Alabama Barge and Coal Company

Alabama Barge and Coal Company
Item# 4065
$45.00


The Alabama Barge and Coal Company was incorporated on April 23, 1902 in Connecticut, with $3,000,000 in capital. The company was formed to transport passengers and freight via vessels and railroad cars, as well as acquire mining interests in Alabama and surrounding areas.

Incorporators included James J. Lawton, S. Harrison Wagner, Richard W. Meigs, Harrison G. Wagner, and Clarence G. Spalding of New Haven, as well as ex-Governer Thomas M. Waller of New London.


Certificate: Capital Stock, unissued/uncanceled, early 1900s

Printer: Not indicated

Dimensions: 9 (h) x 10 3/4 (w)

State: AL-Alabama | CT-Connecticut

Subject Matter: Maritime and Related | Mining and Related | Mining-Alabama | Coal Companies

Vignette Topic(s): Ship Featured | Wharf Scene

Condition: No fold lines or cancels, some toning and edge faults from age.





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