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0370457
TYPE FOUNDRY DESIGNS.
Designs for sale by The United States Type Foundry, James Conner's Sons, New York, mid or late 19th century.
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0354608
TYPE FOUNDRY DESIGNS.
Designs for sale by The United States Type Foundry, James Conner's Sons, New York, mid or late 19th century.
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0370458
TYPE FOUNDRY DESIGNS.
Designs for sale by The United States Type Foundry, James Conner's Sons, New York, mid or late 19th century.
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0354945
NEW YORK: BELL FOUNDRY.
Moulding and casting bells at Meneely's Bell Foundry in Troy, New York. Wood engraving, mid or late 19th century.
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0241815
INDUSTRY.
Germany - North Rhine-Westphalia - Dortmund: apprentice at the steelworks of the Hoesch AG - 1965.
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0241834
INDUSTRY.
Germany, Saarland, Voelklingen, Roechling Steel Company: Worker in the Thomas steelworks. Pig-iron is refined in the convertor. 1958.
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0355205
BOSTON: FOUNDRY, 1855.
Cyrus Alger's iron foundry in Boston, Massachusetts. Wood engraving, American, 1855.
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0127217
PAUL REVERE: TRADE CARD.
Merchant trade card for 'Paul Revere and Son, at their Bell and Cannon Foundry at the North part of Boston.' Line engraving, American, late 18th century.
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0355206
BOSTON: FOUNDRY, 1855.
Casting cannon parts at Cyrus Alger's iron foundry in Boston, Massachusetts. Wood engraving, American, 1855.
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0267853
SCULPTOR'S FOUNDRY, c1862.
Sculptor Clark Mills in front of his octagonal foundry on Blandensburg Road Northeast in Washington, D.C. Photographed c1862.
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0137770
CHARLES DE GAULLE.
French president Charles de Gaulle greeting workers from his train after his visit of August-Thyssen steelworks in Duisburg september 6, 1962. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0137771
CHARLES DE GAULLE.
The french president Charles de Gaulle speaking at the workers of Thyssen steelworks in Duisburg,Germany september 8, 1962. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0355207
BOSTON: FOUNDRY, 1855.
Cyrus Alger's iron foundry in Boston, Massachusetts. Wood engraving, American, 1855.
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0354944
NEW YORK: BELL FOUNDRY.
The mounting room and yard at Meneely's Bell Foundry in Troy, New York. Wood engraving, mid or late 19th century.
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0266347
WEST POINT: FOUNDRY, 1861.
The West Point foundry at Cold Spring, New York. Engraving, American, 1861.
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0622169
PENNELL: HOMESTEAD, 1909.
'In the works, Homestead.' Smoke billowing from steam engines and steel mill smokestacks in Homestead, Pennsylvania. Photograph, 1909.
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0527764
MAP: ALABAMA, c1885.
Aerial view of Birmingham, Alabama. Lithograph after a drawing by Henry Wellge, c1885.
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0024625
EGYPTIAN FRESCO
of foundrymen casting bronze doors, from Tomb of Vizier Rekhimire, 18th Dynasty.
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0108673
STEEL MILL, c1886.
Blast furnaces at the Edgar Thomson Steel Works in Bessemer, Pennsylvania, c1886.
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0266878
DEER, 19th CENTURY.
Metal typefounder's cut by The United States Type Foundry, James Conner's Sons, New York, mid or late 19th century.
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0123385
HOMESTEAD STEEL MILL.
The Homestead Steel Works in Homestead, Pennsylvania. Photograph, early 20th century.
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0066176
BELL CASTING, 1763.
Workmen, casting bells, ready a mold to receive molten copper and tin. Copper engraving from Denis Diderot's 'Encyclopedia,' 1763.
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0093268
THE IRON VIRGIN.
The Iron Virgin of Nuremberg, an Medieval execution device for heretics. 19th century engraving.
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0370454
TYPE FOUNDRY DESIGNS.
Designs for sale by The United States Type Foundry, James Conner's Sons, New York, mid or late 19th century.
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0295052
HISTORY.
French foundry. France, 19th century. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0430647
FINE ART.
Interior of a mirror production foundry, engraving. Italy, 18th century. Full credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0121145
STEEL MILLS, 1938.
Steel mills along Monongahela River, Clairton, Pennsylvania. Photograph by Arthur Rothstein, July 1938.
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0061967
FRANCE: IRON-MAKING.
Casting cold water on the bloom (Fig. 2) at the moment of hammering to assist in scaling off impurities. Line engraving, French, c1750.
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0061799
HENRY CLAY FRICK (1849-1919).
American industrialist. The attempted assassination of Henry Clay Frick by the Russian-American anarchist Alexander Berkman on 23 July 1892, during the Homestead Strike. Wood engraving, American, 1892.
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0116202
HOMESTEAD STRIKE, 1892.
Carnegie steel workers on strike look over the steel mill at Homestead Pennsylvania. Stereograph by John Jarvis, 1892.
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0249273
PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES.
Laborers roll bars for shrapnel steel at a mill. Press Illustrating Service.
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0123383
HOMESTEAD STEEL MILL.
The Homestead Steel Works in Homestead, Pennsylvania. Photograph, early 20th century.
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0013323
CIVIL WAR: FALL OF RICHMOND.
View of the Tredegar Iron Works, with footbridge to Neilson's Island. Photographed in April 1865 by Alexander Gardner.
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0057374
ABRAHAM DARBY (1678-1717).
English ironmaster. Darby at his forge and the discovery of cast iron. Etching, English, 19th century.
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0116200
STEEL MILL, 1941.
Blast furnace and iron ore at the Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation mill in Etna, Pennsylvania. Photograph by Alfred Palmer, 1941.
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0166063
AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS.
Showroom of the American Type Founders Company, New York City. Photograph, 1902.
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0166064
AMERICAN TYPE FOUNDERS.
Employees working on various parts of the press at the American Type Founders Company, New York City. Photograph, 1902.
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0051418
NEW YORK: IRON WORKS, 1876.
The Morgan Iron Works at East Ninth Street at the East River in Manhattan. Line engraving, 1876.
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0087421
IRON WORKS, 1855.
The Montour Iron Works on the Pennsylvania Canal at Danville, Pennsylvania. Wood engraving, 1855.
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0045810
PENNSYLVANIA: STEEL WORKS.
The steel works at Homestead, Pennsylvania. Stereograph view, 1903.
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