Bills of Lading Only a few Bills of Lading remain.
While these smaller concerns were making squares, the Eagle Square Company seemed to dominate the square industry in the valley.
Great as a dishcloth, washcloth or with other squares to form a blanket or afghan.
Bound Volumes The Letter Books 1864-1903 have been placed at the beginning of the bound volumes, because they provide a discursive introduction to these volumes.
The final series under Purchase Orders contains orders relating to Eagle Square's line of Yard measures and includes both accounts payable and accounts receivable.
The story goes on to claim that Hawes, with typical Yankee ingenuity, welded two of these saws together at right angles, thereby producing the first steel carpenter's square.
More information about any Eagle Squares with the mark cast steel would be appreciated.