1871-1900 Yaquina Head Lighthouse Letter books

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Box 45 CF missing boxes of lens glass and skylights 1873

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February 13, (187)3.

Major N. Michler, San Francisco.

Sixteen boxes and sixteen pieces Foulweather lantern, and three boxes of glass shipped by Ocean Queen from New York in March last. Bill of lading sent to Williamson and received by you. Three boxes containing parts of lantern are missing, and must be in San Francisco. Let Winship hunt(?) them up and inform Robert and Board of result. Suspend all payment for freight.

Elliot

Charge to L. H. Board

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February 13, (187)3

Major H. M. Robert, Portland, Oregon.

Sixteen boxes in addition to three boxes glass for Foulweather lantern were shipped in March by Ocean Queen. Bills of la(n)ding were sent to Williamson. Michler has been directed to have Winship hunt them up and inform you. If necessary go to San Francisco yourself and inform Board of result.

Elliot

Charge to L. H. Board

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February 13, (187)3

Sir:

The following telegram has been this day sent you.

"Sixteen boxes in addition to three boxes glass for Foulweather lantern were shipped in March by Ocean Queen. Bills of la(n)ding were sent to Williamson. Michler has been directed to have Winship hunt them up and inform you. If necessary, go to San Francisco yourself and inform Board of result.

Very respectfully. George H. Elliot Major of Engineers, U.S.A. Engineer Secretary

Major H. M. Robert Corps of Engineers, U.S.A. L. H. Engineer. Portland, Oregon.

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February 13 (187)3

Sir:

The following telegram has been this day sent you:

"Sixteen boxes and sixteen pieces Foulweather lantern and three boxes of glass were shipped by Ocean Queen from New York in March last. Bills la(n)ding sent to Williamson. Three boxes containing parts of lantern missing and must be in San Francisco. Let Winship hunt them up, and inform Robert and Board of result. Suspend all payment for freight."

Very respectuflly. George H. Elliot Major of Engineers, U.S.A. Engineer Secretary

Major N. Michler. Corps of Engineers, U.S.A. L.H. Engineer. San Francisco, California.

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1870-73 Lighthouse Board Annual Reports

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1873

answer your purpose the general supervision of the works to continue in yourself without the necessity of a Superintendent of Construction.

However if you cannot get along without such an employee, the Board will forward your nomination to the Secretary of the Treasury with its approval, when you send the name of the person you desire for the position.

Feb. 13

From Engineer Secretary Major G.H. Elliot To Major H.M. Robert Corps Engineers

Sixteen boxes in addition to three boxes glass for Foulweather lantern were shipped in March by Ocean Queen. Bills of lading were sent to Williamson. Michler has been directed to have Winship hunt them up and inform you. If necessary go to San Francisco yourself and inform Board of results.

Feb. 18

From Engineer Secretary Major G.H. Elliot To Major H.M. Robert Corps Engineers

Were the bronze rabbets of the missing lantern posts received? Michler says the three boxes were lost.

Feb. 20

From Engineer Secretary Major G.H. Elliot To Major H.M. Robert Corps Engineers

Missing parts lantern will be shipped in four weeks.

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