United States Steel Corporation
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of industrial photographs taken by the donor during the duration of his studio's operation in Virginia, Minnesota which closed in 1956. Mr. Barclay continued shooting for industrial clients through 1963.
Collection contains: August 4, 1892, letter from Henry W. Oliver to Leonidas Merritt, president of Mt. Iron Company; $100,000 United States Steel Corporation Gold Bond (paid) to Andrew Carnegie; A September 16, 1904, canceled and paid check to Oliver Iron Mining Co. for $835,892.94.
The collection consists of papers related to Hendrickso’s career with U.S. Steel.
The collection contains personal and financial correspondence, letterpress books, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, manuscripts written about local and family history, financial records, legal papers, maps, photographs, one audio cassette of an interview, and reference materials.
The collection contains one 16mm, black and white, silent film (17 min.) of a 1936 mining inspection trip and tour conducted by U.S. Steel and Ford, Bacon, and Davis, Inc. The tour included Duluth, Minnesota and the surrounding area including the iron range.
The collection consists of one folder of correspondence (1909-1912) between Minnesota Steel Company and American Hoist and Derrick Company of St. Paul, Minnesota. The correspondence concerns the purchase and installation of two locomotive cranes from American Hoist and Derrick by the Minnesota Steel Company.
The collection contains minutes, reports by the relief committee which visited Club members who were ill or in need of financial assistance, correspondence, files from the credit union operated by the Club, fuel deduction lists indicating individuals who participated in the Club's program for the joint purchase of heating fuel, financial records, photographs, and architectural drawings.
The collection contains a bound record book of numerical listing of patients treated at the Morgan Park private hospital in Duluth, Minnesota.
The collection contains business records, photographs, glass plate negatives, financial material, exploration data, news clippings, safety manuals, civil defense articles, technical manuals, and maps.
The collection holds: Fishing licenses (1938-1961), 15 photographs of Morgan Park Good Fellowship Club and U.S. Steel Plant activities and personnel (1915-1925, 1950); 2 newspaper clippings of appointment of Grand Herald in Odd Fellows (1931); notice of GFC meeting (n.d.); list of contributors to Emil Scalise’s retirement gift; Army Navy E War Production Award certificate (1945); April 29, 1934 United Protestant Church Odd Fellows program.
The collection consists of slides taken by Robert Silberman, with permission of U. S. Steel, of the U. S. Steel mill at Morgan Park in Duluth. The color slides show the steel mill during its demolition in 1989.
The collection contains descriptions of the new American Steel and Wire Division plant; a news release, a tour folder, two booklets on the Duluth plant and a booklet on the American Steel and Wire Division describing the industry and all its plants with eight photographs. Also included are photograph albums and photographic negatives.
The amateur video consists of 10 minutes of silent black and white footage from 1972 of the plant grounds, plus five minutes of color footage from 1986.
The collection consists of three interviews concerning union organizing activities, factory working conditions, labor politics, and the experiences of Croatian immigrants in northern Minnesota. Earl Bester, Nick Borovack, and Joe Paszak were interviewed by Jean Johnson of radio station WDTH.
The collection consists of two interviews that cover topics and recollections spanning 1919-1960s. The narrators are Sally E. Solomon (approximately 75 minutes) and Pearl Barker (85 minutes).
The collection is the product of classroom assignments by undergraduate students in the Writing for the Social Sciences courses from 1990-1993.