|Title||Letter from C. M. Liphart to William H. Power dated 21 September 1912|
|Collection||Sayre Iron Works - Cumming collection|
|Description/Scope & Content||The letter is from C. M. Liphart, president of Richmond Structural Steel Co., to William H. Power, secretary-treasurer of Sayre Iron Works. It acknowledges and agrees to the request for additional payment. The letter states "We are glad that we made such a good showing for the first three months, working under such difficulties..." Letter typed on letterhead with address "Richmond Structural Steeel Co., Incorporated Manufacturers of Structural Steel and Ornamental Iron Richmond, Va." and a list of executive board members. Signed in dark ink.|
|Extent of Description||1 leaf|
|Related units of description||
Response to 1990.7.25
For Mr. R. P. Liphart's letter, see 1990.7.182
Addison, J. H.
Addison, W. M.
Liphart, R. P.
Meredith, Wyndham R.
Moncure, J. A.
Power, William H.
|Parent Collection record||19188.8.131.52|