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 Consolidations : National Tube Company

Page entitled : American Tube & Iron and Riverside Iron Works

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The Mathesons and their American Tube & Iron Company and the Riverside Iron Works, controlled by the Hearne family, constituents of the National Tube Company  

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...  American Tube & Iron Co contributed much to the technological advancement of iron and steel tube manufacturing, notably with their invention of the “Matheson joint”. With an aggregate capacity of 500 tons per day and its 2000 employees, the American Tube & Iron Company was the second largest tube manufacturing concern in the USA, a fact hardly reflected  ...

 

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