5 edition of Album of designs of the Phoenixville Bridge-works found in the catalog.
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The Phoenix Iron Works ( Phoenix Iron Company; Phoenix Iron & Steel Company; Phoenix Steel Corporation), located in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, was a manufacturer of iron and related products during the 19th century and early 20th century.
Phoenix Iron Company was a major producer of cannons for the Union Army during the American Civil War. Album of designs of the Phoenixville Bridge-works: Clarke, Reeves & Co., office no.
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