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1Title:  Photographs of groups of workers at the Pusey & Jones Corporation, Wilmington, Delaware   
 Notes:  Three photographs showing various employee groups at the Pusey & Jones Corporation. Some of the employees are identified. 
 Extent:  3 photographic prints : b&w ; 8 x 10 in. or smaller. 
 Subjects:  Pusey & Jones Corporation -- Employees

 
Collection:  Hagley Library 
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2Title:  ALS: to Mrs. Thayer, [1904]   
 Creator:  Thayer, Horace H., 1878-1959 
 Notes:  Concerning work for Pusey & Jones at Rio de Janeiro. 
 Extent:  1 
 Subjects:  Pusey and Jones Company

 
Collection:  Hagley Library 
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3Title:  A hundred years a-building   
 Creator:  Pusey & Jones Corporation 
 Publication:  Wilmington, Del. : Pusey and Jones Corp, c1948. 
 Extent:  56 p. : ill., ports. ; 20 cm. 
 Subjects:  Pusey & Jones Corporation | Papermaking machinery

 
Collection:  Newberry Library 
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4Title:  The Pusey and Jones Corporation miscellany, 1938-1968 (bulk, 1948-1960)   
 Creator:  Walker, Warren D. (Warren Desmond), 1894-1969 | Pusey & Jones Corporation 
 Notes:  Minute book, vol. 2 (1957-1960) and account book (1948-1960) of the Trustees of The Pusey and Jones Corporation Employees' Retirement Plan Trust Fund, including records of payments; letters regarding termination of group insurance and examination of officers because of the bankruptcy (1959-1960); map of properties at Newport, Delaware, by R. C. Walker, Dec. 1968; notebook containing information on orders (1959) and engineering calculations for presses for the Fibreboard Paper Company; blueprints of papermaking machinery and parts (1946-1958); binder of company advertisements and technical articles on papermaking machinery (1938-1958); Jule 1951 issue of "The Shipbuilder," organ of the Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers of America, C.I.O; miscellaneous newsclippings on Walker or Pusey and Jones (1959-1968). 
 Extent:  0.8 
 Subjects:  Pusey & Jones Corporation | Trustees of The Pusey and Jones Corporation Employees' Retirement Plan Trust Fund | Hydraulic presses -- Design and construction | Papermaking machinery -- Drawings | Postemployment benefits | Shipbuilding industry -- Delaware -- Wilmington | Trusts and trustees | Newport (Del.) -- Maps

 
Collection:  Hagley Library 
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5Title:  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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6Title:  The Pusey and Jones Corporation: how the new Pusey and Jones Corporation can serve you   
 Creator:  Pusey & Jones Corporation 
 Publication:  The Corporation, Wilmington, Del, [1948?] 
 Notes:  Title from cover. 
 Extent:  20 p. : ill. ; 22 x 29 cm. 
 Subjects:  Pusey & Jones Corporation | Shipbuilding industry -- Delaware -- Wilmington | Machinery industry -- Delaware -- Wilmington

 
Collection:  Hagley Library 
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7Title:  The labor - management production cry   
 Creator:  Pusey & Jones Corporation 
 Publication:  The Corporation, Wilmington, Del,  
 Notes:  Cover title. Probably ceased publication after VJ-day. 
 Extent:  v. : ill. ; 31 cm. 
 Subjects:  Pusey & Jones Corporation -- Periodicals | Shipbuilding industry -- Delaware -- Periodicals | Employees' magazines, newsletters, etc

 
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8Title:  Warren D. Walker Collection of Pusey and Jones Miscellany   
 Notes:  Collection consists of eight photographs related to the career of Warren D. Walker at the Pusey and Jones Corporation. Five photos show paper-making machinery - stream flow mold machinery, as well as an unidentified machine. The remaining three photos are group portraits of Pusey and Jones employees, both factory workers and executives, including Warren Walker. 
 Extent:  8 photographic prints : b&w : 8 x 10 in. 
 Subjects:  Walker, Warren D. -- (Warren Desmond) | Pusey & Jones Corporation | Papermaking machinery

 
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9Title:  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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10Title:  Edward “Ned” A. Hodge collection of Pusey & Jones Corporation photographs   
 Publication:  Hagley Museum and Library: Audiovisual Collections and Digital Initiatives Department 1938-1962 
 Extent:  0.25 linear feet 
 Subjects:  Hodge, Edward “Ned” Austen, 1896-1978 | Hodge, Richard “Peter” Morse, 1944- | Pusey & Jones Corporation.

 
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12Title:  Joseph A. Maybin and two steamboat wrecks   
 Creator:  Williams, Jon M. 
 Publication:  s.n, S.l, 1984] 
 Notes:  Offprint. From: History of photography, v. 8, no. 1, Jan. 1984. 
 Extent:  p. 49-52 : ill. ; 30 cm. 
 Subjects:  Maybin, Joseph A | Steamboat disasters -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia | Photojournalism | Pusey and Jones Company | Harlan & Hollingsworth Company | Steamboat disasters -- Delaware -- Wilmington

 
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13Title:  Bankruptcy papers, 1959-1962   
 Creator:  Pusey & Jones Corporation 
 Notes:  The records are files of John Biggs III of Wilmington, attorney to Trustee Jessup. They include court orders, trustee's reports and affidavits, lists of claims, property appraisals and correspondence covering the entire liquidation process. Subjects include the settling of claims, including back wages, the sale of the property, and the termination of the company's Blue Cross and retirement plans. There is also a clipping scrapbook kept by Ruth F. Hanna (d. 1987), a company secretary, covering the years 1950-60 and a handwritten chronology/necrology of the firm for the years 1927-48. 
 Extent:  1 
 Subjects:  Pusey & Jones Corporation | Wilmington Trust Company | Bankruptcy | Bankruptcy trustees | Liquidation | Wilmington (Del.) -- Industries | Appraisals | Menus | Scrapbooks

 
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14Title:  Inbound personal correspondence of A. Sonnin Krebs, 1899-1903   
 Creator:  Krebs, A. Sonnin (August Sonnin), 1877-1969 
 Notes:  Includes: letters from The Pusey & Jones Company and William Sellers & Co. with records of his employment at both firms; from Jacob A. Riis concerning the use of pictures of Denmark taken by Krebs in his lectures and books; from E. A. Wilson, classmate at Cornell University and now an employee of the Grasselli Chemical Company in New Jersey. 
 Extent:  21 
 Subjects:  Krebs, A. Sonnin -- (August Sonnin), -- 1877-1969 -- Correspondence | Riis, Jacob A. -- (Jacob August), -- 1849-1914 -- Correspondence | Pusey and Jones Company | William Sellers & Co. (Philadelphia, Pa.)

 
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15Title:  Pusey and Jones Corporation photograph collection   
 Creator:  Conner, William J. 
 Notes:  The scope of this almost exclusively photographic collection includes both shipbuilding and machine making components of the business. The shipbuilding photographs begin in the late 1800s and document in many cases construction from keel laying to christening of individual ships. There were a number of ferries and steamboats built at Pusey & Jones. Among the companies supplied with ships were the Delaware and New Jersey Ferry Co.; Jamestown & Newport Ferry Co.; Naugatuck Valley Steamboat Co., and the Philadelphia & Norfolk S.S. Co. In addition, Pusey & Jones is well-known for its luxury yachts; there are two portfolios with color lithos showing paintings by A. W. Armstrong of Acania, Cambriona, Galaxy, Lotusland, Nakhoda and Rene. Microfilm plans (see below) exist for some yachts including Galatea built for Edsel Ford and Sialia built for J. K. Stewart. Pusey & Jones also built floating stock for railroad companies. For the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, for example, they built tugs, barges, and grain elevators. Their joinery shop also did work for the United States Lines's twin ocean liners, the Manhattan and the Washington. Most of the industrial photographs also document the construction of machines. There are some photographs taken at other establishments that show Pusey & Jones machinery in situ at domestic and foreign mills and factories, for example, at the Ontario Paper Company. Other photographs document the Pusey & Jones plant and its buildings (exterior and interior); the work force and management; employee outings and banquets; parades in Wilmington, Delaware; World War Two military work; and striking machinists. There are several albums which include copies of "cuts" (lithographic reproductions) that were used in company publications. These are of significant importance since a large group of photos and their negatives (roughly from 1928 to the mid 1930s) were never sent to the Hagley. Consequently, cuts found in these albums are often the only visual information found from ships built during that period. For example, the only two images of the President Warfield (Baltimore Steam Packet Company ferry) are found in these albums. This collection also includes some items from the Pennsylvania Shipbuilding Company. There is no known business relationship between Pusey & Jones Company and this company, so the provenance of these items is uncertain. They consist of two groups of water damaged but readable blueprints labeled "Drawing numbers 15087 and 15088" which are dated 1918. The former group relates to a proposition for building a dry dock on the New Jersey side of the Hudson River. There is a 20 page report that specifys all the terms (including lease) and financial calculations of the proposal and lists the drawings. The drawings are of the: Site plan; "photograph of perspective" (damaged) which is an artist's vision of the completed yard; Plan of yard; Machinery layout of Big Machine Shop (for heavy work), General Repair Shop, Blacksmith and Boiler shop; Detail of General Repair Shop; Detail of Machine Shop for heavy repair work; Detail of Electric Welding, Tinsmith, Plumbing and Templet (sic) Shops; Power House; Coal and Ash Conveyor for dry dock. The second group of drawings relate to a proposed shipyard in Gloucester City, N.J., in Camden County across the Delaware River from Philadelphia where Pennsylvania Shipbuilding was originally located. There are photographs of the Gloucester City site in the collection as well. The drawings listed #15088 are as follows: Perspective of yard; Profile of yard; Machinery layout of large shop and power house; Machinery layout of general repair shop 1st and 2nd arrangement; Map of Delaware River showing location of shipyard; Location of ships at the Pier; Dredging plan on which bid is based; Supplementary dredging plan; Plan of small dock; Plan of large dock; Small graving dock/floating dock. There are 65 rolls of microfilm of copied drawings of ships, various machines, and miscellaneous other drawings produced by Pusey & Jones. The earliest drawings date from the 19th century and are of iron/wood/steel side wheelers. Not all of these drawings were executed. The majority of the drawings show ship details including mechanical systems. Very few ships have complete plans. What has survived is incomplete parts--often from different systems and on different rolls of microfilm. There is an index filed by ship name for the microfilmed drawings. No original documents of these plans survive. The only blueprints surviving on paper are those for one passenger and auto ferry, Del-Mar-Va, which was built for the Virginia Ferry Corporation in 1933. The component of mechanical drawings on microfilm include an enormous variety of items not related to ships. For example, there are pumps, presses, lifting tables, plate mills, driving gears, clutches, shafts, bearings, motor drives, engine parts, cylinders, highway stringers, boilers among others. 
 Extent:  ca. 6725 photographic prints : b&w ; mostly 8x10 in. or smaller. 
 Subjects:  Pusey, Charles W | Savery, Thomas H., 1837-1910 Homes and haunts | Baltimore and Philadelphia Steamboat Company | Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company | Chesapeake Ferry Company | Del-Mar-Va (Ship) | Defoe Boat and Motor Works | Erie Railroad Company | Escanaba (Ship) | Hudson River Day Line | Jessup & Moore | New Jersey and Pennsylvania Shipbuilding Company | Manhattan (Ocean Liner) | Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Company | Olaa Sugar Company, Limited | Olaa Sugar Company, Limited -- Employees | Old Dominion Steamship Company | Pennsylvania Railroad | Pennsylvania Shipbuilding Company | Philadelphia & Reading Railroad Co | President Warfleld (Ship) | Pusey and Jones Company | Pusey & Jones Corporation | Pusey & Jones Corporation -- Employees | Reading Company | Southern Paperboard Corporation | St. Regis Paper Company | United States. -- Army. -- Corps of Engineers | United States. -- Maritime Commission | United States. -- Revenue-Cutter Service | Virginia Ferry Corporation | Volunteer (Ship) | Washington (Ocean Liner) | Wilmington Steamboat Company | Barges | Boilers | Caissons | Cargo ships | Dry docks -- Delaware -- Wilmington | Engines | Ferries | Fireboats | Fish communities -- Hawaii -- 1920-1930 | Foundries | Forging machinery | Launches | Lighthouse tenders | Lightships | Machine shops -- Delaware -- Wilmington | Machinery | Machinery industry -- Delaware -- Wilmington | Memorial Day | Paddle steamers | Papermaking machinery industry -- Delaware -- Wilmington | Parades -- Delaware -- Wilmington -- 1940-1950 | Passenger ships | Pumping machinery | Schooners | Shipbuilding -- Delaware -- Wilmington | Shipbuilding industry -- Delaware -- Wilmington | Shipyards -- Delaware -- Wilmington | Tankers | Tugboats | War bonds & funds Delaware Wilmington | War rallies Delaware Wilmington | Women -- Employment -- Delaware | Yachts | New Jersey -- Gloucester City -- 1910-1920 | Hawaii -- Description and travel | Photographic postcards | Postcards | Proofs | Viewbooks

 
Collection:  Hagley Library 
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16Title:  Exodus 1947   
 Creator:  Holly, David C. 
 Publication:  Little, Brown, Boston, c1969. 
 Notes:  Bibliography: p. 292-298. Includes index. 
 Extent:  xiv, 306 p. : ill., map, ports. ; 22 cm. 
 Subjects:  Exodus 1947 (Ship) | Haganah (Organization) | Palestine -- Emigration and immigration | Refugees, Jewish -- Palestine | Holocaust survivors -- Palestine | President Warfield (Ship) | Pusey and Jones Company

 
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17Title:  Equitable Trust Company monthly   
 Alt. Title:  Equitable monthly   
 Creator:  Equitable Trust Company (Wilmington, Del.) 
 Publication:  Equitable Trust Company, Wilmington, Del, [1920]- 
 Notes:  Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 9 (Apr. 1921); title from cover. 
 Extent:  v. : ill., ports. ; 23-28 cm. 
 Subjects:  Equitable Trust Company (Wilmington, Del.) | House organs -- Delaware -- Wilmington | Trust companies -- Delaware -- Wilmington -- Periodicals | Banks and banking -- Delaware -- Wilmington -- Periodicals | Wilmington (Del.) -- History | American Vulcanized Fibre Company | Wilmington Savings Fund Society | Remington Machine Company (Wilmington, Del.) | Pusey and Jones Company | Advertising -- Banks and banking

 
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18Title:  The Berlin Iron Bridge Co: engineers, architects, and builders in iron and steel   
 Creator:  Berlin Iron Bridge Co 
 Publication:  Case, Lockwood & Brainard, Hartford, Conn, [ca. 1885] 
 Notes:  Contains illustrations and description of iron and steel buildings and bridges built by East Berlin Iron Bridge Company. Includes index. 
 Extent:  317 p. : ill., plans ; 21 x 28 cm. 
 Subjects:  Bridges, Iron and steel -- United States -- Pictorial works | Bridges, Iron and steel -- United States -- Designs and plans | Building, Iron and steel -- United States -- Pictorial works | Building, Iron and steel -- United States -- Designs and plans | Pusey and Jones Company -- Pictorial works | Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company -- Pictorial works | New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company -- Pictorial works | William Cramp and Sons Ship and Engine Building Company -- Pictorial works

 
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19Title:  Papers, 1855-1910   
 Creator:  Savery, Thomas H., 1837-1910 
 Notes:  The papers are a fragmentary collection. The diary contains primarily accounts of receipts and expenses from Savery's apprenticeship and early career. Additional correspondence and clippings deal with Savery's role in developing the papermaking machinery business of Pusey & Jones. These include financial papers and voting trust certificates. There are also letters, prospectuses and statements relating to Savery's unsuccessful papermaking operations in Colorado. The personal correspondence, invitations and accounts include a letter from Joseph Henry of the Smithsonian Institution to R. H. Lamborn of the Pennsylvania Railroad at Altoona concerning meteorological observations to be recorded by Savery at that place. The miscellany includes menus, programs and notes for speeches given by Savery at Wilmington Board of Trade banquets. 
 Extent:  0.4 linear ft. 
 Subjects:  Henry, Joseph, -- 1797-1878 | Savery, Thomas H., 1837-1910 | Columbus, Piqua and Indiana Railroad Company | Denver Paper Mills Company | Pennsylvania Railroad Company | Pusey and Jones Company | Rocky Mountain Paper Company | Wilmington Board of Trade (Del.) | Paper industry -- Colorado | Papermaking machinery | Papermaking machinery industry -- Delaware | Pulp mills | Altoona (Pa.) Meteorology Observations | Colorado Industries | Delaware -- Papermaking machinery industry | Diaries | Mechanical engineers

 
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20Title:  Pusey and Jones Corporation motion pictures of ship launchings and paper machines   
 Notes:  Collection consists of 19 films, 14 showing ship launchings at the Pusey and Jones Corporation shipyard in Wilmington, Delaware between 1938 and 1948, and the other 5 films showing paper making machinery manufactured by Pusey & Jones but filmed on location after installation. 
 Extent:  19 film reels (12 mins. or less) : silent, color or B&W : 16 mm. 
 Subjects:  S.S. Quaker (Ship) | S.S. Cavalier (Ship) | Chester Harding (Ship) | Adabelle Lykes (Ship) | New York (Ship) | Florida (Ship) | Haines (Ship) | Cape Henlopen (Ship) | Cape Farewell (Ship) | Cape Mohican (Ship) | Cape Horn (Ship) | Cape Charles (Ship) | Cape Douglas (Ship) | Cape Breton (Ship) | Cape Race (Ship) | Cape Bon (Ship) | Cape Comfort (Ship) | S.S. Marina (Ship) | Union Mills Paper Manufacturing Company | Albermarle Chesapeake Company | Southern Paperboard Corporation | Pusey & Jones Corporation | Papermaking machinery | Shipbuilding industry -- Delaware -- Wilmington | Ships -- Launching

 
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