Milwaukee Road Receivership, 1925

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Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad Company


"The Investor Pays," by Max Lowenthal, 1933

John T. Flynn, "Graft in Business," (New York: The Vanguard Press, 1931)

Arthur M. Borak,  The Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad: Recent History of the Last Transcontinental," Journal of Business and Economic History, November, 1930.

Arthur Borak, original PhD Thesis

"The Milwaukee Holds Its Gains," Railway Age, November 16, 1929

"Investigation of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Co.," January 4, 1928, 131 I.C.C. 615

Final Report of Receivers and Petition for Discharge, February 13, 1928

Robert T. Swain, "Reorganization of Corporations: Certain Developments of the Last Decade," Columbia Law Review, Vol. 27, No. 8 (Dec., 1927), pp. 901-931

Financial News Clippings, 1900-1926

"Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Investigation," Railway Age, February, 1927

"Who Bought the St. Paul?," Journal of Commerce and Finance, January 26, 1927

Interest Rates for Carriers, March 31, 1925, Senate Commerce Committee Hearing

Interest Rates for Carriers, March 19, 25, 31, 1926, Senate Commerce Committee Hearing

Statement of H. E. Byram, President, CM&St.P. to the ICC, December 1, 1925

Railway Age, "The Great Northern Compared to Other Roads,"  August 8, 1925 "Has been unable to overcome effects of low rates and slow increase in traffic ...".

Comments by F.J. Lisman replying to comments on the Receivership, New York Evening Post, May 7, 1925

Benjamin Graham, "Reorganizing of the St. Paul," The Magazine of Wall Street, April 11, 1925

Railway Age, "The St. Paul Receivership," March 25, 1925 

Coverdale & Colpitts Consulting Engineers Report, May 1925

National City Bank Report on the St. Paul, 1923

Wood, Struthers & Co., Report on the St. Paul, April 15, 1922