Shenandoah County Library Archives

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Four page report of "M.M. Campbell" who was the court appointed receiver for the Liberty Iron Company between June 1891 and August 1892.

Campbell was appointed receiver of the company by the US District Court while there was a case pending…

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Photograph showing the aftermath of a wreck involving a train on the the "Dinky" Railroad which connected Edinburg Virginia with the iron operations at Liberty Furnace. The wreck occured on March 2, 1911 when the railroad trestle crossing Stony Creek…

This letter was sent by Samuel Maddox, an attorney in Washington DC, to William Rush (W.R.) Merriam, President of the Shenandoah Iron and Coal Company, on November 23 1908. It discusses Maddox's recent visit to the Liberty Furnace area and some of…

A letter written to W.R. Merriam of the Liberty Iron Furnace Company threatening to destroy the "Dinky" railroad, which connected the furnace with Edinburg Virginia, unless James Sine and Thomas Foltz were fired.
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