Records, 1954-1974.


First Iron Works Association. Records, 1954-1974.

Records, 1954-1974.

Newsletters, minutes, correspondence, programs, office lists, bylaws, U.S. Dept. of the Interior information package, and other records, chiefly relating to the reconstruction of the Saugus Iron Works (first successful iron works in North America established in 1645 in that part of Lynn, Mass., now known as Saugus) and its subsequent designation as a national historic landmark.

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