Berea College - Special Collections and Archives
Black and white photographic prints of various sizes, some with dates and/or notations, preserved for their relevance to Appalachia. The original sources for most of them are unknown, though Berea College professor James Watt Raine initialed some, and others were taken as part of a survey of rural schools. Originally Berea College library staff placed these photos in mixed vertical files on Appalachian subjects, but later formed them into a separate collection. Subjects include landscapes, industries, crafts, churches, coal mining, schoolhouses, homes, railroads, individual portraits, cabins, etc
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The records were amassed by Ernest S. Sutton, who was a chemical engineer at Thiokol Corporation for thirty-five years and retired in 1988 as vice president of Morton Thiokol and general manager of the company⁰́₉s Elkton Division. The majority consist of papers detailing the history of Thiokol Corp. and rocket propulsion development from the mid-1920s to the late 1990s. Other material includes annual reports, industry-specific research articles, handbooks, notes from company officials and engineers, newsletters, and other various publications from Thiokol and associated companies
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
This group of Ferracute Machine Company records is a small fragment preserved by an employee apart from the other company records at Hagley and Rutgers
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
Collection of black and white vertical aerial photographs of industrial areas, mostly in Pennsylvania along the Delaware River. Places pictured are Sun Oil and Sinclair Oil in Marcus Hook, Sun Shipbuilding in Chester, Baldwin Locomotive Works in Eddystone, Westinghouse Company in Essington, and Cramp's Shipyard in Philadelphia. Other locations shown are Bethlehem Steel in Bethlehem, Pa and Sparrows Point, Md; G.L. Martin Company in Middle River, Md; American Smelting and Refining in Baltimore, Md; and National Airport in Washington, DC. About one-fourth of the collection remains unidentified
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
Album of 10 x 13 in. photographs showing exteriors and interiors of Midvale Steel facilities in the Nicetown area of Germantown. There are also close-ups of machinery, products (including naval guns, railroad wheels, propellers, and miscellaneous castings), and tests of armor plate
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
This collection contains photographs, negatives, slides, digital images, sound recordings, videos, and films that document the history of the Chamber from its founding to the 21st century. The materials provide a record not only of the activities of the Chamber but also of the political landscape surrounding key issues related to business. The collection focuses on the legislation, regulations, and litigation impacting the economy, immigration reform, pensions, health care, trade, Social Security, air quality, global warming, workplace safety, and taxes, as well as major industries such as energy, aviation, automobiles, agriculture, transportation, mining, shipping, and technology
Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
After 1850 the papers reflect Wiley's varied activities and are especially valuable for the history of education in antebellum North Carolina and for information on the Winston, N.C., public schools, 1883-1887. Correspondents include men of state and national prominence
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The records consist of copies of the HAER documentation of Delaware sites
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
Levi C. Stang's scrapbook chronicles his career and employment as an electrical engineer through selected letters and correspondence, newspaper and other clippings, blueprints, and photographs. Additionally, the scrapbook provides insight into the growth and evolution of the Midwest's electric power industry in the early-to-mid twentieth century, and offers a case study in career and professional job growth
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The records of the Westmoreland Coal Company document the evolution of the American bituminous coal industry over a 130-year period. Surviving documentation is most comprehensive for the southwestern Virginia operations, with proportionately less for the Pennsylvania, West Virginia and western operations. More complete descriptions of the major subgroups can be found under related ID numbers