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Cleveland Akron & Columbus Railroad Shirt

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Cleveland Akron & Columbus Railroad Shirt

  • Logo Printed on Front
  • 100% Cotton
  • Shirt Color - Charcoal Heather 

The Cleveland, Akron and Cincinnati is a corporation of the State of Ohio, having its principal office at Cleveland, Ohio. It is controlled by the Pennsylvania Company through ownership of a majority of the outstanding capital stock. On the other hand, the Cleveland, Akron and Cincinnati controls, jointly with other carriers, the following terminal and belt line companies:

Percentage
of control
The Akron & Barberton Railroad Company, jointly with The Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Company, Erie Railroad Company, and the Northern Ohio Railway Company. 25
The Akron Union Passenger Depot Company, jointly with The Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Company 50
The Zaneville Terminal Railroad Company, jointly with The Zaneville and Western Railway Company 50
From July 1, 1911, the effective date of consolidation, to December 31, 1911, the property of the Cleveland, Akron and Cincinnati was operated by that company's own management. From January 1, 1912, to date of valuation, it was operated by the Pennsylvania Company under an agreement dated December 1, 1911.

CORPORATE HISTORY
The Cleveland, Akron and Cincinnati was incorporated on June 26, 1911, under the general laws of Ohio, through filing an agreement, dated June 13, 1911, for the consolidation of the properties, rights, and franchises of The Cincinnati and Muskingum Valley Railroad Company and The Cleveland, Akron and Columbus Railway Company. The following chart shows the names of the corporations comprised in the corporate history of the Cleveland, Akron and Cincinnati, their respective dates of incorporation, and manner and date of succession. Reference to each of these corporations is made in the last column by its respective number in the first column