The firm Russell & Mason, owned by William F. Russell and Charles H. Mason, bought the steamboat Twilight from the heirs of Captain Henry Crawford in 1890. Twilight was one of several steamers making a regular run on the Delaware River between Trenton and Philadelphia in the last decades of the nineteenth century. Twilight struck a rock near Perriwig Bar in the Delaware River and sank in 1901.
Legal and financial papers, mostly relating to the sale of the steamer Twilight to the Upper Delaware River Transportation Company in 1890. Includes several receipts for disbursements from the estate of Catherine S. Russell. The collection also includes a photograph of an unidentified man.
- Twilight (Steamer)
- Russell, William F.
- Mason, Charles H.
- Upper Delaware River Transportation Company
- Financial records
- Receipts (financial records)