|Title||Copy of Letter from Lowmoor Iron Works to William H. Power dated 11 October 1912|
|Collection||Sayre Iron Works - Cumming collection|
|Description/Scope & Content||Copy of letter from Lowmoor Iron Works to William H. Power, secretary-treasurer of Sayre Iron Works, dated October 11, 1912. This copy was forwarded to James M. Cumming, the newly elected president of Sayre Iron Works. The letter informs that Sayre had accepted two cars of iron, but had not paid for them. The account amounts to $842.07. Typed on light brown paper and signed.|
|Extent of Description||1 leaf|
|Related units of description||
Although the letter states that C.M. Sager was president of Sayre Iron Works, there had recently been a change of management, see 1990.7.14-15
Cumming, James McPherson, Sr.
Power, William H.
Sager, C. M.
|Parent Collection record||19188.8.131.52|