A Classification of American Wealth
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How the Haldane and Converse families built the National Tube Works at McKeesport Pa and grew it into the US foremost maker of tubing products 

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...  National Tube Works were established 1869 in East Boston by Harvey K. and John Haldane Flagler as a small plant specialized in welding iron tubes. But the business effectively took off after James Coggswell Converse, a financier, former international shipping merchant and John H. Flagler’s father-in-law, joined the firm and financed the erection of a larger plant in McKeesport, Pennsylvania.  ...


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