[Collection of letters addressed to William Stutson].

[Collection of letters addressed to William Stutson].

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Jarves, Deming
18 items : ink on paper ; 28 x 22 - 36 x 22 cm
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Document 9:1, pieces: 39-45.
William Stutson was Deming Jarves' brother-in-law.
Letter dated June 10, [18--] features moulds, heart pattern nappies, lamps, and cup plates. Letter dated June 14, 1826 features a defective mold and breakage of glass in packing and includes a sheet of orders from Wm. Churchill & Co. Letter dated March 1, 1828 features cut lamps and decanters, colored dishes, lamp mold, and wolf bottles. Letter dated March 18, 1828 features farm matters. Letter dated March 20, 1828 features astral shades, graduated measures, and fluted tumblers. Letter dated June 23, 1828 features batch materials, new dish mold, punty pattern bowls, and other matters. Letter dated June 1, 1829 refers to sales of pressed glass and enclosing orders for Gregory & Bain and W. S. & S. C. McIntosh.
Digitized in-house October 2014.
Piece 43 is original.