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Herder Cutlery Collection, 1847-1980

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Creator:
Herder Cutlery
Collector:
Domestic Life, Division of (NMAH, SI)
Subject:
Herder, Clarenbach
Herder, Herman
Herder, Leopold
Herder, Charles
Herder Family
Herder Cutlery, Inc
Clarenbach and Herman Herder
L. Herder and Son
Herder-Fine Cutlery
Physical description:
3 cubic feet
5 boxes
Type:
Photographs
Collection descriptions
Place:
Philadelphia (Pa.)
Date:
1847
1847-1980
19th century
Notes:
The Herder Family had several cutlery busineses in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Clarenbach and Herman Herder, 606 Arch Street; L. Herder and Son, founded 1871 by Herman's son Leopold, the elder of two sons; Herder-Fine Cutlery, founded by younger son, Charles, 830 Arch Street; and Herder's Cutlery, Inc.
Summary:
Corporate records, correspondence, financial records, newsclippings, personal papers, photographs, and sales records of several Herder family cutlery businesses in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Cite as:
Herder Cutlery Collection, 1847-1980, coll. 50, Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Topic:
Cutlery trade
Data Source:
Archives Center - NMAH

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