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Page entitled : Morris, Tasker & Co and Oil Well Supply Company tube works

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Morris, Tasker & Company's Pascal Iron Works and Delaware Iron Co, John Eaton and the Oil Well Supply Company's tube works, Continental Tube and Elba Iron Works 

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...  Henry G. and Wistar Morris, Stephen’s brothers, and Thomas Taylor Tasker. At about that time it started to manufacture pipes. In 1836 the firm acquired land in the Southwark district of Philadelphia and started to erect its famous Pascal Iron Works, which would eventually grow to 12 acres of factory space. In 1842, Thomas Tasker received a patent for a water hydrant,  ...

 

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