J. T. Wyatt, Faith, N. C., Granite contractor


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    Illustrated advertisement from J. T. Wyatt, "successor to E. E. Phillips in the millstone business" and "proprietor of Wyatt's Mountain Granite Works", which will furnish stones for curbing, grinding gold, corn and wheat, and making "rustic granite monuments", such as "the one just erected to the memory of the Revolutionary soldiers...unveiled July 2nd, 1897 in the Public Square, in Newton, N. C." They will also buy Indian relics..., as well as mineral specimens" which they will add "to our cabinet of minerals and take them to the N. C. State Fair..." They have furnished "Rubble paving stones for...Asheville", "...granite to build the Watt mansion..." and "large granite engine beds to go under steam engines...for the Eno cotton mills at Hillsboro, N. C."
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