Andrew Clow & Co., Merchants, Philadelphia papers, 1789-1800
Scope and Contents
Letters, accounts, and receipts of Andrew Clow and Co., a Philadelphia mercantile firm that traded with Great Britain, France, Germany, Spain, the West Indies and southern coastal United States ports.
- Andrew Clow & Co. (Organization)
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Extent2 linear feet (5 boxes)
Biographical / Historical
Andrew Clow & Co. was a merchant shipping firm formed by partners Andrew Clow and David Cay. Both men died in the 1793 yellow fever epidemic.
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