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The Bethlehem Steel blast furnace drawings includees 435 blueprints of Bethlehem Steel's blast furnaces and their components. The blueprints depict the various change to the blast furances over time, beginning in the early twentieth century up until 1975.
This collection consists of 14 blueprints of a cathode from Bethlehem Steel's Homer Research Labs. Homer Research Labs was established by the company to centralize all research into one department and facility, having previously been spread among the plants. With the acquisition by ArcelorMittal all research activities were transferred to their East Chicago facility and the former Homer Research Labs transferred to Lehigh University.
The Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor Transfer of Bethlehem Steel Records includes records of Bethlehem Steel Corporation's operations, including mergers, forging records, and other documentation.
The DVD is related to Bethlehem Steel's plant at Sparrows Point. It is about continuous casting, which is the process in which molten metal is solidified into a "semifinished" billet, bloom, or slab for subsequent rolling in the finishing mill.
This collection includes photographs related to the Crown Cork & Seal Company. The photographs include images of various machinery manufactured by the company, including bottle fillers and machines for the application of lids.
The Griner collection of railroad materials consists of four binders containing locomotive maintenance files and two copies of two CDs containing compilations of established railroad practices. Two binders contain copies of files from the Pennsylvania Railroad and two binders contain copies of files from the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway System.
The Jackson Slate Company Records consists of 29 ledgers from several assorted slate companies and their general stores, including the Stephens Jackson Slate Company, Richard Jackson Slate Company, and the Jackson Slate Company. These ledgers document various activities of the company, including the operations of the company store. The quarries and the store were all located in and around Pen Argyl, PA.
This collection is composed of only one item, a booklet on Reheat Steam Turbine Generators by Westinghouse.
The majority of this collection is the drawings drawn by Mike Rabbitt for use by modelers.
The Railroad photograph collection consists of images documenting locomotives, rolling stock, equipment, locomotive sheds, stations, wrecks, yard views, and scenes along various rail lines. Featured railroad corporations include the Long Island Railroad, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Southern Pacific, Canadian National Railway, and the Delaware and Hudson Railroad Corporation.
The R.K. Laros Silk Company Collection includes materials from the R.K. Laros Silk Company and its successor, the Warner Brothers Company. Materials include pamphlets, booklets, and some stationery from the company, as well as photographs of the plant and its operation during the first half of the twentieth century.
The Russell collection includes brochures, pamphlets, and manuals related to various industrial companies that produced valves, bearings, fittings, and more in the mid- to late-twentieth century. Additional materials include information about steam turbines and heat exchangers. Materials were collected by Fred Russell, an industrial worker, through his career.
The St. Nicholas Central Breaker Records contains records relating to the day-to-day operations of the coal breaker. Materials are sorted in chronological order, where known, and related to shipping and ordering of materials. Include are bills of lading from various railroad companies that shipped materials.
The Striegl Library collection is a large assortment of books relating to various industries, including, but not limited to mining, steelmaking, auto industry, finance, railroads, and American commerce.
The materials are cataloged in WorldShare Management Services and can be searched at https://industrialarchives.on.worldcat.org/v2.
This collection is comprised of two books of maps of the North Branch Division of the Susquehanna Canal System, an extension of the Pennsylvania Canal. The maps show the canal between Northumberland, Pa., and Wilkes-Barre, Pa., in the 1870s.