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J. J. Sullivan Correspondence
Identifier: SpC MS 1375-sc
Scope and Contents The collection contains both incoming and copies of outgoing correspondence of J.J. Sullivan from 1928-1930. Most of the correspondence concerns his activities advising various paper companies on procuring types of pulp and rag to be used in the mills or deciding which types of machines were best for their operations. Some of the letters concern an experimental paper drying machine developed by Proctor & Schwartz and in use at the Brown Co. in Berlin, N.H. Also included in the collection...