Cleveland & Toledo Rail-Road Co. signed by Johnston LivingstonInv# AG1532
Stock Issued to and signed by Johnston Livingston (1817-1911). The city of Livingston, Montana was named after Livingston, the pioneer director of the Northern Pacific Railroad. The Express lines connecting the west and east, by Albany, Buffalo and the lakes were consolidated in the American Express Company, under the direction of William G. Fargo, Henry Wells, and Johnston Livingston. Revenue stamp at back.
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