THE BERLIN IRON BRIDGE COMPANY,
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co. : Whitefield, N. H.
Gentlemen—We have had one of your iron bridges in use since 1883, and it
has given entire satisfaction and we can recommend it to any town in want of a
first-class bridge. Yours truly, A. W. Miner, Chairman Selectmen.
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co. : CHESTER, Vt.
Gentlemen—The iron bridge you built for the town of Chester last August is
a first-class iron bridge, and so far has given entire satisfaction to the tax-payers and
the community at large. Material and workmanship appear to be good, the bridge
firm and rigid. We would recommend any town to examine your bridge before
purchasing elsewhere. Yours truly, Calvin S. Hinds, Chairman Selectmen.
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co. : Salamanca, N. Y.
Gentlemen—This town has now five spans of Parabolic Truss Iron Bridges put
up by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.—three span of 133^ feet 20 ft. roadway with two
five-foot walks, put up in 1883, one span 85 feet in 1884, and one span 150 feet 20
ft. roadway, in 1886, put up in place of a two span of iron bridge removed.
All of these bridges give perfect satisfaction to the town and are admired by every
one. Yours truly, J. E. Champlin, Commissioner of Highways.
ell pleased with the bridge you built
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co. :
Gentlemen—I can cheerfully say, we
for us last summer, and also the 200 ft span you built four years ago, between this
town and the town of Shelburne. Both are giving the best of satisfaction. If more
iron bridges were to be built this would be the one preferred.
Yours very truly, Franklin Pease, Chairman Selectmen.
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co.: Canandaigua, N. Y.
Gentlemen—We, the Commissioners of Highways of the town of Canandaigua,
do heartily endorse the Parabolic Truss Bridge manufactured by you. We have one
low truss and four high truss bridges that have been tried forthe last five years, and
they meet the approbation of the public. Wre, as a board of commissioners, cannot
speak too highly of the material and workmanship in your bridges. May the good
work go on. Yours truly, Dewitt Haire, ")
Homer A. Davis, J- Commissioners of Highways.
G. M. Duel, J
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co.:
Gentlemen—We have now used the Concrete bridge
the towns of Westerly, R. I., and Stonington, Conn., and we are
there is no better bridge in the New England States. Yours truly,
B. Court Bentley, Chairman Town Council.
Westerly, R. I.
hich you bui't between
Vily satisfied* that
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co. : SACO, Me.
Gentlemen—In answer to your inquiry of January 22d, would say it gives me
great pleasure to say that the bridge built by your company in the city of Saco, some
four years ago, has given entire satisfaction, and that the larger one of over 300 feet
in length, constructed by you the past summer for the cities of Saco and Biddeford
•ombined, is, in my judgment, superior to the other in consequence of several
improvements in construction which you have adopted.
Yours very truly, Roscoe L. Bowers, Mayor.
Since above was written, we have built another bridge in this city for a new board
of city officers.
Berlin Iron Bridge Co.: Pike, N. Y.
Dear Sir—I am in receipt of your favor of December 8th. In reply thereto
I would say we have several iron bridges in this town, two of which were made by
the Berlin Iron Bridge Co. I consider the bridge you built for me last fall to be
the best one in western New York, without exception; it is so conceded by all who
have seen it. It is a model of strength, workmanship, and beauty.
Yours truly, J. A. Phillips, Commissioner of Highways.
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co. : Chateaugay, N. Y.
Gentlemen—This is to certify that the town of Chateaugay, N. Y., during the
summer of 1886, purchased of the Berlin Iron Bridge Co. two Parabolic Truss
Bridges, which are giving the best of satisfaction. It is believed that these bridges
are the best in the market. Yours truly,
N . G. Douglas, Town Clerk.
R. W. Anderson, Supervisor.
H. W Derby, 1
J. M. Warren, I
H. A. Stoughton, j
H. H. Hill, J
John Daskin, Commissioner of Highway.
The Berlin Iron Bridge Co. : Jewett City, Conn.
Gentlemen—In reply to yours of the nth, I have to say, the two bridges made
by you, of iron, are in place: one 62 feet and the other 102 feet long. I am very
much pleased with them, and am satisfied that they are constructed on the right
principle and are destined to be the bridge of- the future.
J. O. Sweet, Agent Ashland Cotton Co.
Berlin Iron Bridge Co.: Evans Mills, N. Y.
Dear Sir—The two iron bridges built this fall by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.,
give entire satisfaction to all that have seen them, and I think they are the best
bridges now in use. B. M. Strong, Commissioner of Highways.
EAST BERLIN, CONNECTICUT, U. S. A,