. American Trimming Company
8. American Valve and Tank Company
9. Arkwright Coal Company
10. Ascension Coal Company, Ltd.
11. Ashtabula Coal Company
12. Austin Machinery Corporation
13. Bellview Improvement Company
14. Bellview Realty Company
15. Bessemer Coal & Coke Company
16. Bituminous Investment Company
17. Black Diamond Railroad Company
18. Boomer Coal & Coke Company
19. Briar Hill Coal and Coke Company
20. Bridgeville & Millers Run Railroad Company
21. Brock, Inc.
22. Bull Steamship Line
23. C.C. Realty Company
24. Camden Coal Company
25. Canadian Northern Coal and Ore Dock Company, Ltd.
26. Canonsburg & Bishop Railroad Company
27. Cape Terminals, Inc.
28. Cassville and Monongahela Railroad Company
29. Cedar Creek Railroad Company
30. Central Coal & Dock Company
31. Champion Coal Company
32. Chartiers Valley and Northern Railway Company,
33. Chartiers Valley and Venetia Railroad Company
34. Cherry Valley Supply Company
35. Chicago Coal Company
36. Clarion River Land Company
37. Clarksburg Fuel Company
38. Cleveland and Fairmont Coal and Coke Company
39. Cleveland & Morgantown Coal Company
40. Cleveland Fuel Company
41. Clover Splint Coal Company, Incorporated
42. Coal Process Corporation
43. Colonial Coke Company
44. Columbia Coal and Coke Company
45. Consol Coal Sales Corporation
46. Consolidation Coal Company (Delaware)
47. Consolidation Coal Company (Kentucky)
48. Consolidation Coal Company (West Virginia)
49. Consolidation Coal Products Company
50. Consolidation Coastwise Company
51. Courtney Fire Brick Company
52. Cumberland and Pennsylvania Railroad Company
53. Disco Company
54. Dunlap Coal Company
55. Elkins Gas Coal Company
56. Fairmont and Somerset Equipment Company
57. Fairmont Coal Company
58. Fairmont Coal Mining Company
59. Fairmont Coals, Inc.
60. Fairmont Lake Shippers Association
61. Fairmont Mining Machinery Company
62. Fairmont Supply Company
63. First National Company
64. First Pool Monongahela Gas Coal Company
65. Flemington and Astor Railway Company
66. Fort Pitt & Leasdale Railroad Company
67. Glen Falls Coal and Coke Company
68. Great Lakes Coal Mining Company
69. Greendale Coal Mining Company
70. Greer and Van Eman Railroad Company
71. Hanna Coal Company,1931-1946
72. Hanna Coal Company,1946-1950
73. Hannastown Supply Company
74. Harmar Coal Company
75. Highland Coal and Coke Company
76. Houston Coal & Oil Company, Inc.
77. Houstonville Coal Railroad Company
78. Huntington & St. Louis Towboat Company
79. Hutton-Beale Coal Company
80. Illinois Collieries Company
81. Indianola Coal Company
82. Industrial Supply Company
83. Jefferson Coal Company
84. Jenkins Realty Company
85. John F. Irvine Coal Company, Ltd.
86. Jones & Adams Company
87. Jos. Walton & Company, Inc.
88. Kelley Coal Company
89. Lee and Hamilton Coal Company
90. Lehigh Coal and Coke Company
91. Letcher-Elkhorn Land Company
92. M.H. Hussey & Company
93. Manown Manufacturing Company
94. Mansfield Coal & Coke Company
95. Maryland Construction and Contracting Company
96. Massillon Coal Mining Company
97. Metropolitan Coal Company
98. Midland Coal Company
99. Milwaukee-Western Fuel Company
100. Milwaukee Western Steamship Company
101. Monga Land Company
102. Monongahela Powder Company
103. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal and Coke Company
104. Monongahela Saw & Planing Mill Company
105. Monongahela Stores Company
106. Montana Coal and Coke Company
107. Montour & Gregg Railway Company
108. Montour Coal Company
109. Montour Telephone Company
110. Morgantown Pittsburgh Coal Dock Company
111. Moshannon Coal Company
112. Mountain City Mill and Power Company
113. National Dock & Fuel Company
114. New Pittsburgh Coal Company (Delaware)
115. New Pittsburgh Coal Company (Ohio)
116. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Company
117. Northern New York Coal Company (Wisc.)
118. Northern New York Coal Company, Inc. (N.Y.)
119. North Western Coal Railway Company
120. North Western Fuel Company
121. O’Neil Coal & Coke Company
122. Ohio Coal Company
123. Ohio Valley Coal and Mining Company
124. Ontario Coal and Supply Company
125. Owings Realty Company
126. Palantine Coal Company
127. Pennmont Coal Company
128. Pennmont Coal Mining Company
129. Pennois Coal and Coke Company
130. Pennsylvania Mining Company
131. Piercedale Supply Company
132. Pike-Floyd Coal Company
133. Pioneer Fuel Company (Wisc.)
134. Pittsburgh & Castle Shannon Railroad
135. Pittsburgh & Chicago Gas Coal Company
136. Pittsburgh & Eastern Coal Company
137. Pittsburgh and Fairmont Fuel Company
138. Pittsburgh and Fairmont Packet Company
139. Pittsburgh Coal Car Company
140. Pittsburgh Coal Carbonization Company
141. Pittsburgh Coal Company, Inc.
142. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Illinois,1905-1920
143. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Illinois,1923-1942
144. Pittsburgh Coal Company (Kentucky)
145. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Michigan
146. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Minnesota
147. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Ohio, Inc.
148. Pittsburgh Coal Company (Tennessee)
149. Pittsburgh Coal & Coke Company
150. Pittsburgh Coal Company (West Virginia)
151. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin
152. Pittsburgh Coal Dock Company (Pennsylvania)
153. Pittsburgh Coal Dock Company (Wisconsin)
154. Pittsburgh Coal-Dock & Wharf Company
155. Pittsburgh Coal Land Company
156. Pittsburgh Coal Land and Railroad Company, Incorporated
157. Pittsburgh, Fairport & Northwestern Dock Company
158. Port Royal Dock Company
159. Pursglove Coal Mining Company
160. Queen City Coal Company (Kentucky)
161. Queen City Coal Company (Ohio)
162. Renton Amusement Company
163. River Land Company
164. St. Paul Coal Company
165. Saw Mill Run Coal & Supply Company
166. Shaner Coal Company/Criterion Coal Company
167. Shaner Gas Coal Company
168. Snowden Coal Company
169. Solon-Lowery Mining Company
170. Somers Coal Despatch Company
171. Somerset Coal Company
172. Soo-River Coal-Isle Company
173. Southern Coal and Transportation Company
174. Stalter Coal Company
175. Truax-Traer Coal Company
176. Truax-Traer Lignite Coal Co.
177. Truax-Traer Lignite Coal Company, Incorporated
178. Turtle Creek and Allegheny River Railroad Company
179. Twin City Coal Yards Company
180. Union Collieries Company
181. United States Coal Company
182. United States Coal & Supply Company, Inc.
183. Virginia Talc & Soapstone Company
184. Viropa Coal and Coke Company
185. Vulcan Coal Company
186. Walsh-Upstill Coal Company
187. Watson Supply Company
188. West Fairmont Coal and Coke Company
189. West Fork Mining Company
190. West Fork Railroad Company
191. Wheeling and Lake Erie Coal Mining Company
192. Youghiogheny and Elizabeth Rail-Road Company
193. Youghiogheny & Lehigh Coal Company
194. Youghiogheny and Wick Haven Railroad Company
195. Youghiogheny Coal Company
Series IV. Stockholders' Records
1. Consolidation Coal Company
2. Pittsburgh Coal Company
3. Pittsburgh Coal Company (New Jersey)
5. Associated Companies’ Stock Records, Bound Volumes
Series V. Financial Records
1. Consolidation Coal Company General Ledgers
2. Consolidation Coal Company Journals
3. Notice of Appeal
4. Newspaper & Magazine Articles
5. Payroll Records and Employee Benefits
Series VI. Secretary's Contract Files
Series VII. Associated Companies' Contract Files
1. Cassville & Monongahela Railroad Company
2. Fairmont Machinery Company
3. Fairmont Supply Company
4. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company
5. Pittsburgh & Castle Shannon Railroad Company
6. Transfer and Merger Agreements

Summary Information

Repository
ULS Archives & Special Collections
Title
Consolidation Coal Company Records
Creator
Consolidation Coal Company.
Collection Number
AIS.2011.03
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1864-1964
Date [inclusive]
1854-1971
Extent
108.58 linear feet
Abstract
The Consolidation Coal Company (Consol) was created by the merger of several small operators mining the Georges Creek coal basin in Allegany County, Maryland. The company expanded rapidly in the early twentieth century through the purchase of substantial tracts in the coal fields of Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Kentucky as well as docks and distribution facilities in the Great Lakes region. By 1927, Consol was the nation's largest producer of bituminous coal. Following a merger with the Pittsburgh Coal Company in 1945, the company pursued a policy of acquiring companies which afforded opportunities for greater diversification while selling off unprofitable lines. In addition, a new research and development division was created to fund projects aimed at developing more efficient production methods and new outlets for coal consumption. The records of the Consolidation Coal Company and its affiliated companies are arranged in seven series. Minute books and contract files provide the most comprehensive documentation in this collection.

Preferred Citation

Consolidation Coal Company Records, 1854-1971, AIS.2011.03, Archives & Special Collections, University of Pittsburgh Library System

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History

The Consolidation Coal Company (Maryland)

The Consolidation Coal Company was incorporated in Maryland on March 8, 1860, for the purpose of effecting a merger of a number of coal operators mining the Georges Creek basin in Allegany County, Maryland. Because of the Civil War, during which Confederate armies frequently blocked the region’s only outlet to market, the company was not actually organized until April 19, 1864. Starting life as the dominant operator in this small but significant coal field, “Consol” rose to become the nation’s top producer of bituminous coal.

The Georges Creek or Cumberland Coal Field, occupying part of the triangle of western Maryland, contained a high-quality, low-volatile bituminous steam coal which was also, thanks to the Potomac River, the coal of this type most accessible to Eastern markets. Coal had been mined in the region beginning in the 1700s, and the first coal company, the Maryland Mining Company, had been incorporated in 1828. However, large-scale development could not occur until the mid-1840s, after the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad reached Cumberland and provided reliable transportation. This also coincided with the development of ocean steam navigation and a rapid growth in the number of railroad locomotives and stationary steam engines. Cumberland coal was ideal for ship bunkering, and much of the output was shipped to New York Harbor. Naturally, New York capitalists and manufacturers played a leading role in developing the field. Lewis Howell’s Maryland and New York Iron and Coal Company rolled the first solid U.S. railroad rail at its Mount Savage mill in 1844. The Consolidation Coal merger was put together by New Yorkers such as William H. Aspinwall, Erastus Corning, the Delanos and Roosevelts, and the Boston financier John Murray Forbes, who already had substantial investments in the region.

Upon its formation, the Consolidation Coal Company acquired the properties of the Ocean Steam Coal Company, the Frostburg Coal Company, and the Mount Savage Iron Company totaling about 11,000 acres. The last named company brought with it control of the Cumberland and Pennsylvania Railroad, which connected the mines to the Baltimore & Ohio and later the Pennsylvania and Western Maryland railroads. In 1870, Consol absorbed the Cumberland Coal and Iron Company of 1840, the next largest operator in the field, and gained an additional 7,000 acres. Further purchases from the Delano interests gave it over 80 percent of the entire Cumberland Field.

Soon after its hated rival, the Pennsylvania Railroad, gained access to the Cumberland Coal Field, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad began purchasing large blocks of Consolidation Coal stock to protect its traffic base in 1875, eventually gaining a 52 percent interest. A B&O slate of directors was elected in February 1877, with Charles F. Mayer of Baltimore as president, and the company offices were moved from New York to Baltimore.

Until the turn of the century, Consolidation Coal’s mining operations were confined to the small soft coal region of western Maryland. The company purchased the 12,000 acre Millholland coal tract near Morgantown, W.Va. in 1902 and acquired controlling interests in the Fairmont Coal Company of West Virginia and the Somerset Coal Company of Pennsylvania the following year. These acquisitions boosted Consolidation’s annual production more than six-fold in only three years. The company purchased the 25,000 acre Stony Creek tract in Somerset County, Pa., in 1904. The Fairmont Coal Company purchase included a joint interest in the North Western Fuel Company, which owned and operated docks and coal distribution facilities in Wisconsin and Minnesota.

In 1906, the Interstate Commerce Commission held a formal investigation of rail ownership of coal companies, which resulted in the passage of the Hepburn Act and its “Commodities Clause,” which prohibited railroads from dealing in the commodities they hauled. In anticipation of the new regulations, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad sold its entire holdings of Consolidation stock to a Baltimore syndicate headed by Consol president Clarence W. Watson, J. H. Wheelwright and H. Crawford on April 26, 1906. At the time of the B&O’s divestiture, the aggregate annual output of Consolidation’s mines totaled more than 10 million tons and the company controlled more than 200,000 acres. The John D. Rockefeller interests began purchasing Consol securities in 1915, eventually securing a controlling interest. The company’s offices were returned to New York City in May 1921.

After the B&O divestiture, Consol began expanding into the Southern Appalachian coal fields, which were just being opened by railroads on a large scale. The mines in this region yielded a low volatile coal that provided an ideal fuel source for stationary steam engines, ships, and locomotives. Of equal importance, operators in the remote mountains had been able to resist unionization and thus achieve lower operating costs, while all of Consol’s previous holdings had been in the so-called “Central Competitive Field” to the north, which had been unionized in the 1890s. Consolidation Coal purchased 30,000 acres in the Millers Creek Field of Eastern Kentucky in 1909 and 100,000 acres in the Elkhorn Field the next year. In February 1922, Consol secured a long term lease and option on the Carter Coal Company, whose 37,000 acres straddled the borders of Virginia, West Virginia and Kentucky. In 1925, Consol became the nation’s largest producer of bituminous coal, excluding the captive mines of the steel companies.

During the Great Depression, Consolidation Coal experienced serious financial difficulties and was forced into receivership on June 2, 1932. The Rockefellers liquidated their holdings at a loss, and the Carter Coal Company was returned to the Carter heirs in 1933. Consol was reorganized and reincorporated in Delaware as the Consolidation Coal Company, Inc. on November 1, 1935, and was able to retain its position as one of the nation’s top coal producers. Eventually, stock control passed into the hands of the M.A. Hanna Company group of Cleveland, dealers in coal and iron ore. Although production reached record levels during the Second World War, management feared a recurrence of the collapse that had followed World War I. It also faced the prospect of increased competition from oil and natural gas and the loss of traditional markets such as home heating and locomotive fuel. As a result Consol opened negotiations with another large producer, the Pittsburgh Coal Company, which was the dominant operator in the Pittsburgh District.

The Pittsburgh Coal Company

The Pittsburgh Coal Company was a product of the great industrial merger movement of the late 1890s. In 1899, two large mergers were effected in the Pittsburgh District.

The Monongahela River Consolidated Coal and Coke Company was incorporated in Pennsylvania on October 1, 1899 to merge the properties of over 90 small firms operating mines along the Monongahela River south of Pittsburgh. Some of these operations dated to the early 1800s, and all of them shipped coal down the Ohio-Mississippi River system by barge from close to the mine mouth, or later by the railroads built along the river banks. The combination controlled 40,000 acres of coal land, 100 steam towboats, 4,000 barges, and facilities for handling coal at Cincinnati, Louisville, Vicksburg, Memphis, Baton Rouge and New Orleans.

The Pittsburgh Coal Company was incorporated in New Jersey as a holding company on September 1, 1899 and acquired the properties of over 80 operators located in the areas back from the river on both sides of the Monongahela south of Pittsburgh. The combination was engineered by some of the most prominent Pittsburgh industrialists, including Andrew W. Mellon, Henry W. Oliver, and Henry Clay Frick. It controlled over 80,000 acres and six collector railroads, the longest of which was the Montour Railroad. Most of its output was shipped by rail, with a large share being transferred to ships on the Great Lakes for distribution throughout the industrial Midwest. The company owned coal docks and yards at Chicago, Cleveland, Duluth, West Superior, Sault Ste. Marie, Ashtabula, Fairport and Thornburg. Subsequently, the company expanded in southwestern Pennsylvania and the Hocking Valley of Ohio through the lease of the Shaw Coal Company in 1901 and the purchase of the Midland Coal Company in 1903. Most of the properties were vested in a separate Pittsburgh Coal Company, an operating company incorporated in Pennsylvania.

Unlike the Consolidation Coal Company, which had grown by gradual accretion, the Pittsburgh Coal Company had been created in a single stroke. As with many mergers of the period, its capitalization probably contained a high percentage of “water” in anticipation of profits from future growth. Unfortunately, the years after the merger saw explosive growth in the coal fields of Southern Appalachia instead. Although farther from major consuming centers, they enjoyed several advantages. The coal itself was superior, low-volatile with higher BTU content and altogether cleaner than the high-volatile coals of Ohio and the Pittsburgh District. As already noted, the southern mines were also non-union. With the inroads of Southern Appalachian coal, the Pittsburgh Coal Company continuously lost ground in the crucial Lake and western markets from 1900 to 1915. The company’s capitalization proved unwieldy in the unsettled economic conditions following the Panic of 1907. A reorganization plan was devised under which a new Pittsburgh Coal Company was incorporated in Pennsylvania on January 12, 1916 by merging the old Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania and the Monongahela River Consolidated Coal and Coke Company. The old holding company was then liquidated and the stock of the new operating company distributed to its stockholders. Dissension between the common and preferred stockholders delayed consummation of the plan until July 16, 1917.

The Pittsburgh Coal Company, which had all its operations in the Central Competitive Field, had a much more difficult time than Consolidation in breaking the 1923 Jacksonville Agreement with the United Mine Workers in 1925-1927 and reverting to non-union status. The three-year struggle ended the company’s ability to pay dividends. Pittsburgh Coal survived the Depression without receivership but with ever-increasing arrearages on its preferred stock. By the end of World War II, its managers were just as eager as those at Consol to attempt greater economies through merger. The Pittsburgh Coal Company and the Consolidation Coal Company merged on November 23, 1945, with exchange ratios of 65 to 35 percent. Pittsburgh Coal Company, the surviving partner, changed its name to the Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company.

The Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company

After the merger, the M.A. Hanna Company interests of Cleveland became the dominant factor in Pitt-Consol’s affairs. Hanna had transferred its pre-merger Consol stock to its subsidiary Bessemer Coal & Coke Corporation in 1943. This led to a restructuring whereby Pitt-Consol acquired Hanna’s share of the North Western-Hanna Fuel Company in April 1946 and the Hanna coal properties in eastern Ohio on June 16, 1946 These included large reserves of strippable coal that accounted for about 20 percent of the state’s production. Pitt-Consol later acquired Hanna’s holdings of coal land in Harrison, Belmont and Jefferson Counties, Ohio, on December 30, 1949. It purchased the New York Central Railroad’s 51 percent interest in the Jefferson Coal Company, giving it full control, in 1952 and merged it into the Hanna Coal Company Division.

Pitt-Consol sold its last major railroads, the Montour Railroad and the Youngstown & Southern Railway to the Pennsylvania Railroad and the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad on December 31, 1946. The Northwestern Coal Railway had been sold to the Great Northern system, and the Cumberland & Pennsylvania Railroad had been sold to the Western Maryland Railway in May 1944.

In addition, a new Research and Development Division was created to fund projects aimed at developing more efficient production methods, new outlets for coal consumption, coal-based synthetic fuels and chemical byproducts. A new coal gasification plant opened at Library, Pa., in November 1948, and the company began the manufacture of a smokeless fuel briquette under the trademark “Disco” at Imperial, Pa., in 1949. An experimental coal slurry pipeline was built in Ohio in 1952.

During the 1950s and early 1960s, Pitt-Consol made many changes in its coal holdings, selling high-cost or less desirable properties, diversifying its reserves across many different coal fields, rationalizing property lines to permit large mechanized underground or strip mines and forming joint ventures with steel companies to secure guaranteed customers. Pitt-Consol acquired the Jamison Coal and Coke Company in 1954 and the Pocahontas Fuel Company, Incorporated, a large producer of low-volatile Southern Appalachian coal, in 1956. In the latter year, it sold its Elkhorn Field properties to the Bethlehem Steel Corporation. As Pittsburgh District operations became less central, the corporate name was changed back to Consolidation Coal Company in April 1958.

The Consolidation Coal Company, CONOCO and CONSOL Energy, Inc.:

Consol continued to expand into the early 1960s. On April 30, 1962, it absorbed the Truax-Traer Coal Company of Illinois. Truax-Traer also mined lignite in North Dakota, a low-grade but low-sulfur coal that was taking a greater share of the power generation market as environmental laws placed greater restrictions on high-sulfur coal from the Central Competitive Field. The following year Consol acquired the Crozer Coal and Land Company and the Page Coal and Coke Company, owners of additional reserves of low-volatile, low-sulfur steam coal in southern West Virginia.

In 1966, just two years after the company marked its centennial, Consolidation Coal was acquired by the Continental Oil Company (Conoco). This was part of a general trend whereby U.S. oil companies extended their reach by acquiring coal reserves and large coal producers. In turn, Conoco was acquired by E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company in 1981. This purchase was motivated by DuPont’s desire to obtain better control of chemical feedstocks in an era of high oil prices. Consolidation Coal was not a major factor in the Conoco acquisition and did not really fit into DuPont’s strategy, especially after coal and oil prices declined. As a result, it was quickly sold off when DuPont was restructured a decade later. In 1991, a new holding company CONSOL Engery, Inc. was incorporated as a joint venture of DuPont Energy Company and the German energy conglomerate Rheinisch-Westfalisches Elektrizitatswerk A.G., through its wholly owned subsidiaries Rheinbraun A.G. and Rheinbraun U.S.A. GmbH. Consolidation Coal Company became a wholly-owned subsidiary of CONSOL Energy, Inc. DuPont eventually sold most of its half interest, so that by 1998, Rheinbraun affiliates owned 94% of CONSOL Energy stock, while DuPont Energy retained only 6%. CONSOL Energy purchased the entire stock of the Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Company on September 22, 1998. CONSOL Energy stock began trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “CNX” in 1999, with an initial public offering of more than 20 million shares.

CONSOL Energy produced more than 74 million tons of coal in 1999, accounting for approximately 7% of domestic production. The company currently operates 22 mining complexes, primarily east of the Mississippi River.

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Scope and Content Notes

The records of the Consolidation Coal Company (Consol) are skeletal and incomplete, being limited to corporate records from the company’s record storage facility in Library, Pa. The surviving records are limited primarily to series from the Corporate Secretary’s Office, including minute books and agreement and contract files. Annual reports have been transferred to the Imprints Department. The company’s historical photograph collection covering its operations in the Cumberland Field had been given previously to the Smithsonian Institution. Many early records, including some of the earliest Consol minutes and minutes of most of the Maryland predecessor companies, appear to have been lost in the great Baltimore Fire of 1904.

Because the Pittsburgh Coal Company became the surviving parent and because Library was originally a Pittsburgh Coal Company facility, the records are disproportionally representative of the Pittsburgh Coal Company side of the family tree. The contract files are primarily from the Pittsburgh Coal Company and the Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company. Also represented among the minutes are the Fairmont Coal Company group and the Hanna Coal Company group, which were close enough to send records to Library. Conspicuously absent are any records from the Pocahontas Fuel Company group.

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Arrangement

The records of the Consolidation Coal Company and its affiliated companies are arranged in seven series. The most comprehensive documentation in this collection is provided by company minute books and contract files.

Series I contains minute books of the Consolidation Coal Company for the period from 1902-1965. The bulk of these records are from 1902-1949. Included in this series are books containing the minutes of Stockholders’, Board of Directors’, Executive Committee, and Finance Committee meetings and records of the company’s reorganization and receivership proceedings.

Series II contains minute books of the Pittsburgh Coal Company for the period from 1894-1946. Included in this series are books containing the minutes of Stockholders’, Board of Directors’, Executive Committee, and Finance Committee meetings.

Series III contains the minute books of companies associated with the Consolidation Coal Company for the period from 1854-1963. These records represent subsidiaries as well as merged companies and are arranged alphabetically.

Series IV contains stockholders’ records for the period from 1864-1940. The bulk of these records cover the period from 1892-1940. Included in this series are stock certificates, stock ledgers, and stock transfer books.

Series V contains financial records for the period from 1864-1971. The bulk of these records cover the period from 1864-1950. Included in this series are journals and ledgers of the Consolidation Coal Company as well as payroll records from associated companies.

Series VI contains contract files from the Secretary’s office of the Consolidation Coal Company. These contracts are arranged in chronological order and include deeds, land purchases, leases, and other agreements.

Series VII contains contract files from associated companies. Included in this series are agreements made by the Monongahela River Coke and Coal Company and the Fairmont Coal Company.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

ULS Archives & Special Collections, July 2011

University of Pittsburgh Library System
Archives & Special Collections
Website: library.pitt.edu/archives-special-collections
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Contact Us: www.library.pitt.edu/ask-archivist

Access Restrictions

No restrictions.

Copyright

The University of Pittsburgh holds the property rights to the material in this collection, but the copyright may still be held by the original creator/author. Researchers are therefore advised to follow the regulations set forth in the U.S. Copyright Code when publishing, quoting, or reproducing material from this collection without the consent of the creator/author or that go beyond what is allowed by fair use.

Custodial History

This collection was originally held in the Pittsburgh Coal Company's record storage facility in Library, Pa. It was donated to the Hagley Museum and Library in December 1991. It was transferred to the University of Pittsburgh's Archives Service Center in April 2011.

Acquisition Information

Gift of the Consolidation Coal Company to the Hagley Museum and Library, Wilmington, Delaware, in December 1991. Transferred to the University of Pittsburgh's Archives Service Center in April 2011 through arrangements by CONSOL Energy, Inc.

Processing Information

The processing of this collection was completed by Hagley Museum and Library staff (Robert Reed and Jennifer Andrews) in May 2002; the finding aid later revised by Christopher T. Baer (Hagley) in May 2009. Upon receipt of the collection by the University of Pittsburgh, the finding aid was entered into Archivists' Toolkit by ASC staff in 2011 and subsequently published.

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Related Materials

Related Material

CONSOL Energy Inc. Mine Maps and Records, 1857-2002, AIS.1991.16, Archives & Special Collections, University of Pittsburgh Library System

CONSOL Energy Inc. West Virginia and Eastern Ohio Mine Maps and Records, 1880-1994, AIS.2004.22, Archives & Special Collections, University of Pittsburgh Library System

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Consolidation Coal Company.
  • Monongahela River Consolidated Coal and Coke Company.
  • Pittsburgh Coal Company.
  • Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company.

Genre(s)

  • Contract documents
  • Contracts
  • Corporation reports
  • Financial records
  • Minute books

Subject(s)

  • Bituminous coal industry -- United States
  • Coal -- Transportation -- United States
  • Coal mines and mining -- Kentucky
  • Coal mines and mining -- Maryland
  • Coal mines and mining -- Pennsylvania
  • Coal mines and mining -- Virginia
  • Coal mines and mining -- West Virginia
  • Coal preparation -- United States
  • Coal trade -- United States
  • Coal-handling machinery -- United States
  • Coal-mining machinery -- United States
  • Railroads -- Pennsylvania

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Previous Citation

Consolidation Coal Company Records, 1854-1971, AIS.2011.03, Archives Service Center, University of Pittsburgh

Consolidation Coal Company Records, Accession 2030, Manuscripts and Archives Department, Hagley Museum and Library.

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Collection Inventory

Series  I. Consolidation Coal Company Minute Books 

Subseries  1. Stockholders' Meetings 

  Box
 April 1, 1942-July 24, 1945 1

Subseries  2. Board of Directors' Meetings 

  Oversize
No. 4 (Volume 1), February 19, 1902-January 18, 1908 90
No. 5 (Volume 2), March 18, 1908-November 28, 1910 
  Oversize
No. 6 (Volume 3), January 10, 1911-January 13, 1913 91
No. 7 (Volume 4), February 3, 1913-March 18, 1914 
  Oversize
No. 8 (Volume 5), March 23, 1914-October 11, 1915 92
No. 9 (Volume 6), January 15, 1916-June 25, 1917 
  Oversize
No. 10 (Volume 7), October 1, 1917-March 19, 1919 93
No. 11 (Volume 8), July 8, 1919-May 4, 1921 
  Oversize
No. 12 (Volume 9), June 15, 1921-June 19, 1923 94
No. 13 (Volume 10), June 28, 1923-September 23, 1925 
  Oversize
No. 14 (Volume 11), October 28, 1925-December 7, 1927 95
  Box
Copy Minutes, May 22, 1906 - January 11, 1909 5
  Box
 January 4, 1928-November 26, 1935 1
 January 27, 1942–May 25, 1943 
  Box
 June 22, 1943–May 25, 1943 2
  Box
 June 22, 1945–November 19, 1945 3
 February 16, May 18, August 17, November 16, 1964 
 February 15, May 17, August 16, November 15, 1965 

Subseries  3. Executive Committee Meetings 

  Oversize
Volume 12, January 6, 1903-December 28, 1923 95
  Oversize
Volume 13, January 25, 1924-December 28, 1927 96
  Box
 February 6, 1928-May 28, 1934 3
 February 9, 1942–February 23, 1944 
 January 20, 1964–April 20, 1964 
  Box
 June 22, 1964–December 20, 1965 4

Subseries  4. Finance Committee Meetings 

  Box
 February 22, 1929-January 5, 1931 4

Subseries  5. Trustees and Receivers' Meetings 

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 June 8, 1932-November 14, 1935 4

Subseries  6. Receivership and Reorganization Proceedings 

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Volume 1, June 2, 1932-August 24, 1932 4
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Volume 2, August 27, 1932-October 10, 1933 5
Volume 3, October 13, 1933-September 17, 1935; June 7, 1934-November 19, 1934 
Volume 4, November 30, 1934-December 21, 1938 

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Series  II. Pittsburgh Coal Company Minute Books (Parent Company) 

Scope and Content Notes

The following series contains corporate records identified with each parent company.

Subseries  1. Pittsburgh Coal Company (New Jersey) 

Corporate History

Incorporated: September 13, 1899, in N.J.; Demised: dissolved June 18, 1919; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company (Pennsylvania : 1916-1945); Statistics: Holding company formed to acquired properties of Pennsylvania Mining Company and others through a syndicate headed by Moore & Schley. Under reorganization plan, effective January 1, 1916, former operating subsidiary Pittsburgh Coal Company (Pennsylvania) became parent company by distribution of stock.

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Minutes of Stockholders Meetings (Volume 19), September 13, 1899-June 3, 1919  98
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Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings, September 13, 1899-January 2, 1906  7
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Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings (Volume 14), February 7, 1906-December 27, 1911  96
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Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings (Volume 20), January 24, 1912-January 28, 1920  98
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Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings, October 25, 1899-June 18, 1907 6
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Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings (Volume 17), July 2, 1907-July 28, 1915  97

Subseries  2. Pittsburgh Coal Company (Pennsylvania), 1916-1945 

Corporate History

Incorporated: January 12, 1916, in Pa.; Demised: November 23, 1945, by merger; Predecessors: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania, Monongahela River Consolidated Coal and Coke Company; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: New parent company established under reorganization plan, replacing holding company Pittsburgh Coal Company (N.J.) and two main operating companies. Absorbed Consolidation Coal Company on November 23, 1945, and changed name to Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders Meetings (Volume 22), February 9, 1916-July 25, 1945  99
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Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings (Volume 24), January 26, 1916-December 28, 1920  100
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Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings (Volume 14), January 19, 1921-December 22, 1927  96
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Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings (Volume 16), January 26, 1928-December 27, 1939  97
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Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings (Volume 25), July 28, 1915-December 19, 1933  100
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Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings (Volume 18), January 12, 1934-January 16, 1940 98

Subseries  3. Pittsburgh Coal Company (Pennsylvania), 1945-1951 

Corporate History

Incorporated: November 23, 1945, in Pa; Demised: dissolved September 20, 1951; Predecessor: Pittsburgh Coal Company (Pennsylvania : 1916-1945); Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operated former Pittsburgh Coal Company mines for Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company from December 1, 1945 to December 31, 1949. Last assets sold to Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company, January 31, 1950.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 23, 1945-April 9, 1951  6

Subseries  4. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pittsburgh 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: pre-1900, in PA; Demised: reincorporated January 12, 1916; Predecessor: Pennsylvania Mining Company, etc.; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company (Pennsylvania : 1916-1945); Statistics: Incorporated in Pa. as Pennsylvania Mining Company prior to 1900. On January 12, 1904, the Pittsburgh Coal Company (N.J.) conveyed all its mining operations and railroads in Pennsylvania to the Pennsylvania Mining Company, which changed its name to Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania on March 11, 1904. Under reorganization plan, it was superseded effective January 1, 1916, by a new Pittsburgh Coal Company (Pa.), which became the parent company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings (Volume 40), March 11, 1904-October 23, 1907  105
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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings (Volume 23), November 5, 1907-March 25, 1914  100
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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings (Volume 21), May 27, 1914-December 31, 1915  99
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Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings (Volume 25), July 28, 1915 100

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Series  III. Predecessor & Subsidiary Companies' Minute Books 

Scope and Content Notes

The following series contains corporate records identified with each predecessor and subsidiary companies.

Subseries  1. Alexander Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 20, 1899, in W.V; Demised: October 1, 1949, by expiration of charter; Predecessor: None; Successor: Brier Hill Coal & Coke Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Harrison County, W.Va. Assets sold to Brier Hill Coal & Coke Company in Jan. 1901.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors, November 20, 1899-January 14, 1901 8

Subseries  2. Allegany Real Estate Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 21, 1935, in MD; Demised: December 10, 1943; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Owned real estate in Cumberland Coal Field of Maryland.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 21, 1935-December 10, 1943 8

Subseries  3. American Coal & Coke Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 24, 1899, in W.V; Demised: February 1906; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Marion County, W.Va. Sold to Fairmont Coal Company ca. 1901

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Minutes of Stockholders & Board of Directors Meetings, November 28, 1899-February 1, 1906 8

Subseries  4. American Coal Company of Allegany County (Delaware) 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: July 12, 1941, in DE; Demised: January 2, 1958, by merger into Pocahontas Fuel Company, Inc.; Predecessor: American Coal Company of Allegany County (New Jersey); Successor: Pocahontas Fuel Company, Incorporated; Statistics: Operated mines in Cumberland and Pocahontas coal fields..

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Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings, July 12, 1941-August 26, 1955 8
Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings, September 7, 1955-December 16, 1957 

Subseries  5. American Coal Company of Allegany County (Maryland) 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: December 30, 1854, in MD; Demised: December 30, 1904; Predecessor: None; Successor: American Coal Company of Allegany County (New Jersey); Statistics: Operated coal mines at Barton and Lonaconing, Md. Also owned controlling interest in Georges Creek & Cumberland Railroad Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Minutes, December 28, 1854-April 19, 1873 9
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Minutes, May 5, 1873-December 29, 1904 
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Annual Statements & Examining Committee Reports, November 30, 1857–December 31, 1903 8

Subseries  6. American Coal Company of Allegany County (New Jersey) 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: October 24, 1903, in N.J; Demised: December 30, 1943, by merger.; Predecessor: American Coal Company of Allegany County (Maryland); Successor: American Coal Company of Allegany County (Delaware); Statistics: Operated coal mines in Allegany County, Md., and later in Pocahontas Field of W.Va.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 8, 1904-December 29, 1910 9
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 9, 1911-September 19, 1916 
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 2, 1917-May 20, 1920 
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 30, 1939-December 29, 1943 
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Annual Statements & Examining Committee Reports, December 31, 1904-December 31, 1919 8

Subseries  7. American Trimming Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: June 26, 1912, in Ohio; Demised: December 31, 1925; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania; Statistics: Operated coal yards and lake terminals. Subsidiary of Pittsburgh Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings (spine missing), June 24, 1912-December 31, 1925 9

Subseries  8. American Valve and Tank Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: January 26, 1917, in W.V; Demised: Failed Dec. 1919; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated a plumbing supply business. Bankrupt and dissolved April 18, 1919; reincorporated April 19, 1919; failed for second time Dec. 1919.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 26, 1917-December 19, 1919 10
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 19, 1919-December 26, 1919 

Subseries  9. Arkwright Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: October 2, 1919, in W.V; Demised: November 14, 1944, by dissolution; Predecessor: None; Successor: North Western Fuel Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Ohio County; sold to North Western Fuel Company Dec. 2, 1943.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, Ocotber 4, 1919-October 14, 1937 10
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, February 10, 1938-December 2, 1943 
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 31, 1944-July 7, 1944 

Subseries  10. Ascension Coal Company, Ltd. 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: January 26, 1892, in LA; Demised: January 5, 1918; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated coal yards and transported coal up and down the Mississippi River; acquired by Monongahela Consolidated Coal & Coke Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 13, 1898-January 15, 1918 10

Subseries  11. Ashtabula Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: October 31, 1898, in Ohio; Demised: September 11, 1903, by merger; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Operated coal yards and terminals.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, 10

Subseries  12. Austin Machinery Corporation 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: Feb. 14, 1920, in IL; Demised: dissolved in 1930; Statistics: Incorporated as F.C. Austin Machinery Company; subsidiary of Virginia company of same name; name changed May 20, 1920; sales company for coal-handling machinery; indebted to Consolidation Coal Company.

Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings, May 18, 1920-April 25, 1930 

Subseries  13. Bellview Improvement Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: September 14, 1903, in WV; Demised: 1912 by sale of assets; Predecessor: None; Successor: Bellview Realty Company; Statistics: Owned real estate and house lots near Fairmont; originally owned by Fairmont Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 2, 1903-October 31, 1912 10

Subseries  14. Bellview Realty Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: June 10, 1912, in WV; Demised: 1913; Predecessor: Bellview Improvement Company; Successor: Fairmont Building and Investment Company; Statistics: Owned house lots near Fairmont. Company was sold to Fairmont Building and Investment Company in 1913.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 10, 1912-June 25, 1913 11

Subseries  15. Bessemer Coal & Coke Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: April 17, 1902, in PA; Demised: Unknown; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Incorporated as Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia Coal & Coke Company; renamed Bessemer Coal & Coke Company, October 8, 1902. Operated mines in Allegheny County, Pa. Controlling interest purchased by Republic Iron and Steel Company in 1917. Later controlled 50% by M.A. Hanna Company, which in turn held controlling interest in Consolidation Coal Company ca. 1940.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 21, 1902-April 8, 1919 11

Subseries  16. Bituminous Investment Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: June 16, 1930, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved Dec. 28, 1931; Predecessor: None; Successor: Hanna Coal Company; Statistics: Owned coal land in Jefferson County, Ohio; sold to Hanna Coal Company.

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Minutes, June 16, 1930-December 28, 1931 11

Subseries  17. Black Diamond Railroad Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 29, 1899, in PA; Demised: stricken from record June 1909; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 13, 1903-September 22, 1909 11

Subseries  18. Boomer Coal & Coke Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: ca. 1898 in W.Va.

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Synopsis of Deeds & Contracts, February 1, 1898-May 10, 1926 11

Subseries  19. Briar Hill Coal and Coke Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: December 24, 1891, in W.V; Demised: February 1, 1906; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in northern W.Va. Sold to Fairmont Coal Company ca. 1901

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 18, 1892-October 6, 1899 11
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 21, 1900-February 1, 1906 

Subseries  20. Bridgeville & Millers Run Railroad Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 15, 1899, in PA; Demised: June 1909; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for railroad held by Pittsburgh Coal Company, but not built.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 13, 1903-September 22, 1909 11

Subseries  21. Brock, Inc. 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: February 11, 1941, in W.V; Demised: January 31, 1948, by merger; Predecessor: Continental Coal Company; Successor: Christopher Coal Company; Statistics: Operated Brock Mine at Cassville, W.Va. formerly operated by Continental Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, February 11, 1941 - January 27, 1948 11

Subseries  22. Bull Steamship Line 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: December 29, 1915 in N.J; Statistics: Operated a coastal shipping line on East Coast and Caribbean.

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Minutes, December 23, 1915-January 28, 1927 11

Subseries  23. C.C. Realty Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: December 11, 1926, in W.V; Demised: dissolved December 31, 1943; Predecessors: Consolidation Coal Company, Monongah Company; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Acquired company houses and real estate at Montana, Enterprise and Gaston Plants of Consolidation Coal Company. Acquired assets of Monongah Company in April 1933. Remaining property conveyed to Consolidation Coal Company in 1935.

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Subseries  24. Camden Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: July 1, 1906, in KY; Demised: dissolved February 6, 1917; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Activities not known.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, July 18, 1906-February 6, 1917 11

Subseries  25. Canadian Northern Coal and Ore Dock Company, Ltd. 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: February 17, 1905, in Ont; Demised: No date provided; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated coal docks and terminals at Port Arthur and Fort William; associated with Pittsburgh Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders’ and Board of Directors’ Meetings, February 28, 1905-March 8, 1910 11
Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings, April 22, 1905-January 3, 1908 

Subseries  26. Canonsburg & Bishop Railroad Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 16, 1899, in PA; Demised: stricken from record June 1909; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad. Controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 13, 1903-September 22, 1909 12

Subseries  27. Cape Terminals, Inc. 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: May 19, 1939, in N.Y.; Demised: dissolved December 6, 1963; Statistics: Operated a coal terminal at Clayton, N.Y.; subsidiary of Hanna Fuels, Inc.

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Minutes, May 19, 1939-November 22, 1963 12

Subseries  28. Cassville and Monongahela Railroad Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: December 21, 1900, in W.V; Demised: April 9, 1930; Predecessor: None; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Acquired by Consolidation Coal Company from Millholland interests in 1902. Charter for unbuilt railroad from Millholland lands to B&O Railroad.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 4, 1901-April 9, 1930 12

Subseries  29. Cedar Creek Railroad Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: August 5, 1905, in PA; Demised: stricken from record June 1909; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad. Controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, August 5, 1905-September 22, 1909 12

Subseries  30. Central Coal & Dock Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: March 29, 1906, in Wisconsin; Demised: May 31, 1911, by sale of assets; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin; Statistics: Operated coal docks and terminals at Ashland and Sheboygan.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 29, 1906-March 21, 1911 12

Subseries  31. Champion Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: October 19, 1910, in PA; Demised: dissolved September 18, 1951; Predecessor: Youghiogheny Coal Company; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Incorporated as Youghiogheny Coal Company; renamed Champion Coal Company, February 22, 1937; subsidiary of Pittsburgh Coal Company; property sold to Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company, July 31, 1951.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 17, 1937-September 18, 1951 12

Subseries  32. Chartiers Valley and Northern Railway Company, 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: April 23, 1902, in PA; Demised: July 13, 1942; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad.

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Minutes, April 23, 1902-January 25, 1917 12
Minutes, January 22, 1918-November 19, 1942 

Subseries  33. Chartiers Valley and Venetia Railroad Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 15, 1899, in PA; Demised: July 13, 1942; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad. Controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 13, 1903-November 19, 1942 12

Subseries  34. Cherry Valley Supply Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: June 30, 1903; Demised: dissolved July 12, 1929.

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Minute Book No.2, January 9, 1928-September 21, 1929 12

Subseries  35. Chicago Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: July 26, 1900, in W.V; Demised: March 22, 1902; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Controlled by coal operators in the Fairmont District for the purpose of shipping coal to Chicago.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, August 16, 1900-March 22, 1902 12

Subseries  36. Clarion River Land Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: April 13, 1956, in PA; Demised: July 31, 1956 by transfer of assets; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Owned coal land in western Pennsylvania

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 12, 1956-July 16, 1956 12

Subseries  37. Clarksburg Fuel Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: September 16, 1901, in W.V, Demised: October 3, 1912; Predecessor: None; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in northern W.Va. Acquired by Fairmont Coal Company in 1903.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings; Minute Book No.1, September 17, 1901-September 7, 1903 13
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-Minute Book No.2, October 14, 1903-April 15, 1912 

Subseries  38. Cleveland and Fairmont Coal and Coke Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: October 20, 1899, in W.V; Demised: October 19, 1901; Predecessor: None; Successor: Highland Coal and Coke Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Fairmont District. Property sold to Highland Coal and Coke Company in 1901.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 4, 1917-October 30, 1926 13

Subseries  39. Cleveland & Morgantown Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: June 4, 1917, in Ohio. Demised: October 30, 1926; Predecessor: None; Sucessor: Pursglove Coal Mining Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Monongalia County, WV; stock exchanged for that of Pursglove Coal Mining Company in 1926.

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Miniutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 4, 1917-Ocotber 30, 1926 13

Subseries  40. Cleveland Fuel Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: March 16, 1896, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved October 1, 1903; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Operated a coal business at Cleveland; all property sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company, September 15, 1903.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 3, 1899-October 1, 1903 13

Subseries  41. Clover Splint Coal Company, Incorporated 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: August 20, 1934, in W.V; Demised: June 17, 1946; Predecessors: Clover Splint Coal Company; Harlan Splint Land Company, Incorporated; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Mined high quality splint coal at Closplint, Harlan County, Ky. Purchased by Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company on August 23, 1944.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, August 20, 1934-June 17, 1946 13

Subseries  42. Coal Process Corporation 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 27, 1929, in DE; Demised: dissolved October 14, 1948; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Organized by Foster Wheeler Corporation and American Gas & Electric Company to make processed fuel called “Carbolite” from coal. Built pilot plant at Philo, Ohio, which was sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company on September 31, 1931 and removed. Became subsidiary of Pittsburgh Coal Carbonization Company in 1939.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 27, 1929-October 14, 1948 13

Subseries  43. Colonial Coke Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: February 9, 1900, in PA; Demised: stricken from record April 3, 1914; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania; Statistics: Operated mines in Fayette County, Pa.. Assets sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania, March 1904.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 6, 1900-April 7, 1914 13

Subseries  44. Columbia Coal and Coke Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 11, 1899, in W.V; Demised: October 19, 1901 (Date of last meeting); Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated mines in the Fairmont District. Sold to Consolidation Coal Company interests in 1901.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 11, 1899-October 19, 1901 13

Subseries  45. Consol Coal Sales Corporation 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: April 15, 1933; Demised: June 27, 1947; Predecessor: Concoal Sales Corporation; Successor: None; Statistics: Name changed from Concoal Sales Corporation to Consol Coal; Sales Corporation on March 31, 1941. Acted as selling agent for Appalachian Coals, Inc. for Consol’s Elkhorn and Millers Creek coals.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 31, 1941-July 16, 1947 14

Subseries  46. Consolidation Coal Company (Delaware) 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: April 10, 1946, in DE; Demised: dissolved January 3, 1949; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Exclusive sales agent for Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania, Consolidation Coal Company (Kentucky) and Consolidation Coal Company (West Virginia).

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Minute Book, April 10, 1946-December 1, 1948 5

Subseries  47. Consolidation Coal Company (Kentucky) 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: May 6, 1946, in KY; Demised: dissolved March 1, 1950; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operating company for former Elkhorn Division and Millers Creek Division mines from December 1, 1945 through December 15, 1949.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 20, 1946-January 21, 1949 5

Subseries  48. Consolidation Coal Company (West Virginia) 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 20, 1945, in W.V; Demised: dissolved February 8, 1950; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operating company for former West Virginia Division mines from December 1, 1945 through December 15, 1949.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 20, 1945-February 8, 1950 6

Subseries  49. Consolidation Coal Products Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: October 20, 1922, in DE; Demised: Unknown; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Manufactured an artificial fuel called “Carbocoal”.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, October 20, 1922-January 26, 1928 14

Subseries  50. Consolidation Coastwise Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: December 11, 1914, in Mass; Demised: February 4, 1932; Predecessor: None; Successor: Metropolitan Marine and Fuel Company; Statistics: Operated coastwise fleet for shipment of coal to New England. Assets sold to Metropolitan Marine and Fuel Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 11, 1914-February 4, 1932 14

Subseries  51. Courtney Fire Brick Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: April 21, 1903, in PA; Demised: December 15, 1944; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Manufacturer of fire brick at Monongahela, Pa.

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Minutes of Stockholders Meetings, April 21, 1903-April 25, 1933 14
Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings, August 4, 1903-December 29, 1911 
Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings, January 25, 1912-June 15, 1931 
Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings, September 10, 1931-August 10, 1933 
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 25, 1934-December 15, 1944 
Memoranda Book, April 25, 1938-November 7, 1944 

Subseries  52. Cumberland and Pennsylvania Railroad Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: May 4, 1850, in MD; Demised: Sold by Consolidation Coal Company, May 1944; Predecessor: Mount Savage Iron Company; Successor: Western Maryland Railway Company; Statistics: Operated railroad in Cumberland, Md. Coal Field. Subsidiary of Consolidation Coal Company, 1864-1944 . Sold to Western Maryland Railway Company, May 1944.

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Minutes, October 16, 1924-May 12, 1944 14

Subseries  53. Disco Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: May 23, 1946, in PA; Demised: March 16, 1951; Predecessor: Pittsburgh Coal Carbonization Company; Successor: None; Statistics: Manufactured smokeless fuel briquettes and extracted coal tar from coal at Imperial, Pa.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 23, 1946-March 16, 1951 15

Subseries  54. Dunlap Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: June 4, 1915, in W.V; Demised: December 2, 1918; Predecessor: None; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Pike County, Ky.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 4, 1915-December 2, 1918 15

Subseries  55. Elkins Gas Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: March 7, 1892, in PA; Demised: April 20, 1914; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Westmoreland County, Pa. Land sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company in July 1911.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors, March 28, 1892-May 15, 1913 15

Subseries  56. Fairmont and Somerset Equipment Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: March 9, 1906, in DE; Demised: August 20, 1908; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Owned and operated railroad coal cars for Fairmont Coal Company and Somerset Coal Company. All assets sold to Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company in 1907.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 15, 1906-August 20, 1908 15

Subseries  57. Fairmont Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: June 20, 1901, in W.V; Demised: dissolved December 31, 1936; Predecessors: Montana Coal & Coke Company, West Fairmont Coal & Coke Company, Briar Hill Coal & Coke Company, Gaston Gas Coal Company, Highland Coal & Coke Company, the Monongah Company, Palatine Coal Company, Pennois Coal & Coke Company, Worthington Coal & Coke Company, West Fork Mining Company, Middleton Coal Company, American Coal & Coke Company, Hutchinson-Ehlen Coal Company, Mason Coal & Coke Company, Hutchinson Coal Company, Meadowbrook Coal & Coke Company, Riverdale Mining Company; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company Statistics: Formed by Johnson M. Camden interests. Operated mines in northern West Virginia. Acquired by Consolidation Coal Company in 1903. All property transferred to Consolidation Coal Company in November 1935.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-- Minute Book No.1, June 22, 1901-June 27, 1901  15
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.2, August 1, 1901–January 26, 1904 
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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.3 (Volume 27), March 16, 1904–July 15, 1907 101
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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.4 (Volume 28), October 4, 1907–March 21, 1917 102
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.5 (Volume 29), March 21, 1917-March 16, 1921 
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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.6 (Volume 30), March, 16, 1921-March 17, 1926 103
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.7 (Volume 31), May 5, 1926-December 1, 1936 
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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.2, August 2, 1901–July 2, 1906 15
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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.3, July 2, 1906–July 17, 1909 16
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors, December 2, 1926–December 1, 1936 

Subseries  58. Fairmont Coal Mining Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: September 12, 1900, in W.V; Demised: April 5, 1904 (Date of last meeting.); Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Coal Company; Statistics: Sales company for coal operators of Fairmont District. All assets and leases sold to Fairmont Coal Company, June 30, 1901.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, October 6, 1900 - April 5, 1904 16

Subseries  59. Fairmont Coals, Inc. 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: March 14, 1938, in W.V; Demised: dissolved January 30, 1948; Predecessor: None; Successor: None Statistics: Sales company for coal operators in Northern West Virginia, District No. 3, under the Guffey Act. Jointly owned by Consolidation Coal Company, Koppers Coal Division of Eastern Gas & Fuel Associates, Jamison Coal & Coke Company, et al.

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Minutes of Stockholder and Board of Directors Meetings, March 14, 1938-January 30, 1948 16

Subseries  60. Fairmont Lake Shippers Association 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: March 16, 1900, in W.V; Demised: Unknown; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Organized by representatives of the Montana Coal & Coke Company, the Monongah Coal & Coke Company, the J.A. Clark Coal Company, the Worthington Coal & Coke Company and the Highland Coal & Coke Company to handle sales and shipments at Lake ports.

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Minutes of Stockholders & Board of Directors Meetings, March 16, 1900-June 5, 1901 16

Subseries  61. Fairmont Mining Machinery Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: January 2, 1906, in W.V; Demised: May 1, 1935; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Machinery Company; Statistics: Manufactures coal-mining machinery. Subsidiary of Fairmont Coal Company and then of Consolidation Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-- Minute Book No.1, January 2, 1906-February 23, 1915 16
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Books No. 2, February 8, 1916-February 8, 1921 
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Books No. 3, February 8, 1921-October 31, 1923 
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Books No. 4, February 23, 1923-May 1, 1935 

Subseries  62. Fairmont Supply Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: January 12, 1921, in W.V; Demised: June 18, 1951, by merger; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Machinery Company; Statistics: Dealer in mine and mill supplies for Consolidation Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.1, January 12, 1921 - July 24, 1933 17
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No. 2, February 13, 1934-December 29, 1948 
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No. 3, January 17, 1949-June 18, 1951 

Subseries  63. First National Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: January 5, 1917, in W.V; Demised: October 30, 1917; Predecessor: None; Successor: Utilities Corporation; Statistics: Owned Citizens Dollar Savings Bank Building and Home Savings Bank Building at Fairmont, W.Va.. Name changed to Utilities Corporation on October 30, 1917.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 5, 1917-October 20, 1917 17

Subseries  64. First Pool Monongahela Gas Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: April 25, 1887, in PA; Demised: July 25, 1911; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania; Statistics: Operated coal mines on Monongahela River in Allegheny County, Pa..; property sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania in 1904.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 25, 1887-December 1, 1911 17

Subseries  65. Flemington and Astor Railway Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: December 13, 1900, in W.V; Demised: June 28, 1920 (Date of last meeting. Dissolution discussed and approved.); Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad. Controlled by Consolidation Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 14, 1900-June 28, 1920 17

Subseries  66. Fort Pitt & Leasdale Railroad Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: April 2, 1900, in PA; Demised: September 22, 1909; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad. Controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 2, 1900-September 22, 1909 17

Subseries  67. Glen Falls Coal and Coke Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: in W.Va., date unknown; Demised: 1901; Predecessor: None; Successor: Brier Hill Coal and Coke Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Fairmont District. Assets sold to Brier Hill Coal and Coke Company in January 1901.

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Minutes (In Watson Supply Company volume), January 12, 1901-January 14, 1901 33

Subseries  68. Great Lakes Coal Mining Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: March 22, 1917, in Ohio; Demised: December 22, 1923, by merger; Predecessor: Roby Coal Company; Successor: New Pittsburgh Coal Company (Ohio); Statistics: Operated mines in southern Ohio. Acquired by Pittsburgh Coal Company in 1923.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 22, 1917-December 22, 1923 17

Subseries  69. Greendale Coal Mining Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: April 19, 1898, in Maine; Demised: dissolved May 28, 1903; Predecessor: None; Successor: New Pittsburgh Coal Company (Ohio); Statistics: Operated mines in Athens County, Ohio. Leases sold to New Pittsburgh Coal Company in 1902.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 25, 1898-May 28, 1903 17

Subseries  70. Greer and Van Eman Railroad Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 15, 1899, in Pa; Demised: stricken from record June 1909; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad. Controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders & Board of Directors Meetings, January 13, 1903-September 22, 1909  17

Subseries  71. Hanna Coal Company, 1931-1946 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: June 15, 1900, in Ohio; Demised: Unknown; Predecessors: Wheeling and Lake Erie Coal Mining Company; Bituminous Investment Company; Successor: Hanna Coal Company (1946-1950); Statistics: Incorporated as Wheeling and Lake Erie Coal Mining Company. Acquired mining properties of Bituminous Investment Company and renamed Hanna Coal Company, December 14, 1931; subsidiary of Hanna Coal Company (Del.), which was renamed Hanna Coal Sales Company (Del.) in 1939.

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Minutes, December 14, 1931-December 11, 1939 18

Subseries  72. Hanna Coal Company, 1946-1950 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: June 6, 1946, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved June 26, 1950; Predecessor: Hanna Coal Company (1931-1946); Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Acquired the coal properties of the old Hanna Coal Company, a subsidiary of M.A. Hanna Company. The old Hanna Coal Company was then renamed Hanna Lands Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 6, 1946-June 26, 1950 18

Subseries  73. Hannastown Supply Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: September 9, 1930, in Pa; Demised: April 19, 1955; Predecessor: Hempfield Supply Company; Successor: Jamison Coal & Coke Company; Statistics: Acquired property of Hempfield Supply Company. Operated company stores associated with Jamison Coal & Coke Company in Westmoreland County, Pa. and in W.Va.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, August 27, 1930-April 19, 1955 18

Subseries  74. Harmar Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: In Pa., date unknown; Demised: June 15, 1927; Predecessor: None; Successor: Bessemer Coal and Coke Corporation; Statistics: Incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Purchased by Bessemer Coal and Coke Corporation on June 15, 1927.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Directors Meetings (in Minute Book No. 2 of Indianola Coal Company), January 13, 1919-June 15, 1927  18

Subseries  75. Highland Coal and Coke Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: May 25, 1898, in W.V; Demised: April 5, 1904; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in northern W.Va. Sold to Fairmont Coal Company in 1901.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.1, May 25, 1898-April 9, 1901 18
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings--Minute Book No.2, April 22, 1901-April 5, 1904 

Subseries  76. Houston Coal & Oil Company, Inc. 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: October 27, 1932, in N.J.; Demised: dissolved December 30, 1936; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated coal and oil terminal at Port Newark, N.J. Acquired by Consolidation Coal Company in March 1936.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, October 29, 1932-October 30, 1936 18

Subseries  77. Houstonville Coal Railroad Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 28, 1899, in Pa.; Demised: stricken from record June 1909; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad. Controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 13, 1903-September 22, 1909 18

Subseries  78. Huntington & St. Louis Towboat Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 1881; Demised: dissolved December 26, 1917; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company Statistics: Operated coal boats on Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. Acquired by Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company.

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Volume 32, November 16, 1881-December 28, 1916 103

Subseries  79. Hutton-Beale Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: January 4, 1923, in W.Va; Demised: Unknown; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Planned to operate mines in Fairmont District. No indication of any activity after organization.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 4, 1923-January 16, 1923 18

Subseries  80. Illinois Collieries Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: October 30, 1903, in Ill.; Demised: Bankrupt ca. 1916; Predecessors: Jones & Adams Company, Chicago Virden Coal Company, Virden Coal Company, Girard Coal Company, Litchfield Mining & Power Company, Sorento Coal Company; Successor: Montour Coal Company (Ill.); Statistics: Incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois as the United Collieries Company. Renamed Illinois Collieries Company in March 1904. Operated mines in southern Illinois. Debtor of Pittsburgh Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, September 30, 1903-June 17, 1916 18

Subseries  81. Indianola Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: August 4, 1903, in Pa.; Demised: June 15, 1927; Predecessor: None; Successor: Bessemer Coal and Coke Corporation; Statistics: Owned coal land in Allegheny County; property sold to Inland Collieries Company in 1917.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings (Volume 33), August 4, 1903-April 8, 1919 103
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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, September 29, 1919-June 15, 1927 18

Subseries  82. Industrial Supply Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: May 26, 1924, in W.Va.; Demised: Unknown; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Planned to operate a mine supplies and building supplies business at Fairmont. No indication of any activity after organization.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 24, 1924-May 30, 1924 18

Subseries  83. Jefferson Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: 1901, in Ohio; Demised: September 24, 1952; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Jointly owned by New York Central Railroad (52%) and M.A. Hanna Company (48%). Operated mines in Jefferson County, Ohio. Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company acquired Hanna interest in 1949 and New York Central interest in 1952.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-Minute Book No.1, June 19, 1901-November 21, 1923 18
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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-Minute Book No.2, January 2, 1924-October 9, 1931 19
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings (2 vols.), January 19, 1942-July 31, 1952 

Subseries  84. Jenkins Realty Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: October 8, 1940, in W.Va.; Demised: January 28, 1941; Predecessor: None; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operated coal mines and owned coal and timber lands in Letcher County, Ky.; subsidiary of Consolidation Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, October 8, 1940-December 31, 1943 19

Subseries  85. John F. Irvine Coal Company, Ltd. 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: August 15, 1904, in La.; Demised: dissolved January 5, 1918; Predecessor: John F. Irvine & Son; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated coal shipping business at Bayou Sara, La.

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Minutes, August 15, 1904-January 5, 1918 19

Subseries  86. Jones & Adams Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: December 27, 1898, in Ill.; Demised: Passed out of Pittsburgh Coal Company family in May 1912; Predecessor: Adams Coal Company; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin; Statistics: Incorporated under the laws of the State of Illinois as the Adams Coal Company. The name was formally changed to the Jones & Adams Company on February 14, 1900. Operated coal docks on Great Lakes. Also operated mines in southern Illinois, which were sold to the Illinois Collieries Company in 1904. Operations assumed by Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin on Aug. 1, 1906; stock sold by Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin to Island Creek Coal Dock Company, May 1912.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 27, 1898-November 26, 1912 19

Subseries  87. Jos. Walton & Company, Inc. 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: May 1894 in Ky.; Demised: renamed June 10, 1913; Predecessor: Jos. Walton & Co.; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company (Kentucky); Statistics: Operated coal yards at Louisville. Acquired by Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company in October 1899. Renamed Pittsburgh Coal Company (Kentucky), January 8, 1943.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 28, 1894–June 10, 1913 19

Subseries  88. Kelley Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: May 9, 1910, in W.Va.; Demised: dissolved January 11, 1913; Predecessor: None; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operated coal mines in Boyd, Pike and Letcher Counties, Ky.; sold to Consolidation Coal Company in November 1914.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 9, 1910-January 11, 1913 19

Subseries  89. Lee and Hamilton Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: January 10, 1905, in Pa.; Demised: November 7, 1912; Predecessor: Lee & Hamilton, Incorporated; Successor: Saw Mill Run Coal and Supply Company; Statistics: Incorporated as Lee & Hamilton, Incorporated; renamed Lee and Hamilton Coal Company, March 29, 1905; operated coal yards in Allegheny County; jointly owned by Pittsburgh Coal Company and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company; property sold to Saw Mill Run Coal and Supply Company, October 14, 1912.

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Minute Books, January 4, 1905-November 7, 1912 19
Minute Books, January 8, 1908-January 9, 1911 

Subseries  90. Lehigh Coal and Coke Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: April 29, 1896, in Wisc.; Demised: No date provided; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated coal terminals at Superior, Wisc

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Minutes, April 29, 1896-May 17, 1901 19

Subseries  91. Letcher-Elkhorn Land Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: January 10, 1923, in Ky.; Demised: dissolved March 15, 1950; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Owned coal lands in Letcher County, Ky. Assets sold to Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company in 1948.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 19, 1923-March 15, 1950 20

Subseries  92. M.H. Hussey & Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: December 1, 1930, in Ill.; Demised: dissolved March 1, 1948; Predecessor: M.H. Hussey & Co. (partnership); Successor: North Western-Hanna Fuel Company; Statistics: Incorporated as M.H. Hussey Coal Company. Renamed M.H. Hussey & Company, December 23, 1931. Operated coal, lumber and feed business at Lake Forest, Ill. Sold to North Western-Hanna Fuel Company in 1943.

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Minutes,  December 8, 1930-March 1, 1948 20

Subseries  93. Manown Manufacturing Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: December 4, 1895, in Pa.; Demised: dissolved January 4, 1943; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Acquired by Pittsburgh Coal Company in 1899.

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Minutes, January 2, 1906-November 16, 1942 20

Subseries  94. Mansfield Coal & Coke Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: March 14, 1864, in Pa.; Demised: dissolved April 20, 1914; Predecessor: Mansfield Coal and Lime Company; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania; Statistics: Incorporated as the Mansfield Coal and Lime Company. Renamed Mansfield Coal & Coke Company in June 1872. Assets sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company in March 1904.

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Minutes, March 14, 1864-May 10, 1884 20
Minutes, July 29, 1884-March 24, 1904 
Minutes, March 24, 1904-February 10, 1914 

Subseries  95. Maryland Construction and Contracting Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: 1903 in Md.; Demised: dissolved December 1927; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Built a system of mine drainage tunnels in the Cumberland Coal Fields, Allegany County, Md.

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Corporate Records, September 23, 1903-December 9, 1927 20

Subseries  96. Massillon Coal Mining Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: May 28, 1901, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved September 18, 1930; Predecessors: Central Coal Company, Sonnhalter Coal Company, James Mullins Coal Company, Howells Mining Company, Howells Coal Company, Fox Lake Coal Company, Warwick Coal Company, Fox Mining Company, Massillon Mining Company, et al.; Successor: Wheeling and Lake Erie Coal Mining Company; Statistics: Incorporated by D. R. Hanna interests for the purpose of consolidating smaller mining companies in Massillon Coal Field of northeastern Ohio. Sold all property and assets to the Wheeling and Lake Erie Coal Mining Company in 1930.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings- Minute Book No.1, May 28, 1901-January 7, 1907 20
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings- Minute Book No. 2, June 12, 1907-August 14, 1917 
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings- Minute Book No. 3, August 18, 1917-May 22, 1928 
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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings- Minute Book No. 4, January 23, 1929-Ocotber 1, 1930 21

Subseries  97. Metropolitan Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: April 28, 1898, in Mass.; Demised: Unknown. Sold out of Consolidation Coal Company family in 1940; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Owned waterfront coal terminals in Boston, Mass. Became subsidiary of Consolidation Coal Company in Nov. 1903. Common stock acquired by Pittston Company ca. 1930. Preferred stock sold in 1940.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 16, 1904-March 2, 1923 21
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 6, 1923-October 29, 1940 
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-Index 

Subseries  98. Midland Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: May 3, 1900, in Pa.; Demised: dissolved January 4, 1943; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Washington County, Pa. Assets sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company in 1912.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 5, 1900-January 19, 1942 21

Subseries  99. Milwaukee-Western Fuel Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: March 25, 1941, in Wisc.; Demised: Dissolved July 23, 1946; Predecessor: None; Successor: North Western-Hanna Fuel Company; Statistics: Acquired by Pittsburgh Coal Company in 1923. Operated coal docks on Great Lakes. Upon dissolution, transferred all property and assets to North Western-Hanna Fuel Company, owner of all outstanding shares of capital stock.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 31, 1916-December 20, 1927 21
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 10, 1928-March 26, 1941 
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 8, 1941-June 23, 1946 

Subseries  100. Milwaukee Western Steamship Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: June 14, 1921, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved December 31, 1932; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated bulk carriers on Great Lakes.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 11, 1921-December 31, 1932 22

Subseries  101. Monga Land Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: April 21, 1900, in Pa.; Demised: dissolved November 22, 1950; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Held real estate of Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company in states other than Pennsylvania.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors, April 21, 1900-June 23, 1943 22
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors, May 15, 1944-September 20, 1950 

Subseries  102. Monongahela Powder Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: January 17, 1917, in W.Va.; Demised: dissolved May 8, 1933; Predecessor: None; Successors: Fairmont Supply Company, E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Atlas Powder Company; Statistics: Manufactured explosives for coal mining; subsidiary of Consolidation Coal Company; assets were divided between Fairmont Supply Company, E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, and Atlas Powder Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings- Minute Book No.1, January 19, 1917-February 12, 1924 22
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings- Minute Book No.2, February 10, 1925-May 8, 1933 

Subseries  103. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal and Coke Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: September 19, 1899, in Pa.; Demised: January 12, 1916, by merger; Predecessors: Over 90 small operators along Monongahela River; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company (Pennsylvania : 1916-1945); Statistics: Consolidation of over 90 small operators with total of over 40,000 acres of coal land. Through subsidiaries, maintained a fleet of towboats, barges, and coal yards along Ohio-Mississippi River system.

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Minutes of Stockholders Meetings, September 19, 1899-December 31, 1915 22
Board of Directors Meetings, October 10, 1899-December 1, 1903 
Board of Directors Meetings, February 8, 1904-September 3, 1908 
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Board of Directors Meetings, October 7, 1908-February 26, 1912 23
Board of Directors Meetings, March 20, 1912-December 30, 1915 
Executive Committee Meetings, September 19, 1899-February 1, 1907 
Executive Committee Meetings, February 13, 1907-January 12, 1910 
Index to Minute Books of Executive Committee and Board of Directors 

Subseries  104. Monongahela Saw & Planing Mill Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: Unknown; Demised: dissolved November 16, 1942; Predecessor: None; Successor: Monongahela Consolidated Coal and Coke Company; Statistics: Sold to Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company in October 1899.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, October 14, 1899-November 16, 1942 23

Subseries  105. Monongahela Stores Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: September 16, 1949, in W.Va.; Demised: dissolved September 16, 1949; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated company store in Pursglove, W.Va.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directions, October 6, 1933-August 15, 1949 23

Subseries  106. Montana Coal and Coke Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: December 8, 1886, in W.Va.; Demised: dissolved May 23, 1910; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Coal Company; Statistics: Operated coal mines in Fairmont District; property sold to Fairmont Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 1, 1887-March 6, 1899 23
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 10, 1899-May 23, 1910 

Subseries  107. Montour & Gregg Railway Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 15, 1899, in Pa.; Demised: June 1909; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad; controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 13, 1903-September 22, 1909 23

Subseries  108. Montour Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: March 26, 1914, in Ill.; Demised: dissolved December 31, 1920 (Date of last meeting.); Predecessor: Illinois Collieries Company; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Macoupin County, Ill., acquired by Pittsburgh Coal Company from receivers of Illinois Collieries Company. All property sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company in August 1914.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings (Volume 37), March 26, 1914-December 30, 1920  104

Subseries  109. Montour Telephone Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: February 17, 1903, in Pa.; Demised: stricken from record September 22, 1909; Statistics: Intended to operate telephone system in Pittsburgh Coal Company territory. Apparently inactive.

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Minutes (Volume 38), September 28, 1906-September 22, 1909 104

Subseries  110. Morgantown Pittsburgh Coal Dock Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: June 12, 1935, in W.Va.; Demised: dissolved January 27, 1948; Statistics: Formed to build coal terminal at Granville, W.Va.; controlled by Pursglove Coal Mining Company and Arkwright Coal Company.

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Minutes, June 4, 1935-December 22, 1947 23

Subseries  111. Moshannon Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: February 25, 1870, in Pa.; Demised: dissolved October 22, 1903; Predecessor: None; Successor: Moshannon Coal & Coke Company; Statistics: Operated coal mines in the Clearfield District; property sold to Moshannon Coal & Coke Company, January 26, 1901.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 8, 1878-January 13, 1891 24
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, July 9, 1895-December 1, 1900 
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, September 14, 1897-October 22, 1903 

Subseries  112. Mountain City Mill and Power Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 20, 1902, in W.Va.; Demised: April 5, 1904; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont & Clarksburg Traction Company; Statistics: Operated light and power plant, flour milling and general store business at Fairmont; property sold to Fairmont & Clarksburg Traction Company in 1903.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings- Minute Book No.1, November 20, 1902-April 25, 1903 24
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings- Minute Book No.2, August 8, 1903-April 5, 1904 

Subseries  113. National Dock & Fuel Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: October 23, 1901, in N.J.; Demised: dissolved July 28, 1905; Predecessor: Ohio Fuel Company; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Operated coal terminals at Cleveland, Ohio; property sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company, January 1, 1903.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, October 23, 1901-July 28, 1905 24

Subseries  114. New Pittsburgh Coal Company (Delaware) 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: June 27, 1925, in Del.; Demised: ca. 1931; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Shell company intended to replace the New Pittsburgh Coal Company (Ohio); never active.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 27, 1925-June 25, 1931 24

Subseries  115. New Pittsburgh Coal Company (Ohio) 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: April 17, 1886, in Ohio; Demised: Unknown; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Owned 8,300 acres of coal lands in the Hocking and Pomeroy Districts of Ohio. Became subsidiary of Pittsburgh Coal Company in 1904. Absorbed Great Lakes Coal Mining Company, December 22, 1923. Property transferred to Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company, October 31, 1946.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 7, 1886-November 30, 1912 24
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 7, 1886-December 22, 1923 
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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 2, 1913-December 22, 1923 25
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 31, 1923-November 19, 1942 
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 10, 1943-October 28, 1946 
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 23, 1945-April 9, 1951 

Subseries  116. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: September 9, 1871, in Pa.; Demised: dissolved January 4, 1943; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Incorporated by Carnegie interests. Operated mines southeast of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh Coal Company acquired control in 1902. Coal operations transferred to Pittsburgh Coal Company in 1915.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, September 9, 1871-November 22, 1905 25
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 19, 1883-January 27, 1885 
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, February 14, 1906-November 16, 1942 

Subseries  117. Northern New York Coal Company (Wisc.) 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: In Wisc. Date unknown; Demised: Unknown; Statistics: Incorporated for rail transportation of coal and coke.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 20, 1905-November 29, 1905 25
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 12, 1906-December 28, 1929 
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 10, 1930-March 22, 1946 

Subseries  118. Northern New York Coal Company, Inc. (N.Y.) 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: March 13, 1935, in N.Y.; Demised: Unknown; after November 22, 1963; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated coal terminal at Watertown, N.Y. and in St. Lawrence valley. Controlled by Hanna Fuels, Inc.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, August 28, 1935-October 20, 1951 25
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 13, 1935-December 23, 1963 

Subseries  119. North Western Coal Railway Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: 1905 in Wisc.; Demised: after 1946; Statistics: Operated short terminal railroad at Superior, Wisc. Controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin.

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Special Meeting November 20, 1905  26
 March 12, 1906-December 28, 1929 
 March 10, 1930-March 22, 1946 

Subseries  120. North Western Fuel Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: October 28, 1901, in Wisc.; Demised: June 27, 1944; Predecessor: North Western Fuel Company (Minn.); Successor: North Western-Hanna Fuel Company; Statistics: Successor to a Minn. corporation of the same name, founded in 1871. Operated Great Lakes coal terminals and retail coal yards for Fairmont Coal Company and later Consolidation Coal Company. In October 1942, Consolidation and the M.A. Hanna Company formed a joint venture called North Western-Hanna Fuel Company, and each transferred their terminal properties to the new firm. Upon dissolution of North Western Fuel Company on June 27, 1944, all residual property and assets were transferred to Consolidation Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, October 24, 1901-April 22, 1942 26
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings September 22, 1942-June 27, 1944 

Subseries  121. O’Neil Coal & Coke Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: July 1, 1888, in KY; Demised: dissolved November 1915; Statistics: Operated coal yards in Louisville.

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Minutes (Volume 39), May 7, 1889-May 4, 1915 105

Subseries  122. Ohio Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: December 20, 1901, in Wisc.; Demised: dissolved December 31, 1934; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin; Statistics: Operated coal terminals at Superior, Wisc. All assets conveyed to Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin in June 1906.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 12, 1906-December 31, 1934  26

Subseries  123. Ohio Valley Coal and Mining Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: April 20, 1882, in Ky; Demised: dissolved January 10, 1918; Predecessor: None; Successor: Madison Coal Corporation; Statistics: Incorporated as Ohio Valley Railroad and Mining Company. Renamed Ohio Valley Coal and Mining Company March 16, 1886 and sold railroad franchise to Ohio Valley Railway Company. Operated Shotwell Mine at DeKoven, Union County, Ky. Coal property sold to Madison Coal Corporation in September 1917, and river tipple and barges sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company (Ky.)

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 20, 1882-April 29, 1886  26
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 20, 1882-January 10, 1918 

Subseries  124. Ontario Coal and Supply Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: September 28, 1910, in Pa; Demised: dissolved April 20, 1914; Predecessor: None; Successor: Saw Mill Run Coal & Supply Company; Statistics: Operated coal terminal at Ontario, Pa. Property sold to Saw Mill Run Coal & Supply Company

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Minutes, September 28, 1910-February 9, 1914 26

Subseries  125. Owings Realty Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: August 24, 1940, in W.V; Demised: dissolved December 31, 1943; Predecessor: None; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Owned surface land in Harrison County, W.Va. purchased from Consolidation Coal Company. Property reconveyed to Consolidation Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, August 24, 1940-January 17, 1944 26

Subseries  126. Palantine Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 9, 1891, in W.V; Demised: dissolved June 16, 1941; Predecessor: Newburgh Orrel Coal and Coke Company; Successor: Fairmont Coal Company; Statistics: Owned coal land in Marion County, W.Va. formerly owned and operated by Newburgh Orrel Coal and Coke Company. Property sold to Fairmont Coal Company in June 1901.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 9, 1891-June 16, 1941 26

Subseries  127. Pennmont Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: December 5, 1904, in W.V; Demised: dissolved January 11, 1911; Predecessor: None; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Somerset County, Pa. Property sold to Consolidation Coal Company, January 11, 1911.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 5, 1904-January 11, 1911 26

Subseries  128. Pennmont Coal Mining Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: January 13, 1905, in PA; Demised: dissolved January 27, 1930; Predecessor: None; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Coal land company with property in Somerset County, Pa. Subsidiary of Consolidation Coal Company. Property sold to R. Marsden Smith in January 1911.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 19, 1904-January 27, 1930 27

Subseries  129. Pennois Coal and Coke Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: July 27, 1899, in W.V; Demised: dissolved April 1912; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Fairmont District. Property sold to Fairmont Coal Company.

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Minutes, October 17, 1899-April 8, 1912 27

Subseries  130. Pennsylvania Mining Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: pre-1900, in PA; Demised: March 11, 1904 (Name change); Predecessors: New York and Cleveland Gas Coal Company, First Pool Monongahela Gas Coal Company, Mansfield Coal and Coke Company, etc.; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania; Statistics: Under agreement of January 12, 1904, the Pittsburgh Coal Company (N.J.) conveyed to the Pennsylvania Mining Company all the properties of the New York and Cleveland Coal Company, the First Pool Monongahela Gas Coal Company, the Mansfield Coal and Coke Company and all its other coal lands and railroads in Pennsylvania. Renamed Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania on March 11, 1904.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings (Volume 40)[Includes Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania], May 22, 1900-October 23, 1907 105
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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 8, 1903-March 11, 1904 27

Subseries  131. Piercedale Supply Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: September 12, 1917, in PA; Demised: dissolved December 11, 1946; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated company stores in Pa. and Ohio

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, September 12, 1917-February 11, 1935 27
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, February 10, 1936-December 23, 1946 

Subseries  132. Pike-Floyd Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: August 19. 1910, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved October 31, 1946; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Owned 227 acres of coal land in eastern Kentucky. Property and assets sold to the Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company on October 31, 1946.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 18, 1944-October 31, 1946 27

Subseries  133. Pioneer Fuel Company (Wisc.) 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: April 12, 1901, in Wisc.; Demised: dissolved December 31, 1934; Predecessor: Pioneer Fuel Company (Minn.); Successor: None; Statistics: Operated coal terminal at Duluth, Minn. Subsidiary of Pittsburgh Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 12, 1901-April 30, 1901 27
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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 20, 1905-November 29, 1905 28
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 12, 1906-December 31, 1934 

Subseries  134. Pittsburgh & Castle Shannon Railroad 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: September 18, 1871, in PA; Demised: Unknown; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Railways Company; Statistics: Built railroad of 3'-4" narrow gauge from Pittsburgh to Castle Shannon with branch to coal mines. Opened November 1, 1871. Leased to Pittsburgh Railways system, September 1, 1905, and converted to trolley line.

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Minutes, June 26, 1878-November 20, 1880 28

Subseries  135. Pittsburgh & Chicago Gas Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: 1883 in PA; Demised: dissolved April 7, 1914; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pennsylvania Mining Company; Statistics: Incorporated by Pitcairn family. Purchased by Pittsburgh Coal Company and all property transferred to Pennsylvania Mining Company in October 1901.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 1, 1895-April 7, 1914 28

Subseries  136. Pittsburgh & Eastern Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: December 15, 1903, in PA; Demised: dissolved December 30, 1933; Successor: Cherry Valley Coal Mining Company; Statistics: Owned and mined 2,500 acres of coal land in Washington County, Pa. Organized by the Hanna interests. Assets sold to Cherry Valley Coal Mining Company in December 1933.

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Agreement Book, June 30, 1903-October 11, 1932 28
Minute Book No.1, January 19, 1903-February 14, 1907 
Minute Book No.2, May 20, 1907-January 21, 1916 
Minute Book No.3, February 8, 1916-December 27, 1933 

Subseries  137. Pittsburgh and Fairmont Fuel Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: February 2, 1903, in W.V; Demised: dissolved October 15, 1912; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Fairmont District. Acquired by Fairmont Coal Company July 27, 1904.

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Minute Book (Volume 41), May 12, 1903-April 15, 1912 105

Subseries  138. Pittsburgh and Fairmont Packet Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: May 18, 1909, in W.V; Demised: dissolved May 29, 1913; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated steamboat on Monongahela River.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 18, 1909-May 29, 1913 28

Subseries  139. Pittsburgh Coal Car Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: March 23, 1904, in PA; Demised: dissolved June 11, 1914; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania; Statistics: Owned fleet of railroad coal cars. Subsidiary of Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania.

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Minutes of Board of Directors and Stockholders Meetings, April 18, 1904-June 11, 1914 28

Subseries  140. Pittsburgh Coal Carbonization Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: August 8, 1932, in DE; Demised: dissolved September 11, 1946; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Manufactured domestic heating smokeless fuel briquettes by distillation of coal. Sold under trade name “Disco.” Joint venture with the Illingworth Carbonization Company, Limited of U.K. Held U.S. patents for Illingworth process of low-temperature carbonization of coal and a plant built by Pittsburgh Coal Company. Upon dissolution, property and assets transferred to Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, August 6, 1932-September 11, 1946 28

Subseries  141. Pittsburgh Coal Company, Inc. 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: April 4, 1927, in N.Y.; Demised: dissolved December 6, 1946; Predecessor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operated Buffalo sales agency for Pittsburgh Coal Company.

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Minutes (cracking spine), April 4, 1927-December 6, 1946 6

Subseries  142. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Illinois, 1905-1920 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 27, 1905, in IL; Demised: dissolved December 31, 1920; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Acquired and operated Pittsburgh Coal Company’s Chicago sales agency.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 4, 1905-January 6, 1911 6

Subseries  143. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Illinois, 1923-1942 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: December 31, 1923, in IL; Demised: dissolved December 4, 1942; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Acquired and operated Pittsburgh Coal Company’s Chicago sales agency. Office closed in 1926.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 22, 1923-December 4, 1942 7

Subseries  144. Pittsburgh Coal Company (Kentucky) 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: May 28, 1894, in KY; Demised: dissolved January 8, 1943; Predecessor: Jos. Walton & Company, Inc.; Successor: None; Statistics: Incorporated as Jos. Walton & Company, Inc. Operated coal yards in Louisville. Name changed to Pittsburgh Coal Company (Kentucky) on June 10, 1913.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings (In vol. of Jos. Walton & Company), May 28, 1894-November 19, 1942 19

Subseries  145. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Michigan 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: December 27, 1923, in Michigan; Demised: dissolved July 23, 1946; Predecessor: Soo-River Coal-Isle Company; Successor: North West-Hanna Fuel Company; Statistics: Acquired all assets of Pittsburgh Coal Company in Michigan, including Sault Ste. Marie sales agency. Operated coal docks at Sault Ste. Marie and Lime Island, Mich.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 21, 1923-July 23, 1946 7

Subseries  146. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Minnesota 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 15, 1905, in MN; Demised: dissolved November 28, 1934; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated Duluth sales agency. Controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 20, 1905-December 21, 1905 7
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 12, 1906-December 31, 1934 

Subseries  147. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Ohio, Inc. 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: July 26, 1915, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved December 1, 1942; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Incorporated as Pittsburgh Coal Company (Ohio). Renamed Pittsburgh Coal Company of Ohio, Inc., July 5, 1924. Operated coal terminals at Cleveland, Fairport and Ashtabula, Ohio.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, July 26, 1915-November 16, 1942 7

Subseries  148. Pittsburgh Coal Company (Tennessee) 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: September 23, 1889, in TN; Demised: dissolved June 28, 1922; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated coal yards in Natchez and Memphis. Became subsidiary of Monongahela River Consolidated Coal and Coke Company.

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Minutes, October 15, 1889-June 26, 1922 7

Subseries  149. Pittsburgh Coal & Coke Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: May 19, 1906, in TN; Demised: dissolved January 3, 1918; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company (Tennessee); Statistics: Operated coal yards in Memphis, Tenn. Property sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company (Tennessee), in April 1913.

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Minutes, May 24, 1906-December 27, 1917 7

Subseries  150. Pittsburgh Coal Company (West Virginia) 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: June 15, 1898, in W.V; Demised: dissolved December 6, 1946; Predecessor: C. Jutte & Co.; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated coal terminals in Cincinnati, Ohio.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 15, 1898-December 6, 1946  7

Subseries  151. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: October 28, 1905, in Wisc.; Demised: August 1, 1946; Predecessor: Jones & Adams Co., etc.; Successor: North Western-Hanna Fuel Company; Statistics: Assumed the dock operations of Ohio Coal Co., Youghiogheny & Lehigh Coal Co., Pioneer Fuel Coal Co., Jones & Adams Co., Twin City Coal Yards Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Dock Co. Operated coal docks at Duluth and Superior.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 20, 1905-November 29, 1905 7
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 12, 1906-December 28, 1926 
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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 1, 1937-March 26, 1941 8
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 8, 1941-August 1, 1946 

Subseries  152. Pittsburgh Coal Dock Company (Pennsylvania) 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 5, 1886, in PA; Demised: dissolved November 10, 1906; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Built coal tipple at Lashells Landing on Ohio River below Coropolis, which was leased to Imperial Coal Company. Property sold to Pennsylvania Mining Company in May 1901.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, October 12, 1899-May 2, 1901 29

Subseries  153. Pittsburgh Coal Dock Company (Wisconsin) 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: June 2, 1904, in Wisc.; Demised: dissolved November 10, 1906; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin; Statistics: Operated coal terminals. Jointly owned by Youghiogheny and Lehigh Coal Company, Ohio Coal Company and Pioneer Fuel Company. Assets sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 20, 1905-November 29, 1905 29
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 12, 1906-November 10, 1906 

Subseries  154. Pittsburgh Coal-Dock & Wharf Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: October 13, 1908. in Minn.; Demised: dissolved 1936; Statistics: Operated coal dock at Duluth, Minn.; subsidiary of Pittsburgh Coal Company of W.Va.

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Minutes, October 31, 1908-April 23, 1936 29

Subseries  155. Pittsburgh Coal Land Company 

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings (Volume 42), July 27, 1915-November 16, 1942 106

Subseries  156. Pittsburgh Coal Land and Railroad Company, Incorporated 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: May 7, 1923, in W.V; Demised: dissolved July 28, 1926; Predecessor: Cub Mountain Coal Company; Successor: Clover Splint Coal Company, Incorporated; Statistics: Owns coal lands in Martin and Pike Counties, Ky. and lands in Mingo County, W.Va. acquired from Cub Mountain Coal Company. Name changed from Pittsburgh Coal Land & Railroad Company Inc. to Clover Splint Coal Company, Inc. on July 28, 1926.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings (Includes Clover Splint Coal Company, Inc. For Vol. 2 see that company) April 30, 1923-July 23, 1934 29

Subseries  157. Pittsburgh, Fairport & Northwestern Dock Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: ca. 1889, in PA; Demised: dissolved November 5, 1934; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Formed to enlarge and operate coal docks at Fairport, Ohio. Acquired by Pittsburgh Coal Company, ca. 1904.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 11, 1899-November 5, 1934 29

Subseries  158. Port Royal Dock Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: October 9, 1897, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved January 2, 1919; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Operated coal terminal at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Acquired by Pittsburgh Coal Company in 1904.

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Minutes, June 5, 1899-December 17, 1918 29

Subseries  159. Pursglove Coal Mining Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: May 21, 1920, in Ohio; Demised: June 22, 1949, by merger into Christopher Coal Company; Predecessor: None; Successor: Christopher Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Monongalia County, W.Va. Subsidiary of Pursglove Gas Coal Company of W.Va. (1933-1939). Became subsidiary of Consolidation Coal Company in July 1943.

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Minute Book No.1, May 11, 1920-November 7, 1936 29
Minute Book No.2,  February 6, 1937-January 20, 1948 
Minute Book No.3, March 16, 1948-June 22, 1948 

Subseries  160. Queen City Coal Company (Kentucky) 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: March 12, 1890, in Ky.; Demised: dissolved September 13, 1905; Predecessor: None; Successor: Queen City Coal Company (Ohio); Statistics: Operated coal terminal on Ohio River at Cincinnati. Became subsidiary of Monongahela Consolidated Coal and Coke Company in 1899. Transferred all assets and property to the Queen City Coal Company, incorporated in Ohio.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 12, 1890-September 13, 1905 30

Subseries  161. Queen City Coal Company (Ohio) 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: September 5, 1905, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved May 9, 1921; Predecessor: Queen City Coal Company (Kentucky); Successor: Queen City Coal Company (Maine); Statistics: Operated coal terminal at Cincinnati. Sold to subsidiary of the Island Creek Coal Company as of May 1921.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, September 5, 1905-May 9, 1921 30

Subseries  162. Renton Amusement Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: April 19, 1921, in PA; Demised: Abandoned after 1930; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Owned and operated miners’ recreation building built by Union Collieries Company at Renton.

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Minutes of Stockholders & Board of Directors Meetings, April 19, 1921-February 10, 1930 30

Subseries  163. River Land Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: October 23, 1906, in PA; Demised: dissolved January 4, 1943; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Owns real estate at river coal terminals of Monongahela Consolidated Coal and Coke Company as Louisville, Cincinnati, New Orleans, Baton Rouge, etc.

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 October 24, 1906-November 16, 1942 30

Subseries  164. St. Paul Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: March 4, 1914, in PA; Demised: dissolved November 3, 1949; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Greene County, Pa. acquired from Henry Clay Frick.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-Minute Book No.1, February 6, 1914-June 18, 1937 30
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-Minute Book No.2, February 10, 1938-January 4, 1950 

Subseries  165. Saw Mill Run Coal & Supply Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 6, 1902, in PA; Demised: April 14, 1914; Predecessor: D. F. Clinton as individual; Successor: Youghiogheny Coal Company; Statistics: Operated coal and construction supplies business in Pittsburgh. Acquired by Monongahela Consolidated Coal and Coke Company. Property and assets sold to the Youghiogheny Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, October 16, 1902-April 14, 1914 30
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, August 26, 1908-November 6, 1911 

Subseries  166. Shaner Coal Company/Criterion Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: February 18, 1893, in Pa.; Demised: dissolved November 25, 1907; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania; Statistics: Incorporated as subsidiary of Westmoreland Coal Company. Renamed Shaner Coal Company December 18, 1894, under William Carpender. Sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company in April 1904.

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Volume 43, March 20, 1893-April 8, 1904 106

Subseries  167. Shaner Gas Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: pre-1887 in Pa.; Demised: dissolved December 23, 1907; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania; Statistics: Operated mines in Westmoreland County, Pa. Sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania in April 1904.

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Minutes, January 15, 1887-December 20, 1907 30

Subseries  168. Snowden Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: April 1, 1899, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved May 18, 1903; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio for the purpose of receiving, storing, and dealing in wholesale and retail in coal, grain, flour, feed, lumber and other farm supplies. Also to own and operate coal mines. No sign of any activity. Acquired by Pittsburgh Coal Company in 1901.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 30, 1899-May 18, 1903 30

Subseries  169. Solon-Lowery Mining Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: July 12, 1900, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved January 1901; Predecessor: None; Successor: Brier Hill Coal & Coke Company; Statistics: Operated mines on land leased from the Monongah Company. Acquired by Consolidation/Fairmont Coal Company interests in 1901. Land sold to Brier Hill Coal & Coke Company and Solon-Lowery Mining Company dissolved in January 1901.

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 December 24, 1900-January 14, 1901 30

Subseries  170. Somers Coal Despatch Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: March 14, 1899, in Ohio; Demised: Unknown; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio for the purpose of mining, buying and selling coal and coke and of owning and controlling cars for transporting said materials.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 14, 1899-May 1, 1899 30

Subseries  171. Somerset Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: January 12, 1901, in N.Y.; Demised: dissolved March 22, 1937; Predecessors: None; Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operated coal mines in Somerset County, Pa. Acquired by Consolidation Coal Company in 1903. Last property sold to Consolidation Coal Company, November 22, 1935.

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Minute Book No.1, December 13, 1901-January 29, 1906 31
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Minute Book No.2 (volume 44), February 8, 1906-March 27, 1911 106
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Minute Book No.3 (volume 45), March 20, 1912-December 2, 1936 107
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Index, December 13, 1901-March 16, 1921 31

Subseries  172. Soo-River Coal-Isle Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: December 4, 1908, in Wisc.; Demised: dissolved December 29, 1937; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Michigan; Statistics: Operated a coal terminal at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Principal assets sold to Pittsburgh Coal Company of Michigan in 1925. Upon dissolution, remaining assets were transferred to Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, January 4, 1909-July 10, 1936 31
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, June 25, 1929-December 28, 1937 

Subseries  173. Southern Coal and Transportation Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: July 17, 1899, in W.Va.; Demised: 1908; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Coal Company. Statistics: Operated coal mine at Berrysburg, Barbour County, W.Va. Acquired by Fairmont Coal Company in 1905. All assets sold to Fairmont Coal Company in March 1908.

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Volume 46, July 13, 1899-March 30, 1908 107

Subseries  174. Stalter Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: July 14, 1894, in Ohio; Demised: dissolved June 11, 1902; Predecessor: None; Successor: New Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines at Monday, Ohio. Property sold to New Pittsburgh Coal Company in 1900.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, July 14, 1894-June 11, 1902 31

Subseries  175. Truax-Traer Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: December 27, 1926, in DE; Demised: April 30, 1962, by merger; Predecessor: Truax Coal Company (Minn.); Successor: Consolidation Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Illinois and North Dakota.

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Minute Book No.1, December 27, 1926-October 9, 1928 31
Minute Book No.2, November 1928-April 4, 1930 
Minute Book No.3, April 24, 1930-April 12, 1932 
Minute Book No.4, May 12, 1932-March 27, 1936 
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Minute Book No.5 (Later vols. not received),  April 3, 1936-June 24, 1937 32

Subseries  176. Truax-Traer Lignite Coal Co. 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: January 17, 1930, in DE; Demised: December 31, 1936, by merger; Predecessor: None; Successor: Truax-Traer Coal Company; Statistics: Incorporated as Truax-Traer Coal Company of Canada, a U.S. holding company for the Truax-Traer Lignite Coal Company, Limited (Canada), which operated mines at Estevan, Saskatchewan. Renamed Truax-Traer Lignite Coal Co. in July 1931, upon purchase of Northern Lignite Coal Company. Merged into Truax-Traer Coal Company, December 31, 1936

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Minute Book No.1, January 18, 1930-June 7, 1935 32
Minute Book No.2, July 9, 1935-December 26, 1936 

Subseries  177. Truax-Traer Lignite Coal Company, Incorporated 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: September 7, 1926, in DE; Demised: dissolved November 28, 1936; Predecessor: None; Successor: Truax-Traer Lignite Coal Co.; Statistics: Incorporated as Northern Lignite Coal Company. Operated mines in North Dakota. Renamed Truax-Traer Lignite Coal Company, Incorporated on July 25, 1931, upon acquisition by holding company Truax-Traer Lignite Coal Co.

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Minute Book No.1, September 27, 1926-July 7, 1932 32
Minute Book No.2, June 29, 1933-November 21, 1936 

Subseries  178. Turtle Creek and Allegheny River Railroad Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: July 18, 1881, in PA; Demised: dissolved May 1914; Predecessor: None; Successor: Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company; Statistics: Incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the purpose of constructing, maintaining and operating a railroad for public use. Sold to the Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company in May 1914.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, February 8, 1905-November 11, 1909 32

Subseries  179. Twin City Coal Yards Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: pre-1906, in Minn.; Demised: dissolved December 15, 1906; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin; Statistics: Operated coal yards in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Acquired by Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin in June 1906.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 12, 1906-December 15, 1906 32

Subseries  180. Union Collieries Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: March 20, 1916, in Pa.; Demised: Unknown; Statistics: Operated mines in Allegheny and Westmoreland Counties. Acquired by M.A. Hanna Company in 1930. Control vested in Bessemer Coal & Coke Company in 1943. Certain operating properties, including Renton mines sold to Consolidation Coal Company on May 1, 1944.

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Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings, January 5, 1920-February 13, 1922 32

Subseries  181. United States Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: February 6, 1902, in Ohio; Successor: Unknown; Statistics: Operated mines in Jefferson County, Ohio. Acquired by M.A. Hanna Company in December 1942.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, February 5, 1902-February 28, 1914 33
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 7, 1914-December 30, 1921 
Minutes of Board of Directors Meetings, January 10, 1922-May 1, 1929 

Subseries  182. United States Coal & Supply Company, Inc. 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: June 2, 1922, in DE; Demised: Unknown; Predecessor: Charles P. Luck as individual; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: All assets transferred to Pittsburgh Coal Company, March 30, 1935.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, April 14, 1923-June 7, 1937 33

Subseries  183. Virginia Talc & Soapstone Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 1, 1912 in W.V; Demised: Unknown; Statistics: Operated quarries in Spotsylvania and Orange Counties, Va.

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Minutes, November 9, 1912-August 10, 1916 33

Subseries  184. Viropa Coal and Coke Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: December 23, 1899, in W.V; Demised: Unknown; Predecessor: None; Successor: Brier Hill Coal and Coke Company; Statistics: Operated mines at Monongah, W.Va.. Assets sold to Brier Hill Coal and Coke Company in November 1900.

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Minutes, January 2, 1900-November 7, 1900 33

Subseries  185. Vulcan Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: December 24, 1896, in Ohio; Demised: Unknown; Statistics: No activities recorded. Charter acquired by Pittsburgh Coal Company and stricken from Pennsylvania records for lack of activity on October 24, 1903.

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Minutes, December 23, 1896-October 21, 1903 33

Subseries  186. Walsh-Upstill Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: May 15, 1895, in PA; Demised: stricken from record October 21, 1903; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Pennsylvania. Acquired by Pittsburgh Coal Company ca. 1899. Charter stricken from record October 21, 1903.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, May 9, 1895-October 21, 1903 33

Subseries  187. Watson Supply Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: October 1895 in W.V; Demised: charter surrendered February 22, 1901; Statistics: To have operated company store in Fairmont District. Never active. Charter surrendered February 22, 1901

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Minutes, November 18, 1895-February 22, 1901 33

Subseries  188. West Fairmont Coal and Coke Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: August 22, 1890, in W.V; Demised: dissolved May 23, 1910; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Fairmont District. Assets sold to Fairmont Coal Company in 1901.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-Minute Book No.1, August 22, 1890-April 18, 1898 34
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-Minute Book No.2, March 6, 1899-May 23, 1910 

Subseries  189. West Fork Mining Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: November 3, 1898, in W.V; Demised: dissolved November 27, 1901; Predecessor: None; Successor: Fairmont Coal Company; Statistics: Operated mines in Harrison County, W.Va.. Upon dissolution, all assets and property were transferred to the Fairmont Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 3, 1898-November 27, 1901 34

Subseries  190. West Fork Railroad Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: December 5, 1914; Demised: Charter allowed to lapse; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for unbuilt railroad between Fairmont and Grangeville.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, December 5, 1914-January 9, 1915 34

Subseries  191. Wheeling and Lake Erie Coal Mining Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: June 15, 1900, in Ohio; Demised: December 14, 1931, by change of name; Predecessor: None; Successor: Hanna Coal Company (1931-1946); Statistics: Operated mines in southeastern Ohio and a coal business at Cleveland. Controlled by Hanna interests. Renamed Hanna Coal Company, December 14, 1931.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-Minute Book No.2, January 20, 1908-February 17, 1920 34
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings-Minute Book No.3, August 5, 1920-July 13, 1931 

Subseries  192. Youghiogheny and Elizabeth Rail-Road Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: February 5, 1883, in PA; Demised: dissolved April 20, 1914; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for railroad from Buena Vista to Elizabeth in Allegheny County, Pa. Controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company ca. 1908.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, February 5, 1883-April 20, 1914 34

Subseries  193. Youghiogheny & Lehigh Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: June 20, 1892, in Wisc; Demised: dissolved December 16, 1909; Predecessor: None; Successor: Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin; Statistics: Coal sales company operating in Wisconsin and Minnesota. All assets transferred to the Pittsburgh Coal Company of Wisconsin on June 16, 1906, except for one unsettled account, maintained until formal dissolution of the company in 1909.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 20, 1905-November 29, 1905 34
Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, March 12, 1906-December 16, 1909 

Subseries  194. Youghiogheny and Wick Haven Railroad Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: September 18, 1893, in PA; Demised: dissolved September 26, 1918; Predecessor: None; Successor: None; Statistics: Charter for railroad between Banning and Wick Haven, one mile, in Fayette County, Pa. Controlled by Pittsburgh Coal Company ca. 1901.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, November 28, 1893-September 26, 1918 34

Subseries  195. Youghiogheny Coal Company 

Scope and Content Notes

Incorporated: October 19, 1910, in PA; Demised: February 22, 1937, by change of name; Predecessor: None; Successor: Champion Coal Company; Statistics: Coal sales company. Name was changed from Youghiogheny Coal Company to Champion Coal Company through an amendment to the articles of incorporation on February 22, 1937. Subsidiary of Pittsburgh Coal Company.

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Minutes of Stockholders and Board of Directors Meetings, October 19, 1910-February 22, 1937 34

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Series  IV. Stockholders' Records 

Subseries  1. Consolidation Coal Company 

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Notice of Annual Meeting and Proxy Statement, Annual Meeting of Shareholders, April 17, 1963 34
Stock Certificate #1 (Issued to Mount Savage Iron Company for 6000 shares of capital stock at $100 per share.), May 13, 1864 
Original Stock Certificate “A” (For 12,500 shares of capital stock issued to Allan Campbell and James Roosevelt, Trustees under a mortgage to them by Consolidation Coal Company.), January 21, 1879 
Stock Certificates (Issued to Merchants Fire Assurance Corporation of N.Y, The North River Insurance Company, United States Fire Insurance Company, Samuel Mc Roberts, Trustee for Jere H. Wheelwright, Jr., and Clarence Wheelwright, William M. Wilshire, Chatham-Phenix National Bank and Trust Company, Dominick & Dominick, Edward C. DeVarennes, W. Herdman Schwatka, Isabel B. Robinson and Raymond B. Fosdick), September 2, 1924–November 4, 1943 
Stock Certificates (Issued to John D. Rockefeller, Jr.), September 4, 1924 
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Common Stock- Public offering of 300,000 shares by the M.A. Hanna Company March 1964 35

Subseries  2. Pittsburgh Coal Company 

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Stock Certificates, July 17, 1916–June 19, 1958 35
Stock Ledger, January 1, 1923-April 3, 1928 

Subseries  3. Pittsburgh Coal Company (New Jersey) 

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1916 Plan and Agreement of Readjustment 35

Subseries  5. Associated Companies’ Stock Records, Bound Volumes 

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Cassville & Monongahela Railroad Company Certificates, June 24, 1904-October 29, 1928 35
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Fairmont Coal Company Certificates (Volume 49), January 9, 1907-May 28, 1909 108
Jamison Coal Company Certificates (Volume 50), July 1, 1892-April 15, 1900 
Midland Coal Company Certificates (Volume 51), September 21, 1900-December 11, 1907 
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Monga Land Company Certificates, May 15, 1900-June 10, 1946 35
The New Field Coke Company Certificates, January 23, 1907-July 15, 1912 
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The New Field Coke Company Certificates, July 15, 1912-December 12, 1929 36
The Pennmont Coal Company Certificates, December 7, 1904-March 17, 1911 
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Pittsburgh & Castle Shannon Railroad Company Certificates (Volume 52), June 26, 1878-November 20, 1880 108
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Pittsburgh & Castle Shannon Railroad Company Payment Book, 1872-1880 36
Pittsburgh & Fairmont Fuel Company Certificates, May 12, 1903-June 10, 1909 
Pittsburgh Coal & Coke Company Certificates, May 31, 1906-May 19, 1914 
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Pittsburgh Coal Land Company Certificates (Volume 53), December 18, 1915-August 30, 1940 108
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Saw Mill Run Coal & Supply Company, December 20, 1902-October 15, 1913 36
Soo River Coal Isle Company Certificates, January 4, 1909-March 23, 1935 
Youghiogheny Coal & Coke Company Stock Ledger, Record & Transfer Book, September 12, 1903-July 20, 1907 

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Series  V. Financial Records 

Subseries  1. Consolidation Coal Company General Ledgers 

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No. 1 (Volume 54), May 1, 1864-February 28, 1870 109
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No. 2 (Volume 55), March 1, 1870-December 31, 1876 110
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No. 3 (Volume 56), January 1, 1877-December 31, 1888 111
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No. 4 (Volume 57), January 1, 1889-December 31, 1896 112
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No. 5 (Volume 58), January 1, 1897–December 31, 1902 113
No. 6 (Volume 59), January 1, 1903-December 31, 1905 
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No. 7 (Volume 60), January 1, 1906–December 31, 1908 114
No. 8 (Volume 61), January 1, 1909-December 31, 1909 
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No. 9 (Volume 62), January 1, 1910-December 31, 1911 115
No. 10 (Volume 63) January 1, 1912-December 31, 1913 
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No. 11 (Volume 64), January 1, 1914 – December 31, 1914 116
No. 12 (Volume 65), January 1, 1917-December 31, 1919 
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No. 13 (Volume 66), January 1, 1920–December 31, 1921 117
No. 16 (Volume 67), January 1, 1929–December 31, 1931 
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No. 17 (Volume 68), January 1, 1932 – June 2, 1932 118

Subseries  2. Consolidation Coal Company Journals 

 May 1, 1864 - December 31, 1868    microfilm?
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No. 1 (Volume 69), January 1, 1869-September 30, 1874 119
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No. 2 (Volume 70), October 1, 1874-December 31, 1881 120

Subseries  3. Notice of Appeal 

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Consolidation Coal Company vs. Division of Water Resources, State Department of Natural Resources, West Virginia, April 5, 1984 36

Subseries  4. Newspaper & Magazine Articles 

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"Coal Merger Now Approved by Objectors,"   Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, October 15, 1945 36
"100 Million Assets of Coal Firm,"  Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph,  November 7, 1945 
"New Consolidation Coal Firm to Battle Competitive Fuels,"  no date 
"Paper Money,"  US Air, April 1960 

Subseries  5. Payroll Records and Employee Benefits 

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Consolidation Coal Company: Long Term Disability Plan, no date 36
Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company: Office Payroll Records, April 8, 1901-September 30, 1903 
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Pittsburgh Coal Company: Employee’s Relief Department & Pension Fund, Advisory Committee Minutes (2 vols.), January 4, 1909-May 16, 1949 37
Pittsburgh Coal Company: Employee’s Relief Department & Pension Fund, Regulations & Amendments, October 24, 1946 
Pittsburgh Coal Company: Service Annuity Fund Booklet, 1942 
Pittsburgh Coal Company: Employee’s Contributory Retirement Annuity Plan, July 1, 1944 
Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company: General Office Payroll and Employees’ Earnings Ledger Sheets, 1949-1950 
United Mine Workers of America Welfare & Retirement Fund: Report for the Year Ending, June 30, 1971 

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Series  VI. Secretary's Contract Files 

Scope and Content Notes

These files from the Office of the Secretary of the Pittsburgh Coal Company include mortgages, deeds, leases, and other contractual agreements. The original filing scheme has been preserved, with the files arranged in numerical order.

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 4. Wm Carpenter (Atlantic Trust Co of NY) and Pittsburgh Coal Company, November 1, 1899 37
 5. Pittsburgh Coal Company, December 5, 1899 
 6. Harriet McMillen and Nancy and Silas Tomlinson, March 5, 1895 
 7. Youghiogheny River Coal Co. and (Samuel Gilbert, Dillon Gibbons, Eliza Cope, Jesse Edgerton, and Sarah Gilbert), March 29, 1899 
 8. Imperial Coal Company and Mary E. Johnston et al., October 21, 1895 
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 9. Ashtabula Coal Company - n.d., September 23, 1895-September 9, 1909  127
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 10. Railroad Cars- Sales and Leases, Feb. 20 & 25, 1897-July 27, 1909 37
 11. Youghiogheny River Coal Company and Baltimore & Ohio RR Co., February 7, 1891 
 12. Montour Railroad Company and Southwest Pennsylvania Pipe Lines, August 29, 1891, July 25 and September 12, 1910 
 13. Pittsburgh Coal Dock Co. and Pittsburgh & Lake Erie RR Co., September 24, 1886-August 16, 1890 
 14. PCC and M.A.Hanna & Co. and Picklands Mather & Co, September 26, 1899, March 12, 1900, September 23, 1904, June 16, 1909 
 15. Wm. Beadling and Pittsburgh Coal Company, September 29, 1899 
 16. Milwaukee Dry Dock Co. and Pittsburgh & Chicago Gas Coal Co, March 27, 1893, September 20, 1893, July-December 1895, July June 1, 1901 
 17. The Pittsburgh, Painesville & Fairport RR Co., the Pittsburgh, Fairport and Northwestern Dock Co. and the Pittsburgh & Western Railway Company, the Cleveland Terminal & Valley RR Company and the Pittsburgh Coal Company, January 30, 1897-August 19, 1903 
 18. Pittsburgh, Fairport and Northwestern Dock Co, October 1, 1887-May 25, 1909 
 19. Francis Robbins (Pittsburgh, Fairport & Northwestern Dock Co.) and John Pitcairn (same) and Pittsburgh & Chicago Gas Coal Company, January 5, 1895 
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 20. Youghiogheny Gas Coal Co., December 1, 1899-December 1, 1903  128
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 22. U.A. Andrews and John Shaw, C. W. Baine and J. B. L Hornberger, November 17, 1899-August 18, 1900 37
 24. Columbia Bridge Co.- November 26 1902, J.S. Bedell- August 24 1900, Finleyville Planning Mill Co.- November 21, 1902 with Pennsylvania Mining Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8 ) 
 25. WH Roberts and Pennsylvania Mining Co., August 15, 1900 
 27. Pittsburgh & Chicago Gas Coal Co. and John N. Mowry, August 19, 1900 
 28. Clifford Capell Fan Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Company, July 7, 1907 
 30. G. Dauenhauer & Sons Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, September 9, 1907 
 31. Sull Brothers and Pennsylvania Mining Co, October 3, 1900 
 31. Northwestern Coal Railway Co.- And Farmers Loan and Trust Company - May 1, 1893; And Pittsburgh Coal Company - October 17, 1899; Northwestern Coal Railway Co. - July 6, 1923. 
 33. Pittsburgh Coal Company, October 31, 1900-November 2, 1900 
 34. Bailey, Wilson & Co. and First Pool Monongahela Gas Coal Company, May 31, 1894-September 21, 1895 
 35. Thomas Prosser and Pennsylvania Mining Co, September 18, 1900 
 36. PCC and Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad, April 9, 1942 
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 39. Montour Shops, October 26, 1900-November 16, 1901 38
 41. Robert E. Marshall and Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania, July 25, 1907 
 42. Charles P. Hickman, Violet J. Hickman, the Mercantile Trust Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, August 1, 1907 
 43. S.A. Cratsa and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, September 12, 1907 
 44. H. J. Stark and Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania, May 28, 1907 
 46. Youghiogheny Coal Co, June 11, 1892 - July 22, 1907 
 47-A. Youghiogheny & Elizabeth RR, May 9, 1884-May 22, 1900 
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 47-B. Youghiogheny & Elizabeth RR, February 9, 1883-January 16, 1914  122
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 48. Pittsburgh Coal Company & F.R. Buell Coal Co, October 10, 1900 38
 49. First Pool Monongahela Gas Coal Co. and S.M. Willock and J.P. Willock. Mortgages and Bonds, December 1, 1894 
 50. Rodgers & Abel and Pennsylvania Mining Co (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), December 10, 1900  
 54. H.K. Wick, Yougiogheny Mining Co., Wick Haven Supply Co, H.K. Wick & Co. and Pennsylvania Mining Co., and Pittsburgh Coal Company, December 19, 1900 
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 55. North Fayette RR Co, May 11, 1896  127
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 57. First Pool Monongahela Gas Coal Co. and Melissa M. Stelley (Certificate pulled to OS-126) December 17, 1894 38
 59. Charles S. Barker, April 10, 1901 
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 61. Snowden Coal Company, March 30, 1899 128
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 62. Vulcan Coal Co, December 23, 1896-June 8, 1897 127
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 63. Maryland Casualty Co., February 16-June 15, 1909 38
 64. Vulcan Coal Co, June 8, 1897-October 21, 1903 
 65. First Pool Monongahela Gas Coal Co. and Rachel S. Rhodes, December 17, 1894 
 68 A-C. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania and W.J. Steen, September 28, 1907-September 25, 1915 
 68 D-F. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania and W.J. Steen (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), June 15, 1908-June 30, 1914  
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 70. Valley Coal Transfer Co., April 1, 1897-May 29, 1902 122
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 71. Pittsburgh & Chicago Gas Coal Co., April 3, 1894-April 7, 1914  123
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 72 A. Pittsburgh & Chicago Gas Coal Co. and Fidelity Title & Trust Co., January 1, 1895  122
 72 B-N. Pittsburgh & Chicago Gas Coal Co., October 23, 1882-January 12, 1883 
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 72 O-V. Pittsburgh & Chicago Gas Coal Co., January 29, 1893-July 15, 1897  124
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 73. Ellen H. Wilson and Pittsburgh Coal Company, September 25, 1907 38
 74 A-B. Imperial Coal Co. and Union Trust Co. of Philadelphia, October 19, 1885-April 21, 1897 
 74 E. Imperial Coal Company, October 1, 1879 
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 76. Port Royal Dock Co., October 20, 1897-May 2, 1919  124
 77. Montour Telephone Co., December 17, 1903-December 21, 1903  
 78. Chartiers & Venetia Railroad Co., November 15, 1899-July 13, 1942  
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 79. Greer & Van Emans R.R. Co., November 15, 1899-October 25, 1901 125
 80. Canonsburg & Bishop Railroad Co., November 16, 1899  
 82. Montour & Gregg Railroad Co., November 15, 1899-1900  
 83. Houstonville Coal Railroad Co., November 27-28, 1899  
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 84. Pittsburgh Coal Car Company, March 23, 1904-September 2, 1914 38
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 85. Black Diamond Railroad Co., November 29, 1899  125
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 86. Franklin Township Water Co., April 22, 1903 38
 87. Federal Clay Products Co., June 7, 1905-May 3, 1922 
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 88. Chartiers Valley & Northern Railway Co.(Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), April 28, 1902-July 13, 1942  125
 89. Fort Pitt & Leasdale RR Co., April 2-3, 1900  
 90. Somers Coal Despatch Co., March 21, 1899-May 1, 1899 
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 91. First Pool Monongahela Gas Coal Co.(Certificate pulled to OS-126) April 26, 1889-October 11, 1911 39
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 92. Pittsburgh Coal Dock Co., November 5, 1886  126
 93. Pittsburgh, Fairport & Northwestern Dock Co., March 15, 1899-January 4, 1935  
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 94. F.M. Wallace, January 8, 1907 39
 95. Manown Manufacturing Company (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), December 4, 1895-January 14, 1943  
 97. Bridgeville & Millers Run RR Co., November 15, 1899 
 99. Cedar Creek RR Co., August 5, 1905 
 100. Youghiogheny & Lehigh Coal Co., November 24, 1905-December 16, 1909 
 102. Monongahela River Coal & Coke Co., May 30, 1901-August 3, 1905 
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 105. Cleveland Fuel Co., March 16-20, 1896  126
 106. N.Y. & Cleveland Gas Coal Co.and Elkins Gas Coal Co., February 27, 1893-June 25, 1892 
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 115. Albert McNillan and Pennsylvania Mining Co., October 12, 1901 39
 118. Eliza J. Boyce and Pittsburgh Coal Co., June 4, 1903-October 28, 1910 
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 122 A-I. Shaner Coal Co., July 1, 1887-February 20, 1895  126
 122 J-N. Shaner Coal Co., October 1, 1890-November 16, 1907 
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 124. Shaw Coal Co. and Pennsylvania Mining Co., January 3, 1902-October 30, 1924  127
 127. Elkins Gas Coal Co., March 7, 1892-March 17, 1913  
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 128. Monon River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., July 26, 1907 39
 129. Pittsburgh & Lake Erie RR. Co., December 31, 1907 
 130. Township of Chartiers, February 5, 1902 
 132. Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., August 13, 1902 
 142. Copies of Charters-Various Corporations, April 3, 1870-August 15, 1898 
 144. Employee Liability Assurance Corporation Ltd. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 18, 1905 - January 18, 1906 
 146. Pennsylvania Mining Co. and Fort Pitt Gas Co., September 25, 1902-July 1, 1909 
 153. Pennsylvania Mining Co. and Owen Golden, November 7, 1902-January 6, 1920 
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 155. Colonial Coke Co., February 9, 1900-April 7, 1914 127
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 156. Youngstown Ice Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., August 7, 1901-March 8, 1904 39
 158. Philip Howell, Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Youghiogheny River Coal Co., May 4, 1904 
 159. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Gayley Local Telephone Co., March 28, 1904-October 20, 1920 
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 160. Mansfield Coal & Coke Co., November 22, 1864-February 11, 1913  127
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 165. George H. Rupp and Pittsburgh & Castle Shannon RR Co., May 2, 1904 39
 168. Maynard D. Flinn and Pittsburgh Coal Company, October 4, 1907 
 169. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and William Molamphy, October 14-November 2, 1907 
 173. Pittsburgh Coal Dock Co., June 2-3, 1904 
 174. Twin City Coal Yard Co., June 6, 1904 
 175. T. J. Donahoe and Youghiogheny Coal Co., Ltd., June 11, 1904 
 176. American District Telegraph Co. of Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh Coal Company, June 12, 1907 
 177. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Detroit & Buffalo Steamship Co., March 30, 1904-April 1, 1909 
 182. Walsh-Upstill Coal Co., July 29, 1895-October 21, 1903 
 183. Mansfield Coal & Coke Co. and The Colonial Trust Co., October 15, 1903 
 187. J.J. Campbell and Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania, August 8, 1904 
 188. Pennsylvania R.R. Co. and Colonial Coke Co., May 10, 1904 
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 193. Baltimore Storage & Distributing Co., March 6, 1900-February 7, 1908 40
 198. Mifflin Coal Co. & New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., October 15, 1904-November 6, 1905 
 199. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. and The Franklin Township Water Co., July 27, 1904 
 200 A-F. Midland Coal Co., June 1, 1901-August 26, 1947 
 200 G-I. Midland Coal Co., May 15, 1912-August 23, 1912 
 201. Wm. E. Hamilton, W.R. Woodford, Francis L. Robbins et. al, January 1, 1903-May 15, 1907  
 204 A-I. H.F. Stark et. al. and Colonial Coke Co., February 26, 1903-February 21, 1905 
 204 J-N. H.F. Stark et. al. and Colonial Coke Co., April 21, 1903-December 9, 1903 
 205. James Patterson and Pennsylvania Mining Co., February 19, 1903 
 210. Borough of Houston, Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Midland Coal Co., November 17, 1905 
 213. W. E. Nusser and Pittsburgh Coal Co., May 15-June 10, 1903 
 216. Alfred Tompkins and Pennsylvania Mining Co., June 9, 1903 
 218. F.J. Le Moyne and Henry R. Yates, February 1, 1927 
 220. David Hill and Greensboro Gas Co., January 29, 1910-April 30, 1941 
 221. William Walter et. al and First Pool Monongahela Gas Coal Co., October 25, 1893-April 5, 1905 
 223. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Courtney Fire Brick Co., July 22, 1903 
 225. Imperial Brick Co, Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Montour Railroad Co., August 8, 1903 
 230. Owen Murphy and Franklin Township Water Co., September 19, 1903-August 3, 1904 
 233. Philip Gutbub and Pennsylvania Mining Co., October 1, 1903 
 236. Pittsburgh Coal Co., Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., Saw Mill Run Coal & Supply Co., December 11, 1904 
 238. Pennsylvania Mining Co. and M.B. Craighead, December 1, 1903 
 239. Joseph Walton's heirs and First Pool Monongahela Gas Coal Co., December. 11, 1897 
 241. Westmoreland Coal Co. and Pennsylvania Mining Co., December 24, 1903 
 242 A. Central District & Printing Tel. Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Company, November 17, 1899-February 8, 1917 
 242 B. Central District & Printing Tel. Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Company, November 11, 1899-January 12, 1929 
 242 B2. Bell Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania, September 18, 1928-June 5, 1934 
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 242 C. Various Telephone Contracts and Pittsburgh Coal Co., November 7, 1906- Aug. 12, 1918 41
 243 A. Pittsburgh & Allegheny Telephone Co., June 29, 1910-March 5, 1923 
 243 B. Pittsburgh & Allegheny Telephone Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Company, January 29, 1901-December 13, 1921 
 243 C. Pittsburgh & Allegheny Telephone Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Company, May 23, 1903-April 25, 1939 
 244. Number changed to 1486 
 245. Louis Frank and Pennsylvania Mining Co., October 28, 1903 
 246. Federal Telephone Co. and Pennsylvania Mining Co., January 18, 1904 
 248. Central District & Printing Telegraph Co., Pittsburgh Coal Company and the Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., March 1, 1905 
 253. Monongahela Saw & Planing Mill Company and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, January 23, 1905 
 265. National Dock & Fuel Co., October 23, 1901-January 17, 1905 
 267. Knoxville Land & Improvement Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania, May 1, 1905 
 279. Federal Telephone Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 1, 1905 
 282. Canadian Northern Coal & Ore Dock Co., Mackenzie Mann & Co and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 1, 1905 
 282 A. Canadian & Northern Coal & Ore Dock Co., Canadian Northern Railway Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Wisconsin, April 10, 1911 
 285. United States of America and Federal Clay Products Co., July 13, 1905 
 286. Federal Clay Products Co. and Isthmian Canal Commission and Munson Steamship Co., April 15, 1905 & September 14, 1905 
 289. Cozad, Beliz, Bates & Co., March 16, 1883-March 26, 1894 
 291. H.F. Stark and Colonial Coke Co., September 20, 1905 
 294. Rimouti Galliardi and Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania, October 12, 1905 
 297. F.G. Bishoff & Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Car Co., October 31, 1905 
 300. Wallis & Carley Co. and Colonial Coke Co., November 14, 1905 
 303. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Henry Shenk Co., Jones & Laughlin Stick Co., Excelsior Terra Cotta Co. of New York, June 13, 1905-January 23,1906 
 304. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Pan Handle Coal Co., Imperial Coal Co., February 7, 1905 
 306. Maryland, Pennsylvania & West Virginia Telephone Co. and the Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania, January 29, 1907 
 308. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. and Colonial Coke Co., December 18, 1905 
 313. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Company, January 23, 1906 
 315. Central District & Printing Telegraph Co., January 18, 1906 
 317. Pittsburgh & Connellsville Railroad Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania, December 27, 1905 
 319. Central District & Printing Telegraph Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania, December 28-30, 1905 
 321. Carnegie Steel Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, September 28, 1905 
 324. John Stevenson & H.R. Harvey and the Pittsburgh Coal Company, December 5, 1900 
 327. Pittsburgh Coal Co., September 12 & 17, 1918, May 22, 1919 
 328. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and McFarland Lumber Co., March 10, 1906 
 329. Mary E. Smock et. al. and Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania, March 14, 1906 
 334. Pittsburgh Coal Company and Atlantic Refining Company, May 9, 1905 
 338. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania and John F. Hosack, March 28, 1906 
 339. Pittsburgh Coal Company & Guiler Gas Coal Company, June 12, 1906 
 343. Pittsburgh Coal Company and A.M. Kinney, June 28, 1906 
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 344. Pittsburgh Coal Company and Republic Iron and Steel Co., April 1, 1905-February 15, 1917 42
 345. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania and Monessen Coal & Coke Co., January 1, 1906 
 346. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania and Witch Hazel Coal Company, July 6, 1906 
 348. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania and Fayette Coal Company (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), July 20, 1906  
 349. Pittsburgh Coal Company and Monongahela Valley Electric Co, July 1, 1906 
 353. Pittsburgh-Buffalo Co., July 18, 1908-February 1910 
 356. Pittsburgh Coal Company & Central District & Printing Telegraph Co., November 22, 1910-November 23, 1934 
 361. Pittsburgh Coal Company and Central Union Telephone Co., Akron Peoples Telephone Co., December 17-22, 1904 
 366. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Walter A. Zelnicker Supply Co., September 26, 1906 
 367. Federal Clay Products Co. and Borough of West Elizabeth, PA, October 19, 1906 
 368. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Hugh McHugh (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), November 8, 1906-January 20, 1927  
 370. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania and Peter Wagner- November 13, 1906 
 371. Central Coal & Dock Co., January 15-March 31, 1906 
 375. Western Union Telegraph Co and Pittsburgh Coal Company, October 1, 1906 
 377 A-D. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania and Peter F. Hormel, October 1, 1906-December 28, 1910 
 377 E. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania and Peter F. Hormel, December 28, 1910-January 19, 1911  
 379. The Bradstreet Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Company, November 12, 1907-October 30, 1929 
 380. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania and John A. Linn, November 28, 1906 
 383. W.S. Lockhart et al. and Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania-December 27, 1906-March 28, 1935 
 384. Westmoreland Coal Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania, January 4, 1907 
 386. Pittsburgh Coal Company and The Bell Telephone Company of Pennsylvania, October 16, 1928 
 388. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania and Fred B & William S. Ollett, January 29, 1907-January 25, 1911 
 389. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania & Edmund R. Weise, February 5, 1907 
 392 A. American Car & Foundry Co. & Pittsburgh Coal Company, December 15, 1904 
 392 B-C. St. Louis Union Trust Co., Pittsburgh Coal Co., and American Car & Foundry Co., January 2, 1905-January 27, 1914 
 392 D-J. Pittsburgh Coal Company and St. Louis Trust Co., Montour Railroad Co., Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Co., January 2, 1905-October 20, 1913 
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 400. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania and Fort Pitt Stone & Brick Co., July 2, 1906-July 1, 1921 43
 401. Mary M. Latta and Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania, July 31, 1906 
 403. Pittsburgh Coal Company and Beechmont Coal Company, December 12, 1907 
 405. Bethel Telephone Co., August 17, 1906 
 408. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania and Booth & Flinn, Ltd., October 9, 1906 
 411. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania & William A. Davis, March 19, 1907 
 412. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Exchange National Bank, March 15, 1907 
 420. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania and Farmers Mutual Telephone Co., April 24, 1907 
 427. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., December 18, 1906 
 429. Federal Telephone Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, April 15, 1907 
 434. New Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The C. Reiss Coal Co., January 11, 1907 
 435. New Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Milwaukee Western Fuel Co., January 1, 1907 
 440. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Pittsburgh Steel Co., January 12, 1906 
 441. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and James Hancock- July 15, 1907 
 442. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Joseph Ranken, October 8, 1904 
 443. Sykes Brothers and Midland Coal Co., October 3, 1902-May 18, 1903 
 446. Hodgkiss & Evans and Mansfield Coal & Coke Co., December 11, 1907 
 449. Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, December 3, 1907-March 21, 1935 
 450. John W. Painter & John W. Painter Coal Co. and Osborne Saeger & Co., March 12, 1898 
 451. W.J. Manown and J.H. Somers, June 4, 1896 
 452. G. H. White and Equitable Coal Co., May 4, 1895 
 453. Ann Eliza Butler and Federal Coal Co., January 31, 1898 
 454. David Martin Logan and George J. Margerum, January 3, 1894  
 455. Imperial Coal Company and Morgan Moore & Baire, March 1, 1898 
 456. Jasper A. Smith et al. and George J. Margerum, November 20, 1893 
 457. J.J. Crawford et al. and George J. Margerum, May 30, 1898-December 10, 1900 
 458. Hopkins Tract, December 19, 1894-October 7, 1896 
 459. . James Hopkins and Youghiogheny River Coal Co., March 5, 1886-September 14, 1925 
 460. Calvary Morris and James W. Ellsworth & Co., July 25, 1896 
 462. John Blythe & Co. and Youghiogheny River Coal Co., February 25, 1898-January 26, 1906 
 463. Joseph Robbins, Edward Robbins, Francis Robbins and Henry Oliver, November 7, 1890 
 464. Joseph Robbins & Edward Robbins and Youghiogheny River Coal Co., November 11, 1895 
 465. Joseph Robbins & Edward Robbins and M.H. Taylor et.al., June 2, 1890 
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 468. Andrew Dickinson and Imperial Coal Co., September 27, 1893 44
 469. Noble F. Sanford & O.L. Sanford et. al and Federal Coal Co., February 28, 1899 
 470. E.W. Powers et. al. and Federal Coal Co., October 1, 1897 
 472. Harriet N. Holland and Pittsburgh Coal Co., April 13, 1877-September 4, 1915 
 473. George A. & Alice J. McCandless and Imperial Coal Company, May 1, 1899 
 475. John J. Crawford and Imperial Coal Co., July 1, 1894-February 6, 1903 
 476. Miller heirs - Vincent & Amanda Miller and J.W. Sauters, September 29, 1887 
 477. M. McCue & Co. and Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Co., March 6, 1897 
 478. Heirs of Alex Carnahan and Grey & Bell, June 9, 1880-May 12, 1898 
 479. H.A. Noble and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 26, 1900-January 19, 1901 
 480. John B. Cox & W.E. French and J.M. Risher Coal Co., November 1, 1896 
 481. Pittsburgh Coal Company and Emma H. Alsop, October 10, 1899-February 26, 1925 
 482. Martha Shaw et. al. and Francis L. Robbins, June 15, 1854-January 14, 1904 
 483. Joseph G. Hughey and Pittsburgh & Moon Run RR-February 3, 1900/Caroline Hughey and Pennsylvania Mining Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), April 1, 1901 
 484. Pennsylvania Railroad Co Leasees, Pittsburgh, Virginia & Charleston Railway Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 1, 1900 
 485. Samuel W. Spencer and Francis L. Robbins, January 27, 1899 
 486 A-C. Margaret Bradford et al. and Joseph L. Kirk and Howard D. Campbell, February 1, 1887 
 486 D. Margaret Bradford et al. and Joseph L. Kirk and Howard D. Campbell (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), December 23, 1893-June 13, 1907  
 492. Matilda W. Denny and Armstrong & Crozier, April 1, 1893 
 493. Christopher Fritchman and Germania Gas Coal Co., May 4, 1891-August 11, 1905 
 496 A-H. Valley Coal Transfer Co. and Pittsburgh & Chicago Gas Coal Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), July 1, 1892-December 16, 1912 
 497. Mary Jankosky and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, April 1, 1902-November 29, 1909 
 500. Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago, & St. Louis Railway Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., May 5, 1900 
 501. Pittsburgh & Chicago Gas Coal Co. and T. R. Wright & Co., April 8, 1899 
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 502. Pennsylvania Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., February 9, 1901-April 1, 1923 45
 502. The American Trimming Co. and Pennsylvania Co., April 30, 1921-January 27, 1928 
 503. Pennsylvania Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Company, May 21, 1900-April 27, 1911 
 504. Mrs. L. M. Nesbit and Pittsburgh Coal Co., June 21, 1902 
 505. George Bollinger and Pittsburgh Coal Co., June 2, 1902 
 507. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., May 28, 1903 
 508. Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Co. and Vulcan Coal Co., October 31, 1898 
 510. Willow Bank Coal Co. and Pittsburgh & Chicago Gas Coal Co., March 1898 
 511. John Swagler and Pittsburgh Coal Company, July 23, 1900 
 512. Margaret Keeling and Youghiogheny Coal Co., August 31, 1901-March 23, 1911 
 513. Jesse R. Kelso and Pittsburgh Consolidated Coal Co., March 1, 1896 
 514. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, August 13, 1900 
 515. Anderson Martin and Pennsylvania Mining Co., August 31, 1900 
 516. William Mc C. Dinsmore and Vulcan Coal Co., March 31, 1898 
 518. Imperial Coal Co. and Alexander Dempster, November 15, 1893 
 519. Alexander Dempster and Essen Coal Co., April 1, 1895 
 520. Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, December 27, 1902 
 523. Chicago Exchange Building Co. and Youghiogheny & Lehigh Coal Co., October 10, 1900 
 525. Chicago Dock & Canal Co., February 11, 1896-March 1, 1911 
 526. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Co., July 6, 1898 
 527. Syndicate Opera House Co. and Youghiogheny & Lehigh Coal Co., May 1, 1901 
 528. Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha Railway Co. and Youghiogheny & Lehigh Coal Co., December 11, 1901 
 533. Edward J. House and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 31, 1904 
 534. Philadelphia Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., September 8, 1906 
 535. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and William H. Jamison, John T. Findley and J.W. Houston., November 11, 1907-January 14, 1908 
 536. David & Elizabeth Rees and Pennsylvania Mining Co. & Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 26, 1903 
 538. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Charles W. Rush, November 29, 1907 
 540. United States Fidelity & Guaranty Co. and Charles M. Johnston (assigned to PCC), October 26, 1906 
 541. Joseph Rankin and Henry Floersheim, March 8, 1897 
 542. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Various Parties, November 26, 1906- July 27, 1926 
 545. H.M. Coukle and Pittsburgh Coal Co., November 30, 1907 
 546. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., December 3, 1907 
 547. Erie Coal Transfer Co., March 11, 1907-September 8, 1909 
 548. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and J. S. Teets, April 14, 1908 
 550. West Side Belt Railroad Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., February 9, 1900-November 16, 1903 
 551. W. H. Craig & Hartman Bros. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., April 28, 1903 
 552. J. W. Guy and Pittsburgh Coal Co., May 4, 1903 
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 556. John A. Berry and Pittsburgh Coal Co., February 1, 1903-April 27, 1925 
 557. South West Pennsylvania Pipe Lines, March 17, 1905-February 18, 1921 
 558. Western Union Telegraph Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., April 27, 1901 
 559. J. G. Paxton and Pittsburgh Coal Co., May 14, 1903-July 17, 1903 
 560. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. and Colonial Coke Co., May 22, 1903 
 561. First National Bank-Belle Vernon, PA and Pittsburgh Coal Co., April 1, 1901-August 5, 1932 
 562. Pittsburgh & Lake Erie Railroad Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., June 5, 1903 
 563. Moses Cook and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 10, 1901 
 564. C. C. C & St. Louis Railway Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., July 8, 1896-August 8, 1902 
 566. F. N. Hoffstatt and Yougiogheny Coal Co. Ltd., April 2, 1900 
 567. Simeon Davis and Youghiogheny Coal Co., January 11, 1901 
 570. Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., July 8, 1903 
 571. George Ritter and Pittsburgh Coal Co., July 1, 1903 
 572. Carnegie Trust Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., August 17, 1903 
 573. Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 8, 1903 
 574. John S. Scully and First Pool Monongahela Gas Coal Co., May 12, 1887 
 575. J. W. Carnahan and First Pool Monongahela Gas Coal Co., May 12, 1887 
 578. Allison & Hooper and Pittsburgh Coal Co., July 14-August 28, 1903 
 579. Perry Payne Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 14, 1900-July 22, 1905 
 580. First National Bank, West Newton, PA and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 15, 1903 
 582. William Molamphy and Youghiogheny Coal Co., August 1, 1902 
 583. Monongahela National Bank and Pittsburgh Coal Co., July 15, 1902 
 584. Crescent Pipe Lines Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co.-October 12, 1903 
 585. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. and J. D. Boyd Coal Co., March 30, 1909 
 586. Coulter Estate and Pennsylvania Mining Co., November 3, 1903 
 587. Swagler Heirs and Pennsylvania Mining Co., January 20, 1903-March 28, 1904 
 591. Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway Co. and Pennsylvania Mining Co., September 3, 1903 
 593. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. and Pennsylvania Mining Co., January 1, 1900 
 595. Robert Lea and Frank Armstrong, January 26, 1879 
 596. William Sproul and Pittsburgh National Coal & Coke Co., May 30, 1872-November 11, 1913 
 597. North American Building and Pittsburgh Coal Co., October 1, 1903 
 598. David R. and Ellen D. Strang and Pennsylvania Mining Co., August 27, 1901 
 599. Samuel and Catherine Stevens and Pennsylvania Mining Co., August 27, 1901 
 600. Pittsburgh, Chartiers and Youghiogheny Railway Co. and Pennsylvania Mining Co., April 1, 1901-March 8, 1909 
 602. Prudential Building Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., November 29, 1901 
 602 A. Prudential Building Co. and Seymour Whitney (agent for PCC), August 24, 1915 
 603. Thomas D. Gladden and Pittsburgh Coal Co., November 19, 1901-July 17, 1918 
 604. J. F. Kennedy and Pittsburgh Coal Co., December 9, 1901-September 11, 1907 
 605. George L. Hosack and Pennsylvania Mining Co., July 1, 1901 
 606. James H. Bell and Pennsylvania Mining Co., February 19, 1902 
 607. James H. Bell and Pittsburgh Coal Co., April 26, 1902 
 608. Carnegie Trust Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., September 7, 1911 
 609. Pittsburgh & Western Railroad Co. and Youghiogheny Coal Co. Ltd., September 28, 1903-January 18, 1904 
 610. Borough of Milvale and Youghiogheny Coal Co., April 9, 1902 
 611. Thomas Renshaw and Pittsburgh Coal Co., May 20, 1902 
 613. Land Title & Trust Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., February 26, 1904 
 616. Mary A. Townsend and Pittsburgh Coal Co., May 15, 1904 
 617. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co. and Youghiogheny Coal Co. Ltd., July 18, 1902 
 618. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co. and Youghiogheny Coal Co. Ltd., March 15, 1904 
 619. Joseph McKown and Pittsburgh Coal Co., June 24, 1904 
 620. John Scott and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, July 25, 1904 
 621. Mrs. Catherine Lafferty and Pittsburgh Coal Co., August 2-26, 1904 
 622. John C. Still and Youghiogheny Coal Co. Ltd., October 1-28, 1904 
 623. Estate of C.M. Reeds and Pittsburgh Coal Co., September 29, 1904 
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 624. Alice L. & S. J. Everett and Pittsburgh Coal Co., November 30, 1904-February 6, 1907 47
 625. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., August 1, 1904 
 626. Chester T. Hoag et. ux. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, January 13, 1905 
 627. Jane E. Sprague and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 21, 1905-April 6, 1921 
 628. R. F. Allen et. ux. and J. F. Somers, March 30, 1905 
 630. Leister Bros. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 1, 1905-April 2, 1906 
 631. Soo Hardware Co. and Port Royal Dock Co., June 12-15, 1905 
 632. West Side Belt RR Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 6-July 6, 1905 
 633. Superior West Sixth Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., July 15, 1918-May 8, 1928 
 634. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, September 1, 1905 
 635. B.N. McCormick and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, November 1, 1904 
 636. Roger Hartley Heirs and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, January 20, 1906-March 19, 1913 
 638. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Town of Amherstberg, May 19, 1905- June 18, 1906 
 639. Pittsburgh & Lake Erie RR Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, March 10, 1906 
 640. Pennsylvania RR Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 18, 1907-September 21, 1911 
 641. John Scott and Pittsburgh Coal Co., May 1, 1907 
 644. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and John Stambaugh, Est., March 31, 1909-January 31, 1930 
 645. Pennsylvania Mining Co. and Borough of Oakdale, PA, August 23, 1900 
 646. John Starr and Robbins Coal & Coke Co., March 1, 1899 
 653. William J. Fryer, et. al. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, April 6-May 11, 1908 
 655. James E. Walker and M. McCue & Co., November 15, 1897 
 656. Colonial Coke Co, Detroit Iron & Steel Co. and J. H. Hillman & Son, July 31, 1909-June 24, 1914 
 658. Youghiogheny River Coal Co. and Central District & Printing Telegraph Co., November 25, 1895-September 8, 1896 
 667. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Falls Brothers, August 9, 1900-July 8, 1905 
 668. H. M. Miller and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, April 3-4, 1908 
 669. Charles F. Spottswood and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, March 20-23, 1908 
 670. W. J. Griffin and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, April 4-7, 1908 
 671. H. M. Miller and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, April 3-4, 1908 
 672. The Dravo Contracting Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, April 3-4, 1908 
 676. Pennsylvania Mining Co. and Henry Parkins, May 1, 1902-June 1, 1903 
 694. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and D. L. Zundel, May 28, 1908-July 14, 1911 
 695. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and H. S. Sterling, June 8, 1908 
 696. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway Co., July 16, 1907 
 698. Pittsburgh Coal Co., Federal Clay Products Co. and Pittsburgh Terminal Clay Mfg. Co., April 1, 1908 
 701. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., August 1, 1904 
 702. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Virgil McDowell, July 1, 1904-September 1, 1909 
 704. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Ulrich & Spencer, January 23, 1905 
 707. John Young-Division Superintendent (PCC) and Andrew Rennie, June 16, 1905 
 709. John Crawford, et. ux. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, June 6, 1908 
 710. Frank Hayden and J. S. Van Kirk (PCC), April 23, 1908 
 711. William Aiken and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, May 11, 1908 
 712. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Peter F. Hormel, April 1, 1908 
 713. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Port Royal Dock Co., June 26, 1906-December 15, 1910 
 714. Mrs. M. E. Little, et. al. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, April 18, 1908 
 715. Julia A. Horning et. al. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, March 28, 1908 
 716. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Charles Bowland, June 24, 1908 
 717. Lowry Properties and St. Paul & Minneapolis (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), July 15-20, 1908  
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 718. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, Federal Supply Co. and St. John Baptist Church of Morgan, January 30, 1908 48
 719. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and R. P. Mill, April 23, 1908 
 720. Dr. George H. Miller and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, April 7, 1908 
 721. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, The American Surety Co. of N.Y. and Robert G. & Mary A. Atkinson, August 27, 1908 
 722. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Wabash Companies, April 20, 1909-November 1, 1909 
 723. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and J.O. Williams, September 2, 1908 
 725. Mary Buell et. al., Mary Shipley et. al. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, December 6, 1907 
 728. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Central District & Printing Telegraph Co., August 7, 1908 
 729. Daniel Ross et. ux. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, August 1, 1908 
 730. R.G. Dunn & Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., December 15, 1899 
 732. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Louis Napoleon, June 24, 1908 
 733. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Whitnall Coal Co., November 28, 1905 
 734. George Z. Hosack (agent for PCC), John Sifean and Mateoz Peternel, August 22-December 15, 1908 
 735. H.B. Goe and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, August 26, 1908 
 739. Joseph W. Wolfe and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), August 29, 1908  
 740. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Mt. Hope Coke Co., October 7, 1908 
 742. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and C. Reiss Coal Co., July 6, 1908 
 743. Robert Smith and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, October 14, 1908 
 747. George Z. Hosack and John Rupnik, October 10, 1908 
 748. Central District & Printing Telegraph Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., September 16, 1908 
 750. Central District & Printing Telegraph Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., August 27, 1908 
 751. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Lewis Brothers, October 16, 1908 
 752. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and National Mining Co., November 11, 1908 
 753. American Surety Co. of N. Y. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., November 7, 1908 
 754. Illinois Collieries Co., November 26, 1904-October 17, 1916 
 756. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and John Crawford, July 30, 1908 
 757. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Charles Cranstan, November 9, 1908 
 758. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Allegheny National Bank, November 20, 1908 
 760. Austin L. Bailey and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, October 14, 1908-March 11, 1915 
 761. Martha & Daniel Ross and Pittsburgh Coal Co of Pennsylvania, November 10, 1908 
 765. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Tablet & Ticket Co., January 21, 1909 
 766. James Gilmore, et. ux. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, December 29, 1908 
 769. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Farmers Co-Operative Supply Co., February 1, 1909 
 772. Monongahela Railroad Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, July 1, 1908 
 774. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 27, 1909 
 775. George H. Bennett et. al. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, May 15, 1908 
 776. Port Huron & Duluth Steamship Co., C. O. Duncan & F. D. Jenks and Pittsburgh Coal Co., February 8, 1909 
 777. Central District & Printing Telegraph Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, March 10, 1909 
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 778. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., September 16, 1871-January 4, 1943  128
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 780. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., October 10, 1899-April 30, 1909 48
 782. R.G. Sharpe et. ux. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, March 18, 1909 
 783. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Joseph Vlk, March 18, 1909 
 784. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh, McKeesport & Youghiogheny RR Co., April 23, 1909 
 785. George B. Forsythe and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, April 25, 1909 
 786. George Z. Hosack (agent PCC) and Frank Strijeck, May 4, 1909 
 789. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Francis L. Robbins, May 11, 1909 
 790. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Earnest Mitchell and Ben Rathbone, May 13, 1909 
 791. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Franklin Transportation Co., January 17, 1902 
 793. Pittsburgh, Bessemer & Lake Erie RR Co., Bessemer & Lake Erie RR Co., Union RR Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, February 25, 1907-May 18, 1909 
 794. George Still and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., May 12, 1909 
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 795. American Directory Co. and Youghiogheny Coal Co., May 13, 1909 49
 797. Westmoreland Coal Co. and Elkins Gas Coal Co., April 3, 1895 
 798. Ephraim & Nancy E. Craig and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., October 18, 1884 
 800. Samuel Hall and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., January 18, 1878 
 801. David S. Carothus Heirs, Pennsylvania Trust Co. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., August 17, 1901 
 802. C.C. Schoeller and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co.-August 13, 1891 
 803. John M. and James A. Telford and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., March 1, 1897 
 804. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co. and Martin Raspet, June 14, 1909 
 805. Pennsylvania Mining Co. and Pittsburgh, Carnegie & Western Railroad Co., January 30, 1902 
 806. George Z. Hosack, agent for PCC and Denzel Zastana, June 9, 1909 
 807. George Z. Hosack, agent for PCC and Emanuel Hribal, June 8, 1909-October 5, 1910 
 808. Union Trust Co. of Pittsburgh and Youghiogheny Gas Coal Co., May 12, 1909 
 809. Chamber of Commerce of Pittsburgh, July 8, 1909 
 811. Tri-State Gas Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., July 1, 1909 
 812. W. G. Goff and Pittsburgh Coal Co., July 15, 1909 
 815. George Z. Hosack, agent PCC and Joseph Oblock, July 23, 1909 
 816. Chrysanthos Bros. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., August 2, 1909 
 817. Pittsburgh & Castle Shannon RR Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, July 28, 1909 
 819. Theodore Charlon and Pittsburgh Coal Co, July 30, 1909 
 820. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Bethel Telephone Co., July 1, 1909 
 822. Pittsburgh Terminal RR & Coal Co. and Colonial Trust Co. Trustees, July 16, 1909 
 823. Turtle Creek & Allegheny River RR Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), October 9, 1912-April 6, 1914 
 825. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Co., August 31, 1909 
 828. Hamilton Gas Light Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., July 9, 1909 
 829. John Unterreiner, Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., June 26-September 10, 1909 
 830. City of Sault Ste. Marie, MI and Port Royal Dock Co., June 28, 1909-September 17, 1914 
 831. Pittsburgh Junction RR Co. and W. H. Berger, November 3, 1886 
 832. Robert McKnight et. ux. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., January 19, 1883 
 833. William B. Linhart and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Company, September 10, 1874 
 834. Emanuel Stotler, December 2, 1811-June 23, 1886 
 835. Charles Myers and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, September 13, 1909 
 836. Eveline Wright et. ux. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., September 22, 1909 
 837. Joseph F. Wallace et. al. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, September 15, 1909 
 838. James Briggs and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, August 31, 1909 
 839. George Z. Hosack, agent for PCC and Vencil Lulla et. ux., September 29, 1909 
 841. Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 27, 1909 
 842. Elkins Gas Coal Co. and Westmoreland Coal Co., April 3, 1895 
 843. George Z. Hosack, agent for PCC and Paul Kosmach, September 24, 1909 
 848. C. L. Snowden & S. S. Graham, Trustees of the estate of Adam Jacobs, September 23, 1909 
 849. Duquesne Light Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., September 24, 1909 
 851 A-C. United Coal Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, July 1, 1905-February 28, 1912 
 851 D-F. United Coal Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, February 28, 1912-February 28, 1919 
 852. J. N. Kerr and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, October 14, 1909 
 854. Sarah L. Hershey and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, October 18, 1909 
 855. Joseph W. Wolfe and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, October 21, 1909 
 856. T. T. Gillespie and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, October 25, 1909 
 857. Johnston Farm Co. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., October 15, 1909 
 858. G. Dauenhauer & Sons Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, November 4, 1909 
 859. South West Pennsylvania Pipe Lines and Pittsburgh Coal Co., July 29, 1902 
 860. Canadian Northern Coal & Ore Dock Co., June 1, 1906 
 861. Ohio Coal Co. (of Wisconsin)-January 25, 1902 & July 15, 1931 
 863. William H. Hyde and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), November 3-11, 1909  
 864. William D. McCrory and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, November 9, 1909-June 1, 1910 
 867. Mrs. Charity Anderson et. al. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, November 10, 1909 
 869. Mary McKenna and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, November 10, 1919 
 870. H.C. Casebar and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, October 30, 1909 
 872. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Margaret Wilson, November 29, 1905 
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 873. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, Alva M. Walters and L. H. Frasher, November 17, 1909 50
 876. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, January 20, 1910 
 877. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, January 20, 1910 
 879. John Hershey, et ux. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, December 2, 1909 
 880. Mansfield Coal & Coke Co. and Robert S. Chess et al., October 10, 1907 
 881. Thomas Cook, et al. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, January 3, 1910 
 882. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Westmoreland & Fayette Telephone Co., December 27, 1909 
 883. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Wallace E. Jumper et ux., January 27, 1910-October 31, 1912 
 884. Joseph W. Wolfe & Son and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, January 27, 1910 
 885. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Central District & Printing Telegraph Co., January 21, 1910 
 887. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Cyrus E. Woods, January 28, 1910 
 888. Consolidated Gas Co. of N.Y. and Michael & John Tracey, February 3, 1910 
 889. John A. Cook et ux. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, January 20, 1910 
 891. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co. and M. L. Ramaley, June 18, 1910 
 892. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Isabelle Speelman, February 28, 1910 
 893. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Robert W. Speelman, February 28, 1910 
 895. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Samuel Welsh, February 23, 1910-May 28, 1913 
 897. Manor Real Estate & Trust Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, February 18, 1910-February 23, 1911 
 898. The Bradstreet Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 1, 1910-March 14, 1914 
 899. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., December 30, 1909 
 900. Barnes Laundry Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 24, 1910 
 901. Pennsylvania Water Co. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., April 11, 1910 
 903. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and John Adolph Schaub, July 14, 1909 
 904. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and W. W. Luce, April 18, 1910 
 905. Dawson Construction Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, April 14, 1910 
 907. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Central District & Printing Telegraph Co., March 29, 1910 
 908. Samuel M. and Mary E. Riddle and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., March 30, 1910 
 910. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., March 1904 
 911. Murrysville Telephone Co. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., May 23, 1910-April 4, 1924 
 912. H.F. Stark and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., May 16, 1910 
 913. South Pittsburgh Water Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., May 10, 1910 
 914. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and W. K. Field, May 25, 1910 
 915. T. D. Gladden et ux. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, May 17, 1910 
 916. Frank J. Morrone and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., May 13, 1910 
 917. Central District & Printing Telegraph Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, March 12, 1910 
 918. Emma U. Brown and C. M. Underhill, June 23, 1910 
 919. Emma U. Slee and C. M. Underhill, June 15, 1910 
 921. P. J. Mc Call and West End Coal & Coke Co., August 11, 1908 
 922. John A. Englert and Pittsburgh Coal Co., June 1, 1909 
 923. Baltimore & Ohio RR Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., July 20, 1910 
 926. Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co. and Mansfield Coal & Coke Co., October 22, 1908 
 927. Mansfield Coal & Coke Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), November 1891-July 6, 1892  
 930. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co. and W. H. Graham, December 27, 1895 
 931. J.A. Suter and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., February 4, 1910 
 934. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Commissioners of Wilkins Township, June 3, 1910 
 935. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Crucible Steel Co., March 25, 1909 
 936. Pennsylvania Co. and The American Trimming Co., March 31, 1910-April 1, 1920 
 937. Duquesne Towel & Supply Co., May 10, 1910 
 938. Black Diamond Co., July 27, 1910 
 939. Coal Trade Co., July 28, 1910 
 940. The Retail Coalman, July 27, 1910 
 941. The Coal Trade Journal, August 1, 1910 
 943. Andrew G. Smith and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, July 13, 1910 
 944. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., February 10, 1909-February 9, 1910 
 945. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co. and Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., April 6, 1908 
 947. Mrs. Evaline Hall and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., May 1, 1893 
 948. Ellen M. Chalfant , Liberty Coal Co. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., January 17- 31, 1902 
 949. Ellen M. Chalfant, et al. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., December 7, 1907 
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 950. Joseph Lovett and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., September 14, 1908 51
 951. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co. and W. G. Lane, August 2, 1902 
 952. Robert P. Linhart et ux. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., May 28, 1903 
 953. Robert & John M. Kirkpatrick and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., December 8, 1903 
 954. William F. Kenny and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., October 31, 1899 
 955. Gustav Klein and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., July 9, 1903 
 956. J. G. Hamblin and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., December 10, 1908 
 957. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co. and Alexander Gordon Estate, October 28, 1905 
 958. William H. Graham, April 2, 1907 
 959. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co. and M. Graner, July 22, 1880 
 960. Michael Graver, Deceased and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., March 15, 1886 
 961. Harry E. Geisler et al. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., March 29, 1902 
 962. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co. and Equitable Gas Co., May 17, 1889 
 963. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co. and Enterprise Brick & Stone Co., December 1, 1904 
 964. Duquesne Coal Co. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., July 1-August 13, 1879 
 965. James Daugherty et al. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., September 11, 1906 
 966. S. W. Mc Dermitt and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., January 1, 1904 
 967. Dickson, Stewart & Co. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., March 8, 1872 
 968. John Duff et ux. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., December 15, 1896-April 15, 1899 
 969. Peter Double and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., June 24, 1887 
 970. Church Hill Cemetary Co. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., October 18, 1882-April 9, 1902 
 971. Dr. William M. Caruthers Estate and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., December 17, 1901-January 15, 1921 
 973. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co. and J. B. Corey, May 5, 1885 
 974. Ralph & Robert Collins et al. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., December 4, 1903 
 975. Robert Clark, Sr. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., August 26, 1879 
 976. H. R. Chalfant Heirs and A. O. Tinstman (assigned to New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co.), January 31, 1903 
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 977. Borough of Edgewood and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., October 14, 1901  128
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 978. Monasses S. Boyle and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co, October 18, 1906 51
 979. Eli W. Boyd et ux and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., April 2, 1883 
 980. Bessemer & Lake Erie RR Co. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), April 27, 1905 
 981. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co. and John Alexander Estate, March 15, 1893 
 983. David A. Anderson et ux. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., March 31, 1903 
 984. Lawrence Barckhoff and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., January 6, 1908 
 985. William Johnston and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., July 10, 1884 
 987. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Ann Shaughnessy et al., June 29, 1908 
 988. Coal & Coke Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., September 7, 1910 
 990. Central District & Printing Telegraph Co., May 31, 1910 
 991. Central Distirct & Printing Telegraph Co., December 23, 1907-November 11, 1912 
 992. W. L. Johnson and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, September 6, 1910 
 993 A. W. L. Johnson and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), September 6-9, 1910  
 993 B. W. L. Johnson and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), September 6, 1910  
 993 C. W. L. Johnson and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), September 6, 1910  
 993 D. W. L. Johnson and Citizens Savings & Trust Co., September 6, 1910 
 995. Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, October 26, 1910 
 1000. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and A. L. Sampson and Bernhardt Hormel, October 13, 1910 
 1001. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and William E. Harmon, September 27, 1910 
 1002. D. J. Riffle and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, October 19, 1910 
 1003. Joseph W. Wolfe and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, October 11, 1910 
 1004. Mansfield Coal & Coke Co. and Samuel Allinder et al., October 10, 1907 
 1005. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Central District & Printing Telegraph Co., August 18, 1910 
 1006. Joseph N. Robbins and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, October 10, 1910 
 1008. Bollinger-Andrews Construction Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, November 2, 1910 
 1019. Allegheny County Light Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., November 28, 1910 
 1021. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Edmund R. Weise, October 26, 1910 
 1023. William Snyder et ux. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., January 27, 1887 
 1024. Jacob & Minnie Gabriel and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., March 6, 1902-April 26, 1912 
 1025. James Gray et ux. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., October 25, 1886 
 1026. James Armstrong and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., March 18, 1901 
 1027. James Armstrong and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., June 19, 1903 
 1028. August Miller and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., December 10, 1906 
 1029. John Morrone and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., November 1, 1897 
 1030. Ephraim Hays Estate and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., October 30, 1886 
 1031. Mrs. Kate Bartley and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., March 31, 1910 
 1032. J. B. Morgan Estate and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., March 31, 1910 
 1034. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Albert Hideck, November 23-December 30, 1910 
 1035. H. W. Leonard and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), December 14, 1910  
 1036. Industrial Index Publishing Co. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., March 18, 1901 
 1037. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and James T. Fox, November 23, 1910 
 1038. Old Colony Building-Herbert M. Sears (Trustee) and Pittsburgh Coal Co., December 6, 1910 
 1039. William J. Fryer and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, December 16, 1910 
 1040. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Clarkson Coal & Dock Co., November 1, 1910 
 1042. Pennsylvania Water Co. and New York & Cleveland Gas Cal Co., November 3, 1908 
 1043. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Perry Iron Co. of Erie, December 15, 1910 
 1044. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Canada Cement Co., Ltd., October 19, 1910 
 1045. Baltimore & Ohio RR Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., December 22, 1910 
 1046. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co. and The Turtle Creek Land & Improvement Co., April 1, 1907 
 1047. West Penn Electric Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, January 1, 1911 
 1049. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Bell Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania, August 8, 1931 
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 1054. Charleroi Telephone Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, February 21, 1911 52
 1055. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Metal Poster Co., May 27, 1930 
 1056. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Westmoreland-Fayette Telephone Co., December 2, 1910 
 1060. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and W. K. Thompson, June 23, 1910 
 1062. Antony Colangelo and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, February 20, 1911 
 1065-1. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Illinois, December 31, 1923-December 4, 1942 
 1066. H.W. Oliver Estate, Pittsburgh Coal Co., and F.C. Smith, February 10, 1911 
 1068. John Birkham, January 31, 1911 
 1070. T.H. McGraw, Jr. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, January 18, 1911 
 1072. Mitchell & Co., January 23, 1911 
 1073. American Slavonic Gazette, January 28, 1911 
 1075. Brieck Brothers Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), March 31-August 5, 1911 
 1078. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Central District & Printing Telegraph Co., March 1, 1911 
 1080. Stiers Lewis and M. R. Allen, Trustee of Thomas McFarland Estate, December 24, 1894-March 21, 1911 
 1081. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Grant Thomas, April 17, 1911 
 1082. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Andrew Robertson, March 10, 1911 
 1087. Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, April 26, 1911 
 1088. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Co., April 19, 1911 
 1089. Mary S. Baysinger and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, April 6, 1901 
 1090. Antony Colangelo and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, May 5, 1911 
 1091. Antony Colangelo and Pittsburgh Coal Co., May 5, 1911 
 1092. A. W. Horton Estate, James McDonald and Frank Sobota, March 15, 1911 
 1093. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., April 13, 1911 
 1094. Hennepin Holding Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Wisconsin, March 27, 1911 
 1097. William J. McCracken, Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., March 31, 1911 
 1098. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, April 11-May 29, 1911 
 1099. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Thomas Ceney et ux., April 26, 1911 
 1100. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Minech & Philips, May 6, 1911 
 1101. Fayette Coal Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, April 26, 1911 
 1102. Steel Co. of Canada Ltd., February 8, 1911 
 1106. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, John W. Bell and Robert Wilson Bell, December 13, 1904 
 1109. Anna Zeller Watson and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, November 17, 1909 
 1110. Mrs. Jane Marshall and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., March 19, 1910 
 1113. Joseph H. Morrow and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., July 6, 1908-May 13, 1914 
 1114. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and William J. Athey, July 12, 1911 
 1116. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and John Dimsar, July 12, 1911 
 1122. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and John Telban, November 9, 1911 
 1125. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and John F. Howley & Co., July 1, 1911 
 1126. Benjamin Kelley Morrow, John Andrew Morrow and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., March 15, 1895 
 1127. Henry Morrow and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., February 27, 1879 
 1131. W. J. Willoughby and Richard Baxter, June 14, 1911 
 1132. Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway Co., Ashtabula Dock Co., Pickands-Mather Co., Pittsburgh Coal Co., and Pittsburgh & Conneaut Dock Co., August 10, 1910 
 1133. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and W. F. Wager, September 29, 1911 
 1134. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Dominion of Canada, August 29, 1911 
 1135. Second National Building Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., September 29, 1911 
 1140. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Henry Northey, June 22, 1911 
 1141. John Matis and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., March 27, 1883 
 1142. Sarah A. McGuire et al. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., September 26, 1902 
 1143. Barney McGoldrick and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., December 27, 1887 
 1144. Margaret & William J. McCulley and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., March 30, 1906 
 1145. Robert McConnell et ux. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., September 27, 1906 
 1146. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co. and Joel Greiss, Guardian for June Ramsden, May 5, 1879 
 1147. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co. and Turtle Creek Land & Improvement Co., September 1, 1904 
 1149. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., April 28, 1899 
 1150. Robert McGregor et ux., John Peterman and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., July 31, 1890 
 1151. Jesse & George Morris and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., December 10, 1878 
 1152. Christ Nehrig and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., September 11, 1893 
 1153. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Vencil Sedina, November 8, 1911 
 1160. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co. and David A. Miller, April 22, 1892 
 1161. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., February 2, 1869-October 10, 1908 
 1164. Colonial Coke Co. and Germer Stove Co., March 28, 1911 
 1165. Henry Reiter and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., April 16, 1878 
 1166. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co. and William A. Robb, November 15, 1901 
 1167. James E. & Rollo R. Stotler, James McJenkins, Guardian and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., June 16, 1906 
 1168. James A. Sharp and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., December 14, 1904-February 24, 1905 
 1169. Robert Sharp and W. B. Rath, August 6, 1904 
 1170. David Shaw and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., April 12, 1875 
 1171. William Schneider and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., July 6, 1891 
 1172. George Schneider and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., March 24, 1890 
 1173. Hussey, Howe & Co., Ltd. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., February 5, 1887 
 1174. Isabella Speelman and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., February 13, 1876 
 1176. A. Blair Thaw et al. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., April 27, 1893 
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 1177. Matthew Taylor and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., September 18, 1876  128
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 1180. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co. and Wilson, Walker & Co., July 1, 1883 52
 1181. Wilmerding Supply Co. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., October 19, 1903 
 1182. Bridget Wolfe and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., May 7, 1903 
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 1183. George D. Whitcomb and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., August 7, 1883 53
 1193. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Louis Godfrey et ux., October 1, 1931 
 1200. E. E. Patterson and John A. Black, December 7, 1911 
 1201. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Minnie McChancey, January 1, 1912 
 1202. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Ann C. Baker, September 27, 1909 
 1205. Pittsburgh Coal Co. Stockholders, February 21, 1901-March 24, 1928 
 1210. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and John W. Johnen, February 28, 1912  
 1211. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Michael Harvath, January 19, 1912 
 1212. H. F. Stark and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, March 4, 1902 
 1214. Dravo Contracting Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), March 14, 1912  
 1217. Lee & Hamilton Coal Co. (Lee & Hamilton, Inc.), January 10, 1905-March 28, 1914 
 1218. Saw Mill Run Coal & Supply Co., November 6, 1902-March 16, 1914 
 1219. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Joseph McMurray, April 1, 1912 
 1220. Edward J. House and Saw Mill Run Coal & Supply Co., March 30, 1910 
 1221. South Pittsburgh Water Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., June 23, 1911 
 1225. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Otto Georgi et ux., March 12, 1912 
 1229. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Frank Bouma, March 27, 1912 
 1230. Alice B. Phillips, April 22, 1912 
 1231. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., March 24, 1883-September 1, 1904 
 1236. Freda H. and John Low and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, February 28, 1912 
 1238. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Dr. C. N. VanSickle, April 24, 1912 
 1255. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. and Soo-River Coal Isle Co., June 20, 1912 
 1256. Robert S. and George M. Todd, et ux and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, July 24, 1912 
 1259. New York Central RR Co., Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., June 1, 1912-October 27, 1922 
 1261. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Co, June 29, 1912 
 1267. John W. Phillips and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, July 31, 1912 
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 1273. The Ontario Coal & Supply Co., August 11, 1910-June 2, 1914  128
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 1277. James Allingham and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, September 11, 1912-January 29, 1913 53
 1282. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and David Strang, September 25, 1917 
 1287. Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway Co., Edward Gillen Dredge Dock & Construction Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., October 1, 1912-June 19, 1917 
 1293. Westmoreland Coal Co. and Elkins Gas Coal Co., July 25, 1901 
 1294. Cleveland & Pittsburgh Coal Co., April 26, 1869 
 1296. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Frank J. Hurl, September 25, 1931 
 1298. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and David Long et ux., October 23, 1912 
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 1299. Alexander Dempster-November 1912, June 28, 1913 123
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 1302. F. M. Wallace et ux and School District of Franklin Township, August 31, 1914 53
 1302. Pedora Lot Sale Agreements (folders 1-2), August 22, 1911-June 9, 1927 
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 1302. Pedora Lot Sale Agreements (folders 3-7), August 22, 1911-June 9, 1927 54
 1304. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and National Mining Co., December 13, 1912-July 8, 1915 
 1305. The Bell Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh Coal Co., October 5, 1931-April 21, 1936 
 1306. Peoples Natural Gas Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., December 23, 1912 
 1308. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Belle Vernon Coke Co., October 31, 1912-February 28, 1917 
 1311. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Fayette Coal Co., March 31, 1913 
 1312. Lehigh Valley Coal Sales Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Wisconsin, April 15, 1913 
 1313. Crescent Coal Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 27-April 1, 1913 
 1315. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Ebenezer Baughman, February 23, 1910 
 1316. John Troup et ux, January 17, 1913 
 1317. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and John I. Bishop et al (exec's of Jacob Ridgeway's will), February 2, 1911 
 1318. Thomas Kruznick et ux and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, October 25, 1912 
 1320. Michael Murgachi, February 21, 1910 
 1321. Harry L. Wible and Jesse M. Hays, April 4, 1910 
 1323. Annie B. Sprowls, July 11, 1907 
 1324. Louisa W. Cenis, wife of Joseph Cenis, January 29, 1913 
 1325. Julian Sienec, January 29, 1913 
 1326. Arnold Gilissen, August 7, 1912 
 1328. Mullen Coal Co., March 1, 1913 
 1329. Hoffman Brothers, February 18, 1913 
 1331. Two Rector Street Corporation, Ralston Steel Car Co., and Edward J. Walsh, James H. Woods, J.D. Huddell, March 14, 1913-January 28, 1925 
 1332. Elkins Gas Coal Co. and Westmoreland Coal Co.- April 3, 1895-June 13, 1913 
 1334. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Josephine Anderson, April 15, 1913 
 1335. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and C. E. Carothers, March 6, 1913 
 1345. Luther M. Morgan, March 7, 1913 
 1354. Martha E. Clements et al and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, October 18, 1912-June 25, 1913 
 1355. Feather & Wilkey and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, July 23, 1913 
 1357. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Andy Nalepa, June 16, 1913 
 1358. S. J. Harry Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, June 24, 1913 
 1360. Joseph A. Maxwell Mule Co., July 7, 1913 
 1361. William Francis Campbell and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, July 2, 1913 
 1362. H. P. Soles and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, June 9, 1913 
 1363. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Samuel M. & Mary E. Riddle, June 28, 1911 
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 1366. H. F. Stark and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, June 9-September 26, 1913 55
 1367. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and David Strang, July 23, 1913-November 24, 1925 
 1369 A. Thomas M. Cowden et al and F. M. Wallace, April 9, 1913-April 1, 1914 
 1369. (Supplemental Agreements)John Corbett et al. and Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), January 11-June 26, 1916 
 1370. Lehigh Valley Coal Sales Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Wisconsin, September 4, 1913-May 1, 1916 
 1371. Pittsburgh Gazette Times, October 28, 1912-August 18, 1913 
 1372. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania (rights of way), July 26-August 21, 1913 
 1373. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Morton Samuels (M. Samuels & Co.), July 23, 1913 
 1374. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Robert E. Galbraith et ux, July 15, 1912 
 1376. The Marine Review and Pittsburgh Coal Co., September 17, 1913 
 1388. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and William F. Linsley, June 24, 1929 
 1397. First Second National Bank, Pittsburgh Coal Co., Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., Saw Mill Run Coal & Supply Co., October 15, 1913 
 1398. James Lyle, September 18, 1897 
 1400. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Meadow Lands Coal Co. (John Murphy), July 2, 1913 
 1401. William B. Scaife & Sons Co., December 6, 1913 
 1402. The Army & Navy Magazine, January 22, 1914 
 1403. Railway Club of Pittsburgh, December 24, 1913 
 1407. Wm. H. Work and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., December 1, 1910 
 1408. Hugh Nevin and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., December 23, 1913-May 8, 1914 
 1410. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and T. J. Underwood, et al, July 18, 1913 
 1411. E. M. Wichert Co. and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., November 5, 1913 
 1413. Pittsburgh Railways Co. and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., April 15, 1910 
 1414. Pittsburgh Railways Co. and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., May 1, 1910 
 1417. Joseph S. Elliott and William B. Rodgers, December 30, 1897 
 1428. Monga Land Co. and Patterson Bros., March 4, 1914 
 1430. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Thomas Harper, December 1, 1913 
 1431. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Benjamin Hormel & A. L. Sampson, December 1, 1913 
 1432. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Williams Fuel Co (Thomas Harper), January 30, 1914 
 1435. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and John Eichleay Jr. Co., February 11, 1914 
 1436. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and School District of Mifflin Township, September 10, 1913 
 1437. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and W. F. Weddell, September 11, 1913 
 1438. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and John & Reese Evans (Dravosburg Coal & Supply Co.), November 9, 1905-September 24, 1924 
 1441. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and George W. Gumbert, August 30, 1912 
 1443. John Eichleay Jr. Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, January 26, 1914 
 1444. John Eichleay Jr. Co. and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., January 28, 1914 
 1445. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., January 15, 1901-March 17, 1915 
 1446. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Henderson Coal Co., January 30, 1912 
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 1448. Illinois Collieries Co., March 23, 1914 56
 1448-1. Illinois Collieries Co. and Glenridge Coal Co., December 30, 1909-November 1910 
 1448-2. Illinois Collieries Co. and L. W. Senseny, Lessee, March 31, 1911 
 1448-3. Illinois Collieries Co. and Ernest Puttkammer & T. C. Loucks, Lessees, May 1, 1909-November 1910 
 1448-4. Illinois Collieries Co. and Northern Coal & Supply Co., November 1910-May 1912 
 1448-5. Illinois Collieries Co. and T. H. Braley, lessee, June 15, 1911 
 1448-6. Illinois Collieries Co. and J. L. Dickerson, lessee, September 16, 1909-January 1911 
 1449. Marine Coal Co. and Monongahela Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., July 1, 1909 
 1450. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Harry Nix & Ferdinand Messing, June 25, 1904 
 1451. Robert Jenkins Jr. Estate and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., July 1, 1910 
 1454. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Tempest Brick Co., Ltd. (Transferred to #1566), March 21, 1902 
 1455. Joseph C. Rosenberger and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, March 25, 1914 
 1456. Illinois Central RR Co. and Ohio Valley Coal & Mining Co., August 17, 1888-April 1, 1909 
 1457. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and John J. Heard, February 28, 1914-January 12, 1927 
 1460. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and AWaterways Journal@, April 10, 1914 
 1461. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Charles Porter, May 28, 1913 
 1462. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Rocks Coal & Coke Co., July 29, 1907-February 21, 1914 
 1463. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Peter Pashe, March 7, 1914 
 1466. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Youghiogheny & Ohio Coal Co., April 30, 1914-October 21, 1915 
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 1470. Monongahela Saw & Planing Mill Co., August 9, 1898-January 4, 1943 128
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 1473. Pittsburgh Coal & Coke Company, May 5, 1906-January 3, 1911 56
 1474. Huntingdon & St. Louis Tow Boat Company, November 19, 1912-January 10, 1918 
 1475. O'Neil Coal & Coke Co., May 28, 1888-December 22, 1916 
 1476. Camden Coal Co., July 1, 1906-February 28, 1917 
 1477. The River Land Co., October 23, 1906-January 4, 1943 
 1478. Ohio Valley Coal & Mining Company, April 20, 1882-December 29, 1917 
 1480. The John F. Irvine Coal Co. Ltd., August 5, 1904-January 5, 1918 
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 1481. United Collieries Co. (Illinois Collieries Co.), October 31, 1903-June 29, 1917 57
 1484. B. F. Bliss, receiver of Illinois Collieries Co. and Montour Coal Co., April 1, 1914 
 1488. Parsons & Parsons, trustees and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., April 1, 1912 
 1489. Commissioners of Allegheny County and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, May 27, 1914 
 1490. River Land Co. and C. J. Bowman, June 3, 1914 
 1492. The Ascension Coal Company Ltd., January 28, 1905 - January 5, 1918 
 1495. Berger Manufacturing Co. and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., July 1, 1896 
 1496. Thomas Mellon and New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., December 29, 1883 
 1497. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., March 27, 1878-October 15, 1886 
 1498. O. R. Pihl & W. B. Miller and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, June 11, 1914 
 1499. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Joseph A. Snarey, June 9, 1914 
 1503. Franklin Township Water Co., September 24, 1903-June 6, 1904 
 1508. S. C. Markell and Pittsburgh Coal Co., June 1913 
 1509. City of Cincinnati and Queen City Coal Co., March 10, 1914 
 1510. George W. Theiss and Joseph Walton & Co., May 1, 1913 
 1513. Ohio River Land & Improvement Co. and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., May 1, 1914 
 1515. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and State of Ohio, June 27, 1914 
 1517. D. J. Riffle and Pittsburgh Coal Co., July 9, 1914 
 1518. Elgin, Joliet & Eastern Railway Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Illinois, April 1, 1914 
 1519. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Martha Wright & Eliza W. Edwards, July 22, 1912 
 1522. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and H. F. Stark, July 13, 1914 
 1524. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and M. W. McClane, July 29, 1914 
 1527. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and John Schwab, July 24, 1914 
 1531. Liston plan of lots, October 26, 1915-September 29, 1924 
 1532. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Co., February 9, 1910-October 28, 1910 
 1534. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and West Kentucky Coal Co., March 2-May 18, 1910 
 1535 A-D. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Barkhausen Coal & Dock Co. (Blueprint pulled to Map-case 1/7/7-8), February 7, 1910-June 19, 1911 
 1535 D-F. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Barkhausen Coal & Dock Co. (Blueprint pulled to Map-case 1/7/7-8, June 1, 1889-October 8, 1910 
 1536. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and James S. Pates, September 23, 1908 
 1539. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Sunshine Coal & Coke Co., Rocks Coal & Coke Co., & Henderson Coal & Coke Co., January 17, 1912 
 1541. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. & Corona Coal & Iron Co., July 1, 1901-January 28, 1918 
 1543. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Benjamin F. McVay, October 12, 1910 
 1544. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and George W. Gumbert, January 13-August 14, 1911 
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 1545. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and American Steel & Wire Co., September 30, 1904 58
 1546. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Joseph Walton & Co. (PCC of Kentucky), May 27, 1894-January 8, 1943 
 1547. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Jacob Baum, June 1, 1905 
 1548. Pittsburgh Coal Co., December 19, 1907 
 1550. William B. Rodgers and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., November 13, 1899 
 1551. Board of Public Works of the City of Louisville and O=Neil Coal & Coke Co., June 27, 1907-May 31, 1917 
 1554. William S. Ludlow et al and James P. Lindsey, Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., March 10, 1899-July 1912 
 1555. William S. Ludlow & Albert S. Ludlow and Queen City Coal Co., November 1, 1912 
 1558. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and School District of Franklin Twp, Westmoreland Co., September 23, 1914 
 1559. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Ellendor Phillips- September 23, 1914 
 1560. Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway and Queen City Coal Co., July 15, 1914 
 1562. James A. Holt and John F. Seebold, Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., November 15, 1892-April 27, 1901 
 1566. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Tempest Brick Co. (3 Building Blueprints transferred to Map Case 1/7/7), June 1, 1899- February 20, 1922 
 1567. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and William Alfred Harvey, October 28, 1914 
 1569. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and W. F. Weddell & A. C. Lewis, September 11, 1913 
 1570. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Diamond Coal & Coke Co., March 31, 1915 
 1571. Milton S. Phillips et ux. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, October 28, 1914 
 1572. Samuel A. Elliot et ux and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., October 28, 1914 
 1575. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Youghiogheny & Ohio Coal Co., October 28, 1914 
 1576. F. M. Wallace (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), October 22, 1914-October 7, 1925  
 1577. F. M. Wallace, July 24, 1914-June 30, 1921 
 1579. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Pleasant Brooks et ux, November 24, 1914 
 1580. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and John Bush et ux, November 24, 1914 
 1581. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Erie Poster Adv. Co., November 20, 1914 
 1582. F. M. Wallace (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), November 27, 1914-May 14, 1923  
 1583. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Frank & Victoria Thermes, November 14, 1914 
 1584. Baton Rouge Coal & Towing Company, November 6, 1907 
 1585. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Mattie D. & Sarah M. Pierce, March 15, 1911 
 1586. William Pascoe et al. and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., May 25, 1911 
 1593. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Kennedy Coal Co., August 8, 1911 
 1594. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Gayose Coal Co., May 29, 1906-February 29, 1912 
 1595. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Pittsburgh & Erie Coal Co., November 26, 1907 
 1597. The Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis Railway and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., July 1908 
 1598. Herbert N. Sergent, et ux and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, August 9, 1912 
 1603. Margaret C. Phillips and Pittsburgh Coal Co., December 10, 1914 
 1604. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Anselmo Zucco, December 23, 1914 
 1605. Chicago & Erie RR Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Illinois, December 23, 1914 
 1609. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and James Harper & John Shanta, December 23, 1914 
 1613. Harmony, Cumberland Presbyterian Church of Wick Haven and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, July 20, 1914 
 1614. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Alice Davis, January 27, 1915 
 1615. D. J. Ruffle and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, February 1, 1915 
 1616. Sorento Coal Co., July 1, 1902-March 16, 1920 
 1617. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, January 25, 1915-February 15, 1915 
 1618. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., January 25, 1915-March 1, 1915 
 1619. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Fred M. Burke, February 5, 1915 
 1621. Ohio Valley Coal & Mining Co. and A. R. Long, February 19-May 7, 1915 
 1622. Richard Fife and F. M. Wallace, December 21, 1914 
 1623. Montour Railroad Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, January 1, 1915-October 1, 1922 
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 1626. Fidelity Title & Trust Co., Trustee and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., January 1, 1915 59
 1629. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and German Beneficial Union District #266, March 2, 1915 
 1632. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and City of Pittsburgh, April 12, 1915 
 1633. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and South Pittsburgh Water Co., April 1, 1915 
 1636. E. D. Neal and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., July 16, 1912 
 1637. George C. Burgwin et al and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., August 17, 1912 
 1640. Jacob S. Smith and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., January 1, 1913 
 1641. Catherine E. Nugent and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., March 1, 1913 
 1643. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., February 24, 1913-January 17, 1921 
 1645. John Birkhamer and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), July 1, 1913  
 1647. D. J. Riffle and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, April 28, 1915 
 1648. The Duffy Realty Co. and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., December 1, 1911 
 1650. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Louis Berlich et ux, April 28, 1915 
 1652. C. M. Davis and Ohio Valley Coal & Mining Co., August 1, 1907-March 15, 1911 
 1653. Martha E. Clements et al and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, March 27, 1915 
 1654. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Angelo Tessaro, April 28, 1915 
 1655. Pittsburgh & Eastern Coal Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, March 19, 1915 
 1657. Monongahela Saw & Planing Mill Co., October 2, 1912-December 23, 1916 
 1658. Eugene B. & Caroline A. Howard and The Queen City Coal Co., July 12, 1913 
 1660. Vesta Coal Co. and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal Co., September 11, 1913 
 1661. Robert & Jennie Wood and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., December 2, 1913 
 1668. F. M. Wallace (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), April 17, 1916-November 15, 1917  
 1669. J. H. S. Mowry & John N. Mowry et al and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, April 9-June 17, 1915 
 1671. Pennsylvania Mining Co. and Henry Wick, May 1, 1903 
 1673. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Diamond Coal & Coke Co., February 26, 1912 
 1676. Luther M. Morgan, May 21, 1913-May 24, 1916 
 1679. Robert Todd, June 4, 1915 
 1683. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and John Robinson, June 23, 1915 
 1684. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Bert F. Field, June 23, 1915 
 1685. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and James R. Wylie, June 23, 1915 
 1686. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Tennessee and I. M. Alldredge, November 25, 1914 
 1690. Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. and Ohio Valley Coal & Mining Co., July 6, 1915 
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 1691. The American Trimming Company, June 24, 1912-December 31, 1925  129
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 1692. George E. Wolstoncroft et al and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, August 5, 1915 59
 1696. D. J. Riffle and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, August 28, 1915 
 1699. Patrick Joyes et al and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., November 29, 1901 
 1700. Jefferson Coal Co. and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., November 28, 1910 
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 1701. John C. Zulauf and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., December 16, 1910 60
 1702. Martha Hoffman and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., September 30, 1911 
 1703. The Duffy Realty Co. and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., August 1911 
 1704. Laura A. & E. J. Howard and Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., February 1, 1911 
 1708. General Fire Extinguisher Co., March 3-December 28, 1915 
 1709-1. Pittsburgh Coal Co., Ohio (PCC of Ohio, Inc.), July 26, 1915-August 4, 1924 
 1709-2. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Ohio, Inc, May 27, 1925-December 1, 1942 
 1711. Township of South Fayette and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, August 2, 1915 
 1712. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Delmont Gas Coal Co., July 21-November 24, 1915 
 1716. Roma Plan of Lots, October 9, 1914-October 12, 1923 
 1717. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co., September 17, 1915-January 4, 1943 
 1719. Anglo-French Bonds, October 15, 1915 
 1720. W. N. Gatfield & Robert Maisey and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, September 30, 1915 
 1721. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Middletown Car Co., June 25, 1915 
 1724. Daniel W. Kelly et ux, December 23, 1914 
 1725. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and Snowden Coal Co., June 2, 1916 
 1728. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and James S. Campbell, September 10, 1912 
 1731. Hoffman Brothers and The Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., September 10, 1915 
 1743. Cincinnati Mine Disaster, July 3, 1913-December 16, 1913 
 1746. H. H. & E. C. Halliday and The Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., August 1, 1915 
 1749. Board of Public Works-City of Louisville, Camden Coal Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. (Kentucky), December 18, 1909 
 1750. Commissioners of the Sinking Fund-City of Louisville and Joseph Walton & Co, Inc. 
 1751. Board of Public Works-City of Louisville and C. H. & Henry Bohmer, April 1, 1907 
 1752. James Thorp and The Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., February 22, 1905 
 1758. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and F. J. Fitzharris, January 14, 1916 
 1759. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and T. H. Douglass, September 1, 1915 
 1760. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Pickands, Mather & Co., November 30, 1915 
 1762. W. H. Wilson and Pittsburgh Coal Co., July 1, 1915 
 1764. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania and F. M. Wallace, September 22, 1915 
 1768. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Sharon Steel Hoop Co., December 17, 1915-February 15, 1917 
 1769. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co., March 3, 1916-February 15, 1917 
 1770. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and La Belle Iron Works, April 3, 1916-April 29, 1920 
 1772. Bridgeville Trust Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 1, 1916 
 1773. Frank C. Linhart, et ux and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 14, 1916 
 1775. James A. Sharp, et ux and New York & Cleveland Gas Co., February 1, 1916 
 1777. H. J. Kimball and Pittsburgh Coal Co., April 1, 1916 
 1786. Sarah Feree et al and Pittsburgh Coal Co., February 7, 1916 
 1787. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Clairton Land Co. (Carnegie Steel Co.), January 6-July 13, 1916 
 1788. Isaac Wall & Sarah Wall and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 8, 1916 
 1790. H. F. Stark and Pittsburgh Coal Co., April 26, 1916 
 1791. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy RR Co. and Illinois Collieries Co., December 1, 1912 
 1792. St. Louis, Springfield & Peria RR and Illinois Collieries Co., March 15, 1912 
 1803. Montour Railroad Co., Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Union Trust Co. of Pittsburgh, January 1-19, 1916 
 1804. Frances Finley et al, February 12, 1916 
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 1806. Mrs. Henry Williams and Illinois Collieries Co. (Montour Coal Co.), April 16-June 4, 1915 61
 1807. Patrick R. Sullivan (Heirs) and Illinois Collieries Co., July 15, 1909 
 1811. Elisha P. Howell and Pittsburgh Coal Co., May 16, 1916-March 7, 1933 
 1812. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Carnegie Coal Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), May 24-October 28, 1916  
 1813. Louisville & Nashville RR Co. and Camden Coal Co., May 14, 1910 
 1814. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and McClane Mining Co., February 21, 1916 
 1824. Jacob E. Ridgeway Plan, June 1-June 21, 1916 
 1826. Jefferson Safe Deposit Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Illinois, June 9, 1916 
 1828. Duquesne Light Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., June 1, 1916 
 1829. R. L. Aubrey and The Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., September 15, 1915 
 1830. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Peters Creek Gas Coal Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), August 11, 1916-October 1, 1935  
 1832. Central Youghipgheny Coal Co., July 31, 1916-September 16, 1925 
 1833. Florence Brown et al, September 29, 1916 
 1834. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Illinois and Montour Coal Co., August 18, 1916 
 1835. The New Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Blue Jay Coal Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), August 25, 1916  
 1840. West Memphis Packet Co. and The Pittsburgh Coal Co. (Tennessee), May 12, 1916 
 1841. William J. Bunn and Fidelity & Deposit Co., September 18, 1916 
 1851. Pittsburgh Coal & Coke Co., December 5, 1916 
 1855. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Charlerois Poster Advertising Co., November 1, 1916-November 4, 1933 
 1860. Louisa Campbell, September 27, 1916-January 7, 1917 
 1861. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Emery Gates, September 11, 1916 
 1862. The Fayette City Real Estate & Improvement Co., January 10, 1917 
 1863. George E. Adams, December 6, 1916 
 1870. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Pittsburgh Porter Advertising Co., February 1, 1917 
 1871. War Department, US and Pittsburgh Coal Co. (Kentucky), December 16, 1916 
 1872. The Chicago & Alton RR Co. and Montour Coal Co., February 1, 1911 
 1873-1. Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 21, 1917-March 22, 1922 
 1873-4. Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 22, 1933-March 24, 1937 
 1873-2. Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 28, 1923-March 28, 1928 
 1873-3. Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 27, 1929-March 23, 1932 
 1878. Huntington Sand & Gravel Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 1, 1917 
 1879. Montour Coal Co. and Royal Collieries Co., January 8, 1917 
 1880. South Pittsburgh Coal & Supply Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., December 19, 1916 
 1881. The Majestic Co. and The New Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 20, 1917-February 25, 1919 
 1882. The Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and The Union Trust Co. of Pittsburgh, January 1, 1902-March 28, 1917 
 1883. Pittsburgh & Erie Coal Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 12, 1917 
 1884. James Wilson et ux and Pittsburgh Coal Co., November 17, 1916 
 1885. Ethan Stone and Cincinnati Fuel Co., July 1, 1847 
 1886. Guy Brown (Gillespie Coal Co.)(Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), January 10-April 25, 1917 
 1887. The Chicago & Alton RR Co. and Montour Coal Co. (Illinois Collieries Co.), November 8, 1920 
 1888. Commissioners of Highways of Auburn Twp. and Commissioners of Highways of Virden Twp., Illinois, February 24, 1916 
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 1889. H. C. Frick Coke Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, June 8, 1911-March 21, 1945 62
 1891. Joseph S. Elliott and Robert C. Campbell, September 14, 1892 
 1892. The Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Pittsburgh Steel Co., June 6, 1905-March 23, 1917 
 1894. Wabash Railway Co. and Montour Coal Co., August 23, 1906 
 1895. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Meadowlands Coal Co., March 22, 1917 
 1896. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Angelo Micolo, March 1, 1917 
 1897. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and John Teyssier, December 1, 1916 
 1902. J. W. Emery and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 24-June 9, 1917 
 1903. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Gratza Wozlich, April 24, 1917 
 1904. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Emily Dineley, May 5, 1917 
 1905. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Samuel Johnson, May 12, 1917 
 1908. H. F. Stark and Pittsburgh Coal Co., May 29, 1917 
 1910 A-L. Thomas Lowry, trustee, May 20, 1903-October 28, 1904 
 1910 M-Z. Thomas Lowry, trustee, May 8, 1903-March 30, 1904 
 1912. City of Litchfield, IL and Carbon Coal & Manufacturing Co. (assigned to Girard Coal Co.), March 24, 1894 
 1913. James Lorton and Chicago -Virden Coal Co., July 20, 1893 
 1914. Judson T. Williams and Sorento Coal Co., April 1, 1904 
 1916. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Irwin Smith, July 11, 1917 
 1917. Pennsylvania Savings Fund & Loan Association with Mercantile Trust Co., Surety and Pennsylvania Mining Co., June 28, 1901-July 16, 1917 
 1918. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Keystone Steel & Wire Co., June 29, 1917 
 1920. Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic, June 25, 1915-February 28, 1925 
 1928. Sinking Fund, Louisville KY and O=Donnell & Co., December 30, 1919 
 1929. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and United Coal Corporation, July 25, 1917 
 1932. Marie H. Snodgrass and Pittsburgh Coal Land Co., September 5, 1917 
 1934. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Clark Ayres et ux, June 23, 1917 
 1935. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Thomas W. Welfer, September 5, 1917 
 1936. Pittsburgh Coal Co. (NJ) and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, December 31, 1913-July 29, 1914 
 1939. H. F. Stark and Pittsburgh Coal Co., October 24, 1917 
 1940. Montour Coal Co. and N. E. Burton & Herman Schultz, September 8, 1917 
 1941. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Fernand Saut, August 10, 1917 
 1942. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Will Gravese, May 12, 1917 
 1943. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Pleasant Brooks, July 2, 1917 
 1945. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Minnesota By-Product Coke Co., February 1, 1917 
 1946. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Seaboard By-Product Coke Co., February 1, 1917 
 1951. Pittsburgh Coal Co. (KY) and Morris & George Klempner, August 1-September 1, 1917 
 1954. Kanawha & Michigan Railway Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. (WVA), October 11, 1917 
 1956. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Mike Cherevka et ux, May 1, 1917 
 1959. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Ono Kemp, April 5, 1917 
 1961. The Chicago-Virden Coal Co. and The Equitable Trust Co.(assigned to First Trust & Savings Bank), September 19, 1901 
 1962. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and William Henderson et ux., April 5, 1917 
 1964. Pennsylvania Water Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Land Co., April 30, 1916 
 1965. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Inland Steel Co., March 24, 1915-February 15, 1917 
 1966. Montour Coal Co. and Joseph Hann & S. H. Cummins, November 26, 1917 
 1967. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Percy Thompson et ux., April 5, 1917-October 24, 1923 
 1968. Sarah Feree et al. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., February 7, 1916 
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 1969. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Montour Coal Co., December 11, 1917 63
 1978. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and S. A. Barnum, May 23, 1917-May 22, 1918 
 1982. Montour Coal Co. and John E. Sankey, March 1, 1918 
 1983. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and L. P. Carter, July 30, 1918 
 1986. The Springfield Coal Mining & Tile Co., February 19, 1885 
 1987. Climax Trading Co., November 23, 1894 
 1988 A-G. Girard Coal Co., September 1, 1904-November 2, 1905 
 1988 H-Z. Girard Coal Co., February 1, 1904-June 11, 1906 
 1989 A-H. Litchfield Mining & Power Co., September 10, 1878-October 20, 1904 
 1989 J-Z. Litchfield Mining & Power Co., March 17, 1900-June 25, 1904 
 1990. Chicago-Virden Coal Co., March 22, 1893-September 1, 1908 
 1994. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Mike Pucher, February 20, 1918 
 1995. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Thomas Rollins assigned to Mitchell Evans, March 30, 1918 
 1999. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Rush Coal Co., May 22, 1918 
 2000. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and National Tube Co., January 23-May 22, 1918 
 2002. Henry A. Matthews et ux and Pittsburgh Coal Co., June 1, 1918 
 2003. Richard J. Green Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., May 14, 1918 
 2004. V. E. Griffin, May 6, 1918 
 2005. William Seaman and Maryland Casualty Co., May 28, 1918 
 2007. Citizens Sand & Gravel Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., May 1, 1918 
 2009. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Karl Staub, July 24, 1918 
 2010. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Arthur Lee, July 24, 1918 
 2011. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and William F. Sossong, August 5 , 1918 
 2017. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and F. M. Wallace, April 24, 1918 
 2021. M. A. Ford, Adm of James L. McDade Estate, October 8, 1918 
 2023. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Wendelin Shallenberger, October 9, 1918 
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 2024. R. M. Cross et al. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), August 30, 1918-April 25, 1924  64
 2025. Montour Coal Co. and The Ridge Coal Mining Co., August 6, 1918 
 2026. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co., May 29, 1918-June 18, 1924 
 2027. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and McClinton Marshall Co & Hughes-Foulkrod Co., September 30-October 10, 1918 
 2031. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Abraham L. Bowden, October 21, 1918 
 2033. R. Vernon Clark, Trustee (Southern Coal, Coke & Mining Co.), November 25, 1918-October 6, 1919 
 2036. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Stefan Guro, John Petranski, John W. Price and John Yahaviczkj et ux, November 25, 1918 
 2038. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Carnegie Land Co., December 18, 1918 
 2039. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Elia Profio, December 18, 1918 
 2041. Thomas Harper, November 1, 1918 
 2042. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Grover C. Keibler, November 26, 1918 
 2045. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and William Opfer, December 18, 1918 
 2047. Sarah Harriet Stewart et al and Pittsburgh Coal Co., October 1, 1918 
 2049. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and C. W. Bromley, December 30, 1918 
 2050. Isaac N. Hagan and Monga Land Co., February 5, 1919  
 2051. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and John Puckey, February 5, 1919 
 2055. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Sylvester Selva, March 3, 1919-July 28, 1920 
 2057. Pittsburgh Coal Co, Pittsburgh Coal Land Co., and Albert C. Fulton et ux, February 26, 1919 
 2059. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and William E. Carothers, February 4, 1919 
 2060. Elizabeth S. Moore and The Peoples Natural Gas Co., January 18, 1904 
 2061. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and H. C. Frick Coke Co., February 7, 1916 
 2062. Trustees Pittsburgh Division #52 Order of RR Telegraphers, January 20, 1919 
 2063. W. P. Simmons, Attorney for George Seiboll heirs and Peoples Natural Gas Co., December 2, 1915-January 8, 1921 
 2064. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Frances and Charles Caucci, April 23, 1919 
 2065. Westmoreland Coal Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., April 24, 1919 
 2067. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Valentine Gaspari, May 28, 1919 
 2068. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and W. V. Pearson, Jr., July 23, 1919 
 2070. Horacio D. Harilaos, agent and The Pittsburgh Coal Co., May 26-July 1, 1919 
 2072. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and John Haas, June 25, 1919 
 2073. South Pittsburgh Water Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., April 17, 1919 
 2080. John W. Donnan and Pittsburgh Coal Co., July 31, 1919 
 2081. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Saunders C. Bennett, September 24, 1919 
 2082. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Edward Perkins, June 23, 1919 
 2083. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and William E. Coughenour, Jr., September 24, 1919 
 2084. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and William E. Coughenour, October 7-December 19, 1919 
 2085. Hoffmann Bros. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., August 14-September 1, 1919 
 2086. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Robert E. Pangburn et ux, September 5, 1919 
 2087. South Pittsburgh Water Co. and Pittsburgh Water Co., September 3, 1919 
 2088. John G. Schafer and Emma Jane Snyder, August 13, 1919 
 2091. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and William Jacks & Co., August 22, 1916 
 2093. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Joseph Lazzari, September 5, 1919-May 14, 1928 
 2097. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Valentine Berger, August 7, 1919 
 2098. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Frank Janoski et ux, October 8, 1919 
 2101. Charles M. Messmore et ux and Peter E. Sheppard assigned to Pittsburgh Coal Co., October 9, 1919 
 2103. Monga Land Co. and Phoebe Cook, August 15, 1919 
 2105. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Michael Schreiner, December 3, 1919 
 2106. N. C. Morrison, agent and Pittsburgh Coal Land Co., October 16, 1919 
 2112. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Daniel Spencer, et ux, November 11, 1919 
 2113. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and George Pelevich, December 29, 1919 
 2114. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and C. E. Lenhart et al, trustees of the estate of I.W. Semans, October 24-November 5, 1919 
 2118. Pittsburgh Coal Co. et al and Island Creek Coal Co., December 30, 1919 
 2119. Rock Run Fuel Gas Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 6, 1920 
 2121. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Agnes Rank, February 25, 1920 
 2123. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Patrick J. Mc Donough, March 24, 1920 
 2125. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Newton D. Barker, US Secy of War-Inland Waterways Division, March 15, 1920 
 2126. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Zeddie Perry, February 25, 1920 
 2129. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and William T. Horrell, February 6, 1920 
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 2131. Eureka Coal Co., February 2, 1891 65
 2135. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Frank Joseph Harde et ux, April 28, 1920 
 2136. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Nick Liticik, April 28, 1920 
 2142. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and State of Illinois, April 19, 1920 
 2153. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and C. M. Neeld, August 26, 1920 
 2174. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Illinois Coal & Coke Co., July 29-September 1, 1920 
 2181. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Louis Knaus et ux, July 28, 1920 
 2186. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Frank Bennett, September 27, 1920 
 2187. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and James Radcliff, September 27, 1920 
 2188. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and George S. Harrison, September 27, 1920 
 2189. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Leon Berger, August 14, 1920 
 2191. Mary Gilchrist and Pittsburgh Coal Co., October 6, 1920 
 2192. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Dravosburg Oil & Gas Co., November 8, 1920 
 2193. Noah D. Speer, September 24, 1920 
 2195. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and William M. Henderson assigned to Robert & Charles Griffith, September 30, 1920 
 2197. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The New York Central Magazine, October 21, 1920 
 2198. South Pittsburgh Water Co., October 15, 1920 
 2199. Riter-Conley Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), October 26, 1920  
 2203. Melvin Mayfield, November 29, 1920 
 2204. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Pasquale Desantis, October 6, 1920 
 2205. Monga Land Co. and Margaret S. Beachdel, November 23, 1920 
 2207. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and William D. Johnston, November 23, 1920 
 2209. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Martin J. Downey, November 23, 1920 
 2210. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Matthew Smith, November 23, 1920 
 2216. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and R. Stacey Altman et ux & John W. Manown, January 8, 1920 
 2218. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Bess-Etta Coal Co., August 16, 1920 
 2221. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Duquesne Light Co., April 1, 1921 
 2223. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Robert E. Galbraith, January 21, 1921 
 2226. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and William Reeves, April 4, 1921 
 2227. William S. Schafer and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 17, 1921 
 2232. Elizabeth S. Moore et al and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 28, 1921 
 2233. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Joseph Tomn et ux, April 4, 1921 
 2239. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Abraham & Frank Mains, May 25, 1921 
 2243. S. Eleanor Sawyer and Fidelity & Deposit Co. of MD, May 14, 1921 
 2244. Pennsylvania Coal Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Wisconsin et al, March 21, 1921-April 9, 1924 
 2245. Edgewood Country Club, June 16, 1921 
 2246. Pittsburgh Coal Land Company and James Slaughterbeck, June 21, 1921 
 2252. Pittsburgh & Allegheny Telephone Company, July 1, 1921 
 2253. Bob-Lo Coal & Sales Corporation, August 9, 1921 
 2255. Pittsburgh Coal Land Company & Martin Roback et ux., September 6, 1921 
 2256. Clifford Hackey et ux., September 6, 1921-January 21, 1924 
 2264. South Fayette Coal Company, July 23, 1920 
 2265. Eclipse Gas Coal Company (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), September 6, 1919 
 2266. Pittsburgh Coal Land Company & John Archer et ux., November 28, 1921 
 2267. G. B. Bennett, October 5, 1921 
 2268. Pittsburgh Coal Land Company & Joseph Crea et ux., November 7, 1921 
 2271. James A. Dunn et ux and John M. Dunn, August 29, 1919 - September 27, 1921 
 2272. Pittsburgh Coal Land Company and Stephen Gascia, October 5, 1921 
 2278. Pierre J. Mortelette et ux, November 28, 1921 
 2279. Freehold Oil & Gas Company, October 10, 1921 
 2280. Lukes Knafelc, November 28, 1921 
 2287. James Radcliff, January 4, 1921-January 3, 1922 
 2288. The Broad-Third Realty Company, December 16, 1921-April 15, 1927 
 2290. S. J. Harry Company, December 29, 1921-January 10, 1922 
 2294. Pittsburgh Coal Land Company and Carl R Banner & Alex M. Borland, September 29, 1921-May 25, 1923 
 2295. Bell Telephone Co. of PA, February 8, 1922-March 3, 1927 
 2299. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Corrado Gas Coal Co., October 21, 1921 
 2300. Consumers Fuel Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co./Virginville Fuel Co., January 25, 1922 
 2302. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Constant Dowlain, et ux, June 7, 1922 
 2304. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Thomas E. Evans & W.B. Lawton, Trustees of Evans Gas Coal Co., January 25, 1922 
 2310. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Joseph Kuma, March 30, 1922 
 2316. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and City of Pittsburgh, April 4, 1922 
 2317. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Julius Perecko, January 25, 1922 
 2323. Luella Moore Robbins et al and Samuel R. Sorber, December 30, 1921-January 23, 1923 
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 2325. W. A. Seifert, May 26, 1922 66
 2334. Recorder of deeds of Washington Co., PA, April 4, 1922 
 2336. Michael Burin and Pittsburgh Coal Co, February 23, 1922 
 2337. Pittsburgh Coal Co., Carnegie Coal Co. and Henderson Coal Co., July 20, 1922 
 2339. The R. G. Johnson Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., August 4, 1922 
 2340. Fairchaner Lumber Co., October 2, 1922 
 2342. John H. Donnan et al., August 16-31, 1920 
 2348. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and John T. Price, October 11, 1922 
 2354. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and F. J. L. Moyne, September 7, 1922-June 24, 1941 
 2361. Alexander Abraham and Abraham Staddard, October 6, 1922 
 2370. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and William B. Scaife & Sons Co., October 31, 1922 
 2371. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Lindley Coal Co., January 12-31, 1923 
 2374. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and John, James, Joseph and Frank Uzlik, February 1, 1923 
 2376. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and S. J. Harry Co., October 23, 1922 
 2382. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Delaware & Hudson Co., October 23, 1922 
 2383. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Pennsylvania RR YMCA, Philadelphia, December 6, 1922 
 2384. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Louis Petrilena et ux, March 26, 1923 
 2387. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Athens Electric Co., Athens OH, & Hocking Power Co., November 29, 1922 
 2394. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Joseph & Antoinette Rozman, November 13, 1922-May 21, 1923 
 2398. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Henry A. Pfeifer, April 30, 1923-April 3, 1924 
 2399. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Frank P. Mank, April 21-May 21, 1923 
 2402. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Hillman Coal & Coke Co., May 1, 1923 
 2404. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Edward Monaco, April 28, 1923 
 2411. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and S. J. Harry Co., May 26, 1923 
 2414. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and David J. Wright, January 1, 1923 
 2415. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Fred Schafer, February 2, 1922 
 2417. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Benjamin N. McCormick, June 24, 1921-July 8, 1925 
 2418. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Henry Schuffert, May 16, 1923 
 2420. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Ernest Pucher et ux, July 6, 1923 
 2427. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Frederick J. Boulter et ux., July 6, 1923 
 2434. Athens Connecting Railway Co., May 25, 1912-August 9, 1923 
 2438. Pittsburgh Coal Land Co. and Joe and Palma Sartori, August 6, 1923 
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 2442. Great Lakes Coal Mining Co., March 27, 1917-June 16, 1926 129
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 2447. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Sunday Creek Coal Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), April 1, 1920  66
 2451. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and First National Bank Building Co., Detroit MI, September 19, 1923 
 2452. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Pittsburgh & Western Mining Co., October 24, 1923 
 2461. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Harry K. Ullom, September 15, 1923 
 2463. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Elmer J. Kurtz et ux, August 22, 1923 
 2467. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Samuel W. Fennell et ux, October 24, 1923 
 2468. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Parsons Machinery Co., November 6, 1923 
 2484. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Vito Altamura and Luigi Quercia, January 22-February 7, 1924 
 2497. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Walter H. and Homer T. Phillips, December 27, 1923-January 10, 1924 
 2501. Monga Land Co. and Louis Kotler, April 27, 1922 
 2502. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and John F. Holmes et ux, November 6, 1925 
 2503. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Earnest J. Townes et ux, April 4, 1924 
 2508. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Samuel D. McCloy, May 10, 1924-March 12, 1942 
 2523. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Illinois and S. W. Straus & Co., May 7, 1924 
 2530. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and George Demshar, July 23, 1924 
 2538. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Stephen Herman et ux, September 5, 1924 
 2546. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Carrie Geiger, April 24, 1924 
 2547. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Joseph Mavrich, September 15, 1924 
 2548. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Murray T. Fennell et ux, June 16, 1924 
 2553. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Henry Stephenson, July 1, 1924-June 5, 1936 
 2557. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Keystone Consolidated Publishing Co., October 14, 1924 
 2563. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Angelo Tosi, October 16, 1924 
 2567. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Burmid Oil and Gas Co., October 16, 1924-January 22, 1931 
 2574. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Herman Potocnik, December 1, 1924 
 2577. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Mercantile Bridge Co., October 15, 1924 
 2580. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and John K. Tener, June 27, 1924-July 2, 1930 
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 2583. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Fairchance Lumber Co., January 23, 1925 67
 2591. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and W. H. Williams, Trustee of Jacobs Creek Improvement Assn., January 31, 1925-February 6, 1930 
 2597. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Frank F. Podrasky & John W. Podrasky, April 6, 1925 
 2605. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Allen & Garcia Company, April 6, 1925 
 2608. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Gussie C. Bolan - April 30-May 8, 1925 
 2612. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and H. F. Stark, May 29-December 15, 1925 
 2616. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and A. G. Rothey, August 20, 1925 
 2621. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Dominick Paladino et ux, August 13, 1925 
 2622. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Evan I. Brown, October 3, 1925-January 22, 1926 
 2623. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Nicholas Kiemes, September 17, 1925 
 2625. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Angelo Nicolo et ux, September 28, 1925 
 2634. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Thomas Watkins, July 9, 1925 
 2636.  Surety Bonds for Duplicate Debenture Bonds, etc, December 15, 1921-September 2, 1925 
 2639. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and James J. Boyle, June 13, 1925 
 2641. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Dail A. Sloan et al, July 9, 1925 
 2648. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Thomas Benich et ux, August 26-November 20, 1925 
 2655. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Amelio Barney et ux, October 19, 1925 
 2656. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Helen Mullen, October 19, 1925 
 2661. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Charles McDaniel et ux, November 2, 1925 
 2662. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Harry McCorkle, Jr. et ux, November 6, 1925 
 2663. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Paul Zelinski, November 9, 1925 
 2665. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Anna Kniska, November 5, 1925 
 2668. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and L.O. McKinney, July 31, 1925 
 2670. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and John Tomsick, December 17, 1925 
 2671. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Joseph Mavrich, December 17, 1925 
 2681. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and T. Alfreds, December 17, 1925 
 2682. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Williams Unit System, Inc., December 29, 1925 
 2685. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Carrie Liggins, February 9, 1926 
 2686. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Pete Heirendt et ux, February 9, 1926 
 2689. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Harry J. Lyons et ux., March 2, 1926 
 2690. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Harvey Bush et ux, March 2, 1926 
 2691. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Lottie Coal Co., February 10, 1926-October 27, 1928 
 2695. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Paul Grmusha, March 24, 1926 
 2696. Riverview Plan of Lots, February 24, 1926 
 2700. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and T. J. Clark, L. W. King and F. A. Howe, January 1, 1926 
 2704. The Dravo Contracting Company and Pittsburgh Coal Company, July 30, 1929 
 2707. John W. Boileau, January 7, 1901 
 2708. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Estie J. Heines et al, January 22-March 19, 1926 
 2710. Borough of Centerville, Washington County, April 6, 1926 
 2711. Ruth C. Wood (agent for D. H. Courtney et al), March 26, 1926 
 2718. Nathan Berman and R. J. Brennan, April 1, 1926 
 2723. 21 West Street Corporation and Pittsburgh Coal Co. Inc., February 6, 1923 
 2723. Number One Broadway Corporation and Robin E. Frazer, April 20, 1926 
 2724. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Mike Duda, Sr. et ux, May 19, 1926 
 2730. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and George Dobric, June 10, 1926 
 2731. Pittsburgh Coal Co., June 14, 1926-December 24, 1927 
 2732. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Robert O. Keeney, June 1, 1926 
 2735. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and the Hocking Valley Railway Co., June 8, 1926 
 2741. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and James Figola, July 1, 1926 
 2743. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Andrew Blackburn et ux., July 26, 1926 
 2745. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and John Galuska, August 14, 1926 
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 2747. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Monessen Coal & Coke Co., August 16, 1926-May 10, 1927 68
 2756. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and McPherson Brothers, August 30, 1926-September 17, 1927 
 2757. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Charles O. Downer, August 23, 1926 
 2758. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and H. A. McDermott and John Balas, September 7, 1926 
 2760. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Maxwell Coal Co., August 6, 1926 
 2761. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and John Tomsick, September 23, 1926 
 2762. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Deane & Lowes, August 26, 1926 
 2765. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Thomas Staff et ux., August 31, 1926 
 2771. Pittsburgh Coal Co., Inc. and Albert Muroski, June 1, 1933 
 2774. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and John W. Semola et ux, October 11, 1926 
 2775. A. G. Rotherg and Pittsburgh Coal Co., September 18, 1926 
 2776. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Monongahela Clay Manufacturing Co., October 15, 1926 
 2785. The Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Lucyville Ferry Co., January 21, 1903 
 2793. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Lorenzo Checca, November 17, 1926 
 2796. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Earl R. Russell, October 21, 1926 
 2797. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and S. M. Downer, December 1, 1926 
 2798. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Charles A. Wright et ux, Gallation Coal Co., November 15, 1926 
 2800. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Robert W. Thomas et ux, December 1, 1926 
 2801. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and William Derrett, December 1, 1926 
 2804. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and James S. Murray, October 21, 1926 
 2805. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and John Young, Sr., December 7, 1926 
 2807. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and J. F. Englers, May 26, 1925 
 2808. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and D. Benton, November 23, 1926 
 2811. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and (F. O. Dewar) Fayette-Tremont Coal Co., November 4, 1926 
 2816. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and C. R. Buchheit, J. J. Gerlach, Jr. and R. L. Taylor, January 25, 1927-August 31, 1934 
 2817. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and William K. Brown and Robert K. Brown, December 23, 1926 
 2819. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Bridgeville Coal Co. (William F. Lindley), January 19, 1927 
 2821. C. Bonopart and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 23, 1927 
 2822. S. J. Harry Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., July 22, 1927 
 2826. A. G. Rothey and Pittsburgh Coal Co., May 16-October 3, 1927 
 2827. A. G. Rothey, July 13-August 15, 1927 
 2828. A. Nefos and Pittsburgh Coal Co., April 19, 1927-October 17, 1930 
 2829 A-G. Fairchance Lumber Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., February 17, 1927-November 25, 1927 
 2829 H-K. Fairchance Lumber Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., November 25, 1927-January 14, 1928 
 2829 L-O. Fairchance Lumber Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), February 23, 1928-December 7, 1928  
 2829 P-R. Fairchance Lumber Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 31, 1929-June 28, 1929 
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 2831. William Semple et al and Pittsburgh Coal Co., April 26, 1928 69
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 2838. The Milwaukee-Western Steamship Co., June 24, 1921-December 31, 1932  129
 2839. The Mentor Transit Co., August 26, 1919-December 27, 1938 
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 2844. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and D. Berton, August 10, 1927-August 1, 1935 69
 2857. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Standard Natural Gas Co., August 12, 1931 
 2858. Robert F. Allen, March 30, 1927 
 2863. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Allen & Garcia Co., August 2, 1927 
 2865. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Walter Chattaway, Jack Ridgeway & William Bantz, November 1, 1927 
 2866. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and J. A. Curley, June 15, 1927 
 2870. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and William H. Cochran, et ux, March 1, 1927 
 2871. John F. Casey Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., August 8, 1927 
 2875. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and William Dobbins and Jesse J. Dobbins, January 19, 1927 
 2878. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Dravo Contracting Co., January 27, 1928 
 2879. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Dravo Contracting Co., July 22, 1927 
 2881. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and A. E. Ford, et al, October 7, 1927 
 2885. Watson P. Davidson and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Wisconsin, September 1, 1927 
 2886. New Pittsburgh Coal Co-Ohio and Tim Shay, eta al-Forest Run Coal Co, July 12, 1926-November 22, 1927 
 2887. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Emery Gates, October 7, 1927 
 2888. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Sygan Coal & Transfer Co.-Tullio and Gesbato Ghelarducci, August 29, 1927 
 2889. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Paul A. Witherspoon, October 31, 1927 
 2890. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Evan Jones, December 1, 1927 
 2891. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Robertson Coal & Coke Co., August 2, 1927 
 2893. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Ella Mining Co., March 11, 1927 
 2895. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Irwin Gas Coal Co., December 23, 1926 
 2900. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Adam E. Giehl & George J. Klein, October 10, 1927 
 2904. Irwin & Nelan and Pittsburgh Coal Co., August 8, 1927 
 2905. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The R. G. Johnson Co., July 22, 1927 
 2907. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and George H. Crompton, et al, October 1, 1927 
 2908. William Joseph and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 26, 1928 
 2910. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Sofie Kolosky, June 1, 1927 
 2911. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and J. W. Kinney, July 2, 1927 
 2918. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Joseph K. Leader, November 1, 1926 
 2919. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and S. C. Lovan, November 10, 1927 
 2921. Mc Kelvy-Hine Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., December 7, 1927 
 2922. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Mc Clane Mining Co., December 11, 1926-January 7, 1927 
 2926-1. Minter Homes Corporation and Pittsburgh Coal Co., November 21, 1927-February 24, 1928 
 2926-2. Minter Homes Corporation and Pittsburgh Coal Co., August 31, 1928-October 20, 1928 
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 2926-3. Minter Homes Corporation and Pittsburgh Coal Co., October 24, 1928-August 15, 1929 70
 2931. The Morrow Manufacturing Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., February 14-March 28, 1927 
 2932. J. C. Mc Bride and Peoples Natural Gas Co., January 19, 1922-July 3, 1925 
 2936. The Nicola Building Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., October 25, 1927 
 2937. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Polar Water Co., January 27, 1928-July 10, 1931 
 2939. Pitt Realty & Development Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 1, 1927 
 2950. Roberts and Schafer Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., April 8-July 15, 1927 
 2952. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and S. M. Speers, July 8, 1927 
 2953. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Alex Solanik, April 6, 1928 
 2954. Harry Surgest and Pittsburgh Coal Co, November 16, 1927 
 2955. William Terry and Pittsburgh Coal Co., November 16, 1927 
 2961. Allen & Garcia Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 16, 1928 
 2965. Gannett, Seelye & Fleming Engineers, Inc., April 25, 1928 
 2966-1. A. G. Rothey, April 20, 1928-July 22, 1929 
 2966-2. A. G. Rothey, December 20, 1930-January 28, 1931 
 2979. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and R. L. Trax, June 9, 1928 
 2983. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Peoples Natural Gas Co., July 19, 1928 
 2986. The Koppers Coal Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., April 1, 1928 
 2997. The Dravo Contracting Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), August 31, 1928  
 3029. Bishop Mc Cray and Pittsburgh Coal Co., November 20, 1928 
 3035. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and John Balas, October 11, 1935 
 3066. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Duquesne Light Co., April 7, 1924-May 25, 1938 
 3072. H. F. Stark and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 30, 1929 
 3082. Duquesne Light Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., April 27, 1929 
 3086. Duquesne Light Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., May 28, 1929 
 3100. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and John H. Hamilton, July 3, 1929 
 3106. W. J. Shidler and Pittsburgh Coal Co., April 1, 1929 
 3111. The Enterprise Store Co. and The Great Lakes Power Co. 
 3125. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Hillman Coal & Coke Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), September 6, 1929 
 3131-1. The Guarantee Co. of North America, December 13, 1915-December 1, 1920 
 3131-2. The Guarantee Co. of North America, December 1, 1921-December 1, 1927  
 3131-3. The Guarantee Co. of North America, December 1, 1928-March 10, 1932  
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 3131-4. The Guarantee Co. of North America, August 9, 1933 71
 3133. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and County of Allegheny, September 27, 1929 
 3136. Schenley Fuel & Supply Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., December 2-12, 1929 
 3137. Davison Coke & Iron Co. (Pittsburgh Coke & Iron Co.) and Pittsburgh Coal Co., December 2, 1929-December 31, 1934 
 3139. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and George A. Beaumont et ux, November 26, 1929 
 3140. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Robert L. Taylor, December 20, 1929-May 11, 1931 
 3141. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and A. C. Stickel, November 26, 1929-April 1, 1930 
 3142. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and W. C. McCallister et al (Courtney Coal Co.), November 1, 1929-June 8, 1943 
 3143. Carnegie Steel Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 1, 1930 
 3145. The Pittsburgh and Lake Erie Railroad Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 24, 1930-July 1, 1941 
 3157. New Pittsburgh Coal Co/Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Dan Shay, January 23, 1930 
 3159. J. B. Graves et ux and The Peoples Natural Gas Co., May 25, 1920-February 28, 1936 
 3160. The Bell Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 3, 1930-October 16, 1930 
 3161. New Pittsburgh Coal Co. and John D. Strickland & Henry S. Young (Liberty Coal Co.), June 26, 1924 
 3166. H. F. Stark and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 24, 1930 
 3170. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Adam E. Giehl & George J. Klein, March 29, 1930-January 29, 1938 
 3171. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and South Hills Coal Co., March 28, 1930-November 30, 1934 
 3175. William F. Tidball et ux, March 28, 1930 
 3176. Elsey River Transportation Line, Inc. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 15-July 10, 1930 
 3177. Elsey River Transportation Line, Inc. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., April 7, 1930 
 3182. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Martin Robeck et ux, May 9, 1930 
 3186. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and H. F. Stark, June 16, 1930 
 3187. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and George Wilson, December 29, 1931 
 3192. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Julia Rosko, May 28, 1930 
 3193. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Bell Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania, June 20, 1930 
 3197. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and P. J. Kirtley et ux, July 2, 1930-November 17, 1932 
 3198. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Frank Somoggi, July 2, 1930-October 26, 1934 
 3199. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Mark Schreiner, June 30, 1930 
 3206. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Bell Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania, September 6, 1930-January 31, 1932 
 3207. Western Union Telegraph Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., August 21, 1930-September 30, 1933 
 3225. H. F. Stark and Pittsburgh Coal Co., November 10, 1930 
 3235. Hotels Statler Co., Inc. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., Inc., November 13, 1930 
 3237. J. B. Ford, Trustee and Pittsburgh Coal Co.-January 9, 1936; Union Guardian Trust Co.and Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Michigan-January 2, 1931 
 3239. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Bell Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania, January 30, 1931-November 22, 1939  
 3241. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Walter R. Astfalk, October 9, 1930-July 28, 1937 
 3243. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Edwards McCrady Co., Jr., December 30, 1930 
 3247. Duquesne Light Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., November 1, 1930-September 30, 1933 
 3248. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Michael Supancic et ux, December 30, 1930 
 3252. W. J. Gowern and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 4, 1931 
 3254. Hoffman Brothers Drilling Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 26, 1931 
 3257. West Penn Power Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., April 15, 1931 
 3264. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and George Charlier et ux, April 24, 1931 
 3270. United States Coal & Supply Co., Inc., June 2, 1922-June 26, 1939 
 3273. W.J. Shidler and Pittsburgh Coal Co., June 8, 1931 
 3288. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and A. J. Seabol, January 1, 1932-March 1, 1933 
 3299. The Bell Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh Coal Co., August 23, 1932-July 1, 1941 
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 3303. West Penn Power Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., May 31, 1932 72
 3304. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Bell Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania, June 1, 1932 
 3309. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Harry McDonald, October 26, 1932 
 3310. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Bell Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania, August 31, 1932 
 3314. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Raymond Vaia, November 11, 1932-November 11, 1937 
 3318. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Bell Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania, November 30, 1932 
 3319. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Bell Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania, November 30, 1932-November 22, 1939 
 3321. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Westmoreland Coal Co., October 1, 1932 
 3322. William Windsheimer et ux and Pittsburgh Coal Co., December 31, 1932-December 31, 1937 
 3326. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and A. C. Smith, November 22, 1932 
 3331. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Alva Snyder, March 1, 1933-December 31, 1937 
 3332. W. J. Rainey, Inc. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 29, 1933 
 3340. South Hills Coal Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., November 3, 1927-July 31, 1933 
 3341. The R. G. Johnson Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., December 28, 1933 
 3342. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Walter N. Ridgeway, January 5, 1934-January 18, 1935 
 3343. Pittsburgh Coal Co.-John N. Sposato, December 19, 1933-November 26, 1937 
 3344. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Alphonse Giovannelli, January 1, 1934 
 3350. The Bell Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh Coal Co., August 1, 1933-July 1, 1941 
 3355. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Civil Works Administration, January 12-29, 1934 
 3357. County of Washington and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 18, 1934 
 3360. John Wanamaker Philadelphia and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 31, 1934 
 3362. Baltimore Realty Trust, Inc. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., May 31, 1934 
 3367. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Staney Anglcyk, April 6, 1934 
 3372. William Semple Ferry Co., January 2, 1913-July 18, 1940 
 3373. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and William Semple Ferry Co., July 18, 1940 
 3376. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Haydite Co., Inc., June 25, 1934-October 31, 1937 
 3378. Duquesne Light Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., July 16, 1934 
 3379. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and William B. Redd, July 26, 1934 
 3383. Pihl & Miller and Pittsburgh Coal Co., September 21, 1934 
 3399. A. G. Rothey and Pittsburgh Coal Co., January 9, 1935 
 3402. Mary Fuller Frazier et al Executors of the estate of Alice K. Fuller and Pittsburgh Coal Co., December 12, 1934 
 3404. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Duquense Light Co., January 18, 1935 
 3407. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and William Arbaugh, February 8, 1935 
 3408. Debenture Bonds/Lost Coupons, August 1, 1934 
 3414. H. Lee Mason, Jr. by Feltyberger Bros, Agents and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 7, 1935 
 3415. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Glenn C. Reiter, February 1, 1935 
 3421. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Mell J. Williams, January 1, 1935 
 3427. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Ralph Holzhauser, February 1, 1935 
 3432. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Emery Gates, August 15, 1935-October 31, 1942 
 3438. The Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. and Pittsburgh-Westmoreland Coal Co., August 13, 1907 
 3440. The Dravo Contracting Co and Sundry Contracts, August 23, 1935-November 14, 1935 
 3441. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Joseph J. Morosini et ux, August 26, 1935 
 3443. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Whitely Creek Coal Co. and Stany Anglcyk, April 12, 1935 
 3445. Edward W. Beedle et al and Pittsburgh Coal Co., October 13, 1942 
 3448. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and John F. Washabaugh and James L. Woodruff, October 15, 1935-July 6, 1936 
 3463. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Norwood P. Johnston, February 5, 1936 
 3478. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and George Love, June 23, 1936 
 3485. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Burke Coal Co., January 14-May 24, 1937 
 3492. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Whiteley Creek Coal Co. and Stany Anglcyk, August 12, 1936 
 3493. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and J. M. Morrison, August 12, 1936 
 3496. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and S. M. Speers, August 13, 1936 
 3503. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and George McDonald, Jr., September 4, 1936 
 3513. Jay W. Johns and Pittsburgh Coal Co., October 16, 1936 
 3519. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Clifford I. Taylor, November 6, 1936 
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 3528. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Henry Fleming, December 31, 1936 73
 3529. Swen G. Selen and Pittsburgh Coal Co., December 28, 1936 
 3530. Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., February 5, 1937 
 3541. National Shipping Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., March 5, 1937-November 1, 1940 
 3545. The Pennsylvania Railroad Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., February 23, 1937 
 3562. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Joseph Andrewsky et ux, May 28, 1937 
 3564. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Floyd A. Kirkland & Edward R. Koch, July 12, 1943 
 3579. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Montour Collieries Co., August 30, 1937-April 30, 1942 
 3588. Pihl & Miller, Inc., September 27, 1937 
 3590. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and H. N. Hough & T. R. Arthur, September 27, 1937 
 3599. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and John Coletti et ux, November 22, 1937 
 3603. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Amos Hamilton et ux, October 1, 1937 
 3615. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Julia Statzula, December 29, 1937 
 3617. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Oliver C. Leeper, December 29, 1937 
 3627. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Charles E. Campbell, January 17, 1938 
 3628. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Frank Remic, Jr., February 1, 1938-March 1, 1941 
 3639. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Forrest E. Forsythe, March 11, 1938 
 3642. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and A. B. Coleman, March 29, 1938 
 3657. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Mike Clickovich and Miller Savage, March 1, 1938 
 3658. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Samuel N. Sethman & Guffey G. Finley, May 6, 1938-August 31, 1942 
 3664. New Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Clifford Jacobs & William Davis, June 2, 1938-March 1, 1942 
 3668. The Pennsylvania Railroad Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., May 18, 1938 
 3684. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Charles E. Riley, Robert K. Scott and Charles Agrippa, July 15, 1938-March 31, 1944 
 3686. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Mike Demitroff, June 17, 1938-July 1, 1939 
 3687. West Penn Power Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., July 14, 1938 
 3702. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Robert Capri and M. W. Fresa, August 26, 1938 
 3716. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and R. E. Clark, September 29, 1938 
 3727. New Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Michael Bentz, October 31, 1938-August 1, 1941 
 3737. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Campbell Transportation Co., September 17, 1938 
 3738. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Union Barge Line, October 6-25, 1938 
 3747. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Sam Bertone, February 17, 1939-September 30, 1940 
 3748. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and William F. Beatty, June 7, 1943-March 31, 1944 
 3749. O. C. Cluss Lumber Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., February 11, 1939 
 3754. Ross G. Menoher and Pittsburgh Coal Co., July 11, 1941 
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 3767. A. E. & E. W. Brown and Pittsburgh Coal Co., April 1, 1939 74
 3815. Frank B. Oles et ux and Pittsburgh Coal Co., August 28, 1939 
 3832. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Homer L. Nixon, October 26, 1939 
 3833. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Bartlo Sacco, October 26, 1939 
 3837. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Pittsburgh, Lisbon & Western Railroad Co., January 1, 1942 
 3842. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Knowles Martin, November 27, 1939-May 27, 1940 
 3843. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Louis Dines, December 4, 1939-November 30, 1941 
 3904. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Frank Prah & Frank Oberlitner, September 24, 1943 
 3929. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Louis Hahn & Son, July 8, 1940 
 3930. McCrady Construction Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., August 19, 1940 
 3945. Duquesne Light Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co., August 8, 1940-July 1, 1941 
 3948. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Bell Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania, September 23, 1940 
 3949. The Bell Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania and Pittsburgh Coal Co., October 14, 1940-July 1, 1941 
 3967. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Bell Telephone Co. of Pennsylvania, October 22, 1940 
 3971. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Nickolas P. Sasso, December 9, 1940 
 3972. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Stanley Toy, December 16, 1940 
 3980. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and W. R. Konkle, September 9, 1943 
 3989. Jay C. Speaker and Pittsburgh Coal Co., December 26, 1940 
 3991. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Robert McFarlane & George C. Kuehnert, October 13, 1943 
 3995. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Fred H. Phillips, January 22, 1941 
 4000. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and The Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Co., October 11, 1940 
 4001. Groomes Construction Co. and Pittsburgh Coal Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), March 4, 1941  
 4029. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and John M. G. Brown et al, June 16, 1941 
 4055. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Skeloski, Stanley J. & Ulish, Walter H., August 18, 1941 
 4074. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Thomas H. Queen, April 25, 1944 
 4087. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Fred Lilhol, Jr., December 23, 1943 
 4090. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Joseph Baucant, February 11, 1944 
 4097. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and John W. Wray, February 14, 1944 
 4116. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and William L. Piccolomini, December 12, 1941 
 4129. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Robert Mac Farlane, December 1, 1943 
 4131. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Rothey Bros., Inc., January 29, 1942 
 4135. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and August Sclegel, February 24, 1942 
 4137. Pittsburgh Coal Co. and Sunnyhill Coal Co., February 24-June 29, 1942 
 B1-B18.  November 15, 1919-May 18, 1944 
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 B18-B136.  November 15, 1919-May 18, 1944 75
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 B137-B262.  November 15, 1919-May 18, 1944 76
Contract Inventories, 1929-1939 

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Series  VII. Associated Companies' Contract Files 

Subseries  1. Cassville & Monongahela Railroad Company 

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Certificate of Incorporation, December 21, 1900 130

Subseries  2. Fairmont Machinery Company 

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Statements of Withdrawal, Power of Attorney and Change of Name Announcements (Fairmont Machinery Company changed its name to Fairmont Supply Company, 1961-1962), 1937-1961 76

Subseries  3. Fairmont Supply Company 

Merger Announcement and associated letters, 1962 

Subseries  4. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company 

Scope and Content Notes

These files include mortgages, deeds, leases, and other contractual agreements. The original filing scheme has been preserved, with the files arranged in numerical order.

  Box
 1. Advance Coal Co., June 28, 1899-October 16, 1899 76
 2. Alabama Block Coal Co., December 17, 1903-February 16, 190 
 3. Alps Coal Co., March 25, 1892-October 6, 1899 
 4. Anchor Coal Co., January 26-February 8, 1905 
 5. The Ascension Coal Co. Ltd., September 30, 1899-January 3, 1919 
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 6. Samuel S. Brown, April 10, 1899-February 14, 1900 130
  Box
 7. Bowman & Jacobs, May 5, 1894-March 9, 1911 76
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 8. Samuel S. Brown, June 20, 1894-November 14, 1899  130
  Box
 9. Black James, April 1, 1899-January 18, 1900 76
 10. Belle Bridge Coal Co., April 7, 1899-April 22, 1908 
 11. W. Harry Brown, December 21, 1897-December 1, 1899 
 12. W. Harry Brown, March 21, 1900 
 13. Samuel S. Brown (Filed in Real Estate Department River Land Company) 
 14. Charles H. Bohmer & Wife and Lysle Coal Co. (Filed in Real Estate Department River Land Company) 
 15. Bailey, Wilson & Co., April 24, 1899-April 18, 1902 
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 16. Brahm E. A. & Co., April 12 - October 24, 1899 77
 17. Baton Rouge Coal & Towing Co., June 3, 1907-February 3, 1912 
 18. Budd P. R. Coal Co., February 28, 1899-June 28, 1901 
 19. Bunker Coal Co. and Contract of United Fruit Co., August 17, 1900-June 24, 1901 
 20. Bunker Coal Co and Contract of United Fruit Co., February 22-May 9, 1901 
 21. Samuel C. Beazell et al., June 6-December 4, 1901 
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 22. S. S. Crump & Co., April 1, 1899-February 23, 1900  131
  Box
 23. Coal Bluff Coal Co., April 4, 1899-September 18, 1901 77
 24. Crescent Coal Co., April 1, 1899-October 27, 1900 
 25. California Coal Co., April 1, 1899-January 16, 1900 
 26. Caskey Boat Store & Supply Co., September 30-October 21, 1899 
 27. Sarah A. Conlin et al., April 12, 1856-November 26, 1900 
 28. John H. Cooper, Cashier, December 28, 1893 
 29. S. S. Crump and Risher Heirs, August 13-September 27, 1900 
 30. California Store Co., October 13, 1914 
 31. E. A. Coyle, June 26-September 27, 1899 
 32. J. J. Donnell, Trustee-Nimick Landing, September 1891-January 17, 1901 
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 33. J. T. Duffey, October 20, 1899-March 24, 1902 131
  Box
 34. Delta Coal Co., May 4-October 17, 1899 77
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 35. James Evans, July 19, 1897-June 13, 1900  131
  Box
 36. Elizabeth Marine Ways Co., April 12 - July 30, 1902 77
 37. Eclipse Coal Co., September 16-December 12, 1899 
 38. Eclipse Coal Co., August 1-September 30, 1899 
 39. Lycle Coal Co., September 30, 1899 
 40. Blackburn Bros, May 10-October 14, 1899 
 41. Raab & Bohmer, 
 42. P. V. & C. Railway Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), December 3, 1880-September 27, 1904  
  Box
 43. Elizabeth Coal Mining Co., Ltd., September 9-30, 1899 78
 44. Enterprise Dock Co., April 20-October 11, 1899 
 45. Camden Coal Co., April 12, 1906-December 28, 1910 
 46. W. H. Fisher, August 15-October 23, 1899 
 47. Felker and Wilson (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), January 1-2, 1900 
 48. Wilson Bailey & Co., April 18-July 31, 1900 
 49. Flint and Bailey-Washington Mine, November 14, 1899-June 12, 1903 
 50. Flinn Coal Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), July 29, 1899-October 16, 1899 
 52. James Hopkins, August 9, 1899-June 9, 1900 
 53. J. M. Guffey, January 27, 1873-November 8, 1904 
 54. Grays Iron Line, September 30-October 18, 1899 
 55. Harry C. Gould, April 20, 1899-October 7, 1908 
 56. E. C. Griffith, April 14, 1900-March 25, 1901 
 57. Stella Hays, June 22, 1899-February 20, 1902 
 58. John C. Howell et al., August 1-September 3, 1900 
 59. John H. Hoffman & Co., October 22, 1901-August 18, 1902 
 62. W. S. B. Hays, April 1, 1899-September 26, 1902 
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 63. John G. Holmes, June 22, 1899-February 3, 1900 132
  Box
 64. Charles Hook, October 24, 1899-January 3, 1900 78
 65. W. O. Hays et al. Louisville, KY, April 6-April 30, 1901 
 66. Biddle et al, Hilldale Coal Co., June 22, 1899-September 9, 1902 
 67. Huntingdon & St. Louis Towboat Co., June 30, 1893-September 15, 1904 
 68. Catherine L. Honshell, April 8, 1899-May 1, 1900 
 69. John F. Irvine and Son, April 12, 1904 
 70. Iron City Dock Co., March 9, 1892-September 18, 1899 
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 72. Catsburg Coal Co.- October 13-November 30, 1898 133
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 73. David Jones Heirs (Rachel & Jennie Jones), November 28, 1902-June 26, 1903 79
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 74. T. M. Jenkins & Co. and Robert Jenkins, April 1, 1899-October 25, 1911  133
  Box
 75. Barnett Johnson, April 25-July 22, 1901 79
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 76. James Jones & Sons, January 14, 1898-November 2, 1899  133
  Box
 77. James Jones & Sons, December 5, 1898-November 2, 1899 79
 78. James Jones & Sons, March 3, 1899-February 13, 1900 
 79. C. Jutte & Co., November 17, 1913 
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 80. C. Jutte & Co., October 12, 1892-July 25, 1901  133
  Box
 81. C. Jutte & Co., July 1, 1898-December 30, 1901 79
 82. Jutte & Maxwell 
 83. Knob Coal Co., September 21, 1899-April 3, 1901 
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 84. Knepshield Coal Co., November 1, 1902-August 11, 1903  134
  Box
 85. A & J Leonard, October 31, 1899-December 1, 1901 79
 86. T. S. Lackey, December 3, 1901-September 5, 1902 
 87. Isabella Lutz, May 23, 1900 
 88. G. Lysle & Sons, April 1-November 29, 1899 
 89. Henry Luse Heirs, July 27, 1901-February 27, 1902 
 90. Little Redstone Coal Co., February 9, 1897-October 18, 1900 
 91. Lee & Hamilton Coal Co., February 8, 1905-November 26, 1912 
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 92. Louisville & Nashville RR, June 21, 1904-July 24, 1905 80
 93. Henry Lloyd's Heirs, December 12, 1899-October 18, 1907 
 94. Mississippi Packet Co., May 30, 1900-December 12, 1907 
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 95. McKinley Coal Co., January 8, 1898-July 17, 1912  134
  Box
 96. Maple Creek Coal Co., February 8, 1900-September 11, 1911 80
 97. Monongahela & Western Dredging Co., April 8-September 30, 1899 
 98. Monongahela River Packet Co., June 8-9, 1903 
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 99. Monongahela Marine Ways, June 23, 1899-August 31, 1900  134
  Box
 100. John H. Moffitt, et al, January 10-April 23, 1901 80
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 101. Monongahela & Ohio Packet Co., April 26, 1906, 1906-March 14, 1910  134
  Box
 102. Johnson S. Moss et al, November 8, 1899-March 21, 1900 80
 103. H. R. Morrison, April 1-November 7, 1899 
 104. Stella Moren, Str., April 8-October 18, 1899 
 104-2. Minerva B. McClure, March 26, 1900 
 105. John R. McGinley, April 26-June 6, 1901 
 106. Thomas A. Noble, July 26-August 16, 1900 
 107. New York & Cleveland Gas Coal Co., July 19, 1892-October 17, 1904 
 108. Emily C. Norton, November 4, 1891-June 7, 1911 
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 109. O'Neil Coal & Coke Co., April 1, 1899-May 20, 1907 135
  Box
 110. Ocean Towing and Wrecking Co., Ltd., October 2, 1899-May 22, 1900 80
 111. O'Neil & Co., July 17, 1899 
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 112. Samuel O'Neil, Atty, September 30-December 11, 1899 135
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 113. W. W. O'Neil, Str., April 8-September 30, 1899 80
 114. H. D. O'Neil, March 1, 1899-September 8, 1917 
 115. Ohio Valley Coal & Mining Co., October 8, 1900-September 8, 1917 
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 116. W. W. O'Neil Coal Co., March 26, 1890-October 10, 1899  132
  Box
 117. O'Donnell & Co., May 13-18, 1904 80
 118. O'Neil & Peterson, January 12, 1898-February 25, 1902 
 119. Pittsburgh Coal & Coke Co. of Memphis, Tenn (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), April 26, 1906-February 2, 1912  
 120. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Cincinnati, May 20, 1897-October 23, 1899 
 121. Pacific Coal Co., November 2, 1892-October 19, 1899 
 122. Perry & McKinley Coal Co., September 12, 1904-January 4, 1905 
 123. Pittsburgh and Morgantown Packet Co., January 26, 1902-March 23, 1906 
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 124. Pursglove & Gordon, August 14, 1897-March 29, 1909  135
  Box
 125. Pittsburgh Transportation Co., April 22, 1899-May 22, 1900 80
  Box
 126. Pine Run Coal Co., A. Bradley Trustee, April 3, 1899-March 20, 1900 81
 127. Pittsburgh Dock Co., May 2-September 30, 1899 
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 128. Queen City Coal Co. & T. M. Jenkins & Co., October 16, 1899-March 16, 1909  135
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 129. The Russ Porter Transportation Co., November 23, 1904  136
  Box
 130. W. B. Rodgers -Tide Coal Co., October 7-November 2, 1899 81
 131. Relief Towboat Co., April 10-October 31, 1899 
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 132. Riverville Coal Co., February 1, 1837-November 10, 1899 136
 133. W. B. Rodgers, September 29, 1899-June 6, 1900  
  Box
 135. Southern Railway Co., January 18, 1904-April 25, 1905 81
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 136. Snowden & Co., July 13, 1899-April 1, 1901  136
  Box
 137. Charles M. Stauft, December 13, 1906-May 22, 1907 81
 138. Mrs. S. C. Snodgrass, April 7, 1899-March 16, 1900 
 139. R. S. Smith, April 7, 1899-March 16, 1900 
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 140. Amelia E. Schmertz, March 6, 1899-May 5, 1905 136
  Box
 141. Smith & Co., September 17, 1887-October 2, 1899 81
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 142. Standard Coal Co., October 11, 1899-December 9, 1911  137
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 143. Pittsburgh Coal Co. of Pennsylvania, March 26, 1904-May 29, 1905 81
 144. Spittle Bros Docks, June 29-November 27, 1899 
 145. Alexander Simpson, July 24-September 4, 1900 
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 146. John Shoup & Co., June 18, 1887-November 27, 1899  137
  Box
 147. Stewarts Upper Landing, February 15, 1901-August 10, 1905 81
 148. Stewart Landing Co., June 15-September 30, 1899 
 149. John & Harriet E. Snyder, June 6 - December 4, 1901 
 150. St. Louis and Mississippi Valley Transportation Co., October 29-November 23, 1904 
 152. George D. Thompson et al., January 3, 1900-January 4, 1902 
 153. Thomas & Bradford, May 13-December 1, 1899 
 154. Umpire Coal Co., August 16, 1899-February 12, 1903 
 155. J. E. Van Voorhis, April 5, 1829-May 1, 1901 
 156. Victor Von Schaeler, August 16, 1906-May 7, 1908 
 157. W. H. Theakston, September 4, 1911 
 159. J. E. Umbstaetter, April 13, 1871-July 3, 1903 
 160. Jos. Walton & Co. Inc., September 22, 1880-August 22, 1902 
 161. Jos. Walton & Co. Inc., December 1, 1893-November 12, 1903 
 162. William Culbert et al., March 4, 1904 
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 163. Jos. Walton & Co., December 2, 1882-September 30, 1899 82
 164. John F. Walton, April 22, 1899-June 19, 1903 
 165. W. J. Wall et al., May 15-19, 1900 
 166. John M. Watt et al., June 10-16, 1900 
 167. Wamhoff & Co., December 2, 1899-March 22, 1900 
 168. W. G. Wilmot & Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), February 3, 1898-April 4, 1900  
 170. John A. Wood and Samuel L. Wood, 1900 
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 171. W. G. Wilmot & Co., February 5, 1898-March 15, 1900  137
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 172. Wilson, Bailey & Co., December 13, 1899-January 6, 1900 82
 173. Morgan West, March 1-October 15, 1900 
 174. Weigle Bros. Docks, August 2-September 9, 1899 
 175. W. O. Washington Packet Co. 
 176. Mississippi Packet Co., July 26, 1901 
 177. Winifrede Coal Co., May 1, 1880-June 8, 1911 
 178. W. C. Williams, June 26-September 27, 1899 
 179. Emilie L. Welsh, April 21, 1894-August 10, 1900 
 181. T. J. Wood, April 8, 1899-January 12, 1901 
 182. Samuel W. Rankin, March 23, 1904 
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 183. B. D. Wood & Sons, December 2, 1901-January 20, 1908  132
  Box
 184. John A. Wood & Son, September 30, 1899-February 23, 1903 82
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 185. John A. Wood & Son, April 11, 1899-January 24, 1900  137
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 186-61. Frank W. White, December 28, 1904 82
 186-82. R. B. Mellon, September 30, 1899 
 187. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, March 27, 1900 
 188. John Van Voorhis, August 28, 1900 
 189. E. B. Gribble, March 28, 1901 
 190. Robert A. Franks, May 21, 1901 
 191. J. McK. Speer, February 4, 1902 
 192. Gertrude Sheplar, March 11, 1902 
 193. St. Clair Terminal Railroad Company, May 20, 1902 
 194. Homestead Park Land Company, July 29, 1902 
 195. The United Coal Company, September 9, 1902 
 196. The Union Trust Company, September 9, 1902 
 197. Monongahela & Washington Railroad Company, November 4, 1902 
 198. Vesta Coal Company (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), January 16, 1903  
 199. W. L. Mellon, January 1903 
 200. John Johnson, May 5, 1903 
 201. Harbison-Walker Company, May 6, 1903 
 202. Pittsburgh, Virginia & Charleston Railway, June 2, 1903 
 203. The Union Trust Company, July 7, 1903 
 204. J. D. Simpson, October 16, 1903 
 205. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, November 2, 1903 
 206. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, November 2, 1903 
 207. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, November 2, 1903 
 208. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, November 2, 1903 
 209. W. E. Jackman, April 18, 1904 
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 210. Joseph P. Lytle, April 18, 1904 83
 211. The Shoenberger Coal Company, April 18, 1904 
 212. Hazel Kirk Gas Coal Company, September 1, 1904 
 213. William & Catherine Ann Culbert, September 15, 1904 
 214. Samuel H. Rankin, September 15, 1904 
 215. Pittsburgh, Virginia & Charleston Railway Company, September 15, 1904 
 216. Stephen S. Crump, November 1, 1904 
 217. St. Wendelin's Church, October 17, 1904 
 218. William F. Weddle, November 1, 1904 
 219. Pittsburgh, Virginia & Charleston RR Co., November 1, 1904 
 220. Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company, December 16, 1904 
 221. Pittsburgh, Virginia & Charleston RR Company, February 24, 1905 
 222. Charles A. Pierce, February 24, 1905 
 223. Pittsburgh, Virginia & Charleston Railway Company, April 18, 1905 
 224. Frank W. White, April 18, 1905 
 225. Diamond Coal & Coke Co., May 9, 1905 
 226. John Smith, May 26, 1905 
 227. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, May 17, 1905 
 228. Samuel B. Steepey, June 16, 1905 
 229. Pittsburgh & Connellsville RR Company, June 22, 1905 
 230. Vesta Coal Company, July 17, 1905 
 231. Eliza M. Duncan, August 5, 1905 
 232. Brownsville Township School District, September 5, 1905 
 233. Monongahela Southern RR Company, September 5, 1905 
 234. A. J. Sunstein, September 5, 1905 
 235. Monongahela City, November 27, 1905 
 236. Elizabeth H. Thomas, January 16, 1906 
 237. Oscar H. Barrett, June 12, 1909 
 238. B. M. Thomas, February 24, 1906 
 239. Edwin C. Haslett, March 7, 1906 
 240. Peoples Coal Company, March 15, 1906 
 241. Monongahela Southern RR Company, March 16, 1906 
 242. Dinsmore Heirs, April 24, 1906 
 243. Pittsburgh & Lake Erie RR Company, November 14, 1906 
 244. R. L. Aubrey, September 4, 1906 
 245. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, September 10, 1906 
 246. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, October 4, 1906 
 247. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), October 19, 1906  
 248. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, September 4, 1906 
 249. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, November 9, 1906 
 250. Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railway Company, November 10, 1906 
 251. Vesta Coal Company, November 26, 1906 
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 252. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, December 8, 1906 84
 253. Ellsworth Coal Company, December 24, 1906 
 254. Rogers Sand Company, January 16, 1907 
 255. David P. McLay, January 16, 1907 
 256. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, January 26, 1907 
 257. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, February 18, 1907 
 258. Lyde Christy, May 1, 1907 
 259. The Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania, July 3, 1907 
 260. The Pittsburgh, McKeesport & Youghiogheny RR Company, May 6, 1908 
  Oversize
 261. Pennsylvania RR Company (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), May 11, 1908 138
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 262. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, July 25, 1907 84
 263. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, July 29, 1907 
 264. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, October 11, 1907 
 265. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, December 27, 1907 
 266. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, December 28, 1907 
 267. The Monongahela RR Company, January 26, 1909 
 268. John H. Hudson, May 17, 1909 
  Oversize
 269. McKeesport, Pittsburgh & Youghiogheny RR Company, May 24, 1909 138
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 270. Benjamin J. Jarrett/Pittsburgh Steel Company (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), June 5, 1909  84
 271. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, June 12, 1909 
 272. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, July 22, 1908 
 273. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, January 12, 1910 
 274. Charles Delbarre (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), August 19, 1909 
 275. Supplemental Mortgage-Jane Elliot, September 1, 1909 
 276. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, November 20, 1909 
 277. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, October 15, 1909 
 278. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh- January 10, 1910 
 279. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, January 7, 1910 
 280. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company & Pennsylvania, Monongahela & Southern Railroad Co., December 17, 1908 
 281. The Pittsburgh Coal Co., May 2, 1907 
 284. Midland Steel Co., July 11, 1907 
 285. Ohio Valley Coal & Mining Company and Charles M. Stauft, May 7, 1907 
 286. City of Vicksburg, Mississippi, June 13, 1907 
 287. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., July 3, 1907 
 288. The Union Trust Company, July 23, 1907 
 289. S. B. Hays (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), August 14, 1907 
 290. Robinson Machine Company (W. W. Keefer), August 27, 1907 
 291. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., August 28, 1907 
 292. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., October 1, 1907 
 293. David W. Kassens, October 2, 1907 
 294. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., October 15, 1907 
 295. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., October 11, 1907 
 296. Reed, Smith, Shaw & Beal, October 15, 1907 
 298. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., December 31, 1907 
 299. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), January 1, 1908 
  Oversize
 300. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., January 16, 1908  137
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 301. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., January 16, 1908 84
 302. C. Jutte & Co., July 19 
 303. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., January 29, 1908 
 304. Independent Coal Company, January 31, 1908 
 305. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., February 6, 1908 
 306. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., February 29, 1908 
 307. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., March 1, 1908 
 308. John Cox, March 7, 1908 
 309. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., April 15, 1908 
 310. Pittsburgh, McKeesport & Youghiogheny Railroad Co., April 15, 1908 
 311. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., June 16, 1908 
 312. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., July 1, 1908 
 313. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co. Mines Dept., July 8, 1908 
 314. F. M. Boynton, July 23, 1908 
 315. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., August 1908 
 316. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., November 4, 1908 
 317. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., November 4, 1908 
 318. Ohio Valley Coal & Mining Company and S. C. Beeman, December 1, 1908 
 319. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., December 2, 1908 
 320. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., December 2, 1908 
 321. H. C. Bughman, December 4, 1908 
 322. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., December 12, 1908 
 323. United Fruit Company and J. M. Richards, March 1, 1909 
 324. Julia A. Barrett, April 14, 1909 
 325. Underhill Coal Company, April 14, 1909 
 326. P. V. Runyan, April 16, 1909 
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 329. Everett McDonald, May 14, 1909 85
 330. D. H. Palmer, May 19, 1909 
 331. Transferred to secy contract 1664 
 335. Josephine Witkousky, July 14, 1909 
 336. Leonora Irwin, et al, July 30, 1909 
 337. River Land Company and Orleans Levy Board, July 8, 1909 
 338. East Pike Run Township, August 14, 1909-August 9, 1913 
 339. William & Margaret Haney, August 9, 1909 
 340. Transferred to Secretary Contract File #1438 
 342. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., September 4, 1909 
 343. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., September 19-20, 1909 
 344. W. G. Coyle & Company, October 20, 1909 
 348. Pittsburgh & Buffalo Coal Company (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), December 4, 1909  
 349. Peoples Coal Company (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), November 10, 1909  
 350. Pittsburgh Coal Company, April 1903 
 351. Climax Powder Manufacturing Company, August 23, 1904 
 352. William Weigle, October 1, 1904 
 353. John Scurfield & Lucy Pezzoni, December 26, 1904 
 354. Mrs. Mary Black et al, January 13, 1905 
 355. W. H. & Annie May Bennett, January 14, 1905 
 356. John Miller, January 19, 1905 
 357. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Co., April 17, 1905 
 358. Oliver H. Smith, July 7, 1905 
 359. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, October 31, 1899 
 360. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, 1906 
 361. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, August 31, 1906 
 362. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, September 27, 1906 
 363. Joseph Dunn & C. H. Bohmer, December 1906 
 364. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, October 31, 1903-January 1, 1907 
 365. H. C. Adams, September 11, 1907-May 23, 1908 
 366. John D. Mattshews- October 27, 1908 
 367. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, January 28, 1909 
 368. John Kellerman and George L. Schuyler, March 15, 1909 
 369. William Shaw, June 12, 1909-June 30, 1910 
 372. Century Club, July 6, 1907-May 27, 1908 
 374. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, October 1, 1907 
 376. National Rivers & Harbors Congress, November 3, 1906-November 11, 1907 
 377. S. A. Scott, January 9, 1902 
 378. Thomas & William Morgan and Samuel Williams, October 26, 1907 
 379. P. J. Forsythe & Company, August 14, 1901 
 380. Pike Run Railroad Company, October 5, 1901 
 382. Pugh & Bloomfield, October 31, 1901 
 383. James Robinson, June 9, 1902 
 384. A. F. Johnson & W. T. Sampson, January 1902 
 385. Mrs. J. H. McCoy, September 21, 1906 
 386. Blanche & Mame Hetzel and Mrs. Belle M. Hornbake, January 25, 1906 
 387. PA House of Representatives Act, March 1, 1907 
 388. US Department of Treasury, April 23, 1902-January 30, 1911 
 390. A. D. Laughlin & M. P. Smith, October 24, 1905-April 20, 1906 
 391. John Kreiter, November 1, 1895-February 1, 1903 
 393. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, May 1903 
 394. J. N. O'Neil, February 22, 1904 
 395. Robert Wolf and Robert Lewis, July 28, 1903 
 396. Logan & Moulds, May 7-July 28, 1902 
 397. Vesta Coal Company, November 28, 1902 
 398. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, September 2, 1901 
 399. Taylor J. Will, August 17, 1901 
 400. J. M. Arnold, August 1900-January 1901 
 401. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, 1900 
  Oversize
 402. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, April 27-May 29, 1901  138
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 403. Harry A. Jones, March 18, 1903 85
 404. Pennsylvania Lines, December 1900-February 19, 1903 
 405. Union Trust Company, June 1, 1901-March 26, 1903 
 406. D. F. Hurd, January 21, 1903 
 407. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, June 1904 
 408. M. J. Botun & Union Trust Company, September 15, 1903 
 409. J. M. Hammitt, August 4, 1903 
 410. Weber-Erickson Bunting Company, May 23, 1903 
 411. Joseph A. Moffitt, May 8, 1903 
 412. Pennsylvania Railroad Company, October 6, 1903 
 413. Iowa Iron Works Company, February 20, 1904 
  Oversize
 414. J.W. Barber, March 8, 1904 138
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 415. Mike Romain, April 11, 1904 85
 416. John Shulen & Son, May 19, 1904 
 417. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, 
 418. J. D. Le Bel, March 16, 1907 
 419. Chamber of Commerce of Pittsburgh, May 7, 1908-January 31, 1912 
  Oversize
 420. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, October 23, 1901-July 19, 1907  139
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 421. Moved to Secretary's Contract File # 1476 86
 422. The Saw Mill Run Coal & Supply Company, October 1, 1909 
 423. The Saw Mill Run Coal & Supply Company, October 1, 1909 
 424. Lee & Hamilton Coal Company, January 10, 1910 
 425. Lee & Hamilton Coal Company, October 1, 1909 
 426. The Corona Coal & Iron Company, February 6, 1909-April 3, 1912 
 429. The Baton Rouge Coal & Towing Company, September 21, 1908-April 30, 1913 
 430. Ascension Coal Company, September 18, 1908-May 16, 1912 
 431. Lee & Hamilton Coal Company, September 16, 1908-January 2, 1912 
 434. Nunn-Heffron Coal Company, September 18, 1908-March 31, 1910 
 435. Moved to Secretary's Contract File # 1475 
 436. Moved to Secretary's Contract File # 1470 
 438. The Saw Mill Run Coal & Supply Company, September 16, 1908-November 30, 1912 
 439. Moved to Secretary’s Contract File #1477 
 441. The Pittsburgh Coal Company, October 1, 1908-January 2, 1912 
 444. Joseph Walton & Company, Inc., September 16, 1908-January 2, 1912 
 445. The Valley Supply Company, September 21, 1908-October 24, 1912 
 446. George W. Theiss, October 1, 1908 
 447. N. B. Stephens, February 28, 1910 
 448. Hatfield Coal Company, January 5-7, 1909 
 449. Moved to Secretary’s Contract File #1532 
 548. John O’Neil et ux. et al. & Pittsburgh Coal Company, March 7, 1910 
 554. Point Pleasant Dry Dock Company, March 1, 1910 
 555. Celia M. Stephens, et al. & John S. McKee et al., March 14, 1910 
 556. Electric Light Plant, May 17, 1902-October 16, 1907 
 557. John Ballien, March 2, 1910 
 558. The Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh, March 31-April 7, 1910 
 559. Washington County, March 30, 1910 
 560. Moved to Secretary’s Contract File #1534 
 561. Moved to Secretary’s Contract File #1536 
 562. Moved to Secretary’s Contract File #1535 
 567. Algoma Commercial Company, Ltd., June 27, 1910 
 568. Youghiogheny & Ohio Coal Company & The Union Trust Company, October 6, 1909-June 10, 1910 
 570. Peterson Brothers, April 18, 1910 
 572. William Ward Machinery Company, February 1910 
 573. W. F. Soisson & Rocks Coal & Coke Company, June 21, 1907 
 574. Union Trust Company (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), July 5, 1910 
 577. The Union Trust Company, May 24, 1910 
 578. The Union Trust Company, April 26, 1910 
 589. Lee & Hamilton Coal Company, August 26, 1910 
 590. Lee & Hamilton Coal Company, August 26, 1910 
 596. Pittsburgh, McKeesport & Youghiogheny Railroad Company (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), August 30, 1910  
 597. Carrie L. Miller, August 17, 1910 
 598. Oscar F. Barrett & John Barrett & Sons, September 22, 1910 
 599. Donora Water Company & Union Trust Company, January 19, 1910 
 600. Greensboro Gas Company & Union Trust Company, July 22, 1910 
 601. Annie McClure & Union Trust Company, October 15, 1910 
 602. Untion Trust Company, Trustee & David Pierce Estate, July 16, 1910 
 603. William Nelson, Jr. & Union Trust Company, July 7, 1910 
 604. John Nelson & Union Trust Company, July 7, 1910 
 605. Union Trust Company & Nella McDonald, August 10, 1910 
 606. Joseph A. Herron & Union Trust Company, July 7, 1910 
 607. Almira & Robert Hagerty & Union Trust Company, July 7, 1910 
 608. The Union Trust Company & Mary W. Barnes, August 3, 1910 
 609. B. F. McVay, October 12, 1910 
 610. C. M. Espy and Nunn-Heffron Coal Company, August 31, 1910 
 611. J. W. Butler, September 7, 1910 
  Oversize
 612. O’Neil Coal & Coke Company & Charles J. O’Connor, December 17, 1910  139
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 613. Samuel Lutz & The Union Trust Company, December 27, 1910 86
 614. Monongahela Railroad Company & The Union Trust Company, December 14, 1910 
 615. American Surety Company & Howard, Margaret and Philips Fine, January 18, 1911 
  Oversize
 616. Marwick, Mitchell & Company January 14, 1911  139
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 617. Moved to Secretary’s Contract File #1544 86
 618. Pittsburgh Coal Company, October 31, 1910 
 619. Edward Beedle & The Union Trust Company, December 5, 1910 
 620. Charles V. Smith-Union Trust Company, December 5, 1910 
 621. Moved to Secretary’s Contract File #1545 
 622. John Castor-Union Trust Company, June 22, 1910 
 623. Pittsburgh-Westmoreland Coal Company, December 19, 1910 
 624. Chamber of Commerce-US Mail, October 1910 
 625. Karl D. Morris, The Union Trust Company, February 1, 1911 
 626. Charleroi Water Company & The Union Trust Company, December 17, 1910 
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 628. Pennsylvania Railroad Company, July 6, 1903 87
 632. Charles W. Braznell & Maple Glen Coal Company, May 23, 1911 
 634. Vesta Coal Company, February 17, 1911 
 635. Betsy White et al, January 28, 1911 
 637. Reynolds, Harrison & McConnell, April 26, 1911 
 638. River Land Company and River Road Realty Company, March 18, 1911 
  Oversize
 639. James P. Little-The Union Trust Company (Pulled to OS-94) June 22, 1910 138
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 641. Mississippi Transportation Company, June 8, 1911 87
 642. Kennedy Coal Company and The Union Trust Company, May 10, 1911 
 643. E. T. Slider, February 27, 1911 
 644. Frank Dinsmore and The Union Trust Company, March 23, 1911 
 645. T. J. Wilson, March 18, 1911 
 647. Emma Hurst and Bessie Schinnerrer and American Surety Company, February 10, 1911 
 648. D. McNeil and S. J. Jones & United Mine Workers Association, June 25, 1910 
 649. Annual Meeting, January 1911 
 650. Nugent Sand Company & K. E. Nugent, J. K. Nugent, February 27, 1911 
 660. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania & The Union Trust Company, November 6, 1907 
 661. Moved to Secretary’s Contract File #1585 
 663. Clarkson Coal & Dock Company, April 1, 1911 
 664. James P. Lytle & Harry P. McClintock and The Union Trust Company, June 12, 1911 
 665. Moved to Secretary’s Contract File #1586 
 666. H. Young, July 1, 1908 
 667. Lulu V. Lilley, et al, January 30, 1911 
  Oversize
 669. Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), October 1, 1899  138
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 672. Pittsburgh-Westmoreland Coal Company, The Union Trust Company & Dunkirk Gas Coal Company (Blueprint pulled to map case 1/7/7-8), September 30, 1911  87
 673. The Elizabeth Marine Ways Company and The Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania, August 11, 1911 
 674. Moved to Secretary’s Contract File #1593 
 676. Hannah M. Neale and American Surety Company of New York, September 25, 1911 
 677. Nancy T. George, George H. Adams, Sadie A. Metzgar and William G. Stewart, August 11, 1911 
 679. Shinnston Construction Company and Equitable Surety Company, January 12, 1912 
 681. Huntingdon & St. Louis Towboat Company and Steaner Enterprise, March 1, 1912 
 682. Moved to Secretary’s Contract File 851-D 
 683. National Rivers and Harbors Congress, January 16, 1912 
 684. United Coal Company, Union Trust Company, Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania, September 26, 1906 
 685. Moved to Secretary’s Contract File 1446 
 686. Pennsylvania Railroad Company & The Union Trust Company, January 23, 1912 
 687. Moved to Secretary’s Contract File 1539 
 688. Moved to Secretary’s Contract File 1566 
 689. Moved to Secretary’s Contract File 1673 
 690. Pittsburgh & Westmoreland Coal Company, Diamond Gas Coal Company and The Union Trust Company, September 30, 1901 
 691. Baton Rouge Coal & Towing Company, August 26, 1914 
 692. Whiteman Brothers, Tug Whitewater and Tug Vanguard, December 1911 
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 693. J. D. Barkdull, February 16, 1906-December 19, 1911 88
 694. Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania, February 22, 1911 

Subseries  5. Pittsburgh & Castle Shannon Railroad Company 

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Deeds, Accounts Payable, Receipts and Mortgages 1795-1901 88
  Oversize
Deeds and Mortgages, 1795-1901 140

Subseries  6. Transfer and Merger Agreements 

  Box
Agreement of Consolidation and Merger between Pittsburgh Coal Company of Pennsylvania and The Monongahela River Consolidated Coal & Coke Company, December 24, 1915 88
Articles of Merger between Pittsburgh Coal Company and Consolidation Coal Company and associated letters, November 19, 1945 – January 3, 1949 

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Subseries  4. Associated Companies' Loose Stock Certificates 

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Alabama Block Coal Company, August 18, 1898-October 5, 1903 35
The Alexander Coal Company, November 13, 1900 
Arkwright Coal Company, October 6, 1919 
Cape Terminals, Inc.,  June 5, 1939 
Cassville & Monongahela Railroad Company, June 24, 1904-May 7, 1930 
Chartiers & Venetia Railroad Company, October 1, 1909 
Chartiers Valley & Northern Railway Company, October 1, 1909 
Clarksburg Fuel Company, October 6, 1903 & August 26, 1904 
Cleveland & Fairmont Coal & Coke Company, November 22, 1899 
Columbia Coal & Coke Company, March 29, 1900 
Consolidation Coastwise Company, December 24, 1914 
Dull Mercantile Company, February 23 & August 7, 1922 
Dunlap Coal Company, January 6, 1916 
The Elizabeth Marine Ways Company, October 15, 1896 
Empire Coal Company, Ltd., August 1, 1934 & January 10, 1936 
Fairmont Coal Company, January 9, 1907 
Fairmont Coal Mining Company, January 21, 1901 
Gaston Gas Coal Company, December 28, 1885 & February 10, 1887 
  Oversize
Illinois Collieries Company (Volume 48),  December 1, 1904 121
Jamison Coal & Coke Company (Volume 48), June 29, 1942-May 5, 1950 
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Listie Mining and Manufacturing Company, March 26, 1897 & January 12, 1898 35
Midland Coal Company, September 21, 1900  
Milwaukee-Western Fuel Company, April 1, 1918 
Monga Land Company, May 15, 1900 
  Oversize
Montana Coal & Coke Company (Volume 48), August 14, 1888 121
  Box
New Field Coke Company, November 19, 1907 & July 15, 1912 35
Northern New York Coal Company, Inc., March 19, 1935-Marck 1, 1942 
The Palatine Coal Company, December 1, 1891 
The Pike-Floyd Coal Company,  August 25, 1910-January 14, 1946 
The Pittsburgh & Castle Shannon Railroad Company, September 30, 1871-June 18, 1903 
Pittsburgh & Fairmont Fuel Company, May 12, 1903  
Pittsburgh Coal Land Company, December 18, 1915 – March 28, 1923 
Pittsburgh Consolidation Coal Company, February 20, 1947 
Pittsburgh, Fairport & North-Western Dock Company, November 9, 1915 & December 27, 1916 
Robson & Tubbesing Fuel & Ice Company, November 1, 1909-June 2, 1911 
Shelby Creek Coal Corporation, January 14, 1925 & October 11, 1926 
Soo River Coal Isle Company, January 4, 1909 
Southern Coal and Transportation Company, December 15, 1905 & May 12, 1906 
Viropa Coal & Coke Company, October 9 & 11, 1900 

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