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Lukens, Rebecca W. -- (Rebecca Webb), -- 1794-1854 (6)
Huston, A. F. -- (Abram Francis), -- 1852-1930 (4)
Huston, Charles Lukens, -- 1856-1951 (4)
Huston, Stewart, -- 1898-1971 (4)
Lukens Steel Company (4)
Huston family (3)
Huston, Charles L. -- (Charles Lukens), -- 1906-1982 (3)
Huston, Charles, -- 1822-1897 (3)
Lukens, Rebecca W. (Rebecca Webb), 1794-1854. (3)
Wolcott, Robert W. -- (Robert Wilson), -- 1892-1982 (3)
Alunite -- Utah (2)
American Iron and Steel Institute (2)
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (2)
Atlantic Iron Works (Norfolk, Va.) (2)
Baldwin Locomotive Works (2)
Baldwin Locomotive Works. (2)
Bancroft and Sellers (Philadelphia, Pa.) (2)
Belmont Iron Works (Philadelphia, Pa.) (2)
Bethlehem Steel Company (2)
Boiler-plates (2)
Boilers (2)
By-Products Steel Corporation (2)
Chester County (Pa.) Industries (2)
Coatesville (Pa.) -- History (2)
Coatesville (Pa.) Industries (2)
Coatesville (Pa.)--History. (2)
Corliss Steam Engine Company (2)
Corliss Steam Engine Company. (2)
Erie City Iron Works (2)
Fairmount Machine Works (Philadelphia, Pa.) (2)
Florence Mining and Milling Company (2)
Franklin Iron Works (Reading, Pa.) (2)
Gibbons, Abraham, 1812-1895 (2)
Huston, Charles Lukens, 1856-1951. (2)
Huston, Charles, 1822-1897. (2)
Huston, Isabella Pennock, 1822-1889 (2)
Huston, Penrose & Company (2)
Huston, Stewart, 1898-1971. (2)
Industrial relations (2)
Iron industry and trade -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia (2)
J. Wood & Bros. (Conshohocken, Pa.) (2)
Jacobs-Shupert United States Firebox Company (2)
Locomotive boilers (2)
Lukens Iron and Steel Company (2)
Lukens family (2)
Lukens, Charles, -- 1786-1825 (2)
Lukens, Charles, 1786-1825. (2)
Lukenweld, Inc (2)
Metal cladding (2)
Metallurgy (2)
1Title:  Rebecca Webb Lukens bicentennial 1794-1994   
 Creator:  Greystone Society 
 Publication:  Graystone Society, Coatesville, Pa, c1994. 
 Notes:  Title from cover. Contains Lukens family tree on inside back cover. 
 Extent:  11 p. : ill., map, ports. ; 26 cm. 
 Subjects:  Lukens, Rebecca W. -- (Rebecca Webb), -- 1794-1854 | Brandywine Iron Works (Coatesville, Pa.) -- History | Lukens family | Iron-works -- Pennsylvania -- Coatesville | Industrialists -- United States -- Biography | Women industrialists -- United States -- Biography

 
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3Title:  Huston family papers, 1718-1971   
 Creator:  Huston, Stewart, 1898-1971 
 Notes:  The collection assembled by Stewart Huston reflects his interest in genealogy and family history. It consists primarily of genealogical data collected by him on the Armour, Beheathland, Bernard, Buchanan, Coates, Dade, Fleming, Huston, Irick, Leaken, Lomax, Lukens, MacGregor, Massey, Mendenhall, Pennock, Reid, Stewart, Washington, Webb, and Welman families. Members of Huston's paternal line were primarily Quaker settlers of the Delaware Valley, while his maternal ancestors came from Georgia. The records include genealogical notes, copies of wills, deeds and inventories, correspondence, biographical data, newsclippings and estate papers. Among the more interesting items are a typescript of the autobiography of Rebecca Webb (Pennock) Lukens, Stewart Huston's great-grandmother; also her agreements for the production of boiler plate, work contracts and cancelled checks (1826-1828); copies and extracts of papers of Isabella Pennock Lukens Huston, including reminiscences of political rallies during the campaigns of 1840 and 1844; a typescript of the journal of Elizabeth Webb (1697-1699); 5 Civil War letters of William A. Reid of Savannah, Ga.; family papers and 5 patents of Charles Lukens Huston; business agreements of Charles Lukens; estate papers of Dr. Robert Mendenhall Huston; and about 135 items pertaining to the Lukens Steel Company. 
 Extent:  3.75 linear ft. 
 Subjects:  Coates family -- Genealogy | Huston, A. F. -- (Abram Francis), -- 1852-1930 | Huston, Charles, -- 1822-1897 | Huston, Charles Lukens, -- 1856-1951 | Huston, Isabella Pennock, 1822-1889 | Huston, Robert M. -- (Robert Mendenhall), -- 1795-1864 | Huston, Stewart, -- 1898-1971 | Huston family | Irick family Genealogy | Lukens, Charles, -- 1786-1825 | Lukens, Rebecca W. -- (Rebecca Webb), -- 1794-1854 | Lukens family | Mendenhall family -- Genealogy | Pennock family -- Genealogy | Reid family Genealogy | Stewart family Genealogy | Webb, Elizabeth, -- 1663-1726 | Lukens Steel Company | Wilmington and Reading Railroad Company | Iron industry and trade -- Pennsylvania | Mills and mill-work | Patents -- Iron industry and trade | Presidents -- Election -- 1840 | Presidents -- Election -- 1844 | Quakers | Society of Friends | Coatesville (Pa.) -- History | Pennsylvania -- Iron industry and trade | United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Personal narratives, Confederate

 
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4Title:  Betts & Seal records   
 Publication:  Hagley Museum and Library: Manuscripts and Archives Department 1828-1867 
 Extent:  9.5 linear feet 
 Subjects:  Alan Wood & Brother. | Alan Wood & Company. | Apprentices. | Atlantic Iron Works (Norfolk, Va.) | Baldwin Locomotive Works. | Bancroft and Sellers (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Bancroft, Joseph, 1803-1874. | Bancroft, Samuel, 1804-1891. | Betts & Seal. | Betts & Stotsenburg. | Betts, Edward, 1825-1917. | Betts, Harlan & Hollingsworth. | Betts, Jesse, 1764-1854. | Betts, Mahlon, 1795-1867. | Betts, Pusey & Company. | Betts, Pusey & Harlan. | Betts, Pusey, Jones & Seal. | Bidermann, James Antoine, 1790-1865. | Brass founding. | Bush & Lobdell. | C. & J. Marshall. | Cabeen & Company. | Camden Iron Manufacturing Company. | Cast-iron. | Catasauqua Manufacturing Company. | Charles B. Campbell & Company. | Charles I. du Pont & Company. | Charles Warner & Company. | Corliss Steam Engine Company. | Crozer, John. P. (John Price), 1793-1866. | Dean, Joseph, 1784-1861. | Delaware Iron Works. | Diamond State Rolling Mill. | Du Pont, Alfred Victor, 1798-1856. | Du Pont, Charles I. (Charles Irénée), 1797-1869. | Du Pont, Lammot, 1831-1884. | E. & A. Betts. | E. Betts & Company. | E. Haldeman & Company. | E.C. Stotsenburg & Son. | E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. | Fairmount Machine Works (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Ferris & Garrett. | Foundries--Delaware. | Franklin Iron Works (Reading, Pa.) | Garrett, William E. (William Evans), 1798?-1885. | Geyelin, Emile C. (Emile Camile), 1828?-1900. | Gibbons, Richard P. (Richard Pim), 1819-1904. | Great Central Fair for the United States Sanitary Commission (1864 Philadelphia, Pa.) | Haines, Barclay. | Harlan & Hollingsworth. | Harlan, John P. (John Paxson), 1809-1860. | Harlan, Samuel, 1808-1883. | Harvey, Edmund A., 1821-1911. | Hollingsworth, Elijah, 1806-1866. | Hollingsworth, Harvey & Company. | Hoopes & Townsend. | Iron and steel workers--Delaware--19th century. | Iron industry and trade. | Iron molders. | Iron-founding. | J. Morton Poole & Company. | J. Pusey & Sons. | J. Wood & Bros. (Conshohocken, Pa.) | Jackson & Sharp. | Jenks, Alfred, b. ca. 1794. | Jessup & Moore. | Jessup, Augustus E. | Jones, John, 1818-1897. | Joseph Bancroft & Sons. | Lammot, Daniel, 1782-1877. | Leiper, George Gray, 1786-1868. | Lobdell, George G., 1818-1894. | Lukens, Rebecca W. (Rebecca Webb), 1794-1854. | Marshall, Phillips & Company. | Marshallton Iron Works. | McComb, Henry S., 1825-1881. | McCullough Iron Company. | Mendenhall, Joseph, 1809-1880. | Merrick & Sons. | Miller & Allen, Machinists & Engineers (Chester, Pa.) | Mills and mill-work. | Moore, Charles, 1807-1890. | Nathan Trotter & Company. | National Iron Armor & Ship Building Company. | Novelty Iron Works. | Pascal Iron Works (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad Company. | Poole, J. Morton (John Morton), 1812-1879. | Price, James E., 1842-1919. | Pusey & Jones. | Pusey, Jacob, 1792-1871. | Pusey, Jonas, 1791-1851. | Pusey, Jones & Betts. | Pusey, Jones & Company. | Pusey, Joshua L., 1820-1891. | Pusey, Samuel N., 1814-1885. | Railroads--Cars--Wheels. | Reaney, Son & Archbold. | Riddle & Maxwell. | Riddle, James, 1803-1873. | Ripka, Joseph, 1788-1864. | Rockland Manufacturing Company. | Schuylkill Iron Works. | Seal, Joshua, 1820-1896. | Sellers Brothers. | Sellers, John, b. 1826. | Shafting. | South Boston Iron Company. | Stotsenburg, Evan. C. (Evan Canning), 1807-1882. | Tatnall & Lea. | Tatnall, Edward, 1782-1856. | Tatnall, Henry L. (Henry Lea), 1829-1885. | Tatnall, Joseph, 1816-1895. | Trimble, Isaac Ridgeway, 1802-1888. | Wages--Foundrymen. | Warner, Charles, 1816-1891. | William Lea & Company. | Wilmington (Del.)--Foundries. | Wood & Lukens (McKeesport, Pa.) | Wood, Alan, 1800-1881. | Wood, Thomas, 1814-. | Wood, W. Dewees (Waters Dewees), 1826-1899.

 
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5Title:  Lukens Steel Company records   
 Publication:  Hagley Museum and Library: Manuscripts and Archives Department 1798-1993 
 Extent:  720 linear feet; 3 microfilm reels; 5,390 photographs 
 Subjects:  A. Gibbons, Jr., & Company. | African American iron and steel workers. | Alloys. | Alunite--Utah. | Baldwin Locomotive Works. | Bath Iron Works, Ltd. | Belmont Iron Works (Philadelphia, Pa.). | Bethlehem Steel Company. | Blast furnaces--Virginia. | Boiler-plates. | Boilers. | Brandywine Iron Works (Coatesville, Pa.). | Brandywine Iron Works and Nail Factory (Coatesville, Pa.). | By-Products Steel Corporation. | Charles Huston & Sons. | Chester County (Pa.)--Industries. | Child labor. | Coal mines and mining--West Virginia. | Coatesville (Pa.)--History. | Coatesville (Pa.)--Industries. | Coatesville Relief Association. | Collective bargaining--Iron industry. | Collective bargaining--Steel industry. | Company stores. | Corliss Steam Engine Company. | Cornell Steamboat Company. | Electric welding. | Federal Slitting Mill (Rokeby, Pa.). | Florence Mining and Milling Company. | General Boat Works, Inc. | Gibbons & Huston. | Gibbons, Abraham, 1812-1895. | Huston & Penrose. | Huston, A. F., (Abram Francis),), 1852-1930. | Huston, Charles L., (Charles Lukens),), 1906-1982. | Huston, Charles Lukens, 1856-1951. | Huston, Charles, 1822-1897. | Huston, Penrose & Company. | Huston, Stewart, 1898-1971. | Industrial accidents. | Industrial relations. | Industrial safety. | Iron and steel workers--Pennsylvania. | Iron foundries. | Iron industry and trade--Health aspects. | Iron industry and trade--Pennsylvania--Chester County. | Iron industry and trade--Pennsylvania--Philadelphia. | Iron, Structural. | Iron-works--Pennsylvania--Chester County. | Jacobs-Shupert United States Firebox Company. | Kemble & Warner. | Kemble, Peter, 1825-1887. | Kemble, William, 1795?-1881. | Lancaster Locomotive Works. | Laurel Iron Works (Newlin, Pa. : Township). | Lehigh Valley Railroad Company. | Locomotive boilers. | Lukens Co-operative Store, Ltd. | Lukens Coal Company, Inc. | Lukens Erecting Company, Inc. | Lukens Iron Works (Coatesville, Pa.). | Lukens Iron and Steel Company. -- Form subdivision--Archives.; | Lukens Steel Company--Form subdivision--Archives. | Lukens, Charles, 1786-1825. | Lukens, Inc.--Form subdivision--Archives. | Lukens, Rebecca W. (Rebecca Webb), 1794-1854. | Lukenweld, Inc. | Manley & Cooper Manufacturing Company. | Mechanical engineering. | Metal cladding. | Metallurgy. | Metals--Finishing. | Norris Locomotive Works. | Open-hearth furnaces. | Open-hearth process. | Paternalism. | Pennock, Isaac, 1767-1824. | Penrose, Charles, d. 1882. | Plates, Iron and steel. | Potash industry and trade--Utah. | Puddling-furnaces. | Puddling. | Pusey, Jones & Company. | R.W. Lukens & Company. | Research, Industrial. | Rolling-mills--Pennsylvania--Chester County. | Steam locomotives--Fireboxes. | Steam-boilers, Marine. | Steam-boilers. | Steel industry and trade--Health aspects. | Steel industry and trade--Pennsylvania--Chester County. | Steel plate industry. | Steel, Structural. | Steel--Welding. | Steel-works--Pennsylvania--Chester County. | Steel. | Steele & Worth. | Steele, Hugh E. (Hugh Exton), 1815-1874. | Strikes and lockouts--Iron industry. | Strikes and lockouts--Steel Industry. | Thomas Iron Company. | Trade associations. | Triadelphia Iron Works (Coatesville, Pa.). | Utah--Alunite. | Utah--Potash industry and trade. | Voluntary employees' beneficiary associations. | Wages--Iron and steel workers. | Water-power. | Wawasset Beneficial Society. | Winans, Ross, 1796-1877. | Wolcott, Robert W. (Robert Wilson), 1892-1982. | Worth Brothers Company. | Wrought-iron.

 
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6Title:  Records, 1798-1993   
 Creator:  Lukens Steel Company 
 Notes:  The Lukens Steel Company archive documents all aspects of the company's business from the early 19th century through the 1970s. NOTE: A portion of these records are located in remote storage. Please allow at least 24 hours for retrieval. 
 Extent:  720 linear ft. 
 Subjects:  Gibbons, Abraham, 1812-1895 | Huston, A. F. -- (Abram Francis), -- 1852-1930 | Huston, Charles, -- 1822-1897 | Huston, Charles Lukens, -- 1856-1951 | Huston, Charles L. -- (Charles Lukens), -- 1906-1982 | Huston, Stewart, -- 1898-1971 | Kemble, Peter, -- 1825-1887 | Kemble, William, -- 1795?-1881 | Lukens, Charles, -- 1786-1825 | Lukens, Rebecca W. -- (Rebecca Webb), -- 1794-1854 | Pennock, Isaac, 1767-1824 | Penrose, Charles, -- d. 1882 | Steele, Hugh E. -- (Hugh Exton), -- 1815-1874 | Winans, Ross, -- 1796-1877 | Wolcott, Robert W. -- (Robert Wilson), -- 1892-1982 | A. Gibbons, Jr., & Company | Baldwin Locomotive Works | Bath Iron Works, Ltd | Belmont Iron Works (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Bethlehem Steel Company | Brandywine Iron Works (Coatesville, Pa.) | Brandywine Iron Works and Nail Factory (Coatesville, Pa.) | By-Products Steel Corporation | Charles Huston & Sons | Coatesville Relief Association | Corliss Steam Engine Company | Cornell Steamboat Company | Federal Slitting Mill (Rokeby, Pa.) | Florence Mining and Milling Company | General Boat Works, Inc | Gibbons & Huston | Huston & Penrose | Huston, Penrose & Company | Jacobs-Shupert United States Firebox Company | Kemble & Warner | Lancaster Locomotive Works | Laurel Iron Works (Newlin, Pa. : Township) | Lehigh Valley Railroad Company | Lukens Coal Company, Inc | Lukens Co-operative Store, Ltd | Lukens Erecting Company, Inc | Lukens, Inc | Lukens Iron and Steel Company | Lukens Iron Works (Coatesville, Pa.) | Lukens Steel Company | Lukenweld, Inc | Manley & Cooper Manufacturing Company | Norris Locomotive Works | Pusey, Jones & Company | R.W. Lukens & Company | Steele & Worth | Thomas Iron Company | Triadelphia Iron Works (Coatesville, Pa.) | Wawasset Beneficial Society | Worth Brothers Company | African American iron and steel workers | Alloys | Alunite -- Utah | Blast furnaces -- Virginia | Boiler-plates | Boilers | Child labor | Coal mines and mining -- West Virginia | Collective bargaining -- Iron industry | Collective bargaining -- Steel industry | Company stores | Electric welding | Industrial accidents | Industrial relations | Industrial safety | Iron, Structural | Iron and steel workers -- Pennsylvania | Iron foundries | Iron industry and trade -- Health aspects | Iron industry and trade -- Pennsylvania -- Chester County | Iron-works -- Pennsylvania -- Chester County | Locomotive boilers | Mechanical engineering | Metal cladding | Metallurgy | Metals -- Finishing | Open-hearth furnaces | Open-hearth process | Paternalism | Plates, Iron and steel | Potash industry and trade -- Utah | Puddling | Puddling-furnaces | Research, Industrial | Rolling-mills -- Pennsylvania -- Chester County | Steam-boilers | Steam-boilers, Marine | Steam locomotives -- Fireboxes | Steel | Steel -- Welding | Steel industry and trade -- Health aspects | Steel industry and trade -- Pennsylvania -- Chester County | Steel plate industry | Steel, Structural | Steel-works -- Pennsylvania -- Chester County | Strikes and lockouts -- Iron industry | Strikes and lockouts -- Steel Industry | Trade associations | Voluntary employees' beneficiary associations | Wages -- Iron and steel workers | Water-power | Wrought-iron | Chester County (Pa.) Industries | Coatesville (Pa.) -- History | Coatesville (Pa.) Industries | Iron industry and trade -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia | Utah -- Alunite | Utah -- Potash industry and trade

 
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7Title:  Records, 1828-1867   
 Creator:  Betts & Seal 
 Notes:  The records of Betts & Seal cover the operation of the foundry from 1828 to 1867. the result is a rare time-capsule look at the workings of a small but innovative foundry during the first phase of American industrialization. As might be expected of a small, one-building operation, account books predominate. There is, however, one wage book covering the years 1848-1868; other enteries for wages are scattered through the other account books. The latter also contain data on the partners' earnings and expenses, business travel, inventory and furnance operations. They record the purchase of scrap iron and brass for remelting, coal and charcoal for fuel, oyster shells for flux, and moulding sand from Dutchess County, N.Y., and Gloucester County, N.J. The Works Diaries are actually a kind of daily accounting journal with notations of castings made with the weight in pounds. The cupola account (1851-1867, incomplete) shows the consumption of raw materials and the output of the melting furnance. The Debit Ledger No. 2 (1844-1846) contains an apprenticeship agreement for E. B. Taggart. The Order Books (1828-1849) are a chronological list of orders, usually with dimensioned sketches of the pieces to be made. These include gears, pulleys, shafts, flywheels, axles, pipe, flywheels, anchors, railroad car wheels and pump parts. The records render a good description of the relationship among different partners in the firm and between the firm and its workers, customers and suppliers. The foundry's customer list reads like a who's who of early New Castle County industries, including the Du Pont Company powder mills, the textile mills of the Bancrofts, Deans, Puseys and Riddles, the paper mills of Jessup & Moore, turbine inventor Emile Geyelin and the iron works of the Alan Wood family. Of course, the partners dealt heavily with businesses owned by related families such as Harlan & Hollingsworth and Pusey & Jones. The firm also enjoyed good trade with the millowners along the streams lying between Wilmington and Philadelphia, such as the Crozers, Leipers, Daniel Lammot, and even Joseph Ripka of Manayunk, the Baldwin Locomotive Works, Thomas Wood's Fairmount Machine Works, and the new metalworking industries of Chester. Its long-distance trade is skewed to the south--to points around the Chesapeake basin--rather than to the north and east, which were well-supplied with foundries of their own. Even so, the records show an exchange of tools and parts with important northern foundries and machine shops, such as Corliss in Rhode Island, the Novelty Iron Works in New York and Cyrus Alger's South Boston Iron Works. Perhaps most importantly, the records include good runs of both incoming and outgoing correspondence for the years of Betts & Seal's tenure. These include fairly detailed descriptions of castings being ordered, usually with dimensioned sketches in the margins, that give a good sense of the work involved in making the individual pieces. In addition to orders for castings, there is also correspondence relating to the purchase of tools and supplies and freight bills for shipments by rail and water. 
 Extent:  9.5 
 Subjects:  Bancroft, Joseph, -- 1803-1874 | Bancroft, Samuel, -- 1804-1891 | Betts, Edward, -- 1825-1917 | Betts, Jesse, -- 1764-1854 | Betts, Mahlon, -- 1795-1867 | Bidermann, James Antoine, -- 1790-1865 | Crozer, John. P. -- (John Price), -- 1793-1866 | Dean, Joseph, -- 1784-1861 | Du Pont, Alfred Victor, -- 1798-1856 | Du Pont, Charles I. -- (Charles Irénée), -- 1797-1869 | Du Pont, Lammot, -- 1831-1884 | Garrett, William E. -- (William Evans), -- 1798?-1885 | Geyelin, Emile C. -- (Emile Camile), -- 1828?-1900 | Gibbons, Richard P. -- (Richard Pim), -- 1819-1904 | Haines, Barclay | Harlan, John P. -- (John Paxson), -- 1809-1860 | Harlan, Samuel, -- 1808-1883 | Harvey, Edmund A., -- 1821-1911 | Hollingsworth, Elijah, -- 1806-1866 | Jenks, Alfred, -- b. ca. 1794 | Jessup, Augustus E | Jones, John, 1818-1897 | Lammot, Daniel, -- 1782-1877 | Leiper, George Gray, -- 1786-1868 | Lobdell, George G., 1818-1894 | Lukens, Rebecca W. -- (Rebecca Webb), -- 1794-1854 | McComb, Henry S., -- 1825-1881 | Mendenhall, Joseph, -- 1809-1880 | Moore, Charles, -- 1807-1890 | Poole, J. Morton -- (John Morton), -- 1812-1879 | Price, James E., -- 1842-1919 | Pusey, Jonas, -- 1791-1851 | Pusey, Joshua L., -- 1820-1891 | Pusey, Jacob, -- 1792-1871 | Pusey, Samuel N., -- 1814-1885 | Riddle, James, -- 1803-1873 | Ripka, Joseph, -- 1788-1864 | Seal, Joshua, -- 1820-1896 | Sellers, John, -- b. 1826 | Stotsenburg, Evan. C. -- (Evan Canning), -- 1807-1882 | Tatnall, Edward, -- 1782-1856 | Tatnall, Henry L. -- (Henry Lea), -- 1829-1885 | Tatnall, Joseph, -- 1816-1895 | Trimble, Isaac Ridgeway, -- 1802-1888 | Warner, Charles, -- 1816-1891 | Wood, Alan, -- 1800-1881 | Wood, Thomas, 1814- | Wood, W. Dewees -- (Waters Dewees), -- 1826-1899 | Alan Wood & Brother | Alan Wood & Company | Atlantic Iron Works (Norfolk, Va.) | Baldwin Locomotive Works | Bancroft and Sellers (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Betts & Seal | Betts & Stotsenburg | Betts, Harlan & Hollingsworth | Betts, Pusey & Company | Betts, Pusey & Harlan | Betts, Pusey, Jones & Seal | Bush & Lobdell | C. & J. Marshall | Cabeen & Company | Camden Iron Manufacturing Company | Catasauqua Manufacturing Company | Charles B. Campbell & Company | Charles I. du Pont & Company | Charles Warner Company | Corliss Steam Engine Company | Delaware Iron Works | Diamond State Rolling Mill | E. & A. Betts | E. Betts & Company | E.C. Stotsenburg & Son | E. Haldeman & Company | E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company | Fairmount Machine Works (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Ferris & Garrett | Franklin Iron Works (Reading, Pa.) | Great Central Fair for the United States Sanitary Commission -- (1864 : -- Philadelphia, Pa.) | Harlan & Hollingsworth | Hollingsworth, Harvey & Company | Hoopes & Townsend | J. Morton Poole & Company | J. Pusey & Sons | J. Wood & Bros. (Conshohocken, Pa.) | Jackson & Sharp | Jessup & Moore | Joseph Bancroft & Sons Company | Marshall, Phillips & Company | Marshallton Iron Works | McCullough Iron Company | Merrick & Sons | Miller & Allen, Machinists & Engineers (Chester, Pa.) | Nathan Trotter & Company | National Iron Armor & Ship Building Company | Novelty Iron Works | Pascal Iron Works (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Rail Road Company | Pusey & Jones | Pusey, Jones & Betts | Pusey, Jones & Company | Reaney, Son & Archbold | Riddle & Maxwell | Rockland Manufacturing Company on the Brandywine | Schuylkill Iron Works | Sellers Brothers | South Boston Iron Company | Tatnall & Lea | William Lea & Company | Wood & Lukens (McKeesport, Pa.) | Apprentices | Brass founding | Railroad cars -- Wheels | Cast-iron | Foundries -- Delaware | Iron and steel workers -- Delaware -- 19th century | Iron industry and trade | Iron molders | Iron-founding | Mills and mill-work | Shafting | Wages -- Foundrymen | Wilmington (Del.) -- Foundries

 
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8Title:  Papers, 1806-1951 (bulk 1870-1951)   
 Creator:  Huston, Charles Lukens, 1856-1951 
 Notes:  The Charles L. Huston Papers consists of Huston's personal papers and some fragmentary Lukens Steel business records. Series I consists of Lukens/Huston ancestral papers. It contains typescripts of Rebecca Lukens' autobiography, a framed 1837 letter between Rebecca Lukens and Hannah P. Steele, a statement relative to the settlement of her father's estate, and an 1844 deed of Solomon Lukens to Benjamin Miller. Also included are some personal and bank papers of Dr. Charles Huston, 1806-1900. Series II consists of the personal papers of Charles L. Huston (1870-1951) and documents his life-long active service in the Presbyterian Church and its missionary work. Major correspondents include: China Inland Mission, Christian and Missionary Alliance, Federal Council of the Churches of Christ of America, Montrose Bible Conference Association, Moody Bible Conference, the National Armenia and India Relief Association, Philadelphia School for Christian Workers, Philadelphia School of the Bible, and the Scripture Gift Mission. Also included are records documenting Huston's work for Prohibition both locally and nationally. These papers contain Huston's correspondence with the Anti-Saloon League of America, National Reform Association, the National Temperance Bureau, the National Temperance Society, the Prohibition National Committee, the Victorian Anti-Saloon League, and the Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Charles L. Huston was a public figure of some prominence and his correspondence includes letters of Calvin Coolidge (1923-25) re Near East Relief, the World Court and the Ex-Servicemen Bonus Bill; Warren G. Harding (1922) re deporting Armenians; Herbert Hoover (1940) re Finland relief; Gifford Pinchot, Pennsylvania Governor (1923-27 and 1931-35); Franklin D. Roosevelt (1943) re "bombarding" the air to produce rain; Theodore Roosevelt (1917) re Huston's prohibition work; and Adm. Richard E. Byrd concerning his expedition (1931-34). The subject correspondence of Charles L. Huston (1888-1937) is filed by the following subjects: Chester County Home, Curran Estate, Pennsylvania Evangelical Association, Presbyterian Synods, and Temperance and Prohibition material. It also includes information on Huston's investments, including substantial information on the Belmont Iron Works of Philadelphia and the Florence Mining and Milling Company of Marysville, Utah. Subseries 3 is family correspondence and miscellany (1850-1946). The collection also documents Huston's professional activities (1898-1939). These files relate to his work with the American Iron and Steel Institute and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. The last series, Series III, consists of Lukens Steel Company records (1878-1951). 
 Extent:  53 linear ft. 
 Subjects:  Adams, J. Davis | Byrd, Richard Evelyn, -- 1888-1957 | Coolidge, Calvin, -- 1872-1933 | Dinwiddie, Edwin Courtland, -- 1867-1915 | Gibbons, Abraham, 1812-1895 | Harding, Warren G. -- (Warren Gamaliel), -- 1865-1923 | Harris, John R. -- (John Royall), -- 1869-1926 | Hoover, Herbert, -- 1874-1964 | Huston, A. F. -- (Abram Francis), -- 1852-1930 | Huston, Charles, -- 1822-1897 | Huston, Charles Lukens, -- 1856-1951 | Huston, Charles L. -- (Charles Lukens), -- 1906-1982 | Huston, Isabella Pennock, 1822-1889 | Huston, Stewart, -- 1898-1971 | Huston family | Lukens, Rebecca W. -- (Rebecca Webb), -- 1794-1854 | Pennock, Isaac, 1767-1824 | Pinchot, Gifford, -- 1865-1946 | Roosevelt, Franklin D. -- (Franklin Delano), -- 1882-1945 | Roosevelt, Theodore, -- 1858-1919 | Russell, Howard H. -- (Howard Hyde), -- 1855-1946 | Smith, Wilbur Moorehead, -- 1894-1976 | Stoddard, Cora F. -- (Cora Frances), -- 1872-1936 | Trumbull, Charles G. -- (Charles Gallaudet), -- 1872-1941 | Wheeler, Wayne Bidwell, -- 1869-1927 | Wolcott, Robert W. -- (Robert Wilson), -- 1892-1982 | Alan Wood Iron and Steel Company | Alleghany Ore and Iron Company | American Institute of Weights and Measures | American Iron and Steel Institute | American Liberty League of Pennsylvania | American Scripture Gift Mission | American Society of Mechanical Engineers | American United Presbyterian Mission in India | Anti-saloon League of America | Belmont Iron Works (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Bible Institute of Pennsylvania | By-Products Steel Corporation | Chester County Health and Welfare Council (Pa.) | Chester County Home and Hospital for the Insane (Pa.) | China Inland Mission | Christian and Missionary Alliance | Erie City Iron Works | Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America | Florence Mining and Milling Company | Huston, Penrose & Company | Jacobs-Shupert United States Firebox Company | Lukens Iron and Steel Company | Lukens Steel Company | Lukenweld, Inc | Montrose Bible Conference Association (Pa.) | Moody Bible Institute | National Armenian Relief Association | National Association of Evangelicals | National Reform Bureau | National Temperance Bureau | National Temperance Society | Near East Relief (Organization) | Parkesburg Iron Company | Pennsylvania Anti-saloon League | Pennsylvania Evangelistic Association | Pennsylvania Railroad Company | Philadelphia School for Christian Workers (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Philadelphia School of the Bible (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Presbyterian Church of Coatesville (Coatesville, Pa.) | Prohibition National Committee | Public Welfare Association (Pa.) | Victorian Anti-saloon League | Woman's Christian Temperance Union | World's Christian Fundamentals Association | YMCA of the USA | Alunite -- Utah | Bank investments | Bible colleges | Bible colleges -- Pennsylvania | Boiler-plates | Boilers | Chain stores -- Pennsylvania | Church societies | Church work -- Presbyterian Church -- Pennsylvania | Councils and synods -- Presbyterian | Iron industry and trade -- Pennsylvania | Iron industry and trade -- Virginia | Open-hearth process | Potash industry and trade -- Utah | Locomotive boilers | Metallurgy | Investments, American -- 20th century | Presbyterian Church -- Missions | Presbyterian Church -- Missions -- Africa | Presbyterian Church -- Missions -- Asia | Presbyterian Church -- Missions -- Caribbean area | Presbyterian Church -- Missions -- Japan | Presbyterian Church -- Missions -- Near East | Presbyterian Church -- Missions -- Soviet Union | Presbyterian Church -- Missions -- South America | Presbyterian Church -- Pennsylvania | Prohibition | Steam-boilers | Steam locomotives -- Fireboxes | Steel -- Welding | Steel industry and trade -- Pennsylvania | Stores, Retail -- Pennsylvania | Temperance -- Societies, etc. -- Pennsylvania | Chester County (Pa.) Church work | Chester County (Pa.) Industries | Coatesville (Pa.) Industries | Pennsylvania Bible colleges | Pennsylvania Church work | Iron industry and trade -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia | Utah -- Alunite | Utah Industries | Virginia Industries | Advertisements | Patents | Trade catalogs | Sunday-school teachers -- Pennsylvania

 
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9Title:  Executive officer files, 1903-1979   
 Creator:  Lukens Steel Company 
 Notes:  The records are a selection of files from some of the executive officers of the Lukens Steel Company of Coatesville, Pa. They begin in 1903, when the company discontinued the use of general letterbooks. Only two of the company's top officer, Charles Lukens Huston and his son Stewart Huston, preserved their files more or less intact. The other series are fragments preserved by either of the two Hustons.  
 Extent:  76 linear ft. 
 Subjects:  Armstrong, Edward Robert | Bedaux, Charles Eugene | Butler, Thomas S. -- (Thomas Stalker), -- 1855-1928 | Carlson, Charles A. -- (Charles Arthur), -- 1919- | Davis, Phineas, -- 1800-1835 | D'Invilliers, E. V. -- (Edward Vincent), -- 1857-1928 | Dudley, Charles Benjamin, -- 1842-1909 | Du Pont, H. A. -- (Henry Algernon), -- 1838-1926 | Du Pont, T. Coleman -- (Thomas Coleman), -- 1863-1930 | Du Pont, Victor, -- 1882-1943 | Eksergian, Rupen, -- 1889-1961 | Gary, Elbert H. -- (Elbert Henry), -- 1846-1927 -- Speeches | Gathmann, Emil, 1873-1949 | Heppenstall, Robert B. -- (Robert Bole), -- 1904-1966 | Huston, A. F. -- (Abram Francis), -- 1852-1930 | Huston, Charles Lukens, -- 1856-1951 | Huston, Charles L. -- (Charles Lukens), -- 1906-1982 | Huston, Ruth, 1899-1982 | Huston, Stewart, -- 1898-1971 | Huston family | Kiesel, William F. -- (William Frederic), -- 1866-1954 | Leeds, Morris Evans, -- 1869-1952 | Lukens, Rebecca W. -- (Rebecca Webb), -- 1794-1854 | Moxham, Arthur James, -- 1854-1931 | Mullestein, W. E. -- (William Ernest), -- 1911-2005 | Penrose, Boies, -- 1860-1921 | Pepper, George Wharton, -- 1867-1961 | Quisenberry, T. Edwin -- (Thomas Edwin), -- 1891-1964 | Reynders, John V. W. -- (John Van Wicheren), -- 1866-1944 | Rockefeller, John D., -- Jr. -- (John Davison), -- 1874-1960 | Spackman, G. Donald -- (George Donald), -- 1895-1957 | Spackman, Horace B. -- (Horace Beale), -- 1862-1938 | Stoughton, Bradley, -- b. 1873 | Vare, William S. (William Scott), 1867-1934 | Waring, F. M. -- (Francis M.), -- b. 1879 | Wolcott, Robert W. -- (Robert Wilson), -- 1892-1982 | Young, Charles D. -- (Charles Duncanson), -- 1878-1955 | Alan Wood Steel Company | Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation | Alloys Development Corporation | A. & H. Kroger Organization | American Boiler Manufacturers' Association | American Institute of Steel Construction | American Iron and Steel Institute | American Mining Congress | American Ordnance Association | American Public Relations Association | American Rolling Mill Company | American Society for Metals | American Society for Steel Treating | American Society for Testing Materials | American Society of Corporate Secretaries | American Society of Mechanical Engineers | Americans for the Competitive Enterprise System, Inc | Armstrong Association of Philadelphia | Armstrong Seadrome Development Company | Arthur Andersen & Co | Association of American Steel Manufacturers | Baldwin-Southwark Corporation | Bank of the Manhattan Company | Bethlehem Steel Company | Chamber of Commerce of Greater Philadelphia | Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America | Chas. E. Bedaux Company | Chester County Area Airport Authority (Pa.) | Clayton Skiffs, Inc | Coatesville Opportunities Council (Pa.) | Codorus (Steamboat) | Committee for Constitutional Government | Congress of Industrial Organizations (U.S.) | Consolidated Ice Manufacturing, Refrigerator and Fish Company | Council for Financial Aid to Education | Day & Zimmermann | Delaware River Basin Advisory Committee | Delaware River Basin Research, Inc | Delaware Valley Council, Inc | Emerson Company | Erie City Iron Works | George A. Fuller Company | George S. May Company | Greater Philadelphia-Delaware-South Jersey Council | Gulf States Steel Company | Hill and Knowlton, Inc | Hipkins Traction Device Company | Industrial Relations Research Association | International Bedaux Company, Inc | Inter-Racial Council | Interstate Commission on the Delaware River Basin | Joseph Froggatt & Co | L.V. Estes, Inc | Lackawanna Steel Company | Linde Air Products Company | Lukens Steel Company | M.W. Kellogg Company | Manhattan Project (U.S.) | The Manning Public Relations Firm | Martinel Steel Company, Ltd | McClintic-Marshall Construction Company | Midvale Steel and Ordnance Company | Miller, Franklin, Basset & Company | National Association of Corporation Schools | National Association of Manufacturers (U.S.) | National Industrial Conference Board | Naval Consulting Board of the United States | New York Stock Exchange | New York World's Fair -- (1964-1965) | Pennsylvania Railroad Company | Pennsylvania Railroad Veterans Association | Petroleum Iron Works Company of Texas | Philadelphia Electric Company | Philadelphia Museum of Art. -- Commercial Museum Dept | Phoenix Iron Company | Republic Steel Corporation | Richardson Boat Company, Inc | Robert Heller & Associates | Savannah (Nuclear ship) | Spring Garden Institute (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Steel Workers Organizing Committee (U.S.) | Stora Kopparsberg Berslags, A.V | Strategic-Udy Metallurgical and Chemical Processes, Ltd | Sun Company | Society of Friends. Philadelphia Yearly Meeting. Social Order Committee. Business Problems Group | Talisman Sugar Corporation | Tennessee Coal, Iron, and Railroad Company | U.S. Atomic Energy Commission | United Engineering and Foundry Company | United States. -- National Labor Relations Act | Urban League of Pittsburgh | Water Research Foundation for the Delaware River Basin | Water Resources Association of the Delaware River Basin | William Jennings Bryan University | Airplanes, Private | Airports -- Pennsylvania -- Chester County | Airports, Floating | Anti-communist movements | Bonus system | Company unions | Conscientious objectors | Diet therapy | Efficiency, Industrial | Eight-hour movement | Electric furnaces | Hotels -- Pennsylvania -- Chester County | Hours of labor | Incentives in industry | Immigrants -- Europe, Eastern | Immigrants -- Europe, Southern | Industrial housing | Industrial relations | Industrial safety | Industrial welfare | Iron, Sponge | Labor espionage | Lubati process (Metallurgy) | Metal cladding | Natural gas | Oxyacetylene welding and cutting | Patents | Piece-work | Profit-sharing | Public relations | Radioactive prospecting | Scholarships | Strikebreakers | Suggestion systems | Tariff on steel | Uranium ores | Water quality management | Water resources development -- Pennsylvania | Welding | Women iron and steel workers | World War, 1914-1918 -- Conscientious objectors | World War, 1939-1945 -- Equipment and supplies | Chester County (Pa.) -- Buildings, structures, etc | Delaware River (N.Y.-Del. and N.J.) -- Water quality management

 
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