This record unit consists of descriptive labels prepared for the collection by Edwin H. Hawley, preparator in the Department of Arts and Industries.
Link Belt Company Photographs
The photographs relate to the Link Belt Company, a manufacturer of industrial equipment.
Matthew Mawhinney Industrial Furnace Collection
Matthew Mawhinney, an engineer specializing in industrial furnace design and operation, collected this material during his career with Salem Engineering Co. and later as a consulting engineer.
Women in Industry Photographs and Advertisements
The collection consists of photographs and advertisements related to women working in industry dating from 1890 to 1948.
Arthur J. Pulos papers
Correspondence, notes, sketches and renderings, exhibition and subject files, teaching files, financial records and clippings document Pulos' career and involvement in industrial design and crafts organizations.
These records originated mostly in the office of the Head Curator of the Department of Engineering and Industries, under Carl W. Mitman and Frank A. Taylor, but include records of several other curators, primarily Smith Hempstone Oliver and Paul E. Garber. The records include general correspondence, memoranda, and administrative files …
National Industrial Conservation Movement Posters Collection
National Industrial Conservation Movement
Posters produced for the national Association of manufacturers' National Industrial Conservation Movement campaign.
Aerospace Industries Association of America Microfilm
These 136 reels of 16 mm microfilm were filmed from the AIA's 1919-1956 records, which document the early history of aviation in the United States. Each reel contains about 4000 documents which trace the strategies, plans, successes and failures of aircraft builders, airline operators, and "air-minded" Americans through aviation's formative years.
Litton Industries Space Suit Collection
This collection consists of approximately 0.36 cubic feet of material relating to the development of space suits at Litton Industries. Materials included in the collection include a copy of the Litton Industries publication, The Extravehicular and Lunar Surface Suit Progress Report; copies of papers authored by Litton Industries staff on the …
Industry on Parade Film Collection
National Association of Manufacturers
Arthur Lodge Productions.
Industry on Parade was a television series created by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) from 1950-1960. The series consisted of weekly episodes that highlighted American manufacturing and business. Hundreds of companies and products were documented during the programs decade-long run.