Herbert Webb, records
Photographs, business correspondence, periodicals and printed ephemera, including an early gauging register, relating to Herbert Webb. Mainly focuses on Trent Navigation at Nottingham and Newark.
Webb, Herbert (Mr)
Promotional leaflet publicising available of warehousing space by the canals in south and west Yorkshire and the north Midlands.
Monochrome photographs of Trent Navigation and those employed upon it by British Waterways. Includes at least one photograph of Herbert Webb
'Trent Navigation Company and how it may save your transport problems': promotional brochure giving description and account of Trent Navigation Company. Subtitled 'The Trent: A Highway of Commerce between the ports on the Humber and the Industrial Centres of the Midlands'.
Promotional brochure relating to 'Commerce on British Waterways'. Information included on transport by inland waterway, open and covered storage, road distribution, continental and inland containers, waterside sites for development, water supplies for industrial purposes and dock connections.
Promotional brochure: 'The Last Ten Years'. Relates to progress and achievements of British Waterways Board 1963-1972
Early gauging register relating to canals in the East Midlands, including the Trent Navigation and the Grantham Canal
Canal Joint Committee: Particulars of Inland Waterways - Area No. 3, comprising the River Trent and Connections
Instructions to raise invoices relating to coal cargoes from Eastwood Collieries to Long Eaton and Loughborough. Boats involved are 'Atlas' and 'Vela'
Correspondence between Trent Navigation Company and Smith, Stone & Knight Ltd., Union Paper Mills, Landor Street, Birmingham. FRAGILE - handle with care
Correspondence between Trent Navigation Company and Keith Shipton and Company Limited, insurance brokers, relating to accident on 5th January 1929 involving the boats 'Alan a Dale' and 'Marjorie'
Correspondence between George Cadbury Jnr. and F. Rayner of the Trent Navigation Company relating to photographs of improvement works
Letter from Gainsborough Rowing Club to the Trent Navigation Company requesting a plan of the navigation as part of their 50th anniversary celebrations
Correspondence between the Trent Navigation Company and Arthur R. Jones, Ltd., insurance brokers, relating to an accident involving the craft 'Fenby' and 'Your No. 21'
Correspondence between the Trent Navigation Company and Spear, Houfe and Company Limited, warehouse keepers, wharfingers and forwarding agents re rates for conveyance of canned tomatoes
Correspondence between the Trent Navigation Company and Machin and Kingsley Limited re delay in delivery of strawboards to Hallam and Watts of Atherstone
Correspondence between the Trent Navigation Company and the United Towing Company relating to the speed of 'Dalesman' and 'Motorman'
Correspondence between Trent Navigation and British Oil and Cake Mills Limited relating to rates for conveyance of the latter's product. Reference is made to competition from the railways.
Correspondence between Trent Navigation Company, Oughtred and Harrison Ltd., Ministry of War Transport, Trent Carriers Ltd., and the British Sugar Corporation Ltd. Includes details of accident in which bags of sugar were lost and describes war time debate as to how best to transport sugar.
Letter from Cadbury Brothers Ltd' to Colonel Frank Rayner re an upcoming book on Canals and Inland Waterways, to be published by Pitman's in 1929
Rent increases imposed by the Trent Navigation Company on the Hull and Goole Port Sanitary Authority and upon John Broady, owner of the screw tugs 'Midge' and 'Victoria'
Correspondence between Trent Navigation Company and T. Gray & Co., Limited, Steam Tug Owners of Hull re incident involving vessels 'Clyde', 'No. 10', 'Robin Hood' and 'Dalesman'
Correspondence between Lieutenant Colonel Frank Rayner of the Trent Navigation Company and John Jardine re the Sea Scout training ship 'Avalon', Sir John Turney's Wharf,
Correspondence between Lieutenant Colonel Frank Rayner of the Trent Navigation Company and Johnson and Son, builders, contractors and boat owners, the Maples, New Balderton, near Newark
Letter from Sir John Eaglesome, General Manager, Aire and Calder Navigation to Colonel Rayner of the Trent Navigation Company re 100 ton boats at Nottingham and Newark
Letter from William Clark, 2 Walmsley Terrace, Walmsley Street applying for position as a Captain on one the Trent Navigation Company's boats at Hull.
Correspondence between A. Hopewell and Son, auctioneers of Newark and the Trent Navigation Company regarding deposit of gravel at river frontage
Invoice to T. Gray and Co. Limited, Steam Tug Owners of Hull, from Trent Navigation Company for repairs affected to 'Robin Hood'
Letter from E.S. Johnson, veterinary infirmary, 45 St. James Street, Nottingham re horses belonging to Trent Navigation Company
Letter, report and invoice relating to collision between 'Robin Hood', 'Allups' and 'Trent No. 5' at Dunham on Trent
Letter from T. Gray and Co., Limited, Steam Tug Owners of Hull regarding returns of vessels towed by tug 'Robin Hood'. Letterhead includes list all tugs owned by the company.
Correspondence between Trent Navigation Company and Royal Insurance Company Limited re damage sustained by, and repairs necessary for, the 'Ancholme'
Letter from T. Gray and Co. Limited, Steam Tug Owners of Hull to the Trent Navigation Company re damage sustained to the 'Rhine'
Letter of application for a position with the Trent and Navigation Company from C.H. Thomson. with details of career history
Correspondence between Mayor of Nottingham and Trent Navigation Company re National Scheme for Employment of Disabled Ex-Service Men. Relates specifically to A. Marshall and E. Scott
Correspondence between T. Gray and Co. Limited, Steam Tug Owners of Hull and the Trent Navigation Company re 'Robin Hood'. Also makes reference to 'Fenman', Captain Haywood and a man called Hutchinson seeking employment.
Application for employment by the Trent Navigation Company from G. Atkinson of Hatton Gardens, Newark
Letter from J.G.Green, water transport contractor of West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire advising of costs to transport grain
City of Nottingham Trant Navigation Committee notice advising of diving operations in the River Trent at Colwick
Application for employment by the Trent Navigation Company from John G. Treece, Blenheim House, Commercial Road, Nottingham
Correspondence between Trent Concrete Limited and the Trent Navigation Company re conveyance of sugar and the boats 'Barlet' and 'Colwick'
Application for employment by the Trent Navigation Company by Herbert Handley of 55 Parker Street, Radford, Nottingham
Note from A. Pacey of the Trent Navigation Company re toll account in respect of sugar beet from Newark to Brigg. Names vessels 'Majestic' and 'Sarah'.