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Charles Lukens Huston papers

Accession 1174

Manuscripts and Archives Department, Hagley Museum and Library


PO Box 3630
Wilmington, Delaware, 19807
302-658-2400
research@hagley.org

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[Description and dates], Box/folder number, Charles Lukens Huston papers (Accession 1174), Hagley Museum and Library, Wilmington, DE 19807

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Descriptive Summary

Title: Charles Lukens Huston papers
Dates: 1806-1951, bulk 1870-1951
Accession Number: 1174
Creator: Huston, Charles Lukens, 1856-1951.
Extent: 53 linear feet
Language of Material: English
Repository: Hagley Museum and Library: Manuscripts and Archives Department
Abstract: Charles L. Huston (1856-1951) was an executive in the family business, Lukens Steel, and was active in religious and civic affairs. His papers are primarily personal in nature and include fragmentary Lukens Steel records.
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Administrative Information


Provenance

Huston's son, Stewart Huston, made the initial deposit in 1969 but after his death in 1971, his widow, Harriet C. Huston, continued to made subsequent deposits in 1974, 1976 and 1980. After the 1980 deposit, Ms. Huston formally gifted the entire group of papers to Hagley.

Location of Originals

The original manuscript for Rebecca Webb (Pennock) Lukens autobiography is located in the Lukens Steel Records (Accession 050). A transcript of the autobiography is also available in Box 3 of the Huston Family papers (Accession 1441).

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Biographical Note

Charles Lukens Huston was born in Coatesville, Pennsylvania on July 8, 1856, the second son of Dr. Charles Huston (1822-1897) and Isabella Pennock Huston (1822-1889). His maternal grandmother, Rebecca Webb (Pennock) Lukens (1794-1854) had inherited the Brandywine Iron Works & Nail Factory founded by her father Isaac Pennock in 1810. After Rebecca Lukens' death the elder Huston assumed control as Huston, Penrose & Company.

Charles L. Huston entered the family business as a bookkeeper in 1875. He was put in charge of the puddling mill in 1879, the plate mills in 1882 and the Open Hearth Department in 1891. He became a partner in 1879, and the firm was restyled Charles Huston & Sons in 1881. Upon incorporation as the Lukens Iron & Steel Company in 1890, C.L. Huston became second vice president. At his father's death, his brother Abram Francis Huston (1852-1930) became president and C.L. Huston vice president and works manager. Both brothers retired in 1925.

Charles L. Huston took an active part in religious and civic affairs. He was Director of the Poor for Chester County from 1907 to 1940, in which capacity he was greatly involved in the work of the Chester County Home and Hospital for the Insane. He was involved for most of his life in the Young Men's Christian Association and in the organization of the Presbyterian Church. He was a member of the National Association of Evangelicals, vice president of the World's Christian Fundamentals Association (1920-46) and a strong supporter of the Church's foreign missionary work and the Prohibition movement. He died at Coatesville, Pa. on March 14, 1951.

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Scope and Content

Consists of Huston's personal papers and Lukens Steel business records.

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Series Descriptions and Inventory

I. Lukens/Huston Ancestral Papers
A. Rebecca Webb (Pennock) Lukens, 1794-1854
6 linear inches
Box
1 Typescript, Rebecca Pennock Lukens, compiled by Anna M. P. Stern and corrected by J. Stewart Huston; 3 copies
1 Autobiography of Rebecca Webb (Pennock) Lukens; 14 pages photocopy
1 Rebecca Webb (Pennock) Lukens, "Statement...in connection with adjustment of her interest in her father's estate, and a history of her labors in conducting her business affairs," Brandywine, 10 September 1850
1 Deed of Solomon Lukens to Benjamin Miller for 117 acres of land in Chester County, 1844; parchment
Box
1a Framed letter from [Rebecca Lukens] to Hannah P. Steel in Philadelphia, 22 May 1837
B. Dr. Charles Huston, 1806-1900
6 linear feet
Scope and Content
Contains some personal papers, as well as financial and business documents.
Box
2 Letterbooks of business related correspondence, 1839-1894; 5 volumes
2 Bank books, 1880-1888, 1893-1895; 2 volumes
Box
3 General receipts, 1879-1896
3 Bonsall Farm receipts, 1878-1894
3 Family estate papers, 1865-1892
3 Trust accounts for William and Henry Huston, 1865-1873
Box
4 Correspondence A - M, 1870-1896
Box
5 Correspondence N - Y, 1870-1896
5 Financial, Miscellaneous and Mutual Fire Insurance of Chester County; 3 Folders
Box
6 Dr. Charles Huston Correspondence, diary entries, travels in Europe, 1844-1845
6 "Treatise on Diseases of the Eye" by Dr. Charles Huston, M.D., manuscript drafts
6 Estate of Joseph M. Oliver, M.D. of Coatesville, PA Dr. Charles Huston, Administrator, 1865-1866
6 Lukens Rolling Mill, general correspondence, 1859-1866
6 Wilmington and Reading Railroad Co., 1867; 3 items
6 Dr. Charles Huston estate: distribution to son Charles L. Huston from first account (docketed "W. S. Harlan, Coatesville, PA attorney), 8 February 1897-8 May 1899
6 Account book: Dr. Charles Huston, Guardian in account with J. Howard Thompson, 1873-1874 (with inserts, 1876, 1881)
6 Journal: Journal of Proceedings of the I[sabella] P[ennock] H[uston] Society of Coatesville, PA, 1900-1903
6 Legal transfer of Monongahela Navigation Co. bonds from Solomon Lukens to Martha P. Gibbons and Isabella P. Huston, 15 February 1873
Volume
7 Ledger of accounts of Dr. Charles Huston's medical practice, 1806-1816
Volume
8 Ledger re settlement of Robert Mendenhall Huston (b. 1795), Dr. Charles Huston's father) estate and family accounts, 1864-1880
Volume
9 Day book: settlement of estate of Robert M. Huston and payments to heirs, 1864-1892
Volume
10 Visitors' Book, Huston Memorial Hospital, 1899-1900
II. Charles Lukens Huston
Scope and Content
Consists of the personal papers of Charles L. Huston and documents his life-long active service in the Presbyterian Church and its missionary work. Also included are records documenting Huston's work for Prohibition both locally and nationally.
A. General Correspondence, 1870-1951
28 linear feet
Box
11 A - H [includes Huston family letters], 1870-1899
Box
12 J - Z [includes Charles Lukens Huston correspondence with his parents], 1870-1899
Box
13 A - Z, incomplete [includes Charles Kurtz of the Wilmington Trust Co.], 1900-1915
Box
14 John H. Cole, Charles Lukens Huston secretary - Correspondence re Chester County No-License Campaign, 1913-1915
Box
15 A - Cl, 1916-1818 - J. Davis Adams, Philadelphia School of the Bible
15 A - Cl, 1916-1818 - J. Harvey Borton
15 A - Cl, 1916-1818 - M.J. Buczkowski
15 A - Cl, 1916-1818 - E.B. Buckalew, YMCA
15 A - Cl, 1916-1818 - Rev. J. Wilbur Chapman
15 A - Cl, 1916-1818 - China Inland Mission (Roger Whittlesey)
15 A - Cl, 1916-1818 - Citizens Hotel Co
Box
16 Co - F, 1916-1918 - John H. Cole
16 Co - F, 1916-1918 - Coleman & Wonsetler
16 Co - F, 1916-1918 - Committee of Public Safety
16 Co - F, 1916-1918 - Alfred G. Crawford
16 Co - F, 1916-1918 - Thomas C. Darby, Florida citrus fruit distributor
16 Co - F, 1916-1918 - Edwin C. Dinwiddie
16 Co - F, 1916-1918 - Dry Federation of Pennsylvania, John R. Harris
16 Co - F, 1916-1918 - L. & L. Audley Eaton
16 Co - F, 1916-1918 - W. H. Edgerley, Lukens Steel Co
16 Co - F, 1916-1918 - James B. Ely
16 Co - F, 1916-1918 - L. Bert Eyster
16 Co - F, 1916-1918 - Fanning-Mathis Co
16 Co - F, 1916-1918 - William Fetler
Box
17 G - H, 1916-1918 - Davis Garrett, Chester County Home
17 G - H, 1916-1918 - General Reporting Co
17 G - H, 1916-1918 - A. C. Haines
17 G - H, 1916-1918 - Robert B. & May Haines
17 G - H, 1916-1918 - W. S. Harlan, attorney
17 G - H, 1916-1918 - Haverford College
17 G - H, 1916-1918 - C. H. Heintzelman, Coatesville Chamber of Commerce
17 G - H, 1916-1918 - Rev. Horace I. Holt
17 G - H, 1916-1918 - S. Earle Hoover
17 G - H, 1916-1918 - William P. Huston
17 G - H, 1916-1918 - A. A. Hyde, The Mentholatum Co
Box
18 I - L, 1916-1918 - George Innes, Stewardship Inc. & Cairo University
18 I - L, 1916-1918 - International Motor Club
18 I - L, 1916-1918 - Kellogg Food Co
18 I - L, 1916-1918 - Sebastian S. Kresge, Anti-Saloon League
18 I - L, 1916-1918 - Charles Kurtz, Wilmington Trust Co
18 I - L, 1916-1918 - Frank W. Lange
18 I - L, 1916-1918 - William R. & Ruth Leaken
18 I - L, 1916-1918 - Lincoln Highway Inn (T. Roosevelt 1917 letter here)
18 I - L, 1916-1918 - Lukens Steel Co
Box
19 M - O, 1916-1918 - Charles S. MacFarland
19 M - O, 1916-1918 - McHugh & Hamilton
19 M - O, 1916-1918 - Rev. Thompson W. McKinney
19 M - O, 1916-1918 - Cornelius Maxwell
19 M - O, 1916-1918 - Dwight R. Meigs, Hill School
19 M - O, 1916-1918 - James H. Moon
19 M - O, 1916-1918 - National Marine League
19 M - O, 1916-1918 - National Temperance Society
19 M - O, 1916-1918 - Rev. William G. Nyce
Box
20 P - Sm, 1916-1918 - Pennsylvania Anti-Saloon League
20 P - Sm, 1916-1918 - Philadelphia Mortgage & Trust Co., R. T. McCarter
20 P - Sm, 1916-1918 - Philadelphia School of the Bible
20 P - Sm, 1916-1918 - Gifford Pinchot
20 P - Sm, 1916-1918 - Pittsburgh Trust Co
20 P - Sm, 1916-1918 - Prohibition National Committee
20 P - Sm, 1916-1918 - R. M. Rakestraw
20 P - Sm, 1916-1918 - Rex Tire & Rubber Co
20 P - Sm, 1916-1918 - William H. Ridgway, The Craig Ridgway & Son Co
20 P - Sm, 1916-1918 - R. C. Robertson, Bruce & Robertson, realtors
20 P - Sm, 1916-1918 - Howard H. Russell, Anti-Saloon League of America
20 P - Sm, 1916-1918 - Charles Scanlon, Board of Temperance
20 P - Sm, 1916-1918 - Rev. C. I. Schofield
20 P - Sm, 1916-1918 - Scripture Gift Mission
Box
21 Sn - Z, 1916-1918 - Standard Auto Top Co
21 Sn - Z, 1916-1918 - Joseph M. Steele, Bible Conference
21 Sn - Z, 1916-1918 - Cornelius N. Steffins, Dubuque College
21 Sn - Z, 1916-1918 - Stewart-Morehead Co., M. Murray Stewart
21 Sn - Z, 1916-1918 - Charles Stezle, Federal Council of Churches, Strengthen America Campaign (Prohibition)
21 Sn - Z, 1916-1918 - Cora F. Stoddard, National Temperance Council
21 Sn - Z, 1916-1918 - Jno. W. Stull, Allegheny Ore & Iron Co
21 Sn - Z, 1916-1918 - Allan Sutherland
21 Sn - Z, 1916-1918 - Sweet, Causey, Foster & Co
21 Sn - Z, 1916-1918 - C. F. Swift, Pennsylvania Anti-Saloon League
21 Sn - Z, 1916-1918 - Rev. Homer W. Tope, Pennsylvania Anti-Saloon League
21 Sn - Z, 1916-1918 - John C. Taber, Moody Bible Institute
21 Sn - Z, 1916-1918 - Emily C. Wheeler, National Armenia & India Relief Assn
21 Sn - Z, 1916-1918 - Rev. Wilbert W. White
21 Sn - Z, 1916-1918 - World's Morning Watch, William B. Oliver
21 Sn - Z, 1916-1918 - Daniel Wood
Box
22 A - E, 1919-1920 - J. Davis Adams, Philadelphia School of the Bible
22 A - E, 1919-1920 - Anti-Saloon League of America (Russell)
22 A - E, 1919-1920 - American Committee for Armenian & Syrian Relief
22 A - E, 1919-1920 - Charles A. Blanchard
22 A - E, 1919-1920 - Boyd Tire Co
22 A - E, 1919-1920 - John H. Cole
22 A - E, 1919-1920 - Coleman & Wonsetler
22 A - E, 1919-1920 - Thomas C. Darby
22 A - E, 1919-1920 - Rev. Edwin C. Dinwiddie, Anti-Saloon League
22 A - E, 1919-1920 - Dry Federation of Pennsylvania
22 A - E, 1919-1920 - L. Audley Eaton
Box
23 F - O, 1919-1920 - Davis Garrett, Chester County Home
23 F - O, 1919-1920 - General Reporting Co
23 F - O, 1919-1920 - W. S. Harlan, attorney
23 F - O, 1919-1920 - Charles L. Huston, correspondence with family
23 F - O, 1919-1920 - National Bank of Chester County
Box
24 P - Z, 1919-1920 - Philadelphia School of the Bible, William Pettingill
24 P - Z, 1919-1920 - Provident Life & Trust Co. of Philadelphia
24 P - Z, 1919-1920 - Pittsburgh Trust Co
24 P - Z, 1919-1920 - Rev. eyrus [?] Scofield
24 P - Z, 1919-1920 - Scripture Gift Mission, Robert B. Haines
24 P - Z, 1919-1920 - Stewart-Morehead Co
24 P - Z, 1919-1920 - Treasury Certificates
Box
25 A - D (partial), 1921-1922 - Ames, Chambers, Lowe & Richardson
25 A - D (partial), 1921-1922 - American Bible Society
25 A - D (partial), 1921-1922 - Bible Institute Colportage Association
25 A - D (partial), 1921-1922 - J. B. Carruthers, Y. M. C. A
25 A - D (partial), 1921-1922 - Chase National Bank
25 A - D (partial), 1921-1922 - Chester County Children's Aid Society
25 A - D (partial), 1921-1922 - Christian Life Literature Fund
25 A - D (partial), 1921-1922 - Citizens Hotel Co
25 A - D (partial), 1921-1922 - Coates Family correspondence
25 A - D (partial), 1921-1922 - John H. Cole
25 A - D (partial), 1921-1922 - Chester County Home, & Chester County Directors of the Poor
25 A - D (partial), 1921-1922 - Coleman & Wonsetler
25 A - D (partial), 1921-1922 - Commercial Trust Co
Box
26 D (partial), E - H, 1921-1922 - Thomas C. Darby
26 D (partial), E - H, 1921-1922 - W. H. Edgerley, Lukens Steel Co
26 D (partial), E - H, 1921-1922 - General Reporting Co
26 D (partial), E - H, 1921-1922 - F. Irby Gibson
26 D (partial), E - H, 1921-1922 - Rev. G. E. Gillespie
26 D (partial), E - H, 1921-1922 - William Albert Harbison
26 D (partial), E - H, 1921-1922 - W. S. Harlan, attorney
26 D (partial), E - H, 1921-1922 - The Hill School
26 D (partial), E - H, 1921-1922 - E. B. Hopkins, Jamaica mission
26 D (partial), E - H, 1921-1922 - Huron College, George S. McCune
26 D (partial), E - H, 1921-1922 - Hatch Motors Co
26 D (partial), E - H, 1921-1922 - Robert M. Honeyman, Montrose Bible Conference Assn
26 D (partial), E - H, 1921-1922 - Charles L. Huston & family
Box
27 I - N, 1921-1922 - International Y. M. C. A
27 I - N, 1921-1922 - International Association of Daily Vacation Bible Schools
27 I - N, 1921-1922 - Law Enforcement League of Philadelphia
27 I - N, 1921-1922 - James D. Law
27 I - N, 1921-1922 - Rebecca, Lukens, about?[?]
27 I - N, 1921-1922 - Rev. Thompson W. McKinney
27 I - N, 1921-1922 - Montrose Bible Conference Assn
27 I - N, 1921-1922 - E. H. Munson, YMCA China
27 I - N, 1921-1922 - William R. Moody
27 I - N, 1921-1922 - National Armenia & India Relief Assn, Emily C. Wheeler
27 I - N, 1921-1922 - National Bank of Chester Valley
27 I - N, 1921-1922 - National City Co
27 I - N, 1921-1922 - W. G. Nyce
Box
28 O - S1, 1921-1922 - Rev. C. E. Paxon
28 O - S1, 1921-1922 - Pennock Family correspondence
28 O - S1, 1921-1922 - Pennsylvania Federation of Churches
28 O - S1, 1921-1922 - Packard Motor Car Co
28 O - S1, 1921-1922 - Philadelphia School for Christian Workers
28 O - S1, 1921-1922 - Philadelphia School of the Bible
28 O - S1, 1921-1922 - Pocket Testament League
28 O - S1, 1921-1922 - Provident Life & Trust Co. of Philadelphia
28 O - S1, 1921-1922 - The Presbyterian Board of Publication, The Presbyterian
28 O - S1, 1921-1922 - Public Welfare Assn
28 O - S1, 1921-1922 - Lyell M. Rader, chemist
28 O - S1, 1921-1922 - Rev. Paul Rader
28 O - S1, 1921-1922 - Rambo, Rambo & Mair
28 O - S1, 1921-1922 - Rex Tire & Rubber Co
28 O - S1, 1921-1922 - W. H. Ridgway
28 O - S1, 1921-1922 - George C. K. Sample, church colleague in Georgia
28 O - S1, 1921-1922 - Charles E. Scott, China mission
28 O - S1, 1921-1922 - Scripture Gift Mission
28 O - S1, 1921-1922 - Barry Searle
28 O - S1, 1921-1922 - Philip Sidersky
28 O - S1, 1921-1922 - Arthur E. Slater, India mission
Box
29 Sm - Z, 1921-1922 - William E. Sweet, banker
29 Sm - Z, 1921-1922 - Rev. R. A. Torrey
29 Sm - Z, 1921-1922 - Traylor Motor Garage Co., Traylor Engineering Co
29 Sm - Z, 1921-1922 - Treasury Certificates, U. S. A. (printed sheets)
29 Sm - Z, 1921-1922 - Charles G. Trumbull, Sunday School Times
29 Sm - Z, 1921-1922 - John S. Wurts, attorney
Box
30 A - B, 1923-1925 - Ames, Chambers, Lowe & Richardson
30 A - B, 1923-1925 - Automobile Club of Philadelphia
30 A - B, 1923-1925 - Bank of North America & Trust Co
30 A - B, 1923-1925 - Bankers Trust Co
30 A - B, 1923-1925 - Belmont Iron Works
30 A - B, 1923-1925 - Bible Institute of Los Angeles
30 A - B, 1923-1925 - Biehl's Wagon & Auto Body Works
30 A - B, 1923-1925 - Blanton Banking Co
30 A - B, 1923-1925 - Rev. Harry Boehme
30 A - B, 1923-1925 - Rev. William Boyd
30 A - B, 1923-1925 - Rev. Roy T. Brumbaugh
Box
31 Ca - Ci, Cl - Cu (partial), 1923-1925 - A. M. Castle & Co
31 Ca - Ci, Cl - Cu (partial), 1923-1925 - J. B. Carruthers, Y. M. C. A
31 Ca - Ci, Cl - Cu (partial), 1923-1925 - James H. Causey & Co
31 Ca - Ci, Cl - Cu (partial), 1923-1925 - The Chair Exchange
31 Ca - Ci, Cl - Cu (partial), 1923-1925 - Rev. William Carlew Chapman
31 Ca - Ci, Cl - Cu (partial), 1923-1925 - Chester County Home & Hospital of the Insane; 2 Folders
31 Ca - Ci, Cl - Cu (partial), 1923-1925 - Chester County Trust Co
31 Ca - Ci, Cl - Cu (partial), 1923-1925 - Citizens Hotel Co
Box
32 Cl - Cu (partial), D - E, 1923-1925 - Coatesville Oil Co
32 Cl - Cu (partial), D - E, 1923-1925 - Coatesville Record
32 Cl - Cu (partial), D - E, 1923-1925 - Coatesville Trust Co
32 Cl - Cu (partial), D - E, 1923-1925 - John H. Cole
32 Cl - Cu (partial), D - E, 1923-1925 - Coleman & Wonsetler
32 Cl - Cu (partial), D - E, 1923-1925 - Connecticut General Life Insurance Co
32 Cl - Cu (partial), D - E, 1923-1925 - H. E. Cooley
32 Cl - Cu (partial), D - E, 1923-1925 - The Corn Exchange Bank
32 Cl - Cu (partial), D - E, 1923-1925 - The Corporation Trust Co
32 Cl - Cu (partial), D - E, 1923-1925 - Rev. David George Dabback
32 Cl - Cu (partial), D - E, 1923-1925 - Thomas C. Darby; 2 Folders
32 Cl - Cu (partial), D - E, 1923-1925 - (Harry F.) deRiesthal & Crawford
32 Cl - Cu (partial), D - E, 1923-1925 - Rev. E. C. Dinwiddie
32 Cl - Cu (partial), D - E, 1923-1925 - Mrs. W. C. Enck
32 Cl - Cu (partial), D - E, 1923-1925 - L. Bert Eyster
Box
33 F - Hd, 1923-1925 - Farmers Oil Co. Inc
33 F - Hd, 1923-1925 - Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America
33 F - Hd, 1923-1925 - First Presbyterian Church, Coatesville
33 F - Hd, 1923-1925 - General Reporting Co
33 F - Hd, 1923-1925 - Germantown Trust Co
33 F - Hd, 1923-1925 - Louisa P. Graham
33 F - Hd, 1923-1925 - Graham, Parsons & Co
33 F - Hd, 1923-1925 - Rev. John Greenfield
33 F - Hd, 1923-1925 - W. S. Harlan, attorney
33 F - Hd, 1923-1925 - Haverford College
Box
34 He - Le, 1923-1925 - Lloyd B. Hershey
34 He - Le, 1923-1925 - The Hill School
34 He - Le, 1923-1925 - J. H. Hilsman & Co., Inc
34 He - Le, 1923-1925 - Robert M. Honeyman, Montrose Bible Conference Assn
34 He - Le, 1923-1925 - Huston Family correspondence
34 He - Le, 1923-1925 - International Association of Daily Vacation Bible Schools
34 He - Le, 1923-1925 - Irving Bank, Columbia Trust Co
34 He - Le, 1923-1925 - William D. Judkins
34 He - Le, 1923-1925 - Dr. E. R. Kellersberger
34 He - Le, 1923-1925 - Volney P. Kinne, Montrose Bible Conference Assn
34 He - Le, 1923-1925 - Lancaster County Historical Society
34 He - Le, 1923-1925 - James D. Law
34 He - Le, 1923-1925 - Ruth & Margaret Leaken
34 He - Le, 1923-1925 - George A. Leukel, Kennett Square Presbyterian Church
Box
35 Li - N, 1923-1925 - John Lusky, Charles Lukens Huston employee
35 Li - N, 1923-1925 - McHugh & Hamilton, investors
35 Li - N, 1923-1925 - George G. Mahy
35 Li - N, 1923-1925 - Marmon Philadelphia Co
35 Li - N, 1923-1925 - A. N. Marquis & Co
35 Li - N, 1923-1925 - Montrose, PA property/Barry Searle house
35 Li - N, 1923-1925 - Montrose Bible Conference Association
35 Li - N, 1923-1925 - National Bank of Chester Valley
35 Li - N, 1923-1925 - National Bank of Commerce of New York
35 Li - N, 1923-1925 - National City Company
35 Li - N, 1923-1925 - National Council for the Prevention of War
35 Li - N, 1923-1925 - Near East Relief (Calvin Coolidge letters)
35 Li - N, 1923-1925 - Mrs. B. C. Needham, welfare case
35 Li - N, 1923-1925 - Rev. W. G. Nyce
Box
36 O - Ph, 1923-1925 - Oklahoma City Street Bonds
36 O - Ph, 1923-1925 - Packard, Inc
36 O - Ph, 1923-1925 - Parsly Bros. & Co
36 O - Ph, 1923-1925 - Pennsylvania Federation of Churches
36 O - Ph, 1923-1925 - Pennsylvania Military College
36 O - Ph, 1923-1925 - Eric C. Peters
36 O - Ph, 1923-1925 - Philadelphia School of the Bible; 2 Folders
Box
37 Pi - R, 1923-1925 - Clarence E. Pitts
37 Pi - R, 1923-1925 - Pittsburgh Trust Co
37 Pi - R, 1923-1925 - Pownall Hardware Co
37 Pi - R, 1923-1925 - The Presbyterian
37 Pi - R, 1923-1925 - Princeton University
37 Pi - R, 1923-1925 - The Provident Trust Co
37 Pi - R, 1923-1925 - Rambo, Rambo & Mair (Ormond Rambo)
37 Pi - R, 1923-1925 - William H. Ridgway
Box
38 S - Z, 1923-1925 - Barry Searle, Montrose, PA property
38 S - Z, 1923-1925 - Sterling Tire Co
38 S - Z, 1923-1925 - Stewart-Morehead (Murray Stewart)
38 S - Z, 1923-1925 - Thayer, Baker & Co
38 S - Z, 1923-1925 - Emily C. Wheeler, National Armenia & India Relief Assn
38 S - Z, 1923-1925 - The Charles Williams Stores
38 S - Z, 1923-1925 - Young Men's Christian Association
Box
39 A - Be, 1926-1928 - American Academy for Girls, Turkey
39 A - Be, 1926-1928 - American Farm Machinery Co
39 A - Be, 1926-1928 - American Tract Society
39 A - Be, 1926-1928 - Thomas J. Anderson
39 A - Be, 1926-1928 - Anti-Saloon League of America
39 A - Be, 1926-1928 - Roland K. Armes
39 A - Be, 1926-1928 - Asbestos Shingle, Slate & Sheathing Co
39 A - Be, 1926-1928 - Associated Gas and Electric Co
39 A - Be, 1926-1928 - Automobile Club of Chester County
39 A - Be, 1926-1928 - Automotive Royalties Corporation, Inc
39 A - Be, 1926-1928 - Babcock, Kahl & Co
39 A - Be, 1926-1928 - Bank of North America & Trust Co
39 A - Be, 1926-1928 - Thomas H. Bateman (Charles Lukens Huston biography)
39 A - Be, 1926-1928 - Belmont Iron Works
Box
40 Bi - Bz, C - Cl (partial), 1926-1928 - Blanton Banking Co
40 Bi - Bz, C - Cl (partial), 1926-1928 - Boenning & Co
40 Bi - Bz, C - Cl (partial), 1926-1928 - Boy Scouts of America
40 Bi - Bz, C - Cl (partial), 1926-1928 - Brooke, Stokes & Co
40 Bi - Bz, C - Cl (partial), 1926-1928 - Brown Bros. & Co
40 Bi - Bz, C - Cl (partial), 1926-1928 - Rev. Roy T. Brumbaugh
40 Bi - Bz, C - Cl (partial), 1926-1928 - L. B. Bryden
40 Bi - Bz, C - Cl (partial), 1926-1928 - E. B. Buckalew
40 Bi - Bz, C - Cl (partial), 1926-1928 - William Campbell Co
40 Bi - Bz, C - Cl (partial), 1926-1928 - W. C. Cartledge, Crescent City (Fla.) Supply
40 Bi - Bz, C - Cl (partial), 1926-1928 - A. M. Castle & Co
40 Bi - Bz, C - Cl (partial), 1926-1928 - J. Wayne Chalfant
40 Bi - Bz, C - Cl (partial), 1926-1928 - Rev. W. C. Chapman, Scotland
40 Bi - Bz, C - Cl (partial), 1926-1928 - Chase Manhattan Bank [?]
40 Bi - Bz, C - Cl (partial), 1926-1928 - Chester County Health & Welfare Council
40 Bi - Bz, C - Cl (partial), 1926-1928 - Children's Aid Society
40 Bi - Bz, C - Cl (partial), 1926-1928 - China Inland Mission
40 Bi - Bz, C - Cl (partial), 1926-1928 - Eugene Christian, nutritionist
40 Bi - Bz, C - Cl (partial), 1926-1928 - Christ's Home for Children
Box
41 C - Cl (partial), Co - Cz, 1926-1928 - Chester County Home & Hospital for the Insane
41 C - Cl (partial), Co - Cz, 1926-1928 - Citizens Hotel Co
41 C - Cl (partial), Co - Cz, 1926-1928 - John H. Cole
41 C - Cl (partial), Co - Cz, 1926-1928 - Coleman & Wonsetler
41 C - Cl (partial), Co - Cz, 1926-1928 - George B. Cones
41 C - Cl (partial), Co - Cz, 1926-1928 - H. E. Cooley & Son
Box
42 D, 1926-1928 - C. W. Dann, rental agent
42 D, 1926-1928 - Thomas C. Darby, Florida citrus distributor; 2 Folders
42 D, 1926-1928 - Directors of the Poor of Chester County
Box
43 E - G, 1926-1928 - Eastern Standard Tractor Sales Service
43 E - G, 1926-1928 - Economy Fire Insurance Co
43 E - G, 1926-1928 - Eddy Garden Service
43 E - G, 1926-1928 - W. H. Edgerley, Lukens Steel Co. employee
43 E - G, 1926-1928 - Jacob Eichelberger
43 E - G, 1926-1928 - Rev. Walter Scott Elliott
43 E - G, 1926-1928 - Mrs. W. C. Enck, welfare case
43 E - G, 1926-1928 - L. Bert Eyster & Son
43 E - G, 1926-1928 - Charles Fancher
43 E - G, 1926-1928 - Florida Citrus Growers' Clearing House
43 E - G, 1926-1928 - Flying Squadron Foundation
43 E - G, 1926-1928 - Edgar S. Garman
43 E - G, 1926-1928 - Philip Geiter
43 E - G, 1926-1928 - Benjamin M. Gemmill
43 E - G, 1926-1928 - General Reporting Co
43 E - G, 1926-1928 - William G. Gordon, attorney
43 E - G, 1926-1928 - Rev. John Greenfield
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44 H - J, 1926-1928 - Harris, LeRoy & [?], Franklin auto dealers
44 H - J, 1926-1928 - Frank Held Tractor Co
44 H - J, 1926-1928 - J. H. Hilsman & Co., Inc
44 H - J, 1926-1928 - Robert M. Honeyman, Montrose Bible Conference Assn
44 H - J, 1926-1928 - Clinton N. Howard
44 H - J, 1926-1928 - Howson & Howson, attorneys
44 H - J, 1926-1928 - Huston Family correspondence
44 H - J, 1926-1928 - International Assn. of Daily Vacation Bible Schools
44 H - J, 1926-1928 - William B. Judkins
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45 K - L, M (partial), 1926-1928 - Keystone Automibile Club
45 K - L, M (partial), 1926-1928 - Edward J. Lang
45 K - L, M (partial), 1926-1928 - Rev. A. L. Lathem
45 K - L, M (partial), 1926-1928 - Law Enforcement League
45 K - L, M (partial), 1926-1928 - Lord's Day Alliance
45 K - L, M (partial), 1926-1928 - Liberty Lime & Stone Co
45 K - L, M (partial), 1926-1928 - R. J. McCausland
45 K - L, M (partial), 1926-1928 - McHugh & Hamilton, investors
45 K - L, M (partial), 1926-1928 - Rev. George G. Mahy
45 K - L, M (partial), 1926-1928 - Marmon Philadelphia Co
45 K - L, M (partial), 1926-1928 - Moody Bible Institute, Chicago
45 K - L, M (partial), 1926-1928 - E. H. Munson, YMCA of China
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46 Mo (partial), N - Ph (partial), 1926-1928 - Montgomery Ward & Co
46 Mo (partial), N - Ph (partial), 1926-1928 - Montrose Bible Conference Assn
46 Mo (partial), N - Ph (partial), 1926-1928 - National Bank of Chester Valley
46 Mo (partial), N - Ph (partial), 1926-1928 - National Bureau of Economic Research
46 Mo (partial), N - Ph (partial), 1926-1928 - National City Co
46 Mo (partial), N - Ph (partial), 1926-1928 - National Gospel Workers Aid Society
46 Mo (partial), N - Ph (partial), 1926-1928 - National Temperance Soc
46 Mo (partial), N - Ph (partial), 1926-1928 - Native Races Anti-Liquor Traffic Committee, Inc
46 Mo (partial), N - Ph (partial), 1926-1928 - New Jersey Zinc Co
46 Mo (partial), N - Ph (partial), 1926-1928 - New Process Co., clothiers
46 Mo (partial), N - Ph (partial), 1926-1928 - Northern Pennsylvania Power Co
46 Mo (partial), N - Ph (partial), 1926-1928 - Parsly Bros. & Co
46 Mo (partial), N - Ph (partial), 1926-1928 - The Pennsylvania Co
46 Mo (partial), N - Ph (partial), 1926-1928 - Pennsylvania Council of Churches
46 Mo (partial), N - Ph (partial), 1926-1928 - Philadelphia Suburban Gas & Electric Co
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47 Ph (partial), Pi - Pz, 1926-1928 - Philadelphia School of the Bible; 2 Folders
47 Ph (partial), Pi - Pz, 1926-1928 - J. D. Points & Co
47 Ph (partial), Pi - Pz, 1926-1928 - Postal Pen Co
47 Ph (partial), Pi - Pz, 1926-1928 - The Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A
47 Ph (partial), Pi - Pz, 1926-1928 - Presbyterian Church of Coatesville
47 Ph (partial), Pi - Pz, 1926-1928 - The Presbyterian Magazine/Presbyterian Publishing Co
47 Ph (partial), Pi - Pz, 1926-1928 - C. H. Preston
47 Ph (partial), Pi - Pz, 1926-1928 - Provident Trust Co. of Philadelphia
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48 R - Sd, 1926-1928 - Rambo, Rambo & Mair, attorneys
48 R - Sd, 1926-1928 - Rand Kardex Service Corp
48 R - Sd, 1926-1928 - Rickenbacker-Philadelphia Co
48 R - Sd, 1926-1928 - William H. Ridgway
48 R - Sd, 1926-1928 - Helen M. Robertson, Charles Lukens Huston secretary
48 R - Sd, 1926-1928 - Scranton Securities Co
48 R - Sd, 1926-1928 - Scripture Gift Mission
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49 Se - Sz, 1926-1928 - Sears, Roebuck & Co
49 Se - Sz, 1926-1928 - Capt. Arthur E. Slater
49 Se - Sz, 1926-1928 - William T. Smith
49 Se - Sz, 1926-1928 - Standard Engine Co
49 Se - Sz, 1926-1928 - Standard Heater Co
49 Se - Sz, 1926-1928 - Standard Statistics Co
49 Se - Sz, 1926-1928 - Sterling Tire Co
49 Se - Sz, 1926-1928 - Murray M. Stewart
49 Se - Sz, 1926-1928 - Charles A. Sullivan
49 Se - Sz, 1926-1928 - Sunday School Times
49 Se - Sz, 1926-1928 - Susquehanna County Children's Aid Society
49 Se - Sz, 1926-1928 - A. H. Swing, Coatesville mayor
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50 T - V, 1926-1928 - Tabernacle Publishing Co
50 T - V, 1926-1928 - Thayer, Baker & Co
50 T - V, 1926-1928 - L. Trachtenberg, gospel worker
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51 W - Z, 1926-1928 - Rev. E. D. Warfield
51 W - Z, 1926-1928 - Whaley -Eaton Service
51 W - Z, 1926-1928 - Emily C. Wheeler, National Armenia & India Relief Assn
51 W - Z, 1926-1928 - Charles Williams Stores Inc
51 W - Z, 1926-1928 - Wilmington (DE) Trust Co
51 W - Z, 1926-1928 - Rev. John T. Wilson
51 W - Z, 1926-1928 - D. Webster Wylie
51 W - Z, 1926-1928 - C. Raymond Young, attorney
51 W - Z, 1926-1928 - Young Men's Christian Association material
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52 A - Brn (partial), 1929-1931 - American Business Men's Prohibition Foundation
52 A - Brn (partial), 1929-1931 - American Scripture Gift Mission (same as Scripture Gift Mission)
52 A - Brn (partial), 1929-1931 - American Tract Society
52 A - Brn (partial), 1929-1931 - Mrs. K. C. Anthony, gospel worker
52 A - Brn (partial), 1929-1931 - Roland K. Armes, Thayer, Baker & Co
52 A - Brn (partial), 1929-1931 - Arnold Check Writer Co
52 A - Brn (partial), 1929-1931 - Associated Gas & Electric Co
52 A - Brn (partial), 1929-1931 - Alwyn Ball, Montrose Bible Conference Assn
52 A - Brn (partial), 1929-1931 - Bearings Co. of America
52 A - Brn (partial), 1929-1931 - Beaver College for Women
52 A - Brn (partial), 1929-1931 - Belmont Iron Works
52 A - Brn (partial), 1929-1931 - Bible Institute of Los Angeles
52 A - Brn (partial), 1929-1931 - Boys and Girls Anti-Cigarette League
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53 Brn (partial) - Cn (partial), 1929-1931 - Bible Institute of Pennsylvania
53 Brn (partial) - Cn (partial), 1929-1931 - Rev. Roy T. Brumbaugh
53 Brn (partial) - Cn (partial), 1929-1931 - Rev. John P. Caughley
53 Brn (partial) - Cn (partial), 1929-1931 - Chester County Trust Co
53 Brn (partial) - Cn (partial), 1929-1931 - Christ's Home for Children
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54 Cn (partial) - Cz (partial), 1929-1931 - Rev. William Carlew Chapman
54 Cn (partial) - Cz (partial), 1929-1931 - Chester County Health & Welfare Council
54 Cn (partial) - Cz (partial), 1929-1931 - Chester County Home and Hospital for the Insane
54 Cn (partial) - Cz (partial), 1929-1931 - Christian and Missionary Alliance
54 Cn (partial) - Cz (partial), 1929-1931 - Citizens Hotel Company
54 Cn (partial) - Cz (partial), 1929-1931 - Coatesville Chamber of Commerce
54 Cn (partial) - Cz (partial), 1929-1931 - Corn Exchange Bank
54 Cn (partial) - Cz (partial), 1929-1931 - Corporation Guarantee & Trust Co
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55 Co - Cz(partial) - E, 1929-1931 - John H. Cole
55 Co - Cz(partial) - E, 1929-1931 - Coleman & Wonsetler
55 Co - Cz(partial) - E, 1929-1931 - H. E. Cooley (Cooley & Son)
55 Co - Cz(partial) - E, 1929-1931 - Thomas C. Darby, Florida fruit dealer
55 Co - Cz(partial) - E, 1929-1931 - Rev. Carroll D. Erskine
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56 F - H, 1929-1931 - Florida Citrus Growers' Clearing House Assn
56 F - H, 1929-1931 - Friendsville Academy
56 F - H, 1929-1931 - Rev. Arno C. Gaebelein
56 F - H, 1929-1931 - General Reporting Co
56 F - H, 1929-1931 - Rev. John Greenfield
56 F - H, 1929-1931 - J. H. Hilsman & Co., Inc
56 F - H, 1929-1931 - Hollis property in New York State
56 F - H, 1929-1931 - Robert M. Honeyman, Montrose Bible Conference Assn
56 F - H, 1929-1931 - Huston Family correspondence
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57 I - L, 1929-1931 - Rev. Harry A. Ironside
57 I - L, 1929-1931 - To Acc. [?]
57 I - L, 1929-1931 - William D. Judkins
57 I - L, 1929-1931 - Dr. Eugene R. Kellersberger
57 I - L, 1929-1931 - Keystone Automobile Club
57 I - L, 1929-1931 - Volney P. Kinne, Montrose Bible Conference Assn
57 I - L, 1929-1931 - Jennie & Mae Knerr, public health case
57 I - L, 1929-1931 - Mrs. Elizabeth A. Lukens
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58 M, 1929-1931 - R. J. McCausland
58 M, 1929-1931 - Rev. George G. Mahy
58 M, 1929-1931 - Manufacturers Research Laboratories
58 M, 1929-1931 - Marmon Philadelphia Co
58 M, 1929-1931 - John G. Moffat, Montrose Bible Conference Assn
58 M, 1929-1931 - Montrose Bible Conference Association
58 M, 1929-1931 - Moody Bible Institute of Chicago
58 M, 1929-1931 - Matthew Muella, pastor
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59 N - Po, 1929-1931 - National Bank of Chester Valley
59 N - Po, 1929-1931 - National Bureau of Economic Research
59 N - Po, 1929-1931 - National Gospel Workers Aid Society
59 N - Po, 1929-1931 - National Republic
59 N - Po, 1929-1931 - National Temperance Soc
59 N - Po, 1929-1931 - Owners' Mutual Tire Factories Inc
59 N - Po, 1929-1931 - Parsly Bros. & Co
59 N - Po, 1929-1931 - Pennsylvania Company for Insurance on Lives & Granting Annuities
59 N - Po, 1929-1931 - Pennsylvania Council of Churches
59 N - Po, 1929-1931 - Pennsylvania Elections Association
59 N - Po, 1929-1931 - Eric C. Peters
59 N - Po, 1929-1931 - Rev. William L. Pettingill
59 N - Po, 1929-1931 - Philadelphia National Bank
59 N - Po, 1929-1931 - Postal Pen Co., Inc
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60 Pr - R, 1929-1931 - The Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A. and related material
60 Pr - R, 1929-1931 - Presbyterian Church of Coatesville
60 Pr - R, 1929-1931 - Provident Trust Co
60 Pr - R, 1929-1931 - Public Charities Association of Pennsylvania
60 Pr - R, 1929-1931 - Public Welfare Association
60 Pr - R, 1929-1931 - Rambo, Rambo & Mair, attorneys
60 Pr - R, 1929-1931 - William H. Ridgway, Craig Ridgway & Son Co
60 Pr - R, 1929-1931 - Helen M. Robertson, Charles Lukens Huston secretary
60 Pr - R, 1929-1931 - Ruling Elders' Association of Chester Presbytery
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61 S, 1929-1931 - Safe Padlock & Hardware Co
61 S, 1929-1931 - George C. K. Sample
61 S, 1929-1931 - Scripture Gift Mission
61 S, 1929-1931 - Rev. Charles E. Scott
61 S, 1929-1931 - Sears, Roebuck & Co
61 S, 1929-1931 - Rev. Wilbur M. Smith
61 S, 1929-1931 - William T. Smith
61 S, 1929-1931 - R. M. Snyder & Co./Harry W. Huston
61 S, 1929-1931 - South-Eastern Europe Bible School
61 S, 1929-1931 - Southwestern Presbyterian Sanitorium
61 S, 1929-1931 - G. Donald Spackman, Lukenweld
61 S, 1929-1931 - Selden G. Sprout
61 S, 1929-1931 - Sterling Tire Corp
61 S, 1929-1931 - Stoughton Sterling, auditor
61 S, 1929-1931 - Charles A. Sullivan
61 S, 1929-1931 - Sunday School Times
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62 T - Wo (partial), 1929-1931 - Thayer, Baker & Co
62 T - Wo (partial), 1929-1931 - L. Trachtenberg
62 T - Wo (partial), 1929-1931 - Charles G. Trumbull, Sunday School Times
62 T - Wo (partial), 1929-1931 - Emily C. Wheeler, National Armenia & India Relief Assn
62 T - Wo (partial), 1929-1931 - Wilmington Trust Co
62 T - Wo (partial), 1929-1931 - Rev. John T. Wilson
62 T - Wo (partial), 1929-1931 - Robert W. Wolcott, President, Lukens Steel Co
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63 Wh - Wo (Partial) - Z, 1929-1931 - Whaley -Eaton Service
63 Wh - Wo (Partial) - Z, 1929-1931 - Woods Brothers Corp
63 Wh - Wo (Partial) - Z, 1929-1931 - World's Christian Fundamentals Association
63 Wh - Wo (Partial) - Z, 1929-1931 - Young Men's Christian Association
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64 A - B, C - Cn, 1932-1933 - American Scripture Gift Mission (see also Scripture Gift Mission)
64 A - B, C - Cn, 1932-1933 - Anti-Saloon League of America
64 A - B, C - Cn, 1932-1933 - Roland K. Armes
64 A - B, C - Cn, 1932-1933 - Associated Gas & Electric Co
64 A - B, C - Cn, 1932-1933 - Alwyn Ball, Jr., Montrose Bible Conference Assn
64 A - B, C - Cn, 1932-1933 - Belmont Iron Works
64 A - B, C - Cn, 1932-1933 - Bible Institute of Pennsylvania
64 A - B, C - Cn, 1932-1933 - Brookmire Economic Service
64 A - B, C - Cn, 1932-1933 - John T. Caughley
64 A - B, C - Cn, 1932-1933 - Chester County Anti-Hoarding Campaign Committee
64 A - B, C - Cn, 1932-1933 - Chester County Home & Hospital for the Insane
64 A - B, C - Cn, 1932-1933 - Christian & Missionary Alliance
64 A - B, C - Cn, 1932-1933 - Citizens Hotel Co
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65 Co - G, 1932-1933 - Coatesville Chamber of Commerce
65 Co - G, 1932-1933 - Coatesville Trust Co
65 Co - G, 1932-1933 - John H. Cole
65 Co - G, 1932-1933 - Coleman & Wonsetler
65 Co - G, 1932-1933 - Harry E. Cooley
65 Co - G, 1932-1933 - Corn Exchange National Bank
65 Co - G, 1932-1933 - Corporation Guarantee & Trust Co
65 Co - G, 1932-1933 - Thomas C. Darby, Florida fruit dealer
65 Co - G, 1932-1933 - L. Bert Eyster & Son
65 Co - G, 1932-1933 - Carl W. Fenninger, Provident Trust Co
65 Co - G, 1932-1933 - General Reporting Co
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66 H - N, 1932-1933 - Holbrook Irrigation District, Colorado
66 H - N, 1932-1933 - Robert M. Honeyman, Montrose Bible Conference Assn
66 H - N, 1932-1933 - Huston Family correspondence
66 H - N, 1932-1933 - Keystone Automobile Club
66 H - N, 1932-1933 - A. Elizabeth Lukens
66 H - N, 1932-1933 - Lukens Steel Co
66 H - N, 1932-1933 - Montrose Bible Conference Association
66 H - N, 1932-1933 - National Bank of Chester [?]
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67 O - T, 1932-1933 - Parsly Bros & Co
67 O - T, 1932-1933 - Pennsylvania Company for Insurances on Lives & Granting Annuities
67 O - T, 1932-1933 - Presbyterian Church of Coatesville
67 O - T, 1932-1933 - Provident Trust Co
67 O - T, 1932-1933 - Public Welfare Association/Public Charities
67 O - T, 1932-1933 - R. M. Snyder & Co./Harry W. Huston
67 O - T, 1932-1933 - Standard Statistics Co., Inc
67 O - T, 1932-1933 - Thayer, Baker & Co
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68 U - Z, 1932-1933 - Whaley -Eaton Service
68 U - Z, 1932-1933 - Emily C. Wheeler, National Armenia & India Relief Assn
68 U - Z, 1932-1933 - Robert W. Wolcott, Lukens Steel Co. President
68 U - Z, 1932-1933 - Woods Brothers Corp
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69 A - Cn, 1934-1937 - American Taxpayers League, Inc
69 A - Cn, 1934-1937 - Roland K. Armes
69 A - Cn, 1934-1937 - Associated Gas & Electric Co
69 A - Cn, 1934-1937 - Automotive Royalties Recovery Committee
69 A - Cn, 1934-1937 - Norman Baily, Pennsylvania State Representative
69 A - Cn, 1934-1937 - Belmont Iron Works
69 A - Cn, 1934-1937 - Bible Institute of Pennsylvania, John H. Cole, Exec. Secretary
69 A - Cn, 1934-1937 - J. Sullivan Bond & Co
69 A - Cn, 1934-1937 - Book Motor Co
69 A - Cn, 1934-1937 - Adm. Richard E. Bryd, request for financial support for his expedition
69 A - Cn, 1934-1937 - Chester County Home & related welfare material; 2 Folders
69 A - Cn, 1934-1937 - China Inland Mission
69 A - Cn, 1934-1937 - Chrysler Corp
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70 Ch - Cn (partial), Co - Cz, D, 1934-1937 - Christian and Missionary Alliance
70 Ch - Cn (partial), Co - Cz, D, 1934-1937 - Coatesville Chamber of Commerce
70 Ch - Cn (partial), Co - Cz, D, 1934-1937 - John H. Cole
70 Ch - Cn (partial), Co - Cz, D, 1934-1937 - John T. Collins Jr., Co
70 Ch - Cn (partial), Co - Cz, D, 1934-1937 - Martin J. Conway, Lukens Steel Co. employee
70 Ch - Cn (partial), Co - Cz, D, 1934-1937 - Harry E. Cooley
70 Ch - Cn (partial), Co - Cz, D, 1934-1937 - Corn Exchange National Bank
70 Ch - Cn (partial), Co - Cz, D, 1934-1937 - Corporation Guarantee & Trust Co
70 Ch - Cn (partial), Co - Cz, D, 1934-1937 - Thomas C. Darby
70 Ch - Cn (partial), Co - Cz, D, 1934-1937 - John Welsh Dulles, Philadelphia Bible Society
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71 E - I, 1934-1937 - Equitable Life Assurance Society
71 E - I, 1934-1937 - Rev. Arno C. Gaebelein
71 E - I, 1934-1937 - Mrs. Robert H. Haines & son, Robert H. III
71 E - I, 1934-1937 - Hobart Cabinet Co
71 E - I, 1934-1937 - Rev. Herbert Hogg
71 E - I, 1934-1937 - Rev. D. Wilson Hollinger
71 E - I, 1934-1937 - Rev. Robert M. Honeyman, Montrose Bible Conf. Assn
71 E - I, 1934-1937 - Howson & Howson
71 E - I, 1934-1937 - Huston Family correspondence
71 E - I, 1934-1937 - Independent Board for Presbyterian Foreign Missions
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72 J - M, 1934-1937 - W. S. Johnston/Johnston, Inc
72 J - M, 1934-1937 - Keystone Automobile Club
72 J - M, 1934-1937 - Volney P. Kinne, Montrose Bible Conference Assn
72 J - M, 1934-1937 - Liberty Limestone Corp
72 J - M, 1934-1937 - George P. Little, Home Insurance Co
72 J - M, 1934-1937 - Lukens Steel Co
72 J - M, 1934-1937 - R. J. McCausland
72 J - M, 1934-1937 - Mabel and R. H. MacDonald
72 J - M, 1934-1937 - McHugh, Hamilton, Lyon & Horn
72 J - M, 1934-1937 - George G. Mahy
72 J - M, 1934-1937 - George A. Milligan
72 J - M, 1934-1937 - Montrose Bible Conference Association
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73 N - Q, 1934-1937 - National Temperance Soc
73 N - Q, 1934-1937 - Mattie T. Norton (Mrs. James E.), charity case
73 N - Q, 1934-1937 - Rev. W. G. Nyce
73 N - Q, 1934-1937 - Olson Rug Co
73 N - Q, 1934-1937 - Pennsylvania Co. for Insurances on Lives and Granting Annuities
73 N - Q, 1934-1937 - William L. Pettingill
73 N - Q, 1934-1937 - Philadelphia Electric Co
73 N - Q, 1934-1937 - Pierce-Arrow Motor Car Co
73 N - Q, 1934-1937 - Prentice-Hall, Inc
73 N - Q, 1934-1937 - Presbyterian Church of Coatesville, PA
73 N - Q, 1934-1937 - Public Charities Association of Pennsylvania
73 N - Q, 1934-1937 - Public Welfare Association
73 N - Q, 1934-1937 - Pulpit Committee file
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74 R - S, 1934-1937 - Rambo, Rambo and Knox
74 R - S, 1934-1937 - Rev. Edwin H. Rian
74 R - S, 1934-1937 - Helen M. Robertson, Charles Lukens Huston secretary
74 R - S, 1934-1937 - Sears, Roebuck & Co
74 R - S, 1934-1937 - Rev. Wilbur M. Smith
74 R - S, 1934-1937 - R. M. Snyder & Co
74 R - S, 1934-1937 - Southern Transportation Co
74 R - S, 1934-1937 - Standard Statistics Co., Inc
74 R - S, 1934-1937 - Stoughton Sterling
74 R - S, 1934-1937 - Willard E. Stern
74 R - S, 1934-1937 - Stony Brook School
74 R - S, 1934-1937 - Sunday School Times
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75 T - Z, 1934-1937 - The Texas Co
75 T - Z, 1934-1937 - Thayer, Baker & Co
75 T - Z, 1934-1937 - Town & Country Review
75 T - Z, 1934-1937 - United States Congress
75 T - Z, 1934-1937 - Allan D. Wallis, Ruling Elders
75 T - Z, 1934-1937 - C. Raymond Young
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76 A - G, 1938-1940 - Cadbury, Ellis & Co
76 A - G, 1938-1940 - Chase & Co., A. J. Rinck
76 A - G, 1938-1940 - Chester County Home
76 A - G, 1938-1940 - Christian & Missionary Alliance
76 A - G, 1938-1940 - Howard A. Clark
76 A - G, 1938-1940 - John T. Collins Jr., Co
76 A - G, 1938-1940 - Mrs. Alice Calley Davis
76 A - G, 1938-1940 - Rev. Thomas Todd Edwards
76 A - G, 1938-1940 - J. Warren Field
76 A - G, 1938-1940 - Fortune Magazine
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77 H - N, 1938-1940 - Huston Family correspondence
77 H - N, 1938-1940 - O. B. Kiesewetter, insurance agent
77 H - N, 1938-1940 - Victor Lukens, Charles Lukens Huston nephew
77 H - N, 1938-1940 - John G. Moffat, Montrose, PA
77 H - N, 1938-1940 - Montrose School for Girls
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78 O - Sth, 1938-1940 - Presbyterian Church of Coatesville, PA
78 O - Sth, 1938-1940 - Bertram Rambo of Rambo, Rambo and Knox
78 O - Sth, 1938-1940 - A. J. Rinck, Chase & Co
78 O - Sth, 1938-1940 - J. J. Ryan & Co
78 O - Sth, 1938-1940 - Sears, Roebuck & Co
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79 Sti - Z, 1938-1940 - Standard Statistics Co
79 Sti - Z, 1938-1940 - United States Senate
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80 A - Bo, 1941-1945 - Acousticon Institute, American Earphone Co., Audiphone Co. of Pennsylvania, Aurex Co. of Philadelphia (correspondence about hearing aids)
80 A - Bo, 1941-1945 - Africa Inland Mission
80 A - Bo, 1941-1945 - Alleghany Ore & Iron Co
80 A - Bo, 1941-1945 - American Iron & Steel Institute
80 A - Bo, 1941-1945 - American Mission to the Lepers
80 A - Bo, 1941-1945 - American Safety Razor material
80 A - Bo, 1941-1945 - American Society of Mechanical Engineers
80 A - Bo, 1941-1945 - American Tract Society
80 A - Bo, 1941-1945 - Bailey Banks & Biddle Co
80 A - Bo, 1941-1945 - Rev. Lowe H. Beldon
80 A - Bo, 1941-1945 - Belmont Iron Works
80 A - Bo, 1941-1945 - Bell Telephone Co
80 A - Bo, 1941-1945 - Rev. Stanley V. Bergen
80 A - Bo, 1941-1945 - Bethany Presbyterian Church
80 A - Bo, 1941-1945 - Bible Institute of Pennsylvania
80 A - Bo, 1941-1945 - R. G. Bloom
80 A - Bo, 1941-1945 - William H. Boehm
80 A - Bo, 1941-1945 - Charles W. Bray
80 A - Bo, 1941-1945 - Herman P. Breuninger
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81 Bu - E, 1941-1945 - William Butler III, Lukens Steel Co. Sales employee
81 Bu - E, 1941-1945 - China Inland Mission
81 Bu - E, 1941-1945 - The Christian & Missionary Alliance
81 Bu - E, 1941-1945 - Citizens Hotel Co./Coach & Four Inn
81 Bu - E, 1941-1945 - The Coatesville Record
81 Bu - E, 1941-1945 - John H. Cole
81 Bu - E, 1941-1945 - H. E. Cooley
81 Bu - E, 1941-1945 - Corn Exchange Bank
81 Bu - E, 1941-1945 - Alice Calley Davis
81 Bu - E, 1941-1945 - Rev. D. H. Dolman
81 Bu - E, 1941-1945 - Rev. John DuBosq
81 Bu - E, 1941-1945 - Dr. C. Hans Evans
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82 F - Hu (partial), 1941-1945 - J. Warren Field, real estate agent
82 F - Hu (partial), 1941-1945 - First Hebrew Christian Synagogue
82 F - Hu (partial), 1941-1945 - Fortune Magazine
82 F - Hu (partial), 1941-1945 - Gideons (i.e. PA Gideons)
82 F - Hu (partial), 1941-1945 - Ted Gilbert, appliance repairman
82 F - Hu (partial), 1941-1945 - George M. Gillen, Lukens Steel Co. Sales employee
82 F - Hu (partial), 1941-1945 - Gimbel Bros
82 F - Hu (partial), 1941-1945 - Glen Bros. Inc., New York nursery
82 F - Hu (partial), 1941-1945 - Frank H. Gordon
82 F - Hu (partial), 1941-1945 - Mrs. Robert B. Haines
82 F - Hu (partial), 1941-1945 - William Harvey, contractor
82 F - Hu (partial), 1941-1945 - Ralph H. Henshaw Agency, insurance
82 F - Hu (partial), 1941-1945 - Hepburn & Harria, attorneys
82 F - Hu (partial), 1941-1945 - J. W. Harman, Lukenweld?[?]
82 F - Hu (partial), 1941-1945 - Rev. Warren H. Hershey
82 F - Hu (partial), 1941-1945 - Harry B. Hirsh, Belmont Iron Works
82 F - Hu (partial), 1941-1945 - Rev. Gilbert L. House, Soldiers for Evangelism
82 F - Hu (partial), 1941-1945 - Charles L. Huston Jr
82 F - Hu (partial), 1941-1945 - Charles P. L. Huston
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83 Hu (partial) - Hz, I - J, 1941-1945 - Charles L Huston --Scrap Iron Meeting & photos
83 Hu (partial) - Hz, I - J, 1941-1945 - Ruth Huston
83 Hu (partial) - Hz, I - J, 1941-1945 - J. Stewart Huston
83 Hu (partial) - Hz, I - J, 1941-1945 - Mary Huston, estate of
83 Hu (partial) - Hz, I - J, 1941-1945 - Harry W. Huston
83 Hu (partial) - Hz, I - J, 1941-1945 - Investment Registry of America
83 Hu (partial) - Hz, I - J, 1941-1945 - Rev. H. A. Ironside
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84 K - Mn, 1941-1945 - Josephine Kaas
84 K - Mn, 1941-1945 - The Fred Kelker Tract Society
84 K - Mn, 1941-1945 - Dr. E. R. Kellersberger, American Mission to the Lepers
84 K - Mn, 1941-1945 - Kewanee Boiler Co
84 K - Mn, 1941-1945 - Keystone Automobile Club Casualty Co
84 K - Mn, 1941-1945 - O. B. Kieseuetter, Union Central Life Insurance Co
84 K - Mn, 1941-1945 - Dr. & Mrs. T. A. Lambie
84 K - Mn, 1941-1945 - Lukens Steel Co
84 K - Mn, 1941-1945 - W. Foxall MacElree
84 K - Mn, 1941-1945 - Arthur G. McKee Company
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85 Mo - P, 1941-1945 - Montrose Bible Conference Association
85 Mo - P, 1941-1945 - Moody Bible Institute
85 Mo - P, 1941-1945 - National Association of Evangelicals
85 Mo - P, 1941-1945 - National Reform Association
85 Mo - P, 1941-1945 - New York Jewish Evangelism Society
85 Mo - P, 1941-1945 - Nils Nilson
85 Mo - P, 1941-1945 - Clark W. Parker
85 Mo - P, 1941-1945 - Pennsylvania Railroad Veterans Association
85 Mo - P, 1941-1945 - William L. and Mrs. Pettingill
85 Mo - P, 1941-1945 - Philadelphia Furnace Co
85 Mo - P, 1941-1945 - Presbyterian Church of Coatesville, PA
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86 Q - R, 1941-1945 - Rambo, Rambo & Knox; 2 Folders
86 Q - R, 1941-1945 - Rev. Edwin J. Reinke
86 Q - R, 1941-1945 - W. H. Ridgway, Craig Ridgway & Son Co
86 Q - R, 1941-1945 - A. J. Rinck, Chase & Co
86 Q - R, 1941-1945 - Helen M. Robertson, Charles Lukens Huston secretary
86 Q - R, 1941-1945 - Rev. W. Douglas Roe
86 Q - R, 1941-1945 - Rev. Paul W. Rood
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87 S - T, 1941-1945 - D. M. Stearns Missionary Fund
87 S - T, 1941-1945 - Rev. Wilbur M. Smith
87 S - T, 1941-1945 - Warren H. Snow
87 S - T, 1941-1945 - Marshall Snyder
87 S - T, 1941-1945 - Stoughton Sterling
87 S - T, 1941-1945 - Strawbridge & Clothier
87 S - T, 1941-1945 - Sudan Interior Mission Inc
87 S - T, 1941-1945 - Summer Bible School Association
87 S - T, 1941-1945 - Sunday School Times
87 S - T, 1941-1945 - Tate-Jones Inc
87 S - T, 1941-1945 - Mr. & Mrs. Raymond C. Templin
87 S - T, 1941-1945 - W. G. Theisinger (electron microscopes), Lukens Steel Co. employee
87 S - T, 1941-1945 - Walter A. Thompson
87 S - T, 1941-1945 - Walter K. Thorne
87 S - T, 1941-1945 - W. Perry Tyson
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88 U - Z, 1941-1945 - Mrs. Ruth W. Vanderslice
88 U - Z, 1941-1945 - N. C. Vlasveld
88 U - Z, 1941-1945 - Dr. George B. Waterhouse
88 U - Z, 1941-1945 - George K. Watson, C. P. A
88 U - Z, 1941-1945 - Western Electric Co
88 U - Z, 1941-1945 - W. L. White Sons (marble & granite)
88 U - Z, 1941-1945 - Rev. H. Carroll Whitener
88 U - Z, 1941-1945 - Who's Who - Charles Lukens Huston biographical material
88 U - Z, 1941-1945 - Wise Book Co., Inc
88 U - Z, 1941-1945 - Ray Wolfe, Lukens Steel Co. Maintainence Engineer
88 U - Z, 1941-1945 - World Christian Fundamentals Association
88 U - Z, 1941-1945 - Young Men's Christian Association
88 U - Z, 1941-1945 - C. Raymond Young, attorney
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89 A - B, 1946-1951 - Acousticon of Philadelphia
89 A - B, 1946-1951 - Africa Inland Mission
89 A - B, 1946-1951 - American Bible Society
89 A - B, 1946-1951 - American Board of Missions to the Jews
89 A - B, 1946-1951 - American Iron & Steel Institute
89 A - B, 1946-1951 - American Mission to the Lepers
89 A - B, 1946-1951 - American Scripture Gift Mission
89 A - B, 1946-1951 - American Society of Mechanical Engineers
89 A - B, 1946-1951 - American Tract Society
89 A - B, 1946-1951 - T. Amoraki, missionary in Japan
89 A - B, 1946-1951 - Belmont Iron Works
89 A - B, 1946-1951 - Bible Institute of Pennsylvania
89 A - B, 1946-1951 - R. G. Bloom, Comptroller
89 A - B, 1946-1951 - William Butler, Lukens Steel Co. Advertising employee
89 A - B, 1946-1951 - By-Products Steel Corp
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90 C - G, 1946-1951 - W. J. Charlton
90 C - G, 1946-1951 - Chester Valley, National Bank of
90 C - G, 1946-1951 - Christian & Missionary Alliance
90 C - G, 1946-1951 - China Inland Mission
90 C - G, 1946-1951 - Citizens Hotel Co
90 C - G, 1946-1951 - John H. Cole
90 C - G, 1946-1951 - John T. Collins Jr. Co
90 C - G, 1946-1951 - Commonwealth Telephone Co
90 C - G, 1946-1951 - Corn Exchange Bank
90 C - G, 1946-1951 - Paul R. Cowles
90 C - G, 1946-1951 - George T. B. Davis
90 C - G, 1946-1951 - Equitable Life Assurance Society
90 C - G, 1946-1951 - C. Hans Evans
90 C - G, 1946-1951 - Leonard L. Eyster
90 C - G, 1946-1951 - Fairview Cemetery Association
90 C - G, 1946-1951 - Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America
90 C - G, 1946-1951 - Hans Peter Freece
90 C - G, 1946-1951 - Robert Gair Co
90 C - G, 1946-1951 - Gay -Murray Co
90 C - G, 1946-1951 - Geneva College
90 C - G, 1946-1951 - Gideons International
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91 H - Lh, 1946-1951 - Robert B. Haines III
91 H - Lh, 1946-1951 - Charles F. Hamilton & Mrs. William H., mother
91 H - Lh, 1946-1951 - W. L. Harvey
91 H - Lh, 1946-1951 - Haverford College
91 H - Lh, 1946-1951 - W. Wald Hayes
91 H - Lh, 1946-1951 - Ralph H. Henshaw
91 H - Lh, 1946-1951 - J. W. Herman
91 H - Lh, 1946-1951 - Rev. Robert M. Honeyman
91 H - Lh, 1946-1951 - Clinton N. Howard
91 H - Lh, 1946-1951 - Gilbert L. Howe
91 H - Lh, 1946-1951 - Charles L. Huston -- Birthday Greetings
91 H - Lh, 1946-1951 - Charles L. Huston Jr
91 H - Lh, 1946-1951 - Harry W. Huston
91 H - Lh, 1946-1951 - J. Stewart Huston
91 H - Lh, 1946-1951 - Miss Laetitia P. Huston
91 H - Lh, 1946-1951 - Ruth [?] Dr. & Mrs. T. A. Lambie
91 H - Lh, 1946-1951 - Rev. A. L. Lathem
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92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Liberty Limestone Corp
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - George P. Little
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Lord's Day Alliance
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Lukens Steel Co
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Lukenweld, Inc
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Rev. Charles C. McIntire
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Philip M. McKenna
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Maico of Pennsylvania (Hearing aids)
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Mrs. Thorwald Mathieson
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Mrs. V. H. Melville
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - The Million Testaments Campaign
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - John G. Moffat, Montrose, PA
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Montrose Bible Conference Association
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Moody Monthly, Moody Bible Institute
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Morris & Van Wormer
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - National Association of Evangelicals
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - National Bank of Chester Valley
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - National Bureau of Analysis
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - New Process Co
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Nils Nilson
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - North China Theological Seminary Inc
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Dr. Isaac Page
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Philip H. Pent
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Rev. & Mrs. W. L. Pettingill
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Philadelphia Fundamentalists
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Philadelphia School of the Bible
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Philadelphia Veterans Association
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Pocket Testament League
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Presbyterian Church of Coatesville, PA
92 Li - P, 1946-1951 - Provident Trust Co
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93 R - T, 1946-1951 - Rambo, Knox & Landreth
93 R - T, 1946-1951 - Paul Reffner, Y. M. C. A
93 R - T, 1946-1951 - Rev. Wilbur M. Smith
93 R - T, 1946-1951 - Rev. T. S. Soltau
93 R - T, 1946-1951 - Sonotone (Hearing aids)
93 R - T, 1946-1951 - The D. M. Stearns Missionary Fund
93 R - T, 1946-1951 - Stoughton Sterling, C. P. A
93 R - T, 1946-1951 - Dr. Charles H. Stone
93 R - T, 1946-1951 - Summer Bible School Association
93 R - T, 1946-1951 - Sunday School Times
93 R - T, 1946-1951 - Walter A. Thompson
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94 U - Z, 1946-1951 - John Wanamaker
94 U - Z, 1946-1951 - Rev. Leland Wang
94 U - Z, 1946-1951 - Washington Cathedral
94 U - Z, 1946-1951 - Wellman Engineering Co
94 U - Z, 1946-1951 - Al White Mfg. Co. (portable organs)
94 U - Z, 1946-1951 - Rev. H. Carroll Whitener
94 U - Z, 1946-1951 - World Christian Fundamentals
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95 Charles L. Huston: 28 personal memo books, 1886-1916
B. Subject Correspondence, 1888-1937
3 linear feet
Scope and Content
The subject correspondence of Charles L. Huston primarily concerns temperance, Prohibition and Huston's investments.
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96 YMCA material - correspondence, reports, printed pamphlets, 1888-1930; 170 items
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97 Pennsylvania Evangelistic Association and Presbyterian Synods - correspondence to Charles L. Huston and Treasurer; correspondence of the Presbyterian synods; printed minutes; reports, 1893-1895, 1933-1934; 275 items
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98 Presbyterian Synods - minutes and correspondence, 1933-1934; 100 items
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99 Curran Estate [printed copies of will, printed trust settlement material, printed reports and correspondence], 1872-1930; 125 items
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100 Investments, insurance policies, and correspondence, 1892-1903; 400 items
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101 Chester County Home (Hospital) - correspondence, printed booklets, clippings, Minutes of the Board, and correspondence re boilers, 1931 1937; 400 items
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102 "An Act: To restrain and regulate the sale of vinous and spirituous, malt or brewed liquors, or any admixture thereof." Approved 13 May 1887, James A. Beaver. Following this initial Act are similar acts dating between 1891 and 1907.
102 Letter, possibly written by Charles Lukens Huston, discussing "the effect of the Liquor Traffic in its Relation to Manufacturing Interests", 1 April 1914
102 "Indifference" (poem), 13 January 1913
102 Flyer reviewing The New Republic article from Munsey Magazine by Michael Callahan, "The Poster Campaign Against Alcohol"
102 Clippings - "The Law Applying to Constables"
102 "The New Liliputians," a page from leaflet Why Abstain? Why Prohibit? printed sheet music, "Pennsylvania Shall be Free," published by the Pennsylvania Anti-Saloon League
102 Returns from the Non-Necessity Specific Remonstrance Papers," Chester County No-License Campaign, 1 March 1913
102 Printed review and order form of the 1922 publication "The Prohibition Question," accounts of Union Prohibitory League of Chester County (Charles Lukens Huston, Treas.), 1912-1914
102 News clippings re "No License League and Pennsylvania prohibition activity", 1889-1891
102 Prohibition pamphlets, 1907-1915, 1932; 41 items
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103 Miscellaneous correspondence, 1927-1937; 44 items
103 Letters concerning church, missions, and Bible, 1903-1927
103 Letters concerning YMCA, also draft of letter from Charles Lukens Huston to Frank, 1903-1910
103 Letters concerning hospital and ambulance, 1899; 2 letters
103 Edwin C. Dinwiddie, Chairman of Joint Campaign Committee for Statewide Prohibition (Oklahoma) letter, 1907
103 Letter concerning Prohibition from J. Newton Huston (Chester County, Pa.), 1909
103 F.G. Cartbud (Columbia Springs Hotel, near Hudson, N.Y.), personal tribulations as minister to Friends in Poughkeepsie, including financial setbacks and brain fever, with hallucinations and railing at Quakers; also adapting hotel for treatment of alcoholism, 1898
103 J.B. Rendell (Lincoln University, Chester County, Pa.), seeking aid in financing electric power plant, to replace kerosene light, etc., 1910
103 Frank B. ____, regarding recurring hospitalization for mental problems, with help of Charles Lukens Huston and invoice for clothing, 1910
103 Appeals and acknowledgements from other individuals, including laborers or their families, 1898-1926; 6 letters and typescript with photo
103 Investments - Cherokee Oil & Gas Company - letters from officers E.E. Allen, W.F. Messner and W.D. Todd, 1905, 1911
103 Investments - Cherokee Oil & Gas Company - agreement on reorganization; typescript copy
103 Investments - Colombia Company - letters of Norristown broker Coleman & Wonsetler, 6 May 1904; letters
103 Investments - Consolidated Ice Manufacturing, Refrigerating and Fish Co. - letters , stock certificate, stock receipts, 1901-1905
103 Investments - Cuba Fruit Company - letter of S.B. Downes, 1903; letters
103 Investments - Cuba Fruit Company - letters of other officers, C.B. Hubbard, F.R. Kennedy, George E. Bartol and John E. Lonergan, 1903-1905; letters
103 Investments - Cuba Fruit Company - letters of Norristown broker T.C. Coleman, 1904-1905; letters
103 Investments - Cuba Fruit Company - Charles Lukens Huston orders for notes (carbon), 1904
103 Investments - Cuba Fruit Company - sample notes, 1903; sheet of 6, printed
103 Investments - Cuba Fruit Company - news clipping, 1905
103 Investments - Locust Mountain Coal & Iron Co. - letters of [broker?] Horatio Lloyd (Philadelphia), 1910; letters
103 Investments - Marshall Coal Co. - letter of Joseph Humpton, Secretary and Treasurer, 1910; 1 item
103 Investments - Morrison Gulch mine property in California - letter of Calvin A. Hare, of Bucknell University, 1909-1910; 1 itemletter
103 Investments - Weaver-Hirsh Co. - prospectus, circa 1903; 4 pp., typescript (carbon)
103 Investments - By-laws, reports, etc. - The Bon Ami Company, January -June 1936; 1 item
103 Investments - By-laws, reports, etc. - Cuba Fruit Co, 1900-1905; 6 items
103 Investments - By-laws, reports, etc. - Locust Mountain Coal & Iron Co, 1905-1906; 2 items
103 Investments - By-laws, reports, etc. - The Provident Life & Trust Co. of Philadelphia, 1905-1907; 3 items
103 Investments - By-laws, reports, etc. - Westmoreland Coal Co., 1904-1905; 2 items
C. Family Correspondence, 1850-1946
3 linear feet
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104 Isabella P. Huston to her aunt, Hannah Gibbons, 1855-1966; 17 items
104 Isabella P. Huston statement to strikers concerning their request to use Lukens Co. lounge for prayer meetings, 1855-1946 [found in Esterbrook letters, below]
104 Letters from R. Esterbrook to Isabella P. Huston, 1885-1986; 2 items
104 Printed tract of the National Socialist party, 1855-1946
104 Susan B. Carey to Isabella P. Huston, 1855-1946; 4 items
104 D.E.C to Isabella P. Huston, 1855-1946
104 Morris Cope (cousin) to Isabella P. Huston, 1855-1946
104 E.C. Dunn to Isabella P. Huston, 1855-1946
104 Samuel Emlen to Isabella P. Huston, 1855-1946; 2 items
104 Elizabeth Evans to Isabella P. Huston, 1855-1946; 6 items
104 Thomas Evans to Isabella P. Huston, 1855-1946
104 Helen Hotchkin to Isabella P. Huston, 1855-1946; 2 items
104 _____ King to Isabella P. Huston, 1855-1946
104 M.A. Loyd to Isabella P. Huston, 1855-1946; 3 items
104 Joseph Potts to Isabella P. Huston, 1855-1946; 3 items
104 Clarkson Sheppard to Isabella P. Huston, 1855-1946
104 John S. Stokes to Isabella P. Huston, 1855-1946; 3 items
104 Margaretta Walton to Isabella P. Huston, 1855-1946; 3 items
104 Esther ___ to Isabella P. Huston, 1855-1946
104 Isabella P. Huston - Copy of passage from Augustine, in cover of John M. Sharpless & Co., Philadelphia, 1886
104 Charles L. Huston to his mother Isabella P. Huston, 1870-1986 [From Haverford College, vacation locations, and Coatesville. A few include references to Lukens Rolling Mills business.] ; 28 items
104 Charles L. Huston to his wife Nan, 1901
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105 Charles Lukens Huston to niece Nannie, declining invitation [to her wedding?], 1914 April 22; 1 itemletter
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104 C. Walter Borton to Charles L. Huston
104 Alice R. Calley (sister) to Charles L. Huston
104 Jesse Coates (cousin) to Charles L. Huston; 2 items
104 Nan Huston (wife) to Charles L. Huston; 4 items
104 Ruth Huston (daughter) to Charles L. Huston
104 Elizabeth Pharo to Charles L. Huston
104 Walter Pharo to Charles L. Huston
104 May _____ (sister) to Charles Lukens Huston in London, 1893
104 May _____ (sister) to Charles Lukens Huston in Coatesville, 1917
104 E.M. Stewart to brother Frank _____.
104 Charles L. Huston - Miscellany, 1907, 1946; 5 items
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105 Correspondence between cousin William L. Bailey (West Chester, Pa.) and Charles L. Huston concerning the death of cousin S.L. North, and her survivor (daughter Rachel), 1903 October 22-26
105 Correspondence between brother-in-law Walter Calley (Coatesville) and Charles L. Huston concerning the prospective marriage to Miss Irene Hopkins, following death of Alice (daughter) with mention of Huston's sons, 1897 December 20
105 Correspondence from Sister May (Mrs. Robert B. Haines, Jr.) to Charles L. Huston concerning news of children, her health (Battle Creek Sanitarium), family supper invitation, and effects of depression on Coatesville, annotated by Charles Lukens Huston in returning her check, 1897-1933; 5 items
105 Brother-in -law R[obert] B. Haines, Jr. and Charles L. Huston acknowledging contribution to Lebanon Hospital for Insane in Palestine, 1906 December 29
105 Correspondence between brother Abraham Francis Huston ("Frank") to Charles L. Huston concerning family as well as Lukens Iron & Steel Co. matters including personal controversy between them, 1901-1910; 7 items
105 Aunt Almira R. Huston (Mrs. William Huston) to Charles L. Huston concerning sale of "Uncle Will's" oil paintings to raise funds and invention by son Frank with mention of Huston's other son, 1893-1908; 4 items
105 Correspondence between sister "Annie" (Miss C.L. Huston) and Charles L. Huston discussing Lukens Company and family matters such as settlement between brother Abraham Francis Huston, brother-in-law Robert B. Haines and self, involving father's estate and "old"/"new" firm, 1903-1920; 14 items
105 Cousin Hannah West Huston (daughter of Almira and William, above) to Charles L. Huston regarding sale of her father's paintings, 1902 December 17
105 J. Stewart Huston to Charles L. Huston regarding brother's college club, reorganization of the Company, 1897 October 8
105 James P.P. Huston to Charles L. Huston concerning personal debt to Charles Lukens Huston, 1897 October 8
105 Aunt Mary [Huston] to Charles L. Huston thanking Charles Lukens Huston for condolences and gift at time of husband's death, 1906 December 8
105 Wife Nan (Stewart) Huston to Charles L. Huston regarding news of home and church, 1906 November 7
105 Daughter Ruth Huston to Charles L. Huston concerning new automobile
105 Cousin Spencer S. Huston to Charles L. Huston regarding death of his mother (Mary, above), and settlement of her debts, 1909 February 18
105 William Ridgely Leaken, Attorney (Savannah, husband of Ruth Huston) to Charles L. Huston regarding approaching wedding of Charles Lukens Huston and Nan Stewart in Savannah, local judicial scene, and legal advice concerning Lukens holdings in potash, 1895-1905 [In addition to topics specified below, the following five letters trace WRL's struggle with alcoholism.] ; 6 items
105 Cousin Mabel Huston MacDonald (Mrs. W.J.) (Nova Scotia) to Charles L. Huston regarding financial problems, 1901 September 19-29
105 Nephew Charles Miller to Charles L. Huston concerning his mother's death, 1929 June 9
105 Correspondence between Sister Clara (Huston) Miller and Charles L. Huston, 1893-1924 [This two-way, 7-item correspondence touches on difficulties caused within the family company by Rob Haines (May's husband), settlement of parents' estates, investments, Charles Miller's education at Princeton and direction of his future (at Lukens mills or at Oxford), and Clara's health.] ; 7 items
105 Correspondence between Nephew Murray M. Stewart, Jr. and Charles L. Huston regarding financial problems of Stewart Cotton Co. (Savannah), 1928 September 28-29
105 Nephew Alberto [husband of Clare (Miller)] to Charles L. Huston, seeking help due to Florida crop failure and other setbacks, 1905 December 2-1906 March 28
105 Niece Alice [Calley] _____ to Charles L. Huston, replying to inquiry about welfare family in Sioux Falls, S.D., 1920 November 20
105 Cousin Sallie ("The Homestead"), thanking Charles Lukens Huston for financial help
105 Miscellany - J. Reynolds & Son, repairs on Homestead furnace, 1903; 3 postcards
105 Pennock genealogy; 3 pp. typescript with carbon copy (2)
105 News clipping, inventory of Abraham Francis Huston estate, 1930; 1 item
105 Specifications and directions for Kilgore automobile parts, printed, etc.; 4 items
105 List of portraits in Philadelphia Stock Exchange "Gallery of men of affairs", 1902; 1 itemprinted
105 Invitation to Charles Lukens Huston to be included in above gallery, 1902; 1 item
105 Request from Glasgow Royal Exchange for information on a laborer who had died in America, 1898; 1 item
105 C.H. Zehnder, Pres., The Alleghany Ore and Iron Co. of Virginia, re check to M. Bailey, 1898; 1 item
105 Receipt for Iron & Steel Institute subscription, 1924
105 Ditty, "The Boys of '75" (Haverford College); 1 itemtypescript, 3 pp. (mimeo)
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106 Annie "Nan"(Stewart) Huston (Charles L. Huston's wife) - correspondence, mostly family letters, 1880-1950; miscellany, including a receipe book, 1880-1950
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107 J. Stewart Huston - School copybooks [English 2; English 3; Electrochemistry; Metallurgical Lab; Biology; Assaying lectures; Electrometallurgical notes]
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108 J. Stewart Huston - School copybooks, 1919 [Physical Education; Physics (Haverford 1919); Advanced Chemistry; Metallography; Metallurgy, introduction; noteboook]
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109 J. Stewart Huston - Essays - "Calculations, 1922"
109 J. Stewart Huston - Essays - "The Thermal Efficiency & Heat Balance of an Open Hearth Furnace"
109 J. Stewart Huston - Essays - "Securing quality in Steel Plate", October 1931
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110 J. Stewart Huston - letters to family, 1915-1938, 1949; 40 items
110 J. Stewart Huston - letters concerning history of ambulance unit and French Army citation, 1906-1918
110 J. Stewart Huston - childhood biographical essay
110 J. Stewart Huston - C.L. Huston letters to his brother-in-law William R. Leaken, 1905
110 Charles L. Huston to J. Stewart Huston with stock agreement, 1906-1917
110 Charles L. Huston to Ruth Huston (daughter), 1922
110 J. Stewart Huston - miscellaneous items, 1898-1930
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111 Legal and financial papers concerning the estate of Mary Huston (Charles Lukens Huston's daughter), 1919-1942
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112 Ledger of G.W.P. Coates (son of Dr. Jesse P. Coates) possibly concerning the operation of the Locust Point Iron Works near Baltimore, Maryland, 1854-1857 [Jesse Coates and Charles L. Huston started the Coatesville Hospital in 1899. Coates and his brother Isaac Pennock Coates operated the iron works in Baltimore in the 1850s.]
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113 Scrapbooks compiled by Ruth Huston on the history of art; 4 items
D. Professional Activities, 1898-1939
2 linear feet
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114 Alleghany Ore & Iron Co. (Buena Vista, Va.) - notices of directors' meetings
114 American Institute of Weights and Measures, 1928-1934
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115 American Iron and Steel Institute - statistical bulletins, notices of meetings, and routine letters, 1928-1937
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116 American Society of Mechanical Engineers - concerning committee on boiler codes, specifications and safety valves, with reports, minutes and notices, 1909-1938
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117 Belmont Iron Works (Philadelphia), 1917-1924
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118 Consolidated Ice Manufacturing, Refrigerating and Fish Co. (Punta Gordas, Fla.), 1901-1903
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119 Jacobs-Shupert United States Firebox Co. - manufacture of fireboxes for the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company, 1909-1918
E. Sunday School Lesson Books, 1920-1942
2.5 linear feet
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120 Sunday School lesson books, October 1920-1923; 11 books
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121 Sunday School lesson books, 1924-July 1927; 12 books
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122 Sunday School lesson books, 1927-1929; 9 books
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123 Sunday School lesson books, 1930-1932; 10 books
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124 Sunday School lesson books, 1933-1935; 11 books
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125 Sunday School lesson books, 1935-1942; 14 books
F. Personal documents and miscellany, 1809-1959
3 linear feet
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126 Charles Lukens Huston - will, residence appraisal, estate report, passport, Employers' Tax Statement, and Social Security Act and Unemployment Insurance, 1895-1945
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127 Charles Lukens Huston - receipts; autobiographical and biographical material; miscellany, 1870-1950
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128 Charles Lukens Huston - securities transactions, life insurance receipts, residence appraisal, deeds and house receipts, list of contributions to organizations, 1882-1946
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129 Estates material, documentation for "Greystone" mansion on Pennsylvania Historic sites and landmarks list
129 A.F. Huston letter to Charles Lukens Huston and A.F. Huston obituary, 1913, 1930
129 Huston Memorial - nurses' records of treatments (house calls) and cancelled checks, 1903
129 Huston Memorial - records of cases treated, 1899-1903
129 Book of news clippings titled "Cultivation of Grapes," by Charles Lukens Huston, 1891
129 W.C. Gibbons' Latin Exercise book with a brief history of Lukens Steel Co. recounted in a letter to Stewart Huston from William H. Ridgway, 15 January 1941
129 Deed, Robert Bunting, Sr. to Samuel Bunting, Jr. for 65 acres 61 perches, Lower Oxford Township, Chester County, 1809 and Legal transfer of Samuel Bunting's mortgage to Isaac Pennock, 1821 Janaury 30
129 Charles Lukens Huston - greeting cards, mementos, notes, 1882-1926
129 Documents regarding the will of Isabella P. Huston, Rambo Coatesville property, Wilmington & Northern Railroad, Coatesville alley, Lukens Rolling Mills, and Lukens Iron & Steel Co.; blueprint of Rebecca Lukens property titled "A Tracing from the original by H.G. Book", 1877-1897
129 Miscellaneous, 1810-1902 - Hoopes, Bros. & Darlington trade catalog for wheels and wheel material
129 Miscellaneous, 1810-1902 - Pennsylvania Railroad station receival forms
129 Miscellaneous, 1810-1902 - correspondence
129 Miscellaneous, 1810-1902 - mortgage agreements
129 Miscellaneous, 1810-1902 - Probate of Wills granting Rebecca Lukens legal authority to her husband's estate
129 Miscellaneous, 1810-1902 - land tract survey for Mathew Taylor by Crosby Phipps
129 Miscellaneous, 1810-1902 - letter re water rights
129 John Beach to his mother Abigail, undated
129 Letter to "My dear Mary," Brandywine, 24 January 1829
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130 Charles Lukens Huston - Personal expenses and credit memos (200 items)
130 Charles Lukens Huston - eight small, handwritten notebooks -- "Niagara, Ontario 7/7 to 7/13, 1892," scripture notes and references to D.M. Stearns
130 Charles Lukens Huston - notebook with scripture notes and references to Bishop Newman and Dr. Scofield, 1909-1912
130 Charles Lukens Huston - "Contributions", 1900
130 Charles Lukens Huston - "Appeals for help and responses," one page devoted to appeals and the remainder to scripture , 1935-1938
130 Charles Lukens Huston - Student's Exercise Notebook," French and Latin handwritten exercises
130 Charles Lukens Huston - "Latin I, February 8th, S. Hudson Chapman, Jr."
130 Charles Lukens Huston - list of flowers
130 Charles Lukens Huston - Bible school notes
130 Charles Lukens Huston - envelopes showing a variety of stamps, both domestic and foreign; 84 items
130 Charles Lukens Huston - brochures; Christmas cards; postcard; parts of letters; 1913 New York Times "Business Outlook" clipping; samples of printed stationary, mostly for Lukens Steel Co., 1913, 1919, undated
130 Charles Lukens Huston - advertisement for a local hotel, The Stephenson House, 1870-1889
130 Carbon copy of Sarah P. Coates' will, witnessed by Charles Lukens Huston and wife, 1919
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131 Haverford Loganian Society, certificate of membership to C.L. Huston, 30 June 1875
131 Lincoln Highway Association, certificate of contribution to C.L. Huston, 30 October 1913; framed
131 American Society for Metals, silver certificate of membership to Stewart Huston, February 1959
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132-134 Card files of contributions, 1911-1950; 3 boxes - 2 metal, 1 wood
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135 Charles L. Huston miscellany - Ruth Huston's house in Kentucky, 1928 February-March; 6 blueprints
135 Charles L. Huston - Schematic drawing, "Every Tick brings us nearer to Eternity"
135 Charles L. Huston - Schematic outline of "1000 Yrs. Reign with Christ on Earth"
135 Charles L. Huston - Schematic drawing of how man has progressed towards eternity, with attached list headed by "The Millennium"
135 Charles L. Huston - Large pamphlet (fragile): "Eispensational Truth or 'God's Plan and Purpose in the Ages' " by Clarence Larken, 1918
135 Charles L. Huston - Broadside: "George H. Handwork for Mayor"
135 Charles L. Huston - Huston family genealogy chart and Pennock family genealogy chart; 2 rolls
III. Lukens Steel Company (LSC), 1878-1900, 1937-1951
5 linear feet
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136 LSC business correspondence [correspondents include Dr. Huston, Huston & Penrose, Charles Huston & Sons, or Irwin Vannan of LSC, and tri-state founders supplying LSC with furnaces, stokers and testing machines], 1878-1900, 1937-1951
136 Applications for foreman's job at LSC, 1900
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137-138 General correspondence, 1937-1950
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139 Robert W. Wolcott's business correspondence, 1941-1951
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140 LSC Open Hearth Operations, 1925-1945 - Advertising and Public Relations Programs
140 LSC Open Hearth Operations, 1925-1945 - In -house research reports
140 LSC Open Hearth Operations, 1925-1945 - Daily condition and construction reports
140 LSC Open Hearth Operations, 1925-1945 - Graphs showing operations figures
140 Minutes of LSC Board Meetings, 1941, 1945
140 LSC Open Hearth Operations reports, 1936, 1938; 2 items
140 LSC Open Hearth Operations, 1925-1945 - bank and insurance papers
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141 Financial Statements and profit and loss reports for LSC and subsidiaries, Lukenweld, Inc. and By-Products Steel Corporation, 1938-1945
141 "Tensile Strength and Ductility of Steel Boiler Plates and the Tetmayer Formula for Figuring Allowable Stresses," Huston, Charles L., 1924
141 "Experiments on the Segregation of Steel Ingots in its relation to Plate Specifications," Huston, Charles L., 1906
141 Newspapers, magazines and reprints re LSC, 1910-1944
141 LSC Annual Reports, 1936, 1939, 1948
141 Brief history of LSC
141 Charles Lukens Huston legal patent papers, 1897-1920
141 Lukensweld, Inc. and By-Products Steel Corp. - By -Laws
141 A.F. Huston printed stock prospectus, 1916
141 Pennsylvania Corp. Law Act No. 106, 1933
141 Memo covering current status of LSC property on the Delaware River, 1943
141 "Summarization of Questions to be answered by a corporation in a registration statement under the Securities Act of 1933"
141 Correspondence with a Japanese visitor to LSC, 1905
141 LSC Thrift Savings plan
141 LSC Salary/Wage Payment Scale, 1937
141 Agreement between LSC and the Steel Workers Organizing Committee
141 LSC Retirement Plan, 1944
141 LSC Training Program, 1942
141 Accident suit against LSC - opinion, 1898
141 Correspondence with a consulting chemist re whiskey to LSC employees, 1911
141 Robert W. Wolcott letter re LSC Employee Representatives issues, including vacation, bonus, and solicitation of employees by organizers, 1936
141 Letters from LSC employees, 1903-1910; 4 items
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142 Issues of the Coatesville Record, Coatesville Weekly Times, The Sunday School Times
142 Steel weld fabrication procedure drawings and costs
142 Labor cost comparison report of the Manufacturing Committee, 1938
142 Wage cost sheets for Lukenweld, Inc., 1930-1948
142 Blueprint of Pit Furnace in 140' mill, 1919
142 Gibb's Electric Co., 1896; 6 blueprints
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141 Lukens Iron and Steel Co-op Store - by -laws, accounts, bills paid, receipts, 1884-1887