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American Iron and Steel Institute (AI&SI) Records

Accession 1631

Manuscripts and Archives Department, Hagley Museum and Library


PO Box 3630
Wilmington, Delaware, 19807
302-658-2400
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Descriptive Summary

Title: American Iron and Steel Institute (AI&SI) Records
Dates: 1872-1985, bulk 1908-1975
Accession Number: 1631
Creator: American Iron and Steel Institute.
Extent: 232 linear feet
Language of Material: English
Repository: Hagley Museum and Library: Manuscripts and Archives Department
Abstract: The records of the American Iron and Steel Institute and its predecessors provide an overview of the American iron and steel industries from their roots in the mid-eighteenth century to the early 1980s. The bulk of the archive consists of the Institute's library. Most of the Institute's own publications, plus a large collection of steel industry annual reports, are cataloged individually and stored in the general Imprints Department stacks.
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Administrative Information


Provenance

Gift of American Iron and Steel Institute

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may apply.

Records subject to 25-year time seal.

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Historical Note

The American Iron and Steel Institute was incorporated in New York on March 31, 1908, under the leadership of Elbert H. Gary, head of the United States Steel Corporation. Gary had called a series of meetings of industry heads beginning on Nov. 20, 1907, about a month after the Panic of 1907 brought an end to the industry-wide consolidations that had begun in 1898 and threatened the stability of the billion-dollar Steel Corporation. The earlier trade organization, the American Iron and Steel Association, had been organized almost exclusively around the issue of the protective tariff and had become moribund and irrelevant in a period when the tariff was falling and had ceased to be a major political issue.

Meetings and conventions of iron manufacturers to protest lower tariffs had been held as early as the 1830s. The first to constitute a truly representative national sample was held in Pittsburgh on November 21, 1849, to protest the lowered Walker Tariff of 1846, which the ironmasters blamed for a depression in their industry. At a second meeting on December 20, 1849, the participants agreed to publish statistics of the industry and protectionist literature. While these activities were carried on by subseqent organizations, the economic stimulus of the California gold rush and a new round of railroad building ended hard times in the iron industry and with them any impetus to organization.

When the next downturn hit in 1854-55, the Pennsylvania iron makers called another national meeting on March 6, 1855, at which a formal body, the American Iron Association, was organized. George N. Eckert of Reading, Pa., was named president and the geologist J. Peter Lesley secretary. However, the group was unable to levy sufficient funds and after the 1859 publication of Lesley's Iron Manufacturer's Guide, a comprehensive directory of all iron-making establishments and iron-mining districts, the group ceased to function.

The Civil War brought a new round of prosperity and growth to the iron industry, but the prospect of a Union victory and the uncertainty over possible postwar developments sparked the formation of a new organization. Iron manufacturers again assembled in Philadelphia on November 16, 1864, at the urging of Eber Brock Ward of Detroit, who had built the first successful Bessemer steel plant in the United States. The next day they organized the American Iron and Steel Association. Ward was named president; Samuel J. Reeves, James M. Cooper, Charles' S. Wood, and Joseph H. Scranton vice presidents; and Robert H. Lamborn secretary. The new organization received broad support and became permanent. It began the publication of its weekly Bulletin on September 12, 1866, and the Directory to the Iron and Steel Works of the United States in 1873. The Association scored an early and important success with the passage of the high tariff of 1870, behind whose high walls the modern American steel industry began to take shape.

At almost the same time, the tariff debates also prompted the formation in New York City of the American Industrial League to coordinate the protectionist campaigns of all of American industry. In 1868, the League appointed Daniel J. Morrell and Cyrus Elder, both of the Cambria Iron Company of Johnstown, as president and secretary to organize a Pennsylvania chapter. On April 1, 1868, the Industrial League of Pennsylvania was fully organized with a Representative Council covering the transportation, iron, coal, chemical, textile, leather, paper and other industries. Within a month, the parent American Industrial League had ceased to meet. The Pennsylvania organization, based in the stronghold of American protectionism, became the de facto national organization. The League published the Industrial Bulletin, distributed tariff tracts and speeches, and supplied protectionist literature to college libraries. It was reorganized as The Industrial League on May 26, 1885, with Joseph Wharton as president.

The American Iron & Steel Association appointed James Moore Swank (1832-1914) of Johnstown, Pa., as its secretary on January 1, 1873, and promoted him to vice president and general manager in 1885. A tireless advocate of protection, Swank became the Association's driving force and was the undisputed statistician and historian of the industry for nearly forty years. The Association also grew in stature and power by absorbing the National Association of Iron Manufacturers and the American Pig Iron Manufacturers Association in 1874. As early as 1878 it had formed an informal amalgamation with the Industrial League and by the mid-1880s had assumed much of the responsibility for distributing the League's literature. The League ceased to meet separately after 1890. The Association enjoyed at least modest success after the depression of 1873-79, culminating in the McKinley Tariff of 1890, the highest yet passed. This proved the Association's high-water mark, and beginning with the second Cleveland Administration tariff rates were reduced and new issues like the Silver Question pushed the tariff to the background.

The American Iron and Steel Institute held its first formal meeting in New York on Oct. 14-22, 1910, and it absorbed the old American Iron and Steel Association in 1912. While the old statistical operations of the Association continued with little change, the emphasis shifted from the tariff to issues like pricing, the sharing of technical information and more modern approaches to publicity and government and labor relations. It embraced the entire steel-making process from raw materials to finished products. By 1954, the Institute had 2,500 individual and 98 corporate members, the latter numbering most of the major producers. The Institute is governed by a board of directors consisting of the chief executives of its corporate members. Like most trade associations its activities are carried out by an ever-expanding number of committees of specialists, of which there were 55 by the 1950s.

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 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+). 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.

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Scope and Content

The records of the American Iron and Steel Institute and its predecessors provide an overview of the American iron and steel industries from their roots in the mid-eighteenth century to the early 1980s. The bulk of the archive consists of the Institute's library. Most of the Institute's own publications, plus a large collection of steel industry annual reports, are cataloged individually and stored in the general Imprints Department stacks.

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Access Points

Aeronautics.
Agricultural machinery.
Air conditioning.
Alan Wood Steel Company.
Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corproation.
Alloys.
Aluminum.
American Society for Testing Materials.
Anthracite coal.
Armco Steel Corporation.
Asbestos.
Automation.
Automobile industry and trade.
Babcock & Wilcox Company.
Beryllium.
Bessemer process.
Bethlehem Steel Company.
Blast furnaces.
Blaw-Knox Co.
Bliss & Laughlin Company.
Boron.
Bridges.
Brooklyn Bridge (New York, N.Y.).
Buildings, Prefabricated.
Business cycles.
Canals.
Cement.
Ceramics.
Chemical industry.
Chesapeake Bay Bridge (Md.).
Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company.
Coal.
Coke-ovens.
Coke.
Colorado Fuel and Iron Company.
Concrete.
Conveying machinery.
Copper.
Crucible Steel Company of America.
Delaware Memorial Bridge (Del. and N.J.).
Detroit Steel Company.
Fairless, Benjamin F., (Benjamin Franklin), 1890-1962
Federal Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company.
Firth Sterling, Inc.
Ford Motor Company.
Foundries.
Fuel.
Furnaces.
Galvanizing.
George Washington Bridge (New York, N.Y.).
H.K. Porter Company.
Industrial productivity.
Industrial relations.
Inland Steel Company.
International Nickel Company of Canada, Limited.
Iron industry and trade.
Iron mines and mining.
Iron ores.
Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation.
Kaiser Steel Corporation.
Lukens Steel Company.
M.A. Hanna Company.
Mackinac Bridge (Mich.).
Manganese.
Marketing.
Metallurgy.
Monorail railroads.
National Steel Corporation.
Natural gas.
New Jersey--Iron industry and trade.
New York (State)--Iron industry and trade.
New York World's Fair. (1964-1965 : New York, N.Y.)
Nickel.
Northwestern Steel and Wire Company.
Nuclear energy.
Oglebay-Norton Company.
Open-hearth process.
Ordnance.
Petroleum.
Phoenix Steel Company.
Piggyback transportation.
Pipe.
Pipelines.
Pittsburgh Steel Company.
Plastics.
Prefabricated houses.
Prices.
Public relations.
Railroads.
Republic Steel Corporation.
Research, Industrial.
Saint Lawrence Seaway.
Shipbuilding.
Silicon.
Standardization.
Steel industry and trade.
Testing.
Timken Roller Bearing Company.
Tin cans.
Tin.
Titanium.
Tool-steel.
Trade associations.
Union Carbide Corporation.
United States Pipe and Foundry Company.
United States Steel Corporation.
Verrazano-Narrows Bridge (New York, N.Y.).
Welding.
Wire rope.
Wire.
Women iron and steel workers.
Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company.
Zinc.
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Series Descriptions and Inventory

I. Corporate Records
Scope and Content
The corporate records include complete minutes of the board of directors (1908-1983) and the executive committee (1933-1982) which give an overview of the Institute's organization and activities. There are also minutes of meetings on the development of the NIRA Steel Code and the Steel Wire Reinforcing Code (1933-1935), as well as bound reports on the Code and its regulations and of the various resolutions issued during the period when it was in force. Records of the Committee on Safety consist of industry-wide fatality reports (1970-1991). Directories (1939-1988) contain lists of officers, directors and members. Records of the annual business meetings include minutes (1908-1982) which document the arrangements, presentations, and speeches; selected banquet programs and menus (including some speeches); copies of the texts of the Schwab Memorial Lectures (1947-1988); and biographical sketches of recipients of the Institute Medal (1929-1936).
A. Incorporation Papers
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167 Certificate of incorporation and amendments, 1908-1964
167 Constitution and bylaws (including American Iron Association), 1855-1975
167 Bylaw revisions and copyright
167 Certificates for doing business in various states
167 Activities of the AI&SI, 1956-1970
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215 Corporate seal
B. Annual Business Meetings
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164 Minutes: Vols. 1-2, 1908-1955
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165 Minutes: Vols. 3-4, 1956-1982
165 Procedures manual - Annual meetings and nominating committee
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168 Banquest programs and menus (including some speeches), 1921, 1930, 1937-1987, 1989, 1991
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167 Committee on Arrangements - Institute medal, with biographical sketches of recipients, 1929-1936
167 Schwab Memorial Lectures - List of lectures and file copies of speeches, 1947-1988
167 Gary Memorial Medal, 1929-1934
C. Board of Directors
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158 Minutes: Vols. 1-7, 1908-1949
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159 Minutes: Vols. 8-10, 1950-1966
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160 Minutes: Vols. 11-13, 1966-1978
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161 Minutes: Vols. 14-19, 1979-1983
161 Mailings of meeting notices, 1956-1981
161 Duplicate minutes, 1908-1915
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162 Duplicate minutes, 1916-1933, 1976-1981
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163 Minutes: Meetings on Steel Code, Vols. 1-3, 1933-1935
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164 Minutes: Meetings on Wire Reinforcement Industry Code, 1934-1935
164 Extras and deductions approved by Board, 1934
D. Executive Committee
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166 Minutes: Vols. 1-3, 1933-1982
E. Committee on Safety
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169 Fatality reports, 1970-1991
F. Directories
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168 Officers, Directors and Committees, 1939, 1959, 1976-1979
168 Members, Officers and Directors, 1974-1979
168 Membership and Committees, 1985/86
168 Membership, 1988
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169 Organizational structure and committees, 1970-1976
G. Steel Code Records
1. Steel Code and Regulations
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214 Vol. 1, Aug. 17, 1933-May 30, 1934
214 Vol. 2, May 30, 1934-June 16, 1935
2. Resolutions under Steel Code
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214 Vol. 1, Aug. 17, 1933-May 30, 1934
214 Vol. 2, May 30, 1934-June 16, 1935
II. Executive Officer Files
Scope and Content
Executive officer files are fragmentary. A small body of records from the Washington office describes the Institute's activities coordinating the steel industry during World War I, including correspondence of J. L. Replogle, director of steel supply for the War Industries Board and U.S. Steel's directives for the war effort. Records of the Engineering Division include files of Senior Research Engineer A. L. Johnson, Vice President-Building Research W. G. Kirkland, and Vice President-Manufacturing & Research William E. Dennis. These files describe the developments of new codes and standards; the competition posed by plastics as a substitute for metals and between steel and wood as a building material; the use of robotics in the 1980s; and a survey of safety in sheet mills (1989).
Files of General Counsel & Secretary Barton C. Greene describe attempts during the Carter, Reagan and Bush Administrations to reduce imports of cheap foreign steel and the rash of American plant closings. There is also a report on unionism in the American steel industry by the European Social Initiatives & Research Institute.
Files of Vice President-Industrial Relations John H. Stenmark deal with matters of industrial health and safety, noise control, and pollution abatement, including symposia, studies and codes by the Environmental Protection Agency, the International Labour Organisation, the World Health Organization, and the International Iron & Steel Institute. The last includes in-plant environment studies at Kawasaki Steel Corporation and Nippon Kokan, KK.
The executive files also include drafts and notes of the 1993 strategic plan and some documentation of the Steel Fellows Program” (1970-1989), a training program to attract and place college graduates in steel industry management.
The largest series of executive files are those of outside counsel Cravath, de Gersdorf, Swaine & Wood (1933-1964) who advised the AI&SI on many important matters during the New Deal era. Most of the papers are those of Hoyt A. Moore, the Cravath partner most closely associated with the AI&SI, although Chester McLain and others are also represented.
Moore's most important contribution was in coordinating the formulation and defense of the steel industry's Code of Fair Competition” under the National Industrial Recovery Act, and this is the major subject of the Cravath/Moore files. In addition to the correspondence that traces the development, implementation, and opposition to the Code from beginning to end, there are copies of AI&SI board and committee minutes and agendas, working and final drafts of the Code, resolutions that became amendments to the Code, and Code-required sample forms and standardized agreements with jobbers and transporters. There are also records of hearings and samples of NIRA codes in other industries, particularly the construction industry; records of complaints against the Steel Code, particularly by automakers and some of the smaller steel producers; records of investigations and hearings on the Steel Code by the Federal Trade Commission and the Justice Department; relevant antitrust case histories, NIRA workplace posters outlining its labor provisions; and memoranda on the Schecter Case under which the NIRA was ruled unconstitutional.
The files also contain extensive papers of the Council for Industrial Progress (1936-1937), including minutes, agendas, membership lists, reports and press releases. The Council was organized by Major George L. Berry, President Roosevelt's Coordinator for Industrial Cooperation, as an ultimately unsuccessful attempt to find an alternative to the NIRA.
One element of steel industry pricing that antedated and survived the NIRA was the basing point” system which set a single, industry-wide shipping charge based on a single shipping point (Pittsburgh) instead of reflecting the actual cost of transportation. Producers closer to the individual consumer than Pittsburgh pocketed the difference, while those further were forced to absorb part of the freight costs. The system had been implemented by U.S. Steel in 1903 and tended to stabilize prices and limit competition. The industry adopted multiple basing points in 1924 after an FTC investigation. Congress outlawed the basing-point system in 1938, and it was upheld by the Supreme Court in 1948. Moore's files contain data on the basing point system and the related issue of rail and water freight tariffs. There are copies of the various tariffs in force under the Code, as well as extensive coverage, including transcripts, of the Federal Trade Commission's investigation of a related basing point system in the cement industry in 1937-1948.
In addition to NIRA matters, Moore's files also contain important coverage of legal cases and public hearings regarding a wide range of other New Deal legislation. Among these are: the Social Security Act; the Public Utilities Holding Company Act; the Wagner Act, particularly the struggle to amend it in 1939-1940; the O'Mahoney Bill for the federal licensing of corporations; the Robinson-Patman Act; the Fair Labor Standards Act; the Walsh-Healey Act; the Anti-Basing Point Bill; the 1939 monopoly investigation of the steel industry; and other bills relating to workmen's compensation, unemployment insurance, uniform wage scales, and pollution control. Post-New Deal issues include the creation of the National Wage Stabilization Board and War Labor Board during World War II, the stainless steel investigation of 1944-1945, and the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946.
Moore's files also contain a great deal of information on general Institute business and copies of numerous Institute documents. Among these are: the certificate of incorporation, constitution, bylaws, board meeting minutes and agendas, a run of AI&SI press releases (1934-1959), speeches and booklets by steel industry executives, and miscellaneous Institute and company publications, manuals, and specifications. Files on the Building Code Committee document its attempts to have local building codes revised to permit the broader use of light steel, while those on the Industrial Relations Committee discuss the Institute's plans to expand its collection of statistics relating to labor relations issues during the 1930s. There is also information on the Institute's pension plan and its attempts to seek exemption from certain federal and New York City taxes.
Files on the critical state of labor disputes and the CIO organizing drives in the mid-1930s include memoranda, pamphlets and a report of a meeting held at Homestead, Pa., on July 5, 1936. There are also copies of numerous collective bargaining agreements signed with the United Steel Workers between 1942 and 1944 covering blue and white collar employees as well as plant watchmen and police. There is also a file on the Aeronautical Research Council (1941), which had erroneously implied in its literature that it was sponsored by the AI&SI, and another on an exhibit of stainless steel architectural elements installed at 101 Park Avenue by the noted architects Kahn & Jacobs.
A. Washington Office
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167 General record, 1917-1920: Includes correspondence of J.L. Replogle, director of steel supply for the War Industries Board; organization of the Council of National Defense; United States Steel Corporation directives for war effort.
B. Engineering Division
1. Senior Research Engineer (A.L. Johnson)
Box
170 Committee on Construction Codes & Standards, 1972-1974
170 Committee on Product Applications & Research - Log, 1970-1973
170 Committee on Promotion & Market Development, 1971
170 Organization & committees, 1961-1973
170 Plastics as a metal substitute, 1973
170 Research & promotional projects, 1963-1968
170 Sheet committees, 1976-1978
2. Vice President - Building Research (W.G. Kirkland)
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170 Building codes - Steel mill buildings, 1955
170 “The Case for Timber,” (mill buildings), 1957
170 Committee on Building Research and Technology - Research Projects, 1962-1972
170 Steel in uniform building codes, 1965-1966
170 Steel research for construction, 1966
3. Vice President - Manufacturing & Research/Technology (William E. Dennis)
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170 Collaborative technology projects, 1982-1989
170 Robotics, 1983
170 Sheet mill practice - Safety survey, 1989
C. General Counsel and Secretary (Barton C. Greene)
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171 Bush Administration's steel program, 1988-1989
171 Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement, 1985-1988
171 Carter Administration's program for the steel industry, 1977-1980
171 Committee on Operations Management, 1984-1986
171 Cuomo Commission Report on Steel Industry, 1988
171 Economics of international steel trade, 1977
171 European Social Initiatives & Research Institute (IRISE): Report on Social Relations & Trade Unionism in the U. S. Steel Industry, 1991
171 General statistics, 1991
171 Imports by month, 1978-1983
171 Mondale on steel, 1984
171 Reagan Administration's steel program, 1980-1987
171 Shutdown of steel plants, 1971-1990
171 “Steel Comments”, 1988-1990
171 Steel import actions, 1981-1986
171 Steel industry economics & federal income tax policy, 1975
171 Steel industry presentation to representatives of Cabinet Committee on Economic Policy, 1971
171 Trade Law Reform Act of 1984
171 U.S.-E.C. Steel arrangements, 1982-1985
171 U.S. indirect steel trade, 1984-1986
171 U.S. International Trade Commission - Annual report on the steel industry, 1990
171 Voluntary restraint agreements (VRAs), 1988-1989
D. Outside Counsel: Cravath, de Gersdorf, Swaine & Wood
1. Code of Fair Competition
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172 Proofs and Drafts: Employee statistic forms, 1933
172 Proofs and Drafts: Agreement forms, 1935
172 Proofs and Drafts: Drafts of preambles and resolutions, 1933-1935
172 Proofs and Drafts: Code of Fair Competition, as adopted, 1934
172 Proofs and Drafts: Revisons to Schedule G, 1934
172 Proofs and Drafts: Agendas for AI&SI board meetings, 1933-1935
172 Proofs and Drafts: Correspondence with AI&SI re code, 1933-1937
172 Proofs and Drafts: Copies of AI&SI board minutes, 1933-1934
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173 Proofs and Drafts: Copies of AI&SI board minutes, 1934-1937
173 Proofs and Drafts: Commercial resolutions (addenda to Code), 1933-1935
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174 Proofs and Drafts: Standard agreements re code, 1934-1935
174 Proofs and Drafts: Legal memoranda and correspondence re Code, 1933-1935
174 Proofs and Drafts: Miscellaneous drafts of proposed amendments, 1933-1939
174 Proofs and Drafts: Code Regulations Nos. 1-9, 1933-1935
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175 Proofs and Drafts: Code Regulations No. 10, 1935
175 Proofs and Drafts: Memos re Social Security Bill and Public Utility Holding Company Bill, 1935
175 Correspondence with National Industrial Recovery Board, 1934-1935
175 Memoranda of Law re new federal legislation, 1933-1947
175 Memoranda of Fact re laws, cases and hearings relevant to AI&SI, 1931-1934
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176 Memoranda of Fact re laws, cases and hearings relevant to AI&SI, 1934-1958
2. American Iron & Steel Institute Material
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176 Address of Charles M. Schwab, 1934
176 Annual Statiscal Reports, 1938-1940
176 Board of Directors agendas, 1935
176 Committee on Commercial Matters correspondence and memos, 1935
176 General Administrative Committee correspondence and memos, 1934-1935
176 Board meeting minutes, 1933-1934
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177 Board meeting minutes, 1934-1935
177 Miscellaneous memoranda submitted to Board, 1935
177 Building Code Committee miscellany, 1946
177 Certificate of incorporation, 1908-1934
177 Constitution and bylaws, 1928-1948
177 Council for Industrial Progress: Correspondence and memoranda, 1936-1937
177 Council for Industrial Progress: Meetings, 1936
177 Council for Industrial Progress: Press releases, 1936
177 Council for Industrial Progress: Reports, 1936
177 Sheffield Steel Corp. code case, 1935
177 Industrial Relations Committee, 1940-1945
177 Labor disputes in the steel industry, 1936-1946
177 Manuals, 1937-1952
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178 Manuals, 1942-1951
178 Yearbook, 1945
3. General Correspondence
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178 Aeronautical Research Council, 1941
178 Exhibit of stainless steel building elements, 1947
178 Cost accounting manual, 1947
178 AI&SI financial statements, 1935
178 Federal Licensing of Corporations Bill, 1937-1939
178 Pension plan, 1942-1943
178 Federal income tax, 1935-1947
178 New York City taxes, 1934-1943
178 Sales taxes, 1933-1935
178 Wage stabilization, 1943-1946
4. Hoyt A. Moore's Files
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178 General correspondence & memoranda, 1933
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179 General correspondence & memoranda, 1933-1934
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180 General correspondence & memoranda, 1934-1935
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181 General correspondence & memoranda, 1935-1955
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182 Advertising, 1930, 1933-1935
182 Bethlehem Steel Company, 1933-1935
182 Bar mats, 1933-1934
182 Committee on Commercial Matters, 1933-1935
182 Drafts of letters, 1933-1934
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183 Drafts of letters, 1934-1935
183 Peter A. Frasse Company, 1934
183 Labor provisions of the Steel Code, 1933
183 Letters to members, 1933-1935
183 Meetings of Board re Code: Agendas, 1933-1935
183 Meetings of Board re Code: General office files, 1933-1935
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184 Meetings of Board re Code: General office files, 1935-1953
184 Meetings, resolutions & notices of meetings, 1933-1953
184 Minutes of Code meetings, 1934-1935
184 Miscellaneous federal legislation, 1935-1937
184 National Recovery Act - Steel Code, 1933-1935
184 National Recovery Review Advisory Board, 1933-1934
184 Social Security Act & New York Unemployment Insurance, 1935-1944
184 State legislation re Code, 1934
184 Taxes, 1933-1942
184 Trade practice complaints, 1934
184 Price fixing hearings, 1933-1935
184 Wholesale or Distributing Trade Code, 1934
184 Announcements re Code regulations, 1934
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185 Announcements re Code regulations, 1935-1935
185 Anti-basing point bill, 1936-1940
185 New base price & basing point filings, 1933-1934
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186 New base price & basing point filings, 1934-1935
186 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Briefs, 1941
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187 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Briefs, 1941-1942
187 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Correspondence & memoranda, 1937-1948
187 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Digest of record, 1937-1938
187 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Oral arguments, 1942-1947
187 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Order & findings of fact, 1943
187 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Petitions, 1943-1946
187 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Statement of points, 1944
187 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Transcript of hearings, 1937
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188 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Transcript of hearings, 1937-1938
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189 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Transcript of hearings, 1938
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190 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Transcript of hearings, 1938-1939
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191 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Transcript of hearings, 1939
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192 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Transcript of hearings, 1939
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193 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Transcript of hearings, 1939
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194 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Transcript of hearings, 1939-1940
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195 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Transcript of hearings, 1940
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196 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Transcript of hearings, 1940
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197 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Transcript of hearings, 1940
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198 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Transcript of hearings, 1940
198 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Trial examiner's report, 1941
198 Cement Institute basing point system investigation: Writs of certorari, 1948
198 Freight tariffs, No. 1 - No. 1-B
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199 Freight tariffs, No. 1-C - No. 2-C
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200 Freight tariffs, No. 3 - No. 3-D
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201 Freight tariffs, No. 4-A - No. 7-A
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202 Freight tariffs, No. 7-A - No. 7-C
202 Freight trucking rates, 1934-1935
202 Mileage from basing points, 1934-1936
202 Packing & loading manuals, 1951-1952
202 Collective bargaining agreements: Blue collar agreements, 1944
202 Collective bargaining agreements: White collar agreements, 1944
202 Collective bargaining agreements: Plant protection employees' agreements, 1944
202 Commercial resolutions & regulations: Code amendments, Vol. 1, 1933-1935
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203 Commercial resolutions & regulations: Code amendments, Vol. 2, 1933-1935
203 Commercial resolutions & regulations: Office files, 1933-1935
203 Commercial resolutions & regulations: Minute copy of Steel Code, 1934
203 Commercial resolutions & regulations: Wire reinforcement industry resolutions, 1934-1935
203 Commercial resolutions & regulations: Analysis of contracts, 1933
203 Commercial resolutions & regulations: Steel contract forms, 1934
203 Executive orders re Code, 1934-1935
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204 Investigation of Code by FTC: Submissions of AI&SI, 1933-1934
204 Investigation of Code by FTC: Submissions of steel companies (A-Z), 1933-1934
204 Investigation of Code by FTC: Reports on FTC investigation, 1934-1935
204 Investigation of Code by FTC: Miscellany, 1933-1935
204 Investigation of Code by FTC: Transcript of National Recovery Review Board hearing, 1934
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205 Investigation of Code by FTC: Transcript of National Recovery Review Board hearing, 1934
205 “The Operation of the Steel Code,” by Walter S. Tower, 1934
205 Publications, 1934-1964
205 Public Relations: General publicity, 1934-1935
205 Public Relations: Newspaper clippings, 1933-1935
205 Public Relations: General AI&SI press releases, 1934-1936
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206 Public Relations: General AI&SI press releases, 1937-1959
206 Uniform extras and deductions under Code, 1933-1934
206 Codes of fair competition in the construction industry, 1933-1935
206 Rates by inland waterways vs. all-rail, 1933-1935
206 Miscellaneous memoranda, 1933-1938
206 NIRA posters, 1934
206 Forms & instructions re Code, 1933-1935
206 “Employee Representation in the Iron & Steel Industry”, 1934
206 Department of Justice: Anti-Monopoly Investigation, 1938-1942
206 Department of Justice: Files furnished to FBI, 1935-1936
206 Department of Justice: Stainless steel investigation, 1944-1945
206 Federal legislation: Anti-pollution bills, 1936-1946
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207 Federal legislation: Anti-pollution bills, 1936-1944
207 Federal legislation: Hearing on boiler manufacturing industry, 1935
207 Federal legislation: Hearing on distribution differentials, 1935
207 Federal legislation: Public Utility Holding Company Act, 1935
207 Federal legislation. National Labor Relations Act: Transcript of House hearings, May 4-18, 1939
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208 Federal legislation. National Labor Relations Act: Transcript of House hearings, May 23, 1939-Feb. 9, 1940
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209 Federal legislation. National Labor Relations Act: Transcript of House hearings, Feb. 13, 1940-Mar. 4, 1940
209 Federal legislation. National Labor Relations Act: Transcript of Senate hearings, Apr. 11, 1939-June 5, 1939
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210 Federal legislation. National Labor Relations Act: Transcript of Senate hearings, June 6, 1939-Aug. 2, 1939
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211 Federal legislation. National Labor Relations Act: Transcript of Senate hearings, Aug. 3, 1939-Feb. 7, 1940
211 Federal legislation. National Labor Relations Act: Proposed amendments, 1938-1945
211 Federal legislation. National Labor Relations Act: Investigation by LaFollette Committee, 1938-1939
211 Federal legislation. National Labor Relations Act: Miscellany and pamphlets, 1939
211 Federal legislation. National Labor Relations Act: Office file, 1939
211 Federal legislation. National Labor Relations Act: Press releases, 1939
211 Federal legislation. National Labor Relations Act: Reports on NRLB to House & Senate, 1939
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212 Federal legislation. National Labor Relations Act: AI&SI statement - Proofs & drafts, 1939
212 Federal legislation. National Labor Relations Act: House testimony, 1939
212 Federal legislation. National Labor Relations Act: Senate testimony, 1939
5. Chester A. McLain's Files
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212 Alamo Iron Works vs. MKT Railroad Co., 1935
212 David H. Smith & Sons, Inc. bankruptcy, 1934-1935
212 Follansbee Brothers Co. bankruptcy, 1934-1935
212 Mosher Steel Co. vs. MKT Railroad Co., 1935
212 Southern Hardware Jobbers Association, 1934-1935
212 William Cameron & Company, Inc. vs. MKT Railroad Co., 1935
6. W. W. Robison's Files
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212 Otis McAllister & Co. vs. USA, 1935-1937
E. Vice President-Industrial Relations (John H. Stenmark)
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213 Collective bargaining, 1973
213 Committee on Industrial Health - Coke oven study, 1983
213 Committee on Industrial Hygiene, Noise study, 1981
213 Committee on Industrial Hygiene, Technical papers, 1980-1981, 1984
213 Committee on Safety - Analysis of fatal accidents, 1970-1979
213 Compensation & benefits survey, 1982-1983
213 Environmental Protection Agency - Symposium on Iron & Steel Pollution Abatement Technology, 1983
213 H.L. Blachford, Inc. - Noise Control in the Steel Industry, 1976
213 Health & safety work plan, 1989
213 International Labour Organisation, 1975-1986
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214 International Labour Organisation - Draft code on occupational safety & health, 1982
214 International Iron and Steel Institute - In-plant environment, 1984 (Includes studies of Kawasaki Steel Corp. and Nippon Kokan, KK.)
214 Long-term mortality patterns, 1975-1981
214 Savings plans, 1980
214 Technical Committee - Operating data, 1989-1991
214 World Health Organization - Office of Occupational Health - Draft guidelines for iron and steel industry, 1984
F. Strategic Plans
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216 Drafts and notes, 1993
G. Steel Fellows Program
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157 Stenographer's transcripts, 1975-1989
157 Market research reports by College Marketing Corp., 1970
III. Vice President - Research & Technology - Research Reports
Scope and Content
The research reports (1939-1985) are arranged in two subseries. The first consists of reports on a variety of research projects sponsored by the Institute and conducted either at universities or private research laboratories like the Battelle Memorial Institute. The second consists of theses and dissertations in metallurgy and allied engineering disciplines that were sponsored by the Institute through research grants. Most of the reports and theses deal with metallurgy and the chemistry of iron and steel, although several concern water and air pollution effects and abatement.
A. Research Reports
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217 1. Pure Iron, Battelle Memorial Institute, 1950-1961.
217 2. Tin Removal from Cans, Armour Research Foundation of Illinois Institute of Technology, 1953.
217 3. Tin Removal from Iron, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1956-1960.
217 4. Nuclear Science, Nuclear Science and Engineering Corporation, 1958-1960.
217 5. Navy Creep Test, United States Naval Postgraduate School, 1960-1961.
217 6. Corrosion, National Bureau of Standards, 1958-1960.
217 7. Pollution Abatement, Battelle Memorial Institute and Harvard University School of Public Health, 3 volumes, 1958-1966.
217 8. Physical Chemistry of Steelmaking, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1962.
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218 9. Iron Base Alloys, Stanford University, 1961-1963.
218 10. Refractory Phase Diagrams , Pennsylvania State University, 1961-1963.
218 11. Pure Iron, Battelle Memorial Institute, 1962-1963.
218 12. Multicomponent Diffusion, McMaster University, 1961-1963.
218 13. Physical Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1952-1959.
218 14. Flow and Fracture of Iron, Cornell University, 5 volumes, 1961-1969.
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219 15. Pure Iron, The Franklin Institute, 1962-1963.
219 16. Process Metallurgy, Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1962-1963.
219 17. Pure Iron, Michigan College of Mining and Technology, 1961-1963.
219 18. Ductility of Steel, Columbia University, 1966.
219 19. Carbon Refractories, Armour Research Foundation of Illinois Institute of Technology and Battelle Memorial Institute, 1951-1953.
219 21. Water Resources, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1939-1957.
219 22. The Gamma-Hematite Phase, University of Minnesota, 1966.
219 23. Scale and Heating, McMaster University and University of Michigan, 1963-1967.
219 24. Mechanism of Corrosion, Ohio State University, 1966-1967.
219 26. Iron Base Alloys, Stanford University, 1964-1967.
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220 27. High Temperature Reactions of Basic Refractories, Mississippi State University, 1964-1967.
220 28. Manganese Recovery, Armour Research Foundation of Illinois Institute of Technology, 1954.
220 29. Multi-Component Diffusion, McMaster University, 1960.
220 30. Hillegas, William J. Jr. Seebeck Coefficient Measurements on Wüstite, M.S., Northwestern University, 1967.
220 31. Microstructures of Refractories, University of Michigan, and Zone Refined Iron, Michigan Technological University, 1961-1963, 1967.
220 35. Stack Gas Monitoring, Harvard University, 1963-1968.
220 36. Reaction Rates, McMaster University, 1963-1968.
220 38. Flotation, Colorado School of Mines, 1966-1968.
220 40. Boyd, David Charles. The Thermodynamics and Kinetics of the Desulfurization of Carbon-Saturated Iron with Solid Lime, Ph.D., Purdue University, 1969.
220 41. Larson, Richard Herbert. Turbulent Mixing of Supersonic Jets with Heated Quiescent Air, Ph.D., Carnegie-Mellon University, 1970.
220 42. Annual Summary and Progress Reports of American Iron and Steel Institute Industrial Fellowships, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1939-1940, 1950-1952.
220 43. Protective Coatings for Steel, Progress Reports to American Iron & Steel Institute, Battelle Memorial Institute, 1947-1949.
220 44. Zinc-Steel Couple, Case Institute of Technology, 1948-1950.
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221 45. Evaluation of Intergranular Embrittlement in Types 321 and 347 Stainless Steel and Effect of Welding on the Stabilization of 18% Cr - 8% Ni Corrosion-Resisting Steel, National Bureau of Standards, 1948-1949.
221 46. Report of Subcommittee on Agglomeration of Fines to Committee on General Research, American Iron & Steel Institute, and Annual Summary Report of American Iron & Steel Institute Industrial Fellowship No. B-4 University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1952, 1952-1953.
221 47. Sintering Test with Furafil “M”, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1952.
221 48. Air Pollution by Particulate Matter, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1950.
221 49. Manganese Recovery by Reduction in Blast Furnace and Oxidation in Converter, Progress Report to American Iron & Steel Institute, Bureau of Mines, 1951.
221 50. Instruments for Automatic Air Pollution Measurements, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1951.
221 51. Kinetics of Stack Dusts in Stack Sampling, Special Report to American Iron & Steel Institute, Industrial Hygiene Foundation of America, 1951.
221 52. Progress Reports to American Iron & Steel Institute on Air Pollution Research, Industrial Hygiene Foundation of America, 1950-1952.
221 53. Monthly Dust Fall Measurements, Information Circular to American Iron & Steel Institute, Industrial Hygiene Foundation of America, 1952.
221 54. Instruments and Methods for Air Pollution Measurement, Information Circular to American Iron & Steel Institute, Industrial Hygiene Foundation of America, 1952.
221 55. Special Report on Tumbler Test on Sinter, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1952.
221 56. Disposal of Spent Sulphuric Acid Pickling Solutions, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1952.
221 57. Determination of Sulphur Dioxide in the Atmosphere and in Stack Gases, Information Circular to American Iron & Steel Institute, Industrial Hygiene Foundation of America, 1951.
221 58. Special Report on Cross-Check Program on Determination of Ferrous Oxide Content of Blast Furnace Sinter, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1952.
221 59. Special Report on Strength Test Trials at the J&L - Pittsburgh and Bethlehem - Bethlehem Sinter Plants, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1952.
221 60. Research Memorandum on European Low-Shaft Blast Furnace, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1952.
221 61. Research Memorandum on Effect of Krillium on Permeability of a Sinter Bed, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1952.
221 62. Research Memorandum on Sintering Tests with Goldman Mixer, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1952.
221 63. Research Memorandum on Comparison between Disco and Fluidized Coal Char and Coke Breeze as Sintering Fuels, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1952.
221 64. Annual Summary Report of American Iron and Steel Institute Fellowship No. B-1, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1949-1950.
221 65. Special Report on A Critical Look at American and Swedish Blast Furnace Sinter, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1953.
221 66. Special Report on Impact Test on Sinter and its Applicability to Quality Control, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, and Final Summary Report of American Iron & Steel Institute Industrial Fellowship Nos. 1-5 , 1953, 1949-1954.
221 67. Quarterly Reports of American Iron & Steel Institute Industrial Fellowships, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 4 volumes, 1953-1954.
221 68. Measurement of Dust and Fumes in Stack Gases, Information Circular and Report to American Iron & Steel Institute, Industrial Hygiene Foundation of America, 2 volumes, 1953-1954.
221 69. Evaluation and Interpretation of Records from the I.S.I. Automatic Smoke Sampler, Information Circular to American Iron & Steel Institute, 1953.
221 70. Field Sampler for Paint Blackening Gases in the Atmosphere, Information Circular to American Iron & Steel Institute, Industrial Hygiene Foundation of America, 1953.
221 71. The Mechanical Properties of Quenched and Tempered Medium Carbon Steels, Progress Report to American Iron & Steel Institute, Battelle Memorial Institute, 1952.
221 72. Cooperative Program in Metallurgy Report on Production-Function Studies on the Iron Blast Furnace, Pennsylvania State University, 1956.
221 73. Special Report on Experimental Sintering, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1953.
221 74. Research Memorandum on Quality Control of Blast Furnace Flue Dust Sinter, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1953.
221 75. Special Report on Microstructure of Iron-Ore Sinters, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1953.
221 76. Research Memorandum on The Density of Air as Related to Temperature and Pressure; Sintering Fan Efficiency, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1953.
221 77. Special Report on Static Crushing Test on Sinter and its Applicability to Quality Control, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1953.
221 78. Report of Trip to AIME Mineral Beneficiation Division Meeting in Hibbing, Minnesota, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1953.
221 79. Substitutes for Palm Oil in Steel Mill Operation, Armour Research Foundation of Illinois Institute of Technology, 1953.
221 80. Looking at Sinter Testing, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1953.
221 81. Survey of Low-Alloy Aircraft Steels Heat Treated to High-Strength Levels, Part 4, Wright Air Development Center, Air Research and Development Command, United States Air Force, 1953.
221 82. Hardenability Data Report, Joint AISI-SAE Hardenability Data Committee, 1944.
221 83. Excerpts from Reports on the Adaptation of New Research Techniques to Mineral Engineering Problems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1954.
221 84. An Instrument for the Indication of Hourly Changes in Dust Fall Rate, Information Circular to American Iron & Steel Institute, Industrial Hygiene Foundation of America, 1954.
221 85. Tin Can Recovery, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1954.
221 86. Sintering Conditions and Sinter Properties as Affected by Moisture and Fuel, University of Pittsburgh, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1954.
221 87. Hydrogen in Steel, Armour Research Foundation of Illinois Institute of Technology, 1954.
221 88. Economic Evaluation of the Pyrometallurgical Process of the Bureau of Mines on the Recovery of Manganese from Open-Hearth Slag, Arthur G. McKee & Company, 1954.
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222 89. Dephosphorization of the Phosphor-Iron By-Product of Spiegeleisen Oxidation in the 2,000 Pound Basic Side-Blown Converter, Bureau of Mines, 1954.
222 90. Reducibility and Surface Area Measurements of Iron Ore Sinters, Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, 1954.
222 91. Appraisal of Process for Recovery of Manganese from Basic Open Hearth Slag, Singmaster & Breyer, 1955.
222 92. Desulphurization of Carbon-Saturated Iron, Carnegie Institute of Technology Metals Research Laboratory, 1954
222 93. Hultgren, Ralph, et al., Selected Values of the Thermodynamic Properties of the Elements (Metals Park, Ohio: American Society for Metals,, 1973); 2 vols.
222 93. Selected Values, Thermodynamic Properties of Metals and Alloys, University of California, Metals Research Laboratory, 1955
222 94. Simkovich, Alexander, “Effects of Sulfide-Slag Treatment of Molten Fe-Cu (Ni,Sn)-C Alloys”, MS Thesis, Pennsylvania State University, 1956
222 95. Hull, J. L. and Cornet, I., Plastic Deformation in Metals: Survey of Literature, University of California, Berkeley, Department of Engineering, 3 vols, 1946-1953, 1950-1954
222 96. “Interim Reports on Water Quality Criteria with Regard to Man for various metals, prepared as part of the Toxicity Project of the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission, The Kettering Laboratory, University of Cincinnati, 1957
222 97. Paint Blackening by Hydrogen Sulfide, Industrial Hygiene Foundation of America, Inc., 1955
222 98. Rice, L. P., et al., The Mechanical Properties of Type 301 Stainless Sheet Steels, Battelle Memorial Institute, 1957
222 99. “Bulk Solids Flow Project, Annual Report to Engineering Foundation, United Engineering Trustees, Inc.”, University of Utah, Utah Engineering Experiment Station, 1957
222 100. Jenike, A. W., et al., On the Theory of Plastic Flow of Coulomb Solids, University of Utah, Utah Engineering Experiment Station, 1958
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223 101. Rolling of Metals, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1958
223 102. Recommendations Concerning the Use of Contaminated Scrap Metal, General Nuclear Engineering Corporation, 1958
223 103. Trends and Developments in the Nuclear Industry of Interest to the Iron and Steel Industry, General Nuclear Engineering Corporation, 1958
223 104. Stephenson, Edward T., et al., The Effect of Prestrain and Retempering on Ultra-High Strength Steel, Wright Air Development Center, U.S. Air Force, 1958
223 105. Evaluation of High Strength Steels for Elevated Temperature Applications in Aircraft, National Academy of Sciences, Division of Engineering and Industrial Research, 1958
223 106. Geiger, Lewis L, et al., A Linear Program Model of the Iron Blast Furnace, Pennsylvania State University, Mineral Industries Experiment Station, 1959
223 107. Phase Equilibrium Studies of Steel Plant Refractories Systems, Reprints of Papers Published Pennsylvania State University, 1951-1959, 1959
223 108. Thermodynamic and Transport Properties of Gases, Liquids and Solids; Papers Presented at the Symposium on Thermal Properties (New York: American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1959
223 109. Gross, Paul, et al., “The Pulmonary Response to Blast Furnace Stack Dust,” American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal, Vol. 20, No. 3, 1959
223 110. Thermophysical Properties Research Center, Annual Report to Sponsors, Perdue University, School of Mechanical Engineering, 1959
223 111. Wolf, Jack D., The Internal-Friction Spectrum of Zone-Refined Iron, Pennsylvania State University, Mineral Industries Experiment Station, 1960
223 112. Criscuolo, E. L., et al., Manual of Isotope Radiography, Naval Ordnance Laboratory, White Oak, Md., 1960
223 113. The Measurement and Improvement of Scrap Quality, Battelle Memorial Institute, 1960
223 114. Kruger, Paul, et al., Radioisotopes and Steel, Nuclear Science Engineering Corporation, 1960
223 115. A Study of Coke-Oven Ammonia, Arthur D. Little, Inc., 1961
223 116. “Strength of Metal Aircraft Elements”, Chapter 2 - Steel, 1961
223 117. Research on Iron, Iron Alloys and Iron Compounds, Progress Report, Franklin Institute Laboratories for Research and Development, 1961
223 118. Jenike, Andrew W., Gravity Flow of Bulk Solids, University of Utah, Utah Engineering Experiment Station, 1961
223 119. Benjamin, Walter D., et al., The Atmospheric Corrosion of Iron and Mild Steel, The Franklin Institute Laboratories for Research and Development, 1962
223 120. High-Intensity Separation, Columbia University, 1963-1967
223 121. Muan, Arnulf, and Osborn, E. F., Phase Equilibria among Oxides in Steelmaking (Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1965)
223 122. Hillegas, William J., Jr., “Seebeck Coefficient and Electrical Conductivity Measurements on Doped and Undoped Wüstite,” Ph.D., Northwestern University, 1968
223 123. Kaplan, Robert S., “The Kinetics of Gaseous Selective Oxidation of Binary and Ternary Liquid Iron Alloys,” Ph.D., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1968
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224 124. Marschall, Charles W., “Preparation, Analysis and Distribution of High-Purity Iron; Status Report,” Battelle Memorial Institute, 1970
224 125. Strength of Aircraft Elements, Army-Navy Civil Committee on Aircraft Design Criteria, 1942
224 126. Kinselski, E. H., et al., “Evaluation of Sinter Testing”, n.d.
224 127. Copies of publications and research activities in the fields of iron and steelmaking, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Metallurgy, 1950-1954.
224 128. “Variable Stress Cycle Fatigue on Large Butt-Welded Specimens,” Ecole Polytechnique, Montreal, Laboratoire de Recherches de D'Essais de Materiaux (English translation), 1966
224 129. The Effect of the Core Wire on the Characteristics of Metal-Arc Welding Electrodes, Battelle Memorial Institute, 1946-1948; 2 vols.
224 130. Influence of Core Wire on Welding Electrode Characteristics, Battelle Memorial Institute, 1948
224 131. Schey, John A., et al., Fundamental Study of Metal Flow in Steel Forging, IIT Research Institute Technology Center, 1966
224 132. Development of Mechanical Properties Information on Steels at Various Strength Levels, Battelle Memorial Institute, 1951
224 133. Design Specifications for Type 301 Stainless Steel, The Franklin Institute, Laboratories for Research and Development, 1952-1955; 8 vols.
224 134. “Carrier Flotation in Iron Slimes,” Michigan Technological University, 1968
224 135. Gamble, Robert Paul, “Alloy Softening in the Iron-Nickel System,” M.A., Cornell University, 1969
224 136. “Nitrogen Solution in Liquid Iron Alloys,” Miscellaneous Papers, University of Michigan, 1966-1968
224 137. “The Diffusion of Hydrogen in Liquid Iron Alloys,” Miscellaneous Papers, Leland Stanford Junior University, 1966-1969; 2 vols.
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225 137. “The Diffusion of Hydrogen in Liquid Iron Alloys,” Miscellaneous Papers, Leland Stanford Junior University, 1968-1969; 1 vol.
225 138. “The Solidification of Steel,” Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1966-1967
225 139. “The Physical Chemistry of Iron and Steelmaking,” Miscellaneous Papers, Ohio State University Research Foundation, 1968
225 140. Letters re Phase Equilibria among Oxides in Steelmaking, 1964
225 141. Elliott, John F., and Gleisesr, Molly, Thermochemistry for Steelmaking (Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company), 1960; 2 vols.
225 142. “The Kinematics of Iron and Steelmaking Processes,” Project No. 66 Papers, Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1964-1967; 3 vols.
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226 142. “The Kinematics of Iron and Steelmaking Processes,” Project No. 66 Papers, Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1965-1968; 1 vol.
226 143. Zeisloft, R. H., and Hosford, W. F., “Deformation of Artificial Inclusions in Compressive Plane Strain,” University of Michigan, 1969
226 144. “Role of Carbon in Lime Bearing Refractories,” Rutgers, The State University, 1969
226 145. “Fundamental Research in the Flotation of Hematite,” Project No. 117 Papers, University of Utah, Dept. of Metallurgy, 1965-1968; 2 vols.
226 146. “Mechanism of Stress Corrosion Cracking,” Project No. 120 Papers, Case Western Reserve University, 1963-1968; 2 vols.
226 147. “Gaseous Reduction of Hematite,” Project No. 66 Papers, Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1965-1967
226 147. “Iron Oxide Recrystallization Rates,” Project No. 125 Papers, Northwestern University, 1968-1971
226 148. “Fracture Toughness of High Strength Structural Steels,” Project No. 129 Papers, University of Illinois, 1965-1967
226 149. “Thermodynamic Properties of Multi-Component Liquid Iron Alloys,” Project No. 133 Papers, University of Pennsylvania, 1965-1968
226 150. Spitzer, R. H., et al., “Improved Mathematical Model for Gaseous Reduction of Hematite in a Fixed Bed,” Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1964
226 150. “Thermodynamics of Silicon Sulfides,” Project No. 135 Papers, Pennsylvania State University, 1969
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227 151. “Separation and Classification of Minerals,” Project No. 137 Papers, Queen's University at Kingston, 1964-1968
227 152. “Desulphurization with Solid Lime,” Project No. 139 Papers, Purdue University, 1966-1968
227 153. “Hydrostatic Extrusion,” Project No. 143 Papers, The Institute of Research, Lehigh University, 1966-1968; 3 vols.
227 154. “Chemical Reactions at Metal Surfaces,” Project No. 148 Papers, Cornell University, 1967-1968
227 155. Kaplan, R. S., “The Formation of Gases from Blast-Furnace Slag,” Project No., 151, Battelle Memorial Institute, 1970
227 156. Mueller, Erwin W., “Field Ion Microscopy of Iron and Steel,” Project No. 149, Pennsylvania State University, 1968
227 157. Worrell, Wayne L., “Thermodynamic Stability,” Project No. 152 Papers, University of Pennsylvania, 1966-1969
227 158. Poirier, D. R., and Geiger G. H., “Distribution of Sulfides,” Project No. 153 Papers, University of Wisconsin, 1968-1969
227 159. The Effect of pH, of the Type of Amine, of the Particle Size and of Slimes on the Cationic Flotation of Semitaconites, Project No. 159 Paper, University of Minnesota Institute of Technology, 1969
227 160. Keller, D. V., Jr., et al., “Vapor Dielectric Thin Films,” Project No. 160 Papers, Syracuse University Research Institute, 1969-1970
227 161. Wert, James J., “Residual Microstrains; Particle Sizes and Faulting,” Project No. 162, Vanderbilt University, 1968-1969
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228 162. “Field Studies; Pollution Control Equipment,” Project No. 172 Papers, Chemical Construction Corporation, Consulting Division, 1968
228 163. Wright, J. L., “Iron Ore - Dry Concentrating,” Project No. 184 Papers, 1967-1968
228 164. “Coke Oven Stack Gas Monitoring,” Project No. 176 Papers, Esso Research and Engineering Company, 1967-1968
228 165. Hays, Charles, “Effect of Substructure on Mechanical Properties and Corrosion Behavior of High Purity Iron and Iron Alloys,” Project No. 185 Papers, University of Kentucky, 1967-1971
228 166. “Adiabatic Model for Blast-Furnace Stack Reactions,” Project No 191 Papers, Carnegie-Mellon University, Metals Research Laboratory, 1968-1969
228 167. “Growth and Eliminations of Inclusions in Steel,” Project No. 193 Papers, Carnegie-Mellon University, Metals Research Laboratory, 1969-1970
228 168. Healy, George W., “Desulfurizing Power of Lime-Silica-Fluorspar Slags,” Project No. 198, Pennsylvania State University, 1967-1969
228 169. Li, Che-Yu, “The Structure and Growth of Oxide Films,” Project No. 201, Cornell University, 1967-1968
228 170. Poirier, D. R., “Role of Alloying Elements in the Microdistribution of Carbon in Steel,” Project No. 202, University of Wisconsin, 1967-1968
228 171. Elliott, John P., “Convective Effects during Solidification,” Project No. 219, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1968
228 172. Elliott, John P., “Properties of Metal Sulfides,” Project No. 218, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1968-1969
228 173. Wagner, J. Bruce, “Diffusion in Magnesio-Wüstite,” Project No. 222 Papers, Northwestern University, 1969
228 174. St. Pierre, G. R., et al., “Oxygen Solubilities and Precipitation,” Project No. 223 Papers, Ohio State University Research Foundation, 1970-1972
228 175. Weldability of Carbon-Manganese Steel; Progress Report, Battelle Memorial Institute, 1946-1947; 2 vols.
B. Theses and Dissertations
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234 Adams, D. L., and Germer, L. H., “Adsorption on Single-Crystal Planes of Tungsten,” M.S., Cornell University, 1971
234 Adekoya, Daniel Oladapo, “The Effects of Phenol on Nitrification,” M.S., University of Pittsburgh, 1979
234 Arac, Sabri, “The Effects of Na2O, FeO, MaO and TiO2 on the Liquidus Temperature of Blast Furnace Slags,” M.S., University of Arizona, 1976
234 Arita, Minoru, “Thermodynamic Activities in the Binary Fe-Mn and Ternary Fe-Mn-Si Systems at 1833 K by Vapor Condensation,” Ph.D., Ohio State University, 1974
234 Bassett, Bertram James, “Some Aspects of Secondary Phase Precipitation and Environment Exchange during Creep of Three Austenitic Stainless Steels,” M.S., University of Saskatchewan, 1972
234 Benner, Blair R., “The Diffusion of Nitrogen in Liquid Fe-Ni and Fe-Co Alloys,” M.S. report, Leland Stanford Junior University, 1971
234 Bhatt, Dhananjay D., “The Influence of Material Parameters on Plastic Flow Instability in Rimmed and HSLA Sheet Steels as Related to Sheet Metal Forming,” M.S., University of Kentucky, 1977
234 Boyd, David Charles, “The Thermodynamics and Kinetics of the Desulfurization of Carbon-Saturated Iron with Solid Lime, M.S., Perdue University, 1969
234 Britt, James M., “Fracture Mechanisms of an Alumina Ceramic at Elevated Temperatures,” M.S., Georgia Institute of Technology, 1977
234 Cheney, Brian A., “The Effects of Steel Composition and Treatment on Microalloy Precipitation and Microstructural Development in Austenite,” M.S., Colorado School of Mines, 1985
234 Chynoweth, James Martin, “The Effects of Sulfur and Phosphorus Dopants on the Aqueous Corrosion of Sensitized Type 304 Stainless Steel,” M.S., University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, 1985
234 Coburn, James L., “Froth Selectivity in the Flotation of Quartz from Finely Ground Oxidized Iron Ores Using Primary Branched Chain Ether Amines,” Ph.D., Michigan Technological University, 1985
234 Farrell, Daniel J., “Mathematical and Physical Modeling of the Sinterbed Operation,” M.S., State University of New York at Buffalo, 1975
234 German, Randall Michael, “The High Temperature Thermodynamic Properties of Nickel-Titanium Alloys,” M.S., Ohio State University, 1971
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235 Guerrero, Alfonso Rafael, “Hydrogen in Steelmaking with Particular Reference to Hydrogen in Metallurgical Slags,” M.Engr., University of Toronto, 1978
235 Heard, Robert A., “Horizontal Continuous Casting of Boron Steels,” M.A.S., University of Toronto, 1985
235 Hill, George R., “Kinetics of Decarburization in an Experimental Basic Oxygen Furnace,” Ph.D., Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1969
235 Hudak, Stephen J., Jr., “The Kinetics of Hydrogen Enhanced Crack Growth in High Strength Steels,” M.S., Lehigh University, 1972
235 Ibrahim, Nabil Abdelfattah, “Cyclic Deformation of Low-Carbon Iron,” McMaster University, 1974
235 Kain, Kathleen, “The Influence of Metallurgical Defects on Formability of Sheet Steels,” Ph.D., Vanderbilt University, 1985
235 Kim, Chung Kook, “A Thermodynamic Study of the Formation of Aluminate Inclusions in Steel,” Ph.D., University of Toronto, 1978
235 Kim, Yong-Ho, “Initiation and Growth of Fatigue Microcracks and Strain-Controlled Fatigue Properties in Steel Alloys: Microstructure and Mechanics,” Ph.D., Northwestern University, 1979
235 Knapp, Malcolm R., “Kinetics of Reactions between Magnetite and Carbon Monoxide at 450° C to 550° C,” Ph.D., Carnegie-Mellon University, 1973
235 Laub, Leon William, “Kinetics and Mass Transport in the Wüstite Phase of the Iron-Oxygen System,” Ph.D., Northwestern University, 1971
235 Lawrence, Thomas Harvey, “A Water Model Study of the Fluid Flow Phenomena and Grade Change Behavior in the Tundish of a Billet Caster,” M.A.S., University of Toronto, 1984
235 Lee, Jai Young, “The Diffusion of Nitrogen in Liquid Iron and Iron Alloys,” Ph.D., Leland Stanford Junior University, 1971
235 Lee, P. W., “Fracture in Metalworking Processes,” M.S. report, Drexel University, 1972
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236 Lim Lai Seng, “Study of Friction in Cold Strip Rolling,” M.S., University of New Brunswick, 1984
236 McCauley, William Lawrence, “Viscosity Characteristics of Mold Fluxes Used in Continuous Casting of Steel,” M.S., Drexel University, 1979
236 McLaughlin, James E., “Study and Characterization of the Solidification Phases within the Dendritic Core of M2 High Speed Steel,” M.S., Lehigh University, 1975
236 McNallen, Michael John, “Magnetic Separation of Iron Bearing Solids from Water,” M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1974
236 Mendrykowski, John T., “An Analysis of the Flooding Criteria for a Dense High Surface Tension Liquid,” M.S., State University of New York at Buffalo, 1972
236 Miller, Ronald L., “Adiabatic Model for Hematite Reduction in Countercurrent and Packed Beds,” Ph.D., Carnegie-Mellon University, 1972
236 Moore, William C., Jr., “Phosphate Bonding of Magnesia Castables,” M.S., Clemson University, 1979
236 Pergamin, Laurent, “Thermodynamics of Slags and Coordination of the Ferric Cations,” Ph.D., Carnegie-Mellon University, 1971
236 Richards, Von Lee, “High Temperature Electrical Conductivity of Aluminum Nitride,” Ph.D., University of Michigan, 1982
236 Salzbrenner, Richard J., “Substitutional-Interstitial Interactions in the Iron-Manganese-Nitrogen System,” Ph.D., University of Denver, 1973
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237 Sato, Akikazu, “Effect of Electron Irradiation on the Strength of Iron Single Crystals,” Ph.D., Northwestern University, 1972
237 Stauter, John Clarke, “Active Mechanisms in the Flotation of Hematite with Fatty Acids and Amines,” Ph.D., University of Utah, 1970
237 Trushenski, Scott P., “Non-Topochemical Reduction of Iron Oxides,” Ph.D., Carnegie-Mellon University, 1971
237 Tsao, Tsun-chiu, “Kinetics of Dissociation of Carbon Monoxide on α-Fe,” Ph.D., Carnegie-Mellon University, 1974
237 Weidner, Clarence Warren, Jr., “The Determination of Activities and Reaction Rates in Alloy Melts by Mass Spectrometric Methods: Fe-V, Cu-Al, Fe-Si, Cu-Si and Fe-S-O Systems,” Ph.D., Ohio State University, 1971
237 White, William E., “Isothermal Transformation Characteristics of Two Austentic Stainless Steels,” M.S., University of Saskatchewan, 1973
237 Wilshynsky, Diane Oksana, “A Water Model Study of the Separation of Inclusions in the Tundish of a Slab Caster,” M.A.S., University of Toronto, 1984
237 Wolke, Ira S., “Grain Boundary Chemistry and Physical Properties of Phosphorus and Sulfur Doped Type 304 Stainless Steel,” Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago, 1984
237 Young, John D., “The Effect of Titanium on the Solubility of Oxygen in Molten Iron and Commercial Grade Stainless Steels,” M.A.S., University of Toronto, 1974
237 Zuliani, Douglas J., “Physical Chemistry Studies with Levitated Steel Droplets Containing up to Two Percent Manganese,” M.A.S., University of Toronto, 1976
IV. Library
Scope and Content
Records from the AI&SI library are arranged in two subseries: A. Vertical File and B. Historical Collections.
The 156-linear foot vertical file (1936-1974) is the largest single series in the archive. It contains publications of the Institute and its member firms, press releases, and speeches by Institute and industry executives. There are approximately 7,700 pamphlets and company reports, 69,000 mounted clippings, 22,000 press release, and 11,000 items of miscellaneous printed matter and ephemera. The vertical file was apparently begun ca. 1936, but it contains tear sheets, pamphlets, publications and photocopies of originals dating back to the 1870s; statistics dating back to the early 1800s, and some illustrations of iron making techniques dating back to the 1600s. Coverage is most extensive for the late 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. The material covers company histories, descriptions of products and processes, and general topics of interest to the steel industry, such as automation, industrial and labor relations, standardization, and atomic energy. The files describe the entire scope of the industry from basic raw materials and other metals used in combination or alloys with steel, through the various types of steelmaking apparatus and processes, to finished goods. The files also commemorate the use of steel products in trade fairs and exhibitions such as the 1964-65 New York World's Fair.
Among items of note are files relating to public relations efforts by both labor and management regarding the issue of wages. Several pamphlets, press releases, advertisements, etc. relate to the increasing pressure for wage increases following World War II, and a second group relate to the confrontation between the steel companies and President Kennedy in 1962-1963. Journal articles and presentations by steel executives illustrate the dilemma over modernizing aging steel plants in graphic detail. Pamphlets, editorials and speeches present the industry's reaction to foreign competition and increasing imports of European and Japanese steel. Other posters and pamphlets depict labor's campaign to stem job losses.
The files also contain a wide array of materials aimed at influencing public opinion about the American economic system in general, including open letters, editorials, advertisements, petitions and educational materials furnished to schools and community groups by business corporations, labor unions, trade associations like the National Association of Manufacturers, and a variety of think-tanks and public policy organizations. Copies of government documents and reports of congressional and executive agency hearings depict important disputes over the tariff, antitrust, labor relations, safety and the environment.
Other files document the steel industry during World War II and the Cold War. Efforts to boost war production and worker morale and to encourage conservation on the home front may be traced through both company and government materials aimed at both workers and consumers. Other materials discuss post-war strategies for reconversion, potential recession, and the problems of returning workers, and there is some material dealing with the formation and workings of the United Nations. The Cold War materials deal with anticommunism, civil defense, the defense industries, stockpiling essential industrial commodities, and atomic energy.
A large proportion of the files are concerned with technical matters, covering the entire range of iron and steel making techniques from the mining of raw materials through the creation and marketing of finished products. The latter run the gamut from producer goods like pipe and wire, through bridges, machinery and ordnance to consumer goods like automobiles and appliances, indeed anything that could be made from ferrous metals. The files also include extensive information on non-ferrous metals and any material that could be seen as an actual or potential competitor to ferrous metals. There is likewise extensive coverage of transportation infrastructure (railroads, roads, canals) which serve the steel industry as both transporters and consumers of steel products and of the heavy machinery (e.g., ore docks) needed to move the industry's raw materials.
Other technical subjects include geological exploration, library science as it related to assembling and operating the Institute Library, and business machines and automation. One can trace the evolution of office equipment, warehousing methods, and inventory control. There is a small amount of information of developments of the late 1950s and 1960s, such as transistors and lasers.
Other files relate to the steel company's efforts to attract homemakers purchasing kitchen appliances and home furnishings, and to issues of women's participation in the labor force. Employee bulletins, magazines and newsletters (1940-1965) offer insights into the factory and home life of workers.
The historical files have several components. Perhaps the most important is a group of 105 letters to James M. Swank, most of which constitute responses to the first edition of his History of Iron in All Ages. The bulk are either from surviving iron industry pioneers or their children and grandchildren and were part of Swank's effort to develop an accurate chronology and assign credit for particular innovations, particularly hot-blast smelting with anthracite and coke. The letters exist both in the original and in a notebook of typed transcriptions.
Historical miscellany includes scattered notes, draft articles, bulletins, clippings, etc., on Institute history. There are lists of presidents, honorary vice presidents, original membership lists, lists of medals and awards, and menus from early Institute banquets. A file on Activities of the Washington Office (1916-1921) consists of typed transcripts of letters from government officials regarding fixing production and pricing for the World War I effort and a 1921 speech of General Pershing congratulating steel executives for their contributions.
Other historical items include copies of court documents from the patent infringement suit of William Kelly vs. Henry Bessemer concerning priority on the Bessemer process (1857), an 1889 patent to William R. Thomas of Catasauqua, Pa., for a magnetic ore separator, and a glossary of terms commonly used in the steel industry.
The Library also contained a collection of four volumes from early American iron producers: account books of the Mount Hope (N.J.) Furnace and of Noble & Townsend, iron manufacturers in colonial New York; a daily log and time book from the Birdsboro (Pa.) Furnace; and an 1837 personal notebook from George Nock of the Ramapo (N.Y.) Iron Works containing notes on production and techniques.
Portions of the Institute Library's holdings have been transferred to other Hagley departments. The Imprints Department has copies of the Institute's individual and serial publications and its collection of iron and steel company annual reports. The Pictorial Collections Department holds the Library's extensive files of iron and steel-related photographs.
A. Vertical file
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1 Accounting, 1938-1972
1 Advertising, 1950-1969
1 Aerial tramways, 1948-1968
1 Age hardening, 1938-1963
1 Agriculture. General, 1940-1970
1 Agriculture. Farm buildings, 1946-1970
1 Agriculture. Farm implements, 1853-1970
1 Agriculture. Fertilizers, 1939-1966
1 Agriculture. Machinery. General, 1897-1970
1 Agriculture. Machinery. Catalogs, 1947
1 Agriculture. Machinery. History, 1853-1956
1 Agriculture. Machinery. Statistics, 1940-1962
1 Agriculture. Statistics, 1945-1954
1 Air conditioning, 1940-1973
1 Alchemy, 1935-1961
1 Alloy steel, 1930-1956
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2 Alloy steel, 1957-1971
2 Alloy steel - Company pamphlets, 1936-1962
2 Alloy steel - Pamphlets, 1922-1972
2 Alloys, 1936-1974
2 Alloys - Pamphlets, 1931-1968
2 Alloys - Super, 1962-1964
2 Aluminum, 1933-1955
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3 Aluminum, 1956-1971
3 Aluminum. The Aluminum Association. General, 1966-1971
3 Aluminum. The Aluminum Association. Aluminum Bulletin, 1957-1965
3 Aluminum. The Aluminum Association. Packaging News, 1968
3 Aluminum. The Aluminum Association. Statistics - Production, 1969-1970
3 Aluminum. The Aluminum Association. Shipments, 1966-1970
3 Aluminum. The Aluminum Association. Week in Review, 1968-1969
3 Aluminum. Bauxite, 1948-1965
3 Aluminum. Coating for steel, 1935-1971
3 Aluminum. Expansion, 1956-1966
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4 Aluminum. History, 1936-1972
4 Aluminum. Manufacture, 1943-1963
4 Aluminum. Uses, 1933-1969
4 Aluminum. Pamphlets, 1947-1970
4 Aluminum. Technical, 1933-1968
4 Amusements, 1955-1973
4 Anchors, 1952-1960
4 Annual reports - Non-steel (A-M), 1956-1973
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5 Annual reports - Non-steel (N-Z), 1968-1973
5 Antimony, 1924-1970
5 Arsenic, 1926-1965
5 Asbestos, 1941-1968
5 Arts, 1973
5 Atomic energy. General, 1945-1964
5 Atomic energy. Atom smashers, 1948-1962
5 Atomic energy. Attacks, 1946-1969
5 Atomic energy. Bibliography, 1955-1969
5 Atomic energy. Foreign developments, 1955-1964
5 Atomic energy. Glossaries, 1950-1956
5 Atomic energy. History, 1946-1957
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6 Atomic energy. Industrial power, 1945-1961
6 Atomic energy. Industrial power - Pamphlets, 1949-1959
6 Atomic energy. Nuclear reactors, 1957-1973
6 Atomic energy. Radiation, 1956-1966
6 Atomic energy. Radiation - Pamphlets, 1956-1968
6 Atomic energy. Radioisotopes, 1941-1963
6 Atomic energy. Radioisotopes - Pamphlets, 1949-1960
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7 Atomic energy. Research, 1951-1966
7 Atomic energy. Research - Pamphlets, 1951-1959
7 U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. General, 1947-1962
7 U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. Technical Information Service, 1955-1963
7 Atomic energy - Pamphlets, 1949-1968
7 Automation, 1952-1957
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8 Automation, 1958-1965
8 Automation - Steel industry, 1953-1969
8 Automotive industry. General, 1937-1973
8 Automotive industry. Bibliographies, 1938-1949
8 Automotive industry. Companies, 1930-1960
8 Automotive industry. Dealer promotion reports, 1962-1964
8 Automotive industry. Defense production, 1941-1951
8 Automotive industry. History, 1937-1968
8 Automotive industry. Materials, 1928-1957
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9 Automotive industry. Materials, 1958-1972
9 Automotive industry. Production, 1938-1969
9 Automotive industry. Trucks & buses, 1947-1972
9 Aviation. General, 1941-1970
9 Aviation. Bibliographies, 1940-1972
9 Aviation. Helicopters, 1943-1964
9 Aviation. History, 1940-1969
9 Aviation. Landing fields, 1941-1969
9 Aviation. Materials, 1928-1970
9 Aviation. NASA technical briefs, 1972-1973
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10 Aviation. NASA technical briefs, 1971-1973
10 Aviation. Rockets, 1942-1969
10 Aviation. Wartime, 1940-1953
10 Aviation. Hangars, 1943-1970
10 Awards. General, 1955-1969
10 Awards. AIME, 1950-1969
10 Awards. American Society for Metals, 1948-1968
10 Awards. ASTM, 1951-1962
10 Awards. Franklin Institute, 1950-1965
10 Awards. Iron & Steel Institute, 1942-1961
10 Awards. A to Z, 1950-1969
10 Barges, 1943-1969
10 Barium, 1945-1965
10 Bars, 1925-1969
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11 Bars - Cold finished, 1946-1972
11 Basing point, 1935-1948
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12 Basing point, 1949-1953
12 Basing point. Bibliographies, 1944-1963
12 Basing point. Cement industry, 1933-1948
12 Basing point. Pittsburgh Plus, 1924-1947
12 Basing point. Rigid Steel Conduit Association, 1944-1949
12 Batteries, 1933-1966
12 Bearings, 1946-1973
12 Bells, 1939-1961
12 Beryllium, 1936-1965
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13 Beryllium - Bibliographies, 1957-1960
13 Bibliographies. General, 1946-1966
13 Bibliographies. Foreign, 1950-1968
13 Bibliographies. Iron & steel, 1949-1967
13 Bibliographies. SLA, 1955-1961
13 Bicycles, 1936-1960
13 Biggest (Industry rankings), 1960-1973
13 Billets, 1925-1968
13 Blooming mills, 1920-1968
13 Blowers, fans, etc., 1951-1961
13 Boilers, 1925-1969
13 Bonding, 1943-1971
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14 Borazon, 1957
14 Boron. General, 1895-1972
14 Boron. Reports, 1946-1972
14 Brakes, 1950-1960
14 Brass, 1951-1970
14 Brazing, 1947-1968
14 Bridges. General, 1902-1961
14 Bridges. Awards, 1949-1973
14 Bridges. Brooklyn, 1877-1971
14 Bridges. Chesapeake Bay, 1952-1963
14 Bridges. Delaware Memorial, 1949-1966
14 Bridges. Early, 1901-1968
14 Bridges. George Washington, 1951-1962
14 Bridges. Mackinac, 1953-1958
14 Bridges. Ore, 1937-1961
14 Bridges. Railroad, 1934-1969
14 Bridges. San Francisco, 1934-1968
14 Bridges. Verrazano-Narrows, 1951-1965
14 Bridges. Pamphlets, 1935-1970
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15 Bridges. General, 1961-1973
15 Briquettes, 1942-1965
15 Brushes, 1942-1960
15 Business history, 1946-1962
15 Cadmium, 1943-1970
15 Calcium, 1939-1970
15 Canals. General, 1935-1967
15 Canals. St. Lawrence Seaway, 1947-1957
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16 Canals. St. Lawrence Seaway, 1958-1969
16 Canning industry, 1946-1968
16 Capacity. General, 1936-1972
16 Capacity. AI&SI. General, 1938-1965
16 Capacity. AI&SI. Blast furnace, 1940-1959
16 Capacity. AI&SI. Coke, 1943-1951
16 Capacity. AI&SI. Steel, 1941-1969
16 Capacity. Steel hearings - TNEC, 1940-1948
16 Capacity. World steel, 1947-1966
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17 Captive mines, 1935-1954
17 Carbides, 1942-1966
17 Carbon, 1940-1965
17 Carburization and decarburization, 1943-1963
17 Cartels, 1933-1966
17 Cast iron, 1935-1969
17 Castings. General, 1949-1973
17 Castings. Iron. General, 1951-1973
17 Castings. Iron. Ductile, 1949-1966
17 Castings. Iron. Gray, 1944-1971
17 Castings. Iron. Gray - Pamphlets, 1948-1973
17 Castings. Iron. Malleable, 1931-1966
17 Castings. Iron. Nodular, 1948-1962
17 Castings. Meehanite, 1940-1961
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18 Castings. Processes. General, 1949-1972
18 Castings. Processes. Centrifugal, 1943-1962
18 Castings. Processes. Continuous, 1944-1973
18 Castings. Processes. Die, 1953-1971
18 Castings. Processes. Pictures, 1937
18 Castings. Processes. Precision, 1946-1972
18 Castings. Processes. Vacuum, 1953-1966
18 Castings. Steel, 1923-1973
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19 Castings. Steel - Pamphlets, 1917-1958
19 Cement, 1937-1969
19 Census, 1945-1973
19 Census - Manufactures, 1860-1969
19 Census - Survey of manufactures, 1958-1959
19 Ceramics and cermets, 1950-1963
19 Ceramics and cermets - Ceramic Forum, 1960-1969
19 Chains, 1919-1970
19 Charcoal, 1937-1961
19 Chemical industry. General, 1936-1966
19 Chemical industry. Statistics, 1945-1954
19 Chemical industry. Pamphlets, 1921-1962
19 Chemical milling, 1959-1962
19 Chemistry in steel, 1923-1961
19 Chips, 1955-1961
19 Chromium, 1927-1974
19 Chromium resources, 1920-1961
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20 Chronologies, 1901-1969
20 Cinder pots, 1952-1954
20 Civil defense, 1950-1970
20 Clad metals, 1941-1972
20 Clad metals - Pamphlets, 1947-1964
20 Cleaning, Metal, 1942-1969
20 Clocks & watches, 1945-1961
20 Coal. General, 1922-1971
20 Coal. Anthracite, 1941-1969
20 Coal. Bibliography, 1948-1954
Box
21 Coal. Gasification, 1925-1952
21 Coal. Machinery, 1922-1969
21 Coal. Marketing News, 1961-1968
21 Coal. Mines, 1921-1971
21 Coal. Preparation, 1916-1969
21 Coal. Resources, 1922-1970
21 Coal. Statistics, 1935-1969
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2121 Coal. Technology, 1916-1958
Box
21 Coal. Uses, 1943-1969
21 Coatings, 1947-1958
21 Cobalt, 1942-1969
21 Cobalt - Cobalt Information Center, 1957-1963
Box
22 Cobalt - Pamphlets, 1924-1970
22 Coils, 1960-1971
22 Coinage, 1950-1965
22 Coke. General, 1918-1973
22 Coke. America Coke and Coal Chemicals Institute, 1954-1959
22 Coke. By-products, 1956-1972
22 Coke. Committee on Coke Oven Practices, 1946
22 Coke. Evaluation, 1923-1963
22 Coke. Ovens. General, 1913-1969
22 Coke. Ovens. Beehive, 1941-1965
22 Coke. Ovens. Design, 1926-1969
22 Coke. Plants, 1941-1971
22 Coke. Process, 1924-1963
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23 Coke. Pamphlets, 1924-1972
23 Cold shaping, 1947-1972
23 Coloring of metals, 1949-1973
23 Communications, 1937-1966
23 Communications - Industrial, 1948-1972
23 Community relations. General, 1946-1969
23 Community relations. Bulletin - Hill & Knowlton, 1953-1958
23 Community relations. Pamphlets, n.d.
23 Companies. General, 1940-1973
23 Companies. Acme Steel Company, 1949-1965
23 Companies. Acme Steel Company - Newport Steel, 1940-1962
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24 Companies. Alan Wood Steel Company, 1930-1970
24 Companies. Allegheny-Ludlum Steel Corp., 1938-1973
24 Companies. Armco Steel Corp. General, 1927-1974
24 Companies. Armco Steel Corp. Catalogs, 1957-1969
24 Companies. Armco Steel Corp. Subsidiaries. National Supply - “Thread Chips”, 1960-1962
24 Companies. Armco Steel Corp. Subsidiaries. Sheffield Steel, 1950-1964
24 Companies. Armco Steel Corp. Subsidiaries. “To Our Friends”, 1949-1960
24 Companies. Atlantic Steel Company, 1950-1974
24 Companies. Babcock & Wilcox Company, 1944-1972
24 Companies. Bethlehem Steel Company. General, 1904-1973
Box
25 Companies. Bethlehem Steel Company. Catalogs - Wire, 1943-1950
25 Companies. Bethlehem Steel Company. Library Bulletin, 1953-1974
25 Companies. Bethlehem Steel Company. Library Bulletin - Technical papers, 1949-1960
25 Companies. Bethlehem Steel Company. Plants. Beaumont, 1950-1953
25 Companies. Bethlehem Steel Company. Plants. Bethlehem, 1950-1956
25 Companies. Bethlehem Steel Company. Plants. Burns Harbor, 1962-1970
25 Companies. Bethlehem Steel Company. Plants. Johnstown, 1936-1962
25 Companies. Bethlehem Steel Company. Plants. Lackawanna, 1952-1968
25 Companies. Bethlehem Steel Company. Plants. Lebanon, 1950-1955
25 Companies. Bethlehem Steel Company. Plants. Pacific Coast, 1954-1968
25 Companies. Bethlehem Steel Company. Plants. Sparrow's Point, 1928-1972
25 Companies. Bethlehem Steel Company. Publications, 1960-1964
25 Companies. Bethlehem Steel Company. Shipbuilding, 1936-1965
25 Companies. Bethlehem Steel Company. Training - Loop Course, 1947-1958
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26 Companies. Bethlehem Steel Company. Pamphlets, 1936-1973
26 Companies. Blaw-Knox Company, 1956-1969
26 Companies. Bliss & Laughlin Company, 1953-1973
26 Companies. A.M. Byers Company, 1949-1969
26 Companies. Carpenter Steel Company, 1939-1971
26 Companies. Carpenter Steel Company - Subsidiaries - Northeastern Steel, 1954-1957
26 Companies. Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company, 1929-1974
26 Companies. Colorado Fuel & Iron Corp. General, 1909-1972
26 Companies. Colorado Fuel & Iron Corp. Subsidiaries.Brooke Iron Company, 1947-1951
26 Companies. Colorado Fuel & Iron Corp. Subsidiaries.John A. Roebling's Sons Corp., 1941-1964
26 Companies. Colorado Fuel & Iron Corp. Subsidiaries.Roebling's - Past Week in Review, 1959-1959
26 Companies. Columbia Steel & Shafting Company, 1955-1969
26 Companies. Continental Steel Corp., 1948-1973
26 Companies. Copperweld Steel Corp., 1940-1973
26 Companies. Crucible Steel Company of America, 1936-1972
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27 Companies. Detroit Steel Corp., 1944-1970
27 Companies. Detroit Steel Corp. - Plants - Portsmouth, 1930-1959
27 Companies. Eastern Stainless Steel Corp., 1950-1970
27 Companies. Fansteel Metallurgical Company, 1950-1970
27 Companies. Firth Stirling Inc., 1945-1966
27 Companies. Follansbee Steel Corp., 1937-1958
27 Companies. Ford Motor Company, 1951-1972
27 Companies. Georgetown Steel Corp., 1967-1974
27 Companies. Globe Iron Company, 1934-1956
27 Companies. Granite City Steel Company, 1950-1972
27 Companies. Granite City Steel Company - Annual reports - Industrial relations, 1959-1971
27 Companies. Green River Steel Company, 1950-1962
27 Companies. M.A. Hanna Company, 1924-1970
27 Companies. M.A. Hanna Company - The Hanna Miner, 1950-1969
27 Companies. Harrisburgh Steel Corp., 1936-1956
27 Companies. Harrisburgh Steel Corp. - Subsidiaries, 1942-1954
27 Companies. Hazelton Steel & Tube Corp., 1951-1952
27 Companies. Heppenstall Company, 1952-1963
27 Companies. Inland Steel Company. General, 1928-1959
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28 Companies. Inland Steel Company. General, 1960-1973
28 Companies. Inland Steel Company. Industrial Relations Abstracts, 1956-1966
28 Companies. Inland Steel Company. Information Bulletin, 1967-1970
28 Companies. Interlake Iron Corp., 1951-1973
28 Companies. International Nickel Company, 1934-1970
28 Companies. Jessop Steel Company, 1948-1973
28 Companies. Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp., 1901-1973
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29 Companies. Joslyn Manufacturing & Supply Company, 1966-1973
29 Companies. Kaiser Steel Corp., 1942-1973
29 Companies. Keystone Steel & Wire Company, 1943-1973
29 Companies. Keystone Steel & Wire Company - Report to Employees, 1948-1961
29 Companies. Laclede Steel Company, 1950-1969
29 Companies. Latrobe Steel Company, 1952-1973
29 Companies. Lone Star Steel Company, 1949-1973
29 Companies. Lone Star Steel Company - E.B. Germany columns, 1961-1962
29 Companies. Lukens Steel Company, 1909-1973
29 Companies. Lukens Steel Company - Pamphlets, 1956-1967
29 Companies. McLouth Steel Company, 1948-1973
29 Companies. Miscellaneous (A-D), 1939-1973
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30 Companies. Miscellaneous (E-Z), 1936-1974
30 Companies. National Steel Corp., 1932-1973
30 Companies. National Steel Corp. Subsidiaries. Great Lakes Steel, 1939-1972
30 Companies. National Steel Corp. Subsidiaries. Midwest Steel, 1959-1962
30 Companies. National Steel Corp. Subsidiaries. Weirton Steel, 1933-1967
30 Companies. Northwestern Steel & Wire Company, 1950-1969
30 Companies. Northwestern Steel & Wire Company - Northwestern News, 1967-1970
30 Companies. Oglebay, Norton & Company, 1954-1970
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31 Companies. Phoenix Steel Company, 1927-1969
31 Companies. Pickands, Mather & Company, 1955-1973
31 Companies. Pittsburgh Steel Company, 1952-1963
31 Companies. H.K. Porter Company, 1947-1972
31 Companies. Rem-Cru Titanium Company, 1950-1957
31 Companies. Republic Steel Corp. General, 1912-1974
31 Companies. Republic Steel Corp. Basic economics, 1950-1953
31 Companies. Republic Steel Corp. Pamphlets, 1935-1973
31 Companies. Joseph T. Ryerson & Son, Inc., 1930-1963
31 Companies. Sharon Steel Corp., 1941-1974
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32 Companies. Superior Steel Company, 1949-1963
32 Companies. Timken Roller Bearing Company, 1950-1973
32 Companies. Union Carbide Corp., 1952-1965
32 Companies. U.S. Pipe & Foundry Company, 1951-1971
32 Companies. U.S. Steel Corp. General, 1911-1973
32 Companies. U.S. Steel Corp. Homes, 1953-1961
32 Companies. U.S. Steel Corp. Library Bulletin, 1961-1971
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33 Companies. U.S. Steel Corp. Plants. General, 1955-1971
33 Companies. U.S. Steel Corp. Plants. Fairless Works, 1928-1969
33 Companies. U.S. Steel Corp. Plants. Gary Works, 1937-1970
33 Companies. U.S. Steel Corp. Plants. Homestead Works, 1947-1965
33 Companies. U.S. Steel Corp. Plants. South Works, 1938-1966
33 Companies. U.S. Steel Corp. Subsidiaries. American Steel & Wire Company, 1936-1962
33 Companies. U.S. Steel Corp. Subsidiaries. Columbia-Geneva, 1936-1969
33 Companies. U.S. Steel Corp. Subsidiaries. Consolidated Western Steel, 1949-1960
33 Companies. U.S. Steel Corp. Subsidiaries. National Tube, 1943-1962
33 Companies. U.S. Steel Corp. Subsidiaries. Oliver Iron Mining, 1950-1962
33 Companies. U.S. Steel Corp. Subsidiaries. Tennessee Coal & Iron, 1915-1964
33 Companies. U.S. Steel Corp. Technical papers - Indexes, 1951-1970
33 Companies. U.S. Steel Corp. USS Sidelights, 1957-1961
33 Companies. U.S. Steel Corp. Pamphlets, 1929-1955
33 Companies. Universal Cyclops Steel Corp, 1950-1973
33 Companies. Valley Mould & Iron Corp., 1958-1966
33 Companies. Vanadium Corp. of America, 1951-1962
33 Companies. Vanadium-Alloys Steel Corp., 1940-1970
33 Companies. Washington Steel Company, 1956-1970
33 Companies. Wheeling Steel Corp., 1940-1974
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34 Companies. Whitney-Apollo Steel Company, 1946-1950
34 Companies. Woodward Iron Company, 1950-1968
34 Companies. Youngstown Steet & Tube Company. General, 1937-1973
34 Companies. Youngstown Steet & Tube Company. Radio editorials, 1948-1952
34 Companies - Pamphlets, 1938-1966
34 Compressed air, 1952-1960
34 Concrete. General, 1946-1973
34 Concrete. Air entrained, 1952-1954
34 Concrete. Masonry, 1943-1956
34 Concrete. Precast, 1950-1961
34 Concrete. Prestressed. PC items, 1964-1971
34 Concrete. Prestressed. Clippings, 1948-1971
34 Concrete. Prestressed. Pamphlets, 1951-1970
34 Concrete. Reinforced. General, 1934-1963
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35 Concrete. Reinforced. Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute, 1964
35 Concrete. Reinforced. Abstracts - OTS, 1957-1959
35 Concrete. Reinforced. Clippings, 1926-1969
35 Concrete. Reinforced. Pamphlets, 1948-1969
35 Concrete. Uses, 1948-1964
35 Concrete. Pamphlets, 1948-1971
35 Conservation, 1943-1973
35 Construction. General, 1940-1972
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36 Construction. General, 1942-1956
36 Construction. American Institute of Steel Construction, 1952-1970
36 Construction. AISC News, 1950-1973
36 Construction. Architecture, 1868-1967
36 Construction. Architectural metal, 1949-1970
36 Construction. Building codes, 1944-1970
36 Construction. Buildings. General, 1948-1973
36 Construction. Buildings. Apartments, 1950-1970
36 Construction. Buildings. Churches, 1950-1968
36 Construction. Buildings. Commercial, 1950-1972
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37 Construction. Buildings. Garages, 1950-1968
37 Construction. Buildings. Hotels, 1951-1968
37 Construction. Buildings. Houses, 1930-1971
37 Construction. Buildings. Houses - Steel frame, 1941-1969
37 Construction. Buildings. Schools, 1953-1972
37 Construction. Buildings. Skyscrapers, 1930-1971
37 Construction. Buildings. Stadiums, 1938-1969
37 Construction. Costs, 1948-1969
37 Construction. Estimates, 1943-1965
37 Construction. Foundations, 1936-1968
37 Construction. Housing, 1942-1973
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38 Construction. Insulation, 1938-1966
38 Construction. Machinery, 1949-1963
38 Construction. Materials, 1946-1966
38 Construction. Modern Designing with Steel (Kaiser), 1954-1963
38 Construction. Prefab buildings, 1946-1971
38 Construction. Prefab houses, 1942-1961
38 Construction. Sandwich, 1956-1963
38 Construction. Scaffolding, 1952-1966
38 Construction. Statistics. General, 1954-1965
38 Construction. Statistics. AISC. General, 1951-1973
38 Construction. Statistics. AISC. Marketing Bulletin, 1960-1973
38 Construction. Statistics. AISC. News From AISC, 1961-1974
38 Construction. Statistics. AISC. Fabricated structural steel bookings & shipments, 1957-1968
38 Construction. Statistics. Bureau of Labor, 1949-1951
38 Construction. Statistics. Dept. of Commerce, 1954-1963
38 Construction. Steel design, 1958-1971
38 Construction. Topping Out, 1952-1969
38 Construction. Pamphlets, 1925-1972
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39 Containers. General, 1942-1970
Containers. Barrels, 1933-1961
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39 Containers. Containers & Packaging, 1958-1973
39 Containers. Drums & pails, 1943-1969
39 Containers. Tin cans. General, 1936-1972
39 Containers. Tin cans. Pamphlets, 1938-1971
39 Containers. Tin cans. Beer & soft drinks, 1935-1970
39 Containers. Tinless cans, 1940-1969
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40 Continuous mills. General, 1936-1965
40 Continuous mills. Diagrams, 1952-1966
40 Continuous mills. Firsts, 1927-1958
40 Conveyors. General, 1947-1966
40 Conveyors. Dock, 1950-1969
40 Conveyors. Glossaries, handbooks, etc., 1948-1962
40 Conveyors. Ohio system, 1949-1956
40 Conveyors. Passenger, 1951-1959
40 Conveyors. Raw materials, 1936-1966
40 Copper. General, 1920-1970
40 Copper. Alloys, 1937-1968
40 Copper. Copper & Brass Bulletin, 1959-1971
40 Copper. Determination on iron & steel, 1945-1955
40 Copper. Production, 1937-1960
40 Copper. Resources, 1941-1959
40 Copper. Standards, 1943-1948
40 Copper. Technical, 1933-1962
40 Copper. Uses, 1937-1961
40 Copper. Pamphlets, 1942-1971
40 Corn, 1943-1944
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41 Corrosion. General, 1934-1971
41 Corrosion. Atmospheric, 1934-1962
41 Corrosion. Buried metals, 1942-1961
41 Corrosion. Chemical, 1944-1962
41 Corrosion. Corrosion Reporter, 1961-1963
41 Corrosion. Costs, 1947-1961
41 Corrosion. Fretting, 1948
41 Corrosion. Galvanic, 1944-1969
41 Corrosion. Nonferrous metals, 1944-1962
41 Corrosion. Pipes, 1908-1960
41 Corrosion. Prevention & protection, 1938-1966
41 Corrosion. Salt water, 1943-1962
41 Corrosion. Stainless steels, 1931-1968
41 Corrosion. Stress, 1945-1961
41 Corrosion. Testing, 1943-1969
41 Corrosion. Water, 1944-1963
41 Corrosion. Pamphlets, 1928-1960
41 Corrugated metal, 1947-1969
41 Cost of living. General, 1938-1966
41 Cost of living. Bureau of Labor, 1943-1967
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42 Cost of living. President's Committee, 1944-1973
42 Costs. General, 1942-1969
42 Costs. Break-even point, 1948-1960
42 Costs. Depreciation, 1962-1967
42 Costs. Depreciation - Pamphlets, 1947-1962
42 Costs. Foundry, 1927-1958
42 Costs. Reduction & control, 1931-1963
42 Costs. Steel, 1914-1969
42 Costs. Steel - Comparison of processes, 1953-1967
42 Costs. Statement of steel executives, 1970
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43 Cotton, 1904-1947
43 Cotton - Bale ties, 1870-ca. 1900
43 Cranes, 1942-1965
43 Cranes - Pamphlets, 1940-1966
43 Crankshafts, 1949-1959
43 Creative thinking, 1956-1963
43 Creep, 1935-1969
43 Crucibles, 1955-1966
43 Crushers, 1943-1953
43 Cryogenics, 1949-1973
43 Crystallization, 1939-1956
43 Curiosity items, 1892-1969
43 Currency, 1936-1967
43 Current Industrial Reports. Aluminum ingot & mill products and Magnesium mill products, 1949-1970
43 Current Industrial Reports. Clay construction products, 1949-1970
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44 Current Industrial Reports. Closures for containers, 1948-1971
44 Current Industrial Reports. Commercial steel forgings, 1945-1966
44 Current Industrial Reports. Construction machinery, 1947-1970
44 Current Industrial Reports. Copper-base mill, 1959-1964
44 Current Industrial Reports. Fans, blowers & unit heaters, 1958-1970
44 Current Industrial Reports. Farm machinery & equipment, 1945-1970
44 Current Industrial Reports. Glass containers, 1949-1970
44 Current Industrial Reports. Heating & cooking equipment, 1968-1970
44 Current Industrial Reports. Iron & steel castings, 1947-1971
44 Current Industrial Reports. Iron & steel foundries & steel ingot products, 1952-1971
44 Current Industrial Reports. Metal cans, 1947-1970
44 Current Industrial Reports. Metalworking machinery, 1956-1970
44 Current Industrial Reports. Nonferrous castings, 1950-1970
44 Current Industrial Reports. Plumbing fixtures, 1946-1970
44 Current Industrial Reports. Refractories, 1947-1971
44 Current Industrial Reports. Steel mill products, 1950-1970
44 Current Industrial Reports. Steel shipping barrels, drums & pails, 1934-1969
44 Current Industrial Reports. Tractors, 1946-1964
44 Current Industrial Reports. Truck trailers, 1957-1970
44 Current Industrial Reports. Typewriters, 1956-1969
44 Curtain walls, 1947-1959
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45 Curtain walls - Pamphlets, 1953-1960
45 Cutlery, 1884-1963
45 Cutting. General, 1945-1970
45 Cutting. Flame, 1945-1963
45 Cutting. Fluids, 1949-1966
45 Cutting. Tools, 1950-1972
45 Dams, 1933-1969
45 Data processing, 1958-1963
45 Data processing - Pamphlets, 1958-1968
45 Dates & times (Time zones and DST), n.d.
45 Deep drawing, 1943-1959
45 Degassing, 1957-1971
45 Demand for steel, 1943-1966
45 Demolition, 1950-1962
45 Deoxidation, 1928-1968
45 Descaling, 1943-1962
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46 Desulphurization, 1927-1973
46 Detinning, 1941-1953
46 Diamonds, 1896-1965
46 Diamonds - Pamphlets, 1949-1962
46 Dies, 1939-1967
46 Distribution. General, 1922-1963
46 Distribution. Association of Steel Distributors (Clippings), 1950-1968
46 Distribution. Bibliography, 1946-1953
46 Distribution. Data guide (Dept. of Commerce), 1954
46 Distribution. Miscellaneous, 1930-1957
46 Distribution. Statistics - Census, 1947-1962
46 Diversification, 1954-1970
46 Docks, 1943-1973
46 Documentation, 1957-1973
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47 Documentation,, 1957-1967
47 Domes, 1951-1965
47 Drawing, 1937-1965
47 Dredges, 1936-1960
47 Drilling - Offshore, 1965-1969
47 Drill steels, 1940-1968
47 Duplexing process, 1916-1948
47 Economic systems, 1936-1969
47 Economics. General, 1933-1956
Box
48 Economics. General, 1925-1975
48 Economics. Pamphlets, 1930-1961
Box
49 Economics. Miscellaneous, 1949-1957
49 Economics. Bibliography, 1947-1954
49 Economics. Business cycles, 1961-1963
49 Economics. Charts, 1938-1952
49 Economics. Depression, 1949-1966
49 Economics. Education, 1944-1970
49 Economics. Government, 1936-1969
49 Economics. Inflation, 1960-1974
Box
50 Economics. Inflation - Pamphlets, 1951-1967
50 Economics. Speeches, 1949-1972
50 Economics. Steel, 1935-1962
Box
51 Economics. Steel, 1962-1966
51 Economics. Steel. Capacity, 1947-1957
51 Economics. Steel. Financial analysis (incl. Iron Age annual), 1931-1973
51 Economics. Steel. Financial analysis (incl. Steel annual), 1926-1969
51 Economics. Steel. Forecasts, 1950-1958
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52 Economics. Steel. Forecasts, 1955-1974
52 Educational materials, 1937-1973
52 Educational material - AI&SI, 1951-1955
52 Electrical steel, 1950-1970
52 Electricity. General, 1936-1966
52 Electricity. Appliances, 1949-1967
Box
53 Electricity. Appliances - Statistics ( Electrical Merchandising), 1951-1971
53 Electricity. Steel mills, 1922-1965
53 Electrodes, 1936-1972
53 Electrodes - Welding, 1943-1960
53 Electroforming, 1951-1963
53 Electrolytic polishing, 1940-1961
53 Electronics, 1942-1961
53 Electroplating, 1936-1962
53 Elevators, 1947-1965
53 Embrittlement, 1941-1971
53 Enameled metal, 1938-1962
53 Engineering. General, 1938-1972
Box
54 Engineering. Pamphlets, 1908-1972
54 Engineering. Engineers' Council for Professional Development, 1944-1971
54 Engineering. The Engineering Foundation, 1931-1971
54 Engineering. Materials, 1944-1960
54 Engines, 1912-1972
54 Engines - Diesel, 1938-1960
54 Equipment. General, 1895-1962
54 Equipment. New, 1941-1962
54 Equipment. Renting, 1954-1955
54 Etching of steel, 1959-1962
54 Expanded metals, 1950-1961
54 Explosives, 1951-1960
54 Extrusion. General, 1954-1968
54 Extrusion. Cold, 1946-1967
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55 Extrusion. Hot, 1949-1959
55 Fabricated metals, 1946-1969
55 Fabricated metals - Pamphlets, 1945-1964
55 Fairs. General, 1946-1967
55 Fairs. New York World's Fair, 1964-1965
55 Fasteners. General, 1944-1973
55 Fasteners. Bolts & nuts, 1905-1972
55 Fasteners. Bolts & nuts - Pamphlets, 1941-1960
55 Fasteners. Rivets, 1944-1962
55 Fasteners. Screws, 1872-1970
55 Fatigue, 1929-1972
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56 Federal Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company, 1941-1942
56 Federal Trade Commission, 1926-1970
56 Federal Trade Commission - Hearings, 1930-1950
56 Feldspar, 1949-1965
56 Ferrites, 1957-1969
56 Ferroalloys, 1942-1974
56 Ferroalloys - Pamphlets, 1935-1970
56 Ferromanganese, 1876-1963
56 Fiber metallurgy, 1957-1964
56 Files, 1947-1963
56 Films. General, 1947-1966
56 Films. Catalogues, 1966-1973
56 Films. Iron & steel, 1946-1972
56 Films. Iron & steel - Disney, 1965
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57 Films. Pamphlets, 1952-1965
57 Films. Iron & steel - Pamphlets, 1951-1970
57 Films. Micro, 1949-1974
57 Finishing process, 1943-1971
57 Finishing process - Pamphlets, 1940-1971
57 Fire, 1937-1972
57 Fireplaces, 1950-1969
57 Fish hooks, 1940-1954
57 Flags, 1952-1953
57 Flakes, 1938-1959
57 Floods, 1936-1967
57 Flooring, 1932-1971
57 Flue dust, 1921-1958
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58 Fluorspar, 1922-1969
58 Fluorspar - Pamphlets, 1922-1972
58 Fluxes, 1930-1960
58 Foil, 1964-1970
58 Food industry, 1944-1969
58 Forging. General, 1945-1970
58 Forging. Drop, 1946-1962
58 Forging. History, 1896-1958
58 Forging. Plants, 1951-1970
58 Forging. Pamphlets, 1962-1970
58 Forming, 1952-1969
58 Forming - Explosives, 1959-1963
58 Foundries. General, 1946-1973
58 Foundries. American Foundrymen's Society, 1954-1972
58 Foundries. Ford Motor Company, 1952-1958
58 Foundries. Iron, 1943-1972
58 Foundries. Iron - Gray, 1951-1974
58 Foundries. Iron - Gray Iron Founders' Society, 1949-1959
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59 Foundries. Iron - Gray Iron Founders' Society, 1959-1972
59 Foundries. Iron - Gray - Statistics, 1950-1973
59 Foundries. Steel, 1953-1958
59 Foundries. Steel Founders' Society, 1952-1971
59 Foundries. Steel - Pamphlets, 1940-1966
59 Fracture, 1924-1968
59 Fuels. Steel industry, 1922-1973
59 Fuels. Clippings, 1938-1972
59 Fuels. Pamphlets, 1916-1964
59 Furnaces. Bessamer. General, 1855-1962
59 Furnaces. Bessamer. AI&SI report, n.d.
59 Furnaces. Bessamer. Basic, 1938-1962
59 Furnaces. Bessamer. Pictures, n.d.
59 Furnaces. Bessamer. Pneumatic process, 1956-1960
59 Furnaces. Bessamer. Pamphlets, 1943-1960
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60 Furnaces. Blast. General, 1930-1972
60 Furnaces. Blast. Bibliography, 1871-1966
60 Furnaces. Blast. Design, 1916-1961
60 Furnaces. Blast. Design - Pamphlets, 1916-1966
60 Furnaces. Blast. Gas cleaning, 1924-1966
60 Furnaces. Blast. High pressure, 1935-1960
60 Furnaces. Blast. Linings, 1918-1966
60 Furnaces. Blast. Low shaft, 1951-1960
60 Furnaces. Blast. Pictures, 1930-1958
60 Furnaces. Blast. Practice, 1936-1966
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61 Furnaces. Blast. Practice - Pamphlets, 1934-1969
61 Furnaces. Blast. Slag, 1937-1969
61 Furnaces. Cupola, 1934-1967
61 Furnaces. Electric. General, 1936-1977
61 Furnaces. Electric. Bibliography, 1936-1971
61 Furnaces. Electric. Heroult, 1953-1963
61 Furnaces. Electric. History, 1884-1957
61 Furnaces. Electric. Lectromelt, 1925-1953
61 Furnaces. Electric arc, 1940-1970
Box
62 Furnaces. Electric pig, 1929-1968
62 Furnaces. Electric vs. open hearth, 1951-1959
62 Furnaces. Names, 1914-1957
62 Furnaces. Open hearth. General, 1918-1972
62 Furnaces. Open hearth. Acid, 1920-1962
62 Furnaces. Open hearth. Basic, 1911-1961
62 Furnaces. Open hearth. Bibliography, 1920-1951
62 Furnaces. Open hearth. Bottoms, 1946-1962
62 Furnaces. Open hearth. Charging, 1931-1963
62 Furnaces. Open hearth. Checkers, 1923-1961
62 Furnaces. Open hearth. Combustion, 1936-1957
62 Furnaces. Open hearth. Controls, 1922-1960
62 Furnaces. Open hearth. Design, 1921-1964
62 Furnaces. Open hearth. Jet tapping, 1949-1953
62 Furnaces. Open hearth. Practice, 1903-1972
62 Furnaces. Open hearth. Repair & maintenance, 1940-1963
62 Furnaces. Oxygen. General, 1953-1969
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63 Furnaces. Oxygen. General, 1954-1974
63 Furnaces. Oxygen. Ajax process, 1958-1961
63 Furnaces. Oxygen. Kaldo process, 1956-1967
63 Furnaces. Oxygen. LD process, 1963-1968
63 Furnaces. Oxygen. LD process - Newsletter, 1962-1973
63 Furnaces. Oxygen. OLP process, 1958-1963
63 Furnaces. Oxygen. Q-bops, 1971-1973
63 Furnaces. Plasma arc, 1962-1969
63 Furnaces. Steelmaking, 1916-1971
63 Furnaces. Turbo-hearth, 1949-1962
63 Furniture - Metal, 1892-1967
63 Gages, 1942-1966
63 Gallium, 1949-1965
63 Gallium - Bibliography, 1885-1950
Box
64 Galvanizing. General, 1874-1973
64 Galvanizing. Bibliography, 1950-1958
64 Galvanizing. Continuous, 1947-1967
64 Galvanizing. Continuous - Sendzimer, 1950-1963
64 Galvanizing. Electro, 1936-1961
64 Galvanizing. Hot dip, 1936-1973
64 Galvanizing. Hot dip - Bibliography, 1936-1938
64 Gas industry, 1923-1964
64 Gas industry - Low pressure, 1949-1962
64 Gas industry - Natural, 1936-1967
64 Gas - Natural - Pamphlets, 1931-1968
64 Gas alloying, 1960
64 Gears, 1935-1961
64 Geology, 1938-1970
64 Geophysical Year, 1957-1958
64 Germanium, 1944-1965
64 Gilsonite, 1957-1958
64 Glass, 1941-1962
64 Glass - Pamphlets, 1948-1964
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65 Glycerine, 1945-1960
65 Gold, 1948-1969
65 Government relations, 1965
65 Grain size, 1943-1961
65 Graphite, 1943-1967
65 Grinding, 1930-1963
65 Grinding - Abrasives, 1936-1972
65 Gypsum, 1944-1970
65 Hard facing materials, 1947-1957
65 Hardness, 1938-1973
65 Hardware, 1873-1966
65 Heat flow, 1941-1960
65 Heat treating. General, 1922-1973
65 Heat treating. Annealing, 1938-1969
Box
66 Heat treating. Annealing - Continuous, 1933-1969
66 Heat treating. Bibliography, 1880-1959
66 Heat treating. Case hardening, 1943-1965
66 Heat treating. Case hardening - Carburizing, 1929-1961
66 Heat treating. Case hardening - Nitriding, 1931-1970
66 Heat treating. Controlled atmosphere, 1938-1965
66 Heat treating. Pamphlets, 1920-1960
66 Industrial relations. General, 1938-1973
66 Industrial relations. Arbitration, 1961-1969
66 Industrial relations. Bibliographies, 1939-1968
66 Industrial relations. Careers, 1956-1971.
66 Industrial relations. Collective bargaining, 1949-1969
66 Industrial relations. Collective bargaining - Steel industry, 1945-1967
66 Industrial relations. Discrimination, 1965-1973
66 Industrial relations. Educational aid, 1960
66 Industrial relations. Employee attitudes, 1951-1973
66 Industrial relations. Employee communications, 1956-1971
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67 Industrial relations. Executive development, 1962
67 Industrial relations. Fact finding, 1949-1952
67 Industrial relations. Foreign, 1959-1969
67 Industrial relations. Foreign labor, 1955-1972
67 Industrial relations. Glossaries, 1953-1960
67 Industrial relations. International Labour Organisation, 1946-1956
67 Industrial relations. Insurance - Unemployment, 1948-1966
67 Industrial relations. Legislation, 1935-1969
67 Industrial relations. Legislation - Fair Labor Standards Act, 1935-1970
67 Industrial relations. Recruitment, 1952-1969
67 Industrial relations. Safety, 1958-1973
67 Industrial relations. Strikes, 1922-1968
67 Industrial relations. Strikes - Early, 1946-1962
67 Industrial relations. Training, 1964-1972
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68 Industrial relations. Unions, 1934-1970
68 Industrial relations. Unions - Bibliography, 1954-1960
68 Industrial relations. Wages. General, 1930-1986
68 Industrial relations. Wages. 1947 Nathan Report, 1937-1955
68 Industrial relations. Wages. Guaranteed, 1946-1963
68 Industrial relations. Wages. Guaranteed - Bibliography, 1938-1955
68 Industrial relations. Wages. Minimum, 1936-1961
68 Industrial relations. Wages. Payment plans, 1936-1951
68 Industrial relations. Wages. Women in industry, 1942-1969
68 Industrial relations. Wages. Workmen's compensation, 1966-1969
68 Infrared heat, 1946-1963
68 Ingots. General, 1903-1967
68 Ingots. Dornin process, 1947-1954
68 Ingots. Electric, 1954-1961
Box
69 Ingots. Pamphlets, 1915-1959
69 Injection process, 1952-1963
69 Instrumentation, 1936-1964
69 Instrumentation - Pamphlets, 1954-1967
69 Inventions, 1927-1958
69 Inventories, 1956-1970
69 Inventories - Bureau of Census, 1962-1970
69 Inventories - Industrial Survey, 1967-1970
69 Ion exchange, 1952-1955
69 Investments - Foreign, 1954-1969
Box
70 Iron. Alloy, 1930-1969
70 Iron. Alpha & casting, 1957-1966
70 Iron. Germs, 1939-1940
70 Iron. Gray, 1938-1970
70 Iron. History. General, 1640-1973
70 Iron. History. Great Britain, 1665-1971
70 Iron. History. United States, 1814-1968
70 Iron. History. Pamphlets, 1957-1961
70 Iron. M