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E. H. Frazier & Co., To E. S. Askew & Bro., 11 March 1871

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This is an addendum to the 10 March 1871 letter about another steamboat, the GREAT WESTERN, with an engine similar to plan No. 2.

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EH Frazier & Co.

East Baltimore Iron and Brass Works, 132 and 134 Thames St. Baltimore To: E. S. Askew & Bro., Harrellsville, Hertford County, N. C.


Baltimore March 11, 1871


Since I closed your letter we had to repair a small steamer called the great western and is just such a nother [another] boat as you proposed to build only she is sharp at both Ends. and has got an Engine in her on the plan of No 2 that we proposed to make for you and if I had once thought of it when you was here I could have showed you the Boat


Respectfully Yours

E.H. Frazier & Co.


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Citation: E. H. Frazier & Co. to E. S. Askew & Bro., March 11, 1871, Baltimore, MD, Askew Family Papers.
Location: East Carolina Manuscript Collection, Manuscripts and Rare Books, Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC 27858 USA
Call Number:Askew Family Papers, #298.1.b   Display Collection Guide
 

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