Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 3555. Letter, 12 March 1907, from Malcolm H. Crump, Bowling Green, Kentucky, to The Sicilian Asphalt Paving Company, New York City. Crump asks the principals to meet with the former manager of an Edmonson County, Kentucky stone and paving company during his coming visit to New York and obtain his advice on the production of rock asphalt. Written on the letterhead of the Kentucky Jamestown Exposition Commission, the letter displays a graphic of a replica of Fort Boonesboro (Kentucky’s building at the Exposition) and lists the Commissioners.
United States History
Folklife Archives, Manuscripts &, "Crump, Malcolm Hart, 1849-1925 (SC 3555)" (2020). MSS Finding Aids. Paper 4874.