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    • Steel Plate

    • Written on back: "The plate shown on the opposite side is one of the largest plates we have made - length and width considered. This plate was supplied against an order covering four plates in all - the material being ordered by the Phoenix Iron...
    • Steel; Factories;
    • Scrap Iron Meeting & Celebration

    • Written on back: "Reading from left to right, facing camera: Hon. W. Butler Windle, Chairman, Chester County Council of Defense; Lessing J. Rosenwald, Chief, Bureau of Industrial Conservation, War Production Board; Robert W. Wolcott, President,...
    • Meetings; Celebrations;
    • Steel Plate

    • Written on back: "The plate shown on the opposite side is one of the largest plates we have made - length and width considered. This plate was supplied against an order covering four plates in all - the material being ordered by the Phoenix Iron...
    • Steel;
    • Steel Plate

    • Written on back: "The plate shown on the opposite side is one of the largest plates we have made - length and width considered. This plate was supplied against an order covering four plates in all - the material being ordered by the Phoenix Iron...
    • Steel;
    • Groundbreaking, Lukens Life Cover

    • Written on back: "Cover: Breaking ground at last month's impressive ceremony at the site of the proposed electric furnace are Mrs. Nancy Huston Hansen and Charles L. Huston Jr., president of the company. Mrs. Hansen is a daughter of President...
    • Magazine covers; Ground breaking ceremonies;
    • Coatesville Declaration

    • Written on back: "With the famous United Nations Building in the background, Mr. Charles Lukens Huston, Jr., left, President of the 150-year-old Lukens Steel Company of Coatesville, Penna., presents the original copy of the Coatesville Declaration,...
    • Meetings;
    • Coatesville Declaration

    • Written on back: "Charles L. Huston, Jr., (left) President, Lukens Steel Company and the Hon. James J. Wadsworth, permanent U.S. representative to the United Nations, during presentation of Coatesville Declaration at World Affairs Center, Monday,...
    • Meetings;
    • Coatesville Declaration

    • Written on back: "Charles Lukens Huston, Jr., President Lukens Steel Company (left) Ambassador James J. Wadsworth, permanent U.S. representative to the United Nations, Frederick Blake Payne delegate to the U.S. Mission to the United Nations, and...
    • Meetings;
    • Coatesville Declaration

    • Written on back: "Charles L. Huston, Jr., (left) President, Lukens Steel Company and the Hon. James J. Wadsworth, permanent U.S. representative to the United Nations, during presentation of Coatesville Declaration at World Affairs Center, Monday,...
    • Meetings;
    • Coatesville Declaration

    • Written on back: "Charles Lukens Huston, Jr., President Lukens Steel Company, addressing press group during presentation of the Coatesville Declaration to Ambassador James J. Wadsworth at the World Affairs Center on Monday, October 17, 1960."
    • Press conferences;
    • Lukens Life Cover, Nov. 1954

    • Written on back: "The Cover: A familiar landmark on W. Lincoln Highway in Coatesville is the Lukens Steel Company bridge. After dark, the glow of the Lukens sign high up on the Open Hearth combines with the flash of headlights from passing cars to...
    • Magazine covers; Bridges;
    • Lukens Main Office Building

    • Written on back: "Picture showing in the foreground, first, Lukens Steel Company Main Office. Next residence of Charles L. Huston; then Huston Mansion, and finally the old Lukens Mansion, with the Lukens Steel Co. in the background."
    • Offices; Houses;
    • Coatesville Declaration

    • Written on back: "Frederick Blake Payne (left) delegate to the U.S. Mission to the United Nations, Dr. H. B. Maynard, President, Maynard Research Council, Inc., and Charles Lukens Huston, Jr., President Lukens Steel Company, at World Affairs Center...
    • Meetings;
    • Charles Penrose

    • Written on back: "taken about the time he entered into partnership with Dr. Chas. Huston. He served as captain of a company organized towards the end of the Civil War."
    • Portrait photographs;
    • Power Shovel

    • Written on back: "1956 annual report: Lukens T-1 steel - 60 tons of it - went into the dipper and related parts of a big power shovel built by the Marion Power Shovel Company. The shovel has a bucket with a 45-cubic yard capacity and can dump its...
    • Construction equipment;

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