Friday, August 24, 2012

Collectible International Railroad Company

The International Railroad Company was chartered on August 5, 1870 to build from the south bank of the Red River near Fulton, Arkansas, to Laredo and ultimately to Mexico by way of Austin. At Fulton the International planned to connect with a railroad building south from St. Louis.

Among the members of the first board of directors were John S. Barnes, James W. Barnes, Paul N. Spofford, and Thomas W. House. The charter was the most liberal ever granted by the Texas legislature.

Galusha Aaran Grow signs front and back.

Price on request.
Condition: Excellent.
State: Texas
Year: 1874

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