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Dallas Municipal Archives
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Dallas, Texas 75201
|Creator||City Engineer's Office, City of Dallas |
|Title||Winslett-Eldridge Company Contracts|
|Quantity||2 linear inches|
|Abstract||Typescript signed legal contracts. |
|Language||Records are in English|
Scope and Content
Collection documents agreements between the Winslett-Eldridge Company and the City of Dallas to construct storm sewers and water mains on various streets in the City of Dallas, Texas. Company founder Joseph B. Winslett, Jr. (1882-1956) came to Dallas in 1895 and with Leslie Stemmons and F. A. Eldridge performed construction of the municipal utility systems of many Texas cities. Winslett was the son of J.B. Winslett, City Secretary of the City of Dallas. Collection contains contracts and construction specifications. Some construction described in the contracts was actually in alleys adjacent to the named streets.
The documents in this collection are copies placed by the Winslett-Eldridge Company for public inspection in the City Secretary's Office.
The collection is arranged by contract.
Permission to publish, reproduce, distribute, or use by any and all other current or future developed methods or procedures must be obtained in writing from the Dallas Municipal Archives. All rights are reserved and retained regardless of current or future development or laws that may apply to fair use standards.
Winslett-Eldridge Company Contracts, 1910-1916 (Box <x>, Folder <y>), Dallas Municipal Archives
Dallas -- Texas -- History
Sewerage --Texas -- Dallas -- History
Storm sewers --Texas -- Dallas -- History
|1||1||Contracts for work located at Fitzhugh, Magnolia, Cumberland, Turtle Creek, Douglas, and Worth Streets, 1911-1916|
| ||2||Contracts for work located at Live Oak, Harwood, Exposition, Columbia, Jefferson, Lemmon, and Caddo Streets, 1911|
|||3||Contracts for work located at Juliette, Coke, Simpson, Haskell, Beckley, Commerce, Holmes, Collett, and Twelfth Streets, 1910-1911|
|||4||Contracts for work located at Haskell, Main, Holmes, Jefferson, Madison, Hall, Ross, Exposition, Sanger, Hood, Page, and Munger Streets, 1910 |