Collectible Stocks and Bonds from North American Railroads     by Terry Cox

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Known autograph occurrences
on collectible certificates


This represents a full listing of railroad-related certificates
known to exist with the celebrity autograph of:

Holliday, Cyrus Kurtz
 
1826-1900
 
Known as Colonel Holliday although never attained that rank; served as Adjutant General of Kansas during Civil War (1864-1865); helped found Topeka, KS (1854); wrote the charter for the Atchison & Topeka Railroad (1859)and became director (1860-1865, 1868-1900) and first president of the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad (1859-1863)


Company
Certificate
Role
The Southern Kansas Railway CoSOU-608-S-30
Union Depot Co of Kansas City, MissouriUNI-161-S-30president of AT&SF Railroad


Autograph samples


Please note: I do NOT authenticate autographs. These samples were provided
by collectors and dealers who had evidence to believe these are valid
signatures. Please contact me if you discover evidence to the contrary.

DateAutograph sampleSource
1900Damon Pritchett


Please help by sending images of additional autographs, or
better images than those shown here. Scan them at high
resolution (about 300 dpi) with about one inch (2 cm) space around
the signature. Since handwriting changes with age,
please include the date of the autograph.



Click here to see pictures of all the celebrities I currently have on file.

 

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