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Historically the appellation "founder" was given to the supervisor of a blast furnace, and persons who made castings in iron or other heavy metal. The term is also often applied to the company or works in which an iron foundry operates.
- "The iron founder" supplement. A complete illustrated exposition of the art of casting in iron. Also, the founding of statues; the art of taking casts, pattern modelling; useful formulas and tables (1893)
- Edward Hazen, Reuben S. Gilbert, Abraham John Mason, John Ludlow Morton, Stephen H. Gimber, Raphael Hoyle, Charles Burton Uriah Hunt, 1837
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