William Milnor Roberts Papers, 1828-1959  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Roberts, W. Milnor-(William Milnor), 1810-1881
Title
William Milnor Roberts Papers
Dates
1828-1959
Quantity
3.8 linear feet
Collection Number
Collection 783, MtBC, us (collection)
Summary
The William Milnor Roberts Papers consist of autobiographical and biographical sketches, personal and professional correspondence, diaries, travel logs, manuscript reports, printed materials, and photographs all pertaining to Roberts' professional life as an engineer. Places to which the materials relate include Pennsylvania, Montana Territory, and Brazil. Activities of Roberts that are particularly strongly recorded are his surveys of routes for the Northern Pacific Railway from 1869 through the 1870s and his work for the government of Brazil from 1857-1865 and 1879-1881. Photographs include portraits of Roberts and watercolor paintings of Brazil during the 1870s.
Repository
Montana State University Library, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections
Montana State University-Bozeman Library
Merrill G Burlingame Special Collections
P.O. Box 173320
Bozeman, MT
59717-3320
Telephone: 406-994-4242
Fax: 406-994-2851
spcoll@www.lib.montana.edu
Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

William Milnor Roberts (1810-1881) was a Pennsylvania-born civil engineer. He began his career in 1825 on the Union Canal of Pennsylvania and by 1830 had gone on to railroad construction work. From 1835 to 1857, Roberts was engaged as chief engineer for various projects in Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania, and Canada, serving as chief of one company while, at the same time, consulting for several others. From 1857 to 1865 he was in charge of the building of the Don Pedro Railway in Brazil. After his return to the United States Roberts was engaged on important hydraulic and railroad works, such as the improvement of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers, the construction of the St. Louis Bridge, the water supplies of Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, and construction of a railroad in Nova Scotia. In 1869 he made the reconnaissance for a route to the Northern Pacific Railroad which included the route through Montana. His report published by Jay Cooke served as the basis for financing the construction of the line to the Pacific coast and he served as chief engineer for the Northern Pacific Railroad from 1870 to 1879. In 1874 President Grant appointed him on a commission of five engineers to examine the mouths of the great delta rivers of Europe in order to recommend treatment of the Mississippi delta. In 1879 Roberts accepted an appointment to direct the improvement of the harbors and rivers of Brazil. He married twice, first to Annie Gibson of Pennsylvania in 1837 with whom he had six children before her death in 1857, and to Adeline DeBeelen of Pittsburgh in 1868 with whom he had four children. He was a member of the American Society of Engineers, the Institution of Civil Engineers, and the American Geographical Society. William Milnor Roberts died of typhoid fever in Soledad, Brazil, July 14, 1881. In 1923 the engineering building on the Montana State College campus was named in his honor.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The papers consist of autobiographical and biographical sketches, personal and professional correspondence, diaries, travel logs, manuscript reports, printed materials, and photographs all pertaining to Roberts' professional life as an engineer. Places to which the materials relate include Pennsylvania, Montana Territory, and Brazil. Activities of Roberts that are particularly strongly recorded are his surveys of routes for the Northern Pacific Railway from 1869 through the 1870s and his work for the government of Brazil from 1857-1865 and 1879-1881. Photographs include portraits of Roberts and watercolor paintings of Brazil during the 1870s.

NEW: Scanned images of selected documents are now available in Series 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, and 7. Look for the bold type in folder title headings for the links.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series 1:  Biographical material, 1857-1923Return to Top

Manuscripts, legal documents, notes and clippings pertaining to the life of William Milnor Roberts. Included are: four manuscript autobiographies written by Roberts between 1857 and 1874; biographical essays prepared by his sons, Milnor and Thomas; genealogical notes; legal account of the Roberts estate in 1881; applications for membership in professional societies requiring vita information submitted by Roberts.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1 1859
1/2 circa 1866
1/3
Autobiography
circa 1871
1/4
Autobiography
circa 1874
1/5
Autobiographical fragments
1/6
Biography, no author
1915
1/7
Biography by T. P. Roberts
(draft)
1923
1/8
Biography by T. P. Roberts
(final)
1923
1/9
Biography, National Cyclopedia of American Biography
1940
1/10
Biography, History of the NPRR by E. W. Smalley
1883
1/11
Reminiscence by W. B. Roberts
1907
1/12 as of 1857
1/13
1/14
WMR estate account
1881
1/15
American Society of Civil Engineers obituary
1881
1/16
Dedication of Roberts Hall, MUS campus
1923
1/17
Genealogy notes

Series 2:  Correspondence, 1828-1959Return to Top

Professional and letters written or received by William Milnor Roberts or his son, Milnor Roberts. Writers include many people associated with the engineering projects in which Roberts was engaged. Of particular note are: letters written by Roberts to his wife, Adeline, during his 1869 reconnaissance of the Northern Pacific Railroad route through Washington, Idaho, and Montana; a file of letters on engineering matters written to Henry S. Drinker; letters pertaining to Roberts' work in Brazil during both of his visits there. Letterpress copies of Roberts's outgoing correspondence were separated from the volumes prior to their donation to MSU. The damaged volumes, which contain indices to the letters, have been retained with the letters in this series. The letters have been chronologically arranged.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
2/1 1828-1860
2/2 1863-1868
2/3
1869
2/4
1870-1871
2/5
1872-1874
2/6
1875
2/7
1876
2/8
Henry S. Drinker letters
1876
2/9
1877
2/10
1878
2/11
1879-1880
2/12
January 1881-July 1881
2/13
August 1881
2/14
1908-1939
2/15
1949-1959
2/16
Fragments
2/17
Envelopes
2/18
Index to letterpress book
1873-1875
2/19
Index to letterpress book
1874-1875
2/20
Index to letterpress book
undated

Series 3:  Diaries, travel logs, and notes, 1829-1881Return to Top

Personal diaries, travel logs and engineering notes compiled by William Milnor Roberts throughout the latter part of his adult life. Some volumes are personal diaries, recording Roberts' daily activities and impressions of people, places, and events. Other logs and notes are more professionally oriented, recording Roberts' observations of landscapes, geographic features, and engineering problems. Occasionally the personal and professional writings overlap, and both were likely used by Roberts to compile his lengthy written reports and essays in Series 4. The journals document Roberts's travels in the western United States (especially the northwest), Europe, and Brazil. Notes in box 5, folders 6-9 are either unidentified or memoranda Roberts recorded from his readings.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
3/1
Commonplace Book; Field Book
1829; 1833
3/2 May 31-July 12, 1859
3/3 June 4-June 16, 1865
3/4 June 17-July 22, 1865
3/5 July 23-September 11, 1865
3/6
Notes from Omaha to San Francisco
June 15-June 25, 1869
3/7
Notes from Sacramento to Chico
June 29, 1869
3/8
Notes from Yreka to Portland
July 1, 1869
3/9
Notes from Portland to Olympia
July 7, 1869
3/10
Notes on Columbia River
July 14, 1869
3/11
Journal from Wallula to Walla Walla
July 16, 1869
3/12
Journal from Lake Pend Oreville and memos
July 20-July 28, 1869
3/13
Journal from Lake Pend Oreville and along Clarke's Fork of the Columbia River
July 30, 1869
3/14
Journal from Lake Pend Oreville and along Clarke's Fork of the Columbia River
August 3, 1869
3/15
Memos of reconnaissance along Clark's Fork of the Columbia in
1869
3/16
Journal beginning with Camp Number 16 on Jack River
August 8, 1869
3/17
Continuation of above
to August 16, 1869
3/18
Journal from Helena to Fort Benton
August 18, 1869
3/19
Journal at Bozeman starting for Virginia City
September 1, 1869
3/20
Notes from Corinne to Omaha
September 1869
3/21
Diary
January 4, 1871
3/22
Memos of trip from Portland to North of Pumphrey's
March 20, 1871
3/23
Puget Sound journal
May 4, 1871
3/24
Journal of journey across the plains from Portland to Kelton
May 22, 1871
3/25
Continuation of above
May 24, 1871
3/26
Continuation of above
May 27, 1871
3/27
Journal of a reconnaissance from Helena over the Rocky Mountains via 10 Mile and a branch of the Little Blackfoot
August 8, 1871
3/28
Notes from Helena to Blackrock
August 17, 1871
3/29
Journal, Corinne to Ogden
August 21, 1871
4/1
Journal of a reconnaissance from Helena to near Pompey's Pillar in the Yellowstone Valley and Return
October 30-November 4, 1871
4/2
Journal of a reconnaissance from Helena to near Pompey's Pillar in the Yellowstone Valley and Return
November 5-November 7, 1871
4/3
Journal of a reconnaissance from Helena to near Pompey's Pillar in the Yellowstone Valley and Return
November 8-November 11, 1871
4/4
Journal of a reconnaissance from Helena to near Pompey's Pillar in the Yellowstone Valley and Return
November 12-November 20, 1871
4/5
Data on Montana survey
1871
4/6
Rules for Montana survey
1871
4/7
Notes of reconnaissance from Fargo to Edmonton and return
July 6, 1872
4/8
Montreal bridge notes
1872
4/9
European travel log
August 29-September 9, 1874
4/10
European travel log
September 9-September 16, 1874
4/11
European travel log
September 16-September 26, 1874
4/12
European travel log
eptember 23-September 30, 1874
4/13
European travel log
September 30-October 6, 1874
4/14
European travel log
October 6- October 12, 1874
4/15
European travel log
October 13-October 19, 1874
4/16
European travel log
October 1925
4/17
European travel log
October 28-October 30, 1874
4/18
Memoranda concerning certain works at rivers and harbors in Europe and in Egypt in September and October
September 5, 1874
4/19
Mississippi River Journal
November 27, 1874
4/20
Mississippi River Journal, SW Pass
December 2, 1874
4/21
Mississippi River Journal, Beginning at Pilot Town
1874 December 7
4/22
Notes from New Orleans to New York
December 18-December 21, 1874
4/23
SW Pass notes
1874
4/24
Diary/travel log of Washington Territory
1878
4/25
Survey memos of Washington Territory
1878
4/26
Diary
1879
4/27 August 12, 1879
4/28
Diaries, Volume 1, Volume 2
1879 August 21 - 1879 November 7
4/29
Diaries, Volume 3, Volume 4
November 8-December 7, 1879
5/1
Diaries
December 8, 1879-January 14, 1880
5/2
Diaries
January 17-December 31, 1880
5/3
Notes
January 11-April 9, 1881
5/4
Diaries
January 1-July 3, 1881
5/5
Brazilian address book
5/6
"Notes on profile by E. F. Johnson
5/7
"Notes from report by W. F. Raynolds"
5/8
"Notes on the mouth of the Columbia"
5/9
Unidentified notes

Series 4:  Credentials and legal documents, 1854-1927Return to Top

Membership certificates, professional credentials, and legal documents pertaining to William Milnor Roberts or his son, Milnor Roberts. Included are testimonial letters written by former employers and professional colleagues prior to Roberts departure for Brazil in 1857. Oversize documents have been removed to Box 8, folder 4

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
5/10 1854-1857
5/11
1868-1874
5/12
1875-1881
5/13
1889-1927

Series 5:  Reports, 1862-1881Return to Top

Manuscript reports, and report drafts, prepared by William Milnor Roberts regarding the various engineering projects on which he worked. Many of the reports were later published in booklet and pamphlet form and have been retained in Series 5, printed materials. The reports in this series cover every major engineering project on which Roberts worked during the latter portion of his career, including those in Brazil and those undertaken for the Northern Pacific Railroad. Also included are essays of a general nature Roberts wrote on various topics, such as life in Brazil, the nature of gravity and American government. The essays have been arranged chronologically for those with a verifiable date. Reports that cannot be dated have been arranged alphabetically following the others. Oversize maps, as well as one large letterpress book containing reports, have been stored in Box 8.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
6/1 1862
6/2 1864
6/3-6
Description of railroad from Atlantic to the Pacific
1869
6/7
Illinois and St. Louis Bridge
June 13, 1870
6/8
Earthquakes and other phenomena
April 1872
6/9-10
Discussion relating to the improvement of the mouths of large rivers
March-April 1874
6/11
Beginning of important paper (operations of Nature)
May 11, 1874
6/12
Original report to Messers W. H. Irwin, W. S. Wilson, and others on coal in south western Kentucky
July 31, 1874
6/13
Proposed harbor at Guy end of canal
December 1874
6/14
Notes on mud
December 1874
6/15
South Pass jetties
January 1875
6/16
What fills interstellar space?
November 1875
6/17
Gravity - its relation to engineering and to all things
1876 October 12
6/18
Egypt, the pyramids, etc.
1877
6/19
Pressure of water at great depths
February 12, 1878
6/20
The first railroad in the U.S.
September 1878
6/21
Northern Pacific Railroad Report
October 1878
6/22
Northern Pacific Railroad surveys for the branch from Tacoma across the Cascade range
October 28, 1878
6/23
Civil Engineering
1878
6/24
Report from W.M. Roberts to His Excellency Joao Lins Vierra Camansaode Sinimbu, Presidente do Comelho (water works of Rio de Janeiro)
March 20, 1879
6/25 1879
6/26 1879
6/27
Comparison of the Panama proposed level ship canal and the Suez canal
1880 April 4
6/28 1880 May 31
6/29 May 31, 1880
7/1
Essay on the mobility and incompressibility of water
June 27, 1880
7/2
Egypt-the Khedive in 1874
July 25, 1880
7/3
A visit to the pyramids
1880
7/4
A study of gravity
July 1880
7/5
An article on points relating to the "Three Americas Railway"
August 5, 1880
7/6
Criticism on "Theory in regard to earthquakes"
September 18, 1880
7/7
Gravity
October 1880
7/8
Maranhao
December 7, 1880
7/9
Maranhao
[1880]
7/10
Ceara
[1880]
7/11
The city and port of Aracaju
[1880]
7/12
Aracaju river investigation
1881
7/13
Memos from the Depths of the Sea
January 1881
7/14 March 28, 1881
7/15
Report upon the ports of Victoria, Nenevente, Piuma, and Itapemirim, draft
May 1881
7/16
Same as above
June 25, 1881
7/17
Puerto de Caravellas
June 28, 1881
7/18
Arapapahy Canal
7/19
Characteristics of some of the great rivers
7/20
Circulation of air and water, second study
7/21
The Danube
7/22
Danube sediment report
7/23
The Florida Ship canal
7/24
Narrow gauge railroad and the American gauge
7/25
7/26
The Revolving ball
7/27
Santos harbor report
7/28
7/29
South Pass discussion
7/30
7/31
Study of two of Professor Tyndall's ideas
7/32
Study of the experience at the Sulina Mouth of the Danube - views of the English engineers
7/33-34
Study of the mouth of the Mississippi-its proposed improvement
7/35
A study-the United States

Series 6:  Printed material, 1836-1923Return to Top

Newspaper clippings, books, and printed reports created or collected by William Milnor Roberts. Newspaper clippings include entire issues of American and Brazilian newspapers that contain articles dealing with either engineering projects or Roberts family matters. Clippings from unidentified newspapers have been sorted by topics. Printed reports make up the bulk of this series and are almost entirely written by Roberts. They have been arranged chronologically and listed with their full titles in this inventory. Printed ephemera, such as broadsides, business cards, and menus, are also included.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
8/1
American newspapers
8/2
American newspapers
8/3
Brazilian newspapers
8/4
Oversize credentials from Series 4
8/5
Oversize maps from Series 5
Box
8
Letterpress book with reports on Suez Canal and Santos from series 5
Box/Folder
9/1
American Society of Civil Engineers clippings
9/2
Brazil clippings
9/3
Miscellaneous railroad clippings
9/4
Mississippi River clippings
9/5
Northern Pacific Railway clippings
9/6
Ohio River navigation clippings
9/7
Personal interest clippings
9/8
Personal interest clippings
9/9
Philadelphia water supply clippings
9/10
Pittsburgh water supply clippings
9/11
St. Louis bridge clippings
9/12
Western travel clippings
9/13
Western travel clippings
9/14
NPRR brochures
1873
9/15
NPRR brochures, twentieth century
9/16
Railway and Marine News Volume XXII, Number 1
January 1924
9/17
Montana Engineer, Volume IV, Number 1
November 1938
9/18
Bulletin of the American Geographical Society
1873-1874
9/19
Ephemera
9/20
Ephemera
9/21
Reports
1835-1936
Report of W.M. Roberts, Engineer of Harrisburg and Lancaster Railroad
1835
Report of W.M. Roberts, Chief Engineer of Cumberland Valley Railroad Company
1835
S.W. Roberts account of Allegheny Portage Railroad
1836
Report Chief Engineer to President and Directors of Harrisburg and Lancaster Railroad
1836
Report of W.M. Roberts on Surveys for the Harrisburg Waterworks or Water Power
1836
9/22
Reports
1837-1848
1837
1837
2nd Annual Report of W.M. Roberts, Chief Engineer of Harrisburg and Lancaster Railroad
1837
Report of Superintendent of Harrisburg and Lancaster Railroad
1838
3rd Annual Report of W.M. Roberts, Chief Engineer, Harrisburg and Lancaster Railroad
1838
Report of W.M. Roberts on Survey to avoid Schuylkill Inclined Plane on the Philadelphia and Columbia Railroad
1848
9/23
Report, Sao Francisco River
1880
Box
10-11
Printed reports
Box
10
Report on Preliminary Surveys for Bellefontaine and Indiana Railroad
1850
10
2nd Annual Report of Directors of Bellefontaine and Indiana Railroad
1852
10
Report on Surveys of Allegheny Valley Railroad
1853
10
Exhibit of Allegheny Valley Railroad
1853
10
Improvement of the Ohio River
1856
10
Proposed Improvement of the Ohio River
1857
10 1863
10
Annual Report of Managers of Union Canal Co. of Pennsylvania to Stockholders
1863
10
Present State and Prospects of North Missouri Railroad
1866
10
Report of W.M. Roberts, Consulting Engineer, to the President and Managers of Erie Canal Co. of Pennsylvania
1868
10
Preliminary Report with reference to Extension of New Pittsburgh Water Works
1869
10
Illinois and St. Louis Bridge Co., Report of Chief Engineer
1869
10
Special Report of Reconnaissance of Route for Northern Pacific Railroad between Lake Superior and Puget Sound via the Columbia River
1869
10
Report of W.M. Roberts on the Ohio River and North Pacific Railroad
1871
10
Northern Pacific Railroad. The Yellowstone Valley
1871
10
Northern Pacific Railroad. Surveys and Explorations.
1871
10
Northern Pacific Railroad; Its Route, Resources, Progress, and Business
1871?
10
American Society of Civil Engineers Proceedings and Transactions of 4th Annual Convention, Chicago, June 5 and 6, 1872
1872
10
History of Monogahela Navigation Co.
1873
10
Report of Chief Engineer on unfinished portion of Northern Pacific Railroad
1874
10
General Orders No. 74, War Department, Washington
July 2, 1874
10
Report of W.M. Roberts on the New Water Works of the City of Pittsburgh
1874
10
Mouths of the Mississippi. Correspondence etc.
1874-1875
10
Report of a Reconnaissance of the Missouri River in 1872
1875
10
Report on the Water Supply for the City of Philadelphia by a Commission of Engineers appointed by the mayor
55 pages
1875
10
Report on the Water Supply for the City of Philadelphia by a Commission of Engineers appointed by the mayor
143 pages
1875
10
Notes on the Improvement of the Mouth of the Mississippi. A paper by W.M. Roberts to the American Society of Civil Engineers
October 21, 1875
10
Final Proceedings of Advisory Committee of Engineers convened by J.B. Eads to consider plans for the improvement of the Mouth of the Mississippi
1875
10
Transactions of American Society of Civil Engineers, Second Series No. 26, Transactions Vol. IV. Proceedings Vol. I, Dec. 1875
1875
10
Report of Board of Engineers and Correspondence relating to the Improvement of the Mouth of the Mississippi River by Jetties
1875
10
Carpenters' Hall and its Historic Memories
1876
10
Report on Four Thousand Acres of Coal, Iron Ore, and Timber Lands on the Allegheny Mountains
1876
10
Journal of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Transactions Volume V, Proceedings Volume II, February 1876
1876
10
List of Members of the American Society of Civil Engineers
1876
10
Published letter to the American Society of Civil Engineers from W.M. Roberts, Chair, subcommittee on finance for the Centennial Commission
1876
10
The Institution of Civil Engineers; Charter, By-Laws, and Regulations
1876
10
List of Members. Institution of Civil Engineers
1877
10
Report on Hart Creek Sewer
1877
10
Report of the President and Directors, Northern Pacific Railroad Company Annual Meeting
1877 September 26
10
Engineer's Facts and Reasons for Locating the Northern Pacific Railroad upon the selected line west of the Rocky Mountains
1877
10
American Society of Civil Engineers. Ballot list for officers of the Society 1877-1878
1877-1878
10
American Society of Civil Engineers. Ballot list for officers for the year beginning November 1878
1878
10
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society Officers, Committee, Members, Constitution and By-laws
1878
10
Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Transactions Volume VII, Proceedings Volume IV, April 1878
1878
10
Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Transactions Volume VII, Proceedings Volume IV, August 1878
1878
10
Reminiscences and Experiences of Early Engineers. Operations on Railroads with Special Reference to Steep Inclines. Paper by W.M. Roberts included in Transactions above.
1878
10
Extracts from By-Laws, Institution of Civil Enginers (also application for student membership 188-)
1878
10
The Benevolent Fund of the Institution of Civil Engineers. Report of Proceedings at 14th Annual General meeting
1878
10
American Society of Civil Engineers. Constitution and By-Laws
1879
10
Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Transactions Volume VIII. Proceedings Volume V, January 1979
1879
10
Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers. Transactions Volume VIII. Proceedings Volume V, March 1979
1879
10
List of Members. Institution of Civil Engineers
1879
10 1880
10 1880
10
O Porto so Maranho. Por W. Milnor Roberts
1880
10
Journal of Franklin Inst. 3rd series Vol. IXXX No. 5-Nov. 1880
1880
10
Relatorio W. Milnor Roberts, sobre o exame do Rio S. Francisco
1880
10
Excerpt, Minutes of the Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Volume IXVIII Session 1881-82, Part ii. Memoirs of William Milnor Roberts
1881
10
Address of James Abernathy, President of the Institution of Civil Engineers
1881 January 11
10
Excerpt. Minutes of the Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers
1881-1882
10 1956
11 1868
11 1869
11
Molesworth's pocket book of engineering formulae
1878
11
A history of the St. Louis Bridge
1881
11
Memoirs of John Bannister Gibson, by Thomas P. Roberts
1890
11
History of the Gazzam and DeBeleen Families
1894

Series 7:  Photographs and paintings, 1860-1923Return to Top

Membership certificates, professional credentials, and legal documents pertaining to William Milnor Roberts or his son, Milnor Roberts. Included are testimonial letters written by former employers and professional colleagues prior to Roberts departure for Brazil in 1857. Oversize documents have been removed to Box 8, folder 4

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
11/1 circa 1860s
11/2 1876
11/3 circa 1880s
11/4 circa 1880s
11/5
Northern Pacific Railway survey party, Helena
1869
11/6
Northern Pacific Railway engineers
circa 1876
11/7
George Stark and WMR, Helena
1876
11/8
WMR, portrait from National Cyclopedia of American Biography
1940
11/9 1880
11/10 circa 1880
11/11
Elena Solar Y
circa 1880
11/12 circa 1870
11/13
Elenor Roberts Baltzell
11/14
Roberts Hall, MSU Bozeman
1923
11/15
Roberts Hall, MSU Bozeman (under construction)
1922
11/16
Roberts Hall, MSU Bozeman, architects rendering
11/17 1879
11/18
Watercolor painting, church interior, Brazil
1879
11/19 1879
11/20 1879

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Americans-Brazil
  • Engineers-Brazil
  • Engineers-Montana
  • Engineers-Pennsylvania
  • Public works-Brazil
  • Railroads-Montana
  • Corporate Names :
  • Northern Pacific Railway Company
  • Geographical Names :
  • Brazil-Description and travel
  • Brazil-Pictorial works
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Diaries