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Known autograph occurrences
on collectible certificates
|Railroad promoter and executive. Helped build Michigan Southern, Rock Island, Mississippi & Missouri. Organized Union Pacific (1862). Vice president Union Pacific (1863-1869) during transcontinental construction, but ousted two weeks after completion. Also organizer and largest stockholder of Credit Mobilier. Heavily involved in Credit Mobilier scandal and retired with millions.|
|(The) Chicago & Rock Island Rail Road (Railroad) Co||CHI-576-O-50||owner|
|(The) Chicago & Rock Island Rail Road (Railroad) Co||CHI-576-S-41||stockholder|
|Mississippi & Missouri Rail Road (Railroad) Co||MIS-269-O-50||stockholder|
|Mississippi & Missouri Rail Road (Railroad) Co||MIS-269-O-51||certificate owner|
|Mississippi & Missouri Rail Road (Railroad) Co||MIS-269-S-21||stockholder|
|Mississippi & Missouri Rail Road (Railroad) Co||MIS-269-S-35||stockholder|
|Peoria & Bureau Valley Railroad (Rail-Road) Co||PEO-353-O-50||shareholder|
|Peoria & Bureau Valley Railroad (Rail-Road) Co||PEO-353-S-40||president|
|Peoria & Bureau Valley Railroad (Rail-Road) Co||PEO-353-S-40||stockholder|
|Peoria & Bureau Valley Railroad (Rail-Road) Co||PEO-353-S-45||president|
|Pullmans Palace Car Co||PUL-833-S-49||stockholder|
|Terre Haute Alton & St Louis Rail Road Co||TER-444-O-54||owner|
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