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# Title Date(s) Creator Description Collection ID Hagley ID Collection
1 Side of a steel building 1950/1960, 1950, 1960 Lukens Steel Company Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0723 Lukens Steel Company photographs
2 Engine block 1944?, 1944 Lukens Steel Company Written on verso: 'WWII ca. 1944. For U.S. Navy small craft.'
Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0732 Lukens Steel Company photographs
3 Fireboxes 1910/1920, 1910, 1920 Lukens Steel Company Written on verso: 'Two eight section fireboxes for Texas & Pacific RR. Two eleven section fireboxes for Frisco Lines. One twenty section firebox for Western Maryland RR.'
Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0715 Lukens Steel Company photographs
4 World's largest commercial galvanizing kettle 1958-08-25 Lukens Steel Company Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0739 Lukens Steel Company photographs
5 Naval Research Laboratory's Radio Telescope Antenna 1966 Lukens Steel Company Written on verso: 'Sugar Grove, W.Va. Lukens LT-75 high strength, low temperature plate steel used for main weldments. 1966 Lukens annual report.'
Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0710 Lukens Steel Company photographs
6 Walt Whitman Bridge, bearing plates 1940/1960, 1940, 1960 Lukens Steel Company Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0730 Lukens Steel Company photographs
7 Texas Towers 1960?, 1960 Lukens Steel Company Written on verso: 'Famed 'Texas Towers' of the Continental Radar Warning System wear leggings of Lukens Monel clad steel which reach from beneath the water level to above the splash level to provide protection against action of the salt water.' 'Lukens products find many interesting applications within the fields they serve. For example, Monel clad cylinders have gone into construction of the first man-made radar island that is part of the Continental Radar Warning System of the United States...
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Written on verso: 'Famed 'Texas Towers' of the Continental Radar Warning System wear leggings of Lukens Monel clad steel which reach from beneath the water level to above the splash level to provide protection against action of the salt water.' 'Lukens products find many interesting applications within the fields they serve. For example, Monel clad cylinders have gone into construction of the first man-made radar island that is part of the Continental Radar Warning System of the United States. Designated as the 'Texas Towers,' the off-shore islands will extend eventually from Newfoundland to Norfolk. Lukens furnished monel clad leggings for each of the three permanent legs to provide corrosion resistance against the action of the sea water.'
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Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0713 Lukens Steel Company photographs
8 Water tower 1955 Lukens Steel Company Written on verso: 'Lukens 1955 annual report. A gleaming water tower made of Lukens stainless-clad steel plates is an attractive landmark for a large corporation's multi-million dollar technical center near Detroit. The tower, which is ellipsoid in shape or similar to a child's toy top, is 140 ft. high. The part which holds the water is 33 feet high and 46 ft. diameter. Three hollow columns which support the ellipsoid also are constructed of Lukens stainless clad steel plates.'
Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0718 Lukens Steel Company photographs
9 Caustic storage vats 1955 Lukens Steel Company Written on verso: 'Caustic storage vats of nichle-clad steel enable a chemical producer to ship high temperature soda in the tanker below. Lukens annual report 1955.'
Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0735 Lukens Steel Company photographs
10 Handling of pilot model landing craft 1960?, 1960 Lukens Steel Company Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0734 Lukens Steel Company photographs
11 Texas Towers 1960?, 1960 Lukens Steel Company Written on verso: 'Famed 'Texas Towers' of the Continental Radar Warning System wear leggings of Lukens Monel clad steel which reach from beneath the water level to above the splash level to provide protection against action of the salt water.' 'Lukens products find many interesting applications within the fields they serve. For example, Monel clad cylinders have gone into construction of the first man-made radar island that is part of the Continental Radar Warning System of the United States...
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Written on verso: 'Famed 'Texas Towers' of the Continental Radar Warning System wear leggings of Lukens Monel clad steel which reach from beneath the water level to above the splash level to provide protection against action of the salt water.' 'Lukens products find many interesting applications within the fields they serve. For example, Monel clad cylinders have gone into construction of the first man-made radar island that is part of the Continental Radar Warning System of the United States. Designated as the 'Texas Towers,' the off-shore islands will extend eventually from Newfoundland to Norfolk. Lukens furnished monel clad leggings for each of the three permanent legs to provide corrosion resistance against the action of the sea water.'
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Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0711 Lukens Steel Company photographs
12 Locomotive boiler dome 1950/1960, 1950, 1960 Lukens Steel Company Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0714 Lukens Steel Company photographs
13 San Francisco-Oakland Bridge 1930/1940, 1930, 1940 Lukens Steel Company Written in corner: 'As a participating member of Bridge Builders, Inc., Dravo joined with several other firms to construct the substructure for the East Bay Crossing of the San Francisco-Oakland Bridge.'
Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0727 Lukens Steel Company photographs
14 World Trade Center under construction in New York, N.Y. 1969 Lukens Steel Company Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0719 Lukens Steel Company photographs
15 Westinghouse cylinder blade ring 1957-05-13 Lukens Steel Company Written on verso: 'LW #561 505-1. Lukenweld Bldg. D.'
Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0696 Lukens Steel Company photographs
16 Tank car 1955 Lukens Steel Company Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0717 Lukens Steel Company photographs
17 Steel plates 1920?, 1920 Lukens Steel Company Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0704 Lukens Steel Company photographs
18 Trifurcation at Yards Creeke Pumped Storage Hydroelectric Project 1966 Lukens Steel Company Written on verso: 'This huge branch connection, called a trifurcation, at the Yards Creek Pumped Storage Hydroelectric Project in northern NJ was fabricated by Chicago Bridge & Iron Co. using Lukens Penstock Steel. The all-welded, three-way connection must withstand great pressures as it breaks a single column of water into three branch flows. It's 'C' girders are 3 1/2 inches thick and its shell 2' thick. Lukens 1966 annual report.'
Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0709 Lukens Steel Company photographs
19 Tank car 1955 Lukens Steel Company Written on verso: 'The first nichle-clad steel plates rolled commercially came out of Lukens in 1930. Some of them were used to line this railroad tank car which, after 25 years of service, continues to transport a highly corrosive chemical between Newark, N.J. and St. Louis. 1955 Lukens annual report.'
Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0716 Lukens Steel Company photographs
20 Steam turbine - inner casting 1969-01 Lukens Steel Company Written on verso: 'General Electric, Schenectady. 14 x 11 x 15 approx size. 101,000 lbs.'
Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0708 Lukens Steel Company photographs
21 Gas storage tanks 1920?, 1920 Lukens Steel Company Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0654 Lukens Steel Company photographs
22 Steel panels on façade of World Trade Center in New York, N.Y. 1969 Lukens Steel Company Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0720 Lukens Steel Company photographs
23 Steel rings 1920/1940, 1920, 1940 Lukens Steel Company Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0738 Lukens Steel Company photographs
24 Steel panels on façade of World Trade Center in New York, N.Y. 1969 Lukens Steel Company Written on verso: 'Steel panels fabricated from Lukens steel plates making facade of World Trade Center, NYC, 1969. 1969 Lukens annual report.'
Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0722 Lukens Steel Company photographs
25 World Trade Center under construction in New York, N.Y. 1969 Lukens Steel Company Lukens Steel Company photographs (Accession 1972.360) 72360_0721 Lukens Steel Company photographs

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