Chapter 1: Genesis, footnote 76, page 29 Ch1 fn. 76 p. 29 Permalink: http://web.stanford.edu/group/spatialhistory/cgi-bin/railroaded/footnotes/section/chapter-1-genesis/footnote-76 Tags: Discursive, Referral, Manuscript Collections, Government Documents, Scholarly Articles, Histories and Biographies, Corruption, Capital/Finance, Politics Huntington wanted to make sure that Philip Stanford did not get a 1/6 share and that all the securities were kept together. Report of the Commission and of the Minority Commission of the United States Pacific Railway Commission (Washington, D.C.: GPO,1887), 69-70. Bain, Empire Express, 129. Carman and Mueller, "The Contract and Finance Company and the Central Pacific Railroad," Mississippi Valley Historical Review 14 (Dec. 1927), 333. Hopkins to CPH, Feb. 16, 1866, CPH Papers, ser. 1, r. 1. For letting of contract and the shares involved see CPH to Hopkins, May 11, 1866, LB, 1:27, box 20, Hopkins Collection.