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John Arthur to Joseph Arthur, 1809 June 20

 Item — Box: Small Collections Box 27, Folder: 1
Identifier: id178913

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John is building a house for a Mr. Wierman at Stoney Creek and writes Joseph telling him of his progress inviting him to bring himself and his wife to John's house sometime that week to see John and his wife; he asks Joseph for a bar of blistered steel, steel with bumps on the outside from the heating process, to steel a pick bought in Pennsylvania. In the postscript, John tells Joseph that he expects to send up to 40 tons of pig iron to his furnace per week.


  • Creation: 1809 June 20


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