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1Title:  The calorific efficiency of the puddling furnace   
 Creator:  Cubillo, Major. | Iron and Steel Institute | Burndy Library 
 Publication:  Iron and Steel Institute, London], 1892. 
 Notes:  At head of title: [Subject to Revision.] Iron and Steel Institute. (London Meeting, May 1892.) 
 Extent:  [2], 16 p. ; 21 cm. 
 Subjects:  Puddling-furnaces | Iron -- Metallurgy | Steel -- Metallurgy | Burndy Library Collection at the Huntington Library

 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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2Title:  Records, 1728-1950 (bulk 1869-1937)   
 Creator:  Alan Wood Steel Company 
 Notes:  The records of the Alan Wood Steel Company and its predecessors document its evolution from a small personal business to a medium-sized steel producer. They consist primarily of minutes, account books, property records and order books. There is relatively little correspondence. Most of the post-1937 records were retained by the company.  
 Extent:  57.3 linear ft. 
 Subjects:  Heckscher, Richard, -- 1822-1901 | Lukens, Lewis A., d. 1899 | Wood, Alan, -- 1800-1881 | Wood, Alan, -- 1834-1902 | Wood, Howard, -- 1846-1911 | Wood, James, -- 1706-1760 | Wood, James, -- 1771-1851 | Wood, John, -- 1816-1898 | Wood, Richard G. -- (Richard Gilpin), -- 1849-1931 | Wood, Thomas Dewees, -- 1827-1880 | Wood, W. Dewees -- (Waters Dewees), -- 1826-1899 | Wood family | Alan Wood & Brother | Alan Wood & Company | Alan Wood Company | Alan Wood Iron and Steel Company | Alan Wood Mining Company | Alan Wood Steel Company | Corliss Iron Works (Conshohocken, Pa.) | Delaware Iron Works | J. Wood & Bros. (Conshohocken, Pa.) | James Wood & Son | James Wood & Sons | McKeesport Iron Works | Palmyra Quarry Company | Plymouth Mining Company | Rainey-Wood Coke Company | Richard Heckscher & Sons Company | Schuylkill Iron Works (Conshohocken, Pa.) | Schuylkill Works Relief Association (Conshohocken, Pa.) | Swede Furnace (Swedeland, Pa.) | Upper Merion and Plymouth Railroad Company | Wood & Brothers Company (Conshohocken, Pa.) | Bessemer process | Blast furnaces | Coke industry | Coke plants | Industrial housing | Iron and steel workers -- Pennsylvania | Iron industry and trade -- Delaware | Iron industry and trade -- Pennsylvania | Iron mines and mining -- Michigan | Puddling-furnaces | Railroads -- Pennsylvania | Relief associations | Rolling-mills | Russia iron | Saw industry | Sheet-iron | Shovels | Steel industry and trade -- Pennsylvania | Steel plate industry | Wages -- Iron and steel workers | Water-supply -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia | Conshohocken (Pa.) Industries | Delaware River (N.Y.-Del. and N.J.) -- Maps | Lehigh River (Pa.) -- Maps | Michigan Industries | Montgomery County (Pa.) Industries | New Castle County (Del.) Industries | Schuylkill River (Pa.) -- Maps | Wakefield (Mich.) Industries | Inventories | Payrolls | Stock certificates | Wills

 
Collection:  Hagley Library 
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3Title:  Journals and notebooks, 1790-1833   
 Creator:  Gilpin, Joshua, 1765-1841 
 Notes:  The records consist of 62 pocket journals and notebooks, the bulk of which date from Gilpin's European tour of 1795-1801. Gilpin was a careful observer who recorded both conventional travel narratives and site descriptions and collected data on political and social conditions, wages, and the standard of living. His perspective was that of a Quaker with reforming impulses, exemplified by his interest in prisons and education. His extensive travels gave him a more cosmopolitan outlook than most Philadelphia Quakers, and he absorbed many tastes and attitudes of the English gentry with whom he lived.  
 Extent:  3 
 Subjects:  Barlow, Joel, -- 1754-1812 | Boulton, Matthew, -- 1728-1809 | Fulton, Robert, -- 1765-1815 | Gilpin, Joshua, -- 1765-1841 | Rumford, Benjamin, -- Graf von, -- 1753-1814 | Spode, Josiah, -- ca. 1754-1827 | Stanhope, Charles Stanhope, -- Earl, -- 1753-1816 | Wedgwood, Josiah, -- 1730-1795 | West, Benjamin, -- 1738-1820 | Wilkinson, John, -- 1728-1808 | James Watt and Company (Birmingham, England) | Agriculture -- England -- 18th century | Agriculture -- France -- 18th century | Canals -- England | Canals -- France | Coal mines and mining -- England | Coal mines and mining -- Wales | Copper industry and trade -- Great Britain | Glass manufacture -- Great Britain | Iron industry and trade -- Great Britain | Linen industry -- Ireland | Mints -- England | Nail industry -- England | Navy-yards and naval stations -- England | Paper industry -- England | Paper industry -- France | Paper industry -- Ireland | Paper industry -- Scotland | Paper mills | Papermaking | Pottery industry -- Great Britain | Prisons -- England | Puddling | Puddling-furnaces | Roads -- France | Roads -- Great Britain | Salt industry and trade -- Great Britain | Salt mines and mining -- Great Britain | Teachers colleges -- United States -- 19th century | Technology transfer -- Great Britain | Technology transfer -- United States | Textile factories -- Great Britain | Textile industry -- Great Britain | Viticulture -- France -- 18th century | Wages | Wine and wine making -- France | Birmingham (England) -- Description and travel | Birmingham (England) Mints | Bordeaux (France) -- Industries | Bridgewater Canal (England) | Canal du Midi (France) | Caracas (Venezuela) -- Commerce -- 18th century | Coalbrookdale (England) -- Description -- 1701-1800 | England -- Canals | England -- Description and travel | England -- Iron industry and trade | England -- Mints | England -- Navy-yards and naval stations | England -- Paper industry | England -- Social life and customs -- 18th century | France -- Agriculture -- 18th century | France -- Description and travel | Ireland -- Description and travel | Ireland -- Linen industry | Ireland -- Paper industry | Ireland -- Social life and customs -- 18th century | Lancaster Canal (England) | Manchester (England) -- Description -- 1701-1800 | Massachusetts -- Description and travel | Scotland -- Description and travel | Switzerland -- Description and travel | Wales -- Coal mines and mining | Wales -- Copper industry and trade | Wales -- Description and travel | Wales -- Iron industry and trade | Wales -- Pottery industry | Commission merchants -- Pennsylvania | Merchants -- Pennsylvania | Diaries | Notebooks

 
Collection:  Hagley Library 
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4Title:  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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5Title:  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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6Title:  American Iron and Steel Institute photograph collection: Part One   
 Notes:  The American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) photograph collection, Part One, came from the trade organization's public relations department. These photos were mostly compiled from companies who were members of the organization; in the later part of the collection some photographs were commissioned. The images cover the entire scope of the steel industry from basic raw materials through the multiple aspects of steelmaking. This includes crucible steel making and the four modern ways of making steel (the bessemer, open-hearth, electric furnaces and, lastly, the basic oxygen furnace process); the pouring of ingots; hot mechanical forming (blooming mills for rolled steel products); continuous strip mill for rolling sheets; bar mills for pipe and tubing. Also included are views of annealing furnaces, cluster mills, charcoal furnaces, control pulpits, cooling beds, foundries, ingots and molds, pickling, rail mills, research labs, rod mills, sheet mills, steam hammers, steel workers, strip mills, vacuum degassing, wire mills. In addition to images documenting the technical aspects of steel production, there are photographs showing steel in use. These include a variety of industrial and consumer (bicycles, furniture, and appliances) applications, and even artwork. Some of these photographs depict the use of steel in other industries such as automobile manufacturing, construction and architecture (including buildings, bridges and subways), oil drilling, and shipbuilding. As befits an active public relations file from the 1970s, there are images related to the steel industry and environmental issues. These include air and water pollution abatement, solid waste, and recycling. There are also some photographs of steel workers and men related to the steel industry, including Sir Bessemer and Andrew Carnegie. There is one photograph of John P. Roche, the President of the AISI with Walt Disney. There are also photos of people involved in war board committees and conferences. There are a few interesting items that do not fit into one particular category. These images are in the Miscellaneous File and include the following: 3 engravings of the Tasker Iron Works, New Castle, Del., and the Wm. Sellers & Company's Pascal Iron Works in Philadelphia; reproduction of a 1897 document showing the development of the bicycle; a Florida Gold grapefruit canning factory; geodesic domes; a stainless steel staircase designed by Kahn & Jacobs; various postcards of Bucks County, Pa., the Horse Shoe Curve, the "Capitol Limited" of the B&O; a gas electric self-propelled passenger car used for branchline service on the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad. In the small ephemera file there are: envelopes from Inland Steel Co. with a 40 year anniversary logo and Herman H. Sticht & Co. of New York ; an advertisement for Cast-steel Works of Friedrich Krupp represented by Thomas Prosser & Son of New York, 1893; a receipt for a keg of nails from Edward P. Dickie of New York, 1852; and a brochure about the Dovel Inwall Cooling System for blast furnaces, ca. 1929. There are nine films and one videotape and some audio cassettes, soundtracks to missing filmstrips, which compose a small audio-visual component to the collection. The films are geared to mostly general audiences and involve different aspects of the steel industry. There is a separate finding aid for these items. The last part of the collection is a group of oversize clippings compiled by the Thomas F. Healy agency of New York, a pictorial research service. (A few smaller Healy clippings are incorporated in the historical portion of the collection in Boxes 8 through 13.) Probably in the early 1960s, the AISI hired the agency to clip and gather steel-related illustrations from 19th and some 20th century British and American journals. The earliest of these original clippings regards ordnance manufacture (from the Illustrated London News, 1851) and the last is a Republic Iron and Steel Co. advertisement (Harper's Weekly, 1912). Also included with the Healy material are reproductions of 35 Harper's Weekly Civil War newspapers (May 4, 1861 to January 4, 1862) which were produced as centennial souvenirs of the Civil War in 1961. Miscellaneous subjects found in this grouping include: Askam Ironworks, Bowesfield Iron, Landore Siemens Steel Co. and Rodman guns among many others. Part Two of this collection is a grouping of over 2,000 images collected by Albert T. Keller, an avocational historian of the iron industry, who was the Chief Engineer of Construction for the Bethlehem Steel Company in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. These photographs, which are cataloged under a separate on-line bibliographic record, depict the sites or remains of early ironworks in the mid-Atlantic states and New England states, as well as Alabama, Colorado, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hamphire, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin and a few foreign sites. Keller photographed these places in the 1930s. They are arranged geographically by states. 
 Extent:  2854 photographic prints : b&w ; 8 x 10 in. or smaller. 
 Subjects:  Bessemer, Henry, -- Sir, -- 1813-1898 -- Portraits | Carnegie, Andrew, -- 1835-1919 -- Portraits | Cooper, Peter, -- 1791-1883 | Disney, Walt, -- 1901-1966 | Fairless, Benjamin, -- 1890-1962 | Gary, Elbert H. -- (Elbert Henry), -- 1846-1927 | Holley, Alexander Lyman, -- 1832-1882 -- Portraits | Hoover, Herbert, -- 1874-1964 -- Portraits | Kelly, William, -- 1811-1888 -- Portraits | Nasmyth, James Hall, -- 1808-1890 -- Homes and haunts | Pedro -- II, -- Emperor of Brazil, -- 1825-1891 | Schwab, Charles M., -- 1862-1939 -- Portraits | A.M. Byers Company | Alan Wood Steel Company | Aluminum Company of America | American Iron and Steel Institute | American Rolling Mill Company | American Sheet and Tin Plate Company | American Steel & Wire Co | Armco Steel Corporation | Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company -- History -- Exhibitions | Bethlehem Iron Company | Bethlehem Steel Company | Bethlehem Steel Company -- History -- Exhibitions | Brier Hill Steel Co | Cambria Iron Company | Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation | Colorado Fuel and Iron Corporation | Crucible Steel Company of America | Ford Motor Company. -- Steel Division | Fried. Krupp AG | Gulf States Steel Company | Harrisburg Pipe and Pipe Bending Company | Henry-Bonnard Bronze Company | Herman H. Sticht & Company | Homestead Steel Works | Illinois Steel Company | Inland Steel Company | Isabella Furnace (Chester County, Pa.) | Jessop Steel Company | Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation | Kahn & Jacobs | Kaiser Steel Corporation | Keystone Bridge Company | Lambert Point Coal Terminal (Norfolk, Va.) | Laclede Steel Company | Latrobe Steel Company | Lehigh Crane Iron Company | Lone Star Steel Company | Merrimack (Frigate) | Midvale Steel and Ordnance Company | Monitor (Ironclad) | Morgan Engineering Company | Morris, Tasker & Company (Philadelphia) | Mount Hope Furnace (Mount Hope, Pa.) | Mullins Manufacturing Corporation | National Tube Co | New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad Company | Ohio Electric & Controller Company | Oil City Boiler Works (Oil City, Pa.) | Otis Steel Company | Parker & White (Boston) | Pascal Iron Works (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Pencoyd Iron Works | Phoenix Iron Company | Pittsburgh Coke & Chemical Company | Pollak Steel Co | Republic Iron & Steel Company | Republic Steel Corporation | Reserve Mining Company | Saugus Iron Works -- History | Sears Tower (Chicago, Ill.) | Steel Company of Canada | Tasker Iron Works (New Castle, Del.) | Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Company | Thomas Prosser & Son | Timken Roller Bearing Company | United States. -- Arsenal (Watervliet, N.Y.) | United States Steel Corporation | United States Steel Corporation. -- Fairless Works (Morrisville, Pa.) | Virginia (Ironclad) | W. Dewees Wood Company | Wheeling Steel Corporation | William Sellers & Co. (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Wisconsin Steel Company | Woodward Iron Company | Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company | National Industrial Conference -- (1919 : -- Washington, D.C.) | Air -- Pollution | Alloys | Architecture -- Pennsylvania -- Bucks County | Bessemer process | Blast furnaces | Bolts and nuts | Brickmaking -- Missouri -- Audrain County | Bridges -- Design and construction | Coal | Coal mines and mining | Coal-mining machinery | Coal -- Transportation | Coke | Coke-ovens | Coke plants | Continuous casting | Crucible steel | Electric furnaces | Electron microscopes | Empire State Express (Express train) | Fire fighters | Forging | Furnaces | Galvanizing | Geodesic domes | Homestead Strike, Homestead, Pa., 1892 | Hurricane Agnes, 1972 | Industrial buildings | Ingots | Iron foundries | Iron industry and trade -- United States | Iron industry and trade -- United States -- History | Iron mines and mining -- United States | Iron ores | Limestone industry | Machine-tools | Oil well drilling, Submarine | Open-hearth furnaces | Ordnance -- Manufacture | Ore carriers | Oxygen -- Industrial applications | Pipe mills | Plates, Iron and steel | Puddling-furnaces | Quarries and quarrying | Railroads -- History | Railroads -- Exhibitions | Refractory materials | Research, Industrial -- Laboratories | Rolling-mills | Scrap metals | Shears (Machine-tools) | Sheet-steel | Shipbuilding | Shipyards | Ships -- Maintenance and repair | Sintering | Soaking pits | Stadiums | Steam hammers | Steel bars | Steel furniture | Steel sculpture | Steel -- Metallurgy -- Oxygen processes | Steel-works | Steel Cold working | Steel -- Pickling | Steel castings | Steel founding | Steel industry and trade -- United States | Steel industry and trade -- United States -- History | Steel pipe industry | Steel wire | Steel strip | Strip mining | Subways -- Washington (D.C.) | Taconite | Tinplate | Vending machines -- 1955-1965 | Warehouses | Water -- Pollution | Wire rolling mills | Bayonne Bridge (N.J. and Staten Island, N.Y.) | Brooklyn Bridge (New York, N.Y.) | Chicago (Ill.) | Cincinnati (Ohio) -- 1870-1880 | Delaware Memorial Bridge (Del. and N.J.) | George Washington Bridge (New York, N.Y.) | McKeesport (Pa.) | Morrisville (N.J.) -- Buildings, structures, etc | New York (N.Y.) | Panama Canal (Panama) | Pittsburgh (Pa.) | Williamsburg Bridge (New York, N.Y.) | Williamsport (Pa.) | Aerial photographs | Clippings | Periodical illustrations | Postcards

 
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