Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Company Records 1888-1963
Cage 311

Summary Information

Repository
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries
Title
Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Company Records
ID
Cage 311
Date [inclusive]
1888-1963
Extent
177.0 Linear feet
General Physical Description note
150,000 items
Abstract
Correspondence, business records, drawings, maps, and photographs of the corporate firms which established Clarkston

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Organizational History:

The Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Company (LCIC), the third and best-known corporate name of one of the more prominent business organizations active in southeastern Washington and northern Idaho in the early 20th Century, also operated as the Lewiston Water and Power Company (1896-1905), as the Lewiston-Clarkston Company (1905-1910) and as the Clarkston Community Corporation (1940-1971). The earliest direct predecessor of the LCIC, the Lewiston Water and Power Co., was organized in 1896 by the first President and General Manager of the company, Edgar H. Libby, a local resident. However, control of the firm lay in the hands of a group of Boston investors headed by Charles Francis Adams, who had considerable previous experience in western real estate, and by William and Elbert Wheeler, who were experienced in hydrological and irrigation projects.

The founders of the company proposed to build a headworks dam on Asotin Creek, a mountain stream emptying into the Snake River in Southeastern Washington, divert its waters through a canal for about fifteen miles and deliver it to five-to-ten acre fruitland plots that the company proposed to sell. The company designated the irrigation project "Vineland" and located it at the base of a 2000 foot canyon, on a "bench" inside a bend of the Snake River opposite Lewiston, Idaho. Near the center of the project, laid out on land acquired by Adams in 1895, the company located a new town, at first known as Lewiston, then as Concord after Concord, Massachusetts, and finally and permanently as Clarkston in 1900. Additionally, the promoters intended to use the waters of Asotin Creek to generate electricity to sell in the new project and in the older city of Lewiston.

In the summer of 1896, the company began work on the project. The "bench" was surveyed and divided into the Vineland irrigation tracts, with one section platted as a town. In this same summer, the company built the headworks, or diversion dam, on Asotin Creek and the "low-line" canal to Vineland. The company's canal followed a path down Asotin Canyon to the Snake, then turned north along the river for about a mile, then inland across the lower edge of a second "bench" which marked the far or upperside of the irrigation project. The path of this canal crossed gulches and ravines, bored through rock, or hung on the side of Asotin Creek canyon; in yet other places it was built as an "inverted siphon" and mounted on trestles, and only in its lower reaches was it actually an open-ditch canal. In building such a facility, the company's engineers overcame formidable topographical limitations, but did so at the cost of efficiency. Consequently, once operative, it was found that there was almost no means of regulating the flow of water to the irrigation project. Yet the company did manage to deliver not only the irrigation water, but also water for domestic use in the new town.

In opting for the "low-line" design of the first canal, the company also sacrificed the water power possibilities of Asotin Creek and the related electric generating station, as nowhere along the line was there enough head to develop much power. In any case, electricity was forgone for a few years and the company surrendered most of its electric power ambitions to a group of Lewiston business men who had organized a competitive firm, the Lewiston Light Company, Limited, in 1896.

In 1897, Edgar H. Libby, manager of Lewiston Water and Power Company, and George Bailey, a lawyer from Asotin, Washington, formed the Lewiston-Concord Bridge Company for the purpose of building a toll bridge that would connect the Vineland area with Lewiston, Idaho. The bridge company, though legally separate from the Lewiston Water and Power Company, was fully interlocked with the overall project. Charles Francis Adams and the trustees for the power company, in fact, shortly became the principal stockholders of the bridge company through a financial arrangement whereby the stock was transferred for the funds to construct the bridge. In 1899, the bridge company contracted a Pennsylvania bridge-building firm to construct a steel bridge designed to carry foot and wagon traffic, gas, electricity, and water transmission lines, and a street railroad. Although the bridge sometimes carried considerable traffic, the company apparently rarely made enough money to pay even the debt service expenses, and losses were absorbed by the Boston investors as necessary for the development of the Clarkston/Vineland project.

The bridge company remained a separate corporation through the various reorganizations of the parent company until the sale of the bridge to the states of Washington and Idaho in 1913, after which the bridge company was liquidated. The steel bridge was maintained by the two states as an automobile bridge until the mid-1930's, when it was replaced by the four-lane structure that presently connects the two states.

The Boston-based management often found success or failure, or even the general direction of operations in the West, difficult matters to appraise. Distrusting Libby, but unable to do without him, the Boston group placed in his office a series of agents known as the assistant treasurer or auditor who had to countersign many of Libby's documents, report to the east and act as a spy on Libby. Adams dispatched a succession of people westward for these purposes, but ultimately most of this responsibility fell to his son, Henry Adams 2nd. Even so, Libby persisted in his projects for street railroads, other electric railroad connections to Clarkston and the development of navigation of the Snake, none of which particularly interested the Adams group.

While keeping some control over Libby's ambitious visions, by 1900 the Eastern management did come to support one ambitious project by attempting to consolidate the various businesses using the water of Asotin Creek. Though there were a number of disputants for the stream, the power company's principal competitors were the Asotin Land and Water Company and the Lewiston Light Company, Ltd. The first had a small irrigation project on a "bench" several miles above Clarkston, but its principal business was delivering water for use in the town of Asotin. The second was a more serious competitor, possessing a diversion dam, water power flume, generating station, and a transmission line to Lewiston. Competition for the stream was partly resolved around 1902 when the power company arranged to acquire control of the other two companies.

Having assumed a much broader role because of the absorption of these other companies and recognizing that its facilities were still not very efficiently organized, the management decided to reorganize the whole firm, raise additional capital and rebuild much of the water and electric systems. As a result a new corporation, the Lewiston-Clarkston Company was formed in 1905. It absorbed the Lewiston Water and Power Company and the Lewiston Light Company, Ltd., served as a holding company for the Asotin Land and Water Company and the newly-formed Clarkston Water Works Company, and continued to manage the separate, but interlocked, bridge company. Additionally a large bond issue was authorized, partially marketed and the construction of new facilities along Asotin Creek were begun.

Construction of a new "high-line" canal in 1906 marked the beginning of a new phase in the history of the company. In contrast to earlier arrangements, the company now possessed facilities of a sophisticated design. The new "flume" consisted of a closed wooden pipe for its upper reaches and, although it followed the same path down Asotin Creek canyon as the original "canal," it was located much higher on the canyon wall; both features which greatly increased the flow and regulatory capacity of the system. As the new "canal" came near the mouth of Asotin Creek canyon, it was tapped and a penstock from it dropped water several hundred feet to a new electric generating station at the foot of the canyon. Another discharge port took off the water needed by the city of Asotin. Then as the pipe headed north, it was tapped again for irrigation water to be used at "Clemen's Addition," a small irrigation project between Asotin and Clarkston. At the far end of the pipe, water discharged into another electric generating plant, the "Pomeroy Station," and was then impounded behind a dam built in a gulch on the edge of the second "bench." From there irrigation water was distributed to the Vineland project located below the reservoir.

The new flume delivered water under sufficient pressure and in such places that it was possible to distribute irrigation water above Vineland and on the second "bench." Consequently the irrigation project was extended there and an additional area of fruitland plots, called Clarkston Heights, was laid out and offered for sale. The new area doubled the size of the original irrigation project. However, Clarkston Heights did not develop into a fruit raising region as quickly as the original Vineland project. Moreover, the company found itself more and more involved in its electricity business, somewhat at the expense of attention to the irrigation project.

After 1906, the electrical department of the Lewiston-Clarkston Company dominated the company as it entered into the competition for the electrification of the eastern Washington-northern Idaho area. Along with two Spokane corporations, the Washington Water Power Company, in which Adams was also an influential stockholder, and the Inland Light and Power Company, the Lewiston-Clarkston Company began to expand outward, taking up the operations of small electric firms and developing water power sites. By 1907, the company owned two hydro-electric stations, a steam plant at Clarkston, the distribution systems in Lewiston and Clarkston, transmission lines to the north and east, and distribution facilities in Lapwai, Idaho and in several small cities of the Palouse country, a northward farming area located above the Snake River canyon. The company also acquired power sites on the Grande Ronde River, located about forty miles to the south of Clarkston; on the Clearwater River, located to the east and even considered damming the Snake River.

The company never built the projected hydro-electric power stations, even though the demand for electricity increased tremendously each year. Instead, it met its customers' needs by buying power from the Washington Water Power Company, while trying to strengthen itself financially. This proved to be an almost insurmountable obstacle. The 1905 bonds had sold at so great a discount that a portion of the authorized bonds were withheld from sale. As a substitute, a patchwork of finances was established by using the unsold bonds to secure commercial paper that was sold to a number of eastern banks. The financial situation finally became so serious that by 1910 another reorganization became necessary.

In some ways the 1910 reorganization was more drastic than the previous one. This time the company could not be re-financed through Adams and his Boston associates, but had to go through Spencer Trask and Co., a New York investment bank. Cecil Barrett, a representative of Spencer Trask, became titular head of the new corporation, the Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Company, as part of the price of re-financing. E. H. Libby severed his connections with the firm and management was placed into the hands of persons more familiar with electricity than with irrigated land projects.

Differences between the Adams group and the New York group seem to have existed from the start of their relationship. Moreover, the increasing age of many of the Boston investors caused them to think of withdrawing from the enterprise. As a result, just as the company reached its height in the 1910 reorganization, it also began to be taken apart. In a few years, the northern transmission lines and electric franchises were turned over to the Washington Water Power Company. Then the bridge was sold to the public. A half-hearted financing scheme for the Grande Ronde project was begun, then halted. Finally, in 1916, a year after the death of Charles Francis Adams, the electric and water facilities were sold to New York investors who formed a new corporation named the Washington-Idaho Water, Light and Power Company. The Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Company retained the land holdings in the two irrigation projects, in the city of Clarkston and some unsubdivided land. The Spencer Trask interests then withdrew from the company and Henry Adams 2nd became the most important eastern figure.

The Washington-Idaho Company operated the water and electric system on Asotin Creek only a few years. In 1921, after becoming financially intertwined with two electric companies in southwestern Washington, it became insolvent and was put into receivership. The system was then operated jointly by the Inland Power and Light Company and the Pacific Power and Light Company until 1930 when the Washington Water Power Company acquired the facilities and franchises. The Washington Water Power Company continued to operate the water and irrigation works for a number of years, but finally abandoned them when Clarkston adopted a municipal water system and the demand for irrigation water fell off due to the decline in fruit culture in the valley.

After 1916, the LCIC became a more vigorous real estate sales organization than it had previously been. From about 1918 to the late 1920's it entered into land contract agreements with greater numbers of buyers than at any time since the "boom" at the turn of the century. In this later period its land sales consisted more of residential property than of irrigated land, a result of the appearance of the "automobile suburb" in the Snake River valley. This change in land use was reflected by the company's policy of selling land from the irrigation project area to subdividers and of platting and selling lots in new subdivisions organized by the company. Real estate sales, however, dropped off abruptly in the late 1920's. During the depression years of the 1930's almost no lots were sold and the company's operations became restricted almost totally to commercial farming on unsold land.

By 1940, the company was insolvent and its eastern ownership sold their control to a group of Clarkston people headed by E. A. White, the head of a local fruit warehouse and commission firm. Western interests had increasingly dominated the company since the early 1920s and the reorganization of the company into the Clarkston Community Corporation in 1940 meant no particularly abrupt changes. The Clarkston Community Corporation, in fact, continued the earlier policy of commercial farming and holding land in anticipation of a rise in its value. By the 1950s the demand for land had strengthened and White began to sell the company's holdings. After White's death in 1961, his widow assumed management of the firm, continuing to sell property, usually in large tracts, until 1971 when the remaining land holdings were sold to real estate developers and the firm that had founded the city of Clarkston 75 years earlier wound up its affairs. Subsequently, Mrs. White made arrangements, through the Asotin County Historical Society, to turn over the archives of the company to the Washington State University Library as a permanent record of the company's activities and influence on the history of the two cities at the confluence of the Snake and Clearwater rivers.

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Scope and Contents note

The records of the Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Company consist of approximately 150,000 items of correspondence and business records pertaining to real estate, irrigation, water power, transportation, and electricity in the far west. About one third of the collection consists of correspondence, both incoming and outgoing, reflecting the varying managerial, technical, and financial operations of the company. Much of it relates to efforts at coordinating the intentions of the Boston-based ownership of the company with the operations of the western managers, who often had opposing ideas. The correspondence also contains considerable discussion of technical matters associated with irrigation, electricity, and real estate. In addition this correspondence is of interest as members of the famous Adams family figure so predominantly in it. The correspondence dates from 1893 to 1940, with the bulk of it being from the year 1896 to 1915. Most items for 1917, 1918, 1924, and all for 1933, have been lost. The principal correspondents are Charles Francis Adams, Henry Adams 2nd, Grafton St. L. Abbott, George Bailey, Horace Bowker, Robert Foster, Edgar H. Libby, Bernard Schermerhorn, Elbert Wheeler, and William Wheeler.

A second series of records document the "formal" history of the firm. Consisting of incorporation papers, by-laws, minutes, contracts, deeds to property, title abstracts, franchises, legal rulings, reports to public officials, and so forth; these are records of the public and official acts of the company. Called the "document file" by the company, these records were those which were considered the most important of all company records at the time of their creation.

Financial and fiscal records comprise almost one fourth of the total collection. A large part of these records is made up of the vouchers which were necessary to keep the eastern and western halves of the company informed of each others doings. These vouchers, along with the attached bills, receipts, and statements, document an almost day-by-day account of the company's activities, as well as identifying clients, patrons, and other connections made by the company. Unfortunately, the vouchers mainly record expenditures and give little indication of company income. The account books contain records of income, along with most of the expenditures documented in the vouchers, although in the abbreviated form employed in accounting. The financial, or long-term money matters, of the company are documented by the contracts, mortgages, bonding arrangements, and trust agreements included in this series. Records of taxes paid from 1899 to 1906 and during the 1920's and 1930's are also included.

The collection features two types of records which document aspects of the social conditions in Washington and Idaho, as well as the history of the company. One, property disposal records, records sales of land and water and provides a demographic picture of the population which moved onto the Vineland/Clarkston project. This series is the longest among the records, in terms of time span, ranging from 1896 to 1963. A second series, personnel and payroll records, similarly contains much gross social data about the area in which the company operated.

Three types of records, each a small proportion of the total, round out the collection. All are concerned with the physical appearances and aspects of the company's operations. One type, technical records, contains many descriptions, specifications, and operating instruction for company facilities, as well as a sample of the reports of day-by-day operations. Another type of records are those emanating from promotional and public relations efforts of the company and consist mainly of photographs and descriptive brochures. Lastly, the records contain a number of maps and engineering drawings describing the land development schemes, plats, bridge, hydrological works, and electric facilities of the Company.

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Arrangement note

The records are arranged in nine series, segregating the various types of records, e.g., correspondence, financial records, personnel records, maps, etc. Within the major series, the material has been further subdivided by form and function into forty-two sub-series. Within each sub-series the material is in alphabetical, subject or chronological order, as dictated by the nature of the material and the company's previous practices. In general, the arrangement of the material is a refinement of the practices maintained by the company in managing its records. The main exception is in the correspondence series where disruption of the original order necessitated considerable rearrangement. Other exceptions are found among the technical records, where a "partial series" of daily electric generating records was maintained merely as a sample, and in the financial records, where the entire sub-series of cancelled checks (1910-1955) was withdrawn. The sample of the daily generating records was retained only to illustrate the basis of the summaries and statistical totals. The cancelled checks, on the other hand, merely recorded the transference of funds, an activity more thoroughly presented in the vouchers and account books.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries

http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/masc
Terrell Library
P.O. Box 645610
Pullman, WA, 99164-5610
509-335-6691
mascref@wsu.edu

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

The records of the Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Company, and its predecessor and successor firms, a town development, hydrological, irrigation, fruit land, electrical power and toll bridge enterprise, of Clarkston, Washington, and Boston, Massachusetts, were donated to the Washington State University Library in July and November, 1973, by the Asotin County Historical Society, which had received the records from Mrs. E. A. White of Clarkston, the last manager of the corporation.

Processing Information note

The records were arranged and processed between August and December, 1973, by Lawrence Stark, with assistance from Robert Catale and Jan Brzoska. In conjunction with a major preservation treatment project in 2005, Amy Canfield and Katrina Paxton added descriptive information to the container list for Series 1 and 2 (Correspondence and Document Files).

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Controlled Access Headings

Subject(s)

  • Electric utilities -- Washington (State) -- Clarkston Records and correspondence.
  • Irrigation -- Washington (State) -- Asotin County.
  • Real estate business -- Washington (State) -- Clarkston -Records and correspondence.
  • Water and Water Rights, City Planning

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Collection Inventory

 1 Correspondence 1893-1940 

 1.1 Letterbooks 1896-1904 

Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Company 

Box

 1896-1897 

1

 1896-1898 

2

 1897-1901 

3

 1899-1901 

4

 1900-1904 

5
Box

Elbert Wheeler 1896-1900 

6

 1.2 General Correspondence 1895-1940 

Box Folder

Correspondence 1895 

7 1

Correspondence 1896 

Box Folder

A-B; includes Grafton St. L. Abbott, Charles Francis Adams, George Bailey 

7 2

C-G 

7 3

H-L; includes C.J. Hubbard; Edgar H. Libby; letters concerning financial expenditures for Charles Adams 

7 4

M-R; includes D.R. McGinnis, Hugh Nesbitt 

7 5

S-V; includes Bernard Schermerhorn 

7 6

W; includes Elbert Wheeler, Western Lumber Company 

7 7-9

W; includes Elbert Wheeler (continued) 

8 10

W-Z 

8 11

Correspondence 1897 

Box Folder

A; includes Grafton St. L. Abbott, Charles Francis Adams 

8 12

B-C; includes George Bailey 

8 13

D-G 

8 14

H; includes photographs of various bridges for proposed bridge in Concord 

8 15-16

I-L; includes Edgar H. Libby 

9 17-18

M-S; includes Charles Swain 

9 19

S-V; includes Bernard Schermerhorn 

10 20

W; includes Elbert Wheeler 

10 21-24

W-Z 

10 25

Correspondence 1898 

Box Folder

A; includes Grafton St. L. Abbott, Charles Francis Adams 

10 26

A; includes Charles Francis Adams 

10 27-28

B; includes George Bailey 

10 29

B-D; includes George Bailey 

10 30

E-G 

11 31

H; includes C.J. Hubbard 

11 32-33

H-L; includes Edgar H. Libby 

11 34

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; pictures of overwheel shot 

11 35-37

M-P; includes Hugh Nesbitt 

11 38

P-R; includes Puget Sound Pipe Co. 

11 39

S-W; includes Elbert Wheeler 

12 40

W; includes Elbert Wheeler 

12 41-42

W-Z; includes Elbert Wheeler 

12 43

Correspondence 1899 

Box Folder

A; includes Grafton St. L. Abbott 

13 44-45

A; includes Grafton St. L. Abbott, Charles Francis Adams 

13 46-47

B; includes George Bailey, letters concerning Asotin lands 

13 48-49

B; includes letters concerning Thornton lands 

13 50

C; includes monthly earnings statements for 1899, newspaper article on changing town name to Clarkston 

13 51

D-F; includes Fruit Growers Publishing Company 

13 52

G-I 

14 53

K-L; includes Edgar H. Libby, letters concerning name change 

14 54

L; includes Edgar H. Libby 

14 55-58

L; includes Edgar H. Libby, letters concerning advertising issues 

14 59

M; includes D.R. McGinnis 

14 60

N; includes Hugh Nesbitt, letters concerning railroad price quotes and rights-of-way, architectural drawing of proposed model for houses in Concord 

14 61

O-P; includes Pittsburgh Bridge Company, Puget Sound Pipe Company 

15 62

P-R; includes Pittsburgh Bridge Company 

15 63

S; includes Bernard Schermerhorn, Charles Swain 

15 64

S-W; includes Charles Swain, Spokesman Review, Elbert Wheeler 

15 65

W-Z; includes Elbert Wheeler 

15 66

Correspondence and promotional literature 1900 

Box Folder

A; includes Grafton St. L. Abbott 

16 67

A; includes Grafton St. L. Abbott; letters concerning water issues for farms, town lots, and irrigation; letters concerning profits for 1899 and 1900 

16 68

A; includes Grafton St. L. Abbott; Charles Francis Adams; articles of incorporation for Clarkston Water Works; letters concerning the appointment of Henry Adams as bridge manager 

16 69

A-B; includes Charles Francis Adams; George Bailey; Asotin Land and Water Company annual financial report for 1900; list of advertising records for 1899 and 1900 

16 70

B; includes George Bailey 

16 71-72

C; includes monthly earnings statements for 1900; C.L. Corey 

16 73

C-D; includes newspaper advertising costs and figures 

16 74

E-G; includes Excelsior Wooden Pipe Company 

16 75

H-K 

16 76

Literature (promotional literature for Clarkston lands) 

16 77

L; includes Edgar H. Libby 

16 78

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; letters concerning a proposed power site for the flour mill; monthly financial statements 

17 79

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; financial reports; expense vouchers, partial list of employee salaries 

17 80

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; financial reports 

17 81

L; includes Edgar H. Libby 

17 82-84

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; sample of application for water to the Lewiston Water and Light Company 

17 85

M-N; includes McGinnis Advertising Company; Neptune Meter Company; Northern Pacific Railway Company 

17 86

N-O; includes Northern Pacific Railway Company; freight claims for Clarkston Water Works; Oregon Iron and Steel Company 

17 87

O; includes Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company; letters concerning right-of-way negotiations 

17 88

P-R; includes Pittsburgh Bridge Company; geological survey of Lewiston-Clarkston region for artesian wells 

17 89

S; includes water prices for irrigation and private residences 

18 90

S-T; includes Bernard Schermerhorn 

18 91

V-Z; includes Elbert Wheeler 

18 92

Correspondence 1901 

Box Folder

A; includes Grafton St. L. Abbott; letters concerning establishing a German beer garden in Clarkston 

18 93

A; includes Grafton St. L. Abbott; Charles Francis Adams 

18 94

A; includes Charles Francis Adams; water right agreement at Asotin 

18 95

B-C; includes George Bailey; David Bannister; agreement between Lewiston Water and Power Company and the Vineland Presbyterian Church for land to build a church 

18 96

C-D; includes Crane Company; Dayton 

18 97

E-F; includes monthly earnings statements 

18 98

G-H; includes Will H. Gibson 

18 99

I-L; includes James Justus, Edgar H. Libby 

18 100

L; includes Edgar H. Libby 

19 101

L; includes Edgar H. Libby, M.H. Moore, reports on cast iron pipes 

19 102

L; includes Edgar H. Libby, letters concerning sale of Lewiston Light Company, Ltd. to the Lewiston Water and Power Company, general report on company finances 

19 103

L; includes Edgar H. Libby 

19 104

L; includes Edgar H. Libby, Grande Ronde purchase, Vineland Preserving Association 

19 105

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; newspaper clipping of letter to the editor protesting German beer garden; petition from Asotin County residents supporting the Blue Mountains forest reserve 

19 106

M; includes M.H. Moore, monthly earnings statements 

19 107

N-O; includes Hugh Nesbitt, Neptune Metal Company, Oregon Iron and Steel Company 

19 108

O-R; includes Pittsburgh Bridge Company 

19 109

R-S; includesBernard Schermerhorn 

19 110

S-T; includes Bernard Schermerhorn, letters concerning taxes 

20 111

V-W; includes Victor Telephone Works, Elbert Wheeler 

20 112

W; includes Elbert Wheeler 

20 113-114

Correspondence 1902 

Box Folder

A; includes Grafton St. L. Abbott, appointment of a superintendent to the electrical department 

20 115

A; includes Grafton St. L. Abbott; Charles Francis Adams; Arthur Adams; Henry Adams 2nd 

20 116

A; includes Charles Francis Adams; Henry Adams 2nd; letters concerning a proposal for a raise for Libby; letter concerning overall finances for company 

20 117

A; includes Charles Francis Adams; agreement to deposit all Electric Light and Company stock in Elbert Wheeler's name 

20 118

A; includes F.C. Austin; correspondence with American Falls Power, Light, and Water Company regarding city rates for electric street lights 

20 119

B; includes George Bailey; John Bell (Asotin County Auditor) 

21 120

C; includes monthly earnings statements 

21 121

C-D; includes Crane Company 

21 122

D-F; includes E.W. Eaves 

21 123

F-H; includes D.L. Huntington 

21 124

H; includes D.L. Huntington; letters concerning Lewiston Water and Power Company's proposal to Idaho Legislature to protect power transmission lines and to give electric companies the power of eminent domain 

22 125

H; includes D.L. Huntington; drawings of the Pelton Wheel Shaft 

22 126

I-K; includes J.J. Jennings; Kilbourne and Clark Company 

22 127

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; letters concerning saloons in Clarkston; letters concerning Blue Mountain Reserve 

22 128

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; letters regarding reorganization and extensions for company 

22 129

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; letters concerning saloons in Clarkston 

22 130

L; includes Edgar H. Libby 

22 131-132

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; bank statements of resources and liabilities from First National Bank at Lewiston 

22 133

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; inventory of lands; statement of assets; letters concerning electric substations 

23 134

L; includes Edgar H. Libby 

23 135

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; purchase of Lewiston Light Company 

23 136

L; includes Edgar H. Libby 

23 137-138

L-M; includes monthly meteorological summaries 

23 139

M-N; includes M.H. Moore; Northern Pacific Railway Corporation 

23 140

N-O; includes National Drilling and Manufacturing Company, Otis Elevator Company 

23 141

O-P; includes Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company, Oregon Iron and Steel Company 

23 142

P-Q; includes Portland General Electric Company, Pelton Water Wheel Company 

24 143

R-S; includes State Street Trust Company, letters concerning arguments on railroads through the region 

24 144

S; includes State Street Trust Company, letters concerning saloons in Clarkston 

24 145

S-T; includes Traveler's Insurance Company of Hartford, Connecticut; Senator George Turner; letters concerning insurance issues (policy costs, coverage, etc.); Blue Mountain Reserve 

24 146

U-W; includes Elbert Wheeler, Lewiston city contract, E.T. Vernon 

24 147

W; includes Elbert Wheeler, Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company 

24 148-149

W; includes Wagner Electric and Manufacturing Company 

24 150

W; includes Elbert Wheeler 

24 151-152

W; includes Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, Wagner Electric and Manufacturing Company 

25 153

W-Z 

25 154

Correspondence 1903 

Box Folder

A; includes Grafton St. L. Abbott; Sage Akin 

25 155

A; includes Grafton St. L. Abbott; Henry Adams 2nd 

25 156

A; includes Grafton St. L. Abbott, E.F. Austin Manufacturing Company 

25 157

A; includes Charles Francis Adams, letters concerning an artesian well in Clarkston 

25 158

B; includes Charles Francis Adams, John Bell, letters concerning a ferry for Snake River 

25 159

B-C; includes George Bailey; Clarkston Fruit Growers Association; summary of Clarkston Water Works (rates, miles of pipe, etc.) 

25 160

C; includes Clarkston Fruit Growers Association; monthly earnings statements 

25 161

C; includes Crane Company 

26 162

C-D; includes Crane Company; letters concerning water works extension through Clarkston 

26 163

D-E; includes Emerson Electric and Manufacturing Company 

26 164

E-H 

26 165

H-K; includes D.L. Huntington 

26 166

L; includes Edgar H. Libby 

26 167

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; Lewiston-Owyhee Railroad 

26 168

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; Moscow extension contract; profits statement for 1902; letters concerning saloons in Clarkston 

26 169

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; letters concerning ferry for Snake River 

26 170

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; news article on high electric rates 

26 171

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; letters concerning the court's findings on the Minion case 

27 172

L; includes Edgar H. Libby 

27 173

L; includes Edgar H. Libby, account summary from 1902 

27 174

L-M; includes Edgar H. Libby; W.E. Moore; letters concerning changing the town's name; letters concerning the Morrison deal; J. Horace McFarland 

27 175

M-N; includes National Irrigation Congress 

27 176

N-O; includes New York and Ohio Company 

27 177

O-P; includes Pelton Water Wheel Company; Pacific Coast Pipe Company; Puget Sound Pipe Company; Pembina Portland Cement Company 

27 178

P-R; includes Pembina Portland Cement Company; Pelton Water Wheel Company; report on proposed extensions of hydro-electric power plant 

27 179

R-S; includes Replogle Governor Works 

27 180

S; includes State Street Trust Company; Stilwell-Bierce and Smith-Vaile Company; letters concerning possible reservoir site 

27 181

S; includes State Street Trust Company; Standard Oil Company; letters concerning proposed railway franchise; telegraphs regarding road surveys 

28 182

T-W; includes Travelers Insurance Company of Hartford, Connecticut; Union Water Meter Company; Union Iron Works; tax receipts; proposed Moscow extension contract 

28 183

W; includes Elbert Wheeler; letters concerning Grande Ronde plant; Irrigation Manager's meeting; Moscow extension contract 

28 184

W; includes Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company; electric plant contracts 

28 185

W; includes Elbert Wheeler; letters concerning reservoir site; letters concerning dam at Grande Ronde 

28 186

W; includes Elbert Wheeler; Lewiston City Pumping Station; lease for Valley Lumber and Manufacturing Company 

28 187

W; includes Elbert Wheeler; lease for Valley Lumber and Manufacturing Company 

28 188

W-Z; includes Elbert Wheeler 

28 189

Correspondence 1904 

Box Folder

A; includes Grafton St. L. Abbott; instructions for setting automatic pumps; letters concerning Pomeroy Gulch reservoir 

28 190

A; includes S.F. Alden and Company; Atlas Engine Works; American Steel and Wire Company 

28 191

A; includes American Steel and Wire Company; Alberger Condenser Company; Atlas Engine Works; letters concerning Snake River ferry; letters concerning Asotin Creek water rights 

29 192

A; includes Grafton St. L. Abbott; Henry Adams; letter regarding irrigation concerns 

29 193

A; includes Grafton St. L. Abbott; reduction of company rates; death of Bennie Riggs (young boy who picked up an electrical wire) and the lawsuit with his family 

29 194

A-B; includes Grafton St. L. Abbott; cost of repairing flume; ownership of powerhouse site at Asotin Creek; George Bailey 

29 195

B; includes George Bailey; Bowles and Stow; J.R. Bowles; John B. Bell and Company; Beck Duplication System; water rights purchases 

29 196

B; includes Horace Bowker; installing fire hydrants in Clarkston 

29 197

B; includes Horace Bowker; orchard returns for 1903; retailing bonds; cherry orchard 

29 198

B; includes Horace Bowker; George Bailey 

29 199

C; includes California Electric Works 

29 200-201

C; includes California Electric Works; monthly earnings statements 

30 202

C; includes meter rentals; construction camp; joint use of telephone poles and electric poles 

30 203

C; includes Crane Co.; Central Electric Co. 

30 204

D; includes S.W.R. Sally Standard Building Supplies; Dayton Glow Ironblocks 

30 205

D-E; includes Abner Doble Co.; George W. Evans and Co.; specifications of building for Lewiston Water and Power by John K. Dow 

30 206

E; includes Excelsior Wooden Pipe Co.; Everett Railway and Electric Co.; The Equipment Co.; construction estimates for standard transmission line; report on proposed extensions of hydro-electric power plant 

30 207

E-F; includes W.P. Fuller and Co. 

30 208

G; includes T.A. Gillespie and Co. 

30 209

G; includes T.A. Gillespie and Co.; General Electric Co.; printing pamphlets to advertise Lewiston-Clarkston region, entitled "The Gateway" 

30 210

G-H; includes Holley-Mason, Marks and Co.; D.L. Huntington; Hillside Mining and Milling Co. Ltd.; transmission lines; proposal from General Electric Co. for electrical apparatus 

30 211

I; includes Inland Printing Co.; Harris Ice Machine Works; ice machine specifications; ice-making plate system; Clarkston Water Works rules and regulations (pamphlet) 

31 212

I-J; includes Harris Ice Machine Works; John J. Jennings; copies of Marcel Andiffren's improvements on refrigeration (patents) 

31 213

J-K; includes John J. Jennings; Kilbourne and Clark Co.; John L. Kirk; C.S. Knowles; letters regarding installing a phone line 

31 214

K-L; includes C.S. Knowles; Edgar H. Libby; Moscow mortgage and enterprise 

31 215

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; letters regarding right-of-way over government lands; contract with Lewiston Foundry and Machine Works to provide insulation pins; letter to company employees regarding upcoming reorganization 

31 216

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; Hallidie-Henshaw-Bulkley Co.; letters regarding fuel economizers 

31 217

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; Hallidie-Henshaw-Bulkley Co.; Locke Insulation Manufacturing Co.; specifications on steam boilers 

31 218

L; includes Edgar H. Libby 

31 219

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; Moscow franchise; flume repair; new conduit work (potential dangers) 

31 220

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; saloons; Lewiston Light Co., Ltd.; financial status and report for company 

31 221

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; banks in Lewiston; death of Bennie Riggs; water contracts for Clarkston fire hydrants 

32 222

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; articles of incorporation for Lewiston-Clarkston Company; loss of water to customers and meter rates; electrical apparatus for steam auxiliary 

32 223

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; lands on second bench (Scully Ranch) 

32 224

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; Moscow franchise and finances 

32 225

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; Moscow franchise and finances; Clarkston Water Works organization; rebuilding flume and ditch system; "The Gateway" (pamphlet) 

32 226

L; includes Edgar H. Libby; lighting contracts; meeting of stockholders; contract between Lewiston Foundry and Machine Works and Lewiston Water and Power Co. 

32 227

L; includes Edgar H. Libby 

32 228

M; includes Moran and Hastings Manufacturing Co.; Miracle Pressed Stone Co.; Charles C. Moore; Chas. C. Moore and Co. Engineers; Montana Electric Co. 

32 229

M; includes Montana Electric Co.; W.E. Moore 

32 230

M; includes Moscow Electric Light and Power Co.; M.J. Shields and Co. 

32 231

M; includes M.J. Shields and Co.; Madison Lumber Co.; Moscow mortgage bonds; ordinance to Moscow Electric Light and Power Co. to transmit electricity to Moscow 

33 232

M; includes Moscow Electric Light and Power Co. 

33 233

M-N; includes Moscow Electric Light and Power Co.; C.W. Mott; Mutual Transit Co.; Northern Pacific Railway Co. 

33 234

N; includes Northern Pacific Railway Co. 

33 235

N; includes Northern Pacific Railway Co.; Nashua Trust Co.; First National Bank; Second National Bank; Northwest Electric Engineering Co.; National Wood Pipe Co.; National Iron Works 

33 236

O-P; includes Oregon Railroad and Navigation Co., Otis Elevator Co. 

33 237

P; includes Puritan Trust Co. account information; sketches of transmission lines; Asotin power site; Pelton Water Wheel Co.; Puget Sound Bridge Building and Dredging Co.; building a dam at Grande Ronde; Portland General Electric Co.; Portland Cement Co. 

33 238

P; includes price quotes on pipes for irrigation from miscellaneous companies; sketches of High Pressure Victor Water Wheel (efficiency curves) 

33 239

P; includes Portland Cement Co.; Pembina Portland Cement Co.; Pelton Water Wheel Co. 

33 240

P; includes Pelton Water Wheel Co.; Pacific Coast Pipe Co. 

33 241

P-R; includes Pacific Coast Pipe Co.; Replogle Governor Works; Remington Typewriter Co. 

34 242

R; includes Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey; A.E. Ransom; Cave Gulch mining business; proposed street and railway system; plant at Asotin Creek 

34 243

R; includes A.E. Ransom 

34 244

R; includes A.E. Ransom; specifications for auxiliary steam plant at Asotin 

34 245

R-S; includes A.E. Ransom; water rights at Asotin Creek; John A. Roebling's Sons Co.; Standard Underground Cable Co. 

34 246

S; includes Standard Underground Cable Co.; Stillwell-Bierce and Smith-Vaile Co.; Samuel Storrow; proposal of machinery by Stillwell-Bierce and Smith-Vaile Co.; sketch of High Pressure Victor Water Wheel (efficiency curves) 

34 247

S; includes Standard Underground Cable Co.; Stillwell-Bierce and Smith-Vaile Co.; sketch of water wheel from Stillwell-Bierce and Smith-Vaile Co.; purchase contract for and sketch of Victor Turbine Machinery and Apparatus from Stillwell-Bierce and Smith-Vaile Co. 

34 248

S; includes death of Bennie Riggs; Spokane Iron Works; Bernard Schermerhorn 

34 249

S; includes right-of-way for electrical transmission line across, over, or along railroad right-of-way; real estate sale with P. Sharp; fabric samples for tent from Seattle Tent and Awning Co.; Bernard Schermerhorn; Chas. F. Sloane Co.; J.D. Sherwood 

34 250

S; includes State Street Trust Co. 

34 251

S; includes State Street Trust Co.; sketch of substation panels; saloons in Clarkston 

35 252

S-T; includes State Street Trust Co.; Moscow transmission line; tax assessment 

35 253

T; includes Travelers Insurance Co.; R. Thomas and Sons Co.; Lewiston Light Co. rates for lights 

35 254

T-W; includes R. Thomas and Sons Co.; Union Water Meter Co.; Willamette Boiler Works; opera house in Clarkston 

35 255

W; includes Willamette Boiler Works 

35 256

W; includes advertisements and pictures for reinforced concrete from W.N. Wight and Co.; Wadhams and Co.; lightning arrestors 

35 257

W; includes Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.; electrical apparatus for steam auxiliary 

35 258

W; includes William Wheeler; steam auxiliary plant 

35 259

W; includes William Wheeler; turbine station 

35 260

W; includes Elbert Wheeler; cement purchases; lands on second bench (Scully Ranch) 

35 261

W; includes Elbert Wheeler; Scully Ranch; intake tower at auxiliary plant 

36 262

W; includes Elbert Wheeler; railroad right-of-way in Vineland; auxiliary plant data 

36 263

W; includes Elbert Wheeler; riparian rights; land purchases 

36 264

W; includes Elbert Wheeler 

36 265

W; includes Elbert Wheeler; cost of Moscow line 

36 266

W; includes Elbert Wheeler; Lewiston Light Co. financial statement; Moscow franchise 

36 267

W; includes Elbert Wheeler; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.; water rights 

36 268

W; includes Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.; proposal from Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. on bonds; switchboard data sheet 

36 269

W; includes Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 1904 

36 270-271

W-Z; includes Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

37 272

Correspondence 1905 

Box Folder

A; Alberger Condensing Co.; Grafton St. L. Abbott 

37 273

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; Charles Adams; Henry Adams 

37 274

A; Charles Adams; Henry Adams 

37 275

A; Bridge issues; Grafton St. L. Abbott; Alberger Condensing Co. 

37 276

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; pumping water for irrigation; street railways; Adams Ranch; proposed state irrigation law 

37 277

A; Atlas Engineering Co.; Light Co. statement for ; memorandum on flumes and irrigation; Asotin Land and Water Co. 

37 278

A-B; Grafton St. L. Abbott; letter to stockholders regarding company reorganization; George Bailey 

37 279

B; George Bailey; Horace Bowker 

37 280

B; Horace Bowker; John Bell; irrigation concerns 

37 281

B; Horace Bowker; injury to crops (peaches); western water development 

38 282

B; Horace Bowker; financial statement for the company; George Bailey 

38 283

B; Horace Bowker 

38 284

B-C; Horace Bowker 

38 285

C; Coffin Valve Co.; invoice for Clarkston Water Works; Central Electric Co.; Crane Co. 

38 286

C; Crane Co.; Thomas Cox; Cory, Meredith, and Allen 

38 287

C; Cory, Meredith, and Allen; new power plant at Asotin; hydro-electric plants; California Electric Works 

38 288

C; California Electric Works; Central Electric Co. 

38 289

C-E; Central Electric Co.; Abner-Doble Co. 

38 290

E-F; List of lines, buildings, and supplies for electrical department of Lewiston-Clarkston Co.; Journal of Electricity, Power, and Gas; C.M Evans and Co.; Charles Florence 

38 291

F-G; Charles Florence; Lewiston-Clarkston fair; Gifford Pinchot; Department of Agriculture; General Electric Co.; "The Gateway" (pamphlet) 

38 292

G; John W. Graham and Co.; Will H. Gibson 

38 293

H; Holley Mason Hardware Co.; Hallidie-Henshaw-Bulkley Co.; W.D. Hofius and Co. 

39 294

H-J; Journal of Electricity, Power, and Gas 

39 295

J-K; W.L. Jones; John J. Jennings; F.C. Kimball 

39 296

K; F.C. Kimball; Progress Report 

39 297

L; Edgar H. Libby; threatened loss of population; sale of securities 

39 298

L; Edgar H. Libby; Moscow Company's settlement; electric railroad from Lewiston-Clarkston to Grangeville; Light and Power income; financial estimate 

39 299

L; Edgar H. Libby; railroads; House Bill No. 45 (Idaho); Pomeroy reservoir site 

39 300

L; Edgar H. Libby; cannery lease 

39 301

L; Edgar H. Libby; department reorganization; fire in Lewiston office 

39 302

L; Edgar H. Libby; Woelflen claim; Pomeroy reservoir; Moscow contract; taxation of franchises; railroads 

39 303

L; Edgar H. Libby; Lewiston-Clarkston Bridge Co.; finances for company; irrigation with Asotin Creek 

40 304

L; Edgar H. Libby; financial reports 

40 305

L; Edgar H. Libby; Department of the Interior; topographic map of Pomeroy Gulch 

40 306

L; Wenaha Forest Reserve; lease with Idaho 

40 307

L; Kidwell land on Asotin Creek; rebuilding the flume; Pomeroy reservoir 

40 308

L-M; Lowman and Hanford Co.; public lands; Lima Insulation Co.; Moscow Electric Light and Power Co. 

40 309

M; Moscow Electric Light and Power Co. 

40 310

M; Chas. C. Moore and Co. Engineers; W.E. Moore; Montana Electric Co.; Clearwater Point placer deposit 

40 311

M-N; J. Horace McFarland; First National Bank; Second National Bank; North Pacific Railway Co. 

40 312

N; North Pacific Railway Co.; Lewiston-Clarkston shops locations; petition to erect electric lines; National Irrigation Association; National Wood Pipe Co. 

40 313

N-P; Oregon Railroad and Navigation Co.; articles of incorporation for Open River Transportation Co.; Portland Cement Co. 

40 314

P; Portland Cement Co.; Peabody, Houghteling and Co. 

41 315

P; Platt Iron Works; Pacific Coast Pipe Co.; Pembina Portland Cement Co.; Pacific Bridge Co.; Pelton Water Wheel Co 

41 316

P-R; Ordinance giving Moscow Electric Light and Power Co. the authority to provide power to Pullman; preliminary report on Alberger Condensing Equipment; engineer's records; sketch of proposed power line to Pomeroy Gulch; summary of costs to provide power to Pullman, Moscow, Genesee, Uniontown, and Asotin; Queen and Co. 

41 317

R; A.E. Ransom; Alberger Condensing Equipment; Replogle Governor Works 

41 318

R; Rules and regulations for Board of Trustees 

41 319

R; Constructing electric steam railroad from Grangeville to Lewiston 

41 320

R-S; Electric railway to Lewiston; Standard Underground Cable Co.; Sawyer-Mann Co. 

41 321

S; Standard Underground Cable Co.; State Street Trust Co.; Isham N. Smith 

41 322

S; Bernard Schermerhorn; U.S. Geological Survey for Reclamation 

41 323

S; State Street Trust Co.; Standard Underground Cable Co. 

41 324

S; State Street Trust Co.; Standard Underground Cable Co. 

41 325

S; Samuel Storrow; State Street Trust Co.; Standard Underground Cable Co. 

42 326

T; Title Guaranty and Trust Co.; J.N. Teal; R. Thomas and Sons Co.; Pomeroy reservoir; electric railroad to Grangeville; saloon case decree from Superior Court; new legislation for right of eminent domain 

42 327

U-W; Union Pacific Railroad Co.; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

42 328

W; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

42 329-333

W; Willamette Boiler Works 

42 334

W; Willamette Boiler Works; Elbert Wheeler; Moscow contract 

42 335

W; Elbert Wheeler 

43 336-338

W; Elbert Wheeler; franchise taxes 

43 339

W; Elbert Wheeler; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.; Willamette Boiler Works 

43 340

W; Sam Wheeler; William Wheeler; flume repairs 

43 341

W; William Wheeler; Pomeroy reservoir site; dam at Pomeroy 

43 342

W; William Wheeler 

43 343

W; William Wheeler; Pomeroy reservoir site 

43 344

W; William Wheeler 

43 345

W-Z; William Wheeler; engineering data 

43 346

Correspondence 1906 

Box Folder

A; Henry Adams; Grafton St. L. Abbott; C.P. Allen General Contracting Co. 

44 347

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; Charles Adams 

44 348

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; C.P. Allen General Contracting Co. 

44 349

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott 

44 350

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; agreement with Atlas Portland Cement Co. 

44 351

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; lot donation for Clarkston Public Library 

44 352

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; electric transmission line between Moscow and Pullman 

44 353

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott 

44 354-355

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; second bench land sales; sale and value of irrigated lands 

44 356

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; Henry Adams 

44 357

A; Sage Akin; Alberger Condensing Co.; Allis-Chalmers Co.; American Cableway Co.; American Spiral Pipe Works 

45 358

A; American Steel and Wire Co.; C.S. Florence, Asotin Country Auditor 

45 359

A; Asotin County; Atlas Portland Cement Co.; Henry Adams; American Bridge Co. 

45 360

A-B; George Bailey 

45 361

B; George Bailey; deed for water rights; right of eminent domain 

45 362

B; George Bailey; Gose retainer; Horace Bowker 

45 363

B; Horace Bowker; A.G. Bagley and Co.; Balfour, Guthrie and Co.; Bank of Clarkston 

45 364

B; Blue Mountain Lumber Co.; J.R. Bowles; Bowles Switch Co.; S.F. Bowser and Co. 

45 365

B; Bradley Engineering and Machines Co.; Frank E. Brown; Brown Brothers; Buff and Buff Manufacturing Co.; Burt Manufacturing Co.; Bank of Asotin 

45 366

B; John Bell; Horace Bowker 

45 367

B-C; U.S. Department of Agriculture Monthly List of Publications; Burroughs Adding Machine Co.; Central Electric Co. 

45 368

C; Cascade Coal and Coke Co.; Carley Bros.; Caldwell Bros.; Central Electric Co.; Chicago Fire Proof Covering Co.; Clark and Wilson Lumber Co.; W.J. Clemans 

46 369

C; Continental Oil Co.; Cory, Meredith, and Allen; California Electric Works 

46 370

C; California Electric Works; Crane Co. 

46 371

C; Crane Co.; F.T. Crow and Co. 

46 372

C; F.T. Crow and Co.; Kirtland K. Cutter 

46 373

D; S.W.R. Dally; Dayton Globe Works; Doerr Mitchell and Co. 

46 374

D; Abner Doble Co. 

46 375-376

E; East Jersey Pipe Co.; Eastern and Western Lumber Co. 

46 377-378

E; East Jersey Pipe Co. 

46 379

E-F; Electrical department invoice; Journal of Electricity Publishing Co.; Engineering Agency; Evans, Hooper, and Burrows Co.; Excelsior Wooden Pipe Co.; Eastern and Western Lumber Co. 

47 380

F; Temperance in Clarkston (comparing it to Fargo, North Dakota); Ed Fountain; prices for Interstate Fair 

47 381

F; Lewiston-Clarkston Interstate Fair; Fairbanks Morse and Co.; First National Bank; Fobes Supply Co. 

47 382

F-G; Fobes Supply Co.; Garlock Packing Co. 

47 383

G; Ordinance 79 for Moscow Electric Light and Power Co. to supply Genesee with power; Gray's Harbor Lumber Co.; A.B. Gritzmacher; General Electric Co. 

47 384

G; General Electric Co.; John W. Graham and Co. 

47 385

G; Guernsey and Newton 

47 386

G-H; Aetna Life Insurance Co.; H.J. Garrison; Brown and Garrison; Hersey Manufacturing Co. 

47 387

H; Hunt, Mirk and Co.; Hallidie Machinery Co.; sketches of high-grade cranes 

47 388

H; Howe, Davis, and Kilham; Holley-Mason Hardware Co.; Hughes Co. 

47 389

I-J; Idaho Fuel Co.; Idaho House Bill 45; John J. Jennings; Johnson Brothers; J.M. Justus 

47 390

K; Otis H. Keane Inc.; F.C. Kimball 

48 391

K; F.C. Kimball 

48 392

K; F.C. Kimball; Kinnear Manufacturing Co. 

48 393

K; Kinnear Manufacturing Co.; Kilbourne and Clark Co.; F.C. Kimball 

48 394

K-L; F.C. Kimball; Edgar H. Libby; water rights deed 

48 395

L; Edgar H. Libby; rules and regulations for irrigated lands 

48 396

L; Edgar H. Libby; transmission line between Moscow and Pullman 

48 397

L; Edgar H. Libby; railroad situation 

48 398

L; Edgar H. Libby; alcohol power competition; Moscow-Pullman line 

48 399

L; Edgar H. Libby; Morrison right-of-way deal; Asotin-Clarkston transmission line; lot donation for Clarkston Public Library 

48 400

L; Edgar H. Libby 

48 401

L; Edgar H. Libby; prospects and contingencies for further capital; Lewiston Business School; earning statements 

49 402

L; Railroad situation; reports for October and September; company summary 

49 403

L; Further maintenance and revenue; Edgar H. Libby 

49 404

L; Lewiston Land and Water Co., Ltd.; Lowman and Hanford; William E. Lurch 

49 405

L; Pipeline irrigation; Lumber Manufacturer's Agency 

49 406

L-M; Lumber Manufacturer's Agency; J. Horace McFarland 

49 407

M; Maple Brost.; Marine Iron Works Inc. 

49 408

M; W.H. Moore; Charles C. Moore; J.E. Moore 

49 409

M; Montana Electric Co.; Moscow Electric Light and Power Co. 

49 410

M-N; Moscow Electric Light and Power Co.; H. Mueller Manufacturing Co. 

49 411

N; North Pacific Railway Co.; Northwestern Mutual Fire Association; National Meter Co.; National Paint and Varnish Co. 

49 412

N; Nernst Lamp Co.; Neptune Meter Co.; Northwestern Gas and Electric Co.; Northwestern Time Co.; final list of question for the Question Box; National Wood Pipe Co.; National Iron Works 

50 413

N; North Pacific Lumber Co.; Northwestern Mutual Fire Association; North Pacific Railway Co. 

50 414

O; Omaha Hotel Supply Co.; Oregon Iron and Steel Co.; Oregon Railroad and Navigation Co. 

50 415

P; Peabody, Houghteling, and Co.; Pelton Water Wheel Co. 

50 416

P; Pelton Water Wheel Co.; Pacific Coast Pipe Co.; Pacific Electric Heating Co. 

50 417

P; Pembina Portland Cement Co.; complaints over lack of water; Portland Cement Co. 

50 418

P; Pelton Water Wheel Co.; Pierson, Roeding and Co.; Platt Iron Works 

50 419

Q-R; Queens and Co.; Queen City Foundry; Tom Richardson; George Reed; David H. Ransom; Replogle Governor Works 

50 420

R; Risdun Iron and Locomotive Works; A.E. Ransom 

50 421

R-S; A.E. Ransom's resignation; Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey; Roebling's Sons Co.; Robert Schleicher; Spokesman Review 

50 422

S; State Street Trust Co. 

50 423

S; State Street Trust Co.; Sawyer-Man Electric Co.; Standard Underground Cable Co. 

51 424

S; State Street Trust Co.; treasurer's report; Sawyer-Man Electric Co.; Robert Schleicher; Bernard Schermerhorn 

51 425

S; Shaw-Walker Co. 

51 426

S; Shaw-Walker Co.; Spokane Machinery and Supply Co.; Spokane and Inland Railway Co. 

51 427

S; Stromberg-Carlson Telephone Manufacturing Co.; Strotesky and Sweatt; Bernard Schermerhorn; Shaw and Borden Co.; Simplex Electrical Co. 

51 428

S; Isham N. Smith; Standard Oil Co.; Standard Underground Cable Co.; George C. Strow 

51 429

S-T; George C. Strow; R. Thomas and Sons Co. 

51 430

T-V; J.E. Tourtellotte and Co.; Union Water Meter Co.; Union Iron Works; U.S. Cast Iron Pipe and Foundry Co.; Vineland Industrial Club 

51 431

U-V; Union Iron Works; Vineland Industrial Club 

51 432

U-W; Union Iron Works; Vineland Nurseries Co.; proposed sale; Westinghouse Electric Manufacturing Co. 

51 433

W; Westinghouse Electric Manufacturing Co. 

51 434

W; Westinghouse Electric Manufacturing Co. 

52 435

W; Elbert Wheeler; Sawyer-Man Electric Co. 

52 436

W; Elbert Wheeler 

52 437-439

W; Elbert Wheeler; monthly profit statements 

52 440

W; Elbert Wheeler; expenditures and receipts; ledger accounts 

52 441

W; Elbert Wheeler 

52 442

W; Elbert Wheeler; two warranty deeds with water rights 

52 443

W; Elbert Wheeler 

52 444

W; Elbert Wheeler; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

52 445

W; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.; William Wheeler 

53 446

W; Henry R. Worthington; Washington Pipe and Foundry Co.; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

53 447

W; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.; William Wheeler; additional development at Asotin 

53 448

W; William Wheeler; proposals for wood stovepipes; sketch of second bench 

53 449

W; William Wheeler 

53 450

W; William Wheeler; equalizing reservoir near Penstock 

53 451

W; William Wheeler; sketch of reservoir near Penstock 

53 452

W; William Wheeler; dam at Pomeroy Gulch 

53 453

W; William Wheeler; headworks at Asotin Creek; Elbert Wheeler 

53 454

W; Elbert Wheeler; Public Library lot 

53 455

W; Elbert Wheeler; Morrison right-of-way deal 

53 456

W; Elbert Wheeler 

54 457-458

W; Elbert Wheeler; transmission line to Palouse; Washington Water Power Co. 

54 459

W; Washington Water Power Co.; Western Electric Co.; Willamette Boiler Works; Willamette Iron and Steel Works; Woods and Huddart 

54 460

W; Woods and Huddart; Whiting Foundry Electric Co.; Elbert Wheeler 

54 461

W; Elbert Wheeler 

54 462

W; Elbert Wheeler; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.; potential regulators 

54 463

W; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.; transformer-meter contract with Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

54 464

W; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.; switchboards 

54 465

W; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.; Wagner Electric Manufacturing Co.; Professor O.L. Walker; Washington Iron Works; Western Mining Supply Co.; Western States Portland Cement Co.; Whitman County; Mrs. A.P. Whetstone 

54 466

W-Z; New Asotin transmission line; Woods and Huddart; Board of Land Commissioners; Washington Pipe and Foundry Co.; Martin Zindel; Zimmerman-Wells-Brown Co. 

54 467

Correspondence 1907 

Box Folder

A; Henry Adams; Grafton St. L. Abbott; Free Bridge Movement 

55 468

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; Bridge Sale Expense Fund; Comparative Statement of Earnings and Expenses for Bridge Com; Henry Adams 

55 469

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; Charles Adams 

55 470

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; railroad situation 

55 471

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; advertising issues 

55 472

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; effects of frost on local agriculture 

55 473

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; Libby's resignation; newspaper article on electric rates 

55 474

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; new water rates; gagings at Asotin Creek; Henry Adams 

55 475

A; American Steel and Wire; W.G. Woodruff, Asotin County Treasurer; Charles C. Florence, Asotin County Auditor 

55 476

B; George Basich's injury on the job; R.R. Benham; A.S. Burnett; Frank Brown; Bingham and Taylor; George Bailey; Horace Bowker 

55 477

B; George Bailey; Asotin mail plan 

55 478

B; George Bailey; lawsuit with Mr. Cartwell over inventing a portion of a trolley; James Simpson; right-of-way over Shaff lands 

56 479

B; George Bailey; Belden Manufacturing Co.; Alfred M. Best Co.; Bituminous Coal Co. 

56 480

B; Bureau of Illuminating Engineer; Buffalo Specialty Co.; Bates and Clark Co.; Horace Bowker 

56 481

B-C; Brown and Alderson; census of electric light and power stations in ; Department of Interior Commissioner of the General Land Office; M.D. Cadwell; Chapman Advertising Co. 

56 482

C; Chapman Advertising Co. 

56 483

C; Chapman Advertising Co.; Crane Co.; Coffin Valve Co. 

56 484

C; Crane Co. 

56 485

C; California Electric Works; W.J. Clemans, Coffin Valve Co. 

56 486

C-D; Crane Co.; F.T. Crowe and Co.; Abner Doble Co. 

56 487

D; Abner Doble Co.; Dinmick Pipe Co.; Arthur Dixon Transfer Co. 

56 488

D-E; Abner Doble Co.; Electrical Appliance Co.; Emerson Electric Manufacturing Co.; Evans, Hooper, Burrows Co. 

56 489

F; The Fruit Grower; First National Bank; Fairbanks, Morse and Co.; J.E. Foster 

57 490

F-G; First National Bank; Fobes Supply Co.; Brown and Garrison; General Electric Co. 

57 491

G; Guarantee Electric Co.; General Electric Co. 

57 492

G; General Electric Co.; future delivery agreement with General Electric Co.; John W. Graham and Co. 

57 493

G-H; Guernsey and Newton; R.B. Hooper; Harris Air Pump Co. 

57 494

H-I; George Herboth; Holly-Mason Hardware Co.; Hughes and Co.; Indian Head National Bank; Inter-state Business Exchange 

57 495

I-J; Inter-state Business Exchange; Robert Lansdon, Idaho Secretary of State; statement of fees for Idaho corporations; Joseph Jacobs; H.W. Johns-Manville Co.; John J. Jennings 

57 496

J-K; John J. Jennings; Johannes and Day; personal damages case with Mr. Kraber; depreciation of construction and investment accounts; Frank Kimball 

57 497

K; Frank Kimball; revising water rates 

57 498

K; Water rates; Frank Kimball; list of assets and liabilities for the company 

57 499

K; Frank Kimball 

57 500

K; Frank Kimball; Keasbery and Mattison Co. 

58 501

K-L; Frank Kimball; Lewiston Business College; free bridge across Snake River; Lennox and Larkin 

58 502

L; A. Lonquist; advertising for Clarkston; Edgar H. Libby 

58 503

L; Edgar H. Libby; H.L. Powers 

58 504

L; Edgar H. Libby; Bernard Schermerhorn 

58 505

L; Edgar H. Libby; Bernard Schermerhorn 

58 506

L; Edgar H. Libby 

58 507

L; Edgar H. Libby; real estate sales 

58 508

L; Edgar H. Libby; receipts from bank; bank statements; claim arbitration (water); company reorganization 

58 509

L; Edgar H. Libby; reorganization paperwork 

58 510

L; Edgar H. Libby; memorandum of agreement with D.R. McGinnis for advertisements; reorganization paperwork 

58 511

L; Edgar H. Libby 

59 512

L; Edgar H. Libby; flood damage at Asotin Creek; second bench irrigation 

59 513

L; Edgar H. Libby; additional land appropriations; F.R. LeDoux 

59 514

L; Lewiston Land and Water Co., Ltd.; Lowman and Hanford 

59 515

L; U.S. Land Office; Edgar H. Libby; revised water rates 

59 516

M; Maintenance fee receipts; J. Horace McFarland; D.R. McGinnis 

59 517

M; J. Horace McFarland; D.R. McGinnis 

59 518

M; J. Horace McFarland; D.R. McGinnis; H. Mueller Manufacturing Co. 

59 519

M; G.H. McNary; report of appropriations and expenditures; H. Mueller Manufacturing Co.; tax information 

59 520

M; J. Horace McFarland; D.R. McGinnis; Minneapolis Steel and Machinery Co.; W.E. Moore 

59 521

M; Moran and Hastings Manufacturing Co.; Montana Electric Co.; H. Mueller Manufacturing Co. 

59 522

N; Northwestern Mutual Fire Association; National Fruit Grower; North Pacific Railway Co.; Second National Bank; Nashua Trust Co.; National Meter Co. 

60 523

N; Second National Bank; Naylor and Norlin; Neptune Meter Co.; Niles-Bement-Pond Co.; National Wood Pipe Co.; T.A. Noble 

60 524

N-O; Report on lightning in 1906; National Electric Light Association; Northwestern Mutual Fire Association; North Pacific Railway Co.; Opportunities Today; Open River Transportation Co. 

60 525

O; Open River Transportation proposal; Moses O. Keen; Oregon Iron and Steel Co. 

60 526

P; H.P. Peterson; sketch of outdoor disconnecting switch; Pacific Coast Pipe Co. 

60 527

P; Pierson, Roeding and Co.; Puget Sound Bridge and Dredging Co.; Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co.; Pacific Electric Heating Co.; Pelton Water Wheel Co. 

60 528

P; Pelton Water Wheel Co.; contract for new water wheel 

60 529

P-Q; Pelton Water Wheel Co. 

60 530

R; George Reed; F.T. Raley; Clarkston Heights Investment; real estates sales; The Ranch 

60 531

R; Replogle Governor Works; permits for country roads; A.E. Ransom; right-of-way for Moscow-Pullman transmission line; property extensions for hydro-electric plant 

60 532

S; Bernard Schermerhorn; Sunset Magazine; soil from Clarkston Heights 

60 533

S; Sunset Magazine;  Spokesman Review; Robert Schiescher; State Street Trust Co.; statement of expenses for Boston office 

61 534

S; State Street Trust Co.; statement of expenses for Boston office 

61 535

S; State Street Trust Co.; statement of expenses for Boston office; report on appropriations and expenditures 

61 536

S; George C. Strow; Spokesman Review 

61 537

S; Spokesman Review; Simplex Electric Co.; Standard Underground Cable Co. 

61 538

T-U; Lewiston Tribune; summary of Clarkston's history (article in the  Lewiston Tribune); Union Iron Works; Underwood Typewriter Co. 

61 539

U-V; Union Brass Manufacturing Co.; Vineland Industrial Club; article on safety and longevity of wooden water pipes (versus metal) 

61 540

V-W; Water rate revision; Elbert Wheeler; Sam Sargent ranch exchange; J.W. Willison 

61 541

W; J.P. Wallace; Wallace's Farmer; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

61 542

W; William Wheeler 

61 543

W; William Wheeler 

61 544

W; William Wheeler; Webber-Russell Co.; Washington Pipe and Foundry Co.; Sam Nichols, Secretary of State for Washington; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company 

62 545

W; Elbert Wheeler 

62 546-547

W; Elbert Wheeler; stock record 

62 548

W; Elbert Wheeler 

62 549-553

W; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company 

62 554-555

W; Washington Water and Power Com.; E.R. Windus; Willamette Boiler Works; Guy Wilson 

63 556

W; Wesco Supply Co.; U.S. Weather Service Bureau Office; Washington Pipe and Foundry Co. 

63 557

W; Washington Pipe and Foundry Co.; preserving electric and telephone poles; R. Williams and Co. 

63 558

W-Z; Department of Public Lands, Washington; Western Electric Co. 

63 559

Correspondence 1908 

Box Folder

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; Henry Adams 

63 560

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; Albee-Benham Co.; statement of account with Edgar Libby 

63 561

A; Charles Adams; interest account; Henry Adams; Grafton St. L. Abbott 

63 562

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; fire hydrants; estimates for advertising in local papers; Henry Adams 

63 563

A; Henry Adams; Grafton St. L. Abbott; new appropriations; exchange of Asotin Creek land for Grande Ronde land 

63 564

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; site for a canning company; fire hydrants; electric railway 

63 565

A; Henry Adams; expenses; American Steel and Wire Co.; W.G. Woodruff, Asotin City Treasurer; C.C. Florence, Asotin City Auditor 

63 566

A-B; C.S. Florence, Asotin City Auditor; Asotin County Abstract Co.; Abner Doble Co.; Board of Fire Underwriters of the Pacific; First Bank of Asotin; Burnett Land Co.; Better Fruit Publishing Co. 

64 567

B; Better Fruit Publishing Co.; Horace Bowker; George Bailey 

64 568

B; George Bailey; Bingham and Taylor 

64 569

C; Carbolineum Wood Preservation Co.; John J. Cadigan; proposal for Clarkston Orchard Co.; Crane Co. 

64 570

C; Crane Co.; California Electric Works; Commissioner of Public Lands, Washington 

64 571

C; Central Electric Co.; W.J. Clemans; John R. Cole Co. 

64 572

D-E; Abner Doble Co.; H.R. Dickinson; J.H. Durham; Everybody's Magazine; Evans, Hooper, and Burrows Co., Inc. 

64 573

F; First National Bank; Ward N. Fanchers; The Fruit Grower 

64 574

F-G; Fobes Supply Co.; M.J. Garrison; W.M. Goldthwaite 

64 575

G; W.M. Goldthwaite; General Electric Co. 

64 576

G-H; General Electric Co.; John W. Graham and Co.; George Hinkley; O.A. Harmon 

64 577

H-I; Hughes and Co.; Indian Head National Bank; Inland West Co., Ltd. 

65 578

I-K; Idaho-Washington Light and Power Co.; P.J. Johannes; W.H. Kinkbride; F.C. Kimball 

65 579

L; Lewiston Business College; Open River Transportation Co.; miscellaneous correspondence within company 

65 580

L; Miscellaneous correspondence within company 

65 581-583

L; Miscellaneous correspondence within company; Edgar Libby 

65 584

L; Miscellaneous correspondence within company; Edgar Libby; Lincoln Freie Press; City of Lewiston 

65 585

L-M; Lombard Governor Co.; Montana Electric Co.; C.H. McNary; memorandum of agreement between Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Co. and the Matheny's for real estate; Moseley and Co. 

65 586

M; C.H. McNary; FIRST NAME McGinnis; H. Mueller Manufacturing Co. 

65 587

M; H. Mueller Manufacturing Co.; Montana Electric Co.; C.H. McNary 

65 588

M-N; C.H. McNary; Northwestern Mutual Fire Association; Nelson-Merydith Co.; H.W. Newton; Second National Bank 

66 589

N; Northwestern Pacific Railway Co.; Open River Transportation Co.; Second National Bank; National Fruit Grower 

66 590

N-P; Nernst Lamp Co.; Ropes-Gray and Gorham; Pacific Creosoting Co. 

66 591

P; Proposed paving district; Pass and Seymour Inc. 

66 592

P-S; Pelton Water Wheel Co.; Bert S. Russell; Bernard Schermerhorn 

66 593

S; State Street Trust Co.; expense statement for Boston office 

66 594

S; Expense statement for Boston office; Standard Underground Cable Co. 

66 595

S; Isham N. Smith; Spotswood and Vestch 

66 596

T-V; J.N. Teal (attorney for Transportation Committee for Chamber of Commerce); Thomas J. Travis; Henry W. Unger; Vollmer Clearwater Co.; Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey; Union Brass Manufacturing Co.; Valley Lumber Co.; Vineland Nurseries Co. 

66 597

W; Washington Board of Tax Commissioners; C.S. Whitford; Guy L. Wilson; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company; J.W. Willison; A.A. Wormell 

66 598

W; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

66 599

W; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

67 600

W; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.; William Wheeler; Elbert Wheeler 

67 601

W; Elbert Wheeler 

67 602

W; Elbert Wheeler; annual financial statement 

67 603

W; Elbert Wheeler 

67 604-606

W; Elbert Wheeler; A.C. Whisler; W.H. Wahl; Washington Pipe and Foundry Co. 

67 607

W-Z; Washington Pipe and Foundry Co.; Washington Electric Supply Co.; Western Electric Supply Co.; MW. Zindel 

67 608

Correspondence 1909 

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; Herrick v. Lewiston and Clarkston; Henry Adams 

Box Folder

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott 

67 609

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; replacing pipes; Henry Adams; American Steel and Wire 

68 610

A-B; American Steel and Wire; Asotin County Abstract Co.; George N. Ausman; E.H. 

68 611

Dammarell, Asotin County Treasurer; U.S. Department of Agriculture; Board of Fire Underwriters of the Pacific; Horace Bowker; Blue Mountain Lumber Co. 

68 612

B; C.F. Burr; Horace Bowker; Almira C. Lyon's quitclaim deed; George Bailey 

68 613

B-C; George Bailey; Continental Oil Co.; Commercial Trust Co.; W.J. Clemans 

68 614

C; Clarkston City Hall; Continental Oil Co.; Crane Co. 

68 615

D-F; E.H. Dammarell; Abner Doble Co.; F.W. Dustan; Electrical Appliance Co.; Evans, Hooper, and Burroughs; First National Bank 

68 616

F-G; First National Bank; George A. Frazer; contract between Jay P. Graves and Charles Adams for new Lewiston-Clarkston Co. 

68 617

G; General Electric Co.; John W. Graham and Co. 

68 618

G; General Electric Co. 

68 619

H-K; Herrick settlement; Holley-Mason Hardware Co.; Idaho Trust Co.; C.D. Knapp, Jr. 

68 620

K-L; C.D. Knapp, Jr.; Joseph M. Keating; contract with Keating for company; Kilbourne and Clark Co.; Lewiston-Clarkston Co.; Bernard Schermerhorn 

68 621

L; Lewiston-Clarkston Co.; Bernard Schermerhorn; contract between Charles Adams, Grafton St. L. Abbott, William Wheeler, Elbert Wheeler, and Horace Bowker with Edgar H. Libby for the company 

69 622

L; Lewiston-Clarkston Co.; Bernard Schermerhorn; contract between Charles Adams, Grafton St. L. Abbott, William Wheeler, Elbert Wheeler, and Horace Bowker with Edgar H. Libby for the company 

69 623

L; Lewiston-Clarkston Co.; Bernard Schermerhorn; deal with R.C. Dahlhjelm for company; proposed syndicate operation 

69 624

L; Lewiston-Clarkston Co.; Bernard Schermerhorn 

69 625

L; Lewiston-Clarkston Co.; Bernard Schermerhorn 

69 626

L; Lewiston-Clarkston Co.; Bernard Schermerhorn 

69 627

L-M; Lewiston-Clarkston Fair Association; Lewiston Land and Water Co., Ltd.; Edgar H. Libby; G.H. McNary; R.C. Dahlhjelm contract 

69 628

M; G.H. McNary 

69 629

M-N; W.E. Moore; Moran and Hastings Manufacturing Co.; G.H. McNary; John E. Nickerson; Northwestern Mutual Fire Association; Second National Bank 

69 630

N; Second National Bank; Nashua Trust Co.; National Meter Co.; National Electric Light Association; Neptune Meter Co.; Nernst Lamp Co.; Northwest Electric Light and Power Association 

69 631

N-S; Ropes, Gray, and Gorham; Isham N. Smith; State Bank of Chicago; Bernard Schermerhorn 

69 632

S; State Street Trust Co.; expense statement for Boston office 

70 633

S; State Street Trust Co.; Standard Underground Cable Co. 

70 634

S-V; Travellers' Insurance Co.; U.S. Fidelity and Guaranty 

70 635

W; William Wheeler; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.; Elbert Wheeler 

70 636

W; Elbert Wheeler; Edgar H. Libby; account statement; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

70 637

W; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.; William Wheeler 

70 638

W; Washington Electric Supply Co.; Washington Conservationist 

70 639

W-Z; W.H. Wahl; M.W. Zindel 

70 640

Correspondence 1910 

Box Folder

A; Pamphlet on The Reclamation Ditcher (machine); Abner Doble Co.; Grafton St. L. Abbott; land contract with the state of Washington 

70 641

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott 

70 642

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; Henry Adams 

70 643

A; Henry Adams 

71 644

A; Henry Adams; applications 

71 645

A; Applications 

71 646

A; Sage Akins; American Spiral Pipe Works; L.R. Anderson; L.R. Anderson becomes sales agency for company's fruit crops; Allis-Chalmers Co.; E.H. Dammarell, Asotin County Treasurer 

71 647

A; E.H. Dammarell, Asotin County Treasurer; George Ausman, Asotin County Auditor; Asotin County Abstract Co.; American Surety Co.; American Land and Irrigation Exposition 

71 648

A; Association Oil Co.; Atlas Portland Cement Co.; American Land and Irrigation Exposition; Charles Adams; Henry Adams; Hunt lease and associated problems 

71 649

A; Henry Adams; Hunt lease and associated problems; Grafton St. L. Abbott 

71 650

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; Charles Adams; American Surety Co.; Henry Adams; establishment of new company of Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Co.; accounts for new company 

71 651

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; Henry Adams 

71 652

B; Warranty deed with James E. Babb 

71 653

B; Weekly updates from Edgar H. Libby; Cecil Barrett 

71 654

B; Cecil Barrett 

72 655

B; George Bailey 

72 656

B; George Bailey; advertisement for Oil Wagons from Chas. A. Baldwin; memorandum of agreement between Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Co. and W.L. Beardsell 

72 657

B; W.L. Beardsell 

72 658

B; W.L. Beardsell; Cecil Barrett; E. Baumeister and Co. 

72 659

B; Cecil Barrett; E. Baumeister and Co.; Voting Trust; Edgar H. Libby's removal from the Voting Trust; Horace Bowker 

72 660

B; F.O. Berg and Co.; Better Fruit; Horace Bowker; C.W. Bushnell; peach crops in Clarkston; A. Burns; Byron Jackson Iron Works 

72 661

B; S.F. Bowser and Co. 

72 662

B-C; Clarkston Box and Manufacturing Co.; prospects for settlers in Lewiston-Clarkston region; fire hydrants 

72 663

C; Caldwell Bros. Co.; Sherman Canfield; Census of Irrigation, 1909; Frank E. Brown; Street Railway Committee (Clarkston Chamber of Commerce); Columbia Trust Co. 

72 664

C; Columbia Trust Co.; W.J. Clemans; W.G. Clark's statement of account 

72 665

C; Continental Oil Co.; Crane Co. 

73 666

C-D; Columbia Trust Co.; W.G. Clark; H.C. Dahlhjelm 

73 667

D-E; H.C. Dahlhjelm; Electric Appliance Co. 

73 668

E; Electric Appliance Co.; Excelsior Fence Works; Electrical World; Excelsior Wooden Pipe Co. 

73 669

F; First National Bank; Robert Foster; expense account for business trip to Seattle (Foster); The Fruit Grower 

73 670

F-G; Garlock Packing Co.; General Electric Co. 

73 671

G; General Electric Co. 

73 672

G; C. Monteith Gilpen; Glover and MacFarlane; Gunn-Quealy Coal Co.; John W. Graham and Co. 

73 673

G; M.J. Garrison; C. Monteith Gilpen and his services rendered for the formation of the new Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Co. 

73 674

G-H; C. Monteith Gilpen; J.D. Hanley Construction Co.; James L. Hamilton; D.C. Heany; Heany Light Co.; Howell-Brent Lumber Co. 

73 675

H; Howell-Brent Lumber Co.; contract with Emery Hulquist to sell lands owned by Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Co.; Hunt, Mirk and Co. Inc.; plant extensions 

73 676

H; Hunt, Mirk and Co. Inc.; Hughes Electric Heating Co.; Gilbert Hunt Co. 

74 677

H; Hurley Machine Co.; claim for damages ( S.G. Hays and C.O. Wright v. Lewiston-Clarkston Co.

74 678

H-I; Helena Fuel Co.; Millard T. Hartson (Collector for the Internal Revenue Service); return of annual net income for IRS; J.B. Ingersoll; Idaho-Washington Light and Power Co. 

74 679

I-J; John J. Jennings; Wesley L. Jones, Washington Senator 

74 680

J-L; Joseph M. Keating; painting the bridge; Edgar H. Libby 

74 681

L; Edgar H. Libby; correspondence regarding advertisements in the Lewiston Tribune; Lewiston Printing and Binding Co.; Lewiston-Clarkston Co. financial statement (31 January, ); electric franchise and contract with city of Lewiston 

74 682

L; Edgar H. Libby; James Leffel and Co. 

74 683

L; Lacy Manufacturing Co.; warranty deed with water rights with W.K. Ladd; W.W. Leeper; Edgar H. Libby; Leadite Co. 

74 684

L; Lewiston-Clarkston Fair Association 

74 685

L; Edgar H. Libby; Bernard Schermerhorn 

74 686

L; Edgar H. Libby; Bernard Schermerhorn; Executive Committee of Board of Trustees meeting minutes; newspaper article on Edgar H. Libby receiving light franchise from Lewiston; weekly letters to Cecil Barrett; Clarkston Irrigation Association 

74 687

L; Edgar H. Libby; weekly letters to Cecil Barrett; railroad right-of-way negotiations; land selling contracts with W.C. Beardsell; Fred C. Mintie; Emery Hulquist; deed with Northwest Railroad Co.; meeting minutes for Board of Trustees 

75 688

L; Edgar H. Libby; Weekly letters to Cecil Barrett; estimate on improvements needed for company 

75 689

L; Outline of general policy of management for the company 

75 690

M; Wynn Meredith; Fred C. Mintie; Charles C. Moore and Co. Engineers (Chas. C. Moore) 

75 691

M; Charles C. Moore and Co. Engineers (Chas. C. Moore) 

75 692

M; Charles C. Moore and Co. Engineers (Chas. C. Moore) 

75 693

M; J.E. Merritt; Morgan and Allen Co.; Mead-Morrison Manufacturing Co.; John F. Moore 

75 694

M; John F. Moore; J. Horace McFarland; booklet entitled "The Rose: Queen of Flowers"; David R. McGinnis 

75 695

M; Marshall Wells Hardware; William E. Moore; Masten and Nichols; Certificate of Incorporation for Lewiston-Concord Bridge Co. 

75 696

M-N; Charles L. McDonald; F.S. Moseby and Co.; C.H. McNary; Northwestern Mutual Fire Association; Nashua Trust Co.; Second National Bank; National Meter Co.; National Electric Light Association; National Electric Light Association convention schedule for ; Northern Pacific Railway Co. 

75 697

N; Northern Pacific Railway Co. 

75 698

N; Northern Pacific Railway Co.; Northwest Electric Light and Power Association 

76 699

N; Northwest Electric Light and Power Association; Norwood Engineering Co. 

76 700

O; Oregon Railroad and Navigation Co.; right-of-way agreement with Oregon Railroad and Navigation Co. 

76 701

O-P; Oregon Railroad and Navigation Co.; Pacific Power and Light Co.; Pacific Coast Pipe Co. 

76 702

P; Pacific Coast Pipe Co.; Pacific Telegraph and Telephone Co.; Pittsburgh Meter Co.; Pelton Water Wheel Co.; Shirley S. Philbrick 

76 703

P; Shirley S. Philbrick; Puget Sound Bridge and Dredging Co.; Platt Iron Works Co.; Portland Wood Pipe Co.; William B. Pollock Co. 

76 704

P; William B. Pollock Co.; Reverend H. Preston 

76 705

P; Electric problems with company 

76 706

P-R; Report on steam plant extension; Railway Audit and Inspection Co.; Remington Typewriter Co. 

76 707

R; Remington Typewriter Co.; Roslyn Fuel Co.; Romans Photographic Co. 

76 708

R; John A. Roebling's Sons Co.; Redwood Manufacturing Co. 

76 709

R-S; Quick Unloading Car Chute (booklet); Schaw-Batcher Co. Pipe Works; Bernard Schermerhorn 

77 710

S; Spencer Trask and Co.; Standard Underground Cable Co.; C.M. Speck; Standard Oil Co.; Isham Smith 

77 711

S; Isham Smith; Jacob Schaefer's court hearings on his bankruptcy; Shaw-Borden and Co. 

77 712

S; Spencer Trask and Co.; Spokane Ornamental Iron and Wire Works; receipts for Sprague Preserving Co.; State Street Trust Co. 

77 713

S; A.H. Stange Co. 

77 714

S; State Street Trust Co. 

77 715

S-T; State Street Trust Co.; Talcott Bros. Jewelers; Professor W.S. Thornber (University of Idaho) 

77 716

T-U; The Trade Register Inc.; Union Trust and Savings Bank 

77 717

U; Union Trust Co.; blank contract for real estate 

77 718

U; Union Trust Co.; Underwood Typewriter Co.; Underhay Oil Co.; United Iron Works 

77 719

U; United Iron Works; U.S. Geological Survey; Underwood Typewriter Co. Topographic Slide Rule 

77 720

U-V; U.S. Department of Agriculture; U.S. Senate Committee on Coast and Insular Survey; Union Fuel and Ice Co.; Valley Lumber Co.; Veatch Realty Co.; Vineland Nursery Co. 

78 721

V-W; Vineland Nursery Co.; State of Washington Office of Commissioner of Public Lands; State of Washington Secretary of State L.M. Howell; M.E. Hay, Washington's governor; Washington Pipe and Foundry Co. 

78 722

W; Washington Pipe and Foundry Co.; Washington Mill Co. 

78 723

W; Washington Mill Co.; C.E. Wood; Whiting Foundry Equipment Co.; White Bros. and Crum Co.; Guy Wilson; Western Electric Co. 

78 724

W; Washington Water Power Co.; Western Farmer; Westinghouse Lamp Co.; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

78 725

W; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

78 726-727

W; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.; Washington Electric Supply Co. 

78 728

W; George W. Evans and Co.; Elbert Wheeler 

78 729

W; Elbert Wheeler; J.G. White and Co. 

78 730

W; White Bros. 

78 731

W; Letter regarding reorganization and new stockholder regulations; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.; Elbert Wheeler 

79 732

W; Elbert Wheeler 

79 733

W; Elbert Wheeler; delinquent accounts 

79 734

W; Elbert Wheeler 

79 735-736

W; Appellant's Brief and Appellant's Reply Brief in the Woelflen case 

79 737

W; Woelflen case 

79 738

W-Z; Woelflen case; doctor's statement in Woelflen case; YMCA (Spokane); M.W. Zindel 

79 739

Correspondence 1911 

Box Folder

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; Common and Preferred Co. Stock report 

79 740

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott 

79 741

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; letter regarding financial condition of the company 

79 742

A; Henry Adams 

80 743-744

A; Henry Adams; estimate of income and expenditures; American Surety Co. 

80 745

A; American Steel and Wire Co.; Ambureen Hydraulic Construction Co.; Anderson Tool Co.; applications 

80 746

A; Applications 

80 747

A; Applications; American Exploration Co.; Asotin County Abstract Co. 

80 748

A; Atlas Portland Cement Co.; E.H. Dammarell, Asotin County Treasurer 

80 749

A; George N. Ausman, Asotin County Auditor; Agricultural Experiment Station 

80 750

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; Henry Adams 

80 751

A-B; Henry Adams; Cecil Barrett 

80 752

B; Cecil Barrett; Ballard Lumber Co.; Bank of Commerce; Bankers Trust Co. 

80 753

B; Bankers Trust Co.; W.L. Bagley; Beall and Co.; George Bailey 

81 754

B; George Bailey; Cecil Barrett 

81 755

B; Cecil Barrett; E. Baumeister and Co.; Better Fruit; Horace Bowker 

81 756

B; Horace Bowker; Burroughs Adding Machine Co.; C.W. Bushnell 

81 757

B; C.W. Bushnell; W.L. Beardsell 

81 758

B; W.L. Beardsell 

81 759

B; W.L. Beardsell; final settlement with Beardsell 

81 760

B; Charles C. Burkes; W.L. Beardsell; accounts for Beardsell 

81 761

B-C; W.G. Clark; Caldwell Bros. Co.; Caldwell Machine Co. 

81 762

C; Canal Lumber Co.; Sherman Canfield; Chapman Advertising Co.; Nelle C. Crawford; Columbia Trust Co.; Commercial Trust Co. 

81 763

C; Commercial Trust Co.; Eugene A. Cox 

81 764

C; Continental Oil Co.; Crane Co. 

82 765

C; Clarkston Fruit Growers Union by-laws; proposed transfer of water business for Asotin Land and Water Co.; statement of present conditions for Asotin Land and Water Co. 

82 766

C; Craig Mountain Lumber Co.; W.J. Clemans; cemetery in Clarkston 

82 767

C; William C. Cox's Computers; Central Electric Co. 

82 768

C-D; Land contract with M.A. Crippen; John Deere Plow Co.; Dayton Globe Iron Works 

82 769

D; Fred A. Dole 

82 770

D-F; Eastman-James Co. Inc.; engineering contracting; Emerson Electric Manufacturing Co.; J.C. Farrar and Co.; First National Bank; Fobes Supply Co. 

82 771

F; Fobes Supply Co.; George T. Foyes; The Fruit Grower 

82 772

F-G; Frost Prevention Co.; General Electric Co. 

82 773

G; General Electric Co. 

82 774

G; General Electric Co.; C. Montieth Gilpin; J.K. Gill Co.; M.J. Garrison; John W. Graham and Co. 

82 775

G; John W. Graham and Co. 

83 776

G; Real estate contracts 

83 777

G-H; Contract with agents for selling lands; E. Hulquist 

83 778

H; E. Hulquist; Elmer E. Halsey 

83 779

H; Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co.; Alexander Hutchins; George P. Heinz and Co.; Gilbert Hunt Co.; Holt Manufacturing Co. 

83 780

H; Holt Manufacturing Co.; Hood River Standard Nursery Co.; advertising for Hurley Manufacturing Co.; Hydraulic Properties Co. 

83 781

H; W.E. Howard 

83 782

I; Idaho-Washington Light and Power Co.; Internal Revenue Services (IRS); salary information for the company; Industrial Insurance Commission 

83 783

I-J; Industrial Insurance Commission; International Harvester Co. of America; invoice for the electrical department 

83 784

J-K; John J. Jennings; H.W. Johns-Manville Co.; Peter Kooi; Kemmerer Coal Co. 

83 785

K-L; Kemmerer Coal Co.; K. Lipsun Lumber Co. 

83 786

L; Lewiston Land and Water Co.; Lewiston Commercial Club 

84 787

L; Lewiston Printing and Binding; Lombard Governor Co.; R.S. Loring 

84 788

L; Edgar H. Libby 

84 789-790

L-M; Edgar H. Libby; price lists for lands 

84 791

M; J. Horace McFarland; publication of booklet "His Majesty The King"; MacGovern, Archer, and Co.; C.H. McNary 

84 792

M; MacBeth-Evans Glass Co.; Masten and Nichols (attorneys); Wynn Meredith 

84 793

M; Cost breakdown of pipes; W.H. Mitchell; Fred C. Mintie; Herma Morton; W.E. Moore; Chas. C. Moore and Co. Engineers 

84 794

M; Chas. C. Moore and Co. Engineers 

84 795-796

M; Chas. C. Moore and Co. Engineers; Masten and Nichols 

84 797

M; Chas. C. Moore and Co. Engineers 

85 798

M; Chas. C. Moore and Co. Engineers; income from maintenance fees; Mathes Topographic Slide Rule (with instructions) 

85 799

M-N; Lease for E.O. Mosier; Acosta Nichols; National Conduit and Cable Co.; National Electric Light Association 

85 800

N; National Electric Light Association; Nernst Lamp Co.; Northern Pacific Railway Co.; deed from Clearwater Short Line Rail 

85 801

N; Northern Pacific Railway Co.; reports on immigration; Northwestern Mutual Fire Association; Northwestern Steel and Iron Works 

85 802

N-O; Northwestern Fruit Exchange; Northwestern Electric Light and Power Co.; Norris Safe and Lock; Nez Perce County Treasurer; Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Co. 

85 803

O; Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Co.; list of lots along railroad right-of-way 

85 804

O; Oregon Railroad and Navigation Co.; right-of-way agreement with Oregon Railroad and Navigation Co. 

85 805

O-P; Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Co.; Parkinson Lignite Furnace Co. 

85 806

P; Pacific States Electric Co.; Pacific Coast Pipe Co.; Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

85 807

P; Agreement with Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co. to build telephone lines across bridge; Pierson Roeding and Co.; Pittsburgh Meter Co.; Puget Sound Bridge and Dredging Co. 

85 808

P; Public Service Commission of Washington; Shirley S. Philbrick; library taxes; financial statement for the first quarter of 

86 809

P; J.B. Pilkington 

86 810

P; Harry L. Powers; Shirley S. Philbrick 

86 811

P-R; Shirley S. Philbrick; Rosalyn Fuel Co. 

86 812

R; Rosalyn Fuel Co.; Romans Photographic Co. 

86 813

R; Sketch of Electrical Relay Governor; Beverley P. Robinson 

86 814

S; Robert Schleicher; Bernard Schermerhorn; Standard Underground Cable Co.; Isham Smith; Wilfred Shore; Spencer Trask and Co. 

86 815

S; Spencer Trask and Co.; State Street Trust Co.; William Shore 

86 816

S; William Shore; Security Bridge Co.; Sprague Sanitary Preserving Co.; State Street Trust Co. 

86 817

S; Income from land sales; Spencer Trask and Co. 

86 818

S; State Street Trust Co.; Sunnyside Nursery Co. 

86 819

S-T; Telephone Electric Equipment Co. 

87 820

T-U; State College of Washington Agricultural Experiment Station; Professor W.S. Thornber; Union Iron Works; Underwood Typewriter Co.; U.S. Department of Agriculture 

87 821

U; U.S. Department of Agriculture; Union Trust and Savings Bank; release of mortgage to Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Co. 

87 822

U; Union Trust and Savings Bank; stockholders statement on needed repairs; Executive Committee of Board of Trustees meeting minutes (3-27-11) 

87 823

U; Union Trust and Savings Bank; U.S. Incineration Co.; U.S. Geological Survey 

87 824

U-V; U.S. Geological Survey; Valley Lumber Co.; Vineland Nurseries Co. 

87 825

V-W; Vineland Nurseries Co.; Washington Pipe and Foundry; Washington Electrical Supply Co. 

87 826

W; Washington Electrical Supply Co.; Washington Nursery Co. 

87 827

W; Washington Water Power Co.; Washington State Land Commissioner, E.W. Ross; William Wheeler; Elbert Wheeler; outline of proposed transfer of water business 

87 828

W; Elbert Wheeler; Westinghouse Lamp Co. 

87 829

W; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.; contract with Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

87 830

W; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

88 831-833

W; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.; Wesco Supply co.; J.G. White and Co. 

88 834

W; White Bros. and Crum Co., Ltd.; William Whitfield and Co.; E.R. Windus; Wild Rose Nursery Co. 

88 835

W; Whitman County; Elbert Wheeler 

88 836

W-Z; Elbert Wheeler; Marten Zindel 

88 837

Correspondence 1912 

Box Folder

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; Henry Adams; Asotin County Abstract Co.; bridge issues 

88 838

A; Grafton St. L. Abbott; Henry Adams 

88 839

A; Henry Adams 

88 840

A; Mortgage between Henry Adams and Lewiston Water and Power Co. 

88 841

A; Henry Adams; Asotin County Treasurer, E. R. Downen; American Women's League; Asotin City's payments due to company for irrigation 

89 842

A; American Surety Co.; applications; American Steel and Wire Co.; Alberger Condenser Co. 

89 843

A-B; Robert S. Bannister; Burroughs Adding Machine Co. 

89 844

B; George Bailey; Cecil Barrett; Horace Bowker 

89 845

B-C; Horace Bowker; Walter G. Clark; Eugene A. Cox 

89 846

C; Eugene A. Cox; agreement between company and Clarkston Cemetery Association for land 

89 847

C; Eugene A. Cox; Crane Co. 

89 848

C; Carlson Coal and Clay Co.; L.W. Corrigan 

89 849

C; L.W. Corrigan; list of property owners in Clarkston and Vineland 

89 850

C-D; W.J. Clemans; minutes from January 11, and January 16, stockholders meetings; W.H. Draper; contract between Louis Delsol and Lewiston Clarkston Improvement Co. for land 

89 851

D-E; H.R. Dickinson; Everitt Northwest Co. 

89 852

E-F; E. Jens Pipe Co.; Freeborn Engineering and Construction Co.; First National Bank 

90 853

F-G; Fobes Supply Co; Robert Foster; Green Fuel Economizer Co.; John W. Graham and Co.; 

90 854

G; John W. Graham and Co.; General Electric Co.; contract between General Electric Co. and Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Co. 

90 855

G; General Electric Co. 

90 856-857

G; Gunn-Quealy Coal Co.; contract with Gunn-Quealy Coal Co.; M.J. Garrison 

90 858

G-H; Hughes and Co. 

90 859

H; Hinman Hydraulic Manufacturing Co.; Hengeil Electric Water Heater Co. 

90 860

H-I; Department of the Interior Reclamation Service; E.G. Hopson; list of Clarkston property owned by company 

90 861

H-I; E.G. Hopson; Alexander Hutchins; Idaho Department of State 

90 862

I; W.L. Gifford, Idaho Secretary of State; Irwin-Hudson Co. 

91 863

I; Idaho Portland Cement Co. 

91 864

I; Financial disbursements for company 

91 865

J-K; H.W. Johns-Manville Co.; J.J. Jennings; Kemmerer Coal Co. 

91 866

K-L; James Leffel and Co.; Lewiston National Bank 

91 867

L; Miscellaneous internal correspondence 

91 868

L; Agreement between Lewiston-Clarkston Bridge Co.; and Pacific Power and Light Co.; miscellaneous bridge issues (selling to Lewiston, installing sidewalks, etc.); miscellaneous internal correspondence 

91 869

L; Edgar H. Libby; Frank Lintula; Lombard Governor Co. 

91 870

L; Lombard Governor Co.; Lowman and Hanford Co.; Lewiston Printing and Binding Co.; Lewiston Commercial Club 

91 871

L-M; Miscellaneous memos to Robert Foster; Maple Hill Coal Co.; Moody Manual Co.; Chas. C. Moore and Co. Engineers 

91 872

M; Chas. C. Moore and Co. Engineers 

92 873

M; Herma Morton; Metzger Motor Car Co. 

92 874

M-N; Agreement with Orlando M. McMillan for land; garage record for company; statement of expenses for company cars (including mileage and insurance) 

92 875

N; Statement of receipts and disbursements for water department; property leases in 

92 876

N; Northwestern Fuel Co.; National Electric Light Association 

92 877

N-O; Northwestern Mutual Fire Association; Northern Pacific Railway Co.; Northwestern Electric Light and Power Association; Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Co. 

92 878

O-P; Shirley S. Philbrick; Pelton Water Wheel Co. 

92 879

P; Rules and regulations for Clarkston Irrigation Association; H.L. Powers; Public Services Commission 

92 880

P; Puget Sound Bridge and Dredging Co. 

92 881

P; Pacific Coast Pipe Co. 

92 882

P-Q; Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

92 883

R; Beverly Robinson; John A. Roebling's Sons Co.; Rosalyn Fuel Co. 

92 884

R-S; Rosalyn Fuel Co.; Bernard Schermerhorn; Spencer Trask and Co. 

93 885

S; Spencer Trask and Co.; Morgan Smith Co.; Standard Underground Cable Co.; Seattle Hardware Co. 

93 886

S; Standard Underground Cable Co.; Sharpstein and Sharpstein (attorneys) 

93 887

S; Standard Underground Cable Co. 

93 888

T; Time-Saver Co.; Arch. J. Tourtellotte; W. S. Thornber; Trick and Murray Inc. 

93 889

T-U; William V. Thompson; Union Iron Works; Underwood Typewriter Co.; U.S. Department of Interior Indian Services 

93 890

U; U.S. Department of Interior; Union Trust and Savings Bank 

93 891

U; Union Trust and Savings Bank; U.S. Geological Survey; U.S. Steel Products Co. 

93 892

U-W; U.S. Steel Products Co.; Ralston Vollmer; Washington Electric Supply Co. 

93 893

W; Washington Electric Supply Co.; Elbert Wheeler; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

93 894

W; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.; license from state of Washington to company to run business 

93 895

W; Washington State Public Services Commission; William Whitfield and Co.; Wilkinson Coal and Coke Co.; Western Electric Co.; D.L. Wheeler 

94 896

W-Z; D.L. Wheeler; White Bros. and Crum Co. Ltd.; M.W. Zindel 

94 897

Correspondence 1912-1913 

Box Folder

A; Henry Adams; M.F. Akers; American Gasoline Co.; American Type Founders Co. 

94 898

A; Asotin County Abstract Co. 

94 899

A; Asotin County Abstract Co.; Grafton St. L. Abbott; Henry Adams 

94 900

A; Henry Adams 

94 901

A; Henry Adams; E.R. Downen, Asotin County Treasurer; Delta Kraudelt, Asotin County Auditor 

94 902

A; E.R. Downen, Asotin County Treasurer; applications 

94 903

B; Senator William Borah, Idaho 

94 904

B; George Bailey; Cecil Barrett; Horace Bowker; Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Co.; Briggs Magnet Co. 

94 905

B-C; Walter G. Clark; Coast Culvert and Flume Co.; Sherman Canfield; Continental Oil Co. 

94 906

C; Continental Oil Co.; Central Coal and Coke Co.; Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co. 

95 907

C; City treasurer's receipts; bills from city treasurer; receipts and disbursements for water department 

95 908

C; Crane Co.; Continental Coal Co. 

95 909

C; Continental Coal Co.; W.J. Clemans; cash statements for company 

95 910

C; Eugene A. Cox 

95 911

C-D; Clarkston Fruit Growers; R.G. Dunn and Co.; William Russell Davis 

95 912

D-E; William Russell Davis; sketch and description of the Stickney Automatic Crest for dams; Eastman-James Co.; The Engineering Agency; Lewiston Milling Co. contract 

95 913

E-F; Electric appliance sales receipts; electrical department pay roll; First National Bank 

95 914

F-G; First National Bank; Robert Foster; Federal Sign System (electric); M.J. Garrison; A.H. Graves 

95 915

G; J.K. Gill Co.; General Electric Co. 

95 916

G; General Electric Co. 

95 917

G; General Electric Co.; John W. Graham and Co. 

96 918

G-H; Hotpoint Electric Heating Co.; Hurley Machine Co. 

96 919

H-I; Alexander Hutchins; Hughes and Co. 

96 920

I; Industrial Insurance Commission; Idaho-Washington Light and Power Co. 

96 921

I-K; Idaho-Washington Light and Power Co.; John J. Jennings; Lee P. Ketcham Coal Co. 

96 922

K; Kemmerer Coal Co. 

96 923

L; Luminous Unit Co.; Lombard Governor Co.; Lowman and Hanford Co. 

96 924

L; Edgar H. Libby; Lewiston Loan and Trust Co.; miscellaneous inner correspondence 

96 925

L; Miscellaneous inner correspondence; Lewiston National Bank; bridge issues 

96 926

L; Bridge issues; miscellaneous inner correspondence; Frank Lintula 

96 927

M; Moody Manual of Railroad and Corporation Securities; H.I. Miller; John H. Morgan 

96 928

M; H.I. Miller; receipts; garage record 

97 929

M; Miscellaneous internal memos 

97 930

M; Annual earnings and expenses for electrical department 

97 931

M; General expenses; automobile expenses; Herman Morton McKinney; Michigan Motor Car Co. 

97 932

M-N; Michigan Motor Car Co.; Chas. C. Moore and Co. Engineers; Northwestern Mutual Fire Association; membership certificate to the National Rivers and Harbors Congress; National Machinery and Wrecking Co.; National Electric Light Association 

97 933

N-O; National Electric Light Association; Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Co.; freight check cards for Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Co. 

97 934

P; Shirley S. Philbrick; Paine, Gailey, and Co.; Pelton Water Wheel Co. 

97 935

P; Public Service Commission of Washington; power statistics for company 

97 936

P; Pacific Light and Power Co.; Pacific States Electric Co.; Philadelphia Light Co. 

97 937

R; Beverly Robinson; Roslyn Cascade Coal Co.; John A. Roebling's Sons Co.; list of number of fruit trees in District 12 (1912) 

97 938

S; Wilfred Shore; Spencer Trask and Co.; Standard Underground Cable Co. 

97 939

S; Standard Underground Cable Co.; State Street Trust Co.; St. Paul Book and Stationery Co.; proof for company logo 

98 940

S; Schmidt Lithograph Co.; Standard Utilization Co. 

98 941

T-U; Professor W.S. Thornber; Lewiston-Clarkston School of Horticulture; Traders National Bank; Union Library Association 

98 942

U; Union Trust and Savings Co. 

98 943

U; Union Iron Works; U.S. Engineer's office; 1912 census of electric light and power stations; U.S. Geological Survey 

98 944

U-W; U.S. Steel Products Co.; Valvoline Oil Co.; Westinghouse Machine Co. 

98 945

W ; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.; Western Wood Preserving Co.; Washington Electric Supply Co.; net trade price list and discount sheet for Washington Electric Supply Co. 

98 946

W; I.M. Howell, Washington Secretary of State; state license for company; Washington Water Power Co. 

98 947

W; Washington Water Power Co.; Washington Blueprint and Supply Co.; George W. Walter, Whitman County Assessor; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

98 948

W; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

98 949

W-Z; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.; profits and losses for company; acreage on Snake River bars 

98 950

Correspondence 1914 

Box Folder

A; American Cross Arm Co. 

99 951

A; American Insulated Wire and Cable Co.; Henry Adams 

99 952

A; Henry Adams; Asotin's irrigation (summary); E.R. Downen, Asotin County Treasurer 

99 953

A; Delta Krandelt, Asotin County Auditor; Asotin County Abstract Co.; Grafton St. L. Abbott; garage records 

99 954

A; Garage records 

99 955

B; George Bailey 

99 956

B-C; George Bailey; Continental Oil Co. 

99 957

C; Continental Coal Co.; cash statement for company; Eugene A. Cox 

99 958

C; Eugene A. Cox; Eva Canfield 

99 959

C; Eva Canfield; Continental Oil Co.; Coast Culvert and Flume Co. 

99 960

C-D; John Deere Plow Co.; Denny-Renton Clay and Coal Co.; R.C. Dun and Co. 

99 961

E; Electrical World; Electrical Appliance Co.; Eastern Railway and Lumber Co.; George F. Eberhorn and Co. 

100 962

E-F; Forney and Moone; Federal Sign System (Electric); First National Bank 

100 963

F; Robert Foster; bridge earnings; statement of receipts and disbursements 

100 964

G; M.J. Garrison; The Gauld Co. 

100 965

G; General Electric Co. 

100 966-967

G; General Electric Co.; M.J. Garrison; John W. Graham and Co. 

100 968

H; Hughes and Co.; Hurley Machine Co. 

100 969

H; Alexander Hutchins; Hotpoint Electric Heating Co. 

100 970

H; Hotpoint Electric Heating Co.; Hemingway Glass Co. 

100 971

H-I; Hubbard and Co.; Idaho Power and Light Men's Association; Idaho Foundry and Machine Co.; Idaho Fuel Co. 

100 972

I-K; Idaho Tax Commission; Industrial Insurance Commission; Idaho Public Utilities Commission; J.J. Jennings; Lee P. Ketcham Coal Co. 

101 973

L; Edgar H. Libby; Lindsley Bens Co. 

101 974

L; Lewiston National Bank; Edgar H. Libby 

101 975

M; Charles L. McDonald; John F. MacLane; H. Mueller Manufacturing Co. 

101 976

M; H. Mueller Manufacturing Co.; Chas. C. Moore and Co. Engineers 

101 977

M; Chas. C. Moore and Co. Engineers; Michigan Motor Car Parts 

101 978

M; Michigan Motor Car Parts; "Trouble Sheets" 

101 979

M-N; "Trouble Sheets"; Northwestern Electric Light and Power Association 

101 980

N; Northwestern Electric Light and Power Association; Northeastern Electric Co.; certificate of membership to the National Rivers and Harbors Congress; Norris Safe and Lock Co.; Northwestern Mutual Fire Association; Northwestern Pacific Railway Co. 

101 981

N-O; Northwestern Pacific Railway Co.; National Electric Light Association; Oregon Agricultural College; Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Co.; freight checks slips for Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Co. 

101 982

O-P; Portland Wood Pipe Co.; Pacific Coast Pipe Co. 

101 983

P; Pierson, Roeding and Co.; Platt Iron Works Co.; Shirley S. Philbrick 

102 984

P; Pacific States Electric Co.; Public Services Commission of Washington 

102 985

P-R; Public Services Commission of Washington; Pittsburg High Voltage Insulator Co.; Allen E. Ransom 

102 986

R; Roslyn Fuel Co.; Riter-Conley Manufacturing Co. 

102 987

S; W.B. Saunders; Bernard Schermerhorn; Schmidt Lithograph Co. 

102 988

S; Standard Coal Co.; Standard Underground Cable Co.; Schmidt Lithograph Co.; Shaw and Borden Co. 

102 989

S; Shaw and Borden Co.; summary of company's General, Real Estate, Farm, and Orchard Departments; Spencer Trask and Co. 

102 990

S; Spencer Trask and Co.; cash statement; Wilfred Shore and Co. 

102 991

S; Standard Underground Cable Co. 

102 992

S-U; Telephone Electrical Equipment Co.; R. Thomas and Sons Co.; U.S. Steel Products Co. 

102 993

U; U.S. Steel Products Co.; Department of Interior Indian Services; Department of Commerce; Union Trust and Savings Bank 

102 994

U-V; Union Trust and Savings Bank; D. Van Nostrand Co.; Valvoline Oil Co. 

103 995

V-W; Vineland Industrial Club; J.P. Weyerhaeuser 

103 996

W; White Bros. and Crum Co., Ltd.; Washington Pipe and Foundry Co. 

103 997

W; State of Washington Department of Agriculture 

103 998

W; Washington Electrical Supply Co.; Washington Water Power Co. 

103 999

W; Washington Water Power Co. 

103 1000

W-Z; Washington Water Power Co.; Elbert Wheeler; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

103 1001

Correspondence 1915 

Box Folder

A; Henry Adams; American Cross Arm Co. 

103 1002

A; American Surety Co.; invoices for town of Asotin; Asotin County Abstract Co.; Delta Krandelt, Asotin County Auditor; E.R. Downen, Asotin County Treasurer; garage records 

103 1003

A; Garage records 

103 1004

A-B; Garage records; Bradstreet Co.; George Bailey; Cecil Barrett 

103 1005

B-C; Burroughs Adding Machine Co.; Continental Oil Co. 

104 1006

C; Samuel Cabot Inc.; Sherman Canfield 

104 1007

C; Chanslor and Lyon Co.; Eugene A. Cox 

104 1008

C-D; Letters from the company to water users regarding a potential drought; Crane Co.; Cleveland Electric Illuminating Co. schedules 

104 1009

D-E; Fred W. Duston; H.G. Dun and Co.; R.C. Dahlttjelon; Electro Bleaching Gas Co. 

104 1010

E; Electro Bleaching Gas Co.; Employer's Association of the Inland Empire 

104 1011

E-F; Employer's Association of the Inland Empire; Electrical World; Fairbanks, Morse, and Co. 

104 1012

F; Federal Sign System (electric); Robert Foster; First National Bank 

104 1013

F-G; John W. Graham and Co.; General Electric Co. 

104 1014

G; General Electric Co. 

104 1015-1016

G-H; General Electric Co.; Hurley Machine Co. 

105 1017

H; Alexander Hutchins; Hotpoint Electric Heating Co. 

105 1018

H-I; Hotpoint Electric Heating Co.; University of Idaho College of Agriculture; Idaho Power and Light Co. 

105 1019

I; Idaho Power and Light Co.; Idaho Trust Co.; Industrial Film Co.; IRS; Eastern Division Highway Association 

105 1020

I; Idaho Power and Light Men's Association; Idaho Public Utilities Commission; Idaho National Harvester Co. 

105 1021

I-K; Industrial Insurance Commission; Journal of Electricity; Kemmerer Coal Co. 

105 1022

L; Lewiston Milling Co.; "First Years Cost of a 1000-Acre Orchard," by W.B. Lanham; Lewiston-Clarkston Transit Co. 

105 1023

L; Lewiston-Clarkston Transit Co. 

105 1024

L-M; Miscellaneous correspondence with company; A.D. McLean; H. Mueller Manufacturing Co. 

105 1025

M; Moody Manual; Chas. C. Moore and Co. Engineers 

105 1026

M; Herman Morton McKinney; Chas. C. Moore and Co. Engineers; Michigan Motor Car Co.; Mitchell Automobiles 

105 1027

M; "Trouble Sheets&quot 

106 1028

N; The Noon Bag Co. 

106 1029

N; The Noon Bag Co.; Northwestern Mutual Fire Association; Nitrate Agencies Co. 

106 1030

N-P; National Rivers and Harbors Congress; Public Utilities Commission; Platt Iron Works 

106 1031

P; Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

106 1032

P; Pacific States Electric Co.; Portland Wood Pipe Co. 

106 1033

P-S; John A. Roebling's Sons Co.; Roslyn Fuel Co.; Beverly Robinson; Shaw and Borden Co. 

106 1034

S; Shaw and Borden Co.; Standard Gas and Power Co.; Spencer Trask and Co. 

106 1035

S; Spencer Trask and Co.; Wilfred Shore 

106 1036

S-T; Wilfred Shore; Standard Underground Cable Co.; Telephone Electric Equipment Co. 

106 1037

T-U; Union Iron Works; Underwood Typewriter Co.; U.S. Geological Survey; U.S. Steel Products Co. 

106 1038

U; U.S. Steel Products Co.; Union Trust and Savings Bank 

107 1039

U; U.S. Department of Agriculture; U.S. War Dept. 

107 1040

W; Washington Office of Commissioner of Public Lands; I.M. Howell, Washington's Secretary of State 

107 1041

W; I.M. Howell, Washington's Secretary of State; Whitman County; Ed Windus; Western Electric Co. 

107 1042

W; Western Electric Co.; M.C. True, Whitman County Assessor; Washington State Board of Health; Washington Water Power Co. 

107 1043

W; Washington Water Power Co.; Washington Electric Supply Co.; Elbert Wheeler 

107 1044

W-Z; Wagner Electric Co.; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

107 1045

Correspondence 1916 

Box Folder

A; Henry Adams; invoices for Asotin County 

107 1046

A; Garage records 

107 1047-1048

A-B; E.R. Downen, Asotin County Treasurer; Delta K. Alderman, Asotin County Auditor; application for Washington motor vehicle license 

107 1049

B; Cecil Barrett; Bank of Asotin County 

108 1050

C; Continental Coal Co.; Continental Oil Co.; Eva Canfield 

108 1051

C; Crane Co.; Eugene A. Cox; Francis W. Collins 

108 1052

C-D; Francis W. Collins 

108 1053

D-E; Electrical Appliance Co.; Employer's Association of the Inland Empire 

108 1054

E-F; Employer's Association of the Inland Empire; Electro Bleaching Gas Co.; appliance inventory for company; First National Bank 

108 1055

F; First National Bank; Robert Foster 

108 1056

F-G; Federal Sign System (electric); Fairbanks, Morse and Co.; Fobes Supply Co.; General Electric Co. 

108 1057

G; General Electric Co. 

108 1058

G; John W. Graham and Co.; W. and L.E. Gurely; statement of assets and liabilities for company 

108 1059

G; General Electric Co. 

109 1060

H; Hotpoint Electric Heating Co. 

109 1061

H; Casper W. Hodgson; Alexander Hutchins; Ernest W. Hardy 

109 1062

H; Hotpoint Electric Heating Co. 

109 1063

H; Hurley Machine Co.; Imperial Prism-Cut Glass; Hillsboro Power and Investment Co. 

109 1064

I-J; Inland Abstract and Trust Co.; Public Utilities Commission of the State of Idaho; George D. Ayers, Dean of College of Law, University of Idaho; George R. Barker, Idaho's Secretary of State; Idaho National Harvester Co., Ltd.; H.W. Johns-Manville Co. 

109 1065

J-L; H.W. Johns-Manville Co.; John F. Kinder; Lombard Governor Co. 

109 1066

L; Lewiston National Bank; Lewiston-Clarkston Transit Co. 

109 1067

M; Herman McKinney; McGraw Electrical Directory; J.M. Croskey 

109 1068

M; Report on agriculture profits and acreage for 1915 and 

109 1069

M; Fire insurance policies 

109 1070

M; Miscellaneous financial information 

110 1071

M; Values of acreage; materials for company 

110 1072

M; Garage records; Electrical Department's summary 

110 1073

M; Chas. C. Moore and Co. Engineers; Mitchell Automobiles 

110 1074

M-N; Northwestern Mutual Fire Association; National X-Ray Reflector Co. 

110 1075

N-O; National Electric Light Association; National Rivers and Harbors Congress; Oklahoma Gas and Electric Co.; Oregon-Washington Railroad and Navigation Co.; Oregon Nursery Co. 

110 1076

P; Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co.; Puget Sound Bridge and Dredging Co.; Public Services Commission of Washington 

110 1077

P; Shirley S. Philbrick 

110 1078

P; Payroll records (Jan.-March) 

110 1079

P; Payroll records (April-June) 

111 1080

P; Payroll records (July-August) 

111 1081

P; Payroll records (Sept. and Oct.) 

111 1082

P; Payroll records (Nov. and Dec.) 

111 1083

R; John A. Roebling's Sons Co.; Ropes, Gray, Boyden, and Perkins; Allen Ransom; Beverly Robinson 

111 1084

S; Shaw and Borden Co.; Simplex Electric Heating Co. 

111 1085

S; Schmidt Lithograph Co.; Simplex Electric Heating Co.; Standard Underground Cable co.; Spencer Trask and Co.; State Bank of Clarkston 

111 1086

T-U; Professor Thornber; Spokane and Eastern Trust Co.; U.S. Department of Agriculture; U.S. Department of the Interior 

111 1087

U; Union Trust and Savings Bank 

111 1088

U; U.S. Geological Survey; Underwood Typewriter Co.; U.S. Steel Products Co. 

111 1089

V-W; Valvoline Oil Co; Water Users' Committee; Western Electric Co.; Wagner Electric Manufacturing Co.; Ed Wolf; I.D. Webb Insurance 

112 1090

W; Wise-Harrold Electric Co.; Washington Electric Supply Co. 

112 1091

W; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

112 1092

W; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.; White Bros. and Crum Co. 

112 1093

W; Washington Water and Power Co.; Elbert Wheeler; I.M. Howell, Washington's Secretary of State 

112 1094

W; Washington Electric Supply Co. 

112 1095

W-Z; Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. 

112 1096

Correspondence 1917-1918 

Box Folder

A-D; Nursery correspondence 

112 1097

D-H; Orchards and nurseries 

112 1098

H-L; Orchards and nurseries 

112 1099

L-M; Orchards and nurseries 

112 1100

M-O; Orchards and nurseries 

113 1101

O-T; Orchards and nurseries; Oregon Nursery Co. 

113 1102

T-Z; A-Z 

113 1103

Correspondence 1919 

Box Folder

A-D; Henry Adams; Eugene A. Cox 

113 1104

D-H; Ross Howards; Charles Florence; First National Bank; Payroll Account 

113 1105

I-M; Lewiston National Bank; D.H. Mohler 

113 1106

M-O; Northwestern Mutual Fire Association 

113 1107

O; Oregon Nursery Co. 

113 1108

P; Portland Wholesale Nursery Co.; Payroll records for 1919 

113 1109

R-S; Ropes, Gray, Boyden, and Perkins; Spencer Trask and Co. 

113 1110

S-V; Spencer Trask and Co. 

113 1111

V-Z; Washington Nursery Co.; Yakima and Columbia River Nursery Co. 

114 1112

Correspondence 1920 

Box Folder

A-C; John Adams; Henry Adams; Asotin County Abstract Co.; Frank Brown; Eugene A. Cox 

114 1113

D-F; E.J. Doyle; Letitia Frizzell; First National Bank 

114 1114

H-L; Alexander Hutchins; Frank A. Jones; Lewiston National Bank (deposit slips) 

114 1115

L-O; Lewiston National Bank; Manister Iron Works; Oregon Nursery Co. 

114 1116

P; Payroll records 

114 1117

R-S; State Street Trust Co.; Spencer Trask Co. 

114 1118

S-Z; Spencer Trask Co.; Vollmer-Clearwater Co.; Elbert Wheeler 

114 1119

Correspondence 1921 

Box Folder

A; John Adams; Henry Adams; Asotin County 

114 1120

A-F; Eugene A. Cox 

114 1121

F-H; First National Bank 

114 1122

H-L; Alexander Hutchins; Lewiston National Bank 

115 1123

M-P; Payroll records for 1921 

115 1124

R-Z; Schmidt Lithograph Co.; State Street Trust Co.; Spencer Trask Co. 

115 1125

Correspondence 1922 

Box Folder

A-B; Henry Adams 

115 1126

B-C; Herman Baker; Eugene A. Cox 

115 1127

D-F; Charles Florence; First National Bank 

115 1128

F-J; First National Bank; C.J. Huffman; Alexander Hutchins; Idaho Trust Co. 

115 1129

K-N; Lewiston National Bank; McNare and Clements; Northern Pacific Railway Co. 

115 1130

N-P; Northern Pacific Railway Co.; Oregon Nursery Co.; Payroll records for 

115 1131

R-S; Beverly Robinson; Shaw and Borden and Co.; State Street Trust Co.; Spencer Trask Co. 

115 1132

T-Z; Elbert Wheeler; State of Washington report on extra-hazardous payroll 

115 1133

Correspondence 1923 

Box Folder

A-B; Henry Adams 

116 1134

B-C; E.J. Blount; Eugene A. Cox; City of Clarkston 

116 1135

C-F; City of Clarkston; Orville E. Ferguson; First National Bank 

116 1136

F-H; First National Bank; Fred B. Grinnell Co.; Alexander Hutchins; D. Hill Nursery Co. 

116 1137

H-M; Lewiston National Bank; A.D. McCleary 

116 1138

M-O; A.D. McCleary; Thomas B. Meehan Co.; Northwestern Mutual Fire Association; Oregon Nursery Co. 

116 1139

P-S; Payroll records for ; Spencer Trask and Co. 

116 1140

S-Z; Spencer Trask and Co.; Seeley and Co.; lot descriptions;; Valley Fruit Co. Inc. Elbert Wheeler; Washington-Idaho Water, Light, and Power Co.; State of Washington; J.W. Yeager 

116 1141

Correspondence 1924 

Box Folder

A-S; Henry Adams; land contracts; Shaw and Borden Co.; Sapps' Wholesale and Retail Groceries; Spencer Trask and Co. 

116 1142

S-W; Spencer Trask and Co.; Washington-Idaho Water, Light and Power Co. statement 

116 1143

W-Z; Washington-Idaho Water, Light and Power Co. 

116 1144

Correspondence 1925 

Box Folder

A-B; Henry Adams; John C. Applewaite; Charles L. Dufant; Moscow apples; E.J. Blount 

117 1145

B-C; Butch-Franklin Inter-county Bridge Co.; Credit Adjustment Co.; Eugene A. Co.; City of Clarkston 

117 1146

D-F; W.H. Davis; Federal Land Bank of Spokane; Robert Foster 

117 1147

F-H; John W. Graham and Co.; General Machinery Co.; Ernest B. Hussey; Alexander Hutchens 

117 1148

H-L; Lewiston National Bank 

117 1149

M; A.D. McCleary; application to Federal Power Commissioner 

117 1150

M-P; Applications to Federal Power Commissioner; Oliver Pring; Payroll 

117 1151

R-Z; Shaw and Borden Co.; Spencer Trask and Co.; Sapp's Wholesale and Retail Groceries 

117 1152

Correspondence 1926 

Box Folder

A; Henry Adams; American Fruit Growers Inc. 

117 1153

B-C; Cecil Barrett; Credit Adjustment Co.; Eugene A. Cox 

117 1154

C-F; Eugene A. Cox; First National Bank; Robert Foster 

118 1155

F; Robert Foster 

118 1156

F-J; Robert Foster; General Machinery Co.; Alexander Hutchins; Hale and Dorr; R.J. Jenks 

118 1157

J-L; Lewiston National Bank 

118 1158

L-M; Lewiston National Bank; A.D. McCleary 

118 1159

M-O; Apples delivered from each tract; Orchard Department's earnings for 1926; Oregon Nursery Co. 

118 1160

P; Pacific Power and Light Co.; Payroll 

118 1161

P-S; Spokane Review; Spencer Trask and Co.; State Bank of Clarkston 

118 1162

T-Z; Elbert Wheeler 

118 1163

Correspondence 1927 

Box Folder

A; Henry Adams; American Fruit Growers Inc. 

118 1164

B-C; Ira Cleveland; City of Clarkston 

118 1165

C-F; Eugene A. Cox; Robert Foster 

119 1166

F-G; Robert Foster; General Machinery Co. 

119 1167

G-L; General Machinery Co.; J.L. Kole; David Lange 

119 1168

L; Lewiston National Bank 

119 1169

M; A.D. McCleary; Milton Nursery Co. 

119 1170

M-O; History of Clarkston and the company (manuscript); company's cash statement; Northwest Distribution Inc. 

119 1171

P; Pacific Power and Light Co.; payroll 

119 1172

R-S; Shaw and Borden Co.; State Street Trust Co.; Spencer Trask and Co. 

119 1173

S-Z; State Bank of Clarkston 

119 1174

Correspondence 1928 

Box Folder

A; Henry Adams 

119 1175

B-C; Sophy Burns; Credit Adjustment Co. 

119 1176

C-E; Ira Cleveland; Eugene A. Cox 

120 1177

F; Robert Foster 

120 1178

F-I; Robert Foster; General Machinery Co.; R.J. Hilton; Alexander Hutchins; Idaho Trust Co. 

120 1179

I-L; Idaho Trust Co.; Department of Labor, Washington; Lewiston National Bank 

120 1180

M; C.T. McDonald 

120 1181

M-P; Store inventory; Northwest Distribution Inc.; Oregon Nursery Co.; Phoenix Insurance Co. 

120 1182

P; Payroll ; Pacific Power and Light Co. 

120 1183

R-S; Spencer Trask and Co. 

120 1184

S; Lot descriptions; State Bank of Clarkston 

120 1185

S-Z; W.G. Weatherly; Alex M. Winston 

120 1186

Correspondence 1929 

Box Folder

A; Henry Adams; Clarkston Chamber of Commerce 

120 1187

B-C; R.C. Benedict; Cecil Barrett; H.C. Baughman; Columbia Valley Association 

121 1188

C; Columbia Valley Association 

121 1189

C; Columbia Valley Association; Eugene A. Cox 

121 1190

D-F; G.H. Daugherty; Flora Evans; Robert Foster 

121 1191

F; Robert Foster 

121 1192

F-L; Robert Foster; W.D. Gillis, Idaho's Attorney General; General Machinery Co.; Roland H. Hartley, Washington's Governor; Alexander Hutchins; Washington's Department of Labor 

121 1193

L; Paul Lyon; Lewiston-Clarkston Transit Co.; Lewiston National Bank 

121 1194

L-M; Lewiston National Bank; A.E. Maxwell; cash statement 

121 1195

M; Apple crops summary; miscellaneous crop statements; miscellaneous inventories 

121 1196

M; Miscellaneous crop information 

121 1197

N-P; Northwestern Mutual Fire Association; Pacific Power and Light Co. 

122 1198

P-S; Payroll ; John W. Summers, Washington Representative 

122 1199

S; Spokane Chamber of Commerce; John W. Summers, Washington Representative; Spokane Stove and Furnace Repair Works 

122 1200

S; S.J. Sargent; State Bank of Clarkston 

122 1201

S-U; State Bank of Clarkston; Lynn Tuttle; Troy Lumber Co.; Union Pacific System 

122 1202

U-Z; State of Washington 

122 1203

Correspondence 1930 

Box Folder

A; Henry Adams; Asotin County; report on finances for apple crops 

122 1204

A-B; Miscellaneous on apple crops 

122 1205

B-C; Credit Adjustment Co.; Citizens National Bank; Columbia Valley Association 

122 1206

C; Columbia Valley Association; Eugene A. Cox 

122 1207

C-F; Eugene A. Cox; Arthur Farrish Lumber Co.; James Florence; Robert Foster 

122 1208

F; Robert Foster 

123 1209

F-H; Robert Foster; General Machinery Co.; Alexander Hutchins; Perry Huddleston; Washington Department of Labor 

123 1210

H-L; John W. Summers, Lewiston National Bank 

123 1211

M; Milton Nursery Co.; cash statement for company; orchard expenses 

123 1212

M-O; J.J. Laston; list of company stockholders; Northwest Mutual Fire Association; Old National Bank and Union Trust Co. 

123 1213

O-P; Payroll 

123 1214

R-S; Spencer Trask and Co.; State Bank of Clarkston 

123 1215

T-W; Gertrude Tollerfield; Union Pacific System; John W. Summers; Washington State 

123 1216

W-Z; Washington Water Power Co.; Wenatchee-Beebe Orchard Co. 

123 1217

Correspondence 1931 

Box Folder

A; Asotin County; J.V. Abbott; Henry Adams 

123 1218

A; Henry Adams 

124 1219

A; Apple sales; Henry Adams 

124 1220

B-C; Beebe Fruit Co.; Credit Adjustment Co.; Columbia Valley Association 

124 1221

C; Columbia Valley Association; Eugene A. Cox 

124 1222

C-F; Eugene A. Cox; Arthur Farrish Lumber Co.; Robert Foster 

124 1223

G-I; General Machinery Co.; Alexander Hutchins; Idaho Department of Labor 

124 1224

K-L; Charles Kuntz; Judge E.V. Kuyken; Lewiston National Bank 

124 1225

M; Mountain States Building and Loan Association; J.H. Miller; Mamer Air Transport; estimated expenses for company 

124 1226

M-N; Average monthly collections for all retail establishments in 1927; list of trees on various tracts 

124 1227

N-P; Northwest Toll Bridge Co.; Old National Bank and Union Trust Co. 

124 1228

R-S; R.W. Ritter; Spencer Trask and Co.; W.B. Smith; State Bank of Clarkston 

125.1 1229

T-W; Lynn Tuttle; Underwood Typewriter Co.; R.H. Vickers; W.D. Winneford; Washington Water Power Co. 

125.1 1230

W-Z; Washington Water Power Co. 

125.1 1231

Correspondence 1932 

Box Folder

A; Asotin County; Henry Adams; crop returns for the company 

125.1 1232

B-C; Credit Adjustment Co.; Columbia Valley Association 

125.1 1233

C-H; Columbia Valley Association; Eugene A. Cox; Arthur Farrish Lumber Co.; Robert Foster; General Machinery Co.; Alexander Hutchins 

125.1 1234

H-L; Alexander Hutchins; W.B. Kuykendall; J.J. Layton; Lewiston National Bank 

125.1 1235

M; Mountain States Building and Loan Association 

125.1 1236

N-P; Northwestern Mutual Fire Association; Payroll 

125.1 1237

R-S; Spencer Trask and Co.; State Bank of Clarkston 

125.2 1238

T-Z; Washington Water Power Co.; State of Washington 

125.2 1239

Correspondence 1934 

Box Folder

A; Asotin County 

125.2 1240

B-C; Service Bulletin (published by Lewiston-Clarkston Retail Credit Association); Credit Adjustment Co.;  Gleanings (published by Credit Adjustment Co.); Eugene A. Cox 

125.2 1241

D-H; Alexander Hutchins 

125.2 1242

H-L; Home Owners Loan Corp.; W.B. Kuykendall; Edgar H. Libby 

125.2 1243

L; Lewiston National Bank 

125.2 1244

M; C.A. McCabe; miscellaneous financial records and notes 

125.3 1245

M; Miscellaneous financial records and notes 

125.3 1246

N-P; National Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Connecticut; Northwestern Fruit Exchange; Payroll 1933 

125.3 1247

P-S; Pacific Power and Light Co.; W.B. Smith; State Street Trust Co.; State Bank of Clarkston; Shaw and Borden Co. 

125.3 1248

T-W; Receipts for Troy Lumber Co.; Wenatchee-Beebe Orchard Co.; Wells and Wade, Inc.; State of Washington 

125.3 1249

W-Z; State of Washington; Washington Water Power Co. 

125.3 1250

Correspondence 1935 

Box Folder

A-G; Eugene A. Cox; Credit Adjustment Co.; R.A. Downer; First National Bank; General Machinery Co. 

125.3 1251

Miscellaneous financial information and receipts 

125.3 1252

Miscellaneous financial information and receipts 

125.3 1253

H; Alexander Hutchins; Home Owners' Loan Corp. 

125.3 1254

H-J; Home Owners' Loan Corp. 

125.3 1255

K-L; W.B. Kuykendal; Lewiston National Bank 

125.3 1256

L-M; Lewiston National Bank 

125.4 1257

N; Inventories and miscellaneous financial information and receipts 

125.4 1258

N-P; Miscellaneous financial information and receipts; Payroll ; Pacific Power and Light Co. 

125.4 1259

R-V; Spencer Trask and Co.; State Street Trust Co. 

125.4 1260

W; State of Washington; Wenatchee-Beebe Orchard Co.; J.H. Weatherly 

125.4 1261

W-Z; State of Washington 

125.4 1262

Correspondence 1936 

Box Folder

A-B; Alaska Junk Co.; Henry Adams; W.H. Bristol 

125.4 1263

B-C; Cecil Barrett; Wendell P. Brown; Credit Adjustment Co. 

125.4 1264

C-G; Credit Adjustment Co.; George and Clarence Dygert; Dependable Ladder Co.; Verner Ebinger; Farrish Lumber Co.; Robert Foster; General Machinery Co. 

125.4 1265

H-K; Alexander Hutchins; Hewes Brokerage Co.; Home Lumber Co.; Charles Kuntz 

125.4 1266

K-L; W.B. Kuykendall; Lewiston National Bank 

125.5 1267

L-M; Lewiston National Bank; miscellaneous financial information and receipts 

125.5 1268

M; Miscellaneous financial information and receipts 

125.5 1269

M-P; Frederick Maurer; Northwest Toll Bridge Co.; Northern Pacific Railway Co.; Northwestern Mutual Fire Association; Old National Bank and Union Trust Co.; Pilot Knob Gold Corp.; Pacific Power and Light Co. 

125.5 1270

P-R; Payroll ; Charles Raken 

125.5 1271

R-S; Rainier Fruit Co.; Spencer Trask and Co.; J. Swain; Shaw and Borden Co.; W.P. Stapleton 

125.5 1272

T-V; Troy Lumber Co.; Carl Tucker; U.S. Department of Agriculture 

125.5 1273

W; State of Washington; State College of Washington 

125.5 1274

W; E.A. White Fruit Co.; Wenatchee-Beebe Orchard Co.; W.A. Wallis; Washington Water Power Co. 

125.5 1275

W-Z; Washington Water Power Co. 

125.5 1276

Correspondence 1937 

Box Folder

A; Henry Adams; Alaska Junk Co.; American Fruit Growers Association; miscellaneous financial information and receipts 

126 1277

A-B; Miscellaneous financial information and receipts; Ruth Beamer; Bristol Packing Co.; Wendell Brown 

126 1278

C-H; Eugene A. Cox; California Packing Corp.; Columbia and Okanogan Nursery Co.; Fergus Falls Woolen Mills; First National Bank; H.J. Heinz Corp. 

126 1279

H-L; Alexander Hutchins; Intermountain Seed and Fuel Co.; Idaho First National Bank; Lindeman Power and Equipment Co. 

126 1280

M; Miscellaneous financial information and receipts 

126 1281-1282

M-P; Northern Pacific Railway Co.; Payroll 

126 1283

R-W; Rainier Fruit Co.; Spencer Trask and Co.; Stark Bros. Nurseries and Orchards Co.; U.S. Department of Agriculture; Emergency Crop and Feed Loan Office; State of Washington 

127 1284

W; State of Washington; State College of Washington; Washington Water Power Co. 

127 1285

W-Z; Washington Water Power Co.; Yakima Valley Spray Co.; E.A. White Fruit Co.; Harry M. Wilson (radio service); Wells and Wade, Inc.; Wenatchee Fruit Exchange 

127 1286

Correspondence 1938 

Box Folder

A; American Fruit Growers; Henry Adams; adding machine printouts (misc.) 

127 1287

A; Adding machine tapes 

127 1288

B-H; Eugene A. Cox; Clarkston Chamber of Commerce; Internal Revenue Service; Alexander Hutchins 

127 1289

I-M; Idaho First National Bank; Charles Kuntz; miscellaneous financial information and receipts 

127 1290

M; Miscellaneous financial information and receipts 

127 1291

M-N; Miscellaneous financial information and receipts; Northwest Nazarene College (regarding potentially moving the college to Clarkston) 

128 1292

N-P; Payroll 

128 1293

P-W; Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co.; Spencer Trask and Co.; U.S. Department of Agriculture; E.A. White Fruit Co.; Wenatchee Fruit Credit Corp.; State of Washington 

128 1294

W-Z; State of Washington 

128 1295

Correspondence 1939 

Box Folder

A-C; Henry Adams; Alaska Junk Co.; M.J. Crabb, Asotin County Treasurer; U.S. Department of Agriculture; Agricultural Adjustment Administration; Finance Department of U.S. Army; Cecil R. Bond; U.S. Department of Agriculture Federal Crop Insurance Co. 

128 1296

C-D; Clinton Copeland; Eugene A. Cox 

128 1297

E-I; Morgan Ellcey; Fred Elsensohn; General Insurance Company of America; Alexander Hutchins; Idaho First National Bank 

128 1298

I-M; Idaho First National Bank; R.G. McMillan; S.E. McFeron 

128 1299

M; Miscellaneous financial information and receipts 

128 1300

M; Miscellaneous financial information and receipts 

129 1301

N-P; Old National Bank and Union Trust Co.; Payroll 

129 1302

P-W; Shaw and Borden Co.; George P. Sisler; Spencer Trask and Co.; G.L. Swarva; Washington Unemployment compliance forms 

129 1303

W; Washington Unemployment compliance forms 

129 1304

W-Z; E.L. Overholser, Department of Horticulture, State College of Washington; Washington Water Power Co. 

129 1305

Correspondence 1940 

Box Folder

A; Henry Adams; Agricultural Adjustment Administration; adding machine tapes 

129 1306

A-B; Adding machine tapes 

129 1307

C-E; Clarkston Cemetery Association; Eugene A. Cox; Morgan Ellcey; Internal Revenue Service 

129 1308

E-I; Morgan Ellcey; Ogden Fountain; General Insurance Co.; Grange Fire Insurance Association; E.C. Hartley; Idaho First National Bank 

129 1309

J-M; Belle Johnson; Charles Kuntz; miscellaneous financial information and receipts 

130.1 1310

N-P; Northwestern Mutual Fire Association; Matt Niemi; R.G. McMillan; Payroll 

130.1 1311

R-S; Security Bank; A.F. Rehberg; Shaw and Borden Co.; Floyd Stanley; George P. Sisler; Spencer Trask and Co. 

130.1 1312

T-W; Union Pacific Railroad Co.; G.L. Swarva; U.S. Assay Office; Washington Water Power Co.; Webb Tractor and Equipment Co. 

130.1 1313

W-Z; State of Washington 

130.1 1314

Miscellaneous financial information 1896-1908 

Box Folder

 1896-1902 

130.1 1315

 1902-1908 

130.1 1316

 1902-1908 

130.1 1317

 1901-1902 

130.1 1318

Miscellaneous Financial Information 1899-1908 

Scope and Contents note

Henry Adams Financial Correspondence, and Check Copies

Miscellaneous financial information 

Box Folder

 1902-1908 

130.2 1319

 1901-1902 

130.2 1320

 1899-1901 

130.2 1321

 1899-1903 

130.2 1322

 1901-1902 

130.2 1323

 1902 

130.2 1324

Henry Adams correspondence (financial) undated 

130.2 1325

Checks: copies of checks made out by Henry Adams 

130.2 1326-1327

 1.3 Edward R. Windus Personal Correspondence 1893-1902 

Box Folder

Windus Letterbook 

130.2 130.3

 1.4 Henry Adams Personal Correpondence 1899-1904 

Box Folder

Miscellaneous financial information, Henry Adams 

130.4 1328-1335

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 2 Document Files Records 1888-1941 

 2.1 Articles, By-Laws, Licenses 1896-1940 

Box Folder

Reorganization papers 1910 

130.5 1336

Voting trust information (Elbert Wheeler, H.L Powers, Robert Foster, and Henry Adams) 

130.5 1337

List of officers; affidavit to discontinue business with Clarkston Water Works; Articles of Incorporation for Lewiston Water and Power Co. 

130.5 1338

Articles of Incorporation for Lewiston Light Co., Ltd.; Articles of Incorporation for Lewiston-Clarkston Co.; Articles of Incorporation for Clarkston Water Works; Articles of Incorporation for Lewiston Water and Power Co.; By-laws for Lewiston Water and Power Co.; By-laws for Lewiston Light Co., Ltd. 

130.5 1339

Articles of Incorporation for Lewiston-Clarkston Co.; state licenses for Lewiston Water and Power Co. 

130.5 1340

State licenses for Lewiston Water and Power Co.; state licenses for Clarkston Water Works 

130.5 1341

State licenses for Clarkston Water Works 

130.5 1342

State licenses for Clarkston Water Works; By-laws and Articles of Incorporation for Lewiston-Clarkston Co.; Articles of Incorporation for Moscow Electric Light and Power Co. 

130.5 1343

Articles of Incorporation for Moscow Electric Light and Power Co.; Articles of Incorporation for Lewiston Light Co.; miscellaneous bonds; miscellaneous by-laws 

130.5 1344

Miscellaneous articles of incorporation 

130.5 1345

Notices of stockholders 

130.5 1346

Tax receipts; annual reports to stockholders 

130.5 1347

Bills and legislation relating to the company; state licenses 

131 1348

Certificate of filing; By-laws and Articles of Incorporation for Asotin Land and Water Co.; By-laws and Articles of Incorporation for Grande Ronde Power Co. 

131 1349

 2.2 Minutes 1896-1940 

Box Folder

Meeting minutes, misc. 

131 1350-1356

Meeting minutes; miscellaneous correspondence regarding stockholders and proxy voting 

131 1357

Meeting minutes 

Box Folder

 1930s 

132 1358

 1920s and 1930s 

132 1359-1365

 1920s 

132 1366

 1920s and 1930s 

132 1367-1368

 1920s 

132 1369

 1910s and 1920s 

132 1370

 1910s 

132 1371

Meeting minutes; indenture with Union Trust and Savings Bank 1910s 

133 1372

Meeting minutes 1910s 

133 1373-1374

Meeting minutes for Lewiston-Concord Bridge Co. (1897 and 1898); Meeting minutes for Lewiston Light and Power Co., Ltd. 1896-1902 

133 No folder

Meeting minutes 17 July 1913 

Scope and Contents note

Letters to stockholders

Contract between Lewiston Light Co., Ltd. And Lewiston National Bank

Articles of Incorporation for Lewiston-Concord Bridge Co.

By-laws for Lewiston-Concord Bridge Co.

List of stock and stockholders

Minutes of joint meeting, Idaho and Washington Commissioners

133 1375

Meeting minutes for Lewiston-Concord Bridge Co. 1911-1913 

133 1376

Letterbook of meeting minutes for Asotin Water Works Co. Open 

134 No folder

Letterbook of meeting minutes for Asotin Land and Water Co. 

134 1377

Asotin Land and Water Co. letters to stockholders and meeting minutes (1921-1936); meeting minutes of Grande Ronde Power Co. 1915-1916 

134 1378

 2.3 Franchises and Ordinances 1890-1910 

Box Folder

Miscellaneous ordinances 

134 1379-1383

Miscellaneous ordinances 

135.1 1384-1387

 2.4 Contracts 1896-1941 

Box Folder

Contract numbers 1-6 

135.1 1388

Contract numbers 7-14 

135.1 1389

Contract numbers 15-21 

135.1 1390

Contract numbers 22-28 

135.1 1391

Contract numbers 29-33 

135.1 1392

Contract numbers 34-39 

135.1 1393

Contract numbers 40-45 

135.1 1394

Contract numbers 46 

135.1 1395

Contract numbers 47 

135.2 1396

Contract numbers 48-52 

135.2 1397

Contract numbers 53-57 

135.2 1398

Contract numbers 58-60 

135.2 1399

Contract numbers 61-67 

135.2 1400

Contract numbers 68-72 

135.2 1401

Contract numbers 73-77 

135.2 1402

Contract numbers 76 

135.2 1403

Contract numbers 78-80 

135.2 1404

Contract numbers 81-83 

135.2 1405

Contract numbers 84-90 

135.2 1406

Contract numbers 90-100 

135.3 1407

Contract numbers 101-106 

135.3 1408

Contract numbers 107-115 

135.3 1409

Contract numbers 116-120 

135.3 1410

Contract numbers 121-125 

135.3 1411

Contract numbers 127-129 

135.3 1412

Contract numbers 130-138 

135.3 1413

Contract numbers 139 

135.3 1414

Contract numbers 141-151 

135.3 1415

Contract numbers 151-152 

135.3 1416

Contract numbers 156 

135.3 1417

Contract numbers 157-160 

135.4 1418

Contract numbers 161-170 

135.4 1419

Contract numbers 171-187 

135.4 1420

Contract numbers 193-199 

135.4 1421

Contract numbers 200-202 

135.4 1422

Contract numbers 203-206 

135.4 1423

Contract numbers 207-209 

135.4 1424

Contract numbers 210-212 

135.4 1425

Contract numbers 213-220 

135.4 1426

Contract numbers 221-225 

135.4 1427

Contract numbers 226-229 

135.4 1428

Contract numbers 230-236 

135.5 1429

Contract numbers 237-240 

135.5 1430

Contract numbers 241-247 

135.5 1431

Contract numbers 248-253 

135.5 1432

Contract numbers 254-260 and misc. 

135.5 1433

Contracts, misc. 

135.5 1434

Contracts, misc. 

135.5 1435

Contracts, misc. 

135.5 1436

Contracts, irrigation 

135.5 1437

Contracts, irrigation 

135.5 1438

Contracts, misc. 

135.5 1439

Contracts, misc. 

135.5 1440

Contracts, misc. 

135.5 1441

Contracts, misc. 

135.5 1442-1447

 2.5 Title Abstracts circa 1890-circa 1940 

Box Folder

Title abstracts circa 1890-circa 1940 

136.1 1448-1457

Title abstracts circa 1890-circa 1940 

136.2 1458-1471

Title abstracts circa 1890-circa 1940 

136.3 1472-1480

Title abstracts circa 1890-circa 1940 

136.4 1481-1489

Title abstracts circa 1890-circa 1940 

136.5 1490-1500

 2.6 Deeds circa 1888-circa 1940 

Box Folder

 1879-1923 

137.1 1501-1551

 1899-1913 

137.2 1552-1590

 1895-1922 

137.3 1591-1645

 1896-1914 

137.4 1646-1697

 1896-1915 

137.5 1698-1731

 1911-1916 

138 1732-1762

 1910-1919 

139.1 1763-1791

 1894-1924 

139.2 1792-1809

 1895-1912 

139.3 1810-1828
Box

 circa 1888-circa 1940 

139.4

 1888-1912 

OV139.5

 2.7 Dedications 1896-1927 

Box

Registry of plats and transfer of title of streets, etc. to the public 

140

 2.8 Litigation circa 1899-circa 1928 

Box

Judgments, writs, briefs, decisions, settlements, and related documents emanating from lawsuits, legal actions, and hearings before courts and regulatory agencies 

141

 2.9 Petitions circa 1900-circa 1910 

 2.10 Surety bonds circa 1910 

 2.11 General to Company Officials 1897-1918 

Box

LCIC 1906-1914 

142

LCIC, 1915-1918 (includes Washington-Idaho Water, Light and Power Co.) 

143

 2.12 Reports to Public Commissions 1911-1918 

Box

Lewiston-Concord Bridge Company, 1899-1913 Reports to Regulatory Commissions 

144

Idaho Public Utilities Commission 1912-1916 

145

Idaho Tax Commission 1912-1916 

145

Washington Public Utilities Commission 1911-1916 

145

 2.13 Documents re: Adams Building and Adams Ranch circa 1896-circa 1910 

Scope and Contents note

Insurance policies, bills, contracts, and other papers.

Box

[not used] 

146

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 3 Financial Records 1896-1947 

 3.1 Vouchers 1896-1947 

General note

NOTE: See container 222 for index to voucher series in containers 176-221

Box

 1896-1899 

147

A-M Jan. 1901-Dec. 1901 

148

N-Z Jan. 1901-Dec. 1901 

149

A-M Sept. 1902-Apr. 1903 

149

N-Z Sept. 1902-Apr. 1903 

150

A-L Apr. 1903-Oct. 1903 

150

M-Z Apr. 1903-Oct. 1903 

151

A-M Oct. 1903-Mar. 1904 

151

N-Z Oct. 1903-Mar. 1904 

152

A-Z Mar. 1904-Sept. 1904 

152

A-Z Sept. 1904-Dec. 1904 

153

A-Z Jan. 1905-Mar. 1905 

154

A-Z Apr. 1905-July 1905 

155

A-M July 1905-Oct. 1905 

156

N-Z July 1905-Oct. 1905 

156

A-Z Oct. 1905-Jan. 1906 

156

A-Z Jan. 1906-Apr. 1906 

157

A-K Apr. 1906-June 1906 

157

L-Z Apr. 1906-June 1906 

158

A-Z June 1906-Aug. 1906 

158

A-Z Aug. 1906-Nov. 1906 

159

A-Z Nov. 1906-Feb. 1907 

160

A-L Feb. 1907-July 1907 

160

M-Z Feb. 1907-July 1907 

161

A-Z July 1907-Feb. 1908 

161

A-Z Feb. 1908-Jan. 1909 

162

A-Z Jan. 1909-July 1910 

163

A-B 1903-1910 

164

Ca-Ck 1903-1910 

165

Cl-Cz-D-E 1903-1910 

166

E-F-G 1903-1910 

167

H-I-J-K-L 1903-1910 

168

Lewiston 1903-1910 

169

M-N-O 1903-1910 

170

N.P.R.R 1903-1910 

171

O-P 1903-1910 

172

R-S-T-U-V 1903-1910 

173

W 1903-1910 

174

W-X-Y-Z, misc. 1903-1910 

175

1-1099 1906-1907 

176

1100-2899 1907-1908 

177

2900-5099 1908-1910 

178

5100-5187 1910 

179

1-699 1910 

179

700-1499 1910-1911 

180

1500-2099 1911 

181

2100-2749 1911 

182

2750-3549 1911-1912 

183

3550-4299 1912 

184

4300-5099 1912-1913 

185

5100-5849 1913 

186

5850-6699 1913-1914 

187

6700-7599 1914 

188

7600-8399 1914-1915 

189

8400-9149 1915 

190

9150-9949 1915-1916 

191

9950-10649 1916 

192

10650-11549 1916-1917 

193

11550-12499 1917-1919 

194

12500-13399 1919-1920 

195

13400-15199 1920-1921 

196

15200-15876 1921 

197

1-199 1922 

197

200-1199 1922-1923 

198

1200-2199 1923-1924 

199

2200-5199 1924-1925 

200

3100-4099 1925-1926 

201

4100-5099 1926-1927 

202

5100-5999 1927-1928 

203

6000-6999 1928 

204

7000-7999 1929-1930 

205

8000-8899 1930-1931 

206

8900-9899 1931-1933 

207

9900-10000 1933 

208

1-749 1933-1934 

208

750-1749 1934-1935 

209

1750-2699 1935-1936 

210

2700-3699 1936-1937 

211

3700-4549 1937-1937 

212

4550-5449 1937-1938 

213

5450-6299 1938-1939 

214

6300-6691 1939-1940 

215

1-449 1940 

215

450-569 1940 

216

1113-1799 1941-1942 

216

1800-2499 1942-1943 

217

2500-2821 1943 

218

1548-1799 1944 

218

1800-2224 1944-1945 

219

2225-2699 1945-1947 

220

2700-3121 1947 

221

Card Index for Voucher series 1906-circa 1947 

222

Vouchers, Lewiston-Concord Bridge Co. 1899-1913 

Scope and Contents note

Long-term financial records

223

 3.2 Bonds, mortgages, trust agreements 1896-1920 

Box

LCIC. Mortgages, bond contracts, releases, related papers circa 1896-circa 1920 

224

Lewiston-Concord Bridge Co. Mortgages and releases circa 1898-circa 1912 

225

 3.3 Taxes 1897-1935 

Box

 1899-1906 

226

 1924-1927 

227

 1928-1931 

228

 1932-1935 

229

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 4 Property Disposal records 1896-1963 

General note

NOTE: Numbers for Land Contracts and Warranty Deeds are identical; for example, Deed 149 was issued for the completion of Contract 149.

 4.1 Land Contracts 1896-1963 

Box

1-499 1896-1899 

230

500-1199 1899-1903 

231

1200-1699 1903-1912 

232

1700-1849 1912-1915 

233

1850-2049 1915-1919 

234

2050-4099 1919-1921 

235

4100-4399 1921-1923 

236

4400-4674 1924-1931 

237

4675-4919 1931-1943 

238

4920-5028 1944-1963 

239

 4.2 Warranty Deeds 1899-1933 

Box

1-416 1899-1899 

240

417-909 1899-1901 

241

910-1424 1901-1907 

242

1425-1919 1908-1917 

243

1920-3042 1917-1928 

244

3044-4482 1924-1933 

245

Water rights circa 1910-circa 1930 

Scope and Contents note

Includes tabulated summary of all water rights sold ca.1930

Box
246
Folder
4.3

 4.4 Leases 1910-1949 

Box

LCIC, 1912-1916 1-249 

247

LCIC, 1917-1933 250-651; 1a-49a 

248

LCIC, 1933-1949 50a-267a 

249

Asotin Land and Water Company circa 1920-circa 1934 

249

 4.5 Price lists, rate tables, sales lists circa 1900-circa 1930 

Box

Price lists, property descriptions, rates tables circa 1898-circa 1930 

250

 4.6 Water Contracts 1900-1907 

Box

With Clarkston Water Works Company) 

251

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 5 Personnel and Payroll Records 1897-1943 

 5.1 Time sheets and payroll books 1897-1943 

Box

 1897-1905 

252

 1905-1907 

253

 1907-1913 

254

 1913-1915 

255

 1915-1921 

256

 1921-1927 

257

 1927-1931 

258

 1931-1935 

259

 1935-1940 

260

misc. 1940-1943 

261

 5.2 Accident reports circa 1901 

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 6 Technical Records 1897-1925 

 6.1 Field books 1896-1925 

Box

Field books 

262-264

 6.2 Engineering Department "Document File" 1900-1916 

Box

Circa 1900-circa 1916. No. 8000/1-8000/35 

265

Circa 1905-circa 1916. No. 9000/1-9000/26 

266

 6.3 Electric generating record 1903-1917   approx. 1000 items (sampled)

Box

 1903-1907 

267

 1911 

268

 1916 

269

 1916 

270

 6.4 Miscellaneous studies circa 1895-1915 

Scope and Contents note

Street railroad, oil and mineral, bridge and building construction.

Box

Miscellaneous technical studies, explorations, specifications 

271

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 7 Publicity 1897-1920 

Photographs circa 1898-circa 1914 

Scope and Contents note

Flume, reservoir, and water works

Cities, transportation, and industry

Residential buildings

Agriculture and horticulture

Panoramic scenes

Flower gardens

Fruit exhibitions

Box
272
Folder
7.1

 7.2 Printed Advertising 1896-1915 

Box

Advertising and printed matter circa 1898-circa 1915 

273

 7.3 Prizes, organizations, clubs circa 1900-circa 1925 

Scope and Contents note

Prizes, organizations, and clubs promoted by the company

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 8 Bound Volumes 1888-1946 

 8.1 Stock books 1888-1940 

Box

Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Company 1910 

274-281

Clarkston Irrigation Association 1901 

282-283

Lewiston Light Company, Limited 1896 

284

Grande Ronde Power Company 1916 

285-286

Asotin Water Works Company 1889 

287

 8.2 Fiscal records 1896-1946 

Box

Combination account books. Cashbook and Journal 1896-1899 

288

Cash blotters and other books of original entry, Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Co. 

Box

 1911 

289

 1911-1912 

290

 1912 

291

 1913 

292

 1914 

293

 1916 

294

 1914-1917 

295

 1916-1917 

296

 1916-1926 

297

 1927-1935 

298

 1935-1942 

299

 1936-1943 

300

 1937-1941 

301

 1942-1946 

302

Asotin Land and Water Co. 

Box

 1900-1920 

303

 1920-1936 

304

Lewiston Light Co., Ltd. 1896-1901 

305

Cash books 

Box

Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Co. 

S2

 1899-1900 

306

 1898-1900 

307

 1900-1902 

308

 1902-1904 

309

 1901-1905 

310

 1905-1906 

311

 1905-1906 

312

 1902-1906 [deaccessioned 2011] 

313

 1906-1907 

314

 1907-1914 [deaccessioned 2011] 

315

 1915-1922 

316

 1922-1928 

317

 1928-1937 

318

 1937-1943 

319

Lewiston-Concord Bridge Company 

S2

 1899-1901 

320

 1902-1906 

321

 1906-1910 

322

 1910-1912 

323

 1912-1914 

324

Clarkston Water Works Company 1902-1905 

325

Adams Building 1900-1902 

326

Journals (with voucher registers) 

Box

Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Co. 

S2

 1899-1904 

327

 1902-1906 

328

 1906-1911 

329

 1912-1918 

330

 1918-1921 

331

 1921-1926 

332

 1926-1931 

333

 1931-1936 

334

 1936-1940 

335

 1941-1944 

336

Lewiston-Concord Bridge Co. 1912-1913 

337

Clarkston Water Works Co. 1906 

338

Ledgers 

Box

Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Co. 

S2

 1896-1898 

339

 1897-1898 

340

 1899-1900 

341

 1903-1905 

342

 1903-1906 

343

 1911-1919 

344

 1911-1913 

345

 1917-1935 

346

 1921-1935 

347

 1926-1940 

348

 1940-1943 

349

Sub-Ledgers circa 1910-circa 1928 

350-355

Lewiston Light Co., Ltd. 

Box

 circa 1899 

356

 1896-1900 

357

Adams Building and Ranch 

Box

 circa 1896-circa 1900 

358

 circa 1900 

359

 circa 1901 

360

Trial Balances, Lewiston-Clarkston Imp. Co. 

Box

 1900-1909 

361

 1910-1911 

362

 1912-1915 

363

 1915-1919 

364

Treasurer's Accounts, Elbert Wheeler, Boston 

Box

 1897-1903 

365

 1904-1906 

366

 1906-1911 

367

 8.3 Land and water sales 1896-1940 

Box Folder

 

368-369 Lewiston-Clarkston Improvement Co.

Record of Land Contracts, , Land Register circa 1896-circa 1940 

Box

 1896-1907 

370

 1900-1905 

371

 1906-1911 

372

Tract Register undated 

373

Maintenance Fee Register, Tracts No. 

Box

1-763 (I) 

374

764-1247 

375

1248-1414 

376

1-763 (11) 

377

(with water sales) circa 1908-circa 1912 

378

Asotin Land and Water Co. Land Sales (with some ledger accounts) 

Box

 circa 1900-1912 

379

 circa 1920 

380

 8.4 Miscellaneous 1899-1928 

Box

Construction Record 1906 

381

Freight Record 1906-1911 

382

Foreman's order books 1912-1928 

383-387

Clarkston Water Works Co., Water sales circa 1905-1910 

388

Lewiston-Concord Bridge Co., Ticket sales and use 1899-1903 

389

 8.5 Scrapbooks circa 1928 

Box

Clippings re: railroad promotion 

390

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 9 Maps and Drawings circa 1895-circa 1930 

 9.1 Maps Oversize 

Box Folder

 

391-392 Maps (oversize)

 9.2 Drawings Oversize 

Box Folder

 

393-394 Drawings (oversize)

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