Coal & Coke
Coal & Coke
This collection contains all items within the West Overton Archives related to the coal & coke industries. This collection is not yet completed.
Archival data from the Youngwood Historical and Railroad Museum. Mentioned in the archival data are Abraham Overholt and West Overton, in relation to coal & coke in western Pennsylvania.
A letter written by Henry Clay Frick that is addressed to B.F. Coughenner & Co. The letter is dated March 30, 1878 and regards coal and coke related business between the two parties. The letter was written on H.C. Frick & Co. stationery.
A H.C. Frick Coke Co. check signed by Henry Clay Frick. The check is dated July 27, 1883, is marked to pay to the order of "cash", and had a value of one hundred dollars.
A H.C. Frick Coke Co. check signed by Henry Clay Frick. It is dated July 30, 1889, marked pay to the order of "cash", and had a value of one thousand dollars. "H.C. Frick" was written on the accompanying envelope in pencil. Additionally, the envelope…
A typed letter from the H.C. Frick Coke Company addressed to Assistant General Superintendent W. H. Glasgow regarding an offer for the purchase of property and coal. Two different scans of the same letter have been included for readability purposes.
A list of notices served on strikers of H.C. Frick Coke Company on May 1st, to be out on May 5th, 1894.
Two typed, undated reports of mining accidents. It is believed that the miners worked for the H.C. Frick Coke Company. The accession number of these documents were written in pen by a second hand.
A self-addressed envelope belonging to H.C. Frick Coke Company. A 2 cent stamp was attached to the envelope, which is undated.
A blank H.C. Frick Coke Company letterhead. There are 26 identical, blank copies in this archive folder.
An envelope with a H.C. Frick Coke Company insignia. The envelope was addressed to Mr. J.K. Clark in Greensburg, PA. A stamp on the back of the envelope dates it to 1896. A 2 cent stamp has also been attached to this envelope.