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Finding Aid for the Charles J. Pettibone Collection. (MUM00362)

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Finding Aid for the Charles J. Pettibone Collection.



Descriptive Summary

PURL: http://purl.oclc.org/umarchives/MUM00362/
Title: Charles J. Pettibone Collection.
Dates: 1921-1958
Creator: Pettibone, Charles J.
Physical Extent 1 box; 10 folders of photographs (0.5 linear feet)
Repository: University of Mississippi. Department of Archives and Special Collections. University, MS 38677, USA
Identification: MUM00362
Location: General Special Collections; Visual Collections
Language: Languages: English
Abstract: Collection contains correspondence, a manuscript, and miscellaneous documents related to the life of Charles J. Pettibone. Items were created 1921-1958.

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

Unknown

Processing Information

Processed by University of Mississippi Department Special Collections Staff. EAD-encoded finding aid begun September 2005; finding aid revised by Kathryn Michaelis, August 2011.

Additions

No further additions are expected to this collection.


Subject Terms

Pettibone, Charles J.
Railroads -- Employees
Lumber industry


Scope and Contents Note

Collection contains correspondence, a manuscript, and miscellaneous documents related to the life of Charles J. Pettibone. Items were created 1921-1958.


User Information

Preferred Citation

Charles J. Pettibone Collection (MUM00362). The Department of Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi.

Access Restrictions

Open for research. The photographic portion of this collection is stored at an off-site facility. Researchers interested in using this part of the collection must contact Archives and Special Collections at least two business days in advance of their planned visit.

Use Restriction

The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be "used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship or research." If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of "fair use," that user may be liable for copyright infringement.


Container List

Box 1
Folder 1 Correspondence Regarding Railroad Retirement Claim, 1941
Telegram to Charles J. Pettibone from E.H. Slade, October 24, 1941
Letter from Charles J. Pettibone to the Railroad Retirement Board, Washington, D.C., October 27, 1941
Letter to C.J. from WLW, 162 Senate Office Building, United States Senate, Washington, D.C., November [10], 1941
Letter from Charles J. Pettibone to the Railroad Retirement Board, Washington, D.C., November 11, 1941 (copy)
Unsigned letter addressed to Mr. W.L. Wallace, 162 Senate Office Bldg., Washington, D.C., Millard, Miss., Nov. 12, 1941
Letter to C.J. from WLW, 162 Senate Office Building, United States Senate, Washington, D.C., November 25, 1941
Letter addressed to Mr. C.J. Pettibone from James G. Badger of the Edward Hines Lumber Co., with an attached copy of a letter from the Railroad Retirement Plan to Mr. R.J. Hines, President, Edward Hines Lumber Company
"From memory and Statements Made to me by others, NO RECORDS AVAILABLE, at the present time, for me to refer, is History of HINES Railroad Operations," by C.J. Pettibone, December 15, 1941.
List of suggested contacts to substantiate retirement claims made by Mr. C.J. Pettibone, December 16, 1941
Letter to Mr. W.L. Wallace, copied to Mr. Charles Pettibone and Hon. Virgil Griffith, from [William] S. Bennet, December 20, 1941 (copy)
Letter to Mr. Milton Kramer, Assistant General Counsel to the Railroad Retirement Board, from C.J. Pettibone, December 26, 1941
Folder 2 Correspondence Regarding Railroad Retirement Claim: 1942
Letter to Mr. Milton Kramer, Assistant General Counsel to the Railroad Retirement Board, from C.J. Pettibone, January 3, 1942 (copy)
Letter to Mr. Milton Kramer, Assistant General Counsel to the Railroad Retirement Board, from C.J. Pettibone, January 3, 1942 (copy)
Letter addressed to Mr. W.L. Wallace, 162 Senate Office Bldg., Washington, D.C., from C.J. Pettibone, Millard, Miss., January 3, 1942 (copy)
Listing of pertinent documents from the Hancock County Deed Records submitted to support C.J. Pettibone's railroad employment service record claim, January 3, 1942 (copy)
Letter to Mr. Milton Kramer, Assistant General Counsel to the Railroad Retirement Board, from J.E. Gartrell, supporting C.J. Pettibone's railroad employment service record claim, January 3, 1942
Letter to Taylor Lowenstein Company, Naval Stores Factor, Mobile, Ala., from C.J. Pettibone, January 4, 1942, requesting information in support of Pettibone's employment claim (copy)
Letter to Mr. Milton Kramer, Assistant General Counsel to the Railroad Retirement Board, from C.J. Pettibone, January 5, 1942, containing additional suggested contacts to substantiate retirement claims made by Mr. C.J. Pettibone (copy)
Letter from W.R. Seifert, Traffic Manager, Taylor, Lowenstein & Co., January 5, 1942, informing Mr. Pettibone that they have no records to help substantiate his employment claim (copy)
Letter to Mr. Milton Kramer, Assistant General Counsel to the Railroad Retirement Board, from E.H. Selby, regarding C.J. Pettibone's railroad employment service record claim, January 6, 1942 (copy)
Letter to Mr. Milton Kramer, Assistant General Counsel to the Railroad Retirement Board, from C.J. Pettibone, January 6, 1942, listing more pertinent documents from the Hancock County Deed Records submitted to support C.J. Pettibone's railroad employment service record claim (copy)
Letter to Mr. Milton Kramer, Assistant General Counsel to the Railroad Retirement Board, from B.E. Eaton, supporting C.J. Pettibone's railroad employment service record claim, January 6, 1942 (copy)
Letter to C.J. Pettibone, January 6, 1942, from V.A. Griffith, on Supreme Court Consultation Room, Jackson, Miss. letterhead
Letter to Mr. Ladner Necaise from C.J. Pettibone dated January 8, 1942, with attached copy of a letter of the same date to Mr. Emilo Cue, Bay St. Louis, Miss., attached copy requesting a letter confirming Mr. Pettibone's railroad employment service record claim (copy)
Letter to Mr. Walter J. Gex, Jr., Bay St. Louis, Miss., January 8, 1942, from C.J. Pettibone, requesting information in support of Mr. Pettibone's railroad employment service record claim (copy)
Letter to Mr. E.S. Drake, Bay St. Louis, Miss., January 8, 1942, from C.J. Pettibone, requesting information in support of Mr. Pettibone's railroad employment service record claim (copy)
Letter to C.J. Pettibone, January 10, 1942, from Lander Necaise, agreeing to support Mr. Pettibone's railroad employment service record claim
Letter to C.J. Pettibone, January 13, 1942, from E.S. Drake, agreeing to support Mr. Pettibone's railroad employment service record claim
Letter to C.J. Pettibone, January 20, 1942, from Jas. W. Williams, agreeing to support Mr. Pettibone's railroad employment service record claim
Letter to C.J. Pettibone, January [21], 1942, from W.J. Gex, Jr. containing information in support of Mr. Pettibone's railroad employment service record claim
Letter to C.J. Pettibone, January 23, 1942, from E.S. Drake, informing Mr. Pettibone of an enclosed affidavit in support Mr. Pettibone's railroad employment service record claim
Letter to C.J. Pettibone, April 16, 1942, from W.L. Wallace, regarding Mr. Pettibone's railroad employment service record claim, written on Congress of the United States, Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation letterhead
Letter addressed to Mr. W.L. Wallace, 162 Senate Office Bldg., Washington, D.C., from C.J. Pettibone, April 30, 1942, responding to Wallace's letter of April 16, 1942
Folder 3 General Correspondence, 1907-1950
Letter to C.J. Pettibone, Esq., Mobile, Ala., from Sam Henderson, Jr., New Orleans, October 22, 1907
Letter of recommendation for C.J. Pettibone, Esq., Mobile, Ala., from Sam Henderson, Jr., New Orleans, October 22, 1907
Letter to F.W. Pettibone from R. Lee Riggs offering C.J. Pettibone a job as a lumber inspector, April 22, 1910
Letter to the Jordan River Lumber Co. regarding minimum age of employees working in the lumber industry, December 19, 1919
Eight-page letter to F.W. Pettibone from Edward Hines with extensive directions on lumber operation improvement, January 23, 1920
Letter to Mr. Chas. Pettibone, Lumberton, Miss., from WJG, congratulating Pettibone on a recent promotion, Bay St. Louis, Miss., August 8, 1921
Letter to C.J. Pettibone, Lumberton, Mississippi, from Edward Hines, President, Edward Hines Yellow Pines Trustees, regarding terms on an employment contract, Chicago, December 26, 1929
Letter to C.J. Pettibone, Lumberton, Mississippi, from Edward Hines Yellow Pines Trustees, regarding terms on an employment contract, Lumberton, Mississippi January 2, 1930
Letter to Mr. C.J. Pettibone, Edward Hines Western Pine Company, Burns, Oregon, from L.F. Nelson regarding conditions in the lumber industry, December 16, 1930
Letter to "Dear Friend C.J." from Brother Peter thanking C.J. for his hospitality on a recent visit to Oregon, July 24, 1930, on Saint Stanislaus College, Bay Saint Louis stationary
Documents clipped together including C.J. Pettibone, General Manager, Edward Hines Lumber Co., Oregon:
Letter to C.J. Pettibone from the Common Council of the City of Hines, thanking Pettibone for his services, September 15, 1937
Letter to C.J. Pettibone from public officials thanking Pettibone for his service upon Pettibone's retirement as Mayor, Hines, Harney Co., Oregon, January 9, 1935
Undated petition filled with signatures requesting that Mr. C.J. Pettibone run for Mayor of Hines
Mimeographed memo to C.J. Pettibone thanking him for 30 years service to "our company" dated October 10, 1940
Bundle of letters to Mr. C.J. Pettibone from Thomas Jefferson, Jim, Kenneth J. Pelton, commending Pettibone's 30 years of service to Edward Hines Lumber Co., October 7-15, 1940
Copy of mimeograph dated October 10, 1940
Mimeograph of company business including mention of Pettibone's service, October 14, 1940
Letter to Mr. C.J. Pettibone from Ralph J. Hines, President, inquiring when production will be increased, Chicago, Ill, July 11, 1941 (copy)
Scope: Penciled notation "they must be dopey in Chicago again" in upper left-hand corner
Letter to Ralph J. Hines from C.J. Pettibone responding to request for increased production stating that request is impossible to fulfill while maintaining quality, July 14, 1941
Letter to Mr. C.J. Pettibone from Charles M. Hines regarding Pettibone's recent heart attack, October 6, 1941
Letter to Mr. C.J. Pettibone from C.E. Gregory commiserating with Pettibone about his health and thanking him for paying his moving expenses, Three Rivers, Mich., November 8, 1941
Letter to Mr. C.J. Pettibone from U.S. Hackney regarding Pettibone's resignation and the death of a fellow employee with attached clipping and business related cards
Holiday Greeting telegram to C.J. Pettibone from the Burns Chamber of Commerce with an attached reply dated Millard, Miss., December 30, 1941
Letter to Mr. C.J. Pettibone from Charles A. Sprague, Governor, State of Oregon, regarding utilization of wood waste, December 31, 1941
Letter to Mr. C.J. Pettibone from Charles A. Sprague, Governor, State of Oregon, regarding helping Pettibone to get back into the Oregon lumber business, March 9, 1942
Letter to Mr. C.J. Pettibone from Tom Rowan regarding a book Pettibone sent Rowan with an enclosed clipping about a German cook/spy arrested by an F.B.I. agent originally from Mississippi, January 16, 1942
Letter to Mr. C.J. Pettibone from Charles M. Hines regarding Pettibone's health and the strains of returning to work, January 3, 1942
Letter to Mr. C.J. Pettibone from Louis [Gerveirs] seeking employment in the lumber industry, January 5, 1942
Letter to Mr. C.J. Pettibone from Howard Slade regarding inability to locate documents that Pettibone had requested, January 8, 1942
Letter to C.J. Pettibone from John T. Casey expressing much gratitude for the many experiences he shared with Pettibone, January 26, 1942
Letter to John T. Casey from C.J. Pettibone regarding Pettibone's state of health, February 4, 1942
Letter to C.J. Pettibone from Tom regarding Pettibone's state of health and mentioning information he will share with Pettibone when he sees him, February 13, 1942
Four letters dated October 1944-March 1945 regarding a patent applied for by C.J. Pettibone with attached drawings regarding patent
Letter to Mr. C.J. Pettibone from Charles M. Hines regarding troubles in the lumber industry, February 26, 1947
Letter to Mr. C.J. Pettibone from Arthur A. Burns of the Mississippi National Guard informing Pettibone that the records he requested in order to establish his date of birth have either been lost or destroyed, March 23, 1950
Letter to Mr. C.J. Pettibone from James E. Badger regarding problems with Pettibone being one month short of certifying his 20 years of service for retirement, May 4, 1950
Letter to James E. Badger from Mr. C.J. Pettibone regarding final certification of his retirement claim, May 9, 1950
Folder 4 C.J. Pettibone/John H. Moore Correspondence, December 12, 1956-April 25, 1958
Scope: Twenty-two letters with attached lumber industry documents, some family history, and Mr. Pettibone's obituary.
Folder 5 Handwritten manuscript by C.J. Pettibone about his remembrances of his experiences in the lumber industry completed January 22, 1957, numbering thirty pages
Folder 6 Book, The Lumber Inspection Rules, 1921
Box
Box CPB38
Folder 38.1 Saw boss Mr. Moran, 1920
Folder 38.2 Old mill; office and store; new mill
Folder 38.3 T-Hoffmann Olsen Logging RR in Mikes Island, 1931
Scope: [Sec 36 twp 7 s] illegible
Folder 38.4 T- Hoffmann Olsen’s Logging Railroad in Mike Island Sec 36 and 75 R17 West, 1931
Folder 38.5 Unidentified man
Folder 38.6 Unidentified man
Folder 38.7 Unidentified man
Folder 38.8 Unidentified man (negative)
Folder 38.9 Unidentified man (negative)
Folder 38.10 Eight 2 � x 2 � negatives of exterior shots