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See also Meier, Adolphus. Adolphus Meir & Co. (certainly a misspelling of
Adolphus Meier & Co.).
The company made also Panel Raising Planes and figures in the Guide to the Makers of American Wooden Planes.
In 1860 Adolphus Meier & Co. was engaged in Hardware & Cutlery and owned a Cotton Factory in South St. Louis at Lafayette, Menard & Soulard Streets. Guns and gunlocks with this company name are known.
See bills and resolutions, house of Representatives, 31st Congress 1st Session of March 13, 1850 bill for the relief of Adolphus Meier & Co., St. Louis.
See Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States, Dokument of Tuesday, January 3, 1854, page 150, petition of Adolphus Meier & Co.
Colonal Fielding Mansfield of the 54th Regiment of Indiana Volunteer Infantry acted as their salesman for hardware in 1867.
Adolhpus Meier & Co. was eventually sold out to McCombs, Keller & Byrnes in the 1870s.