[Correspondence between R. M. Atwater & Sons and Robert Dralle, dated 1892 - 1893].

[Correspondence between R. M. Atwater & Sons and Robert Dralle, dated 1892 - 1893].

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R. M. Atwater & Sons
52 items : ink on paper ; 8 x 4 - 29 x 45 cm
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Document 25:6.
English and German.
In digitization queue as of September 30, 2015.
Letters have staining and some are stapled together in upper left corner.
Writting on verso.
Letters from Christopher Greene Atwater addressed to Robert Dralle dated May 23, 1892, and January 24 - May 13, 1893, concerning furnace construction. (Drafts of letters; includes one undated draft in German. Includes cable code). --
Announcement of the death of Robert Dralle's son, Hermann, dated May 18, 1893. --
Announcment from Robert Dralle dated October 1892, concerning manufacture of window glass. (Civil-Ingenieur und technischer Director der Stralauer Flaschenfabrik). --
Letters from Robert Dralle addressed to R. M. Atwater & Sons dated February 8 - August 4, 1893, concerning furnace construction Berlin-Stralau. (Includes 3 cablegrams. Most letters are written in German. Includes one signed by Marie Dralle and one signed by Siegwardt. Civil-Ingenieur; früher technischer Director in Gerresheim, Charleroi, Flensburg und Stralau). --
Letters from Robert Dralle addressed to Richard Mead and Christopher Greene Atwater dated February 23 - December 31, 1892, concerning construction of furnace at Alton, Illinois for Illinois Glass Co. (Civilingenieur und technischer Director der Stralauer Flaschenfabrik. Letters written in German, some translated by Richard Mead Atwater, Jr.).