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Bethlehem Steel Corporation and Bethlehem Ship Corporation photographs

Accession 1980.300

Audiovisual Collections and Digital Initiatives Department, Hagley Museum and Library


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

Finding aid prepared by Barbara Hall, 1993, revised and encoded by Laurie Sather, 2016.,

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Descriptive Summary

Title: Bethlehem Steel Corporation and Bethlehem Ship Corporation photographs
Dates: 1786-1966
Accession Number: 1980.300
Creator: Bethlehem Steel Corporation.
Extent: 200 linear feet
Physical Description: 8,326 photographic prints : b&w ; predominantly 16 x 20 in. or smaller; 15,991 negatives : film and glass; 35 items : blueprints; 2 items : drawings ; 60 x 76 cm.
Language of Material: English
Repository: Hagley Museum and Library: Audiovisual Collections and Digital Initiatives Department
Abstract: At the turn of the century, under the direction of Charles M. Schwab (1862-1939) and Eugene Grace (1876-1960), Bethlehem Steel Corporation became the second largest American steel company; combined with its other venture, Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp., it became a leading twentieth century American business. The collection includes a wide range of photography which documents the company’s long history and the breadth of its enterprises from east to west coasts and overseas. It contains eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth century industrial and non-industrial images and of management and workers. As a research tool, its use will be as varied and extensive as the corporation itself was during its years as an American industrial giant.
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Administrative Information


Provenance

Gift, 1980

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research.

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Historical Note

The Bethlehem Steel Corporation was the second leading steel producer in the United States between 1916 and 1984. For a time it was also the largest shipbuilding firm in the world. The Bethlehem Steel Corporation was incorporated in New Jersey on December 10, 1904, to effect the reorganization of the United States Shipbuilding Company of 1902. Bethlehem was a holding company whose purpose was to control the older Bethlehem Steel Company and a series of shipyards in Elizabeth, New Jersey, Wilmington, Delaware, and San Francisco, California.

Bethlehem Steel Corporation in its earliest manifestation dates from 1861 when it was initially conceived as the Bethlehem Iron Company located in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania to produce railroad rails. This nomenclature changed to Bethlehem Steel Corporation at the turn of the century when the company under the direction of Charles M. Schwab (1862-1939) and Eugene Grace (1876-1960) became the second largest American steel company; combined with its other venture, Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation, it became a leading twentieth century American business.

In 1949 Bethlehem Steel Corporation dedicated a new library within the company headquarters in honor of their deceased leader, Charles Schwab. Schwab, at the time, had already been dead for ten years, but Eugene Grace’s devotion to him lasted until his own death; before his passing in 1960, Grace chose a burial plot near Charles Schwab’s crypt. As the leader of the Corporation ending a fifty-year career, Eugene Grace made a final decision to dedicate the company library to his mentor, Charles Schwab. Members from the American Institute of Iron and Steel who consisted of the most powerful steel men in America attended the ceremony.

In 1950, at the close of Grace’s fifty-year career with Bethlehem Steel Corporation, the company renovated their auditorium. Grace’s service to the company was honored by rededicating the room to him. Extensive mural work was done in the auditorium and foyer by the artist Dean Cornwell. The artwork depicts themes from Eugene Grace’s life and from steel and shipbuilding motifs that illustrate the Corporation’s industries.

In addition to steel ships, Bethlehem was a major producer of armor plate and ordnance and soon ranked on a par with Krupp, Armstrong's and the other big European munitions makers. It also pioneered in structural steel, manufacturing the rolled wide-flange columns and beams invented by Henry Grey (1849-1913).

Bethlehem Steel grew rapidly by absorbing competitors. Its principal acquisitions were the Fore River Shipbuilding Company (1913), the Pennsylvania and Maryland Steel Companies (1916), the Lackawanna Steel Company (1922), and the Midvale Steel & Ordnance Company (1923). A second round of acquisitions, including the Pacific Coast Steel Company (1930), the McClintic-​Marshall Corporation (1931) and the Kalman Steel Company (1931), expanded Bethlehem's reach into other areas of the country and strengthened its position in structural steel fabrication and as a supplier to the new manufacturers of consumer goods.

Like all domestic steel makers, Bethlehem was increasingly vulnerable to competition from non-union minimills and foreign producers, particularly after 1973. A drastic downsizing program between 1977 and 1990 temporarily eliminated massive annual losses. In the process, the company lost its number-two ranking, its fabrication and special product divisions, and its self-​sufficiency in raw materials. Iron and steel production at the original Bethlehem site ceased in 1995, followed by the rolling mill in 1997 and the coke works in 1998. Bethlehem acquired the properties of Lukens Inc., a specialty plate manufacturer on May 29, 1998. With the end of the boom of the 1990s, Bethlehem filed for bankruptcy on October 15, 2002. The company's remaining assets were sold to International Steel Group Inc. on May 7, 2003.

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Scope and Content

The Bethlehem Steel Corporation collection includes a wide range of photography which documents the company’s long history and the breadth of its enterprises from east to west coasts and overseas. It contains eighteenth and nineteenth century photography of both industrial and non-industrial images and of management and workers. As a photo researcher’s tool, its use will be as varied and extensive as the corporation itself was during its years as an American industrial giant.

The collection is arranged into fifteen series which are defined by their subject matter.

Series I: Individual persons and groups

The series has been divided into subseries pertaining to Charles Schwab, Eugene Grace, Individuals, Board of Directors, and Group photographs. In addition to portraits of these men, there are views of their estates (including Schwab's "Riverside" in Manhattan designed by architect Maurice Herbert (dates unknown) and "Immergrun," his Loretto, Pennsylvania, estate with gardens designed by Charles Wellford Leavitt (1871-1928) in 1915), travel photographs, and personal items. There is another file of ninety-five portraits of men who were related to the steel industry.

Series II. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, company headquarters

These are photographs having a geographic relationship to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, the company's headquarters, includes industrial views, office buildings, and city and community views. This consists of photographs of Bethlehem Iron Company, a predecessor company which merged with Bethlehem Steel Company in 1901, the South Bethlehem steel plant, and the forge specialty department there. There are views of the company’s offices which were photographed frequently, especially during periods of renovation. There are aerials of the city dated from 1958 to 1959. A noteworthy inclusion is "Bethlehem Plant Inspection, June 1927," a booklet commemorating Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis flight; the aircraft's forgings were made by Bethlehem.

Lou Sterner (dates unknown) was a Bethlehem Steel Corporation employee – presumably a company photographer. Hagley does not own his original glass plates, but there are copies of contact prints of various subjects. The majority of the work is company related; there are also some unidentified nature photographs and views of Lehigh University. One set of prints (which was mounted on cards by the company) has identification on the back.

Series III. Plants in Pennsylvania

The photographs of Bethlehem plants and steel-related enterprises within Pennsylvania are composed of steel plants at Lebanon, Lehigh, Northampton, Saucon and Williamsport. There are also photographs from the Johnstown plant; this includes some early Cambria Iron Company images. These are industrial photos, as well as photographs of the community. The Johnstown material also contains thousands of glass plates negatives and forty-seven albums of company photographs made up from a selection of the negatives. Most of these show steel mill construction, renovation, construction of the water supply system, homes, safety posters and devices, and first aid drills. The negatives date from 1900 to 1917. The albums are mostly composed of photographs showing Franklin Mill and open hearth and blast furnaces, Gautier mill, steel mill construction, renovation, coke plant, rod and wire mills, construction of water supply systems, safety posters and devices, and first aid drills. An oversize album of plant views (1919) drawn by Edward Spofford (dates unknown) shows many of the Bethlehem Steel and Shipyards plants.

Series IV. Steelton, Pennsylvania plants

There are many photographs related to the products made at Steelton, Pennsylvania, where the frog and switch division and a rail mill plant were located. There are also plant views. An inspection report of track material furnished by the Pennsylvania Steel Company for Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway is included in this part of the collection. Also of interest are views of the Pennsylvania Steel Co. exhibits at trade conventions in Chicago and Atlantic City, New Jersey Some other miscellaneous views are also found with the Steelton material: the Queensborough Bridge in Manhattan; Broad Street Station, Philadelphia; train station in Pittsburgh; Union Station, Washington.

Cambria Iron Works which was established in 1852 officially became the Cambria Steel Company in 1898. That company was acquired by Midvale Steel and Ordnance Company in 1916. Midvale was absorbed by Bethlehem Steel Corporation in 1923.

Approximately 968 glass plates and forty-six lantern slides. There are glass plate negatives with patterns for frogs, rails, and switches. There are no corresponding prints. Some plates contain unidentified images and images of unidentified products. Lantern slides of unidentified products.

Series V. Steel plants outside of Pennsylvania

The Bethlehem Steel Corporation plants in the collection outside of Pennsylvania were located in Lackawanna, New York, Sparrows Point, Maryland, and San Francisco, California (Bethlehem Pacific Coast Steel Co.). The Lackawanna portion is particularly well represented. There are glass negatives and a corresponding photographer's notebook. The views show construction of buildings (pump, boiler, power houses), furnaces, plant views, machines, ore loaders, the worker's village, canal construction, rail mill, coke ovens, laboratory, office building. All of the industrial views are devoid of workers. This series also encompasses the Bethlehem plant at Sparrow’s Point, Maryland, and Bethlehem Pacific Coast Steel Company headquartered in San Francisco. In addition there is ancillary pictorial material related to San Francisco history.

Series VI. Mines and mining communities

Mining and mining town photographs include images from Pennsylvania and West Virginia. The images include coal and ore mines and company towns: Cokesburg, Cornwall, Ellsworth, Marianna, Naginey (all in Pennsylvania) and Barrackville, Carolina, Idamay (all in West Virginia). There are also materials from Cornwall Ore Mines and Furnace in Lebanon, Pennsylvania, which Bethlehem Steel Corporation owned completely in 1921.

Series VII. World War One ordnance plants

Bethlehem Steel Corporation's World War One ordnance plants (Bethlehem Loading Company) were located in Redington, Pennsylvania, May's Landing, New Jersey ("Belcoville"), and New Castle, Delaware.

Series VIII. Bethlehem fabrication

Photographs related to Bethlehem Fabrication include a small quantity of plant views. There are more photographs showing projects: bridges (Chesapeake Bay, George Washington, Golden Gate, Niagara Suspension Bridge, Oakland Bay), buildings (including the John Hancocok in Boston, the Hoover Library at Stanford University, and the U.S. Courthouse and Municipal Auditorium in Buffalo, the Hall of Justice in San Francisco) and dams (Bonneville, Boulder, Grand Coulee) and the Ferris wheel at the World's Columbian Exposition in 1893.

Series IX. Steel-related material

Photographs of old iron furnaces in Massachusetts, New Jersey, and mostly Pennsylvania relate to early ironmaking technology. In addition there are related images of press forges, steel hammers, the Kelly converter, and reproductions of iron forges from Diderot's Encyclopedia.

Series X. McClintic-Marshall Corp.

McClintic-Marshall made structural steel which was used in the building and bridge trades. McClintic-Marshall Construction Company became a Bethlehem Steel Corporation subsidiary in 1931. There are illustrated trade catalogs and booklets, and an album documenting the relocation of a Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) bridge.

Series XI. Foreign interests

Bethlehem Steel Corporation held foreign interests in ore mines in South America (Argentina and Colombia), Cuba, and Canada. There are forty-eight views of an unidentified refinery (possibly Puerta de la Plata in Argentina) showing interior and exterior views, various buildings and operations. The mostly unidentified Columbian images (late nineteenth and early twentieth century) come from the Maryland Steel Company of Sparrow's Point which had a mine near Nombre de Dios. There are industrial and non-industrial views. The Cuban albums document the Mayari Mines including industrial subjects, scenery, buildings. The one Canadian view is from the Marmoraton Iron Mines in Ontario.

Series XII. Photographs unrelated to Bethlehem Steel Corporation

There are also photographs in the Bethlehem collection that do not directly tie to the company. For example, the West Superior Iron Company is represented by an album of late nineteenth century steel mill photographs. There are also photographs of: the Quebec Bridge which was built by the St. Lawrence Bridge Company and failed in 1916; the New Castle Steel and Tin Plate Company; a booklet about the Shenandoah and Los Angeles airships from the Naval Air Station, Lakehurst, New Jersey; an album documenting General Ferdinand Foch's U.S. tour of 1921.

Series XIII. Advertising department mounted prints

Photographs used by Bethlehem Steel Corporation's advertising department consists of 283 mounted photographs which consist of many subjects including plant views, ship's, individuals, and bridges. The Bethlehem Steel collection also includes some blueprints: Cambria Iron Co. buildings, two eighteenth century water works, and some private homes.

XIV. Bethlehem Ship Corporation division

These images often include both photographs of the shipyards and the multitude of ships they produced. The regions are: Baltimore-area (includes Baltimore Dry Dock Co.), Fairfield and Sparrows Point, Maryland, yards which are noteworthy for their extensive holdings of Liberty and Victory ship negatives; Boston-area (includes photographs from repair yards, The Atlantic Works Inc. and Simpson Patent Dry Docks, which Bethlehem superseded), World War One shipyards at Fore River, Quincy, and Squantum, Massachusetts and a World War Two shipyard at Hingham, Massachusetts; California shipyards include San Francisco (the Union Iron Works period and, many years later, a ventilation caisson built for BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit), Alameda (originally a Union Iron Works yard), and Terminal Island at San Pedro where Liberty ships and destroyers were built; New York-area yards include Brooklyn 27th St. (originally built by Theodore Crane & Sons and James Shewan & Sons) and 56th St. (originally built by Morse Iron Works), Hoboken, New Jersey (originally W. & A. Fletcher Co.), and Staten Island; Beaumont, Tex., yard which was once Pennsylvania Shipbuilding; Wilmington, Delaware, where the former Harlan and Hollingsworth site changed to Bethlehem ownership in 1904.

Several separate components also should be noted. These consist of photographs of American yachts, non-military, and military ships. Some of these images include nineteenth century vessels. Note that examples from the following shipyards are included: Atlantic Works (Boston), J. Abrahams (Baltimore), Beany Son & Archbold (Chester, Pennsylvania), Brown & Bell (New York), Columbian Iron Works (Baltimore), William Cramp & Sons Ship and Engine Building Co. (Philadelphia), A. & W. Denmoad & Sons (Baltimore), James B. Edes (St. Louis), John W. Griffith (Kittery, Me.), Harlan & Hollingsworth Corp. (Wilmington, Delaware), Herreshoff Mfg. Co. (Bristol, Connecticut), Howard & Ellis (White Hall, N.C.), Iowa Iron Works (Dubuque), Newport News Ship Building (Virginia), N.F. Palmer & Co. (Chester, Pennsylvania), Peak & Kirby (Cleveland, Ohio), Penine, Secor & Co. (Jersey City, New Jersey), Samuel Pook (Fairhaven, Connecticut), John Roach & Son (Chester, Pennsylvania), Union Iron Works Co. (San Francisco). Nineteenth century items include a drawing of a 50 HP Nagel & Weingaertner steam engine and a hand drawn illustration of a revenue cutter (circa 1865) built by Peak and Kirby.

Series XI. Artwork related to steel making

The artwork and engravings in the collection relate to industrial subjects (chiefly steelmaking). Among these are an original lithograph, "The Hammer" by Herbert Pullinger (1878-1961). There are also some noteworthy eighteenth century prints of Niagara Falls.

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Separated Material

Bethlehem Steel Corporation (Accession 1699), Manuscripts and Archives Department, Hagley Museum and Library.

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Access Points

Iron and steel workers.
Shipbuilding.
Steel industry and trade.
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Series Descriptions and Inventory

I. Individual persons and groups
A. Charles Schwab, biographical material
Box Folder
1 1 Schwab family homes and biography
Box Folder
3 1 Schwab family homes
Box Folder
1 2 Charles Schwab, childhood
1 3 Charles Schwab, as a young man
1 4 Mrs. Charles (Eurana Dinkey) Schwab [Includes some portraits with Charles.]
Box Folder
3 2 Mrs. Charles (Eurana Dinkey) Schwab
Box
399 Mrs. Charles (Eurana Dinkey) Schwab; Encased portrait.
Box Folder
1 5 Michael Schwab portrait (Charles's grandfather)
1 6 Schwab family, 1898-1921
Box Folder
3 3 Schwab family
Box Folder
1 7 Charles Schwab's Tomb
1 8 Charles Schwab, honorary degrees
1 9 Schwab-endowed buildings in Loretto, Pennsylvania [Includes groundbreaking and dedication ceremonies.]
Box Folder
387 2 Schwab-endowed buildings
Box Folder
1 10 Catholic Clergy, Loretto, Pennsylvania
1 11 "Charles M. Schwab" written by Eugene Grace, 1947 [2 copies.]
B. Charles Schwab, formal portraits
Box Folder
1 12 Schwab-related images from Schwab Library, negatives
1 13 Portraits, 1915
Box Folder
2 1-2 Portraits
Box Folder
3 4 Portraits
Box Folder
2 3 Charles Schwab, activities, 1917-1935 [Includes photo with President Woodrow Wilson, 1918, at Hog Island and with Thomas Edison at ship launch.]
Box Folder
3 5 Charles Schwab at Immergrun, Loretto, Pennsylvania
Box Folder
2 4 Charles Schwab, group photos
Box Folder
3 6 Charles Schwab, group photos
Box Folder
387 3 Carnegie Steel Company Operating Board, 1900
387 4 Portraits; Photographs have been removed from portfolio for preservation purposes. Portfolio has been retained.
387 1 Portfolio [Blank & Stroller Inc.] ; Empty portfolio. Photographs have been removed for preservation purposes.
387 5 Menu (with image of Schwab), dinner given by the Lotos Club (NYC) in Schwab's honor
387 6 Charles Schwab's American Field Service certificate - World War One
387 7 Charles Schwab cartoons
Box
398 Quadruple ship launching at Alameda, album, 1918 [Includes Schwab speaking at bond rallies in Seattle and Staten Island; and an unidentified ship launching which may be the Cubore (tanker).]
Box
400 Dinner to Pioneers of American Industry, New York City, 1928 [Includes: Walter Chrysler, George Eastman, Thomas Edison, Harvey Firestone, Henry Ford, Sir Thomas Lipton, Julius Rosenwald, Charles Schwab.] ; Framed photograph.
C. Charles Schwab, travel albums
Box
62 Cross-country trips, album, 1904
Box Folder
5 1 Loretto (Pullman car) made for Charles Schwab
Box
63 Railroad trip to Mexico, album, 1906
Box
65 European-North African trip, album, 1903
D. Charles Schwab, estates
Box Folder
3 7 Landscape Plans by Charles Leavitt for Immergrun
Box
64 "Riverside" Schwab's New York City estate: "Descriptive Series" by architect Maurice Herbert, Vol. 2 and 4 [Shows various parts of the house.]
64 "Riverside" Schwab's New York City estate: "Descriptive Series" by architect Maurice Herbert, Vol. 3 [Fountain on Front Terrace.]
64 "Riverside" Schwab's New York City estate: "Descriptive Series" by architect Maurice Herbert, Vol. 5 [Louis XIV Tapestries for Parlor.]
64 "Riverside" Schwab's New York City estate: "Descriptive Series" by architect Maurice Herbert, Vol. 6 [Louis XIV Ceiling for Dining Room.]
64 "Riverside" Schwab's New York City estate: "Descriptive Series" by architect Maurice Herbert, Vol. 7 [Description of chateaus at Chenonceaux, Azay le Rideau, and Blois, France.]
64 "Riverside" Schwab's New York City estate: "Descriptive Series" by architect Maurice Herbert, Vol. 8 [Description of Decorative Styles in Principle Rooms.]
Box Folder
5 2 Artist's sketches of Riverside [Copies.]
Box
4 Unidentified interior design photographs [Includes appointments, murals, sculpture, elevations, etc.]
4 Construction views
Box Folder
2 5-9 Immergrun, Loretto, Pennsylvania [Includes views of gardens and exteriors.]
Box Folder
3 8-9 Immergrun, Loretto, Pennsylvania [Includes views of gardens and exteriors.]
Box Folder
5 3-4 Riverside, New York City [Includes construction and exteriors.]
E. Charles Schwab, assorted material
Box
66 Launch of S. S. West Gotomska, album, 1918
66 Testimonial book given to Charles Schwab by employees of the Emergency Fleet Corporation, 1918
Box Folder
5 5 Program from testimonial to Charles Schwab by citizens of Ebensberg, Pennsylvania, 1926
Box
66 Program from dinner given for Charles Schwab by Pacific Coast Shipbuilders, 1921 [2 copies.]
Box Folder
5 6 Membership certificate, National McKinley Birthplace Memorial Association, 1911
Box Folder
3 10 Honorary Membership certificate, The Society of Quartermaster Officers, 1921
3 10 Membership certificate, The Merchants Association of New York, 1924
Box Folder
5 7 Certificate holder, Engineers Club of Philadelphia
5 8 Charles Schwab's first house in Loretto being moved, 1915 [Photographer's stamp from Cable and Co., Altoona, Pennsylvania.]
5 9 Mother and child portrait, labeled "Lady Margaret, 18 days old," undated
Box
407 Major Bowes Amateur Hour - Chrysler, Radio Station WEAB phonograph, 1936 January 19
407 Major Bowes Amateur Hour - Chrysler, Radio Station WABS phonograph, 1936 November 12
407 Salute to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania phonograph, 1938 January 19 [Guests: Charles Schwab, Eugene Grace, A. E. Smith, Colonel T. Roosevelt.]
Box
61 Charles Schwab's signature block (stamp)
61 Shell casing [Inscribed: "Annual Dinner Of The Industrial Commission, Bethlehem, PA., April 16, 1912."]
F. Eugene Grace, biographical material
Box Folder
5 10 John Wesley Grace, father
5 11 John Wesley Grace, Jr., brother
5 12 Marion Brown Grace, wife
5 13 Family groups with children, Emeline, Eugene, Charles
5 14 Emeline Grace's personal scrapbook [Photographs from Moravian Women's College and other photos which are mostly unidentified.]
5 15 Goshen, New Jersey, birthplace of Eugene Grace
5 16 Eugene Grace - youth
5 17 Lehigh University: Eugene Grace as Student and Trustee
Box Folder
6 1 Eugene Grace, speeches and honorary dinners
Box Folder
3 11 Eugene Grace, speeches and honorary dinners
Box Folder
6 2 Eugene Grace, negatives of images used in Schwab Library Display
6 3 Eugene Grace, portraits
Box Folder
388 1 Eugene Grace, portraits
Box Folder
6 4 Eugene Grace, golf and golf-related activities [Includes photograph with Senator Prescott Bush (President George Bush's father) receiving Golden Tee Award.]
Box Folder
388 4 Eugene Grace, golf and golf-related activities
388 2 Eugene Grace, Lehigh University, baseball players and class reunion group portraits, circa 1899, 1934, 1939
388 5-7 Eugene Grace, Life magazine article photos, includes Mrs. Grace, 1942
Box Folder
6 5 Eugene Grace and Charles Schwab
Box Folder
3 12 Eugene Grace and Charles Schwab
Box Folder
6 6 Eugene Grace, American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) group portraits
6 7 Eugene Grace, memorabilia
Box Folder
388 3 Eugene Grace, certificates of honor from American Field Service and U. S. Marine Corps, 1918, 1952
Box Folder
6 8 Eugene Grace with others, mostly unidentified
Box Folder
389 1 Eugene Grace in identified and unidentified group photos
Box Folder
6 9 Eugene Grace, cemetery plot
G. Eugene Grace, home
Box Folder
6 10-11 Eugene Grace, home in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania [Includes a thorough documentation of 1927 expansion.]
Box Folder
401 1-2 Eugene Grace, home in Bethlehem, renovation blueprints, exterior photo before renovation, 1926
Box Folder
7 1 Eugene Grace, home in Aiken, South Carolina, "Rosebank,"
Box
67 "Rosebank," album [Mostly interiors.]
H. Portraits of individuals
Box Folder
7 2 Executives individual portraits, circa 1910 [Includes: Archibald Johnson, J.H. Mattews, George H. Blakeley, L.N.D. Meixsell, John D. Hagenbuch, Henry S. Snyder, J.P. Madden, C.M. Schwab, W. Frank Roberts, E.G. Grace, J.H. Ward, F.A. Shick, C. Austin Buck, W.M. Tobias, and B.H. Jones.]
7 3 Atwell, J. Sander
7 3 Barnes, Harvey
Box Folder
389 2 Bent, Quincy
Box Folder
9 1 Blakeley, George H.
9 1 Brashear, John A.
Box Folder
7 3 Buck, Charles Austin
7 3 Carnegie, Andrew
7 3 Chapin, Philip E.
7 3 Churchill, Winston
7 3 Clemens, Samuel
7 3 Colby, Albert L.
7 3 Corey, Alfred A.
7 3 Custer, L. Richard
7 3 Cort, Stewart J.
7 3 Cort, Stewart S.
Box Folder
9 1 Daniels, Joseph M.
Box Folder
7 3 Depew, Chauncey M.
7 3 Donner, William C.
7 3 Donner, William H.
7 4 Eisenhower, Dwight
7 4 Ely, Theodore, N.
7 4 Ellicott, C. Raymond
7 4 Fisher, Admiral of the Fleet
Box Folder
9 1 Fletcher, Andrew, 1896
Box Folder
7 4 Fritz, John
Box Folder
9 1 Fritz, John
Box Folder
389 3 Fritz, John
Box Folder
7 4 Fulton, John
7 4 Gary, Elbert H.
7 4 Gayley, James
7 4 George, Lloyd
Box Folder
389 4 Grace, John W.
Box Folder
7 4 Grey, Henry
Box Folder
9 1 Griffith, Keenan L.
Box Folder
7 4 Heston, Francis Lyde
Box Folder
9 1 Hockley, Chester
9 1 Homer, Arthur B.
Box Folder
7 4 Hough, Ralph E.
7 4 Howell, G. Foster
7 4 Hughes, Charles E.
7 4 Hunt, Robert W.
Box Folder
9 2 Ibaner?, Vicento Blasco
Box Folder
389 2 Johnson, Archibald
Box Folder
7 5 Johnson, W. W. A.
7 5 Jones, Thomas R.
7 5 Jones, B. H.
7 5 Jones, Captain William R.
7 5 Kelly, William
7 5 King, George S.
Box Folder
9 2 Kempsmith, R. W.
9 2 Klingelhofer, Edward K.
9 2 Kniesely, Edward S.
Box Folder
7 5 Laeos, R. A.
7 5 Magan, J. P.
7 5 Morrell, Daniel J.
Box Folder
9 3 Moore, Joe E.
Box Folder
7 6 Newkirk, Matthew
7 6 Ogden, John C.
7 6 Pershing, John J.
7 6 Phipps, C. L.
7 6 Phipps, Lawrence C.
7 6 Price, Charles S.
7 6 Quickel, Kenneth M.
7 7 Roosevelt, Theodore
Box Folder
9 3 Riemer, Art
Box Folder
7 7 Schaffer, Mayor
Box Folder
401 3 Sheridan, Billy (athlete)
Box Folder
389 2 Sills, Charles N.
Box Folder
7 7 Slick, Edwin E.
7 7 Snyder, Henry
7 7 Stackhouse, Powell
7 7 Schoenberger, Peter
Box Folder
9 3 Struble, George W.
Box Folder
7 7 Taylor, Frederick Winslow
Box Folder
9 3 Ward, James S.
Box Folder
7 8 White, Josiah
7 8 White, Maunsel
7 8 Wilson, Woodrow
7 8 Wolle, Hartley C.
7 9 Unidentified portraits
Box Folder
9 4 Unidentified portraits
I. Board of directors, pre-1954, 1905-1954
Box Folder
7 10 Arthur B. Homer
7 11 Last names A-D
7 12 Last names F-J
Box Folder
8 1 Last names K-M
8 2 Last names P-T
8 3 Last names U-Z
J. Board of directors, post-1954
Box Folder
8 4 Last names A-C
8 5 Last names D-G
8 6 Last names H-K
8 7 Last names L-P
8 8 Last names R-Z
Box Folder
9 5 Group portraits
K. Group photographs
Box Folder
401 4 American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) group portraits, 1948-1958 [Includes Dinner in Honor of James A. Farrell menu.]
Box Folder
8 9 Bethlehem Steel Company Band, circa 1914
8 10 Prince Fushimi of Japan visit to Bethlehem, 1904
Box Folder
389 5 Prince Fushimi of Japan visit to Bethlehem, 1904
Box Folder
8 11 Bethlehem management groups, 1900-1921
Box Folder
9 6 Bethlehem management groups, 1927-circa 1940
9 7 Bethlehem executive groups, 1921
9 8 Bethlehem Sparrow's Point Inspection Tour, undated
9 9 Miscellaneous group photographs, mostly identified
Box Folder
401 5 H. E. Lewis host to his Bethlehem Associates at dinner, 1926
401 5 Shipbuilding dinner to honor Mr. Homer after World War II
Box Folder
389 6 Stevens Institute of Technology group portrait
389 8 Subsidiary companies of Bethlehem Steel Corporation probationary group portraits, 1928-1930
Box Folder
8 12 Bethlehem plant, employee representatives, 1930
Box Folder
401 5 Dinner by Charles M. Schwab to the citizens and trade bodies of the Bethlehems, 1916
401 5 Testimonial dinner to Warren Wilburn by the business men of the Bethlehems, 1913
401 6 Bethlehem Steel Co. superintendents' clambake and picnic, 1909-1910
Box Folder
390 1-3 Bethlehem Steel Co. superintendents' clambake and picnic, 1911
390 4 Bethlehem Steel Co. superintendents' clambake and picnic, undated
Box Folder
389 9 Steel Foundry Office employee group portrait, 1910
389 7 Charles Schwab at press conference
389 7 George T. Fonda and B.S. Lewis
II. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania company headquarters
A. Bethlehem Iron Co. and Bethlehem Steel Company
Box Folder
10 1 Bethlehem Iron Company, 1891, 1892, 1893 [Includes cabinet card of Samuel Henn; panoramas; copy of Harper's Weekly engraving of "Gun-casting for the government at Bethlehem Iron Works," newspaper reproduction from the Daily Times Sesqui-Centennial Industrial.]
10 2 Bethlehem Iron Company, exterior views, 1891 [Includes plan of the property of Bethlehem Iron Company; sketch of company locomotive; test results of first armored plate made by Bethlehem Iron Co.]
Box Folder
28 1 Bethlehem Iron Company, exteriors and interiors
Box Folder
10 3 Bethlehem Iron Company, First Office Building
Box Folder
401 7-9 Bethlehem Iron Works photographs [Includes steam hammer, 1891; plate armor for Russian battleship, c. 1891; newspaper articles, 1892; panorama, 1893?; office staff (all identified), 1910; furnace construction, 1910; turret for U. S. Monitor "Monadock."]
Drawer
A-59 Bethlehem Iron Company panorama, 1893
Box Folder
10 4 Furnace Construction, Bethlehem Steel Company
10 5 Bethlehem Steel Works panoramas, 1907-1940?
10 6 Bethlehem Steel Strike, 1910
10 7 Bethlehem Steel Strike, contact sheets and negatives, 1910
10 8 "Bethlehem Plant Inspection" booklet, 1927 June [Commemorating Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis flight (aircraft's forgings made by Bethlehem).]
10 9 Bethlehem Plant: products
10 10 Bethlehem Plant: workers
10 11 Bethlehem Plant: miscellaneous, undated [Includes unidentified photograph of steel testing equipment with engineers; and copy of grand prize certificate, Sesqui-Centennial International Exposition, Philadelphia 1926, awarded Bethlehem Steel.]
Box Folder
28 2 Bethlehem Plant: New Shimerville Road
Box Folder
10 12 Bethlehem Plant: blast furnaces along Lehigh
10 13 Bethlehem Plant: trade catalog and postcards, 1906, undated
10 14 Bethlehem Plant: buildings
10 15 Bethlehem Plant: factory exteriors/interiors
10 16 $5.00 bill, USA from National Bank of Ellsworth, Pennsylvania, 1903 [Original envelope read "This $5.00 bill found in Bethlehem Iron Co., Report Book, 1904."]
Box Folder
11 1-2 Canceled checks: from Bethlehem Steel Corporation to the Secretary of War on behalf of the United States, 1918 [Amounts: $15,579,466.46; $653,415; $153,700.]
Box
297 Edward Spofford portfolio contains a panoramic drawing of the Bethlehem Plant, 1907, 1911, circa 1919 [There are three different oversize panoramic drawings of this Bethlehem plant.]
Drawer
A-59 "Commercial Iron and Steel Products of Bethlehem Steel Company," 1920 [Illustrated production chart showing relationship of products and production processes.]
A-59 "Bethlehem Forged Reaction Chambers," undated [Shows process of making chambers.]
Box
61 Bethlehem Steel Company stamps [Two metal stamps.]
B. Forge Speciality Department albums
Box Folder
11 3-4 Facilities, Bethlehem Tool Steel Department, circa 1930 [2 copies.]
11 5-6 Roll failures, material defect abuse, etc., circa 1930
11 7 Hardened steel rolls, circa 1930 [Includes some manufacturing photographs.]
11 8-9 Products of Forge Specialty Department, circa 1930 [Includes some manufacturing photographs.]
11 10 Structural steel wheels (for automobiles, trucks), 1919
11 11 First set of structural steel wheel manufacturing by Bethlehem, 1919
C. E blast furnace
Box Folder
28 3 Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, plant "E" blast furnace, 1906 [Brittle, rare prints.]
D. Lou Sterner photographs
Box Folder
12 1 Bethlehem Steel Corporation [Including ordnance, safety, industrial views.]
12 2 Nature photography and Lehigh University
12 3-4 Mounted cards with identification
E. Company Headquarters and buildings
Box Folder
12 5 Office Buildings, space allocation and floor plans, 1958
12 6 East Building, floor plans
12 7 East Building, Company Headquarters
Box Folder
28 4 East Building, Company Headquarters, 1947
Box Folder
12 8 East Building, main lobby before/after renovation, 1948
12 9 East Building, Eugene Grace's office
12 10 East Building, conference room
Box Folder
13 1 East Building Annex and photo murals of the Merchant Marine Monument, Mechanics and Puddlers statues
13 2 West Building, circa 1942-1947
13 3 South Building
13 4 Christmas decorations in office buildings, interior and exterior, 1950s
F. Charles Schwab Library
Box
70 Charles Schwab Library dedication, album [3 copies.]
Box Folder
13 5 Dedication program
13 6 Schwab Library views, Before 1959
13 7 Schwab Library, objects on display
G. Eugene Grace Auditorium, East Building
Box Folder
28 5 Program from dedication ceremonies
Box Folder
13 8 Preliminary sketches of auditorium and construction
13 9 Preliminary sketches for mural in foyer
Box Folder
28 6 Preliminary sketches for mural in foyer
Box Folder
13 10 Installation of foyer mural
13 11 Preliminary sketches for auditorium murals
13 12 Installation of auditorium murals
Box Folder
14 1 Templates
14 2 Dean Cornwell, the artist
14 3 Completed auditorium
Box
28 Blueprints
H. Ship Model Room, East Building
Box Folder
14 4-10 Construction, installation, individual models, and completed project
Box Folder
28 7 View of Ship Model Room, 1958
I. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, real estate survey and parking lots
Box Folder
15 1-2 Property Adjacent to Main Office with block maps, 1940
15 3 Parking lots, 1940s
15 4 Parking lots, 1950s
15 5 Parking, Sears Building
15 6 Parking Lot #1, E. 3rd & Buchanan Streets and E. 4th & Buchanan Streets
15 7 Parking Lot #2, E. 3rd and Monroe Streets
15 8 Parking Lot #3, E. 3rd Main Gate West to Polk Street
15 9 Parking Lot #3A, corner of Polk and E. Columbia Streets
15 10 Parking Lot, Lehigh Street
15 11 Parking Lot, Northampton Heights, 1950s
15 12 Parking Lot, Evans Street
15 13 Garage
15 14 Parking Lot, Billing Department
15 15 Real Estate Conference, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 1938
J. North Office and Research Center files
Box Folder
15 16 North Office, 1952 [Includes floor plans, exteriors, and interiors.]
15 17-19 Research Center, 1956 [Includes exteriors, interiors, elevations, and artists' sketches.]
Box Folder
16 1-3 Research Center, 1956 [Includes exteriors, interiors, elevations, and artists' sketches.]
K. New York Office and Exhibits files
Box Folder
16 4 Bethlehem Offices, New York City, 25 Broadway
16 5 Exhibits in Bethlehem buildings
16 6 Unidentified conference center
L. Bethlehem (A-B-E) Airport and company aircraft
Box Folder
16 7-8 Bethlehem Steel company-owned Aircraft
16 9 Other aircraft [Includes United and TACA airlines, Lockheed DC3, Lockheed Constellation, Douglas DC4?]
Box Folder
17 1 Bethlehem Company hangar
17 2 First Allentown-Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Airport
17 3 Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, Pennsylvania, Airport
Box Folder
28 8 Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, Pennsylvania, Airport
M. Plant flood
Box Folder
17 4-7 Plant Flood, Bethlehem, 1955
N. City of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Box Folder
17 8 Buildings in Bethlehem
17 9 Moravian Seminary
Box Folder
18 1 Bethlehem Community Chester drives
18 2 Views of Bethlehem
18 3 Chamber of Commerce Dinner, circa 1945-1955, undated [Includes Eugene Grace in some photographs.]
18 4 Saucon Valley Country Club
18 5 St. Luke's Hospital, Bethlehem
18 6 St. Luke's Hospital, North Annex, Bethlehem
18 7 Sketches of Old Nazareth, Pennsylvania
Box
19 Stereoviews of Bethlehem, sites, houses, businesses, etc. [These are copies of originals with copy negatives.]
Box Folder
18 8 Union Station Plaza dedication, 1940 [Includes program.]
Box Folder
28 9 Bird's Eye View of Bethlehem, 1878
28 9 Engravings: D & A Luckenbach Flour Mills [Showing 1869 Mill and Church of the Nativity, Union Street.]
Box Folder
402 1-5 Water Works of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 1786 [Traced from original map.]
O. Aerial photography of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 1958 January-1959 April
Box
68 Spiral-bound album 1, Roll A-71 [Includes: Northwest Bethlehem (road program), North office area, South Mountain area, and Area south of South Mountain.]
68 Spiral-bound album 2, Roll A-75 [Includes: Road approach to Indian Park, South Mountain, Moravian Church area, New printery building site, Eaton and 8th Avenue, Swimming pool, city of Bethlehem, First Presbyterian Church, Bethlehem Steel Company, hangar at A-B-E Airport, and Future Bethlehem Steel hangar site.]
68 Spiral-bound album 3, Roll A-76 [Includes: Road approach to Indian Park and research area, Center of the city of Bethlehem, Hanover Farms development, South Bethlehem including South Mountain and Route 12, New printery area, First Presbyterian Church, Bethlehem Steel Corporation hangar at A-B-E Airport, and A-B-E Airport - all runways.]
68 Spiral-bound album 4, Roll A-78 [Includes: Road approach to Indian Park and research area, North Bethlehem office buildings, Municipal swimming pool, City of Bethlehem looking northwest, 309 Extension over Lehigh Mountain, and Allentown.]
68 Spiral-bound album 5, Roll A-80 [Includes: Road approach to Indian Park and research area, Saucon Creek, and Bethlehem Steel Corporation hangar site.]
68 Spiral-bound album 6, Roll A-81 [Includes: Bridgeport Quarry, Sonneman residence, Road approach to Indian Park and research area, North Bethlehem office buildings, and South Bethlehem looking east.]
68 Spiral-bound album 7, Roll A-83 [Includes: Road approach to Indian Park and research area, North Bethlehem office buildings, and Bethlehem Steel Corporation hangar site.]
68 Spiral-bound album 8, Roll A-84 [Includes: Road approach to Indian Park and research area, North Bethlehem office buildings, Bethlehem Steel Corporation hangar site, Copley and Hokendauqua, Pennsylvania, Fullerton and Seventh Street Pike, and Lehigh University - looking south.]
Box
69 Spiral-bound album 9, Roll A-85 [Includes: Bethlehem Steel Corporation hangar site, North Bethlehem office building site, 8th and Eaton Ave., and Bethlehem Steel Corporation hangar site.]
69 Spiral-bound album 10, Roll A-86 [Includes: Research center site, South Mountain, North Bethlehem office building site, 8th and Eaton Ave., and Bethlehem Steel Corporation hangar site.]
Box Folder
18 9 Postcard, aerial view of Bethlehem, undated
18 9 Aerial views of Bethlehem, 1945, 1953
III. Steel plants in Pennsylvania
A. Bethlehem Steel plants in Pennsylvania
Drawer
A-57 Bethlehem Steel plant, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Drawer
C-7 Chester Plant panoramas, 1915, undated; 2 photographic prints : b&w ; 9.75 x 43.5 in.
Box Folder
18 10 Lebanon Plant [Includes exteriors, photos taken when plan was purchased.]
Box Folder
28 10 Lebanon Plant group photographs
Box Folder
404 11 Lebanon Furnaces, undated [Plan of property belonging to G. Dawson Coleman.]
Box
297 Edward Spofford portfolio of panoramic drawings of Colebrook, Donaghmore, Lebanon plants, Northampton, Reading, Pennsylvania
Box Folder
390 6 Edward Spofford portfolio, Redington, Pennsylvania, circa 1919
Box Folder
18 11 Lehigh Plant [Plant photos, Liberty Loan drive.]
18 12 Lehigh Coke Company, 1910-1917 [Includes exteriors, interiors, worker's houses.]
18 13 Northampton Plant [Exteriors only.]
18 14 Saucon Plant, exterior, undated
Box Folder
21 1 Saucon Plant, exteriors/interiors, circa 1908-1936
Box Folder
28 10 Saucon baseball team
Box Folder
21 2 Williamsport Plant (wire rope rectory) News Story, 1939
Box
71 Views of Lehigh, Northampton and Saucon plants, album, circa 1929, undated
Drawer
A-25 Unidentified plant panoramas, 1915 [Possibly Chester, Pennsylvania.]
Drawer
HOR OS6 Unidentified plant panorama
Box
20 Lantern slides (some hand colored) of Bethlehem Steel Corporation products and factories [All of these are unidentified. Many of them are safety-related. There are also some battleships and some steel mill images.]
B. Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Johnstown Plant
Box Folder
22 1 Exterior Views, Steel Plant, Johnstown
22 2 Interior Views, Steel Plant, Johnstown
22 3 Wire Plant, Production, Johnstown
22 4 Main Office Building, Johnstown, 1906-circa 1955
22 5 Main Office Building, addition, Johnstown, 1954
22 6 Main Office Building, Christmas Decorations, 1950s
C. Cambria Steel Co. and early views of Johnstown
Box Folder
21 3 1889 Flood
21 4 Panoramas of Cambria Steel Company, 1899-1907
Box Folder
402 6-7 Cambria Steel Co. photos: rails, railroad car, Kelly converter, Johnstown (showing circus tent), three unidentified interior views, circa 1912
Drawer
A-56 Old Pennsylvania Canal, Johnstown, photographic copy of an old painting, circa 1840
Box Folder
21 5 Cambria Iron Company, 19th century images
21 6 Cambria Steel Company buildings
21 7 City of Johnstown
Box Folder
28 11 City of Johnstown
Box Folder
402 8 City of Johnstown [Before the flood.]
Box Folder
21 8-10 Johnstown, Pennsylvania, prints from glass negatives [Includes aerial views of city, exteriors of buildings, plant interiors, and building construction.]
21 11 Laying of unidentified pipeline, 1923-1924 [Photographer's marks from Johnstown, Pennsylvania.]
21 12 Cambria Steel, Johnstown [Includes Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge over Conemaugh; street scene (women riding bikes); a man and a woman climbing on rocks; two women walking along train tracks; and landscapes. These are prints of the glass plate negative stereoviews.]
Box Folder
28 12 Maps: Trolley line: Johnstown to Southmont/Westmont; Southmont/Westmont, the Farms, showing unsold lots, 1910, 1914
28 12 Cambria Iron Works and surrounding scenery sketch by D.T. Storm
28 12 Plant interior, machinery
Box
71 Album of flood views, and comparative views, Johnstown plants, 1936, 1941
Box
23-24 Unnumbered glass plates, 1906-1908 [Includes images of tenement houses, Cambria Hospital, coal mines and mine railroads, etc.]
Box Folder
22 7-8 Prints of glass plate negatives [A small amount of prints are available showing exteriors of houses often with a person standing out front. There is one photograph of a group of miners and two photographs of a vacant lots either for pipe laying or home building.]
Drawer
A-58 Plan of Cambria Iron Works, Johnstown, "drawn by Edgar Clark, Engineer," 1853
A-58 Montage of Johnstown-area plants, Cambria, Franklin, Gautier, panoramic photos, undated
A-58 Map of Johnstown area, indicating property holdings of Bethlehem Steel Company, and others, shows Franklin, Gautier, and Johnstown divisions, 1949
Drawer
A-56 Johnstown, Portage Street property - Conemaugh Borough, now 9th ward, 1915
Box Folder
22 9 Single Sisters and Single Brethren House typescript notes, undated [The original folder was labeled "General Description of glass slides in series C2739 etc." The typescript is written like diary entries about the days events. Entries are short one sentence to one paragraph. There is also a memorandum about the Economic Choir and Congregational Plan of the Single Brethren.]
22 10 Projects - playground brochure [Photographs of individuals playing tennis, skipping rope, swing, baseball and marbles.]
22 11 Projects - Johnstown Office [Photographs of interiors of the Johnstown Office. Includes waiting areas, bedrooms, therapy rooms, and a foot bath room. Also includes several memorandums and letters from the Bethlehem Steel Company Real Estate Department about having various photographs developed or enlarged.]
22 12 Cambria Co. Safety Appliances, circa 1911 [Photographs of plant interiors, a truck, a residential house exterior, railroad tracks, and one landscape.]
22 13-15 Prints, (neg. 1-73), 1900 July-1900 September [Includes outdoor construction scenes, steel frames of buildings and bridges, building exteriors, pipe laying, plant interiors, railroad cars, wagons, and machinery. Some images show workers.]
Box
25-27 Prints, (neg. 74-2000), 1900 October-1911 July [Includes outdoor construction scenes, steel frames of buildings and bridges, building exteriors, pipe laying, plant interiors, railroad cars, wagons, and machinery. Some images show workers. One negative #2531.]
Box
29-60 Glass plates, 1900-1917 [Includes steel mill construction, renovation, construction of water supply system, homes, safety posters and devices, first aid drills.]
Drawer
A-56 Oversize print, negative 2334, showing exterior of plant, 1912
D. Album No. 1, Cambria, Franklin Mill & Hearth
Box Item
72 1 Soaking pit house - 40" blooming mill looking west
72 2 Soaking pit building - 40" blooming mill looking southwest
72 3 Foundation for open hearth building looking west
72 4 Foundation for open hearth building looking east
72 5 Excavation for open hearth gas producer building looking east
72 6 Lateral sewer - 34" slab mill looking east
72 7 General view showing open hearth building from point near lateral sewer
72 8 Looking toward open hearth and coke plant
72 9 Foundations for rolls and pinions - 34" slab mill looking north
72 10 Foundation for engine - 34" slab mill looking east
72 11 Foundations for engine, mill and tables - 40" bloom mill looking east
72 13 Foundations for gas producer building for 34" and 40" mills looking west
72 13 Open hearth building looking east
72 16 Brickwork of lateral sewer for 34" slab mill looking southwest
72 17 Open hearth building from middle of south side
72 18 View of lateral sewer 34" slab mill looking east
72 19 General view with 40" mill soaking pit and open hearth buildings in background
72 20 From tipple looking towards East Conemaugh showing change of towers for tramway
72 22 New #6 tower nearly in place, looking northeast
72 23 New #6 tower standing on block showing comparative heights of old and new towers
72 24 New tower #8 halfway up looking southwest
72 25 Open hearth building from west end
72 26 Foundations for open hearth gas producers from west end
72 27 34" and 40" mills-boiler house foundations and 40" mill soaking pit building looking southwest
72 28 View of 40" blooming mill and open hearth looking southeast
72 29 Interior of soaking pit building for 40" B. M. looking southwest showing furnaces just started
72 30 40" blooming mill looking north
72 31 Gas producers for 40" B. M. and 34" slab mills looking west
72 32 Lateral sewer - 40" blooming mill looking west
72 33 General view from old dump south of structural shops
72 34 General view from north bank of Conemaugh River looking south
72 35 Structural shop from north of Conemaugh River
72 36 Coke plan and blast furnace site from north bank of Conemaugh River
72 37 Open hearth building with west roof truss partly in position
72 38 Foundation for 34" slab mill looking southwest
72 39 Boiler house foundation 40" blooming mill and 34" slab mills looking west
72 40 Interior of soaking pit building 40" blooming mill from east
72 41 Open hearth gas producers and open hearth building from east
72 42 Boiler house for 40" blooming and slab mills looking southwest
72 43 Soaking pit building - 34" slab mill from the east
72 44 Soaking pit furnaces 40" b. m. from east
72 45 Open hearth gas producers and building from east
72 46 Open hearth gas producers and building from east
72 47 Soaking pit furnaces - 40" blooming mill looking east
72 48 40" mill and soaking pit buildings from open hearth near tower #1
72 49 Gas producers 34" and 40" mills and soaking pit 34" mill from east
72 50 Boiler house looking southwest - 40" bloom and 34" slab mills
72 54 Interior of soaking pit building 40" blooming mill from east
72 55 Foundations for soaking pit and gas producer buildings 34" slab mill from northeast
72 56 Boiler house for 34" and 40" mills from the northeast
E. Album No. 2, Cambria Steel Co. Engineering Department
Box Item
72 57 Foundations for open hearth gas producer house from the west
72 60 40" mill and soaking pit buildings from southwest
72 61 Boiler house for 34" and 40" mills from the northwest
72 62 Soaking pit and gas producer house foundations - 34" slab mill from northeast
72 64 Interior of open hearth building showing retaining wall
72 65 Open hearth building showing concrete foundation
72 66 Open hearth building from the northwest
72 67 Interior of open hearth building form the southwest
72 68 Interior of soaking pit building for 40" blooming mill from east
72 69 Boiler house for 34" and 40" mills from the northwest
72 70 Gas producer house for 34" and 40" mills from the west
72 71 Foundations for soaking pit building for 34" slab mill from the northwest
72 72 Open hearth building from the northwest
72 73 Blast furnace site and coke plant from the north
72 74 40" blooming mill from the southwest
72 75 Interior of open hearth building from the west
72 76 Open hearth building from the southwest
72 77 Open hearth building from the northwest
72 78 Boiler house for 34" and 40" mills from the south
72 79 Boiler house for 34" and 40" mills from the northwest
72 80 Pittsburgh Steel Cons. Co.'s traveler for erecting stock houses
72 81 Gas producer house for 34" and 40" mills from the west
72 82 Foundation for soaking pit building for 34" slab mill from the west
72 83 Interior of soaking pit building for 40" blooming mill from west
72 84 Interior of open hearth building from the west
72 85 Open hearth building from the southwest
72 86 Open hearth building from the northwest
72 87 Boiler house for 34" and 40" mills from the northwest
72 88 Foundations for soaking pit building for 34" slab mill from southwest
72 89 Interior of open hearth building looking west
72 90 Interior of open hearth building from east end
72 91 Interior of soaking pit house for 40" mill from the east
72 92 Stock houses 1 and 2 from the southeast
72 93 Stock houses 1 and 2 and open hearth building from northwest
72 94 Boiler house for 34" and 40" mills from the east
72 95 Open hearth building from the southwest
72 96 Open hearth building showing first binders(?)
72 97 Gas producers building for 34" and 40" mills from the west
72 98 Engine foundation for 34" slab mill (illegible)
72 99 (illegible) gas producer house from the southwest(?)
72 100 (illegible)
72 102 (illegible)
72 107 (illegible) and gas producers from the (illegible)
72 108 (illegible) gas producers from the southwest
72 109 (illegible) gas producers from the southwest
72 110 Open hearth and (illegible) from the (illegible)
72 111 Stock houses (illegible)
72 112 (illegible)
F. Album No. 3, Cambria Steel Co. Engineering Department
Box Item
72 112 1?2 - Regenerators for #3 and 4 open hearth furnaces
72 113 34" slab mill furnace house and boiler house from the northwest
72 113 1?2 - Floor beams over open hearth furnaces
72 114 Top of regenerators for #5 and 6 open hearth furnaces
72 114 1?2 - New street railway bridge looking northwest
72 115 No. 8 open hearth furnace
72 115 1?2 - New street railway bridge looking northwest
72 116 Open hearth gas producer house from the southwest
72 116 1?2 - Open hearth stock yard from the west
72 117 Open hearth stripper foundations from the northwest
72 117 1?2 - Open hearth gas producers from the southwest
72 118 No. 1 shear - 40" bloom mill - from the east
72 119 Feed and pressure pumps for the east
72 120 Interior of bloom mill furnace house
72 121 Open hearth refractory etc. from the northeast
72 122 Open hearth furnaces #5-8 from the southeast
72 123 New steel car
72 124 Bloom mill ingot crane and pit hole furnaces
72 125 Yard east of Franklin Plant looking northeast
72 126 Car shop
72 127 40-ton crane - #1 stock house
72 127 1?2 - Franklin Plant from the north
72 128 Franklin Plant from the southeast
72 129 Franklin Plant from the east
72 130 Franklin Plant from the northwest
72 131 Franklin Plant from street railway bridge
72 132 Beam yard and works office from the northwest
72 136 Rolls and pinions from operators stand - bloom mill
72 137 O. H. Refractory from the northeast
72 138 P & R Car 24501
72 139 #4 O. H. furnace from the east
72 141 Side view of P & R Car 24504
72 142 End view of P & R Car 24505
72 143 Perspective view of P & R Car 24504
72 144 Coal handling machinery for boiler house
72 146 Side view of C. S. Co. car 1202
72 147 Perspective view of C. S. Co. car 1202
72 149 Side view of C. S. Co. 1204
72 150 End view of C. S. Co. car 1204
72 151 Perspective view of C. S. Co. car 1204
72 152 Side view of P & R Car 24507
72 153 End view of P & R Car 24507
72 154 Perspective view of P & R Car 24507
72 155 Machine shop - Franklin Plant
72 156 Interior of slab mill furnace house from the east
72 158 Beginning of We-Fu-Go Plant from the west
72 159 24" pipe under PRR at Conemaugh from the south
72 160 24" pipe under PRR at Conemaugh
72 161 24" pipe under PRR at Conemaugh
72 162 Interior of 34" slab mill from the east
G. Album No. 4, Cambria Steel Co. Engineering Department
Box Item
73 208 34" slab mill tables and (illegible)
73 209 Engine foundations
73 210 We-Fu-Go plant and supply pump houses
73 211 Power house extension(?) showing compressor(?)
73 212 New car shop looking north
73 213 Boiler house extension
73 214 Engine and train foundations - (illegible)
73 215 Works office - Franklin
73 218 Cooling tower from the east
73 219 Plate mill(?) engine and train foundation from the east
73 239 Car shop from works office
73 240 Plate mill from works office
73 241 Interior water softening planning looking northwest
73 242 Exterior water softening plan looking southwest
73 243 (illegible)
73 244 Car shop from works office
73 245 Regenerator O. H. furnace (illegible)
73 246 Open hearth extension (illegible)
73 247 Gantry crane ready to move
73 248 Gantry crane ready to move
73 249 Gantry crane in transit looking east
73 250 Gantry crane in transit crossing main track
73 251 Gantry crane in new location
73 252 Circular shear - 134" plate mill
73 256 34" mill looking west
73 ? Slabbing mill shear #1
73 257 (illegible) pumps and engine 34" and 40" mills
73 258 Gas sewer 134" plate mill
73 259 134" plate mill looking southeast
H. Album No. 5, Cambria Steel Co. Engineering Department
Box Item
73 316 Great N & E M. car - end view
73 317 Great N & E M. car - perspective
73 318 Great N & E M. car - side view
73 319 134" plate mill - looking east
73 320 Shears - 134" plate mill
73 321 Lackawanna Coal and Coke Co. steel car - side view
73 322 Lackawanna Coal and Coke Co. steel car - perspective
73 323 Lackawanna Coal and Coke Co. steel car - end view
73 324 Open hearth furnaces 8-9-10
73 325 Main sewer from coke plant track
73 326 Coke plant extension - excavations for Batt. 5 and 6
73 327 Shearing shed #1 looking east
73 328 134" plate mill engine
73 329 Charging machine furnace house - 134" plate mill
73 330 34" slabbing mill - Franklin Plant
73 331 Shear #1 - 134" plate mill
73 332 134" plate mill and paint shop
73 333 Car shop and forge plant
73 334 34" mill engine
73 335 34" mill engine
73 336 40" mill engine
73 337 134" plate mill and tables
73 338 34" slabbing mill
73 339 Main sewer under coke plant truck
73 340 Main sewer looking southwest
73 341 Cooling tower - 134" mill
73 342 Coke plant - batts. 5 and 6
73 343 Coke plant - batts. 5 and 6
73 344 Coke plant - batt. #5
73 345 Coke plant - batts. 5 and 6
73 346 Open hearth building furnaces 8-9-10
73 347 Hinckston Run Dam looking northeast
73 348 Hinckston Run Dam looking southeast
73 349 Gate house - Hinckston Run Dam
73 350 Cinder fill - Hinckston Run Dam
73 351 Coke ovens from tipple
73 352 Interior - batts. #5
73 353 Batt. #6 looking east
73 354 Open hearth producers
73 355 Open hearth building - furnaces 8-9-10
73 356 Quemahoning weir
73 358 Quemahoning weir and highway look north
73 359 PRR car without box - end view
73 360 PRR car without box - side view
73 361 PRR car without box - perspective view
73 362 Interior batt. #5
I. Album No. 6, Cambria Steel Co. Engineering Department
Box Item
73 163 Works office - Franklin Plant from the west
73 164 Excavation for coal breaker foundation from the north
73 165 Blooming Mill Yard from the west
73 166 Coal breaker foundation from the northeast
73 167 Crossing of 24" pipe under Conemaugh River
73 168 Soaking pit #2 from the northeast
73 171 Boiler house from the northwest
73 172 Conemaugh River at crossing 24" pipe
73 173 No. 2 shear - 40" mill
73 174 Interior open hearth - casting floor
73 175 Stripper
73 177 Locomotive #18 narrow gauge
73 178 Coal breaker from the north
73 179 Plate mill site from the southwest
73 180 We-Fu-Go Plant
73 181 Soaking pit #2-40" blooming mill
73 182 Supply pump foundation
73 183 Cinder hoist - 40" mill furnace house
73 184 Slag skip soaking pit #1
73 185 Open hearth - Welman-Seaver-charging machine
73 186 False work ten-acre bridge looking north
73 187 False work ten-acre bridge looking west
73 188 50-ton open hearth charging crane
73 189 50-ton open hearth casting crane
73 190 Open hearth stripper
73 191 Wellman-Seaver charging machine
73 192 50-ton open hearth ladle
73 195 Buckstays soaking pit #2
73 194 Regenerators soaking pit #2
73 196 Regenerator soaking pit #2
73 197 We-Fu-Go Plant from the south
73 198 Gas producer extension - 34" & 40" mills
73 199 Travelers - ten-acre bridge
73 200 False work and traveler - ten-acre bridge
73 201 Plate mill from northeast
73 204 We-Fu-Go Plant extension from the east
73 205 Ten-acre bridge from the south
73 206 Ten-acre bridge from the west
73 207 34" slab mill tables and rolls-east end
J. Album No. 8, Cambria Steel Co. Engineering Department
Box Item
74 260 #1 open hearth furnace
74 261 Retaining wall east and open hearth
74 262 Retaining wall at 40" mill
74 263 Plate mill looking northeast
74 264 Cooling tower - beam yard
74 265 Forge shop looking northwest
74 266 Boiler house beam yard
74 267 Car shop looking west
74 268 Interior furnace house # 1 - 134" plate mill
74 269 Gas sewer through furnace house 1 and 2
74 270 Ingot filter - 34" mill
74 271 34" mill engine looking northeast
74 272 Interior shearing shed #1
74 273 Cooling tower - 34" mill
74 274 50-ton crane - 134" plate mill
74 275 Boiler house - beam yard
74 276 Forge shop
74 277 Unidentified
74 278 Unidentified
74 279 We-Fu-Go Plant looking south
74 280 We-Fu-Go Plant looking north
74 281 Cooling tower - 34" slab mill
74 282 General view of SE corner of field
74 291 Furnace #8 - 134" plate mill
74 292 Regenerator #2-134" plate mill
74 293 Cambria Steel car 1205 - perspective view
74 294 Cambria Steel car 1205 - side view
74 295 Cambria Steel car 1205 - end view
74 296 Shearing shed #1 looking northwest
74 297 Coke oven dam looking northwest
74 298 Main sewer looking northwest
74 299 134" plate mill looking east
74 300 Lackawanna Coal & Coke Co.'s car - side view
74 301 Lackawanna Coal & Coke Co.'s car - perspective
74 302 Lackawanna Coal & Coke Co.'s car - end view
74 303 West Virginia central - side view
74 304 West Virginia central car - end view
74 305 West Virginia central car - perspective
74 306 P & R cars
74 307 Charging crane - 34" mill furnace house
74 308 Trolley of charging crane - 34" mill furnace house
74 309 Charging crane - 34" mill furnace house
74 310 Erecting exhaust pipe for supply pumps
74 311 Cooling tower and power house at beam yard
74 312 134" plate mill shearing shed #1
74 313 134" plate mill heating furnace #3
74 314 34" slabbing mill from the northwest
74 315 Franklin Plant from overhead bridge
K. Album No. 9, Cambria Steel Co. Engineering Department
Box Item
74 428 42" pipeline - slide at station 296
74 429 42" pipeline - slide at station 302 showing injured pipe
74 430 42" pipeline - slide at station 274 looking east
74 431 42" pipeline - slide at station 274 looking west
74 497 Intake dam
74 498 Intake dam looking southeast
74 499 Intake dam looking northeast
74 500 Pipeline from dam
74 501 Pipeline at Clapboard Run
74 502 Pipeline at railroad crossing
74 503 Pipeline at railroad crossing looking east
74 504 Pipeline showing viaduct
74 505 Pipeline showing special bend
74 507 Intake dam looking southeast
74 508 Intake dam looking north
74 509 Intake dam looking southeast
74 510 Intake dam looking south
74 511 Intake dam first timber
74 512 Intake dam looking southeast
74 513 Intake dam looking north
74 514 Intake dam looking north
74 515 Intake dam looking southeast
74 516 Intake dam looking southeast
74 517 Intake dam looking southwest
74 519 Ruins from #1 mill looking over #2 mill engine
74 520 Ruins from 12" mill looking towards #1 mill
74 521 Ruins from #1 mill looking toward 16" mill
74 522 #2 mill engine
74 523 Sewers platform #1 mill looking over #2 mill
74 524 #2 mill and train looking north
74 525 Ruins from 22" plate mill looking south toward #2 mill
74 526 Intake dam looking east
74 527 Intake dam looking south
74 528 Pipe at spring
74 529 Pipe between dam and spring
74 530 Timbering of trench
L. Album No. 10, Cambria Steel Co. Engineering Department
Box Item
75 550 Break in Scottsdale Dam looking downstream
75 551 Break in Scottsdale Dam looking upstream
75 552 Scottsdale Dam looking east
75 553 Spillway Scottsdale Dam
75 546 Scottsdale Dam looking north
75 547 Crack in Scottsdale Dam due to settlement
75 548 General view of break - Scottsdale Dam looking west
75 549 Track of flood - Scottsdale Dam
75 578 Cribbing slide #2 - wooden stave pipeline
75 Hinckston Run Dam from Linton Farm - telephoto lens
75 Hinckston Run Dam from Linton Farm
75 Cribbing slide #3 - wooden stave pipeline
75 570 Hinckston Run Dam spillway looking west
75 571 Hinckston Run Dam spillway looking east
75 532 Hinckston Run Dam looking south
75 533 Hinckston Run Dam looking east
75 543 Hinckston Run Dam looking west
75 544 Hinckston Run Dam looking east
75 541 Hinckston Run Dam looking west
75 542 Hinckston Run Dam looking east
75 Hinckston Run Dam looking west
75 577 Spillway from highway bridge - Hinckston Run Dam
75 568 Clay cars - Hinckston Run Dam
75 569 Hinckston Run Dam looking northwest
75 562 Hinckston Run Dam looking northwest
75 563 Hinckston Run Dam looking west
75 558 Proposed changes to RR and highway for spillway - HRD
75 546 Hinckston Run Dam looking east toward stand pipe
75 572 Valve house and 40" pipe - HRD
75 573 Railroad and spillway - HRD
75 574 Highway below spillway - HRD
75 575 Hinckston Run Dam spillway looking north from highway
75 Hinckston Run Dam looking for Linton Farm
75 Hinckston Run Dam looking southwest
M. Album No. 11, Cambria Steel Co. Engineering Department
Box
75 Car dumper looking north
75 729 Break in wooden pipeline looking north
75 676 Forge shop looking northeast
75 Car dumper looking northeast
75 Car dumper looking northeast
75 Car dumper looking northeast
75 674 Car dumper
75 675 Interior of 24" mill
75 755 Ore bridge #2 looking north
75 744 Foundation for engine house #8 BF
75 770 Ore bridge #2 looking north
75 748 Ore bridge #2 looking north
75 736 New general office building rear
75 760 Ore bridge #2 looking north
75 711 New general office
75 933 New general office building front
75 Ore field looking west
75 726 New general office rear view
75 693 Foundations for general office building southwest
75 725 Washer building from tower
75 694 Gautier finishing rolls looking northwest
75 724 New general office building front
75 709 New general office building rear view
75 713 Ore bridge tower looking east
75 706 General office building looking at back
75 717 Interior of temporary building over batts. #8
75 702 Cooling tower looking northeast
75 716 New general office building rear view
75 705 General office building looking at front
75 715 Washery and pit building ext.
75 745 West end of open hearth
75 771 New general office building rear
75 734 New general office building front
75 758 New general office building rear
75 742 New general office building rear
75 768 Pit building from tower
75 753 New general office building front
75 747 New general office building front
75 737 Pusher tracks - batts. 7 and 8
75 761 New general office building front
75 738 East end of Franklin Yard
75 762 New general office building rear
75 739 New general office building front
75 764 Quencher track and quencher batt. #7
75 739 Blooming mill soaking pit furnace
75 763 New general office building front
75 772 New general office building rear
75 776 New general office building rear
75 786 New general office building front
N. Album No. 12, Cambria Steel Co. Engineering Department
Box Item
75 785 Bulges and waves in Dalton Run paving
75 804 Power house of Warriors Ridge Dam - looking southeast
75 803 Reinforced concrete dam of Warriors Ridge looking northeast
75 805 General view concrete dame of Warriors Ridge
75 793 The dump looking northwest - Dunlo Dam
75 794 North end of trench showing tunnel - Dunlo Dam
75 789 Inc. pictures of dam above Lloydell looking northwest - Dunlo Dam
75 790 View of Haynes concrete mixer - telephoto - Dunlo Dam
75 791 General view looking west - Dunlo Dam
75 792 General view looking north - Dunlo Dam
75 796 Showing trench for increased width of masonry sec. LN - Dunlo Dam
75 795 General view looking northeast - Dunlo Dam
75 921 Sugar Run Dam - pool and borrow pits
75 922 Sugar Run Dam - clay chutes
75 923 Sugar Run Dam - cut-off wall
75 924 Sugar Run Dam - borrow pits
75 925 Experimental pumping station - east side
75 926 Que. Dam experimental pumping station
75 868 Que. Dam site
75 869 Que. Dam 2
75 870 Quemahoning Creek
75 821 Johnstown from head of inclined plane
75 822 Johnstown from head of inclined plane
75 818 Conemaugh River from Lincoln Building
75 819 Works order office from switch box
75 817 General office building looking up Washington Street
75 820 Johnstown from head of inclined plane
O. Album No. 13, Cambria Steel Co. Engineering Department
Box Item
76 981 Extension to main building of electric powerhouse - electric department
76 986 Extension to main building of electric powerhouse - electric department
76 985 Repair shop - electric powerhouse - Cambria
76 1005 Electric plant - Cambria
76 1040 Cambria electric plant looking south
76 1042 Cambria electric plant looking south
76 1044 Cambria electric plant looking south
76 1045 Cambria electric plant looking west
76 1046 Interior of high pressure end of turbo looking north
76 1047 Turbo before put together looking northeast
76 1048 Turbo before put together looking north
76 1049 Turbo taken at low pressure end looking north
76 1050 Generator looking northeast
76 1051 Turbo interior of low pressure end looking north
76 1011 View of blast furnace #5 from roof of W. O. O.
76 1012 View of blast furnace #5 from north end rail finishing shed
76 1039 No. 5 BF looking southeast
76 1004 #5 BF - Cambria
76 1007 Crack in foundation on northwest side of #5 BF
76 1041 #5 BF looking southeast
76 1043 #5 BF looking east
76 912 Slag conveyor - #8 BF
76 927 #8 BF stoves, cast runner and stock houses
76 928 Hot stoves, stove platform and supports for 6-ft. gas main
76 941 #8 BF stoves and stock house from top of battery #6
76 942 #8 BF
76 1020 Blast furnace ore storage - Franklin
76 1021 Blast furnace blowing engine - Franklin
76 879 9" mill Gautier northeast
76 995 View of battery #6 looking toward #5 battery
76 996 View of battery #6 from hill on south side
76 1035 Details of coal washer and driving machinery
76 1036 Details of coal washer - showing riffles
76 1038 Interior of condensing house #2 - tar pumps
76 1037 Interior condensing house #2 - exhauster and stills
76 1008 Cracks in foundation on northwest side of #5 BF
76 1009 Cracks in foundation on northwest side of #5 BF
76 1010 #5 BF from roof of W. O. O.
76 1006 #5 BF from W. O. O.
76 989 Ruins of fire in coke bins and lean-to - #1 BF
76 982 Foundations for Weiss condenser - Cambria blooming mill
76 987 Foundations for central condensing plant - blooming mill
76 935 Crane runway - beam yard
76 937 Two-bay extension to Franklin beam yard crane runway
76 756 West end OH
76 759 West end open hearth
76 778 Open hearth extension furnaces 16-18
76 824 Open hearth extension looking northeast
76 834 Open hearth extension looking northeast
76 851 Open hearth extension looking northeast
76 841 Open hearth extension looking northeast
76 828 Open hearth extension looking northeast
76 860 Open hearth extension looking northeast
76 865 Open hearth extension looking northeast
76 878 Open hearth extension looking northeast
76 890 Open hearth extension looking northeast
76 893 Open hearth extension looking northeast
76 906 Open hearth extension looking northeast
76 907 Open hearth extension looking northeast
76 920 Open hearth extension looking northeast
76 932 Open hearth extension looking northeast
76 934 Open hearth extension looking northeast
76 938 Extension to FOH looking northeast
76 945 Open hearth extension looking northeast
76 947 Open hearth extension looking northeast
76 948 Open hearth extension looking northeast
76 953 Open hearth extension looking northeast
76 968 Open hearth extension looking northeast
P. Album No. 14, Cambria Steel Co. Engineering Department
Box Item
76 1247 Gas washers for 7 and 8 BF
76 1280 Gas engine - 7-8 BF engine room
76 1281 Gas engine - 7-8 BF engine room
76 1282 Fly wheel gas engine - 7-8 BF
76 1283 Schwartz cleaner and separator - Franklin
76 1294 Gas engine - 7-8 BF engine room
76 1295 Schwartz cleaner and separator - FP
76 1298 Gas piping - #8 BF engine house
76 1299 Mushroom valve - #8 BF
76 1320 Mushroom valve - #8 BF
76 1548 #8 BF stack, from southwest corner of platform above mantel
76 1549 #8 BF stack, from southeast corner of platform above mantel
76 1550 #8 BF stack, from northeast corner of platform above mantel
76 1551 #8 BF stack, from northwest corner of platform above mantel
76 1552 Southeast bleeder - #8 BF from charging floor
76 1553 Northeast bleeder - #8 BF at crosspipe
76 1617 Outlet centrifugal gas cleaner - #8 BF
76 1618 #8 BF stack from northeast corner of platform above mantel
76 1619 #8 BF stack from southeast corner of platform above mantel
76 1620 #8 BF stack from southwest corner of platform above mantel
76 1284 Ruins of ore conveyor - ore field - Franklin
76 1285 Ruins of ore conveyor - ore field - Franklin
76 1286 Ruins of ore conveyor - ore field - Franklin
76 1287 Ruins of ore conveyor - ore field - Franklin
76 1288 Ruins of ore conveyor - ore field - Franklin
76 1289 Ruins of ore conveyor - ore field - Franklin
76 1290 Ruins of ore conveyor - ore field - Franklin
76 1291 Ruins of ore conveyor - ore field - Franklin
76 1321 "K" wall ore field - Franklin
76 1357 False work - ore field - Franklin
76 1372 False work - ore field - Franklin
76 1401 False work - ore field - Franklin
76 1408 Ore bridge - ore field - Franklin
76 1417 False work - ore field - Franklin
76 1479 Ore bridge - ore field - Franklin
76 1480 Tower - ore bridge - Franklin
76 1458 Ore bridge - ore field - Franklin
76 1457 Tower - ore bridge - Franklin
76 1418 Tower - false work - ore fields - Franklin
76 1441 Tower - ore bridge - ore field - Franklin
76 1489 Ore bridge over bins - Franklin
76 1805 #2 ore bridge - Franklin
76 1817 #2 ore bridge - Franklin
76 1835 No. 2 ore bridge - Franklin
76 1846 Tower #2 ore bridge
76 1847 #2 ore bridge from coal trestle
76 1865 Ore bridge - Franklin
Q. Album No. 15, Cambria Steel Co. Engineering Department
Box Item
77 1079 Boiler shop from roof of machine shop
77 1081 Boiler shop from roof of machine shop
77 1088 Interior boiler house ends
77 1089 Boiler house building from hill
77 1099 Boiler shop building taken from hill
77 1105 Force pump and interior of boiler shop
77 1106 Interior of boiler shop from erecting shop
77 1108 18" mill entire foundation
77 1111 Interior of boiler shop
77 1112 Interior of boiler shop
77 1448 Bending rolls boiler shop - Cambria
77 1449 Hydraulic pipe riveter boiler shop - Cambria
77 1168 Pipe dipping plant - Cambria
77 1175 Pipe dipping plant - Cambria
77 1182 Dipping plant
77 1191 Pipe dipping plant - Cambria
77 1197 Pipe dipping plant - Cambria
77 1209 Pipe dipping plant - Cambria
77 1210 Pipe dipping plant - Cambria
77 1444 Pipe dipping plant - Cambria
77 1114 Boiler house ext. at Gautier
77 1127 Boiler house ext. at Gautier
77 1138 Boiler house ext. at Gautier
77 1142 Boiler house ext. at Gautier
77 1159 Boiler house ext. at Gautier
77 1160 Interior boiler shop - Cambria
77 1180 Stoker - interior BH - Gautier
77 1192 Stoker - interior BH - Gautier
77 1183 Open hearth extension - Franklin
77 1207 Open hearth extension - Franklin
77 1101 Blowing engine - Franklin pump house
77 1102 Blowing engine - Franklin pump house
77 1218 Cross pipe between bleeders - #7 BF
77 1227 Cross pipe between bleeders - #7 BF
77 1252 Upper transfer and run-out rolls - bloom mill - Cambria
77 1179 Street railway overhead bridge - Woodvale
77 1170 Bloom mill ext. - Franklin
77 1176 Bloom mill - Franklin
77 1195 40" BM ext. Franklin
77 1216 40" BM ext. Franklin
77 1115 Ext. to slab mill - Franklin
77 1137 34" mill soaking pit extension - Franklin
77 1162 34" slab mill furnace house extension
77 1172 34" slab mill furnace house extension
77 1198 34" slab mill furnace house extension
77 1217 34" slab mill furnace house extension
77 1178 34" slab mill extension - Franklin
77 1719 34" slab mill
77 1699 22" plate mill #2
77 1700 22" plate mill #2
77 1683 Paving on slope above blast furnace tracks - Franklin
77 1713 Paving on slope above blast furnace tracks - Franklin
77 1103 Paved slope at Franklin
R. Album No. 16, Cambria Steel Co. Engineering Department
Box Item
77 1107 Steam shovel in cut for OH stock yard - Cambria
77 1113 Steam shovel - COH
77 1117 Shovel cut for COH
77 1118 Shovel cut for COH
77 1206 Cambrian open hearth stock yards
77 1233 Interior OH - Cambria
77 1245 Interior of OH - Cambria
77 1248 OH crane
77 1253 OH Cambria
77 1259 COH looking north
77 1260 COH looking west
77 1262 Gantry crane - OH stock yards - Cambria
77 1267 OH - Cambria
77 1269 Gantry crane - OH stock yards - Cambria
77 1278 OH - Cambria
77 1307 OH - Cambria
77 1316 OH - Cambria
77 1317 Brickwork for regenerators - OH Cambria
77 1318 Floor plates - OH - Cambria
77 1323 Gantry crane - COH - stock yards
77 1337 OH - Cambria
77 1333 Gantry crane - COH - stock yards
77 1339 Receiver - COH
77 1342 Receiver - COH
77 1356 OH - Cambria
77 1343 COH
77 1359 Pans, interior - COH
77 1367 OH - Cambria
77 1388 Pans, interior - COH
77 1382 OH stock yards - Cambria
77 1383 OH bldg. - Cambria
77 1384 Pans, interior - COH
77 138? Forter valve f? - COH
77 1397 COH building
77 1398 Stacks - COH
77 1379 Forter valves - COH
77 1400 #5 furnace - COH
77 1406 COH building
77 (illegible)
77 (illegible)
77 (illegible)
77 14?? Forter valve - COH
77 14?? Stacks - COH
77 142? OH building -Cambria
77 1419 (illegible) of # furnace - COH
77 14?? #(illegible) furnace - OH
77 14?? Stacks - COH
77 14?? (illegible) side of furnace
77 144? Stacks - OH
77 1442 (illegible) house - Cambria
77 1455 (illegible)
77 14?? Stripper house - Cambria
77 14?? Open hearth bldg. - Cambria
77 1477 (illegible)
77 14?? Stripper house - Cambria
77 1488 90-ton crane - COH
77 149? Stripper crane - stripper house - Cambria
77 14?? Open hearth building - Cambria
77 149? (illegible) for new bottom house - Cambria
77 1494 Stripper cranes - stripper house - Cambria
77 1502 Dolomite cupola - FOH
77 1519 COH building
77 1520 Stripper house tracks and cranes - Cambria
77 1521 Excavation for new bottom house - Cambria
77 1528 Dolomite cupola - FOH
77 1534 Receiver - ?OH
77 1544 Dolomite cupola - FOH
77 1547 Receiver - ?OH
77 1562 Ladle charging car - COH
77 1643 Refractory bins - COH stock yards
77 1687 Refractory bins - COH stock yards
S. Album No. 17, Cambria Steel Co. Engineering Department
Box Item
78 436 Open hearth furnace looking east
78 456 42" pipe at Mineral Point ready to lower after it floated
78 457 Intake dam looking west
78 458 Engine and pump house - #7 BF
78 459 #7 BF and hot stoves
78 460 Open hearth building looking northeast
78 461 New washer and storage plant
78 462 44" pipe at Mineral Point crossing
78 463 44" line at Mineral Point NS of river at crossing
78 468 44" pipeline showing connection with CI pipe at Mineral Point
78 469 44" line at Mineral Point showing men building
78 470 44" line at river crossing looking west
78 471 44" pipe in river bottom looking east
78 472 44" pipe at river crossing looking east
78 473 44" line along river
78 475 General view of #7 BF looking east
78 476 Condensing house
78 477 #7 BF furnace and hot stoves
78 478 #7 BF engine house
78 479 #7 BF boiler house
78 480 Open hearth gas producer units 11-15
78 481 Open hearth units 11-15
78 482 Open hearth building charging side
78 483 Open hearth building casting side
78 484 Bolt shop - Franklin plant
78 485 Skull cracker - FP looking east
78 486 Ore field - #7 BF
78 487 New Heyl and Patterson washer
78 488 Car dumper looking southeast - #7 BF
78 489 Car dumper looking southwest
78 490 Car dumper looking northwest
78 493 44" pipeline lower riprap looking west
78 494 44" pipeline lower riprap east of viaduct
78 495 44" pipeline lower riprap east of viaduct
78 496 Intake dam looking northeast
78 491 Ore bridges - looking south - 4 BF
78 492 Bolt shop - Cambria
T. Album No. 18, Cambria Steel Co. Engineering Department
Box Item
78 701 Ore bridge looking west
78 719 Stack between batts. 7 and 8
78 559 Coke plant - batts. 5 and 6 looking west
78 560 Coke plant - batts. 5 and 6 looking east
78 Air pumps in pump house at Gautier
78 731 CI pipe where Wooden Line crosses
78 680 Shear at Gautier
78 728 40" blooming mill soaking pit furnace
78 735 Washery building exterior from tower
78 779 Pit and washery building
78 800 Pit and washery buildings finished
78 740 Quencher tracks - battery 8
78 765 Washery building extension
78 741 Washery building
78 766 Pusher track - batt. #7
78 752 Washery building - ext.
78 754 Washery and pit building - ext.
78 825 Coke plant - batt. 5 and 6 from new washer building
78 799 Steel floor - batt. #8
78 672 Washing and pit buildings
78 673 Gautier 24" mill
78 700 Washer and pit building from tower
78 720 Blooming mill soaking pit furnace
78 707 Blooming mill soaking pit - ext.
78 718 East end of yard from gas holder near condensing house #2
78 710 Washer building ext. from tower
78 712 Stock house looking west
78 708 Exterior to washier building from tower
78 714 Cooling tower looking north
78 679 Pit and washing building ext.
78 730 Break in Wooden Line looking north
78 681 Washing building ext.
78 732 Chemical laboratory
78 677 Gautier roughing and finishing engines
78 272 Quencher #7 and chemical laboratory
78 797 North east end of Franklin Yard
78 811 Excavation for "M" wall extension to #8 BF
78 750 East end Franklin Yard
78 814 East end of yard and "M" wall from top of gas holder
78 815 East end of yard and "M" wall from top of gas holder
78 787 East end of Franklin Yard
78 836 East end of yard from water cooler
78 746 Repair shop #7 BF
78 801 300 ton coal pocket between batts. 6 and 7
78 809 300 ton coal pocket - #3 pusher and batt. #7
78 780 Batts. 5 and 6-7 and 8 from coal tipple
78 774 Retaining wall extension
U. Album No. 19
Box Item
79 669 Forge shop looking west
79 Pig casting plant looking southeast
79 Electric power house looking northeast
79 599 First ore in #7 ore field
79 601 Excavation - batts. 7-8
79 602 Ore bridge - #7 BF
79 604 Coke plant - batts. 7-8
79 608 24" plate mill - Gautier
79 607 KH & J Walls - #7 BF
79 606 Ore bridge - #7 BF
79 618 Ore yard #7 BF looking southeast
79 620 Ore yard #7 BF looking southeast
79 621 Coke plant - batts. 7-8
79 622 Engine and pump house #7 BF
79 623 Engine and pump house #7 BF
79 625 #7 BF stoves looking northeast
79 605 Electric power house and ore yard #7 BF
79 603 24" universal mill
79 Wreck of Gautier Bridge
79 Wreck of Gautier Bridge
79 631 Ore field and #7 BF
79 632 #7 BF
79 633 Electric power house looking east
79 634 Coke plant - batts. 7-8
79 635 Car dumper
79 636 Pipeline looking north - 24" Wooden Line
79 637 Pipeline looking north - 24" Wooden Line
79 638 Gautier looking southwest
79 639 Gautier looking west
79 640 Gautier looking east
79 643 Pig casting plant and cooling tower looking west
79 644 #7 BF looking east
79 645 Coke plant extension 7-8 BF
79 646 Inside pump house looking east
79 648 Inside runner house looking west
79 647 Ore field looking east
79 652 #7 BF looking northwest
79 653 #7 BF ore field looking northwest
79 654 #7 BF looking northeast
79 660 New boiler house looking south
79 656 24" universal mill finishing engine
79 657 Coke plant batt. #7 looking east
79 659 New boiler house 24" mill
79 658 New bridge at general office showing bottom chords
79 628 New bridge at general off
79 662 Ore bridge tower looking northeast
79 663 Open hearth cupolas looking northeast
79 664 Car dumper looking northeast
79 665 New bridge at general office end view
79 666 Roughing train engine - Gautier
79 667 Straightening machine - Gautier
79 668 Finishing rolls - Gautier
V. Album No. 20
Box Item
79 1972 Burnt bolts #9 column - FOH, 1911 June 15
79 1881 Garage, Franklin, 1911 April 20
79 Garage, Franklin, 1911 June 20
79 1968 Break in Conemaugh wood pipeline at viaduct, 1911 June 11
79 1969 Break in Conemaugh wood pipeline at viaduct, 1911 June 11
79 1970 Break in Conemaugh wood pipeline at viaduct, 1911 June 11
79 1978 18" mill from works order office, 1909 July 17
79 1079 Boiler shop from roof of machine shop, 1909 July 17
79 1081 Boiler shop from roof of machine shop, 1909 July 17
79 1080 13" mill building from roll shop, 1909 July 17
79 1084 Hot bed 13" mill, Gautier, 1909 July 19
79 1085 13" mill, Gautier, 1909 July 19
79 1086 13" mill furnace, Gautier, 1909 July 24
79 1087 13" mill engine, Gautier, 1909 July 24
79 1082 Hot bed and roller run #2 mill, 1909 July 19
79 1083 Hot bed #3 mill, 1909 July 19
79 1052 #5 BF taken from top of crane at west end of stock yard of merchant mills, 1908 December 22
79 1058 #5 BF taken from top of crane at west end of merchant mill looking southeast, 1909 February 4
79 1033 Larry, #7 BF, 1908 July 28
79 1059 Bell removed from #7 BF, 1909 February 7
79 1065 Showing break in #7 BF hopper removed from top of furnace, 1909 February 13
79 1810 Repairs to shell #7 BF stack, 1911 February 11
79 1057 18' x 60' continuous heating furnace looking west, 1909 February 4
79 1060 Interior of structural shop looking south, 1909 February 11
79 1061 Interior of structural shop looking west, 1909 February 11
79 1062 Interior of structural shop looking south, 1909 February 11
79 1063 Interior of structural shop looking east, 1909 February 11
79 1064 Oil house north of forge shop looking north east, 1909 February 11
79 Building destroyed by an exploding fuel oil tank
79 1054 Tilting tables of 134" mill, Franklin, 1909 February 1
79 1055 Tilting tables of 134" mill, Franklin, 1909 February 1
79 1056 Tilting tables of 134" mill, Franklin, 1909 February 1
79 1053 Cambria electric plant taken from top of #6 BF, 1908 December 22
79 1022 Blast furnace iron and cinder notices, Franklin, 1908 July 18
79 1023 Blast furnace cast house, Franklin, 1908 July 18
79 1031 Coke car 1101, Cambria Steel Co. - Thackray, 1908 July 28
79 1032 Coke car 1101, details of draft gear connections, 1908 July 28
79 1034 View of coal mines, Franklin, 1908 July 27
79 894 View of coke plant dam looking northeast, 1907 June 13
79 993 Battery #6, coke plant, 1908 January 18
79 950 Tar mains on top of battery #3, 1907 September 28
79 930 Concrete mixer at beam yard, 1907 September 10
79 961 View of #7 BF showing new sheets, 1907 October 31
79 1018 Open hearth cast house, looking north, 1908 July 18
79 1019 Open hearth stripper, 1908 July 18
79 695 Stock house exterior, looking west, 1906 June 4
79 723 Quencher #7 and chemical laboratory, 1906 July 14
79 952 Two-bay extension to crane runway at f. beam yard, 1907 October 5
79 957 Two-bay extension to crane runway at f. beam yard, 1907 October 12
79 Bessemer plant, 1908 July 18
79 1025 250-ton hot metal receiver, 1908 July 18
79 698 High water in Conemaugh at stone bridge, 1907 June 7
79 721 Oven floor batts. 7 and 8, looking west, 1906 July 14
79 561 Coke plant, batts. 5 and 6, looking south, 1904 September 3
79 567 Spillway, bortage tunnel, 1904 October 7
W. Album No. 21
Box Item
80 743 Foundation for #8 blast furnace, 1906 August 18
80 769 Open hearth extension, 1906 September 29
80 757 #8 blast furnace foundations, 1906 September 8
80 777 #8 blast furnace foundations, 1906 October 13
80 788 #8 blast furnace, 1906 October 20
80 798 #8 blast furnace stove foundations, 1906 November 3
80 810 #8 blast furnace stoves and bridge for 10" steam line, 1907 January 5
80 813 #8 blast furnace stoves and bridge for 10" steam line, 1907 February 18
80 812 #8 blast furnace stoves and bridge for 10" steam line, 1907 February 12
80 823 #8 blast furnace stoves and bridge for 10" steam line, 1907 March 16
80 816 #8 blast furnace stoves and bridge for 10" steam line, 1907 March 9
80 826 #8 blast furnace stoves and bridge for 10" steam line, 1907 March 23
80 827 #8 blast furnace stoves and (illegible) and runner house looking west, 1907 March 23
80 835 #8 blast furnace stoves and (illegible) and runner house looking west, 1907 March 30
80 833 #8 blast furnace stoves and bridge for 10" steam line, 1907 March 30
80 839 #8 blast furnace stoves and bridge for 10" steam line, 1907 April 6
80 840 #8 blast furnace stoves and bridge for 10" steam line, 1907 April 15
80 773 #8 foundations, 1906 October 6
80 852 #8 blast furnace stoves and bridge for 10" steam line, 1907 April 27
80 858 #8 blast furnace stoves and bridge for 10" steam line, 1907 May 11
80 859 #8 blast furnace stoves and (illegible) and runner house, 1907 May 11
80 866 #8 blast furnace stoves and bridge for 10" steam line, 1907 May 20
80 875 #8 blast furnace stoves and 10" steam line bridge, 1907 May 25
80 876 #8 blast furnace stoves and (illegible) and runner house, 1907 May 25
80 888 #8 blast furnace stoves and (illegible) and runner house, 1907 June 3
80 887 #8 blast furnace stoves and bridge for 10" steam line, 1907 June 3
80 892 #8 blast furnace stoves and bridge for 10" steam line, 1907 June 8
80 891 #8 blast furnace stoves and (illegible) and runner house, 1907 June 8
80 896 #8 blast furnace stoves and (illegible) and runner house from hill sides in front of battery #8, 1907 June 22
80 897 #8 blast furnace stoves and (illegible) and runner house from hill sides in front of battery #7, 1907 June 22
80 900 #8 blast furnace stoves and (illegible) and runner house from hill in front of battery #8, 1907 July 1
80 901 #8 blast furnace stoves and (illegible) and runner house from bank in front of battery #6, 1907 July 1
80 902 #8 blast furnace stoves and (illegible) and runner house from hill in front of battery #8, 1907 July 8
80 903 #8 blast furnace stoves and (illegible) and runner house from hill in front of battery #6, 1907 July 8
80 904 #8 blast furnace stoves and (illegible), runner and stock houses from bank of north side of coke plant, 1907 July 13
80 905 #8 blast furnace stoves and battery #6, 1907 July 13
80 908 #8 blast furnace stoves and bridge for 10" steam line, 1907 July 20
80 909 #8 blast furnace stoves and (illegible) and runner house from bank on north side of battery #8, 1907 July 20
80 910 Connections for chimney, flues at #4 stove of #8 BF looking east, 1907 July 20
80 911 #8 BF stoves and (illegible) for 10" steam line, 1907 July 25
80 915 #8 BF stoves and stove platform, 1907 July 25
80 917 #8 blast furnace stoves and (illegible), runner and stock houses, 1907 July 25
80 916 Hot stoves and 6" gas main for #8 BF, 1907 July 25
80 918 #8 BF stoves and (illegible), runner and stock houses, from bank on north side of batt. #8, 1907 July 27
80 919 #8 BF stoves and bridge for 10" steam line, 1907 July 27
80 929 #8 BF stoves and stock house from bank on north side battery #6, 1907 August 3
80 931 #8 BF stoves and (illegible), runner and stock houses from north side battery #8, 1907 August 10
80 939 #8 BF stoves and bridge for 10" steam line, 1907 September 4
80 940 #8 BF stoves and (illegible), runner and stock houses from (illegible) "M," 1907 September 4
X. Album No. 22
Box Item
80 1366 Ore nodulizing plant, Frog Hollow, 1910 March 25
80 1385 Ore nodulizing plant, Frog Hollow, 1910 April 1
80 1404 Ore nodulizing plant, Frog Hollow, 1910 April 9
80 1411 Ore nodulizing plant, Frog Hollow, 1910 April 18
80 1412 Ore screening car, Frog Hollow, 1910 April 18
80 1443 Ore nodulizing plant, Frog Hollow, 1910 May 6
80 1452 Ore screening car, Frog Hollow, 1910 May 15
80 1478 Ore nodulizing plant, Frog Hollow, 1910 May 21
80 1487 Machine and foundations, ore nodulizing plant, 1910 May 27
80 1495 Ore nodulizing plant, Frog Hollow, 1910 June 3
80 1518 Ore nodulizing plant, Frog Hollow, 1910 July 12
80 1536 Ore nodulizing plant, Frog Hollow, 1910 July 21
80 1563 East end of ore nodulizing plant, Frog Hollow, 1910 August 6
80 1564 West end of ore nodulizing plant, Frog Hollow, 1910 August 6
80 1573 Ore nodulizing plant, Frog Hollow, 1910 August 15
80 1644 Screen plant from ore pile, Frog Hollow nodulizing plant, 1910 October 1
80 1645 Screen plant from east end, Frog Hollow, 1910 October 1
80 1748 No. 1 ore bridge, Frog Hollow, 1910 December 16
80 1314 Extension to paint shop, Franklin, 1910 February 24
80 1334 Extension to paint shop, Franklin, 1910 March 5
80 1341 Extension to paint shop, Franklin, 1910 March 7
80 1336 #4 mill hot bed, Cambria, 1910 March 5
80 1413 Transfer bed, #4 mill, 1910 April 18
80 1387 Transfer bed, #4 mill, 1910 April 1
80 1711 Roller straightener, #4 mill, 1910 November 11
80 1724 Roller straightener, #4 mill, 1910 November 26
80 1752 Roll run to straightener, #4 mill, 1910 December 23
80 1772 Transfer bed, #4 mill, 1911 January 12
80 1110 Interior of 13" mill, 1909 August 20
80 1080 13" mill building from roll shop, 1909 July 17
80 1109 Interior of 13" mill, 1909 August 20
80 1104 Gas cleaner, Franklin, 1909 August 12
80 1116 Gas cleaner, Franklin blowing engine house, 1909 August 23
80 1141 Gas washer and tank #8 BF, 1909 September 21
80 1171 #8 BF Crawford valve for pipe to gas engine, 1909 October 14
80 1177 Gas washer and tank #8 BF, 1909 October 22
80 1193 Gas cleaner and washer #8 BF, 1909 October 28
80 1246 Splice bar plant #2, Gautier, 1910 January 14
80 1249 Splice bar plant #2, Gautier, 1910 January 20
80 1251 16" mill hot bed, Cambria, 1910 January 26
80 1255 16" mill and traveler, Cambria, 1910 January 28
80 1258 Splice bar plant #2 furnace, Gautier, 1910 January 28
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