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Dunning & Donaghe letters to Thomas W. Smith & Co., 1828-1831.

Author: Dunning & Donaghe (New Haven, Conn.)
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Manuscript   Book : English
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14 ALS from Dunning & Donaghe, a lumberyard company in New Haven, Connecticut to Thomas W. Smith & Co., proprietors of a lumber mill in Augusta, Maine. The letters, primarily lumber orders, reflect Dunning & Donaghe's concern with lumber quality and interest in the possibilities for hemlock boards. Bills of timber are given for the building of the new statehouse in New Haven (designed by Ithiel Town and opened in  Read more...
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Named Person: Ithiel Town
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Archival Material, Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dunning & Donaghe (New Haven, Conn.)
OCLC Number: 702162880
Description: 14 items.

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14 ALS from Dunning & Donaghe, a lumberyard company in New Haven, Connecticut to Thomas W. Smith & Co., proprietors of a lumber mill in Augusta, Maine. The letters, primarily lumber orders, reflect Dunning & Donaghe's concern with lumber quality and interest in the possibilities for hemlock boards. Bills of timber are given for the building of the new statehouse in New Haven (designed by Ithiel Town and opened in 1830), wharf logs needed by the (Farmington?) Canal Committee, as well as for an unidentified small church and three small dwellings.

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