Found 5 collections related to Iron industry and trade

May Flower (Ship)
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 1923
.15 linear feet (1 volume)
This log book of the May Flower consists of two logs bound together, one dated February 29, 1859-July 20, 1860 and the other dated September 18, 1860-October 7, 1861. James T. Seaver, a seaman of Chelsea, Massachusetts, kept the logs and William... more
Goold & Company (New York, N.Y.)
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 3508
.15 linear feet (1 v.)
Edward Goold was a commission merchant. The firm of Goold & Company was located in New York City. Collection consists of letters of Goold & Company to various merchants, especially in New England, relating to trade with Europe, India and China;... more
Ogden, Lewis
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 3523
.21 linear feet (1 volume)
Letterbook of Lewis Ogden of Hill & Ogden, New York merchants, 1787 April 10-1798 June 16; trade in dry-goods, potash and pearl ashes, management of New Jersey lands and iron furnaces; comments on wheat crops, U.S. governmental changes, etc
Robertson, James
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 4602
.1 linear feet (1 folder)
Papers of James Robertson, iron manufacturer, relating to his patent stop-cock; fire and damp-proofing of iron safes; adjustable lamps; papers of the ship "Gardiner," and real estate holdings in New York City, Long Island, and Westchester County.
Phelps, Dodge & Co.
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 2398
11 linear feet (27 boxes)
Phelps, Dodge & Co. was founded by Anson G. Phelps in 1834 as the successor to the firm of Phelps and Peck of New York City, the leading importer of metals in the U.S. The company imported metals, mainly tin, from Great Britain and distributed... more
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