Box 43 CF missing boxes of lens and glass and skylights 1873

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January 16 3

Major H.M. Robert, Portland, Oregon.

Foulweather telegram received. Enquiries will be made at once. It appears from your telegram that the whole number of cases and pieces for Foulweather Lantern shipped by General Woodruff were received by you.

Charge to Light House Board.

Elliot.

Last edit about 3 years ago by Friends of Yaquina Lighthouses
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January 16 (187)3

Colonel I. C. Woodruff, Tompkinsville, New York.

See your letter to Williamson of April first last. Sixteen cased and sixteen pieced have been received, but there are missing of Cape Foulweather lantern, eight lantern posts, sixteen floor lights, sixteen rafters, sixteen tie rods, and Lights Station ready for lighting. Where are they?

Elliot.

Charge to L. H. Board

Last edit almost 2 years ago by Jack Weinbender
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January 16 (187)3

Ames & Company, Chicopee, Massachusetts

Sixteen cases and sixteen pieces have been received, but there are missing of Cape Foulweather lantern, eight lantern posts, sixteen floor lights, sixteen rafters, sixteen tie rods, and Station ready for lighting. Where are they?

Charge to L. H. Board

Elliot.

Last edit about 3 years ago by Friends of Yaquina Lighthouses
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January 16

Sir:

The following telegram has been this day sent you:

"See your letter to Williamson of April first last. Sixteen cases and sixteen pieces have been received, but there are missing of Cape Foulweather lantern eight lantern posts, sixteen floor lights, sixteen rafters, sixteen tie rods, and "Station ready for lighting. Where are they?"

Col. I. C. Woodruff. Corps of Engineers, U.S.A. L.H. Engineer. New York City.

Very respectfully, George H. Elliot Major of Engineers, U.S.A. Engineer Secretary.

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January 16 (187)3

Sir: Your telegram of the 15th instant has been received, and the following answer has been this day sent you by telegraph:

"Foulweather telegram received. Enquiries will be made at once. It appears from your telegram that the whole number of cases and pieces for Foulweather lantern, shipped by General Woodruff has been received by you."

Very respectfully, Major H. M. Robert. Corps of Engineers, U.S.A. L.H. Engineer. Portland, Oregon.

George H. Elliot Major of Engineers, U.S.A. Engineer Secretary.

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