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Subseries 1. Union Iron & Steel Company, 1884-1889

Scope and Content Notes:

This subseries contains letters sent from the Union Steel Company by J.C. Morse, Vice-President and later President of the company. A small portion of the correspondence are letters from H.A. Gray, Secretary and Treasurer of the Union Iron & Steel to E.M. Ferguson, the partial owner of H.C. Frick & Company. The Gary/Ferguson letters concern coke matters, such as supply of coke to the Union Steel Company and the labor situation in the Connellsville coke region. It is important to note that the letters from the Union Steel Company provide more personal content on matters concerning strikes and striking employees than much of the business correspondence found in other series. The correspondence in this subseries date from 1884 to 1889.


Box 653
Folder 1 Union Steel Co., Correspondence, January 1884-January 1886
Folder 2 Union Steel Co., Correspondence, January 1886
Folder 3 Union Steel Co., Correspondence, February 1886
Folder 4 Union Steel Co., Correspondence, March 1886
Folder 5 Union Steel Co., Correspondence, April 1886
Folder 6 Union Steel Co., Correspondence, April 1886
Folder 7 Union Steel Co., Correspondence, May 1886
Folder 8 Union Steel Co., Correspondence, May 1886
Folder 9 Union Steel Co., Correspondence, June 1886
Folder 10 Union Steel Co., Correspondence, July 1886
Folder 11 Union Steel Co., Correspondence, August-September 1886
Folder 12 Union Steel Co., Correspondence, October-November 1886
Folder 13 Union Steel Co., Correspondence, December 1886
Folder 14 Union Steel Co., Correspondence, July-September 1887
Folder 15 Union Steel Co., Correspondence, October 1887
Folder 16 Union Steel Co., Correspondence, November 1887
Folder 17 Union Steel Co., Correspondence, December 1887
Folder 18 Union Steel Co., Correspondence, January 1889
Folder 19 Union Steel Co., Correspondence, February 1889
Folder 20 Union Steel Co., Correspondence, March 1889
Folder 21 Union Steel Co., Correspondence, April-May 1889