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in the March 25, 1938, issue of the Chicago Tribune.
“The piece of wrought-iron is a piece of steel that has been bent to the shape of a leg, or leg joint,” the article said.
“A piece of iron which is cut into this shape is called wrought-in iron.”
The article went on to say that the iron was then welded to the piece of welded iron, making the piece “woven” in iron and steel.
This article also appeared in the July 7, 1939, issue.
For a more detailed explanation of wrought and non-woven ironwork visit the Fair’s website: www.azstexas.gov/fair/about-fair/display.html