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  1. Item 21: Rates of Toll, for 1844
    Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company Records

    1 leaf ; 41 cm. 1844
  2. The coal and iron trade : embracing statistics of Pennsylvania
    This book examines the coal and iron trade in Pennsylvania in the early to mid 19th century. Numerous tables are provided to provide detail about the coal and iron trade, focusing particularly on its production in Pennsylvania. Statistics of the number of mines and furnaces in Pennsylvania as well as their overall production are detailed. A General note, at the head of title is written "Pennsylvania, the pioneer in internal improvements." In addition, the phrase "a series of articles published in the Philadelphia Commercial List, in 1847" is also stated on the title page.
    24 p. ; 23 cm. 1847
  3. [John Fritz]
    This is a photograph of John Fritz as a young man, taken in the 1850s.
    1 photograph : b&w ; 16 x 12 cm. [1853?]
  4. By-laws of the Thomas Iron Company, Hokendauqua, PA. : April 4, 1854
    By-laws for the Thomas Iron Company created in 1854 are outlined in this document. Topics such as the election of the Board of Directors, its duties and meetings, as well as the issue of transfer of stocks are outlined. Also discussed are the duties of various officers, such as the President, Secretary, Treasurer, Superintendent and Finance Committee. [General note: Front cover has imprint: New-York : Wm. E. & J. Sibell, printers & stationers].
    8 p. ; 22 cm. 1854
  5. An act to incorporate the Thomas Iron Company
    This charter outlines the incorporation of the Thomas Iron Company enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1854. The provisions of this Act are detailed in the outlined sections.
    4 p. ; 22 cm. 1855
  6. Item 17: Geographical and Topographical Map of the Anthracite Fields of Pen...
    Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company Records

    1 map ; 178 x 99 cm. 1858
  7. The Crane Iron Company, located in Catasauqua, in the late 1860s or early 1...
    The Crane Iron Company, located in Catasauqua, in the late 1860s or early 1870s . Part of publication: Delaware and Lehigh Canals : a pictorial history of the Delaware and Lehigh Canals, National Heritage Corridor in Pennsylvania
    1 photograph ; b&w ; 11 x 16 cm. 1860-1875?
  8. [Letter] 1860 July 7, Bethlehem, Northampton Co., Pa. [to] John Fritz
    This is a letter from Augustus Wolle to John Fritz informing him of the results from the inaugural board meeting of the Bethlehem Rolling Mills and Iron Co., which Fritz was unable to attend. Wolle informs Fritz that the Board appointed him as "General Manager & Superintendent of the works of the company..." He provides the details of the appointment for Fritz and asks for his response of whether he will accept this appointment.
    1 leaf ; 24 cm. 1860
  9. [Letter] 1860 June 1, Bethlehem, Pa. [to] John Fritz.
    Augustus Wolle writes to John Fritz informing him of a board meeting in order to elect a President of the Bethlehem Rolling Mills and Iron Co., hoping to see him at this meeting. Wolle goes on to name the founding board members of the company.
    2 leaves ; 20 cm. 1860
  10. [Letter] 1860 May 12[?], Bethlehem, Pa. [to] John Fritz.
    This letter from Robert Sayre is a response to an earlier letter from John Fritz concerning his move from the Johnstown Cambria iron works to the Bethlehem Iron Works. Sayre responds to Fritz's earlier queries about the appropriate amount of capital needed " prosecute the work & purchase machinery at cash prices" as well as his desire to have "control of the establishment."
    3 leaves : 22 cm. 1860
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