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STEEL MILL, c1886.
Blast furnaces at the Edgar Thomson Steel Works in Bessemer, Pennsylvania, c1886.
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0095781
JEWELER'S WORKSHOP, c1500.
Line engraving, 19th century.
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0043827
FRANCE: IRON FURNACE.
A blast furnace. Copper engraving, French, 18th century.
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GERMANY: STEEL WORKS, 1956.
Blast furnaces of the Niederrheinische Huette steel works near Duisberg, West Germany, 1956.
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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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INDUSTRY.
Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia, Ruhr: smeltery Oberhausen AG, the furnace. January 1960.
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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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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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DYERS, 14th CENTURY.
Clothing dyers at work. Detail of an illumination by Jehan de Grise in the 'Romance of Alexander,' c1340.
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0044927
THREE HEBREWS IN FURNACE.
Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego in the fiery furnace at Babylon (Daniel 3: 20-26). Wood engraving, 19th century, after Gustave Doré.
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STEEL MILL, c1905.
A ladle pouring molten steel into molds at a foundry in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Stereograph, c1905.
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JAMES GAYLEY (1855-1920).
American metallurgist who developed the dry-blast process for steel furnaces. Photograph, c1911.
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CARNEGIE STEEL MILL, c1905.
Blast furnaces along the Monongahela River at the Carnegie Steel Works in Homestead, Pennsylvania. Photograph, c1905.
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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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0115314
DIEGO RIVERA: DETROIT.
Detail of Diego Rivera's mural at the Detroit Institute of Arts depicting the American automobile industry, 1932-33.
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0131079
STEEL MILL, c1948.
'The Big Blow.' Bessemer process at Weirton Steel Company, Weirton, West Virginia. Oil on canvas by Aaron Bohrod, c1948. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
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0107409
HINE: BOTTLE FACTORY, 1908.
Boys making bottles in the Mannington Glass Works in West Virginia. Photograph by Lewis Hine, 1908.
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0108532
CHEMICAL PLANT, 1942.
A worker in front of an electric phosphate smelting furnace used to make elemental phosphorus in a TVA chemical plant in the vicinity of Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Photograph by Alfred Palmer, June 1942.
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0108645
STEEL WORKERS, c1907.
Steel workers at the lower level of a blast furnace at a factory in Homestead, Pennsylvania, c1907.
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ALABAMA: SLOSS FURNACE.
Casting pig iron, or crude iron, at the Sloss Furnace in Birmingham, Alabama. Photograph, c1906.
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JEWS IN FIERY FURNACE.
Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego in the fiery furnace at Babylon (Daniel 3: 20-26). Wood engraving, 19th century, after Gustave Doré.
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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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0369249
HISTORY.
A house to protect children from the lions in Kurreechane, a Tammaha home, a Kurreechane furnace , ceramic vessels and a razor, engraving from Travels in South Africa, by John Campbell (1766-1840), 1822. Africa, 19th century. Full Credit: De Agostini / G. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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ARCHAEOLOGY.
Gold production by the Spaniards, page from the Florentine Codex, bilingual version in Spanish and Nahuatl, General History of the Things of New Spain (Historia general de las cosas de Nueva Espana), by the Spanish missionary Fray Bernardino de Sahagun (1499-1590). Aztec civilisation, 16th century. Facsimile. Full credit: De Agostini Picture
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GLASSWORKER, 19th CENTURY.
Glass blowers at work in a factory. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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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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0051468
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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MINTING COINS, c1515.
The minting of coins. Woodcut, German, by Hans Burgkmair, c1515.
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0251047
HANOVER, NEW HAMPSHIRE, USA.
Members of the Dartmouth Outing Club sleep on the floor by the fire. Fred H. Harris.
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PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA.
Steel plants and blast furnaces reflect on the river at night. No Credit Given.
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0126287
GLASSWORKER, 19th CENTURY.
A glass blower at work. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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BROADSHEET, 17th CENTURY.
'The Physician Curing Fantasy.' Anonymous engraved French broadsheet of the 17th century, an amusing travesty on the idea that wisdom can be imbibed and crotchets or vagaries can be eliminated by physical means.
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0116199
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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DETROIT: STEEL MILL, 1942.
Coal-fed blast furnaces at the Great Lakes Steel Corporation at Detroit, Michigan. Photograph by Arthur Siegel, November 1942.
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STEEL MILL, c1905.
Yard at a steel works at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Stereograph, c1905.
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MINING, 1494.
A medieval mining and dredging operation. Woodcut from a Spanish translation of Bartholomaeus Anglicus' 'De proprietatibus rerum,' published at Toulouse, France, 1494.
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COPPER SMELTING.
Smelting copper in a reverberatory furnace. Line engraving, French, mid-18th century, from Denis Diderot's 'Encyclopedia.'
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STEEL FACTORY, c1907.
View of the blast furnaces at the Steel Works at Homestead, Pennsylvania. Photograph, c1907.
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0108616
STEEL FACTORY, 1941.
Piles of iron ore in front of the blast furnaces at the Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation in Farrell, Pennsylvania. Photograph by Alfred Palmer, November 1941.
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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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