Sawyer Woolen Mills records
Scope and Contents
Incomplete records of a family woolen firm in Dover, New Hampshire, which began as F. A. and J. Sawyer, became Sawyer's Mills, Sawyer Woolen Mills, and Sawyer Woolen Company. There are daybooks, cash books, production and sales records, and unbound papers, the last-mentioned for the 1894-1900 period. F. A. and J. Sawyer were selling agents. The business was taken over by the American Woolen Company in 1899.
- Sawyer Woolen Mills (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research. Materials stored offsite; access requires advance notice. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Extent16 linear feet (38 volumes, 63 boxes)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of the heirs of Charles H. Sawyer, August 5, 1958.
- Sawyer Woolen Mills. Sawyer Woolen Mills Records, 1858-1902: A Finding Aid
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- January 2018
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