I & G N R R
I. & G. N. R. R. CO.
Many railroads used printed cancels on the 1 cent battleship documentary for their use on waybills. Far fewer used them on the 2 cent documentary. The International & Great Northern Railroad was a railroad that primarily operated in the U.S. state of Texas. The I&GN, like other railroads of its time, had many financial troubles and went into receivership on several occasions. Jay Gould acquired control of the I&GN in December, 1880, but was forced to sell it in the early 1920s. Finally, on March 1, 1956, the I&GN was bought by the Missouri Pacific Railroad Company and became a major part of its network.