White Pass & Yukon Route (Firm)
Time roll and distribution of labor, 1899 Sep 30.
The White Pass & Yukon Route built the White Pass Railway, a 110-mile, narrow-gauge Railroad running from Skagway, Alaska to Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada; construction began in 1898 and was completed in 1900.
Time roll for an extra gang working on the White Pass Railway track the month of September, 1899. Completed in manuscript by J. J. Fowler, Foreman, detailing hours worked, names of workers, type of work done.
Purchased from Ruth S. Klopp on the Arthur Corbitt Hoskins Memorial Fund, 1999.
White Pass & Yukon Route (Firm), Time Roll and Distribution of Labor. Yale Collection of Western Americana, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
Fowler, J. J.
White Pass & Yukon Route (Firm) -- Accounting.
Railroads -- Alaska -- Employees.
Railroads -- Alaska -- Design and construction.
Payrolls. aat
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