341526PD, 341527PD and 341528PD: Man in overalls showing a Cleaver Brooks boiler to a man in a suit. -- 341529PD and 341530PD: Man seated at a desk drafting plans. -- Written on negative: Tomlinson Steel boiler, 27 June 1966
Smithsonian Institution - National Museum of American History
Scope and Contents Papers, comprised mostly of business correspondence, from Edwin Rust's career as an engineer, specializing in boilers and steam engines. Some letters relate to various engineering companies Rust was associated with, including the Rust Boiler Company of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company of Pueblo, Colorado; The Elk Rapids Iron Company, Michigan; the Rust-Helander Engineering Company of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; the Rust Engineering Company, Birmingham, Alabama. Rust's brother Henry is one of the correspondents. Photographs of boilers and boiler equipment are also included in the papers.
Contains inspection reports prepared by the division. Each report includes builder's name, type of boiler, names of companies that made various parts, owner's name, owner's address, inspection date, inspector's signature, remarks, and physical description of boiler
Alphabetical list of corporations' taxable real estate -- List of exempted properties, churches and civic, with value of building and land and list of industrial steam boilers, manufactured 1865-1898, with date, manufacturing company, and horsepower