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Booth

James C. Booth was the U.S. Mint (Philadelphia) melter and refiner from 1849-1887. His papers are at the Science History Institute in Philadelphia (https://digital.sciencehistory.org/collections/kk91fk97p, link accessed 4/2021).

 

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5 entries found for [year:1885]

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    Operations of Melter-Refiner Department 4/21/1885

    Operations of Melter-Refiner Department

    Extract from the James C. Booth papers at the Science History Institute (Phialdelphia). Booth was the U.S. Mint (Philadelphia) melter & refiner from 1849-1887. Metadata courtesy of Roger W. Burdette.

    Method of Operating Melter-Refiner Department 8/20/1885

    Method of Operating Melter-Refiner Department

    Extract from the James C. Booth papers at the Science History Institute (Phialdelphia). Booth was the U.S. Mint (Philadelphia) melter & refiner from 1849-1887. Metadata courtesy of Roger W. Burdette.

    Requirements silver melting furnace 9/21/1885

    Requirements silver melting furnace

    Extract from the James C. Booth papers at the Science History Institute (Phialdelphia). Booth was the U.S. Mint (Philadelphia) melter & refiner from 1849-1887. Metadata courtesy of Roger W. Burdette.

    Pickling and cleaning cents 10/16/1885

    Pickling and cleaning cents

    Extract from the James C. Booth papers at the Science History Institute (Phialdelphia). Booth was the U.S. Mint (Philadelphia) melter & refiner from 1849-1887. Metadata courtesy of Roger W. Burdette.

    Personal stocks owned 11/4/1885

    Personal stocks owned

    Extract from the James C. Booth papers at the Science History Institute (Phialdelphia). Booth was the U.S. Mint (Philadelphia) melter & refiner from 1849-1887. Metadata courtesy of Roger W. Burdette.

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