THE BERLIN IRON BRIDGE COMPANY,
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co. : Orwell, Vt.
Gentlemen—Yours of the 8th inst. at hand. In reply would say, the bridge
you erected for us this season has given entire satisfaction.
Yours truly, John Hall, Chairman Selectmen.
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co. : Champlain, N. Y.
Gentlemen—The Parabolic Truss Bridge, 105 feet span, 14 feet roadway, built
for us two years ago, has proved satisfactory to the commissioner and also the best
men of the town. I can cheerfully and safely recommend the Parabolic Truss Bridge
to any town that needs a safe, first-class iron highway bridge.
Yours respectfully, Lemuel North, Com. Highways.
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co. : PUTNEY, Vt.
Gentlemen—The iron bridge you built for our town gives good satisfaction, and
all that have spoken about it are well pleased with it. Any town in want of a good
iron highway bridge, in my opinion, will find the Parabolic Truss Bridge, built by the
East Berlin Iron Bridge Company, to be just what they want.
Yours truly, M. C. Ingalls, Chairman Selectmen.
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co. : Mt. Morris, N. Y.
Gentlemen—The iron bridge and the stone work which you erected for this
town over the Ceshaqua at Tuscarora the past summer, is, in all respects, satisfactory
to the public, myself, and the engineer, E. A. Fisher, of Rochester.
Yours respectfully, Willard Sherman, Com. Highways.
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co. : Euclid, N. Y.
Gentlemen—Our bridge gives general satisfaction. It is a nice structure, and
all went off without any disagreemeut on either side. Yours truly,
Edward Clay, Com. Highways.
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co. : BUXTON, Me.
Gentlemen—We have two of your bridges across the Saco River, that divides
Buxton from Hollis; one span of 76 feet, built in 1885, tne other two spans of 116
and 119 feet, each built in 1880. Both bridges are as perfect in form to-day as when
built, and we are confident there is not a person in either town but that is fully
satisfied with both bridges. As fast as our bridges need repairs, we are sure the
tax-payers in town will be in favor of giving the preference to the Berlin Iron
Bridge Company. Very respectfully, John G. Locke, |
Geo. S. Adams, >■ Selectmen.
J. H. Bradbury, J
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co. : WOODBURY, CoNN.
Gentlemen.—We hereby certify that the iron bridge erected by your company
last fall, continues to give the best of satisfaction, and, as agents of the town, we
shall recommend the erection of iron instead of wood, as our bridges need replacing
in the future. W. A. Strong, "j
Calvin Lines, I Selectmen.
Vincent M. Barnes, J
We have built two Iron Bridges for this town since above was written.
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co. : RlCHFORD, N. Y.
Gentlemen—Yours of the 27th ult. received, and in reply will say, that your
bridge so far has given good satisfaction to the public. We think that we have as
good a bridge as there is in this section. Yours truly,
M. L. Gee, Com. of Highways.
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co. :
Gentlemen—As far as I know
, the bridges are entirely satisfactory.
Yours truly, S. H. Clark, Chairman Selectmen.
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co.: Charleston, N. Y.
Gentlemen—Yours of the 7th at hand. In answer to how we like the bridge,
it gives entire satisfaction; all of the community are well satisfied.
Yours truly, Siras Goewey, Com. of Highways.
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co., East Berlin : RlCHFORD, Vt.
Gentlemen—The iron bridge of 118^ feet span, 20 feet roadway, and two
walks of five feet each, built by your company for our town last summer, proves
satisfactory in every respect. It is stiff and rigid. We allow all to drive on it as
they please. Would take pleasure in recommending your bridge above any other
we have ever seen, to parties wishing to build iron bridges. Yours truly,
J. S. Dailey, Selectman.
Office of Lake George and Warrensburg Plank Road Co.
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co. : Warrenburg, N, Y.
Gentlemen—We are to-day in receipt of your letter of the 28th inst, asking
"if the iron bridge built by you still continues to give general satisfaction, and also
can we recommend the bridge made by you, to other parties." The one built for us
is as erect and firm as upon the day it was put up, and has not cost us a cent, with
the exception of painting. We regret very much that the advices and wishes of your
agent, Mr. John Towne, "that we erect 16 ft. instead of a 13 ft. roadway," was not
acceded to by us, as it would have given the bridge a much better appearance.
Respectfully yours, Henry Griffing, Treasurer.
EAST BERLIN, CONNECTICUT, U. S. A.