locked Re: Southern Railway History

Wick Moorman

Can you set one aside for me?

On Aug 22, 2021, at 6:32 PM, Carl Ardrey <carlardrey2005@...> wrote:

We do have a few copies left.
On 08/22/2021 4:38 PM George Eichelberger <geichelberger@...> wrote:
In 2005, Norfolk Southern donated a number of printed, but unbound, copies of “The Legal History of the Southern Railway”  to SRHA. Written in 1901, by future SR President Fairfax Harrison, with supplements in 1921 and 1958, they represent the most complete and accurate description of the creation and development of the Southern Railway System.
They were printed, packaged and kept in the NS Archives until they were donated to SRHA. In 2005, SRHA President Dan Sparks had them trimmed and bound and we sold them through our Company Store, “The Grab". While the bindings were new, the SRHA versions are not reprints. Unfortunately, the limited supply has been sold out for quite some time.
For anyone fortunate to have copies of the two Volume set, here is the response sent to almost anyone asking Southern for a copy from 1901 to 2006. From the SRHA - Southern Railway Presidents’ Files collection Box 192A File 21:
<1917-1-22 Response to request for SR History.jpeg>

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