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Cooperstown Aqueduct Association Records
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Scope and Content Note
Records of the Cooperstown Aqueduct Association consist of correspondence, indentures, contracts, act of incorporation, court order, engineer's report on pollution of the Susquehanna River, minutes of meetings, promissory notes, stock notices, and bank books. Includes Edward Clark correspondence.
The Cooperstown Aqueduct Association was incorporated in 1827 with the purpose of supplying Cooperstown, Otsego County, N.Y. with water.
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