Letter written by Bernard Dahlgren, who worked for Archibald McCall. Dahlgren mentions items McCall was supposed to get for Victor du Pont as well as sending saltpeter, sulfur, and gunpowder samples to du Pont.
Reading Company (former owner), Pinkerton's National Detective Agency (originator), Gowen, Franklin B. (Franklin Benjamin), 1836-1889 (correspondent), Pinkerton, Allan, 1819-1884 (correspondent), Franklin, Benjamin, 1830?-1901 (correspondent)
Communication encloses a continuation of the report of William McC., who is operating among the coal miners at St. Nicholas, Pennsylvania. The report primarily details local union activities and the state of the labor strike, and the report includes the time period from to 1875-04-02 to 1875-04-13.
Correspondence regarding the passage of Phil and Pat Dougherty (Bridget Dougherty, sponsor), Daniel Forrest (William Forrest, sponsor), A. Thompson, Pat Kilday, James Cullen (Hugh McLaughlin, sponsor), William Boyle (James Connelly, sponsor), Jane Steel (James Peoples, sponsor), Gabella Steel, Catharine Harkin, James McConnellogue, Manus Boyle, Mary Boyle (Ja. Miller, sponsor), James Carr (Cornelius Carr, sponsor), Jane Clark, William Larkin, Mary Toner, Kitty Harkin, Ann Ewing, and M and J McEvey (Daniel McEvey, sponsor).