|Title||Duplicate of Letter from William H. Power to George Culbreth Thomas dated 10 June 1912|
|Collection||Sayre Iron Works - Cumming collection|
|Description/Scope & Content||Duplicate of letter from William H. Power, secretary-treasurer of Sayre Iron Works, to George Culbreth Thomas, likely the owner of Sayre Iron Works, dated June 10, 1912. Letter states that Power is unable to send the late check for $50 due to a late shipment of iron delaying operations. However, he hopes to send the check later in the week due to "good prospects for closing a contract at once for the operation of the plant" which will be to their "mutual advantage", alluding to the lease agreement with the Richmond Structural Steel Company. Typed in light brown paper and unsigned.|
|Extent of Description||1 leaf|
|Related units of description||For more about the contract mentioned in this letter, see Series 1|
Power, William H.
Thomas, George Culbreth
|Parent Collection record||19220.127.116.11|