|Author||Butler, Joseph Green, 1840-1927. |
|Title||Fifty years of iron and steel, by Joseph G. Butler, jr.; an address delivered at the thirteenth general meeting of the American iron and steel institute in Cincinnati, Ohio, October 26, 1917, together with additional data concerning the early use of iron and steel, a brief historical reference to the formation and organization of the United States steel corporation and the American iron and steel institute, some facts concerning the American steel industry during and subsequent to the world war, and a short chapter dealing with the open hearth steel process. Embellished with portraits of men who have been and are now most distinguished in the development of American iron and steel industries, and interesting reproductions and illustrations depicting the earlier conditions in these industries. |
|Published||Cleveland, The Penton Press co., 1923. |
|Description||183 p. front., illus. (incl. ports., facsims.) 24 cm. |
|General Note||"Five hundred copies of this edition have been printed." This copy not numbered. |
|Subjects||Cleveland imprints -- 1923. |
Iron industry and trade -- United States.
Steel industry and trade -- United States.
|LC Card Number||23-17177|
|Call Number/Copies|| |
| ||WRHS Research Library: TN 703 B87 1923|
mq48356: LC class, closed stacks [status: NON-CIRCULATING]