Papers, 1840-1882.


Wheatley, Charles Moore, 1822-1882. Papers, 1840-1882.

Papers, 1840-1882.

This is a small but diverse collection documenting Wheatley's interests in mines and mining technology, paleontology, mineralogy, and shells. There are sketches of Wheatley's mine near Phoenixville, Pennsylvania; estimates of costs of machinery, and a list of furnace products sent to the Centennial Exposition.

ca. 750 items.

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