Southern Iron and Steel Company (Specimen)

Southern Iron and Steel Company (Specimen)
Item# 2163

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The Southern Iron and Steel Company was formed in 1909 as the successor to the Southern Steel Company. The company had general offices in the Brown-Marx Building in Birmingham, Alabama.

With the formation of the new entity, the company acquired the Gadsden Furnace No. 1 from its predecessor, the Rising Fawn Furnace (Georgia Steel Company), and the Ensley Works, at Ensley, Alabama.

In 1911, the company was consolidated with the Consolidated Coal and Iron Company and the Lake Borgne Canal Company.

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