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Iron industry and trade

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Fowler Family Papers, 1672-1913, undated

Identifier: MSS 672

The Fowler Family papers contain the business, civic, and personal papers of shipwright Samuel Fowler (1748-1813), his son Samuel (1776-1859), grandsons Samuel Page (1800-1888) and Henry (1810-1881) Fowler, and great-granddaughter Harriet Putnam Fowler (1842-1901).

Dates: 1672-1913, undated

George Peabody Papers, 1815-1927, undated

Identifier: MSS 181

The George Peabody Papers contain the business and personal papers of George Peabody, one of the 19th century's most prosperous merchant bankers and notable social philanthropists.

Dates: 1815-1927, undated

Gregory Family Papers, 1807-1873, undated

Identifier: MSS 188

The Gregory Family Papers document the shipping and fishing activities of three generations of the Gregory family of Marblehead, Massachusetts.

Dates: 1807-1873, undated

Iron Manufacturing Companies Records, 1841-1866

Identifier: MSS 933
Abstract The Iron Manufacturing Companies Records contains records related to the business interests of David Pingree (1795-1863) and Asa Pingree (1807-1869) in four iron manufacturing companies located in New England: The Maine Iron Company; The Ipswich Manufacturing Company; New Hampshire Iron Company; and Briggs Iron Company. The collection is chiefly comprised of correspondence, accounts, and other records received by David Pingree from the corporations. One folder contains correspondence from...
Dates: 1841-1866

Jackson Iron Manufacturing Company Records, 1795-1888, undated

Identifier: MSS 910

The records of the Jackson Iron Manufacturing Company include corporate records, financial records, correspondence and documents related to lawsuits regarding land disputes.

Dates: 1795-1888, undated

Nathan Read Papers, 1679, 1709-1915, undated

Identifier: MSS 148

The Nathan Read papers contain correspondence, invention papers, and financial, legal and congressional records of Nathan Read, a Massachusetts inventor, jurist, farmer, apothecary, and educator.

Dates: 1679, 1709-1915, undated

New Hampshire Iron Factory Company Records, 1806-1857

Identifier: MSS 164

This collection contains records of the New Hampshire Iron Factory Company including correspondence of the company treasurer, John Punchard, stock certificates, and miscellaneous financial records.

Dates: 1806-1857

Salem Iron Factory Records, 1796-1844, undated

Identifier: MSS 149

The Salem Iron Factory Records date from the formation of the company in 1796 to its sale to Matthew Hooper in 1844.

Dates: 1796-1844, undated

Sawyer Family Papers, 1736-1847

Identifier: MSS 221

The Sawyer Family papers contain accounts for three generations of a Northern Essex County and South Hampton, New Hampshire, family.

Dates: 1736-1847