Manuscript Collection

William Hill's Iron Works Exhibit Notecards - Accession 433 M174 (215)

Title

William Hill's Iron Works Exhibit Notecards - Accession 433 M174 (215)

Authors

William Hill

Files

Download William Hill's Ironworks Article (1) by Louise Pettus (184 KB)

Download William Hill's Ironworks Article (2) by Louise Pettus (184 KB)

Download William Hill's Ironworks Article (3) by Louise Pettus (179 KB)

Identifier

Accession 433 - M174 (215)

Inclusive Dates

1980

Restrictions

Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections

Collection Size

28 pieces

Language

English

Historical Note

Colonel William Hill (1741-1816) was owner of William Hill’s Ironworks in York County and served under General Thomas Sumter in the American Revolution.

For more information concerning William Hill's Ironworks please consult the articles by Louise Pettus above.

Scope and Content Note

The William Hill Iron Works Notecards consist of photocopies of note cards containing information on the Aetna Iron Works of York County, South Carolina owned by William Hill. This information was used by the staff of the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts in Winston-Salem, North Carolina in an exhibit titled, “Southern Cast Iron.” Also included is a bibliography of information on the cast iron industry.

Provenance

The William Hill's Iron Works Exhibit Note Cards were given to the Archives by the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts via Cathy Rowe and Rosemary N. Estes.

Copyright

For information concerning copyright please contact the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections at Winthrop University.

William Hill's Iron Works Exhibit Notecards - Accession 433 M174 (215)

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