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Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor



  • Existence: 1988    


The Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor (D&L) was established in 1988 by Congress as a nonprofit organization. Its purpose is to be a steward for the 165-mile stretch from northeast Pennsylvania to Bucks County in Pennsylvania. The Corridor follows the historic routes of several major industrial throughways, including the Lehigh and Susquehanna Railroad, Lehigh Valley Railroad, Lehigh Canal, and the Delaware Canal.

The D&L is designated a National Heritage Area which includes parts of Bucks, Northampton, Lehigh, Carbon and Luzerne Counties. The organization operates in Easton, Pennsylvania, where it is headquartered in Hugh Moore Historical Park & Museum, along with the National Canal Museum.

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Bethlehem Steel collection of catalogs, booklets, price sheets, and handbooks

Identifier: IAL-DNA-2018-02
Scope and Contents The majority of these materials come from Bethlehem Steel's Charles M. Schwab Memorial Library and are products of Bethlehem Steel. A large portion of materials are pamphlets, brochures, and catalogs of Bethlehem Steel products, such as tool steel, sheet piling, alloyed steel, wire, nuts, rivets, spikes, and more. Other materials include pamphlets, brochures, and catalogs of other industrial companies, such as Cambria Steel Company, Dardelet, Pennsylvania Steel Company, Williamsport Wire...
Dates: 1950 - 1985