Marsden, Frank Lee
- Existence: 1857 (date of birth) - 1923 (date of death)
Frank Lee Marsden was born in 1853 and resided in Bernhard's Bay, Oswego County, New York. He was the son of Linus P. Marsden, a successful businessman who, among other endeavors, held partial ownership in the glass factory Potter & Marsden. Frank Lee Marsden appears to have worked for A. F. Purdy & Co., as he signed much of the business's correspondence in the 1890s. He later worked as a postmaster and banker. He died in 1923.
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Collection — Box: 01
Scope and Contents The A. F. Purdy & Co. Letter Copy Book contains copies of outgoing business correspondence regarding the sale and delivery of silica sand to glass factories. Most of the correspondence is to their glass factory clients and the railroads and shipping operations that transported the sand. These letters discuss the price of the sand, the amount to be shipped, and other workings of the silica sand mining business. Researchers will also find business correspondence regarding the sale and...