Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark
Historic photographs of the Sloss furnaces in operation, and other other Alabama mining and foundry sites; photographs of Sloss after shut down and prior to preservation; and photographs of the site as a museum
Museum of Performance and Design
Collection contains clipping file
Camden County Historical Society
Typewritten ms. (fastener bound) of Charles S. Boyer's published work, "Early forges and furnaces in New Jersey.".
Camden County Historical Society
Large notebook with handwritten notes and research from various sources probably belonging to Charles S. Boyer
University of Scranton
Photographs of a University of Scranton lecture event with Hope Horn Art Gallery director Darlene Miller-Lanning, held in Pearn Auditorium. Miller-Lanning spoke about an exhibit on display at the Gallery, titled 'The Lackawanna Iron Furnaces of Scranton, Pennsylvania: History, Art, Heritage.' The lecture was followed by a reception in the Gallery
Camden County Historical Society
Paper typed with notes of work published by Charles S. Boyer -- Softcover, stapled
Sloss Furnaces National Historic Landmark
Oral histories (84 cassettes and 60 transcripts) of workers associated with the Sloss furnaces and its mine holdings (1930s-1970) generally discussing their coming to Birmingham, Ala., working and living conditions. Includes material relating to Sloss-Sheffield Steel and Iron Company and U.S. Pipe and Foundry Company
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
The Forges and Furnaces Collection at The Historical Society of Pennsylvania (HSP) represents a significant repository of the original forge and furnace books that documents the rise-and-fall of the charcoal iron industry of Pennsylvania. During the 18th and early 19th centuries, due to its rich iron deposits, southeastern Pennsylvania was the major center of American iron production. As time passed, the industry moved steadily westward from the Schuylkill Valley where it started to the Susquehanna Valley and its tributaries; to the Juniata River and the ports on the Union Canal; and eventually to Pittsburgh and western Pennsylvania. In time, charcoal gave way to coke, and iron to steel. The collection documents that progression
York County Heritage Trust/Historical Society of York County
Newspaper articles, mss., labor records, and other materials, relating to Blessing Ore Bank -- Includes reports from Eagle Furnace, probably in Pennsylvania
Illinois State Library - Gwendolyn Brooks Building
Postcard view of a plant in Braddock