Frick writes Carnegie about the need to replace Dick with Grammer as President for the road in the Bessemer Railroad matter, he also wishes to keep the Judge Reed on as chairman seeing as he is well-liked.

April 28, 1898

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Frick writes Carnegie about the need to replace Dick with Grammer as President for the road in the Bessemer Railroad matter, he also wishes to keep the Judge Reed on as chairman seeing as he is well-liked.