[Letters addressed to John M. Stanger dated January 12, 1845, August 27, 1846 and January 27, 1847].

Title: 
[Letters addressed to John M. Stanger dated January 12, 1845, August 27, 1846 and January 27, 1847].

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Author/Artist: 
Stanger, Thomas.
Description: 
13 items : ink on paper ; 28 x 22 - 26 x 40 cm
Format of Material: 
Documents
Bib ID: 
142331
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Documents
Call Number: 
142331
Notes: 
Document 23:2.
In digitization queue as of September 30, 2015.
Letters have some staining and tearing.
Contents: 
Letter dated January 12, 1845 features manufacture of egg minerals and working conditions. Letter mentions "old Schaum" and Joel Bodine.
Letter dated August 27, 1846 concerns his job in Pittsburgh and family friends. Letter mentions fire at Lockport glass factory. Stanger apparently employed by Wm. McCully & Co., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Letter dated January 27, 1847, concerning the possibility of operation a New Jersey glass factory with Thomas W. Stanger and John.
Included with letters are accompanying notes from Mrs. Cranston D. Elderedge.