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0060004
GLASSMAKING, 18th CENTURY.
The workman placing the finished bottle in the annealing oven; he will pull loose his punty rod leaving a rough spot at the base of the bottle, the imperfection characteristic of all hand-blown glassware. Line engraving, French, 18th century.
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0059998
GLASSMAKING, 18th CENTURY.
Glassware cooling slowly in an annealing oven, the glassware being contained in iron trays that are gradually pushed from the hottest region (rear) to the cooler front: line engraving, French, 18th century.
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0622251
PENNELL: FURNACES, 1916.
'Within the furnaces.' Munitions production in England, with furnaces melting down pig iron. Etching by Joseph Pennell, 1916.
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0123381
CARNEGIE STEEL MILL, c1905.
Blast furnaces along the Monongahela River at the Carnegie Steel Works in Homestead, Pennsylvania. Photograph, c1905.
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0131274
ALABAMA: SLOSS FURNACE.
The Sloss Furnace, a pig iron-producing blast furnace in Birmingham, Alabama. Photograph, c1906.
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0014790
SOAP MANUFACTURE, c1750.
A French soap factory taken up with furnaces, one to a soap-boiler (d). Along the side wall are ranged tanks of lye (e), in three different degrees of strength. Line engraving, French, mid-18th century.
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0130816
COLOGNE: SOLAR FURNACE.
A doctorate student measuring solar data at the solar furnace in Cologne, Germany, 2007. Full credit: Oberhäuser/CARO - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0242251
ECONOMY.
German Empire Free State Prussia Silesia province: Worker at the blast furnace, no further information - Photographer: Paul Mai - Published by: 'Die Sirene' 11/1941 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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0060832
GLASSMAKING, 18TH CENTURY.
Workers putting clay pots filled with glass ingredients into the main furnace of a glass manufactory. Line engraving, French, 18th century.
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0091108
CHEMICAL LABORATORY, 1873.
Line engraving, American, 1873.
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0099748
PITTSBURGH: BLAST FURNACES.
The blast furnaces of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at night. Wood engraving, American, 1885.
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0354788
JAMES GAYLEY (1855-1920).
American metallurgist who developed the dry-blast process for steel furnaces. Photograph, c1911.
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0074307
HOW THE WEST WAS WON, 1962.
Still from the 1962 motion picture 'How the West Was Won.'
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0108617
UTAH: STEEL MILL, 1942.
Partly finished open-hearth furnaces and smokestakes of a Columbia Steel Company factory in Geneva, Utah. Photograph by Andreas Feininger, November 1942.
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0051469
STEAM ENGINE, 1698.
The first commercially successful steam engine, patented in England by Thomas Savery in 1698. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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0075160
BRICKMAKER, 1568.
Woodcut, 1568, by Jost Amman.
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0108632
STEEL WORKERS, c1907.
Closing a furnace after drawing molten iron from it, at a steel mill at Homestead, Pennsylvania, c1907.
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0131028
HOLY LAND: GLASS WORKERS.
Glass workers in a workshop in the West Bank. Photograph, c1910.
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0176056
LABOR DAY PAGEANT, c1942.
A cast of 600 employees of the Weirton Steel Company in Weirton, West Virginia, performing with a contingent of officers and soldiers at an outdoor pageant held in observance of Labor Day, c1942. The backdrop represents a steel mill, with a blast furnace at center and smokestacks that double as cannon when turned downward.
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0165872
VOCANOLOGY.
Illustration of the ancient and modern concepts of the workings of volcanos, c1970.
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0104571
BASIN MAKERS, 1568.
The making of brass basins. Woodcut, 1568, by Jost Amman.
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0104595
LOCKSMITH, 1568.
Woodcut, 1568, by Jost Amman.
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0079578
GERMANY: STEEL WORKS, 1956.
Blast furnaces of the Niederrheinische Huette steel works near Duisberg, West Germany, 1956.
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0170136
MONOPHYSITE FRESCO.
Fresco in a monophysite church near Asyut, Egypt, showing the three children of Babylon in a fiery furnace, 6th century A.D.
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0085668
SOVIET STEEL WORKS, 1930s.
A view of the blast furnaces at the iron and steel works in the newly-constructed Soviet industrial town of Magnitogorsk in western Siberia, 1930s. Photographed by Ivan Shagin.
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0167228
STEEL MILL: BLAST FURNACE.
Blast furnace plant at a steel mill in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Stereograph, c1905.
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0059569
PITTSBURGH: FURNACES, 1885.
The blast furnaces of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at night. Wood engraving, American, 1885.
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0060006
GLASSMAKING, 18th CENTURY.
The annealing of broad glass. Line engraving, French, 18th century.
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0044390
VLADIMIR LENIN (1870-1924).
Vladimir Ilich Ulyanov, known as Lenin. Russian Communist leader. Lenin on the train to the Finland Station at Petrograd, Russia, April 1917. Painting, 1953-54, by Aleksandr M. Lopukhov.
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0059917
THREE HEBREWS.
Meshach, Abednego, and Shadrach in the fiery furnace at Babylon (Daniel 3: 20-26). Wood engraving from a 19th century American Bible.
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0089536
CREMATION, 1876.
The cremation of the body of the German Baron de Palm, at Washington, Pennsylvania, in 1876, under the auspicies of the New York Theosophical Society. Wood engraving from a contemporary newspaper.
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0370149
WATCHMAKER, 1869.
A watchmaker baking the dials at the Elgin National Watch Company factory in Elgin, Illinois. Wood engraving, American, 1869.
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0422497
DECORATIVE ARTS.
Terracotta containers, Dakhla Qasr oasis, Western Libyan Desert, Deir El Haggar, Egypt Full credit: De Agostini / C. Sappa / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0425579
DECORATIVE ARTS.
Ceramic pots in furnace, Chiang Mai, Thailand Full credit: De Agostini / C. Sappa / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0104578
BRICKMAKER, 1568.
Woodcut, 1568, by Jost Amman.
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0059996
GLASSMAKING, 18th CENTURY.
A ladle of molten glass, ready to pour for the manufacture of plate glass, is pulled out of the furnace onto a carriage: line engraving, French, 18th century.
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0126287
GLASSWORKER, 19th CENTURY.
A glass blower at work. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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0126294
GLASSWORKER, 19th CENTURY.
Glass blowers and apprentices at work. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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0108670
STEEL MILL, c1905.
Yard at a steel works at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Stereograph, c1905.
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0078062
KENTUCKY: FACTORY, 1876.
The Ashland Furnace and Coal Works at Ashland, Kentucky. Wood engraving, 1876.
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