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American Iron and Steel Institute photographs and audiovisual materials

Accession 1986.268

Audiovisual Collections and Digital Initiatives Department, Hagley Museum and Library


PO Box 3630
Wilmington, Delaware, 19807
302-658-2400
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Finding aid prepared by Photographs arranged by Barbara Hall, 2002. Audiovisual materials processed by Lisa Kruczek. Finding aid prepared by by Lisa Kruczek and Laurie Rizzo, 2015.,

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Descriptive Summary

Title: American Iron and Steel Institute photographs and audiovisual materials
Dates: 1851-1980
Accession Number: 1986.268
Creator: American Iron and Steel Institute. Keller, Albert T., 1869-1940 Woodman, Walter C., 1903-1979
Extent: 21 linear feet
Physical Description: 3013 photographic prints : b&w ; 8 x 10 in. or smaller. 1756 photographic prints : b&w ; 3x6 in. 251 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in. or smaller.76 photographic prints : color contact prints ; 120 mm. 216 photographic prints : b&w ; 5 x 7 in. 111 photographic prints : b&w ; 4 x 5 in. or smaller. 3 photographic prints : color ; 4 x 5 in. or smaller. 998 negatives : b&w ; 3 x 6 in. 20 negatives : b&w ; 8 x 10 in. 114 negatives : b&w ; 5 x 7 in. 101 negatives : b&w ; 4 x 5 in. 80 negatives : b&w ; 3 x 5 in. 168 negatives : b&w ; 35 mm. 403 negatives : b&w ; 120 mm. 19 negatives : color ; 4 x 5 in. 74 negatives : color ; 35 mm. 12 transparencies : color 120 mm. 67 transparencies : color 4 x 5 in. 47 items (postcards, envelopes, brochures). 70 items : clippings ; 43 x 52 cm. or smaller. 3 items : etchings ; 11 cm. x 17 cm., on sheet 7.5 x 11 in. 9 reels : sd., color ; 16 mm. ref. print. 1 videocassette (VHS) : sd., color ; 1/2 in. TRT 00:09:00. 4 audio cassettes. 1 soundsheet record : 33 1/3 rpm.
Language of Material: English
Repository: Hagley Museum and Library: Audiovisual Collections and Digital Initiatives Department
Abstract: The American Iron and Steel Institute is a trade association of North American steel producers. The group’s mission includes advocating for public policy, education and innovation for the Iron and Steel Industry. The Institute was established under the leadership of Elbert H. Gary (1846-1927) in 1908, after the Panic of 1907 brought an end to industry-wide consolidations. This collection consists of photographs, research notes, audio, film, and video which document the history of the steel industry. The images cover the entire scope of the steel industry from basic raw materials through the multiple aspects of steelmaking. In addition to images documenting the technical aspects of steel production, there are photographs showing steel in use. These include a variety of industrial and consumer applications and images related to the steel industry and environmental issues. The Albert T. Keller photographs depict the sites or remains of early ironworks primarily in the mid-Atlantic states and New England states during the 1930s and there are over fifty blast furnace complexes pictured. The Walter C. Woodman photographs and research notes document the history of iron furnaces and Saugus Iron Works becoming a national historic landmark.
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Historical Note

The American Iron and Steel Institute is a trade association of North American steel producers. The group’s mission includes advocating for public policy, education and innovation for the Iron and Steel Industry. The Institute was established under the leadership of Elbert H. Gary (1846-1927) in 1908, after the Panic of 1907 brought an end to industry-wide consolidations. One of the oldest trade associations in the United States, the organization’s first meeting was held in 1910.

Elbert H. Gary was a lawyer, who went on to serve two terms as a judge in DuPage County, Illinois from 1882 to 1890. Gary was known as “Judge Gary” thereafter. He retired from twenty-five years of practicing law to become president of the Federal Steel Corporation. He became head of the United States Steel Corporation in 1901 which was several companies including Federal Steel Corporation merged together.

During World War I, the Institute under Judge Gary was the primary coordinator with the government for all industry production, allocation and prices. However, the Institute's staff remained small, and it had no paid president until 1932. The passage of the National Industrial Recovery Act (NIRA) in the early days of the New Deal transformed the Institute as it did most trade associations. The NIRA worked to arrest the collapse of production and prices by imposing a system of industry-specific “Codes of Fair Competition,” in effect forming each industry into a government-sponsored cartel in return for provisions to maximize employment. Working with the Wall Street law firm of Cravath, deGersdorf, Swaine & Wood, the Institute played the leading role in drawing up and administering the NIRA Code for the steel industry. Walter S. Tower was named executive secretary in September 1933 and assumed active management of the Institute through May 1952. After the NIRA was ruled unconstitutional, the Institute mobilized to press the industry's case during the conflicts with government and labor during the later New Deal, beginning much more aggressive public relations work. The Institute began active technical research in the late 1930s with the appointment of a General Technical Committee. Much of this work focused on standardization. The first of a series of “Steel Product Manuals” appeared in 1937, and a Committee on Building Codes was set up in 1938.

In the 1940s, the Institute began programs of cooperative research through its Committee on General Research. It also provided its members with up-to-date information on industrial relations, antitrust, health and safety. The Committee on Public Relations disseminated information about the industry through pamphlets, press releases and films, as well as its publications, Steel Facts (1934+) and Steelways (1945+).

By 1954, the Institute had 2,500 individual and ninety-eight corporate members. In recent years, the Institute has focused on trade and environmental issues. The restructuring of the industry after 1970 has somewhat diluted the Institute's impact, with separate organizations now representing minimills and other specialties. Still, the American Iron and Steel Institute remains the major industry trade association.

Albert T. Keller was the chief engineer for construction at the Bethlehem Steel Company in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. From 1931 to 1937, Keller's hobby was to take weekend and vacation trips, documenting and photographing the ruins of early American iron furnaces in Pennsylvania and the Eastern United States. He was sometimes accompanied by his wife, Martha Smith Keller, whose grandfather was an ironmaster in Chester County, Pennsylvania, at Rokeby Rolling Mill. In many cases there were not even ruins left when Keller attempted to locate the remains; some of the photographs only indicate where the buildings originally existed. In addition, Keller used his contacts throughout the iron and steel industry to gather original photographs and clippings of nineteenth and twentieth century blast furnaces from around the country and a few abroad. Eventually, his collection was purchased in June, 1948, by the American Iron and Steel Institute and became a part of their library holdings. The library added a few more items--some from Clement Starr Brinton, another documenter of early iron blast furnaces to the Keller collection.

Walter C. Woodman (1903-1979) was a consulting mechanical engineer who lived in Watertown, Massachusetts. He was very interested in the iron industry of New England and was instrumental in working with American Iron and Steel Institute to restore the Saugus Iron Works and having it designated a national historic mechanical engineering landmark in 1975.

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Scope and Content

This collection consists of photographs, audio, film, and video which document the history of the steel industry.

The Public Relations department photographs series was mostly compiled from companies who were members of the organization. The series has been divided into six subseries: Steel making and processes; Air and water pollution; Historical photographs; People, places and publicity; Color file; and the T.F. Healy collection of old illustrations.

The Steel making and processes subseries images cover the entire scope of the contemporary steel industry from basic raw materials through the multiple aspects of steelmaking. This includes crucible steel making and the four modern ways of making steel (the bessemer, open-hearth, electric furnaces and, lastly, the basic oxygen furnace process); the pouring of ingots; hot mechanical forming (blooming mills for rolled steel products); continuous strip mill for rolling sheets; bar mills for pipe and tubing. Also included are views of annealing furnaces, cluster mills, charcoal furnaces, control pulpits, cooling beds, foundries, ingots and molds, pickling, rail mills, research labs, rod mills, sheet mills, steam hammers, steel workers, strip mills, vacuum degassing, wire mills.

In addition to images documenting the technical aspects of steel production, there are photographs showing steel in use. These include a variety of industrial and consumer (bicycles, furniture, and appliances) applications, and even artwork. Some of these photographs depict the use of steel in other industries such as automobile manufacturing, construction and architecture (including buildings, bridges and subways), oil drilling, and shipbuilding.

The Air and water pollution subseries consists of images related to the steel industry and environmental issues. These include air and water pollution abatement, solid waste, and recycling.

The Historical photographs subseries is made up of images showing different aspects of the iron and steel industry in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. These images include furnaces, mills, coke ovens, transporters, steel works, and warehouses. There are also some photographs of steel workers and men related to the steel industry, including Sir Bessemer and Andrew Carnegie.

The People, places and publicity subseries includes illustrations from the publication Steel a Picture Story, flowcharts the steel making process, a presentation on iron and steel, ephemera, images of steel workers, firefighters and steelmaking. There is one photograph of John P. Roche, the President of the AISI with Walt Disney. There are also photos of people involved in war board committees and conferences. There are also a few engravings, postcards, and advertisements for various steel works.

The Color file subseries contains images of furnaces, ingots, steel, mills, steel workers, and facilities. These materials are grouped together by the unifying factor of being color photographs.

The T.F. Healy collection of old illustrations subseries contains original clippings in regards to ordnance manufacture (from the Illustrated London News, 1851) and a Republic Iron and Steel Co. advertisement (Harper's Weekly, 1912). Also included with the Healy material are reproductions of 35 Harper's Weekly Civil War newspapers (May 4, 1861 to January 4, 1862) which were produced as centennial souvenirs of the Civil War in 1961. Subjects found in this grouping include: Askam Ironworks, Bowesfield Iron, Landore Siemens Steel Co. and Rodman guns among many others. Thomas F. Healy agency of New York, was a pictorial research service. It is possible that in the early 1960s, the AISI hired the agency to clip and gather steel-related illustrations from ninteenth and some twentieth century British and American journals.

The Albert T. Keller photographs series consists of over 2,000 images taken by Albert T. Keller, an avocational historian of the iron industry, who was the Chief Engineer of Construction for the Bethlehem Steel Company in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. These photographs depict the sites or remains of early ironworks in the mid-Atlantic states and New England states, as well as Alabama, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hamphire, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin and a few foreign sites. The foreign countries represented are Canada, England and Wales. Keller photographed these places in the 1930s. Also included in this series are over fifty blast furnace complexes. Many of these were extant by the 1930s when the photographs were made and collected, but some are of active company sites. There is a particularly nice collection of Bethlehem Steel Company items showing the Sparrows Point plant. This series is arranged alphabetically.

Keller sometimes made notes on scraps of paper and recycled envelopes listing book citations used to research the dates of the furnaces. These tracings have been copied on to new envelopes when the collection was rehoused or maintained in their original format. The Hagley Library has some of the volumes that Keller referred to. One often cited is geologist Peter Lesley's 1859 work, The Iron Manufacturer's Guide to the Furnaces, Forges and Rolling Mills of the United States [Published Collections TN403 A5 L6]. Keller also cited Documents Relating to the Manufacture of Iron in Pennsylvania: Published on behalf of the Convention of Ironmasters, which met in Philadelphia, on the twentieth of December, 1849 [Published Collections TS300 I7 1849] and another eighteenth century book, A Concise History of the Iron Manufacture of the American Colonies up to the Revolution, and of Pennsylvania until the present time by John Pearse [Published Collections TN704U5 P3].

The Walter C. Woodman photographs and research notes series contains materials about iron furnaces. The series has been divided into two subseries: Iron furnaces and Saugus Iron Works. The Iron furnaces subseries consists of two volumes of notebooks compiled by Woodman which contain newspaper clippings, correspondence, field notes, programs and maps about the early iron industry and furnaces in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Virginia. There are three photograph albums containing Woodman's photographs of furnaces which correspond to his research notes. There is one report from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers which chronicles the organization's history and the history of iron Forges, furnaces and rolling Mills in New England. The publication was edited and partially written by Woodman. The work was published posthumously and is dedicated to Woodman.

The Saugus Iron Works subseries is made up of correspondence, articles, and booklets which document the nomination of the Saugus Iron Works site as a National Historic Mechanical Engineering Landmark, it's acceptance, and planning for the dedication. All of which Woodman played an instrumental role in.

The Audio series consists of recordings of plant noise from several different steel companies, obtained for a noise study. Also included are sound cassettes and filmstrips for two presentations created by the American Iron and Steel Institute and three sound cassette presentations that do not include their accompanying filmstrips.

The Film series contains nineteen 16mm films of informational material about the Iron and Steel Industry. Several are presented by the American Iron and Steel Institute. They boast the usefulness of steel in construction and show the processes of how it is made and used in various engineering projects.

There is one Betacam videotape in this collection entitled “VRAs: Issues and Answers."

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Arrangement

The collection is organized into six series; Public Relations department photographs, Albert T. Keller photographs, Walter C. Woodman photographs and research notes, Audio, Film, and one Video. Most series are arranged alphabetically.

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Separated Material

American Iron and Steel Institute. Public Relations Dept (Accession 1631), Manuscript and Archives Department, Hagley Museum and Library.

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Access Points

Alloys.
Blast furnaces.
Coal mines and mining.
Coke-ovens.
Forging.
Iron foundries.
Steel industry and trade.
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Series Descriptions and Inventory

I. Public Relations department photographs
A. Steel making and processes
Box Folder
1 1 Plant exteriors and Plant complexes [Includes Bethlehem Steel, Republic Steel, U.S. Steel plants, and Colorado Fuel & Oil Corporation.] ; 52 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 4 x 5 in. 6 negatives : b&w ; 120. 1 transparency : color ; 4 x 5 in.
1 2 Raw Materials; 1 item, pamphlet : 10 pages, 51 images.
1 3 Iron ore blasting; 6 negatives : b&w ; 120. 1 transparency : color ; 4 x 5 in.
1 4 Iron ore shaft or underground mining; 6 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120.
1 5 Iron ore open pit mining; 26 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120. 2 negatives ; 4x 5 in. 6 negatives ; 35mm.
1 6 Taconite jet piercing; 7 photographic prints : b&w. 1 negative : b&w ; 120.
1 7 Taconite concentrator and crusher [Includes pamphlet about mining and processing at the Reserve Mining Company] ; 7 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120.
1 8 Taconite concentrator plant crusher; 5 photographic prints : b&w. 3 negatives ; 120.
1 9 Taconite pelletizing; 33 photographic prints : b&w. 18 negatives ; 120.
1 10 Taconite pellets stockpiling; 6 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120.
1 11 Iron ore carriers; 49 photographic prints : b&w. 13 negatives : b&w ; 120. 4 negatives : color ; 4 x 5 in.
1 12 Iron ore rail cars; 16 photographic prints : b&w. 6 negatives : b&w ; 120. 1 negative : color ; 4 x 5 in.
1 13 Iron ore trucks; 25 photographic prints : b&w. 14 negatives : b&w ; 120.
1 14 Iron ore stockpiles; 13 photographic prints : b&w. 8 negatives : b&w ; 120.
1 15 Direct reduction plant [Iron ore to high iron pellets.] ; 5 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives ; 120.
1 16 Limestone quarrying; 7 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120. 1 4x5 color negative
1 17 Limestone transport; 9 photographic prints : b&w. 10 negatives : b&w ; 120.
1 18 Limestone processing; 5 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives ; 120.
1 19 Limestone stockpiling; 9 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives ; 120.
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2 1 Coal & coke mining exteriors including surface mines; 11 photographic prints : b&w. 1 negative : b&w ; 4 x 5 in. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120. 5 transparencies : color ; 4 x 5 in.
2 2 Coal & coke mining - underground mining interiors; 26 photographic prints : b&w. 12 negatives : b&w ; 120. 1 negative ; 4 x 5 in. 2 transparencies : color ; 4 x 5 in.
2 3 Coal & coke mining - miners; 15 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
2 4 Coal & coke mining rail transportation; 24 photographic prints : b&w. 10 negatives ; 120. 12 negatives ; 35mm. 2 transparencies : color ; 4 x 5 in.
2 5 Coal & coke preparation plants; 4 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120. 1 negative ; 4 x 5 in.
2 6 Coal & coke stockpiling; 3 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120.
2 7 Coal & coke pellets; 3 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
2 8 Coal & coke ovens; 35 photographic prints : 35. 10 negatives ; 120. 2 negatives ; 4 x 5 in. 1 transparency : color ; 4 x 5 in.
2 9 Coal & coke ovens [By-product plants and research.] ; 13 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120.
2 10 Coal & coke ovens [Pushing.] ; 8 photographic prints : b&w. 1 transparency : color ; 4 x 5 in.
2 11 Coal & coke ovens [Coke quenching] ; 6 photographic prints : b&w. 1 negative : b&w ; 120.
2 12 Sinter plants; 14 photographic prints : b&w. 8 negatives : b&w ; 120. 3 negatives ; 4 x 5 in. 1 article ; 5 pages.
2 13 Refractories (Brick); 7 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives ; 120.
2 14 Oxygen; 3 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives ; 120. 1 negative ; 4 x 5 in.
2 15 Scrap [Scrapped automobiles and scrap stockpiles.] ; 16 photographic prints : b&w 3 negatives ; 35mm.
2 16 Scrap [Charging.] ; 15 photographic prints : b&w. 8 negatives : b&w ; 120.
2 17 Scrap [Scrap preparation, car crushers, shears, magnets, skull crackers.] ; 21 photographic prints : b&w.
2 18 Scrap [Home scrap.] ; 4 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives ; 4 x 5 in.
2 19 Alloys; 3 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
2 20 Continuous casting; 14 photographic prints : b&w.
Box Folder
3 1 Blast furnaces [Exteriors (horizontal).] ; 44 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives ; 120. 1 negative : 8 x 10 in. 2 drawings.
3 2 Blast furnaces [Blowing engines.] ; 5 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives ; 120.
3 3 Blast furnaces [exteriors (vertical).] ; 35 photographic prints : 35. 2 negatives ; 120.
3 4 Blast furnaces [Casting and tapping.] ; 27 photographic prints : b&w. 6 negatives : b&w ; 120.
3 5 Blast furnaces [Pig casting molds.] ; 12 photographic prints : b&w. 8 negatives : b&w ; 120.
3 6 Blast furnaces [Metal pig cars/hot metal cars.] ; 7 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives ; 120.
3 7 Blast furnaces [Iron temperature testing.] ; 2 photographic prints : b&w.
3 8 Blast furnaces [Control panels.] ; 13 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
3 9 Blast furnaces [Diagrams and schematics.] ; 3 photographic prints : b&w.
3 10 Blast furnaces [Slag.] ; 9 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120.
3 11 Blast furnaces [Skip car.] ; 7 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
3 12 Blast furnaces [Stockpiling.] ; 16 photographic prints : b&w. 6 negatives : b&w ; 120.
3 13 Blast furnaces [Testing and treatment plants (pollution control).] ; 4 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
3 14 Blaster furnaces [Cast house furnace hearth details.] ; 2 photographic prints : b&w.
3 15 Basic oxygen furnaces [Exteriors.] ; 11 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120. 3 negatives ; 4 x 5 in.
3 16 Basic oxygen furnaces [Interiors.] ; 17 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120.
3 17 Basic oxygen furnaces [Charging.] ; 43 photographic prints : b&w. 14 negatives : b&w ; 120. 7 4x5 negatives.
3 18 Basic oxygen furnaces [In blow.] ; 12 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120.
3 19 Basic oxygen furnaces [Tapping.] ; 7 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives ; 120.
3 20 Basic oxygen furnaces [Water treatment and cooling.] ; 2 photographic prints : b&w.
3 21 Basic oxygen furnaces [Sampling and testing.] ; 4 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
Box Folder
4 1 Open hearth furnaces [Exteriors and interiors.] ; 10 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120.
4 2 Open hearth furnaces [Control panels.] ; 2 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
4 3 Open hearth furnaces [Charging.] ; 11 photographic prints : b&w. 8 negatives : b&w ; 120. 2 4x5 negatives.
4 4 Open hearth furnaces [Sampling.] ; 1 photographic print : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
4 5 Open hearth furnaces [Tapping hot metal.] ; 19 photographic prints : b&w. 10 negatives : b&w ; 120.
4 6 Electric furnace [Interiors.] ; 34 photographic prints : b&w. 10 negatives : b&w ; 120.
4 7 Electric furnaces [Charging scrap.] ; 15 photographic prints : b&w. 10 negatives : b&w ; 120.
4 8 Electric furnaces [Oxygen lancing.] ; 6 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120. 1 negative ; 4 x 5 in.
4 9 Electric furnaces [Sampling and testing.] ; 2 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
4 10 Electric furnaces [Tapping.] ; 14 photographic prints : b&w. 6 negatives : b&w ; 120.
4 11 Vacuum processing [Steam degassing.] ; 15 photographic prints : b&w. 8 negatives : b&w ; 120. 1 pamphlet.
4 12 Vacuum processing [Consumable electrode.] ; 12 photographic prints : b&w. 12 negatives : b&w ; 120.
4 13 Vacuum processing [Induction.] ; 17 photographic prints : b&w. 14 negatives : b&w ; 120. 1 pamphlet.
4 14 Vacuum processing [Ferroalloy.] ; 4 photographic prints : b&w.
4 15 Ingots [Molds and trains.] ; 16 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120.
4 16 Ingots [Soaking pits.] ; 8 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120.
4 17 Ingots [Stripping.] ; 9 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120. 3 negatives ; 4 x 5 in.
4 18 Ingots [Teeming.] ; 36 photographic prints : b&w. 12 negatives : b&w ; 120.
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16 16 Forges et Acieries du Nord et de l'est division de valenciennes, undated [Forge and Steel Mills, north and east division of Valenciennes.] ; 1 photographic reproduction : b&w ; 11 x 14 in.
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4 19 Forging; 39 photographic prints : b&w. 12 negatives : b&w ; 120.
4 20 Imported steel and foreign ore carriers; 36 photographic prints : b&w.
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5 1 Steel structures and objects; 19 photographic prints : b&w. 1 negative : 4 x 5 in.
5 2 Industrial steel products; 12 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
5 3 Steel products [Furniture and appliances.] ; 7 photographic prints : b&w.
5 4 Automotive industry steel products; 20 photographic prints : b&w.
5 5 Shipbuilding, ship repairs, and shipyards; 26 photographic prints : b&w. 1 transparency : color ; 4 x 5 in.
5 6 Identified buildings; 11 photographic prints : b&w. 1 negative : 4 x 5 in.
5 7 Unidentified buildings and building construction; 6 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
5 8 Stadiums; 17 photographic prints : b&w. 1 negative : 4 x 5 in.
5 9 Sears Tower building construction; 12 photographic prints : b&w. 6 negatives : b&w ; 120. 2 transparencies : color ; 4 x 5 in.
5 10 Steel building studs; 4 photographic prints : b&w. 1 item, pamphlet : 5 pages, 15 images.
5 11 Re-bar fabrication and installation; 19 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
5 12 Miscellaneous bridge fabrication (20th cent.); 40 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : 3 x 5 in. 4 negatives ; 4 x 5 in. 6 transparencies : color ; 4 x 5 in.
5 13 Washington, D.C. Metro; 49 photographic prints : b&w.
5 14 Patco commuter rail station [Lindenwold, New Jersey.] ; 9 photographic prints : b&w.
5 15 Santa Fe Railway; 13 photographic prints : b&w.
5 16 BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) Trains; 3 photographic prints : b&w.
5 17 Steel sculpture by Jose de Rivera at Museum of Modern Art (New York) [New York.] ; 2 photographic prints : b&w.
5 18 Kids on bicycles, roller skates, and swings; 15 photographic prints : b&w.
5 19 "Metallographic Study Showing the Microarchitecture Associated with Several Selected Steels and Iron" report, undated; 1 spiral-bound report : 16 pages. Containing 13 photographic prints : b&w ; 5 x 7 in.
Box Folder
6 1 Computers and control panels used in the steel making process; 39 photographic prints : b&w. 14 negatives : b&w ; 120.
6 2 Electronic microscopes; 17 photographic prints : b&w. 6 negatives : b&w ; 120.
6 3 Steel photomicrographs; 15 photographic prints : b&w. 6 negatives : b&w ; 120.
6 4 Steel research by academics; 7 photographic prints : b&w. 8 negatives : b&w ; 120.
6 5 R&D quality control; 27 photographic prints : b&w. 18 negatives : b&w ; 120.
6 6 Oil drill rigs and platforms; 68 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
6 7 Steel research laboratories and technical workers; 72 photographic prints : b&w. 1 photographic print : color. 36 negatives : b&w ; 120.
B. Air and water pollution
Box Folder
6 8 Reclamation; 2 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
6 9 Air pollution abatement [Blast furnace dust catchers and washers.] ; 4 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives ; 120.
6 10 Air pollution control systems [Air cleaning facility complex and BOF pollution.] ; 13 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives ; 4 x 5 in. 2 120 negatives
6 11 Air pollution abatement [Electrostatic percipitator.] ; 17 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
6 12 Air pollution abatement [Baghouse and wet scrubbers.] ; 13 photographic prints : b&w.
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7 1 Air pollution abatement [Electric furnace precipitator.] ; 4 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives ; 120.
7 2 Historic views of Pittsburghs air pollution; 9 photographic prints : b&w. 6 negatives : b&w ; 120.
7 3 Water pollution abatement [Flocculators and clarifiers.] ; 20 photographic prints : b&w. 1 negative : 4 x 5 in. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120.
7 4 Water pollution abatement/water treatment plants [Cooling towers, water, sampling, and scale pit.] ; 22 photographic prints : b&w. 2 contact sheets. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120. 59 negatives ; 35mm.
7 5 Water pollution abatement/water treatment plants [Spillways.] ; 6 photographic prints : b&w.
7 6 Solid waste and magnetic reclamation; 9 photographic prints : b&w. 1 item, pamphlet : 10 pages, 51 images.
7 7 Recyclable materials [Steel cans and scrap.] ; 10 photographic prints : b&w.
7 8 Hurricane Agnes in Pennsylvania; 18 photographic prints : b&w.
7 9 Pollution control systems [Descriptions and schematics, Bethlehem Steel.] ; 7 photographic prints : b&w. 2 flow diagrams.
C. Historical photographs
Box Folder
7 10 Aerial views of steel plants, 1918-1968; 22 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
7 11 Amour plate steel, 1900-1901; 3 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120. 1 article : 9 pages, illustrated.
7 12 Annealing furnaces, 1911-1960s; 17 photographic prints : b&w. 8 negatives : b&w ; 120.
7 13 Aston Process (A.M. Byers Co.) Wrought Iron, 1930; 6 photographic prints : b&w.
7 14 Bar mills, 1911-1977; 20 photographic prints : b&w. 7 negatives : b&w ; 120. 2 negatives ; 4 x 5 in.
7 15 Bessemer converters; 41 photographic prints : b&w. 7 negatives : b&w ; 120.
7 16 Bessemer, Sir Henry, 1905; 3 photographic prints : b&w and color.
7 17 Bethlehem Steel Company, 1877-1955; 21 photographic prints : b&w. 1 negative : b&w ; 120. 2 negatives ; 5 x 7 in.
7 18 Billets (mills), 1927; 8 photographic prints : b&w. 8 negatives : b&w ; 120.
Box Folder
8 1 Blast furnaces, 1833-1948 [Various companies and unidentified.] ; 43 photographic prints : b&w. 6 negatives : b&w ; 120. 3 negatives ; 5 x 7 in. 2 negatives ; 3 x 5 in.
8 2 Blast furnaces, 1870-1936 [Bethlehem Steel Company.] ; 27 photographic prints : b&w. 1 negative : b&w ; 120. 1 4x5 negative 2 negatives ; 3 x 5 in.
8 3 Blast furnaces, 1854-1934 [Bethlehem Steel Company, Cambria and Lackawanna plants.] ; 48 photographic prints : b&w. 7 negatives : b&w ; 120.
8 4 Historic blast furnaces; 10 photographic prints. 6 negatives : b&w ; 120. 3 negatives ; 5 x 7 in. 1 negative ; 8 x 10 in.
8 5 Blooming mills, 1919-1977; 11 photographic prints : b&w. 7 negatives : b&w ; 120.
8 6 Boards, 1917-1918 [War industry, war claims, and war trade.] ; 7 photographic prints : b&w.
8 7 Bolt and nut manufacturing, Bethlehem Steel, 1928 [Lebanon Plant.] ; 26 photographic prints : b&w. 6 negatives : b&w ; 120.
8 8 Bonderite tanks, undated; 2 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
8 9 Bridges and canals, 1883-1969; 36 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : 4 x 5 in.
8 10 Buildings, 1862-1936 [Historic offices, cupola, and mansions of Pennsylvania iron masters.] ; 16 photographic prints : b&w. 1 negative : 4 x 5 in.
8 11 Carnegie, Andrew, 1899-1914; 14 photographic prints : b&w. 7 negatives : b&w ; 120.
8 12 Casting & foundries, 1866-1935?; 15 photographic prints : b&w. 6 negatives : b&w ; 120.
8 13 Charcoal furnaces, 1873-1980; 6 photographic prints : b&w.
8 14 Cluster mills, 1926; 3 photographic prints : b&w.
8 15 Coal mines and coal storage areas, 1923-1947; 15 photographic prints : b&w. 7 negatives : b&w ; 120. 1 negative ; 4 x 5 in. 1 item, pamphlet : 19 pages.
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9 1 Coke ovens, 1867-1947; 15 photographic prints : b&w. 7 negatives : b&w ; 120.
9 2 Coke plants, 1947; 3 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
9 3 Coke pusher, undated; 4 photographic prints : b&w. 1 negative : b&w ; 120.
9 4 Cold rolling, undated; 2 photographic prints : b&w.
9 5 Committees and conferences, 1916-1920 [Price fixing, trade, industrial, labor, and annual meetings.] ; 8 photographic prints : b&w. 1 item : 2 pages.
9 6 Control pulpits, undated; 3 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
9 7 Cooling beds, 1912-1977; 2 photographic prints : b&w. 1 negative : 4 x 5 in.
9 8 Crucible steel processes, 1890-1950; 41 photographic prints : b&w. 23 negatives ; 8 x 10 in.
9 9 Electric furnace, 1894-1945; 27 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120.
9 10 Electric furnace [Oxygen lancing.] ; 1 photographic print : b&w. 1 negative ; 35mm.
9 11 Electric furnace [Induction furnaces.] ; 1 photographic print : b&w.
9 12 Forging, 1869-1920?; 10 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120. 1 negative ; 4 x 5 in.
9 13 Foundries and machine shops, 1854-1893; 5 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
9 14 Galvanizing and electro-galvanizing, 1916-1977?; 19 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
9 15 Holley, Alexander Lyman, 1880-1906; 2 photographic prints : b&w. 1 item : 15 pages.
9 16 Homestead, Pennsylvania, 1892-1970 [Steel plant and steel strike.] ; 4 photographic prints : b&w. 1 item : 25 pages.
9 17 Hot strip mill diagrams, undated; 9 photographic prints : b&w ; 8 x 10 in.
9 18 Ingots and molds, 1875-1945; 18 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120.
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10 1 Iron manufacture and bronze molding, 1734-1926; 5 photographic prints : b&w. 6 negatives : b&w ; 120. 5 illustrations : b&w.
10 2 Iron ore mines, 1806-1969; 17 photographic prints : b&w. 3 negatives ; 3 x 5 in. 4 illustrations : b&w.
10 3 Iron and steel industry personalities, 1891-1946; 24 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120.
10 4 Kaiser Steel Company, 1946 [Blast furnaces and coke plant construction.] ; 45 photographic prints : b&w.
10 5 Kelly converter, 1860-1870; 6 photographic prints : b&w. 1 negative : 8 x 10 in.
10 6 Laboratories, 1895-1927; 7 photographic prints : b&w. 1 item : 10 pages.
10 7 Limestone quarries, 1920-1942; 4 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
10 8 Open hearth charging, 1920; 19 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120.
10 9 Open hearth operations and construction, 1909; 30 photographic prints : b&w.
10 10 Pickling, 1920-1944; 23 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120.
10 11 Pig casting machine, undated; 1 photographic print : b&w.
10 12 Pipe mills and seamless pipe, 1923-1977?; 17 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120. 3 negatives ; 4 x 5 in.
10 13 Iron & steel works; 6 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
10 14 Gary Steel Works, visitor's souvenir book; 1 item : 30 pages.
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11 1 Steel plant exteriors, 1850-1934; 29 photographic prints : b&w. 13 negatives : b&w ; 120.
11 2 Plate mills, 1932-1977?; 17 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120. 1 negative ; 4 x 5 in. 1 transparency : color ; 4 x 5 in.
11 3 Puddle furnaces, 1880-1929; 12 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
11 4 Puddle furnaces, 1941 [Wroght Iron Co. of America.] ; 1 brochure.
11 5 Rail mills, 1921-1930; 15 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120. 1 negative ; 4 x 5 in.
11 6 Rolling mills, 1800-1977; 32 photographic prints : b&w. 1 photograpic print : color. 6 negatives ; 120. 8 negatives ; 3 x 5 in.
11 7-9 Saugus Iron Works National Historic Site, 1644-1954; 160 photographic prints : b&w. 14 negatives : b&w ; 120. 7 negatives ; 8 x 10 in. 1 item, booklet.
11 10 Scrap, 1922-1929; 12 photographic prints : b&w. 14 negatives : b&w ; 120.
11 11 Shape & structural mills, 1920-1977?; 6 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120. 2 negatives ; 4 x 5 in.
11 12 Shears & hot saws, 1914-192? [For rolling mills.] ; 8 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120. 1 negative ; 4 x 5 in.
11 13 Ingots & billets; 3 photographic prints : b&w.
11 14 Reheat furnaces; 2 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120. 1 negative ; 4 x 5 in.
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12 1 Sheet mills and sheet-steel, 1911-1977 [Scrafing or surface conditioning.] ; 21 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120. 2 negatives ; 4 x 5 in.
12 2 Shipping and storage of tin plate and finished steel, 1921-1977?; 13 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
12 3 Soaking pits, 1911-192?; 11 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
12 4 Steam hammers, 1872-1905; 12 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120. 1 negative ; 8 x 10 in.
12 5 Strip mills, 1918-1927; 15 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120.
12 6 Tin plate, 1917-1934; 18 photographic prints : b&w. 4 negatives : b&w ; 120.
12 7 Transporters, 1901-1935 [Ore Carriers.] ; 6 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120.
12 8 Transporters, 1888-19?? [Railroad and railways.] ; 26 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120. 2 negatives ; 4 x 5 in. 1 negative ; 5 x 7 in.
12 9 Transporters, 1919-1964 [Trucks.] ; 12 photographic prints : b&w. 8 negatives : b&w ; 120. 2 negatives ; 4 x 5 in.
12 10 Warehouses, 1928-1977; 10 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives ; 4 x 5 in.
12 11 Wire mills, 1910-1953; 63 photographic prints : b&w. 10 negatives : b&w ; 120. 1 negative ; 4 x 5 in.
D. People, places, and publicity
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13 1 Steel A Picture Story illustrations, 1979 [Published by AISI. Includes some images used in the publication and a copy of the publication.] ; 50 photographic prints : b&w. 3 photographic prints : color. 2 transparencies : color ; 35mm.
13 2 Flowcharts of steel making and diagrams of furnaces, undated; 36 transparencies : color ; 4 x 5 in. 2 negatives ; 4 x 5 in.
13 3 Iron and steel presentation, 1943; 42 photographic prints : b&w.
13 4 Ephemera [Envelopes from Inland Steel Co. with a 40 year anniversary logo and Herman H. Sticht & Co. of New York ; an advertisement for Cast-steel Works of Friedrich Krupp represented by Thomas Prosser & Son of New York, 1893; a receipt for a keg of nails from Edward P. Dickie of New York, 1852; and a brochure about the Dovel Inwall Cooling System for blast furnaces, circa 1929.] ; 5 items, envelopes, receipt, brochure.
13 5 City views [Cincinnati, Ohio; McKeesport, Pennsylvania; New York, New York, Pittsburgh, Pennslyvania; and Williamsport, Pennslyvania.] ; 13 photographic prints : b&w. 3 negatives ; 4 x 5 in.
13 6 Miscellaneous [Includes Walt Disney; antique nails; fire brick company, exterior; Oil City Boiler Works, interior; Florida Gold Co. canning grapefruit in steel cans; Gatun Locks, Panama Canal; reproduction of magazine (?) illustrations from unknown sources: The Old Way of Unloading an Ore-Vessel drawn by S. Davis and a two page spread of Birmingham from Coal Hill, A General View of Pittsburgh from Coal Hill, Casting Steel Ingots, a Steam-Hammer; unidentified aerial view of mine; gas electric self-propelled passenger car used for branch line service, N.Y., N.H. and Hartford R.R. Co.; engravings of Tasker Iron Works, Wm. Sellers & Co., and Pascal Iron Works Co.; reproduction of a 1897 image showing the development of the bicycle; stainless steel staircase designed by Kahn & Jacobs; postcards of Bucks County, Pa., the Horse Shoe Curve, Capitol Limited;" Owl Regatta, Chicago.] ; 51 photographic prints : b&w. 7 prints, postcards. 9 negatives : b&w ; 120. 1 negative ; 4 x 5 in. 3 engravings.
13 7 Steel workers; 14 photographic prints : b&w. 2 negatives : b&w ; 120. 4 transparencies : color.
13 8 Firefighters; 29 photographic prints : b&w.
13 9 Steelmaking; 1 item : 30 pages.
13 10 Equipment, machinery, and workers, 1950s [Includes: steel anchor for St. Louis' Gateway Arch, steel truck christmas gift, extruded seamless pipe, "Rita" the world's largest horizontal steel extrusion press, Paul Crider laboratory technician testing enameled steel panel, man welding Nelson studs to back of plate door, L Street station of Boston Edison Company steel frame, steel "Stairway To The Future" on exhibit, the "Steel Pipe in American Life" exhibit, and Repulbic's Bill Myers talks about Green Dot Galvanized Steel recording (cannot be played at this time).] ; 10 photographic prints : b&w ; 8 x 10 in. 1 photographic print : color ; 8 x 10 in. 1 soundsheet record : 33 1/3 rpm.
13 11 Iron Mountain Atomic Storage Vaults, circa 1950s [One exterior and four interior views.] ; 5 photographic prints : b&w ; 8 x 10 in.
13 12 Steel Centennial logos, 1957; 3 photographic prints : b&w ; 8 x 10 in.
13 13 Dominion Foundry and Steel library interiors, circa 1960s; 2 polaroids.
13 14 80-Inch Hot Strip Mill, Inland Steel Company, 1965 [Includes an information sheet.] ; 3 photographic prints : b&w ; 8 x 10 in. 1 item.
13 15 Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. exterior and interiors, 1965; 3 photographic prints : b&w ; 8 x 10 in. 1 item.
E. Color file
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14 1 Basic oxygen furnace (BOF); 6 photographic prints : color. 21 transparencies : color ; 4 x 5 in.
14 2 Blast furnaces; 12 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in. 5 transparencies : color ; 4 x 5 in.
14 3 Coal and coke; 5 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in.
14 4 Continuous Casting; 24 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in. 3 transparencies : color ; 4 x 5 in. 1 item, advertisement : 8 pages.
14 5 Control Pulpits; 4 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in. 1 negative : color ; 4 x 5 in. 4 transparencies : color ; 4 x 5 in.
14 6 Electric furnaces; 10 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in. 20 transparencies : color ; 4 x 5 in.
14 7 Forging; 6 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in. 1 negative : color ; 4 x 5 in. 4 transparencies : color ; 4 x 5 in.
14 8 Galvalume Line; 35 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in.
14 9 Imported steel; 6 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in.
14 10 Ingots; 4 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in.
14 11 Iron Ore; 1 photographic print : color ; 8 x 10 in. 58 contact prints : color ; 120. 1 transparency : color ; 4 x 5 in.
14 12 Limestone Plant; 4 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in.
14 13 Mills [Includes bar mills, plate mills, and strip mills.] ; 45 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in. 1 negative : color ; 4 x 5 in. 42 transparencies : color ; 4 x 5 in.
14 14 Open hearth furnaces; 4 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in. or smaller. 1 negative : color ; 4 x 5 in. 3 transparencies : color ; 4 x 5 in.
14 15 Pipe mills [Republic Steel Company.] ; 18 transparencies : color ; 4 x 5 in.
14 16 Plant complexes (Burns Harbor and Lackawanna Plants, Bethlehem Steel); 4 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in.
14 17 Pollution control equipment; 16 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in.
14 18 Research; 26 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in. 13 transparencies : color ; 4 x 5 in.
14 19 Scrap; 2 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in.
14 20 Steel industry employees; 9 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in.
14 21 Tension leveler line; 8 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in.
14 22 Vacuum Degassing; 5 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in. 1 photographic print : b&w ; 8 x 10 in. 4 transparencies : color ; 4 x 5 in.
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15 1 Various steel projects [Includes Sears Tower Construction; bridge fabrication (20th cent.); oil rig construction; Pennsylvania Station redevelopment; shipbuilding; and unidentified building construction.] ; 29 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in.
15 2 Water Clarification Plant dedication; 8 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in. 1 booklet : 26 pages.
15 3 Miscellaneous [Includes Alexander Calder sculpture.] ; 4 photographic prints : color ; 8 x 10 in. 71 contact sheets. 69 negatives : color ; 35mm. 4 transparencies : color ; 4 x 5 in. 11 transparencies : color ; 2 x 2 in.
F. T. F. Healy collection of old illustrations newspaper clippings
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16 1 The Virginias, 1882 [Furnances and iron plantation.] ; 1 newspaper clipping.
16 2 The Engineer, 1871, 1875 [10 Horse power semi-fixed engine;Howatsons Patent Heating and Puddling Furnaces;Bodmers Patent Puddling Apparatus (Danish); Open Hearth Furnace, Landore Siemens Steel Co.; Shearing Machine, Bowesfield Iron Works (Scotland); Locomotive Frame Slotting Machine (British); Erichsens and Maardts furnaces; Johnsons Machinery for Corrugating Iron (American?); Montreal Iron Mines, West Cumberland; and Hot blast furnace, Askam Ironworks.] ; 10 newspaper clippings.
16 3 Every Saturday, 1871 [Missouri Tin Company; Emperor of Brazil, Dom Pedro; Chicago buildings before the 1871 fire; Peter Cooper; Oceanic steamer, White Star Line; St. Louis, Missouri: Iron Mountain and Pilot Knob; Peter Cooper Testimonial; Brentanos Literary Emporium, New York City; Coals from New Castle (unloading ore-boat); Mackies Steam Type-Composing machine (text only); and Explanation of the Air-Loom.] ; 11 newspaper clippings.
16 4 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspapers and Leslie's Weekly, 1864-1880, 1901 [Iron mine, Missouri (1864); Out of Work unemployed steel worker (1873); Iron mills, Boonton, New Jersey start-up (1880); Iron manufacture by petroleum process, Titusville, Pa. (1880); United States Steel Corp. formation (J.P. Morgan & Co.) text only (1901); and Steel dry dock, Sparrows Point (1901).] ; 6 newspaper clippings.
16 5 Harper's Weekly, 1861-1912 [Winans Steam Gun (1861); Monitor and Merrimac (entire issue) (1862); Note on the Monitor system (test only) (1862); Reproduction of illustration: Making Guns for the New Monitors at Pittsburg drawn by Theodore R. Davis (1862); Reproduction of cover: showing Winooski and Algonquin (1866); East River Bridge, New York (1870); Composite Iron Works Co., New York, faade (1873); Rodman Gun, Fort Hamilton, New York Harbor (1874); Reproduction of illustration: The Manufacture of Iron-Carting Away the Scorlae drawn by Tavernier and Frenzeny (1874); James Nasmyth, (illustrations of Patricroft, his home and steam-hammer only) (1883); Reproduction of cover: Unidentified blast furnace (1885); Commerce on the Great Lakes (1889); Morris Iron Mine, Redding, Alabama (1890); Entrance grille built of bronze and iron at the Vanderbilt mansion, Marble Hall, in Newport, R.I. (1892); Hauling Heavy Loads (horse team pulling submarine cable) (1893); Original Coxeys Army cartoon (1894); New York: Manhattan and the Bronx (1897); Navies of the World (table) (1897); Mr. Andrees Balloon Voyage (1897); New York: Greenwich Village and Chelsea (1897); Overman Wheel Co. advertisement (1897); Skyline of New York (text only) (1897); New York Central Railroad (Empire State Express) advertisement (1897); Armor plate tests (Carnegie armor plate) (1898); Dr. Gatlings New Gun (1898); U.S. Arsenal, Watervliet, New York (1898); Andrew Carnegies Highland Castle (1901); Colorado Fuel and Iron Co. (text only) (1902); The Worlds Greatest Gun (1902); U.S. Steel Co. advertisement (1902); Skyscrapers (1912); Republic Iron & Steel Co. advertisement (1912).] ; 32 newspaper clippings.
16 6 Harper's Weekly, undated [American Ships: Atlanta, Dunderberg, Tennessee, Weehawken, Yazoo; American Steel Industry drawn by G. W. Peters; A Michigan Iron Mine drawn by Charles Graham; The Great Industry of Birmingham, Alabama; and Views about Pittsburg, Pennsylvania drawn by C. S. Reinhart.] ; 5 reproductions of illustrations.
16 7 Illustrated London News, 1851-1855 [Ordnance manufacture (1851); 1st cast iron house-building, New York City, corner of center and Duane Streets (1851); Bridgewater Bridge, between Hobart Town and Launceston (1851); Ordnance manufacture (gun barrels) (1854); Ammunition works at Northfleet (ball cartridge making and bullet casting) (1854); Casting a monster cylinder, at Scott Russell and Co.s Building Yard, Millwall (1854); and Chain cabling forging, Phoenix Works, Tividale, near Dudley (1855).] ; 7 newspaper clippings.
16 8 Miscellaneous clippings, 1855-1903 [Ballous Pictorial (1855): Lewiston, New York suspension bridge; Iron Works at Pembroke, Maine; Clipping from Illustrite Zeitung (1867): Ordnance by H. Gruson of Magdeburg; Reproductions and original issue of Scientific American (1897-1903); Reproduction of cover: 1. Pushing the skelp into the welding furnace 2. Welding flanges on a 22 in. pipe (1897); Reproduction of cover and article illustrations: Manufacture of steel tubing in the blast furnace plant. Cover image from National Tube Works, McKeesport, Pa. (1897); Reproduction of cover: Forging a Port Plate/Bending Armor Plate/Manufacture of Harveyized Armor at Bethlehem Steel Works for the Alabama (1900); Issue devoted to steel: The manufacturing of steel rails; manufacturing of gun steel and armor plate; statistics of our iron and steel production; manufacturing of bridge and building structural shapes; manufacture of steel pipe; steel wire and nail making; chain making (1903); Clipping from Scribners (1879): The Worlds Work (text only); Original clippings from unknown sources: The Barometer of Business: steel manufacturing, Pittsburgh (1900); Capitol and Labor Representatives Talk for Harmony (1901); and a Broadside: Mines and Works of the Oregon Iron and Steel Co., Oswego, Oregon (1888?).] ; 6 newspaper clippings. 3 reproductions of front covers. 1 issue. 1 broadside.
16 9-15 Harper's Weekly reissue, 1961 May 4-1962 January 4 [Civil War coverage.] ; 35 issues.
II. Albert T. Keller photographs
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17 1 A.M. Byers [Girard, Ohio. Furnace built: unknown.] ; 1 images.
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17 2 Adrian Furnace Co., 1932 [Dubois, Pennsylvania.] ; 3 images.
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17 3 Aineyville Blast Furnace [Aineyville, Pennsylvania. Lehigh County. Furnace built: prior to 1890.] ; 11 images.
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17 4 Alabama Consolidated Coal & Iron Co., 1906 [Birmingham, Alabama.] ; 1 images.
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17 5 Alan Wood Steel, 1932 [Swede Furnace. West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. Furnace built: unknown.]
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17 6 Alan Wood Steel Nail Mill, unknown [Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. Furnace built: unknown.]
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17 7 Albright Furnace, 1936 [Hagen. Albright, West Virginia.] ; 5 images.
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17 9 Algoma Steel Company [Sault Ste. Marie, Canada.] ; 7 images.
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17 10 Allaire Furnace [Howell Furnace; Monmouth Furnace. Allaire, New Hampshire. Monmouth County.]
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17 11 Alleghany Hot-Blast Charcoal Furnace [Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania. Blair County. Furnace built: 1811.] ; 6 images.
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17 12 Allentown Iron Company [Allentown, Pennsylvania. Lehigh County. Furnace built: 1846.] ; 3 images.
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17 13 Alliance Furnace [Jacobs Creek Furnace. Connellsville, Pennsylvania. Fayette County. Furnace built: 1789.] ; 2 images.
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17 14 Amanda Furnace, 1936 [Kentucky. Ashland County. Furnace built: unknown.]
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17 15 Amenia Charcoal Furnace, 1933 [Wassaic, New York. Dutchess County. Furnace built: 1825.] ; 2 images.
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17 16 American Rolling Mill Co., 1935 [Armco; Hamilton Furnace. Ashland, Kentucky.] ; 10 images.
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17 17 American Steel & Wire Co (Cleveland), 1905 [Central Furnace. Cleveland, Ohio. Furnace built: unknown.] ; 3 images.
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17 18 American Steel & Wire Co (Donora) [Donora, Pennsylvania. Furnace built: unknown.]
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17 19 American Steel & Wire Co (Worchester) [Worcestet, Massachusetts.]
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17 20 Andover Iron Works, 1931 [Waterloo Forge. Phillipsburg, New Jersey. Warren County. Furnace built: 1760.] ; 30 images.
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17 21 Argolite Furnace, 1936 [Argilite, Kentucky. Furnace built: unknown.]
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17 22 Astonville Hot-blast charcoal Furnace, 1934 [Ralston, Pennsylvania. Lycoming County. Furnace built: 1855.] ; 7 images.
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17 23 Atsion Forge (or Iron Works), 1935 [Atsion, New Jersey. Burlington County. Furnace built: 1767.] ; 5 images.
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17 24-29 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED
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17 30 Baker's Furnace [Cramer, Pennsylvania. Indiana County.] ; 2 images.
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17 31 Baldwin Furnace [New Florence, Pennsylvania. Westmoreland County. Furnace built: 1818.] ; 3 images.
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17 32 Bamber Forge [Ferrago Forge. Cedar Crest, New Jersey. Ocean County. Furnace built: 1810.]
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17 33 Barren Springs Charcoal Furnace [New River, Virginia. Wythe County. Furnace built: 1853.] ; 2 images.
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17 34 Bath Iron Works Furnace, 1933 [Goshen, Virginia. Furnace built: 1824.] ; 2 images.
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17 35 Batsto Furnace, 1935 [New Jersey. Burlington County. Furnace built: 1766.] ; 6 images.
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17 36 Bayard Furnace [Victoria Furnace. Clark's Valley, Pennsylvania. Dauphin County. Furnace built: 1830.]
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17 37 Beaver Furnace [Deer Point Creek, Pennsylvania. Clarion County. Furnace built: 1835.] ; 2 images.
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17 38 Bechtelsville Furnace, 1931 [Pottstown Iron Co. Bechtelsville, Pennsylvania. Berks County. Furnace built: 1875.] ; 2 images.
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17 39 Beckley Charcoal Hot-Blast Furnace, 1937 [East Canaan, Connecticut. Litchfield County. Furnace built: 1847.] ; 6 images.
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17 40 Beckley Iron Works (charcoal furnace) [Chatham Village, New York. Columbia County. Furnace built: 1873.] ; 1 images.
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17 41 Bedford Furnace (no picture, info only) [Orbisonia, Pennsylvania. Huntingdon County. Furnace built: 1878.]
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17 42 Bee Hive Coke Ovens, 1937 [Chocorua, New Hampshire. Tamworth County.] ; 3 images.
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17 43 Bee Hive Coke Ovens, 1937 [Tahawus, New York. Essex County.] ; 2 images.
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17 44 Bee Hive Coke Ovens, 1932 [Byrnedale, Pennsylvania. Elk County.]
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17 45 Beekman Charcoal Furnace, 1933 [Beekman, New York. Dutchess County.] ; 6 images.
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17 46 Bellefonte Iron Works [Nittany Furnace. Bellfonte, Pennsylvania. Centre County. Furnace built: 1795-1800.] ; 1 images.
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17 49 Bennington Furnace [Old Henrietta; Henrietta. Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania. Blair County. Furnace built: 1849.] ; 2 images.
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17 50 Bennington Furnaces [Bennington, Vermont. Furnace built: 1804.] ; 1 images.
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17 51 Berlin Iron Works (furnace) [Hartleton, Pennsylvania. Union County. Furnace built: 1826.] ; 2 images.
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17 52 Bethlehem Steel, 1917-1930 [Maryland Steel; Pennsylvania Steel; Sparrows Point. Baltimore, Maryland.]
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18 53 Bethlehem Steel [Saucon; Bethleham Plant. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.]
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18 54 Bethlehem Steel [Worth Bros Steel. Coatesville, Pennsylvania.]
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18 55 Bethlehem Steel, 1930 [Johnstown; Cambria; Midvale. Johnstown, Pennsylvania. Cambria County.]
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18 56 Bethlehem Steel [North Lebanon. North Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Lebanon County.]
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18 57 Bethlehem Steel [Eastern Steel Company. Pottsville, Pennsylvania.]
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18 58 Bethlehem Steel [Steelton; Pennsylvania Steel Co. Steelton, Pennsylvania. Lebanon County.]
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18 59 Big Pond Furnace, 1932 [Southampton Township, Pennsylvania. Cumberland County. Furnace built: 1836.] ; 4 images.
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18 60 Black Lick Furnace [Wheatfield, Pennsylvania. Indiana County.]
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18 61 Blast Furnace ? Lime Kiln?
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18 62 Bloom, 1934-1935 [Neal Furnace. Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. Columbia County. Furnace built: 1847.] ; 4 images.
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18 63 Bloomery Furnace [Bloomery, West Virginia. Hampshire County. Furnace built: 1844.] ; 1 images.
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18 64 Blue Ridge Charcoal Furnace, 1933 [Harper's Ferry, Virginia. Furnace built: 1849.] ; 3 images.
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18 65 Blue Ridge Furnace (no remains), 1933 [Brunswick, Maryland.] ; 1 images.
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18 66 Boiling Springs Furnace [Carlisle Furnace. Boiling Springs, Pennsylvania. Cumberland County. Furnace built: 1760.]
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18 67 Boonton Furnace, 1932 [Boonton, New Jersey. Morris County. Furnace built: 1770.] ; 5 images.
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18 68 Boyer Furnace [Liberty Furnace. National Forest, West Virginia. Shenandoah County. Furnace built: 1821?]
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18 69 Boyer's Furnace [Mine Run Furnace. Virginia. Shenandoah County. Furnace built: 1872.]
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18 70 Brady's Bend Furnaces - No. 1 [Bradys Bend, Pennsylvania. Armstrong County. Furnace built: 1840.] ; 14 images.
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18 71 Breakneck Furnace [Connellsville, Pennsylvania. Fayette County. Furnace built: 1826.] ; 1 images.
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18 72 Briggs Iron Furnace, 1937 [Lanesboro, Massachusetts. Berkshire County. Furnace built: 1847.] ; 2 images.
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18 73 Brown Hill Furnace, 1937 [Brown Hill, Virginia. Wythe County. Furnace built: 1810.] ; 2 images.
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18 74 Brownfield Hollow Furnace, 1936 [Morgantown, West Virginia.]
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18 75 Buchanan Furnace [Callensburg, Pennsylvania. Clarion County. Furnace built: 1842.] ; 4 images.
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18 76 Buena Vista Charcoal Furnace, 1937 [Huntsville, Connecticut. Litchfield County. Furnace built: 1844.] ; 4 images.
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18 77 Buena Vista Charcoal Furnace, 1933 [Buena Vista, Virginia. Rockbridge County. Furnace built: 1847.] ; 6 images.
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18 78 Buena Vista Furnace, 1933 [Armaugh, Pennsylvania. Indiana County. Furnace built: 1847.] ; 13 images.
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18 79 Bulls Falls Anthracite Water Furnace, 1937 [Bulls Bridge, Connecticut. Litchfield County. Furnace built: 1826.] ; 7 images.
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18 80 Burden Iron Works, 1932 [Hudson Valley Coke Corp. Troy, New York. Rensselaer County. Furnace built: 1813.] ; 16 images.
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18 81 By-Products Coke Corp., 1934 [South Chicago, Illinois.] ; 5 images.
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18 82-89 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED
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18 90 Calcining Kilns [Danby, Vermont.] ; 1 images.
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18 91 Caledonia Furnace, 1933 [Caledonia Park, Pennsylvania. Adams County. Furnace built: 1837.] ; 8 images.
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18 92 California Charcoal Furnace, 1933 [Alum Springs, Virginia. Rockridge County. Furnace built: 1850.] ; 2 images.
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18 93 Canada Iron Corp., Ltd, 1934 [Port Colborne & Midland. Ontario, Canada.] ; 4 images.
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18 94 Canoe Furnace, 1934-1935 [Soap Fat; Point View. Williamsburg, Pennsylvania. Blair County.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
18 95 Capon Charcoal Furnace [Wardensville, West Virginia. Furnace built: 1822.] ; 11 images.
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18 96 Carbon Iron Works (furnace), 1931 [Parryville, Pennsylvania. Carbon County. Furnace built: 1855.] ; 7 images.
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18 97 Carrick Furnace, 1933 [Metal Township, Pennsylvania. Franklin County. Furnace built: 1828.] ; 12 images.
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18 98 Carterville charcoal furnace, 1935 [Ralston, Pennsylvania. Lycoming County. Furnace built: 1854.] ; 6 images.
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18 99 Catawba Furnace, 1933 [Catawba Creek, Virginia. Botetourt County. Furnace built: 1807.] ; 7 images.
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19 100 Catoctin Furnace, 1933 [Catoctin, Maryland. Frederick County. Furnace built: 1774.] ; 16 images.
Box Folder
19 101 Cedar Run Furnace [Graham's Forge, Virginia. Wythe County. Furnace built: 1832.] ; 2 images.
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19 102 Central Iron & Steel Co., 1917 [Pennsylvaniaxton Blast Furnaces. South Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Furnace built: unknown.] ; 2 images.
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19 103 Central Steel Co, 1935 [Massillon, Ohio.]
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19 104 Centre Furnace [State College, Pennsylvania. Centre County. Furnace built: 1790.] ; 15 images.
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19 105 Chapensville Furnace, 1933 [Tatonic at Twin Lakes, Connecticut. Litchfield County. Furnace built: 1825.] ; 2 images.
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19 106 Charming Forge, 1934 [Tulpehocken, Pennsylvania. Berks County. Furnace built: 1747.] ; 9 images.
Box Folder
19 106A Chateaugay ore & Iron Co, 1932 [Standish, New York. Clinton County. Furnace built: 1886.] ; 9 images.
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19 107 Cheshire Iron Furnace, 1937 [Cheshire, Massachusetts. Berkshire County. Furnace built: 1848.] ; 5 images.
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19 108 Chester Furnace, 1934 [Orbisonia, Pennsylvania. Huntingdon County. Furnace built: 1837.] ; 5 images.
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19 109 Chester Tube Co, 1932 [Chester, Pennsylvania.]
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19 110 Chestnut Hill Furnaces [Chestnut Iron Ore Co. Columbia, Pennsylvania. Lancaster County. Furnace built: 1845.] ; 2 images.
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19 111 Chittenden Furnace Iron Ore Mine [Cochester, Vermont. Furnace built: 1800.] ; 6 images.
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19 112 Chulasky Furnace, 1932 [Chulasky, Pennsylvania. Northumberland County. Furnace built: 1846.] ; 2 images.
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19 113 Clarks Creek Charcoal Furnace, 1937 [Tennessee. Washington County.]
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19 114 Cleaveland Cliffs Iron Co. [Kipling, Michigan. Furnace built: 1895.] ; 1 images.
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19 115 Clifton Forge Furnace, 1933 [Clifton Forge P.O., Virginia. Allegheny County. Furnace built: 1824.] ; 8 images.
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19 116 Clinton Furnace [West Milford, New Jersey. Passaic County.]
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19 117 Clinton Furnace [Clarion Township, Pennsylvania. Venango County.]
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19 118 Clinton Furnace [Clinton Iron and Steel Co. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Alleghany County. Furnace built: 1845.] ; 2 images.
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19 119 CloverdaleCharcoal Furnace, 1933 [Virginia. Botetourt County. Furnace built: 1830.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
19 120 Codorous Furnace, 1931-1933 [Codorous Creek, Pennsylvania. York County. Furnace built: 1765.] ; 13 images.
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19 121 Colebrook Furnace [Pennsylvania Steel Co: Bethlehem Steel. Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Lebanon County. Furnace built: 1745?, 1791.]
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19 122 Colebrookedale Furnace, 1931 [Boyertown, Pennsylvania.]
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19 123 Coleraine Forges, 1931 [Spruce Creek, Pennsylvania. Huntingdon County. Furnace built: 1805.] ; 9 images.
Box Folder
19 124 Colonial Iron Co [Riddlesburg, Pennsylvania.]
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19 125 Colorado Fuel & Iron Co. [Pueblo, Colorado.] ; 2 images.
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19 126 Columbia Charcoal Furnace [Virginia. Shenandoah County. Furnace built: 1809.] ; 3 images.
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19 127 Conant Furnace, 1936 [Brandon, Vermont.] ; 4 images.
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19 128 Conemaugh Furnace [Seward, Pennsylvania. Cambria County. Furnace built: 1847.] ; 2 images.
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19 129 Conestoga Furnace, 1933 [Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Lancaster County. Furnace built: 1846.] ; 3 images.
Box Folder
19 130 Conowingo Furnace, 1933 [Buck, Pennsylvania. Lancaster County. Furnace built: 1809.] ; 4 images.
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19 131 Cool Spring Furnace [Uniontown, Pennsylvania. Fayette County. Furnace built: 1820.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
19 132 Coplay Furnace [Coplay, Pennsylvania. Lehigh County. Furnace built: 1853.] ; 9 images.
Box Folder
19 133 Cordelia Antrhracite Steam Furnace, 1933 [Columbia, Pennsylvania. Lancaster County. Furnace built: 1848.] ; 5 images.
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19 134 Cornwall Bridge Iron Co.'s Furnace, 1937 [Cornwall Bridge, Connecticut. Litchfield County. Furnace built: 1833.] ; 2 images.
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19 135 Cornwall Furnace, 1931 [Cornwall, Pennsylvania. Lebanon County. Furnace built: 1742.] ; 26 images.
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19 136 Corsica Furnace [Clarion Township, Pennsylvania. Clarion County. Furnace built: 1847.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
19 137 Cove Forge [Cove Forge, Pennsylvania. Blair County. Furnace built: 1810.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
19 138 Coventry Forge [Coventryville, Pennsylvania. Chester County. Furnace built: 1717.] ; 10 images.
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19 139 Cranberry Furnace [Cranberry Iron & Coal; Carnegie Furnace. Johnson City, TN.]
Box Folder
19 140 Cranberry Iron & Coal Co., 1935 [Cranberry, North Carolina. Avery County.] ; 5 images.
Box Folder
20 141 Crane Iron Works, 1931 [Lehigh Crane Iron Co. Castasauqua, Pennsylvania. Lehigh County. Furnace built: 1840.] ; 15 images.
Box Folder
20 142 Cumberland Furnace [Budd's Iron Works. Millville, New Jersey. Cumberland County. Furnace built: 1812.]
Box Folder
20 143 Cyclops Steel Works, Sheffield, England, 1853 [Sheffield.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
20 144-149 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED []
Box Folder
20 150 Dale Furnace and Forge, 1931 [England, Pennsylvania. Berks County. Furnace built: 1791.] ; 17 images.
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20 151 Dauphin Company [Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.] ; 9 images.
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20 152 Davis Charcoal Furnace, 1936 [West Virginia. Monongalia County. Furnace built: 1820.] ; 3 images.
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20 153 Delaware River Steel Co., 1932 [Chester Blast Furnace: Phoenix Steel Co. Chester, Pennsylvania.] ; 5 images.
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20 154 Delaware Rolling Mills, 1931 [Phillipsburg, New Jersey. Warren County. Furnace built: 1865.] ; 2 images.
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20 155 Delta Chemical & Iron Co., 1934 [Wells, Michigan.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
20 157 Dora Furnace, 1935 [Virginia Iron, Coke and Coal Co. Pulaski, Virginia. Furnace built: 1891.] ; 6 images.
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20 158 Dorset Furnace, 1937 [East Dorset, Vermont. Rutland County.] ; 6 images.
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20 159 Dover Charcoal Furnace, 1933 [South Dover, New York. Dutchess County. Furnace built: 1835.] ; 5 images.
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20 160 Dover Forge, 1935 [Dover Forge, New Jersey. Ocean County. Furnace built: 1809.] ; 4 images.
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20 161 Duncannon Iron Works, 1934 [Duncannon, Pennsylvania. Perry County. Furnace built: 1853.] ; 7 images.
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20 162 Durham Furnace, 1931 [Durham, Pennsylvania. Bucks County. Furnace built: 1848.] ; 10 images.
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20 163-169 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED
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20 170 Eagle Furnace, 1934 [Curtin Furnace. Curtin, Pennsylvania. Centre County. Furnace built: 1817.] ; 23 images.
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20 171 Eastern Steel Company, 1932 [Pottsville, Pennsylvania.] ; 17 images.
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20 172 Edgehill Iron Company Furnace, 1932 [Edgehill, Pennsylvania. Montgomery County.] ; 5 images.
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20 173 Edith Furnace [Allegheny City, Pennsylvania. Allegheny County. Furnace built: 1882.] ; 2 images.
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20 174 Eliza Furnace, 1932 [Ritter Furnace. Vintondale, Pennsylvania. Cambria County. Furnace built: 1846.] ; 19 images.
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20 175 Elizabeth Furnace, 1947 [Brickersville, Pennsylvania.]
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20 176 Embreeville Freehold Land, Iron & Ry Co., 1937 [Embreeville, Tennessee. Washington County.] ; 5 images.
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20 177 Emmaus Blast Furnace, 1931 [Emmaus, Pennsylvania.]
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20 178 Emporium Iron Company Furnace, 1932 [Emporium, Pennsylvania.] ; 3 images.
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20 179 Esther Furnace, 1932 [Catawissa, Pennsylvania. Columbia County. Furnace built: 1836.] ; 11 images.
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20 180 Etna Furnace, 1935-1950 [Tuckahoe, New Jersey. Atlantic County. Furnace built: 1816.] ; 9 images.
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20 181 Eureka Blast Furnace [Wyandotte, Michigan. Furnace built: 1853.] ; 3 images.
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20 182 Everett Iron Company (furnace) [Everett, Pennsylvania. Bedford County. Furnace built: 1883.] ; 14 images.
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20 183-189 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED []
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20 190 Fairfax Furnace ? [West Virginia. Hampshire County.]
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20 191 Fairview Furnace, 1936 [Victor Furnace. (near Haydentown, Pennsylvania.), West Virginia. Furnace built: 1810.] ; 4 images.
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20 192 Fallkill Iron Co [Poughkeepsie Iron Works. Pouchkeepsie, New York. Dutchess County. Furnace built: 1848.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
20 193 Fannie Furnace, 1933 [Wheeler Iron Co. West Middlesex, Pennsylvania. Mercer County. Furnace built: 1873.] ; 3 images.
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20 194 Federal Slitting Mill [Rokeby. Coatesville, Pennsylvania. Chester County. Furnace built: 1795.]
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20 195 Ferrago Forge or Furnace, 1935 [Bamber Forge. Cedar Crest, New Jersey. Ocean County. Furnace built: 1810.] ; 3 images.
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20 196 Ferrandsville Furnace [Ferrandsville, Pennsylvania. Clinton County. Furnace built: 1838.] ; 9 images.
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20 197 Forbes Iron Company's Charcoal Furnace, 1937 [East Canaan, Connecticut. Litchfield County. Furnace built: 1832.] ; 11 images.
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21 198 Fort Steam & Water Charcoal Furnace [Fort's Mouth Furnace: Elizabeth Furnace. Water Lick, Virginia. Warren County. Furnace built: 1836.] ; 4 images.
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21 199 Foster's Falls Furnace [Foster's Falls, Virginia. Wythe County. Furnace built: 1881.] ; 1 images.
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21 200 Fountain Furnace [Donegal Township, Pennsylvania. Westmoreland County. Furnace built: 1810.] ; 10 images.
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21 201 Fox River Iron Company [West De Pere, Wisconsin.] ; 2 images.
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21 202 Franconia Charcoal Furnace, 1937 [Franconia, New Hampshire. Grafton County. Furnace built: 1811.] ; 9 images.
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21 203 Franklin Furnace, 1933 [Hardystone, New Jersey. Sussex County. Furnace built: 1770.] ; 9 images.
Box Folder
21 204 Franklin Furnace [Wild Cat Furnace. Reimersburg, Pennsylvania. Clarion County. Furnace built: 1843.] ; 1 images.
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21 205 Freedom Charcoal Furnace, 1933 [Wanauque, New Jersey. Passaic County. Furnace built: 1838.] ; 4 images.
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21 206-209 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED []
Box Folder
21 210 Girard Iron Comnpany Furnace, 1906 [Girard, Ohio.] ; 1 images.
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21 211 Gladesville Charcoal Furnace, 1936 [Gladesville, West Virginia. Preston County. Furnace built: 1872.] ; 2 images.
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21 212 Glasgow Iron Works [Pottstown, Pennsylvania. Montgomery County.]
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21 213 Glen Furnace [Porterfield Furnace. Franklin, Pennsylvania. Venango County.] ; 14 images.
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21 214 Glendon Furnaces, 1931 [Easton, Pennsylvania. Northampton County. Furnace built: 1844.] ; 6 images.
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21 215 Glenwood Charcoal Furnace, 1933 [Balcony Falls, Virginia. Rockbridge County. Furnace built: 1849.] ; 4 images.
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21 216 Globe Iron Works Furnace, 1936 [Jackson, Ohio.] ; 8 images.
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21 217 Gloucester Furnace, 1935 [Landing Creek, New Jersey. Atlantic County. Furnace built: 1813.] ; 5 images.
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21 218 Graham's Forge Furnace [Bluefield, Virginia. Tazewell County. Furnace built: 1800.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
21 219 Great Lakes Steel, 1938 [Hanna Furnace: National Steel: Zug Island. Delray, MI.]
Box Folder
21 220 Green Mountain Iron Company Furnace [Forestdale, Vermont. Furnace built: 1854.] ; 10 images.
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21 221 Green Mountain Iron Company Furnace [Troy, Vermont. Orleans County.] ; 3 images.
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21 222 Greenwood Furnace, 1934 [Standing Stone Creek, Pennsylvania. Huntingdon County. Furnace built: 1833.] ; 15 images.
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21 223 Greenwood Hot-Blast Charcoal Furnace, 1932 [Arden Furnace. Greenwood, New York. Orange County. Furnace built: 1811.] ; 18 images.
Box Folder
21 224 Grey Eagle Furnace [Brown Hill, Virginia. Wythe County. Furnace built: 1863.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
21 225-229 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED []
Box Folder
21 230 Hackelbarney Mine & Ore Roasters [Hackelbarney Park, New Jersey. Morris County. Furnace built: 1763.] ; 4 images.
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21 231 Hackettstown Iron Company [Hackettstown, New Jersey. Warren County. Furnace built: 1874.] ; 7 images.
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21 232 Hamilton Coke & Iron Company [Armco. Hamilton, Ohio.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
21 233 Hampton Furnace [Sigmund Furnace. Sigmund, Pennsylvania. Lehigh County. Furnace built: 1809.] ; 6 images.
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21 234 Hampton Furnace and Forge, 1935 [Hampton Gate, New Jersey. Burlington County. Furnace built: 1795.] ; 5 images.
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21 235 Hanna Furnace Company, 1933 [Leetonia, Ohio.] ; 6 images.
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21 236 Hanna Furnace Company, 1934 [Buffalo, New York. Eire County.]
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21 237 Hannah Furnace, 1935 [Laurel Mountain: Laurel Hill. New Florence, Pennsylvania. Westmoreland County. Furnace built: 1810.] ; 7 images.
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21 238 Hanover Furnace, 1935 [New Jersey. Burlington County. Furnace built: 1791.] ; 5 images.
Box Folder
21 239 Hay Creek Forge, 1932 [Sand's Forge: New Pine Forge. Hay Creek, Pennsylvania. Berks County. Furnace built: 1744.] ; 2 images.
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21 240 Hayesville Furnace, 1935 [Tennessee. Green County.]
Box Folder
21 241 Hecla Furnace, 1934-1936 [McCoy Furnace; Lynn Furnace. Milesburgh, Pennsylvania. Centre County. Furnace built: 1820.] ; 21 images.
Box Folder
21 242 Henry Clay, 1932 [St. Charles. Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Lancaster County. Furnace built: 1845.]
Box Folder
21 243 Henry Clay Furnace [Reading, Pennsylvania. Berks County. Furnace built: 1844.] ; 3 images.
Box Folder
21 244 Henry Clay Furnace, 1936 [Pridevale, West Virginia. Monongalia County. Furnace built: 1840.] ; 8 images.
Box Folder
21 245 Hesbon Charcoal Furnace, 1935 [Newberry, Pennsylvania. Lycoming County. Furnace built: 1838.] ; 4 images.
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21 246 Hill View Furnace [Valley Furnace. Ligonier Valley, Pennsylvania. Westmoreland County. Furnace built: 1855.]
Box Folder
21 247 Hope Furnace, 1934 [Strodes Mills, Pennsylvania. Mifflin County. Furnace built: 1810.] ; 5 images.
Box Folder
21 248 Hopewell Furnace, 1951-1952 [Union Township, Pennsylvania. Berks County. Furnace built: 1759.] ; 19 images.
Box Folder
21 249 Howard Cold Blast Charcoal Furnace, 1934 [Howard, Pennsylvania. Centre County.]
Box Folder
21 250 Hudson Iron Works (steam furnace) [Hudson, New York. Columbia County. Furnace built: 1850.]
Box Folder
21 251 Huntingdon Charcoal Furnace, 1927-1947 [Spruce Creek, Pennsylvania. Huntingdon County. Furnace built: 1796.] ; 10 images.
Box Folder
21 252-259 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED []
Box Folder
22 260 Inland Steel Company, 1907-1926 [Indiana Harbor, Indiana.] ; 4 images.
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22 261 Iron Dale Furnace, 1937 [Wytheville, Virginia. Wythe County.] ; 2 images.
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22 262 Iron Foundry of Wm. Smith, 1936 [Luke, Maryland.]
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22 263 Iron Gate Furnace, 1933 [Iron Gate, North Clifton Forge, Virginia. Alleghany County. Furnace built: 1890.] ; 4 images.
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22 264 Irondale Furnace, Pennsylvania, 1934 [Bloomburg Iron Co. Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. Columbia County. Furnace built: 1844.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
22 265 Irondale Furnace,West Virginia, 1936 [Kingwood, West Virginia. Preston County. Furnace built: 1861.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
22 266 Isabella Furnace, 1919-1933 [Wyebrooke, Pennsylvania. Chester County. Furnace built: 1835.] ; 15 images.
Box Folder
22 267 Ivanhoe Furnace [Virginian Liew Furnace. IVirginianhoe, Virginia. Wythe County. Furnace built: 1881.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
22 268-269 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED []
Box Folder
22 270 Jackson Furnace, 1936 [Jenner Township, Pennsylvania. Somerset County. Furnace built: 1825.] ; 3 images.
Box Folder
22 271 Jackson Iron Co. Furnaces, 1934 [Fayette, Michigan. Furnace built: 1869.] ; 1 images.
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22 272 Jackson Iron Company Furnace, 1936 [Jackson, Ohio.] ; 1 images.
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22 273 Joanna Furnace, 1931 [Joanna Township, Pennsylvania. Berks County. Furnace built: 1792.] ; 44 images.
Box Folder
22 274 Joiceville Charcoal Furnace, 1937 [Sage Iron Co. Joiceville, Connecticut. Litchfield County. Furnace built: 1825.] ; 5 images.
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22 275 Jones & Laughlin [J & L. Aliquippa, Pennsylvania.]
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22 276 Junction Iron Co., 1930s? [Mingo Junction: Jefferson Iron Works. Wheeling, West Virginia. Jefferson County. Furnace built: 1871.]
Box Folder
22 277-279 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED []
Box Folder
22 280 Katahdin Iron Works, 1932-1966 [Katahdin, Maine. Furnace built: 1845.] ; 26 images.
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22 281 Katherine Furnace, 1934 [Boiling Springs, Pennsylvania. Cumberland County. Furnace built: 1881.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
22 282 Kent Hot-Blast Charcoal Furnace, 1933 [Kent Station, Connecticut. Litchfield County. Furnace built: 1825.] ; 8 images.
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22 283 King's Creek Furnace, 1927 [West Virginia. Hancock County. Furnace built: 1790.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
22 284 Kirkland Furnace [Kirkland, New York. Oneida County. Furnace built: 1873.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
22 285 Kittanning Furnace [Kittaning, Pennsylvania. Armstrong County. Furnace built: 1848.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
22 286-289 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED []
Box Folder
22 290 Laurel Iron Works Furnace, 1900 [Uneva, West Virginia. Furnace built: 1825] ; 2 images.
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22 291 Lebanon Valley Furnace [Meily Furnace. Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Lebanon County. Furnace built: 1867] ; 1 images.
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22 292 Leesport Furnace, 1931 [Leesport, Pennsylvania. Berks County. Furnace built: 1853] ; 9 images.
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22 293 Leetonia Behive Coke Ovens [Cherry Valley Furnace; Leetonia Furnaces. Leetonia, Ohio. Columbiana County.] ; 1 images.
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22 294 Lehigh Furnace, 1931 [Slatedale, Pennsylvania. Lehigh County.]
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22 295 Liberty Cold-blast Charcoal Furnace [Virginia. Shenandoah County. Furnace built: 1821.] ; 7 images.
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22 296 Lickdale Steel Co, 1936 [Lickdale, Pennsylvania. Lebanon County.]
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22 297 Lime Rock Furnace, 1933 [Lime Rock, Connecticut. Litchfield County. Furnace built: 1762] ; 5 images.
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22 298 Lists of pre 1900 Furnaces [New England.]
Box Folder
22 299 Llnydwed Iron Works (Wales), 1900 [Wales, United Kingdom.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
23 300 Lochiel Rolling Mill Co [Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Dauphin County.]
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23 301 Lonaconing Furnace, 1936 [Lonaconing, Maryland. Alleghany County. Furnace built: 1837.] ; 9 images.
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23 302 Low Moor Furnaces, 1933 [Low Moor, Virginia. Alleghany County. Furnace built: 1880] ; 10 images.
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23 303 Lucinda Furnace [Norristown, Pennsylvania. Montgomery County. Furnace built: 1856] ; 3 images.
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23 304 Lucy Salina Charcoal Furnace, 1933 [Longdale, Virginia. Alleghany County. Furnace built: 1827] ; 4 images.
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23 305-309 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED []
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23 310 Macedonia Warm-Blast Charcoal Furnace, 1933 [Kent, Connecticut. Litchfield County. Furnace built: 1826.] ; 3 images.
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23 311 Macungie Furnace, 1931 [Millerstown Iron Works. Macungie, Pennsylvania. Lehigh County. Furnace built: 1874.] ; 13 images.
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23 312 Madison Charcoal Furnace [Hocking Valley, Ohio. Jackson County. Furnace built: 1854.] ; 1 images.
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23 313 Maiden Creek Furnace, 1931 [Lenhartsville, Pennsylvania. Berks County. Furnace built: 1854.] ; 11 images.
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23 314 Manada Charcoal Furnace, 1934 [West Hanover Township, Pennsylvania. Dauphin County. Furnace built: 1837.] ; 7 images.
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23 315 Manchester Iron & Steel Co. [Edith Furnace. Allegheny City, Pennsylvania. Allegheny County. Furnace built: 1862.]
Box Folder
23 316 Mansfield Furnace [Mansfield, Pennsylvania. Tioga County. Furnace built: 1854.] ; 3 images.
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23 317 Maria Furnace (old mill at site), 1933 [Virginia. Furnace built: 1753.] ; 4 images.
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23 318 Marlboro Furnace [Zane Iron Works. Virginia. Frederick County. Furnace built: 1760.] ; 2 images.
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23 319 Martha Furnace, 1935 [Harrisville, New Jersey. Burlington County. Furnace built: 1793.] ; 4 images.
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23 320 Martha Furnace, 1934 [Pennsylvania. Centre County. Furnace built: 1832.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
23 321 Marting Iron & Steel Co. Furnaces, 1935 [Ironton, Ohio. Lawrence County. Furnace built: 1832.] ; 5 images.
Box Folder
23 322 Mary Ann Furnace, 1937 [Trexler Furnace. Long Swamp, Pennsylvania. Berks County. Furnace built: 1789.] ; 12 images.
Box Folder
23 323 Mauch Chunk Furnace, 1932 [Carbon Furnace. Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania. Carbon County. Furnace built: 1826.] ; 7 images.
Box Folder
23 323A Max Meadows Furnace [Max Meadows, Virginia. Wythe County.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
23 324 Mayville Iron Company [Mayville, Wisconsin. Furnace built: 1848.] ; 4 images.
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23 325 Meramec Iron Furnace
Box Folder
23 326 Merion Furnace [Elizabeth Furnace. West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. Montgomery County. Furnace built: 1847, 1872.] ; 3 images.
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23 327 Mill Creek Charcoal Furnace [Huntington, Pennsylvania. Huntington County. Furnace built: 1838.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
23 328 Millcreek Coke Furnace, 1899 [Johnstown, Pennsylvania. Cambria County. Furnace built: 1845.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
23 329 Milton Furnace, 1936 [Wellston, Ohio.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
23 330 Minnesota Steel Company [Duluth, Michigan.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
23 331 Monkton Iron Company Furnace, 1937 [Vergennes, Vermont. Addison County. Furnace built: 1832.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
23 332 Mont Alto Furnace, 1889-1933 [Mont Alto, Pennsylvania. Franklin County. Furnace built: 1807.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
23 333 Montgomery Furnace, 1932 [Port Kennedy, Pennsylvania. Montgomery County. Furnace built: 1854.] ; 5 images.
Box Folder
23 334 Morgantown views, 1936 [Morgantown, West Virginia.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
23 335 Morris Canal [Boonton, New Jersey. Morris County.] ; 6 images.
Box Folder
23 336 Moselem Furnace, 1931 [Nora, Pennsylvania. Berks County. Furnace built: 1823.] ; 11 images.
Box Folder
23 337 Mossy Creek Charcoal Furnace, 1933 [Mossy Creek, Virginia. Augusta County. Furnace built: 1760.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
23 338 Mount Etna Furnace, 1934 [Yellow Springs, Pennsylvania. Blair County. Furnace built: 1808.] ; 6 images.
Box Folder
23 339 Mount Holly Iron Works, 1935 [Mount Holly, New Jersey. Burlington County. Furnace built: 1730.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
23 340 Mount Hope Furnace, 1949 [Mount Hope, Pennsylvania. Lancaster County. Furnace built: 1785.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
23 341 Mount Hope Iron Ore Mines, 1932 [Mt. Hope, New Jersey. Morris County. Furnace built: 1772.] ; 4 images.
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23 343 Mount Pleasant Furnace [Corsica. Clarion Township, Pennsylvania. Clarion County. Furnace built: 1847.]
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23 344 Mount Riga Charcoal Cold Blast Furnace, 1937 [Salisbury, Connecticut. Furnace built: 1800.] ; 8 images.
Box Folder
23 345 Mount Savage Furnace, 1935-1936 [Cumberland, Maryland. Alleghany County. Furnace built: 1840.] ; 12 images.
Box Folder
23 346 Musconetcong Iron Works [Stanhope, New Jersey. Sussex County. Furnace built: 1864.] ; 5 images.
Box Folder
23 347 Mystic Iron Works, 1951 [Everett, Massachusetts. Furnace built: 1924.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
23 348-354 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED []
Box Folder
24 355 Nassawango Furnace, 1951 [Snow Hill, Maryland. Worcester County. Furnace built: 1830] ; 3 images.
Box Folder
24 356 National Iron Company Furnace [De Pere, Wisconsin. Alleghany County. Furnace built: 1869] ; 2 images.
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24 357 National Tube Company [McKeesport, Pennsylvania.] ; 6 images.
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24 358 New Jersey Zinc Company, 1931 [Pennsylvanialmerton, Pennsylvania.] ; 7 images.
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24 359 No Name [Bingen, Pennsylvania. Northampton County.]
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24 360 No Name [Jones & Laughlin? New Castle, Pennsylvania.]
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24 361 North Carolina Steel & Iron Company, 1933 [Greensboro, North Carolina.] ; 2 images.
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24 362 Northampton Iron Co, 1939 [Bethlehem Iron Co. Freemansburg, Pennsylvania.]
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24 363 Northern Iron Company furnace [Cedar Point Furnace.. Port Henry, New York. Essex County. Furnace built: 1872] ; 5 images.
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24 364-369 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED []
Box Folder
24 370 Ohio Iron & Steel Co. [Sharon Steel Hoop Co. Mary Furnace. Lowellville, Ohio. Mahoning County. Furnace built: 1845.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
24 371 Old Forge [Thendara, New York. Furnace built: 1817.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
24 372 Old Valley Furnace, 1936 [Douglas Furnace. Morgantown, West Virginia. Monongalia County. Furnace built: 1800.] ; 6 images.
Box Folder
24 373 Oley Furnace, 1931 [Pricetown, Pennsylvania. Berks County. Furnace built: 1765.] ; 3 images.
Box Folder
24 374 Orange Furnace, 1933 [Queensboro Furnace. Bear Mt. Park, New York. Rockland County. Furnace built: 1776.] ; 8 images.
Box Folder
24 375 Oregon Iron and Steel Company [Oswego, Ontario. Furnace built: 1887.] ; 3 images.
Box Folder
24 376 Oriskany Furnace [Reusens Furnace. Oriskany, Virginia. Furnace built: 1912.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
24 378 Otis Steel Co, 1932 [Cleveland, Ohio.]
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24 379 Oxford Furnace, 1934 [Oxford, New Jersey. Warren County. Furnace built: 1742.] ; 42 images.
Box Folder
24 380-384 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED []
Box Folder
24 385 Panther Gap Furnace, 1933 [Virginia. Rockbridge County. Furnace built: 1820.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
24 386 Paradise Furnace, 1934 [Great Trough Creek, Pennsylvania. Huntington County. Furnace built: 1829.] ; 3 images.
Box Folder
24 387 Parkersburg Iron Company, 1931 [Parkersburg, Pennsylvania. Chester County. Furnace built: 1873.] ; 1 images.
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24 388 Peekskill Blast Furnace [Peekskill, New York. Westchester County. Furnace built: 1853.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
24 389 Penn Charcoal Furnace, 1934 [Catawissa, Pennsylvania. Columbia County. Furnace built: 1845.] ; 3 images.
Box Folder
24 390 Pennsville Furnace, 1932 [Blue Mountains, Pennsylvania. Carbon County. Furnace built: 1837.] ; 9 images.
Box Folder
24 391 Pennsylvania Furnace, 1936 [Kentucky. Greenup County.]
Box Folder
24 392 Pennsylvania Furnace, 1934 [Rockspring, Pennsylvania. Huntingdon County. Furnace built: 1813.] ; 5 images.
Box Folder
24 393 Pickands & Mather [Republic Steel. Cleveland, Ohio.] ; 5 images.
Box Folder
24 394 Pine Forge, 1947 [Pennsylvania. Berks County.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
24 395 Pine Grove Furnace, 1883-1933 [Swatara Creek, Pennsylvania. Schuylkill County. Furnace built: 1764.] ; 11 images.
Box Folder
24 396 Pioneer Furnace (site of) [Pennsylvania. Schuykill County.]
Box Folder
24 397 Pittsburgh Steel Company, 1912-1935 [Carnegie Illinois Steel. Monessen, Pennsylvania.] ; 6 images.
Box Folder
24 398 Pittsfford Iron Co Furnace [Pittsford, Vermont. Rutland County.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
24 399 Pompton Charcoal Furnace, 1933 [Pompton, New Jersey. Passaic County. Furnace built: 1726.] ; 3 images.
Box Folder
24 400 Poole Forge, 1905 [Churchtown, Pennsylvania. Lancaster County. Furnace built: 1750.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
24 401 Port Henry Iron Wks. [Bay State iron Co. Port Henry, New York. Essex County. Furnace built: 1847.]
Box Folder
24 402 Potomac Charcoal Furnace [Point of Rocks, Virginia. Loudon County. Furnace built: 1839.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
24 404 Princess Furnace [Glen Wilton, Virginia. Botetourt County. Furnace built: 1877.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
24 405 Principio Furnace, 1948-1950 [Principio, Maryland. Cecil County. Furnace built: 1700.] ; 11 images.
Box Folder
24 405A Pulaski Furnace. [Pulaski, Virginia.]
Box Folder
24 406 Punxsutawney Iron Company [Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. Jefferson County. Furnace built: 1896.]
Box Folder
24 407-409 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED []
Box Folder
24 410 Quemahoning Dam [Pennsylvania. Somerset County.]
Box Folder
24 411-414 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED []
Box Folder
25 415 Radford Iron Company Furnace, 1935 [Radford Furnace, Virginia. Pulaski County. Furnace built: 1868.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
25 416 Ralston Furnace [Ralston, Pennsylvania. Lycoming County. Furnace built: 1854.] ; 8 images.
Box Folder
25 417 Raven Cliff Furnace [Wytheville, Virginia. Wythe County. Furnace built: 1810.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
25 418 Reading Iron Co Birdsboro Department, 1931 [Birdsboro, Pennsylvania.]
Box Folder
25 419 Reading Iron Company, 1938 [Keystone Furnace. Reading, Pennsylvania. Furnace built: 1854] ; 6 images.
Box Folder
25 420 Reading Iron Company., 1932 [Montour Rolling Mills. Danville, Pennsylvania.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
25 420B Reliance Coke & Furnace Co., 1930s? [Clair Furnace. Sharpsville, Pennsylvania.]
Box Folder
25 420A Repogle Steel, 1930s? [Wharton, New Jersey. Morris County.]
Box Folder
25 421 Republic Iron & Steel [Atlantic Furnace. New Castle, Pennsylvania. Lawrence County.]
Box Folder
25 422 Republic Steel Co, Various plants [Various locations.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
25 422A Republic Steel Co., Cleveland, Ohio, 1930s? [Corrigan Mckinney, Pickens Mather. Cleveland, Ohio.] ; 12 images.
Box Folder
25 422B Republic Steel Co., Massillon, Ohio, 1930s? [Massillon, Ohio.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
25 422C Republic Steel Co., Warren, Ohio, 1930s? [Warren, Ohio.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
25 422 Republic Steel Co., Youngstown, Ohio, 1930s? [Hazelton Furnaces. Youngstown, Ohio.] ; 3 images.
Box Folder
25 423 Republic Steel [Thomas Works. Birmingham, Alabama.]
Box Folder
25 424 Republic Steel Co., Erie, New York, 1934 [Donner Steel Works. Buffalo, New York. Eire County. Furnace built: 1906.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
25 426 Richmond Furnace, 1933 [Richmond Steel & Iron Works. Virginia. Henrico County. Furnace built: 1840.] ; 5 images.
Box Folder
25 427 Richmond Iron Works [West Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Berkshire County. Furnace built: 1829.] ; 9 images.
Box Folder
25 428 Riddlesburg Blast Furnace & Coke Ovens, 1934 [Kemble Iron & Coal Co. Riddlesburg, Pennsylvania. Bedford County. Furnace built: 1868.] ; 11 images.
Box Folder
25 429 Ringgold Furnace, 1932 [New Ringgold, Pennsylvania. Schuylkill County. Furnace built: 1873.] ; 7 images.
Box Folder
25 430 Ringwood Furnace, 1933 [Hewitt Furnace. Ringwood, New Jersey. Passaic County. Furnace built: 1739.] ; 23 images.
Box Folder
25 431 Roane Iron Company Furnaces, 1935 [Rockwood, Tennessee.] ; 6 images.
Box Folder
25 432 Roanoke Iron Company Furnace, 1933 [Roanoke, Virginia. Roanoke County. Furnace built: 1890.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
25 433 Roaring Run Furnace [Atlantic Furnace. Virginia. Botetourt County. Furnace built: 1840.] ; 5 images.
Box Folder
25 434 Roberts Iron Co [Charlotte Furnace. Charlotte, New York. Monroe County. Furnace built: 1868.]
Box Folder
25 435 Robesonia Furnace, 1932 [Reading Furnace. Robesonia, Pennsylvania. Berks County. Furnace built: 1795.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
25 436 Rockhill Furnace, 1934 [Obsonia, Black Log Gap, Pennsylvania. Huntingdon County. Furnace built: 1830.] ; 3 images.
Box Folder
25 437 Rogers-Brown Iron Co. [Susquehanna Furnaces. Buffalo, New York. Erie County. Furnace built: 1902.]
Box Folder
25 438 Rokeby Rolling Mill, 1931 [Federal Slitting Mill. Coatesville, Pennsylvania. Chester County. Furnace built: 1795.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
25 439 Ross Mountain Furnace, 1932-1937 [New Florence, Pennsylvania. Westmoreland County. Furnace built: 1814.] ; 8 images.
Box Folder
25 440-444 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED
Box Folder
25 445 Sally Ann Furnace, 1936 [Rockland Furnace: Hunter Furnace. Rockland Tsp: Draysville, Pennsylvania. Berks County. Furnace built: 1791.] ; 19 images.
Box Folder
25 446 Saucon Iron Company (furnaces) [Hellertown, Pennsylvania. Northampton County. Furnace built: 1868, 1870.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
25 447 Scovill's Charcoat Hot-Blast Furnace, 1937 [Huntsville, Connecticut. Litchfield County. Furnace built: 1844.] ; 3 images.
Box Folder
25 448 Shade Charcoal Furnace, 1935 [Shade Township, Pennsylvania. Somerset County. Furnace built: 1807.] ; 9 images.
Box Folder
25 449 Sharon Valley C&H-Blast Charcoal Furnace, 1933 [Sharon, Connecticut. Furnace built: 1825.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
25 450 Shenandoah Charcoal Furnace [Virginia. Page County. Furnace built: 1836.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
25 451 Shenango Furnace Company, 1909 [Sharpsville, Pennsylvania.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
25 452 Sheridan Furnace, 1932 [Lavino Furnace Co. Sheridan, Pennsylvania. Lebanon County. Furnace built: 1862.] ; 6 images.
Box Folder
25 453 Siscoe Anthracite Steam Furnace, 1937 [Westport, New York. Essex County. Furnace built: 1845.] ; 3 images.
Box Folder
25 454 Sloss-Sheffield Steel & Iron Co. [Birmingham. Birmingham, Alabama.]
Box Folder
25 455 Sloss-Sheffield Steel & Iron Co. [Gadsen. Gadsen, Alabama.]
Box Folder
25 456 Sloss-Sheffield Steel & Iron Co. [Sheffield: Hattie Ensley Furnace. Sheffield, AL.]
Box Folder
25 459 Southern States Coal, Iron & Land Co., 1935 [South Pittsburg, Tennessee.] ; 3 images.
Box Folder
25 460 Southfield Furnace, 1933 [Southfield, New York. Orange County. Furnace built: 1800.] ; 10 images.
Box Folder
25 461 Speedwell Furnace, 1935 [Speedwell, New Jersey. Burlington County. Furnace built: 1778.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
25 462 Speedwell Furnace [Virginia. Wythe County. Furnace built: 1873.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
25 463 Split Rock Boomery [Dixon's Forge. Beaver Lake, New Jersey. Morris County. Furnace built: 1790.] ; 25 images.
Box Folder
26 464 Spring Hill Furnace, 1936 [Morgantown, West Virginia. Furnace built: 1805.] ; 3 images.
Box Folder
26 465 Springfield Furnace [Royer, Pennsylvania. Blair County. Furnace built: 1814.] ; 14 images.
Box Folder
26 466 Springton Forge, 1919 [Downingtown (near), Pennsylvania.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
26 467 St. Clair Furnace, 1932 [St. Clair, Pennsylvania. Schuylkill County. Furnace built: 1845.] ; 6 images.
Box Folder
26 468 St. Louis Coke & Iron Corp., 1926 [Granite City, Illinois.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
26 469 Stafford Forge, 1935 [Westecunk: West Creek Furnace. West Creek (Westecunk), New Jersey. Ocean County. Furnace built: 1797.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
26 470 Stanhope Anthracite Furnace [Stanhope, New Jersey. Sussex County. Furnace built: 1840.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
26 471 Star Furnace, 1936 [Wellston, Ohio.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
26 472 Steel Company of Canada, 1934 [Hamilton, Canada.] ; 3 images.
Box Folder
26 473 Sterling Iron Works, 1933 [Sterling Furnace. Sterling, New Jersey. Bergen County. Furnace built: 1751.] ; 7 images.
Box Folder
26 474 Stewart Furnace Co., 1933 [Valley Furnace. Sharon, Pennsylvania. Mercer County. Furnace built: 1870.] ; 3 images.
Box Folder
26 475 Stockbridge Furnace, 1937 [Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Berkshire County. Furnace built: 1835.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
26 476 Struthers Furnace Company, 1909-1933 [Struthers, Ohio. Furnace built: 1869.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
26 477 Superior Steel Company [Canton, Ohio.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
26 478-479 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED []
Box Folder
26 480 Tahawus Furnace, 1937 [Tahawus, New York. Essex County.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
26 481 Tamworth Iron Works (no remains) [Chocoura, New Hampshire.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
26 482 Tannehill Furnaces [Republic Steel. Alamaba. Tuscaloosa County.]
Box Folder
26 483 Taunton Furnace and Forge [Medford, New Jersey. Burlington County.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
26 484 Temple Iron Co., 1935 [Temple Furnace. Reading, Pennsylvania. Berks County. Furnace built: 1855.] ; 10 images.
Box Folder
26 485 Tennessee Coal & Iron Co., 1935 [Ensley: Fairfield. Fairfield: Ensley, Alamaba.] ; 6 images.
Box Folder
26 486 Thomas Iron Works Alburtis, 1935 [Alburtis, Pennsylvania. Lehigh County. Furnace built: 1867.] ; 24 images.
Box Folder
26 487 Thomas Iron Works Hokendauqua, 1934 [Hokendauqua, Pennsylvania. Lehigh County.] ; 36 images.
Box Folder
26 488 Tilly Foster Mine (historic marker) [New York. Putnam County.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
26 489 Tinmouth Furnace, 1937 [Tinmouth, Vermont. Rutland County.] ; 5 images.
Box Folder
26 490 Toledo Furnace Company [Interlake Iron. Toledo, Ohio.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
26 491 Tonawnada Iron & Steel Co, 1934 [Niagara Furnace. North Tonawanda, New York. Niagara County.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
26 492 Topton Furnace, 1931 [Topton, Pennsylvania. Berks County.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
26 493 Trout Run Furnace [Crack Whip Furnace. Trout Run Valley, West Virginia. Hardy County.]
Box Folder
26 494 Trumbull Cliffs Furnace Co. [Warren, Ohio.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
26 495 Tyson Charcoal Furnace, 1937 [Tyson, Vermont. Windsor County.] ; 5 images.
Box Folder
26 496-499 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED []
Box Folder
26 500 Unidentified early furnaces [Various dates & types.]
Box Folder
26 501 Union Furnace, 1935 [Winfield, Pennsylvania. Union County.] ; 5 images.
Box Folder
26 502 Union Furnace Co. #1, #2 & #3 (A, B&C), 1937 [Buffalo, New York. Erie County.] ; 10 images.
Box Folder
26 503 United Alloy Steel Corp., 1933 [Canton, Ohio. Furnace built: 1855.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
26 504 United States Steel [Edgar Thomson Works; Carnegie Steel. Braddock, Pennsylvania. Alleghany County.]
Box Folder
26 505 United States Steel Gary [Gary Works; Illinois Steel Company. Gary, IN.]
Box Folder
27 506 United States Steel [Carrie Furnaces; Carnegie Steel. Homestead, Pennsylvania . Allegehany County.]
Box Folder
27 507 Joliet Works [Illinois Steel; US Steel.]
Box Folder
27 507 United States Steel [Joliet Works; Illinois Steel. Joliet, Illinois.]
Box Folder
27 508 United States Steel, 1934 [Bay View Works; Milwaukee Steel; Carnegie Steel; Illinois Steel. Milwaukee, WI.]
Box Folder
27 509 United States Steel [South Works; South Chicago: Carnegie Steel; Illinois Steel. South Chicago, IL.]
Box Folder
27 510 United States Steel [Ohioio works; Carnegie Steel Co. Youngstown, Ohio.]
Box Folder
27 511 United States Steel [Carnegie Steel Co (Various sites). Pennsylvania.]
Box Folder
27 512-514 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED
Box Folder
27 515 Valley Forge, 1932 [Mount Joy Forge. Pennsylvania. Chester County. Furnace built: 1757.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
27 516 Valley Furnace [Valley Charcoal Furnace: Fanny Furnace. Nestorville, West Virginia. Barbour County. Furnace built: 1845.]
Box Folder
27 517 Valley Furnace, 1935 [New Philladelphia, Pennsylvania. Schuykill County.]
Box Folder
27 518 Valley Mould & Iron Corp. [Sharpsville, Pennsylvania. Furnace built: 1860-1922.] ; 7 images.
Box Folder
27 519 Vandusenville Charcoal Hot-Blast Furn. [Great Barrington, Massachusetts. Berkshire County.] ; 8 images.
Box Folder
27 520 Vesta Furnace, 1935 [Musselman. Marietta, Pennsylvania. Lancaster County.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
27 521 Victoria Furnace, 1933-1935 [Goshen Bridge, Virginia. Rockbridge County.] ; 10 images.
Box Folder
27 522 Vinton Furnace & Coke Ovens, 1935 [Prattsville, Ohio.]
Box Folder
27 523 Virginia Furnace, 1935 [Reedsville, West Virginia. Preston County.]
Box Folder
27 524 Virginia Iron, Coal and Coke Co., 1935 [Watts Furnace. Middlesboro, Kentucky. Furnace built: 1874.] ; 5 images.
Box Folder
27 525-529 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED
Box Folder
27 530 Walton Furnace, 1933 [Max Meadows, Virginia.]
Box Folder
27 531 Wampum [Pennsylvania.]
Box Folder
27 532 Warren Furnace, 1931 [Hackettsown Furnace: Hackettsown Iron Co. Hackettstown, New Jersey. Warren County.] ; 12 images.
Box Folder
27 533 Warwick Charcoal Furnace, 1932 [Warwick Furnace. Wharwick, Pennsylvania. Chester County.] ; 11 images.
Box Folder
27 534 Warwick Iron & Steel [Pottstown, Pennsylvania. Chester County.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
27 535 Washington Charcoal Furnace [Ligonier , Pennsylvania. Westmoreland County.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
27 536 Wassaic Furnace, 1933 [Wassaic, New York. Dutchess County.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
27 537 Wawayanda Furnace, 1933-1952 [Waywayanda Lake, New Jersey.] ; 11 images.
Box Folder
27 538 Weeds Hot & Cold-Blast Char. Furnace [Cornwall, Connecticut. Litchfield County.]
Box Folder
27 539 Weimers Machine Works [Blowing Engine. Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Lebanon County.]
Box Folder
27 540 Weirton Steel Company [Weirton, West Virginia. Hancock County.]
Box Folder
27 541 Wellston Furnace, 1936 [Wellston, Ohio.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
27 542 Westmoreland Furnace [Ligonier Valley, Pennsylvania. Westmoreland County.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
27 543 Weymouth Blast Furnace, 1935 [Hamilton Township, New Jersey. Atlantic County.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
27 544 Wharton Furnace [Uniontown, Pennsylvania. Fayette County.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
27 546 Wheatland Furnace [Wheatland, Pennsylvania. Mercer County.]
Box Folder
27 547 Martins Ferry Furnace [Wheeling Steel.]
Box Folder
27 547 Wheeling Steel Corp. [Martin's Ferry. Martin's Ferry, Ohio.]
Box Folder
27 548 Portsmouth Furnace [Wheeling Steel.]
Box Folder
27 548 Wheeling Steel Corp., 1936 [Porstmouth Furnace. Portsmouth, Ohio.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
27 549 Belmont Furnace [Wheeling Steel.]
Box Folder
27 549 Wheeling Steel Corp., 1934 [Belmont Furnace. Wheeling, West Virginia.] ; 4 images.
Box Folder
27 550 Wheeling Steel Corp. [Top Furnace. Wheeling, West Virginia. Ohio County.] ; 3 images.
Box Folder
27 551 Riverside Furnace [Wheeling Steel.]
Box Folder
27 551 Wheeling Steel Corp., 1934 [Riverside Furnace. Wheeling, West Virginia.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
27 552 White Rock Furnace [Panic Furnace. Rural Retreatment Stn., Virginia. Smyth County.] ; 1 images.
Box Folder
27 553 White's Dover Hot-Blast Charcoal Furn., 1933 [Dover Plains, New York. Dutchess County.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
27 554 Wickwire Spencer Steel Co., 1934 [Buffalo, New York. Erie County.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
27 555 Windsor Furnace, 1931 [Hamburg, Pennsylvania. Lancaster County.] ; 5 images.
Box Folder
27 555A Wisconsin Iron Company [Neda, Wisconsin. Dodge County.] ; 2 images.
Box Folder
27 556 Wisconsin Steel Company [International Harvester. South Chicago, Illinois.]
Box Folder
27 557 Woodgrove hot-blast Charcoal Furnace, 1936 [Pridevale, West Virginia. Monongalia County.]
Box Folder
27 558-559 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED
Box Folder
27 560 Youngstown Sheet & Tube [YS&T Joliet. Joliet, Illinois.]
Box Folder
27 561 Youngstown Sheet & Tube [YS&T South Chicago or Indiana Harbor. South Chicago, IL.]
Box Folder
27 563 Youngstown Sheet & Tube, 1909-1933 [YS&T Youngstown area. Youngstown, Ohio.]
Box Folder
27 564-569 FOLDER NUMBERS NOT USED
Box Folder
27 570 Zaleski Furnace, 1936 [Zaleski, Ohio.]
III. Walter C. Woodman photographs and research notes
A. Iron furnaces
Box Folder
30 1-2 Notes on Iron Furnaces volume I, 1942-1947 [Tab dividers are labeled: Adirondack, New York region; Braintree, Massachusetts (West Quincy); Carver, Massachusetts (Federal Charlotte); Connecticut Survey; Field Sketches (maps); Katahdin; Kent and Macadonia, Connecticut; Lectures (meetings, talks); J.P. Lesley - Iron Manufacturer's Guide; Iron Manufacture (Swank); Maltby, Millerton, New York; Marshfield, Massachusettes; Maryland (Principio); Middleboro, Massachusetts; Minerals, mining; Miscellaneous; New Hampshire; New Jersey (Batsto, Allaire); North Adams (Chesire); Ohio; Orange County, New York (Greenwood, Southfields, Sterling, Cold Spring); Pennsylvania (Durham, Cornwall); Pembroke, Massachusetts; and Plympton, Massachusetts.] ; Looseleaf binder containing newspaper clippings, research notes, articles, maps, correspondence, bulletins and programs. Materials have been removed from binder for preservation.
30 3-4 Notes on Iron Furnaces volume 2, 1948-1974 [Dividers are labeled: Ringwood; Richmond, Massachusetts; Salisbury, Connecticut region; Saugus; Stockbridge, Massachusetts; Summaries; Taunton, Massachusetts; Vermont; Virginia; Wareham; West Stockbridge; and Wyanokie, New York (Freedom).] ; Looseleaf binder containing newspaper clippings, research notes, articles, maps, correspondence, bulletins and programs. Materials have been removed from binder for preservation.
30 5 American Society of Mechanical Engineers: A Record of Our Beginnings, 1980 March [Published by the Boston Section, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Part I: Historical Engineering Record: Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Part II: Early Iron Forges, Furnaces and Rolling Mills in New England.] ; 1 report; 109 pages.
Box
31 Iron Furnaces photograph album volume I, circa 1930s-1956, 1975 [Inscribed on first page: "Early American Iron Forges, Furnaces and Mines. Volume I" by W.C. Woodman. Places include: Orange County, New York State; Northern New Jersey; Salisbury, Connecticut region; and Eastern New England. Most photographs are captioned.] ; 149 photographic prints : b&w ; various sizes.
Box
32 Iron Furnaces photograph album volume II, circa 1940s-1950s [Inscribed on first page: "Early American Iron Forges, Furnaces and Mines. Volume II." Places include: Connecticut; New York; Massachusetts; and Vermont. Most photographs are captioned.] ; 48 photographic prints : b&w ; 5 x 7 in. or smaller.
32 Iron Furnaces photograph album volume III, circa 1940s-circa 1950s [Inscribed on first page: "Early American Iron Forges, Furnaces and Mines. Volume III." Places include: Hopewell Furnace, Pennsylvania; Massachusetts; and one image of Kent, Connecticut. Most photographs are captioned.] ; 31 photographic prints : b&w ; 5 x 7 in. or smaller.
B. Saugus Iron Works
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30 6 The Story of Falls Village, The Great Falls and the Iron Country 1720 to 1972, 1972 December [Written by Edward D. Fales, Jr. Past President, Falls Village-Canaan Historical Society.] ; 1 report; 41 pages.
30 7 Maps, 1923, 1950, 1959 [Wilmington, Massachusetts; State Line, New York - Massachusetts; Litchfield, Connecticut - New York; and Stockbridge Quadrangle Massachusetts - Berkshire County.] ; 4 folded maps.
30 8 American Society of Mechanical Engineering Annual Meeting brochure and Hopewell Village booklet, 1961, 1975; 2 items.
30 9 Nomination for designation of Mechanical Engineering Landmark paperwork and correspondence, 1974; 6 items.
30 10 Saugus Iron Works National Historic Mechanical Engineering Landmark acceptance letter, 1975 April; 2 items.
30 11 Historical Landmark dedication ceremony program drafts and final, 1975 June; 9 items.
30 12 Saugus Iron Works 1647: The First Successful Iron Works in America, 1975 June 15 [Written by Walter C. Woodman, published by the National Park Service and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Includes handwritten draft.] ; 1 report : 13 pages.
30 13 Saugus brochure and articles, 1975, undated; 3 items.
30 14 Saugus Iron Works dedication ceremony correspondence and planning lists, 1975; 30 items.
30 15 "The Iron Manufacturer's Guide" article, undated; 1 item : 18 pages.
IV. Audio
Box
29 American Grows with Iron and Steel, undated [Presented by American Iron and Steel Institute. See accompanying filmstrip for complete presentation.] ; 2 sound cassettes : analog.
Box
29 American Grows with Iron and Steel, undated [See accompanying sound cassettes for complete presentation.] ; 1 filmstrip : color ; 35mm.
Box
29 From Supernovas to scientists to you, undated [Presented by American Iron and Steel Institute.] ; 1 sound cassette : analog.
Box
29 Making Steel with Money, 1975 [By American Iron and Steel Institute.] ; 2 sound cassettes : analog.
Box
28 Tape #1, 1974 November 6 [Noise Study-Inplant Noise] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
28 Tape #10 J & L, undated [Noise Study.] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
28 Tape #11 J & L Steel, undated [Noise Study- Plant Noise] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
28 Tape #12 U.S. Steel/J & L, undated [Noise Study.] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
28 Tape #13 U.S. Steel, undated [Noise Study.] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
28 Tape #14 U.S. Steel, undated [Noise Study.] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
28 Tape #15 U.S. Steel, undated [Noise Study.] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
28 Tape #16 U.S. Steel/Inland Steel, undated [Noise Study.] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
28 Tape #17 Inland Steel, undated [Noise Study.] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
28 Tape #18 Inland Steel, undated [Noise Study.] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
28 Tape #19, undated [Noise Study.] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
28 Tape #2 Republic Steel, undated [Noise Study-Inplant Noise] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
28 Tape #20, undated [Noise Study.] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
28 Tape #21 Inland Steel, undated [Noise Study.] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
28 Tape #22 Inland Steel, undated [Noise Study.] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
28 Tape #3 Republic Steel, undated [Noise Study-Inplant Noise] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
28 Tape #4 Republic Steel, 1974 November 21 [Noise Study-Inplant Noise] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
28 Tape #5 Republic Steel, undated [Noise Study.] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
28 Tape #6 Republic Steel, undated [Noise Study.] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
28 Tape #7 Republic Steel, undated [Noise Study.] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
28 Tape #8 Republic Steel, undated [Noise Study.] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
28 Tape #9 Republic Steel/J & L, undated [Noise Study.] ; 1 sound tape reel.
Box
29 The Cradle of an American Industry, undated [Presented by American Iron and Steel Institute. See accompanying filmstrip for complete presentation.] ; 2 sound cassettes : analog.
Box
29 The Cradle of an American Industry, undated [2nd Edition. See accompanying sound cassettes for complete presentation.] ; 1 filmstrip : color ; 35mm.
Box
29 The World of Work, undated [Presented by American Iron and Steel Institute. Accompanying filmstrip not included.] ; 2 sound cassettes : analog.
V. Film
Film
Can 1 Bridges: Memories, visions, dreams, undated; 1 reel (400 ft.) : 16mm.
Film
Can 2 Cargoes on the Move, undated; 1 reel (300 ft.) : 16mm.
Film
Can 3, 7 Energy Seekers, 1980; 1 reel (400 ft.) : sd., col. ; 16mm. TRT 00:12:00 (2 copies).
Film
Can 8 Fire & Steel, undated; 1 reel (500 ft.) : sd., col. ; 16mm.
Film
Can 4 Harvest, undated; 1 reel (200 ft.) : 16mm.
Film
Can 15 Men Who Make Steel, undated [Republic Steel Corp. End missing, possibly beginning too.] ; 1 reel (700 ft.) : sd., col. ; 16mm. TRT 00:20:00.
Film
Can 9 Modern steel for today's highways, circa 1965; 1 reel (400 ft.) : 16mm.
Box
28 Modern steel for today's highways, circa 1965; 1 videocassette (Betacam SP) : col. TRT 00:12:00.
Box
28 Modern steel for today's highways, circa 1965; 1 videodisc (DVD) : col. TRT 00:12:00.
Film
Can 16 Pre-Engineered Steel, undated [Features the many benefits of pre-engineered steel buildingsspeed of construction, attractiveness, and economy.] ; 1 reel (600 ft.) : sd., col. ; 16mm. TRT 00:23:43.
Film
Can 10 Rainbow of Strength, undated [Presented by Committee of Hot Rolled and Cold Rolled Sheet and Strip Producers, Committee of Galvanized Sheet Producers, American Iron and Steel Institute.] ; 1 reel (500 ft.) : sd., col. ; 16mm.
Film
Can 11 Room for Change, undated; 1 reel (500 ft.) : 16mm.
Film
Can 5 Safeguarding our Highways, undated; 1 reel (300 ft.) : 16mm.
Film
Can 17 Steel and America, 1965 [Film #15.] ; 1 reel (800 ft.) : 16mm. There is a low quality digital access copy available [ ID: FILM_1986268_FC17 ].
Film
Can 18 Steel and America: A New Look, circa 1974 [Film #16.] ; 1 reel (800 ft.) : 16mm.
Film
Can 19 Steel Frontiers #1, undated; 1 reel (800 ft.) : sd., col. ; 16mm. TRT 00:30:00.
Film
Can 12 Steel lives here, undated; 1 reel (400 ft.) : 16mm.
Film
Can 6, 13 Steel: The Metal Giant, circa 1981 [Explains process of how steel is made. Includes animation of how blast furnace works. Presented by American Iron & Steel Institute.] ; 1 reel (400 ft.) : sd., col. ; 16mm. TRT 00:12:00 (2 copies).
Film
Can 14 Work in Progress: Steel and the environment, undated; 1 reel (400 ft.) : 16mm.
VI. Video
Box
28 VRAs: Issues & Answers, 1989 March 23 [CBS News correspondent Ike Pappas introduces a panel of three Steel Executives to discuss Voluntary Restraint Arrangements (VRAs). Panel includes Curtis H. Barnette (Senior Vice President, Bethlehem Steel Corporation), Peter Mulloney (Vice President, USX Corporation) and Kempton Jenkins (Corporate Vice President, ARMCO). They explain how VRA's stopped the industry's domestic collapse and why they are helping to create a comback for the Steel Industry.] ; 1 videocassette (VHS). TRT 00:09:24.