Letter from I. Lowthian Bell to Andrew Carnegie, 28 November 1882 - Completed!

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[insignia featuring bird of prey and three branches] Rounton Grange Northallerton
Telegrams to be addressed to Middlesborough.
28 Nov 1882
My dear Mr. Carnegie
I am interesting myself in a very important invention consisting in the obtaining of petroleum oil and ammonia from coke ovens.-
Would you feel inclined to take up the discovery in the United States?
Some wonderful results have been obtained from some kinds of coal here - Yours faithfully
I. Lowthian Bell
Edgar Thomson Works
Pittsburg
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I have written Mr. Bell that we should be disposed to take up anything he thought well of.
He's a large coke manfr, scientific & sound.
AC
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Completed!

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Bell, I. Lowthian (Isaac Lowthian), 1816-1904, “Letter from I. Lowthian Bell to Andrew Carnegie, 28 November 1882 - Completed!,” Transcribe Frick, accessed May 18, 2024, https://transcribe.frick.org/items/show/8039.

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