Business papers. 1929.


Haskins, C. N. (Charles Nelson), 1874-1942. Business papers. 1929.

Business papers. 1929.

Discusses possibility that the Dartmouth sun dial design (1773, Heath & Wing, makers) was used as a prototype for the Yaddo dial (F. Barker & Son, maker) owned by G. F. Peabody of Saratoga Springs. Includes photos and diagram of Peabody's dial prepared by A. G. Pardee.

ca. 9 pieces.

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