Guide to Manuscript Group 872, Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Corporation Records, 1902-1965

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Inventory updated by Steve Sullivan (2000), revised by James Amemasor (2020)

Scope and Content Notes:

The Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Corporation Records collection contains general correspondence, annual reports, inventories, ledgers, daily station reports, photographs and drawings, and spans the years 1902-1962. The collection also contain records of the Hudson Rapid Transit Corporation until its merger in 1962 with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.  A copy of a typed, item level description is available in the data file. It has not been reproduced here due to length.

Organizational History:

The Hudson and Manhattan Railroad, presently the Port Authority, was an electrically operated passenger railroad serving the Borough of Manhattan, New York and also the New Jersey cities of Jersey City, Hoboken, Harrison and Newark.

In 1906 the Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Corporation grew out of a merger between the Hudson Companies and four other railroad corporations: The New York and Jersey Railroad Company; Hoboken and Manhattan Railroad Company; Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Company, Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Company Number One.  The Hudson companies were to provide each of the above companies with a completed segment of the railroad to be paid for in the securities of the railroad corporations. Following this, the four railroad corporations were consolidated into the Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Corporation, which survived until the reorganization which became effective January 1, 1962.  By the end of 1906 all of the franchises and property rights were owned by the Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Corporation, and the Hudson companies held the contracts for the construction and equipping of the railroad and office buildings.

Construction of the Hudson Tunnels was started in 1878 and the project was abandoned
in 1880 after about 1,200 feet of tunnel had been built. In 1890 an English company resumed the work and after adding 1,800 feet of brick and masonry tunnel, they too failed. The project was revived in 1902 by William G. McAdoo and the first uptown tunnels were opened the following year.  The railroad began operation of its various sections between the dates of February 1908 and September 1910; extending its operation in 1911 to Manhattan Transfer and in 1937 to Market Street in beautiful, downtown Newark.

At the time of its court ordered reorganization in 1956 the Hudson and Manhattan had two terminals in Manhattan: the Hudson Terminal located at 30-50 Church Street and the 33rd Street Terminal at 33rd Street and 6th Avenue. The railroad owned approximately 7.9 miles of
double track main line railroad, all of which consisted of underground or under river tunnels.  It had also leased from the Pennsylvania Railroad approximately 6 mile of double track line from Penn Station, Newark to the west end of its tunnels.  Transfer connections were provided with the Pennsylvania and Earie Railroad in Jersey City, with the Delaware and Lackawanna Railroad in Hoboken, with the New York subway system at Hudson Terminal as well as along 6th Avenue at 14th Street, 23rd Street, and 33rd Street.  There were also stations at Christopher Street and 9th Street on the 33rd Street branch.

The Hudson and Manhattan had four single track tubes under the Hudson River, each approximately 6,000 feet long.  The tubes crossed the river from Exchange Place in Jersey City, connection with the Hudson Terminal on the east and extending to Journal Square on the west. The other two tubes crossed the river at Hoboken to Christopher Street, Manhattan, connecting with tunnels northeasterly and northerly to 33rd Street and 6thg Avenue. The railroad connected at Journal Square in Jersey City with the Pennsylvania Main Line near Newark.  The Hudson and Manhattan and the Pennsylvania Railroad operated a joint passenger service between Newark and Journal Square over this line and thence via Hudson and Manhattan tunnels to Hudson
Terminal. The cars used in this service were jointly owned by the two railroads.  The Pennsylvania Railroad also operated its own service between Newark and Jersey City over its own track.  At the Pennsylvania Railroad Jersey City terminal, Pennsylvania Railroad passengers could transfer to and from the Hudson and Manhattan at Exchange Place Station in Jersey City.

There are a number of reasons for the decline of the H&M between 1908 and 1954 when the company was declared bankrupt.  Bankruptcy and the reorganization proceeding resulted from the fact that the H&M would obviously be unable to meet its obligations of over $60 million on its bonds upon their maturity on February 1, 1957.

Some of the more important factors contributing to this condition as indicated by the court appointed trustee were the following:

1. Over capitalization of the H&M at the time of the original 1906 merger.  The funded debt was excessive in relation to the company’s physical properties.

 2.  Failure to replace or rehabilitate worn out or inefficient rolling stock and other equipment although funds had been set aside for this purpose.

 3. The sharp decline in passenger traffic, an experience similar to all commuter railroads at the time, from 113, 142,000 riders in 1927 to 31,400.000 in 1959.

 4. Tremendous increases in operating costs, particularly labor costs coupled with the inability to retain traffic and thereby increase revenues under fare increases.

 5. State and local taxes amounting to nearly $1 million a year.

 6. Failure to modernize the Hudson Terminal Buildings. This prevented the H&M from obtaining higher rentals for its office space.

At the time the reorganization petition was filed in 1954, the H&M’s funded debt was over $46 million.  All of which was due February 1, 1957.  Upon the filing of the petition in 1954, the court acquired exclusive jurisdiction of the debtor railroad and all its property.  Mr. Herman T. Stichman, the Trustee appointed by the court in the reorganization proceeding, submitted a proposed plan of reorganization on August 11, 1960 and by the court on April 21, 1960.

The Hudson Rapid Tubes Corporation was established as a result of the reorganization in Bankruptcy of the Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Corporation and took over all of the railway properties formerly held by the latter company at January 1, 1962.  It was owned entirely by the Hudson and Manhattan corporation which took over the Hudson Terminal buildings and other real estate buildings of the Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Corporation.  The Hudson Rapid Tubes Corporation subsequently merged with the Port of New Jersey and the Port of New York to form the Port Authority Trans-Hudson Corporation.

Provenance:

The Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Corporation Records collection was donated to the Society as a gift from the Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Corporation in1972.

Box Folder Description Date
1 1 Memoranda, Request for data on Passenger Estimates and Hudson Rapid Tubes Car Requirements 1962
1 2 Extracts of minutes of Hudson companies 1906-1912
1 3 Extracts from Minutes of Predecessor companies 1902-1905
1 4 Minutes of Board of Directors, Hudson Rapid Tubes Corporation 1961-1962
1 5 Hudson & Manhattan Corporation By-Laws
1 6 Organizational Charts, Hudson & Manhattan Company 1960
1 7 Press Releases July 1955
1 8 Press Releases 1956
1 9 Press Releases 1957
1 10 Press Releases 1958
1 11 Press Releases 1959
1 12 Press Releases 1960
1 13 Certificate, Board of Rapid Transit Railroad Commissioners for the City of New York to New York and Jersey Railroad Company, July 10 & 14, 1902. Inserted are two folded maps of the location of New York and New Jersey Railroad Company in the Borough of Manhattan May 2 & 5, 1902
1 14 Certificates, Board of Rapid Transit Railroad Commissioners for the City of New York …(1902-1906); with a folded fragile map of the routes adopted in the Borough of Manhattan 1903
1 15 Reports, Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Company’s First Lien and Refunding Mortgage to Trustees of Central Trust Company, New York

1947
2 1 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Co. Real Estate & Easements

 

1951-1953
2 2 Agreement between the Pennsylvania Railroad Company and Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Company

 

April 18, 1906
2 3 Supplemental Agreement between the Hudson and Manhattan Railway Company and the Pennsylvania Railroad Company

 

April 12, 1905
2 4 Agreement between Trinity Church and New York & Jersey Railroad Company

 

February 21, 1905
2 5 Communication from the Board of Transportation to the Board of Estimate and Appointment of the City of New York, Transmitting Six Proposed Agreements and Deeds relating to Acquisition of Property and Property rights Necessary for Construction of the Central Section of the Independent City-owned Rapid Transit Railroad in Six Avenue, Borough of Manhattan 1935
2 6 Agreements between the City of New York and Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Company 1935
2 7 Agreement of Lease between Hudson & Manhattan Corporation and Hudson Rapid Tubes Corporation December 29, 1961
2 8 Indenture, Hudson & Manhattan Corporation to Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company January 1, 1962
2 9 Real Estate Appraisals, Hudson Rapid Tubes Corporation April 1, 1965
2 10 Agreement between Manor Real Estate & Trust Company and Hudson & Manhattan Railway Company

 

June 14, 1905
2 11 Agreement between the Morris & Essex Railroad Company, the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Company, and Hoboken & Manhattan Railroad and New York and Jersey Company December 19, 1905
2 12 Agreement between the Pennsylvania Railroad Company and Hudson & Manhattan Railway Company June 14, 1904
2 13 Agreement between Trinity Church in New York City and New York and Jersey Railroad Company November 22, 1905
2 14 Extracts from contracts and miscellaneous materials 1906-1913
2 15 Agreement between John J. Duffy of New York and Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Company March 10, 1911
2 16 Agreement between Jersey City, Hoboken and Paterson Street Railway Company, North Jersey Street Railway Company and Public Service Corporation of New Jersey and Hoboken & Manhattan Railway Company … regarding Hoboken Terminal April 23, 1906
2 17 Indenture between the Erie Railroad Company and Long Dock Company, and the Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Company June 28, 1907
2 18 Supplemental Agreement between Morris & Essex Railroad Company … the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Company and Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Company re easements and rights of way May 28, 1909
2 19 Plan and Agreement for Readjustment of Debt, Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Company January 14, 1913
2 20 Plan Agreement, City of New York and Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Co. November 21, 1935.
2 21 Correspondence, Notes, building plot plans and easements 1964-1965
3 1 Hudson and Manhattan Annual Report 1912; 1931
3 2 Hudson and Manhattan Annual Report 1932; 1936
3 3 Hudson and Manhattan Annual Report 1939-1941
3 4 Hudson and Manhattan Annual Report 1943; 1946-47
4 1 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Company Tunnel Reports, including Proceedings of the Richmond Railway Club (1916)

 

1900-1960s

 

4 2 Report on Hudson Tubes and Railroad Drainage and Ventilation 1960s
4 3 Reports on Rapid Transit Car Specifications 1927-1956
4 4 Report on Proposed Integration of Commuter Services 1956
4 5 Report of Inspections of Black Cars Inspected by V. Hrubant 1964-1965
4 6 Inspection of Track and Roadbed Structure by G. P. Campbell; collection includes a brief bio of George A. Sargent, Chief Engineer of Ford, Bacon & Davies, Inc.
4 7 Report on the physical condition of the properties 1949
4 8 Report on Four Proposals for the Trans-Hudson Railroad Passenger Service for the Metropolitan Rapid Transit Survey December 14, 1956
4 9 Report on the Organizational Integration of the Hudson & Manhattan Company with the Port of New York Authority January 1961
4 10 Hudson and Manhattan Railroad Engineering Department Report December 1960
5 1 Report on Modernization and Rehabilitation Program 1960
5 2 Report on Modernization and Rehabilitation of the Signal System December 1961
5 3 Report: Present Value of the Railroad Properties of the Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Company March 1960
5 4 Questions Concerning Track Rehabilitation Program; Inspection of Track and Roadbed Tubes n.d.
5 5 Report on the Study of the Hudson and Manhattan Railroad 1960
5 6 New York Port Authority’s Study on condition and cost of rehabilitation 1960
5 7 Report on condition and cost of rehabilitation of Hudson Rapid Tubes 1960
5 8 Report by the Institute of Public Administration on Population Growth Projections 1960-1965
6 1 Hudson Rapid Tubes Condemnation 1964
6 2 Hudson Rapid Tubes Condemnation 1963
6 3 Petition for Reorganization of Hudson Rapid Tubes Corporation, United States District Court, Southern District of New York 1955-1959
6 4 Petition for Reorganization of Hudson Rapid Tubes Corporation, United States District Court, Southern District of New York 1960-1964
6 5 Trial Transcription of Interrogation of A. Davis Moore, U.S. Supreme Court, County of New York, re the Port Authority Trans-Hudson Corporation 1962
6 6 Hudson Tunnel Photos, mostly produced by Davis Studios of Jersey City, N.J. ca. 1930-1960s
6 7 Hudson Tunnel Photos, mostly produced by Davis Studios of Jersey City, N.J. ca. 1930-1960s
6 8 Hudson Tunnel Photos, mostly produced by Davis Studios of Jersey City, N.J. ca. 1930-1960s
7 1 Documents, correspondence regarding safety of tunnels 1915-1929
7 2 Correspondence regarding Signals, Interlocking Devices, etc. 1946-1951
7 3 Correspondence regarding Signals, Interlocking Devices, etc. 1947
7 4 Correspondence regarding Signals, Interlocking Devices, etc. 1952-1953
7 5 Correspondence regarding Signals, Interlocking Devices, etc. 1954
7 6 Correspondence regarding Signals, Interlocking Devices, etc. 1964-1965
7 7 Revised Manual of Instructions for Agents, Ticket Examiners and Gatemen June 26, 1944
7 8 Rules and Regulations for Employees of the Operating Department 1952
8 1 Tunnel Safety 1915-1929
8 2 Tunnel Safety 1930-1954
8 3 New Jersey Emergency Transportation Tax Act, Chapter 32 Laws 1961
9 1 Documents relating to Exchange Place Tunnel Derailment 1942-1946
9 2 Board of Public Utility Commission of New Jersey 1936-1947
9 3 Public Service Commission of New York 1937-1947
9 4 Slugs in Turnstiles 1955
9 5 Documents relating to Journal Square enlargements 1928-1933
9 6 Documents relating to discontinuance of train service by P.R.R. 1960-1961
9 7 Documents relating to the Pennsylvanian Railroad Company 1942-1948
9 8 Rate Case 1937
9 9 Documents relating to Metropolitan Transit Commission 1952-1959
9 10 Regulations to Govern the Destruction of Records of Electric Railway Companies May 1, 1913
10 1 Interstate Commerce Commission Regulations 1941-1945
10 2 Uniform System of Accounts for Electric Railways (photocopy) 1947
10 3 Schedule of Annual Indices for Carriers by Railroad 1914-1961
10 4 Interstate Commerce Commission Rules and Regulations for Inspection and Testing Multiple Unit Equipment
10 5 Interstate Commerce Commission Rules and Regulations for Inspection and Testing Multiple Unit Equipment
10 6 Hudson Tubes Railroad Track and Signal Equipment Records 1964-1968
10 7 Newspaper clippings (1957; 1965) and tickets
11 1 Hudson & Manhattan Railway Co. “Journals” (with gaps) 1902-106
11 2 Hudson & Manhattan Railway Co. Construction Fund “Journal” 1909-1910
11 3 Hudson Improvement Company Summary of General Journal Entries 1903-1906
11 4 Hudson & Manhattan Railway Co. Construction Fund “Ledger” 1909
11 5 Hudson & Manhattan Railway Co. Construction Fund “Ledger;” Hoboken & Manhattan Railroad Co. Consolidated Account (November-December 1906) 1902-1906
11 6 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Trial Balances Analysis of Accounts 1906-1907
11 7 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Trial Balances Analysis of Accounts 1909-1914
12 1 Estimated Cost of Railroad and Other Property Based on Prices of 1914, and of March 1923, Excluding the Penn R.R. Property West of Bridge 1-1/2 July 16, 1923
12 2 Cost of Erie Station Passageway & Concourse; Notes on Mr. Hilt’s Report April 7, 1925
12 3 Memorandum of Original Cost of Properties of the Hudson Tunnel System February 16, 1932
12 4 Cash Cost of Hudson & Manhattan R.R. Property December 31, 1945
12 5 Statement Showing Cash of Property by Primary Accounts December 31, 1950
12 6 Original Cost of Railroad Property 1962
12 7 H&M Invoice Costs 1960-1962
12 8 Henderson Street Car Shops Electrical Cost Data; Jersey City Substation (No. 2) Cost Summary; Christopher Street (No. 1) Cost Summary 1960s
12 9 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Unit Cost Development 1962
12 10 Hudson Rapid Tubes Corporation Miscellaneous Data Mainly from Sullivan & Cromwell (Original Cost Records) 1964
12 11 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Company Valuation to December 31, 1950 March 21, 1952
12 12 Memos regarding 1960 Reports Valuation of H&M 1965
12 13 Valuation of H&M R.R. Company; Exhibits by Path Witnesses 1956-1962
12 14 Ford, Bacon & Davis Valuation of H&M Railroad Company 1962
12 15 Papers on Valuation of H&M Railroad Company 1962
12 16 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad and Pennsylvania Railroad Rapid Transit Line, Newark to Cortland Street Terminus, Estimate of Value of Property as of March 1923 July 16, 1923
13 1 Report on Valuation of Hudson & Manhattan Company Property June 25, 1962
13 2 Hudson & Manhattan Company Summary of Tunnel Costs 1962
13 3 Hudson & Manhattan Company Final Summary of Tunnel Costs 1965
13 4 Four related pamphlets about the Hudson Rapid Tubes Corporation Estimated Reproduction Cost prepared by Ford, Bacon & Davis Engineers September 1962
13 5 Report on Rehabilitation of Hudson & Manhattan R.R. Company November 1962
13 6 Hudson & Manhattan Company Liquidation Value ca. 1962
13 7 Hudson Rapid Tubes Corporation Memos on Reproduction Cost 1964-1965
13 8 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Power Bills – Traction 1961-1962
13 9 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Henderson Station General Construction Quantity Surveys (4) 1910; 1915; 1951
13 10 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad General Buildings Miscellaneous Cost Data 1962
13 11 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Henderson Station General Construction Inspection Quantity Survey 1910
13 12 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Henderson Street Shops Structural Steel 1915
13 13 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Jersey City Power Plant General Construction Quantity Survey 1965
13 14 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Christopher Station General Construction Survey 1965
13 15 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad summaries of construction works 1951-1962
14 1 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Duct Sheets – Tunnels A-E n.d.
14 2 Duct Sheets – Tunnels F-G; J-K; Y; Duct Vaults;

Routing of Cables as Determined from Duck Books; Inventory Account Distribution System

1960s
14 3 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Inventories of communication system, signals and interlockers 1960s
15 1 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Company Substations Power Plant Equipment Field Inventories and Transmission and distribution systems 1964-1965
15 2 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Company Physical Inventory 1960
16 1 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Company Changes in Rates of Wages During Twelve Months Ended June 30, 1938 June 1930
16 2 Labor Rates 1962
16 3 Hudson Terminal Substation 30 Church Street, New York City Material and Labor Costs n.d.
16 4 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Company Substation No. 2, Jersey City Daily Diary of Station Operations 1958
16 5 Substation No. 2, Jersey City Daily Diary of Station Operations 1959
16 6 Substation No. 3, Hudson Terminal Daily Diary of Station Operations 1959
16 7 Substation No. 3, Hudson Terminal Daily Diary of Station Operations 1960
16 8 Substation No. 3, Hudson Terminal Daily Diary of Station Operations 1961
16 9 Substation No. 3, Hudson Terminal Daily Diary of Station Operations 1962
17 1 Substation No. 1, Christopher Street Daily Diary of Station Operations 1958
17 2 Substation No. 1, Christopher Street Daily Diary of Station Operations 1959
17 3 Substation No. 1, Christopher Street Daily Diary of Station Operations 1960
17 4 Substation No. 1, Christopher Street Daily Diary of Station Operations 1962
17 5 Substation No. 2, Jersey City Daily Diary of Station Operations 1960
17 6 Substation No. 2, Jersey City Daily Diary of Station Operations 1961
18 1 Statistics on Passengers Carried 1930-1962
18 2 Inquiries based on Passengers Carried in out of New York City 1941-1949
18 3 Analyses of Hudson Rapid Tubes Station Diaries 1958-1962
19 1 Substation No. 2, Jersey City Daily Diary of Station Operations January-August 1962
19 2 Substation No. 1, Christopher St. Daily Diary of Station Operations 1961
20 1 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Company (and Successors) Passengers Carried 1911-1962
20 2 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Company RCNLD Track Structure Working Papers 1911-1960s
20 3 Memorandum Regarding Maintenance of Stability and Integrity of the Underground Structures of Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Company October 1942
20 4 City of New York Board of Transportation Accounting Department Preliminary Report of Passenger Revenue 1952
20 5 Substation No. 1 – Christopher St., Megger Tests on Feeders
20 5 Substation No. 2 – Jersey City, Megger Tests on Feeders 1957-1962
20 6 Substation No. 3 – Hudson Terminal, Megger Tests on Feeders 1957-1962
21 1 Hudson Rapids Tubes Corporation cars inspection and repairs 1960-1961
21 2 H & M Railroad Company General Inspection Cards 1962
21 3 H & M Railroad Company Car Repair Detail Slips January 1959
21 4 H & M Railroad Company Car Mileage Records 1962
21 5 Deferred maintenance of tracks, tunnels, passenger trucks, etc. August 31, 1962
21 6 H & M Railroad Company Repair Records: Grey Cars 1962
21 7 Data Developed in Connection with the Final Settlement of a Court Case 1962-1968
22 1 Unusual Occurrences Received from Transportation Department 1961-1962
23 1 Financial and Cost Data on Early Operations/Constructions from Various Sources 1900s-1960s
23 2 New York & Jersey Railroad Company Records 1903-1908
23 3 Analysis of Old Fixed Capital Dec. 31, 1908
23 4 New Capital Additions and Retirements (Ways and Structures Accounts) 1913-1962
23 5 Hudson Rapids Tubes Company Summary of Old Fixed Capital 1902-1909; 1962
23 6 Financial Statements 1908-1912
23 7 Operating Revenues, Operating Expenses and Operating Income 1943-1962
23 8 Hudson Rapids Tubes Company Financial Statements, Exhibits, Working Papers, etc. 1960s
23 9 Men and Money Reports 1948-1953
23 10 Comparative Statement of Income Earned Surplus 1954-1961
24 1 Constructive Statement of Net Income and Cash Flow 1957-1961
24 2 Adjustment to Net Income Statements 1957-1962
24 3 Capitalized Future Operating Losses 1958-1962
24 4 Financial and Operating Statements 1961-1962
24 5 Financial Projections 1961-1965
24 6 Minutes, Memos, Reproduction Costs, etc. 1962
24 7 Properties Acquired by Predecessor Companies and their Construction Contracts 1902-1909
24 8 Purchase of Easement in Gimbel Building, Minutes, etc. 1909-1950
24 9 Properties Acquired from Predecessor Companies and their Construction Contracts by Accounts 1908-1962
24 10 Classifications of Construction, Equipment, and Operating Accounts 1909; 1911
24 11 Henderson St. Jersey City General Construction Unit Prices 1910-1915
24 12 Summary of Expenditures 1909-1937
24 13 Cost of Constructions to December 31, 1948 1948
24 14 Two Lists of A.F.E. Showing Various Additions to Replacement on the Railroad 1921-1958
24 15 H & M Railroad (New York) Construction Trends 1913-1962
24 16 Cost of Hudson Terminal Buildings 1905-1908
24 17 Miscellaneous Comparisons – Summary of Original Costs 1902-1909
24 18 Original Costs Memos 1906-1908
25 1 H & M Corporation Railway Properties: Original Cost by Years 1902-1962
25 2 H & M Rapid Tubes Corporation; Cost Trending Working Papers; Indices and Multipliers, Tunnel Cost, Labor Costs, etc. 1902-1962
25 3 Trended Original Costs 1910-1962
25 4 Cost Indices Applicable to Railroad Property 1910-1914; 1962
25 5 Direct Cost of Property to January 31, 1913 1927-1913
25 6 Schedule of Cash Cost of Properties to January 31, 1913 1920-1913
25 7 Working Papers by Patterson, Toale and Dennis – Cash Cost of Property to January 31, 1913
25 8 Cost of Property Extensions to February 28, 1913 1913
26 1 Port Authority Trans-Hudson Corporation Rehabilitation of Parapets Sub-Station No. 1, Christopher and Greenwich Streets August 1963
26 2 Port Authority Trans-Hudson Corporation Rehabilitation Henderson Street Cars Shop Exterior Masonry Repairs and Waterproofing October 1963
26 3 Port Authority Trans-Hudson Corporation Rehabilitation Henderson Street Cars Shop Repairs to Roofing May 1963
26 4 Port Authority Trans-Hudson Corporation Henderson Street Car Yard Rehabilitation, Regrade Track and Replace Power Rail Protection Board June 1963
26 5 Port Authority Trans-Hudson Corporation Certificate of Final Completion of Contracts June 1965
26 6 Port Authority Trans-Hudson Corporation Certificate of Entire Amount of Compensation Earned Under Contract re Henderson Car Shop-Crane Repairs December 27, 1965
26 7 Port Authority Official Statement re $25,000,000 Consolidated Bonds December 12, 1965
27 1 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Company Daily Report of Passengers by Stations 1948-1950
28 1 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Company Daily Report of Passengers by Stations 1951-1952
29 1 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Company Daily Report of Passengers by Stations 1953-1954
30 1 Hudson & Manhattan Railroad Company Daily Report of Passengers by Stations 1955-June 1956

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