1911 Letter from Andrew Meneely of Meneely & Co. to Rev. Wylie, about the bell that the foundry made for a church in Iowa City in 1849.
A letter from Andrew Meneely, President and General Manager of the Meneely Foundry in West Troy, New York. The letter was written to Rev. D. W. Wylie and describes the record (dated Aug. 16, 1849) of a bell being made for a church in Iowa City. The letter is in response to a previous letter written by Rev. Wylie, which was related to the Church’s missing bell. Meneely references Rev. Dexter P. Smith, who was pastor of the Baptist Church in Iowa City.
|Coverage||Iowa City, Iowa; West Troy, New York|
|Rights||Educational use only|
|Collection||First Presbyterian Church|
|Tags||bells, churches, D. W. Wylie, Dexter P. Smith, first presbyterian church, foundries, Meneely & Co., pastors|