Pendleton & Boardman Foundry, 636 Eleventh Street, Augusta, Richmond County, GA
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636 Eleventh Street, Augusta, GA
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Documentation compiled after 1968.
Survey number HAER GA-10-A
Building/structure dates: 1867 initial construction
Significance: This foundry and machine works was the second such operation to be established on the second level of the Augusta Canal. It gradually grew in size until it was merged by George R. Lombard into the Lombard Iron Works and Supply Company. This establishment became Georgia's, and also one of the Nation's, largest such operations at the turn of the century.
Forging (metal Forming)
Augusta Iron & Steel Works
Lombard Iron Works & Supply Company
Pendleton & Boardman
Pendleton Foundry & Machine Works
Boardman, Henry M.
Lombard, George R.
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)
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