Grand Trunk Railway Collection
Scope and Content
Materials in the collection deal with the lawsuit brought against the Grand Trunk Railway following a fire on June 17, 1862, in the village of Norton Mills. Claimants alleged the fire, which destroyed a saw-mill and damaged other properties, was started by sparks from the railway's engine. The Collection, arranged chronogically, contains legal papers, correspondence, and memoranda pertaining to the Grand Trunk Company's legal defense.
- Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada (Organization)
Collection is open for research.
All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Curator of Manuscripts.
0.2 Linear Feet (One box)
Language of Materials
Materials in the collection deal with the lawsuit brought against the Grand Trunk Railway following a fire on June 17, 1862, in the village of Norton Mills.
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- Guide to the Grand Trunk Railway Collection, 1862-1968 mss.108
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