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CRA012 -- Inland Steel Company Collection
  
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CRA 012: Photographs

Inventory

50.00 Linear Feet
September 1989
Revised April 1990;February 1992
July 1992;Sept. 1994;March 1995; Sept. 1997
Oct.1998; June 1999; June 2001; August 2008


Box File Description
1 1 Book, History Story of Inland Steel Co., 1893-1942, n.d.
2 Book, 50 Years of Inland Steel, 1943
3 Book, Inland Steel, 1893-1943, by John Watson Wilder, n.d.
4 Booklet, “The Story of Inland Steel”, 1964
5 Booklet, “History of Inland Steel Co. to 1971", by W. A. Perry, n.d.
6-9 Booklet, “A History of Inland Steel Company and the Indiana Harbor Works”, by W. A. Perry, ca. 1980
10-11 Booklet, “A History of Inland Steel Company and the Indiana Harbor Works”, by William A. Perry, 1893-1979 and Sam H. Saran, 1980-1992, ca. 1992
12 Booklet, “A History of Inland Steel company and the Indiana Harbor Works”, by William A. Perry, 1893-1979 and Sam H. Saran, 1980-1992, ca. 1993
13 Booklets, “Inland Steel at 100: Beginning a Second Century of Progress”, 1993
  SERIES: Centennial History Source Materials
2 1 Timeline
  Notes, Shipments in tons, 1978-1992, n.d.
Notes, Number of employees, 1901-1993, n.d.
Chart, Chronicle of Selected Production Units and Related Operating Statistics, 1954
Notes, Published historical resources, n.d.
Typescript, Working outline, n.d.
Typescript, Chronology of events, 1963?-1991?
Notes, 1952 steel industry employment, n.d.
Notes, Ideas for sidebars, n.d.
Memorandum, regarding production statistics, 1993
Chart, Total Employees - Indiana Harbor Works, 1902-1980, 1981
Chart, Net tons Ingot Capacity and Production, 1902-1992, n.d.
Notes, McDonald’s hamburger statistics, n.d.
Typescript, Chronology of events, 1950-1059, n.d.
Typescript, Chronology of events, 1960-1969, n.d.
Booklet, “The Story of Inland Steel Company, from 1893 to the Present”, 1988
Booklet, “A Special 75th Anniversary edition of the Inland Rail Slitter” (Chicago Heights Works), 1968
Calendar, “East Chicago’s First 100 Years: a Historical Calendar”, 1993
Typescript, Dates, events, statistics, n.d.
Notes, On 100 millionth ton pour, n.d.
Notes, On various mill dedications, n.d.
Chart, Updated Organizational Chart for Inland Steel Flat Products Co., 1993
Typescript, Historical notes from “The Story of Inland Steel: 50 years of Inland Steel”, n.d.
Memorandum, Important Events in the History of Inland Steel Company, n.d.
Typescript, Some Important Points of the History of Inland Steel Company, n.d.
Typescript, Founding of Inland Steel Co., 1942
Typescript, Formation of Inland Steel Company, n.d.
Chart, Steel Industry & Inland Steel Company Percent of Ingot Production to Capacity, 1902-1948, 1954
Chart, History of Inland’s Capacity and Production of Steel, 1902-1950, n.d.
Typescript, Events in Inland history, n.d.
Memorandum, Regarding early steel production in Indiana, 1966
Typescript, Dis & Dat About 1 OH (open hearth), n.d.
Charts, Employment vs. Ingot Net Tonnage, 1902-1950; Rated capacity, 1935-1960; Ingot Net Tonnage, 1902-1950, n.d.
Notes, No. 1 Open Hearth Shop Annual Tonnages poured, 1902-1965, n.d.
Notes, Capital expenditures and assets, 1946-1980, n.d.
Notes, Common stock record, 1894-1940, n.d.
Notes, Capital expenditures, 1923-1945, n.d.
Chart, Tax Rate Tables, (1909-1992), 1992
Excerpt, List of Presidents and Chairmen of the Board, Inland News, 1966, no.3
Typescript, Historical Development, n.d. (With cover correspondence)
Excerpt, “Inland Steel Industries, Inc.” from Mining & Metals, 1991 (with cover correspondence)
Typescript, “A General Perspective on the 1890s, As Inland Steel is Founded” by Lance Trusty, 1992 (with cover correspondence)
   
(2) 2 Leadership
  Typescript, Inland Centennial Magazine, Leadership, Draft, n.d.
Article, “Take My Name off the Door When”, Industry Week, October 4, 1993
Article, “Is It Jobless Growth, or Just Slow Growth?”, Wall Street Journal, November 1, 1993
Booklet, “Inland”, Winter 89
Manuscript, [Important dates in Inland history], n.d.
Booklet,”A Steel Giant in the Making . . .the First Nine Decades; The Story of Inland Steel”, 1989
Article, “J. T. Ryerson & Son Marks 100th Year in Steel Business”, American Metal Market, July 4, 1942
Transcript, Remarks of Clarence B. Randall and response of Edward L. Ryerson at ceremony in which Mr. Ryerson received the first Community Service Citation of the Public Relations Society of America, Chicago Chapter, October 15, 1956
Article, “Religious Beliefs Have Become a Cultural Heresy”, Chicago Tribune, October 14, 1993
Article, “The Joe Block Years: Period of Inland’s Greatest Growth”, Inland News, 1967, no. 4
Article, “The Legacy of Joe Block”, n.d.
Article, “J. L. Block: The Press Comments”, The Inland Steelmaker, November 16, 1967
Memorandum, Philip D. Block, Jr. Biographical Data, 1977
Article excerpt, Regarding Inland management foresight, n.d.
Article, “Twenty-five Years of Progress in Chicago’s Steel Industry”,by L. E. Block, Inland Open Hearth, January 8, 1930
Article, “The Rise of Inland”, Commerce Magazine, January, 1936
Article, “Inland’s Happy Island”, Forbes, June 1, 1957
Article, “Why Inland Steel is so Lively”, Business Week, June 21, 1958
Article, “Holding Its Own Against the Titans”, Business Week, December 15, 1962
Article, “Inland Steel Does It Again”, Fortune, July, 1958
Transcription, Address to Inland Steel Management Club by Joseph L. Block, September 21, 1967
   
(2) 3 Chapter 2, Materials for a New Way of Life
  Typescript, Average steel in an automobile, 1992
Article, “Steel, Not Plastic, Reduces Auto Weight – a Myth Dispelled”, Metal Forming Magazine, November, 1991
Article, “Recycling a Top Issue: Steel Making Big Gains”, Ward’s Automotive Yearbook, 1992
Article, “Brief History and General Information” (80" Hot Strip Mill), ca. 1993
Typescript, “Winston Churchill Salute”, n.d.
Memorandum, Inland Annual Report, Copy suggestions for pages 11-12, March 1, 1939
Article, “Significant Changes in Steel since 1920", 1951
Article, “The Story of Steel - VII, Rolling Sheets and Strip”, 1942
Press release, “New Inland Blast Furnace Lighted”, January 12, 1939
Typescript, Technical Information Concerning the Inland Steel Company’s new No. 5 Blast Furnace, January 5, 1939
Transcription, No. 3 Open Hearth Commemoration Dinner (speeches), 1986
Article excerpt, “No. 2's Last Hurrah”, Inland Magazine, July, 1971
Booklet, “No. One Open Hearth News, final edition”, 1966
Article, “Greeting the New Madeline”, n.d.
Booklet, “The Age of Steel – a Picture Portrait of One of America’s Largest Steelmakers, Inland Steel Company”, ca. 1965
Booklet, “Inland Steel, Steelmaker to Mid-America”, ca. 1979
Article, “Steel III: Mill on the Lake, Fortune, September, 1931
Booklet, “50th Anniversary Blast Furnace Production, Indiana Harbor Works, Inland Steel Co.”, 1957
Article, “Which of Inland’s Enameling Steels Is the One for You?”, 1969
Article, “And Now, a Trained Steel That Can Do a Muscle-Building Act”, 1969
Article, “Shapes of Things to Come - They’ll Be Welded”, 1968
Article, Regarding new Inland products, 1966
Article, Regarding customer applications for Inland steel, Inland Magazine of the Middle West, n.d.
Article, “A Super Steel for Weightwatchers”, Inland Magazine of the Middle West, n.d.
Article, “Tough, and Fights. . . Abrasion?”, Inland Magazine of the Middle West, n.d.
Article, “Four Chapters in the Life of a New Steel”, 1983
Article, “Aluma-TI, a New Way to Beat the Heat”, 1981
Article, “High-Strength, Light Weight, Protective Coatings: The Now and Future Steels, 1980
Article, “A Pattern for Success” (Embossed-pattern steel), 1978
Article, “All in the Family: Steels to Fit Every High-Strength Need”, 1978
Article, “Keying on Strength”, 1977
Article, “MartINsite”, 1967
Article, “The Question was . . .” (Aluminized steel), 1967
Article, “New Design Freedom with Welded Wide Flange Beams”, 1966
Article, “Come Beat the Drum for Monostress”, 1965
Typescript, “The Manufacture of Rails”, 1943
Booklet, “New Heights at the Heights”, n.d.
Press release, “Inland Steel Installs New Mill to Roll a Strip of Steel a Mile Long and a Yard Wide in Less than 2 ½ minutes”, n.d.
Correspondence, Regarding Inland’s steel in historic Russian building, 1992
Article, “Inland Ti-Enamel”, Inland News, January, 1945
   
(2) 4 Chapter 3, Many Voices
  Typescript, Regarding immigrants to Northwest Indiana, n.d.
Transcription, Interview with J. Navarre Macomb, Jr., 1993
Typescript, Comments from Archibald McKinlay, 1993
Correspondence, Between Corporate Communications and Employee Relations regarding possible interviewees, July 30-August 9, 1993
Notes, Regarding minority percentages, 1993
Excerpt, “Development in Ethnic Heritage Curriculum: A Case Study of Romanian Americans in Lake County, Indiana, by Mary Leuca, 1979
   
5 Chapter 4, People on the Job
  Program, Sixth Annual Picnic, Employees of the Inland Steel Co., Michigan City, August 16, 1915
Program, Fourth Annual Picnic, Employees of the Inland Steel Company to Michigan City, August 18, 1913
Typescript, Reminiscences of J. de Navarre Macomb, Jr., 1993
Correspondence, Regarding arrangements for employee picnic, 1914
Article, “The La Bounty Brothers”, 1951
Booklet, “Your Job with Inland”, n.d.
Article, “Region Steel Giant Turns 75", Times, May 29, 1977
Handout, Inland’s Ten Goals, n.d.
Typescript, Construction Then and Now, 1943
Article, “History of No. 1 O.H.”, final edition, #1 O.H. News, 1966
Article, “Remembering Steelmen ‘Who Had Been Somewhere’”, n.d.
Typescript, Reminiscences of David W. Saunders, 1943
Transcription, Interview of Irwin Rosenak, 1979
Article, “It was Always Like the Fourth of July”, Inland Magazine of the Middle West, n.d.
Article, “Jesse Newell’s River of Iron and Time”, 1980
Article, “A Rendezvous with Odah, Inland Magazine, 1984
Article, “Odah Upthegrove is 92", n.d.
Correspondence, Between Odah Upthegrove and Robert Lefley, 1984 (photocopies)
Article, “The Lady and the Boat”, Inland News, 1978, no. 1
Photographs, (4), Odah Upthegrove, DeTour Village, Mich., 1978
   
(2) 6 Chapter 5, Part of Something Bigger
 
List, Inland’s Nine Goals, 1953
List, Inland’s Ten Goals, n.d.
Memorandum, Regarding Purdue-Inland Training Program, n.d.
Paper, “Inland Steel and Social Responsibility”, n.d.
Magazine, Inland News, no. 3, 1967
Newsarticle, “3 Careers End for Clarence B. Randall”, The Inland Steelmaker, n.d.
Article, “Returning to New Challenges” (Randall and Ryerson), April, 1956
Negative, Edward L. Ryerson (no. 39-4659), 1939
Article, “Inland’s Jaicks Offers Mixed View of Steel Industry Future”, December 16, 1982
Typescript, “The Founding of United Way of Chicago (1930-1990), n.d.
Article, “Two Decades of Giving”, 1966?
Typescript, “Inland Steel-Ryerson Foundation and Corporate Contributions”, n.d.
Program, Inland Steel-Ryerson Foundation Recognition Dinner for Inland Scholars, 1993
Press release, regarding Inland scholarships, November 18, 1992
Article, “School for Presidents”, 1971
Notes, Regarding Open Housing, 1993
Article, “Two Former Executives Die”, The Inland Steelmaker, June 7, 1991
Printout, “Chicago Schools Lose a Leader”, Chicago Tribune, June 2, 1991
Vita, William (Bill) E. Lowry, n.d.
Article, “Jones Memorial Center - Home of the Helping Hand”, The Star, July 2, 1967
Article, “Chicago TV’s Personnel Man”, Inland News, no.3, 1967
Excerpt, “Inland Steel Industries”, n.d.
Newsarticle, “Inland Chairman Modest”, Chicago Tribune, December 9, 1975
Article, “Inland Signs ‘Plan for Progress’; action Reaffirms Company’s Long-Standing Policy of Non-discrimination”, Inland News, no. 2, 1964
Article, “Affirmative Action: More than a Numbers Game”, Inland Now, 1976?
Article, “A Helping Hand for Inland Communities”, Inland Now, 1976?
Article, “The Steel Firm with Civic Heart”, Work, September, 1961
Script, “Inland’s Equal Employment Opportunity Program”, n.d.
Article, “Detail ‘Action Plan’ for Job Equality”, The Steelmaker, December 26, 1969
Article, “A Time for Commitment”, Inland News, no. 3, 1968
Article, “Edward L. Ryerson, 1888-1971", 1971?
Typescript, Edward L. Ryerson biography, 1963
Article, “President Ike Picks Randall as Tariff Study Group Chairman”, 1953
Article, “People Make the Difference”, 1963
Program, Chicago Chapter Public Relations Society of America Award for Community Service to Inland Steel Company, 1966
Newsarticle, “A Tribute to Civic-Minded Inlanders”, 1966?
Excerpt, “Inland Graduation”, 1950?
Magazine, Inland News, no. 1, 1968
Report (photocopy), Inland Steel Building; Preliminary Staff Summary of Information Submitted to the Commission on Chicago Landmarks, 1991
Letter, To the editors of several newspapers regarding steel price increases, from Joseph L. Block, July 25, 1977
Typescript, Narrative summary of White House Dinner, July 10, 1970, by Joseph L. Block
Article, “East Chicago’s Front Door” (Lake front development), Inland News, January, 1954
Typescript, Talk Given by Mr. W. Sykes at Dedication of the E. J. Block Athletic Field on May 30, 1942 with note cards and cover correspondence, 1942
Booklet, “Facts About the Lake Front Project”, n.d.
Pamphlet, “A Dedication Address by Joseph L. Block: A New Park for East Chicago”, 1958
   
(2) 7 Chapter 6, A Valued Supplier
  Typescript, Conversation with Derrick Brewster, 1993
Advertisement (photocopy), Proposed rolling schedule, August, 1927
Typescript, “Inland Steel Company - Able Servant of the Central West”, 1929
Article, “Special Feathers for Inland Caps” (Departmental insignia), The Inland Steelmaker, March 30, 1972
Advertisement, “We Opened in Chicago”, 1968
Article, “A Talk with Derrick Brewster”, Inland Magazine of the Middle West, n.d.
Article, Regarding high-speed bar production, 1969
Article, Regarding major expansion, 1968
Article, “Gold, Silver, Bronze - and Steel”, Inland Steel, 1980
Article, “Password for Progress: Faster and Better”, 1982
Article, “A Two-Sided Attack”, 1982
Article, “Perform - as Never Before”, 1982
Article, “The Computer Connection”, 1982
Article, “Team Quality”, 1982
Article, “Rising to the Occasion” (Quality control), 1982
Article, “Steelpower Rise at Indiana Harbor”, 1967
Article, Regarding the No. 3 Cold Strip Mill, 1970
Article, Regarding the 80-inch Hot Strip Mill, 1965
Article, “Location Helps Inland Steel Become Largest Independent Producer in Central West”, The East Chicagoan, December, 1930
   
(2) 8 Chapter 7 Expanding Inland’s Reach
  Article, “‘Give While You Live’Spirit forges Ryerson’s ties to City,” Chicago Tribune, June 14, 1992
Press release, Edward L. Ryerson, the Man and the Family, January 21, 1960
Article, “It Was News 40 Years Ago” (Ryerson history), Skilling’s Mining Review, December 28, 1968
Article, “The History of a Service” (Ryerson), Metal/Center News, October, 1972
Excerpt, from The Ryerson Record, n.d.
Correspondence, Inland Corporate Relations and Ryerson Communications regarding information for Centennial Book, with excerpt of speech detailing Ryerson and Inland efforts to revitalize the Pullman community, n.d.
Booklet, 100 Years of Peace and War, Ryerson, 1842-1942, 1942
Booklet, “Ryerson Celebrating the First 150 Years”, 1992?
Booklet, “75th Anniversary, Tull Metals, 1914-1989", n.d.
Article, “Chains Were Key Link in Hudson Defense”, 1975
Article, “Company’s ‘History’ Traced to 1760", n.d.
Magazine, Inside Ryerson, 1992, no. 1
Draft, Centennial history Chapter 5, with notes and comments and excerpt from Ryerson Record, 1993
Notes, Regarding 1929 stock deal with Cleveland Cliffs, n.d.
Article, Biographical information for P.D. Block, L. E. Block, G. H. Jones, and E. H. Adams, The Iron Age, August 21, 1919
Article, “Buffalo Steel to Shut Down Tonawanda Plant by Oct. 1", May 21, 1962
   
9 Chapter 8, Science at Work
  Article, “The Mills of Change”, 1982
Article, “Salute to the New ‘Ship’ on Stream” (No. 3 Continuous Anneal Line), 1983
Article, Regarding the Inland Research Center, 1996
Article, “Assignment: Keep Abreast of Emerging Technology in World Steel”, 1981
Typescript, Regarding the 76" Hot Strip Mill, ca. 1932
Typescript, “Plant Electrification”, 1943
Booklet, “Inland Steel Research Labs”, 1968
Notes, Regarding start-up dates for various mills in 1932, n.d.
Booklet, “No. 2 Continuous Caster Media Coverage”, 1985-1986
   
10 Chapter 8, Threats
  Excerpt, “History of Wage Negotiations Since 1937", n.d.
Article, “USW Leaders Meet Today to Draft Demand for New Three-Year Steel Industry Pact”, January 9, 1974
Article, “Steel Trade Problems Can Be Solved”, 1982?
Article, “Steelworkers Are Likely to Stress Pensions In Contract Talks With 10 Largest Producers”, January 11, 1974
Article, “Steel’s Sea of Troubles”, BusinessWeek, September 19, 1977
Article, “Environmental Controls Could Cost Steel Another $14 Billion by ‘83", Inland Now, no. 3, 1975
Article, “Millions for Clean Air and Water”, Inland News, no. 1, 1966
Article, “‘Clean Air’ Program Underway at Indiana Harbor Works”, Inland News, no. 2, 1966
Article, “In Need of an Overhaul: The Nation’s Environmental Standards”, 1980?
Typescript, Comments on Labor and Imports, 1960
Article, “7 Myths About Profits”, Inland News, Fall, 1961
Article, “The Stakes are Higher Than You Think”, Inland Now, no. 4, 1977
Article, “Heating Up Again: The Problem of Imported Steel”, 1977?
Article, “Imports - A Serious Threat to the Jobs of American Steelworkers”, Inland News, no. 3, 1966
Article, “Inland and Foreign Trade”, Inland Now, no. 4, 1973
Article, Regarding pollution control, 1977?
Newsarticle, “Steel Firms, Union Leaders Look for a Way to Bargain Without the Threat of Strikes”, The Wall Street Journal, February 16, 1973
Typescript, Summaries of New York Times articles regarding Truman’s seizure of steel industry, April, 1952
Newsarticle, “Text of Steel Industry Reply to Seizure”, The New York Times, May 10, 1952
Excerpt, Report to Stockholders, 1951?
Excerpt, Report to Stockholders, 1952?
Newsarticle, “32 Lake Pastors Call Steel Mills, Labor
‘Selfish’”, Gary Post Tribune, n.d.
Article, “The Issues in the Steel Strike”, Inland News, November, 1959
Article, “High Wages and No Job?”, Inland News, 1959?
Article, “Issues in the 1959 Steel Bargaining”, Inland News, March, 1959
Letter, To Inland Men and Women from Joseph L. Block, regarding strike issues, September 28, 1959
Newsarticle, “A Shortage of Steel Likely in Next Boom: Price Controls Cited”, The Wall Street Journal, September 26, 1973
Article, “A Primer on Steel Imports”, Inland Now, no. 1, 1978
Article, “The Master Builder” (Frederick Jaicks), Inland Now, no. 2, 1983
Editorial, Let go of the trigger, Chicago Tribune, September 8, 1978
Letter to the Editor, Keep a finger on that trigger, by Frederick Jaicks, September 17, 1978
Article, “Continuing Problems and Continued Progress”, Inland News, no. 1, 1966
Article, “Profit Performance in 1976 Affected by Government Price Restraint and Imports”, Inland Now, no. 2, 1977
Newsarticle, “Bethlehem, U.S. Steel Plan Legal Action Against Cost Council After Price Ruling”, January 30, 1974
Newsarticle, “Big Steel’s Tragic Blunder”, n.d.
Article, “Behind U.S. Steel’s Price Blunder”, Fortune, August, 1962
Typescript, Reminiscences of various Inland employees, 1979
Article, “Manufacture and Use of Steel Creates 40% of Factory Jobs”, February, 1940
Table, Freight Commodity Statistics of Class I Steam Railways in the United States, 1953
Typescript, Memorandum of Agreement between the steel companies and the steelworkers’ union, with cover letter, January 5, 1960
Article, “Useless Jobs in Steel”, Chicago Sun Times, January 7, 1960
List, East Chicago Ministers Who Will Conduct Services Inside the Plant, August 6, 1959
Letter, To the Men and Women of Inland Steel from Joseph L. Block, regarding “union-busting”, August 5, 1959
Letter, To The Reverend Ralph Mitchell from the Director of Community Relations, thanking him for conducting services inside the plant during the strike, August 19, 1959
Transcription, Telegram from Joseph L. Block to David J. McDonald, August 8, 1959
Memorandum, Regarding “open gate” policy, August 9, 1959
Press release, Regarding telegrams between Joseph L. Block and David J. McDonald, August 10, 1959
Letter, To Inland stockholders, from Joseph L. Block, regarding the strike, August 31, 1959
Handout, Containing correspondence between Peter Calacci and Louis Chickie and Joseph L. Block, October 13, 1959
Article, “Peter Calacci: a Portrait of the Man Who Heads Up Steel’s Biggest Local” with “How Inland Feels About Its Unions”, n.d.
Article, “Inlanders Received an Extra 90 cents per hour in the Form of These Principal Benefits Last Year”, Fall, 1961
Newsarticle, “Manpower Man Frank H. Cassell to be Consultant”, The Inland Steelmaker, May 31, 1968
Article, “Foreign Competition - Fact or Fiction?”, Inland News, May, 1960
Article, “Productivity: the Key to Our Future”, 1971
Article, “Strike Dominates Labor Relations”, 1959?
Letter, To the stockholders from Joseph L. Block, February 19, 1960
Article, “Steel Enters a New Era”, Inland News, January, 1961
Newsarticle, “Steel Price Cuts Laid to One Mill’s Drive to Lift Market Share, Not Less Demand”, January 10, 1972
Newsarticle, “Bethlehem, Republic, Inland Steel File Plans to Follow U.S. Steel’s 6 1/2% Price Increases”, December 3, 1973
Excerpt, Industrial Representation Plan of the Inland Steel Company, November 29, 1933
Article, “New Facts About the Cost of Living”, Spring, 1962

   
(2) 11 Chapter 9, Adapting to Change
  Article, “How Much Japanese Steel Can You Get for 45 Bushels of American Soybeans?”, 1967
Article, “New Diamond for a New Day” (Company logo), Inland Magazine of the Middle West, n.d.
Article, “Mission Statement”, n.d.
Article, “The Sign in the Marketplace”, 1982
Article, “No Back Burner for Progress”, 1982
Article, “Compass Points the Course to New Success”, 1965
Article, “The Decade that Rocked the Boat”, 1969
Article, “Modernization”, 1966
   
12 Chapter 10, Vision for the Future
  Transcription, Remarks by Robert J. Darnall, 1990 Annual Meeting
Transcription, Remarks by Robert J. Darnall, I/N Tek Commissioning, 1990
Transcription, Remarks by Frank W. Luerssen, I/N Tek Commissioning, 1990
Transcription, Remarks by Frank W. Luerssen, I/N Kote Commissioning, 1992
Transcription, Remarks by Frank W. Luerssen, 1992 Annual Meeting
Article, “Pact a Labor-Relations Breakthrough”, The Inland Steelmaker, July 23, 1993
Press release, “Steelworkers and Inland Steel Reach New Contract”, District 31, United Steelworkers of America, May 27, 1993
Article, “Inland Steel - Japanese Venture Picks Indiana”, Chicago Tribune, n.d.
Fax, “1993 Inland Steel - USWA Contract, Executive Summary”, October 14, 1993
Press release, Regarding Inland’s Science and Technology Council, May 12, 1992
Biographical Data Sheet, Frank W. Luerssen, July, 1991
Biographical Data Sheet, Robert J. Darnall, February, 1993
Chronology, Inland events, 1977-1991
Transcription, Remarks by Robert J. Darnall, I/N Kote Customer’s Day, June 4, 1992
Brochure, “Trail Blazer in Corporate Architecture: Inland Steel Building”, n.d.
Typescript, “Total Effort for Total Quality”, n.d.
Transcription, Remarks by Robert J. Darnall, I/N Kote Commissioning, May 12, 1992
Media Briefing, Comments on Steel Technology by Robert J. Darnall, American Iron and Steel Institute, 1993 General Meeting
Transcription, “The Honda of America/Inland Steel Partnership: a Decade of Successful Cooperation”, Remarks by Robert J. Darnall, November 10, 1992
Transcription, Remarks by Robert J. Darnall, Inland Steel Industries Annual Meeting, 1993
Transcription, Remarks by Robert J. Darnall, Investment Analyst’s Forum, October 31, 1990
Transcription, Remarks by Frank W. Luerssen, AISI General Meeting, May 22, 1991
Article, “Wages, Salaries, and Benefits: Inlanders Facing Dilemma”, ca. 1982
Article, “Profit is not a four-letter word: Block”, ca. 1971
Article, “What Inland’s Profit Problems Mean to You”, Inland Now, 1971, no. 1
Photocopy, Frederick Jaicks biographical information, Who’s Who in America, 1986/87
Press release (draft), “Steel Economic Outlook, 1991", December 21, 1990
Article, “A Steel Man Banks His Furnaces” (Jaicks retirement), 1983

   
(2) 13 Historic Tidbits, 1893-1939
  Guarantees (photocopies), The First National Bank of Chicago loans to Inland Steel Company, December 9, 1901 and August 11, 1902
Newsarticle, Regarding the establishment of Chicago Steel Works at Chicago Heights, Chicago Inter-Ocean, October 29, 1893
Article, “ The Inland Steel Company”, The Iron Age, January 25, 1894
Excerpt, “First Stockholders’ Report” (July 17, 1894), n.d.
Typescript, Incorporation of the Inland Iron & Forge Company, Iron Age, November 25, 1897
Article, Regarding the purchase of East Chicago Iron & Steel Company, The Iron Age, November 25, 1897
Contract, Between Inland Steel and Standard Oil Company for fuel oil, 1902
Typescript, “Early History of Inland Steel Company”, 1938
Typescript, “Incorporation of Inland Steel Co.”, 1938
Excerpt (typescript), From product catalog, Inland Steel Company, Chicago Heights, Ill., 1894
Typescript, “1893 Depression”, 1938
Memorandum, Regarding 1901 Board and Stockholder Action, Inland Steel Company, n.d.
Excerpt, Remarks by Joseph L. Block regarding 1893 Depression, 1951?
Typescript, “The Inland Steel Company’s Indiana Harbor Works”, The Iron Age, September 3, 1905
Article, “New Blast Furnace of the Inland Steel Co. at Indiana Harbor, Ind.”, The Iron Trade Review, January 16, 1908
Typescript, Incorporation information, n.d.
Excerpt, “Inland Steel Co.”, Iron and Steel Works Directory, 1916
Excerpt, Lake Superior Ore Shipments; Index Steel Prices, Metal Statistics, 11th Annual Edition, 1918
Notification, Proposed merger of Midvale Steel and Ordnance Company, Inland Steel Company, Republic Iron and Steel Company, June 7, 1922
Typescript, “The Inland Steel Company, Its Origin and Development”, 1926
Advertisement, Proposed rolling schedule, August, 1927
Press release, Announcing formation of Inland Lime & Stone Company, December 14, 1928
Typescript, Cyrus Eaton in Inland, interview with Clarence B. Randall, December 26, 1958
Article, “Inland - a Midwestern Steel Company”, Blast Furnace and Steel Plant, January, 1930
Article, “Footprints of Progress on the Sands of Lake Michigan - a Condensed History of Inland Steel Company”, Inland Open Hearth, March 12, 1930
Article, “Twenty-five Years of Progress in Chicago’s Steel Industry” by L. E. Block, Inland Open Hearth, January 8, 1930
Article, “Location Helps Inland Steel Become Largest Independent Producer in Central West”, The East Chicagoan, December, 1930
Press release, Relief for unemployed workers, November 1, 1930
Press release, New Office Building of the Inland Steel Company, May 5, 1930
Press release, Purchase of Wheelwright Mine, February 3, 1930
Article, “Big Expansion Announced by Inland Steel”, Chicago Journal of Commerce, January 16, 1931
Article, “ Big Expansion for Inland Co.”, Calumet Record, January 22, 1931
Article, “Inland Steel Bonds Placed on Counter”, Chicago Journal of Commerce, January 24, 1931
Article, “A Picture of Inland’s Complete Control of the Raw Material Situation”, Inland Rolling Program, February 8, 1931
Article, “Inland Steel Company Solves Unemployment of its Own Men”, Inland Rolling Program, January 29, 1931; with proposed rolling schedule, February 1, 1931
Article,”Steel III: Mill on the Lake”, Fortune Magazine, September, 1931
Article, “Inland Steel Cuts Working Capital”, December, 1931
Press release, Continuous Plate and Sheet Strip Mill, 1932
Notification, To stockholders regarding tax increases, 1932
Letter, To employees regarding presidential election, 1932
Article, “Inland Steel Orders New Cold Steckel Mill”, 1933; with Article, Regarding plant facts and figures, ca. 1937
Press release, Texas office opening, October 20, 1933
Press release, Lakes to Gulf Deep Waterway opening, June 2, 1933
Article, “Steel That is Making History” (Waterway shipment), Steel, June 12, 1933
Article, “Chicago Steelmaker Operates New Tin Mill Equipment”, Steel, February 12, 1934
Article, “Chicago District Led in Steel Production in 1934", Steel Facts, ca. 1934
Typescript, Steel Producers Protest Wagner and Connery Labor Bills, March 23, 1934
Article, “Indiana Harbor, Indiana, Works of the Inland Steel Company”, 1934
Press release, New Tin Plate Plant, February 5, 1934
Article, “Inland Steel Reports Net of $166,693", March 26, 1934
Typescript, Merger with Ryerson, 1935
Article, “State of Steel”, Time, August 12, 1935
Typescript, Ryerson acquisition, September 20, 1935
Article, “The Rise of Inland Steel”, Commerce Magazine January, 1936
Article, “Eighth in Size, First in Profits”, The Magazine of Wall Street, December 17, 1938
Article, “What Is a Steel Price?”, Fortune, October, 1938
Article, “Inland’s New Blast Furnace Has Novel Features”, Blast Furnace and Steel Plant, March, 1938
Article, “Inland Steel Co. Honors Founders in Lighting”, The Iron Age, January 12, 1939
Typescript, Winston Churchill on Ledloy steel, n.d.
   
(2) 14 [Historic Tidbits - 2]
  Newsarticle, Regarding the establishment of Chicago Steel Works at Chicago Heights, Chicago Inter-Ocean, October 29, 1893
Typescript, Incorporation of the Inland Iron & Forge Company, Iron Age, November 25, 1897 with photocopy of the newsarticle
Chart, Production/cost statistics, 1914
Correspondence, Ralph L. Gray to Joseph L. Block, December 3, 1971 regarding history of Armco; with newsclipping ca. 1925 regarding Inland Steel earnings
Typescript, “Products from Coal Carbonization”, ca. 1930's
Article, “Inland Steel Company”, Blast Furnace & Steel Plant, January, 1930
Advertisement (photocopy), Proposed Rolling Program, March, 1930, Inland Open Hearth, March 12, 1930
Article, “Footprints of Progress on the Sands of Lake Michigan - A Condensed History of Inland Steel Company”, Inland Open Hearth, March 12, 1930
Article, “Steel III: Mill on the Lake”, Fortune Magazine, September, 1931
Article, “Continuous Plate and Strip Sheet Mill Now in Operation”, Steel, March 28, 1932
Article, “The Rise of Inland Steel”, Commerce Magazine, January, 1936
Article, “Inland Expands Indiana Harbor Plant”, The Iron Age, December 3, 1936
Typescript, “Establishment of Factory”, by W. D. Turesdale, September 17, 1937; for Mrs. Robert B. Phillips, The Calumet Region Historical Guide, Federal Writers Project, Gary, Indiana
Typescript, “Inland Steel Company, Indiana Harbor Plant”, by William H. Eichengreen, July 7, 1938
Typescript, “Inland Steel Company’s Indiana Harbor Plant”, August 30, 1938
Article, “Inland Steel Co.”, Metallurgia, September, 1938
Article, “Inland Steel Co. Honors Founders in Lighting”, The Iron Age, January 12, 1939
Press release, “Modern Machinery Makes New Jobs; Inland Steel Records Show That It Takes More Men to Make a Ton of Steel Today”, March 16, 1939
Typescript, “Facts About Inland Steel Company’s Indiana Harbor Plant”, by William H. Eichengreen, April 30, 1939
Press release, Inland Steel to Rebuild Blast Furnace, May 29, 1939
Article, “The Passing of an Era” (rail manufacture), American Metal Market, September 23, 1958
Correspondence, Richard G. Phelps to Jack Gordon, regarding locomotives used within the steel plant, July 3, 1963
Memorandum, Regarding opening years for the various district sales offices, February 10, 1971
Report, Inland in the 1980s, ca. 1992

   
(2) 14a Various, Historical material, ca. 1956
Photograph, (1), (photocopy),Grading of the original Inland land, n.d.
Photograph, (1), (photocopy), The original fifty acres of Inland, n.d.
Photograph, (1), (photocopy), Inland Steel plant no. 2 entrance and no. 1 blast furnace in the rear, 1907
Chart, Major increase in ingot capacity planned, with production statistics, 1902-1955, n.d.
Aerial photograph, (1), (photocopy), Indiana Harbor Works, 1956
Typescript, Offices, plants, and products, n.d.
Map, Location of Inland Operations, n.d.
Advertisement, “How are things in Atikokan?”, n.d.
14b Email correspondence, Indiana Harbor Works peninsula, 2006
14c Booklet, “From Fair to Fair: Inland Steel and the Central West Have Progressed Together, 1893-1933", Century of Progress, 1933
15 Booklet,”Inland Steel Company, Indiana Harbor Works”, by T. J. Ess, reprinted from Iron and Steel Engineer, September, 1959
16 Pamphlet, “Inland Steel: The First 70 Years”, reprinted from the 1963 Annual Report, Inland Steel Company, with typescript supplement, November 29, 1968
(2) 17 17 Booklet, “The Age of Steel: A Picture Portrait of One of America’s Largest Steelmakers: Inland Steel Company”, ca. 1965
18 Booklet, “The Age of Steel”, ca. 1971
19 Booklet, “Inland Steel in Perspective”, 1974
20 Booklet, “The Story of Inland Steel”, 1974
20a Program, Commemorative dinner, Inland Steel Company and The First National Bank of Chicago, 1977
21 Booklet, “A Steel Giant in the Making . . . the First Nine Decades”, 1989
22 Lists, Chairmen of the Board and Presidents, through 1992
23 Pamphlet, “Inland Steel: a Growth Company in a Growth Industry (statistics), ca. 1957
24 Booklets, “Inland Steel Media Source Book”, 1981, 1982
25-26 Booklets, (2), “Inland Steel Fact Book”, 1983, 1984
27 Pamphlet, Inland Steel Industries Facts, 1988
28 Pamphlet, Fact Book, Inland Steel Industries, 1989
29 Booklet, “How Steel Is Made, as Told by Inland Steel Company”, 1953
30-34 Flowcharts, (6), Inland Makes Steel, with plant diagram, n.d., 1961, ca. 1983, ca. 1987
34a Pamphlet, “Inside Inland” (with plant diagram and flowchart), n.d.
35 Booklet, “Inland: a Trip Through the Harbor Works, ca. 1950
36 Booklet, Facilities and Services, Indiana Harbor Works, ca. 1964
37 Pamphlet, Inland Steel’s Chicagoland Operations and How to Get to Them, n.d.
38 Pamphlet, Sales Meeting Tour, Indiana Harbor Works, September 13, 1973
39 Pamphlet, Board of Directors Tour, Indiana Harbor works, September 25, l974
40 Pamphlet, Financial Analysts Tour, Indiana Harbor Works, Inland Steel Company, October 3, 1974
41 Pamphlet, Congressional Staff Tour, Indiana Harbor Works, Inland Steel Company, November 13, 1974
42 Pamphlet, Board of Directors Tour, Water Pollution Control Facilities, Indiana Harbor Works, September 24, 1975
43 Pamphlet, Comptroller’s Conference, Indiana Harbor Works, September 29, 1977
44 Pamphlet, AIME Conference Tour, Inland Steel’s Indiana Harbor Works: no. 7 Blast Furnace, no. 11 Coke Battery, April 28, 1978
45 Pamphlet, Regarding facilities at new Inland Steel Building (downtown Chicago), ca. 1958
46 Pamphlet, Suggested tour route, new Inland Steel Building (downtown Chicago), ca. 1958
   
  SERIES: Corporate Ethics/Mission Sources
   
47 Various, Inland’s Ten Goals, n.d.
48 By-Laws, Inland Steel, 1982
49 Typescript, Corporate Ethics Policy, 1987
50 Typescript, The Mission, 1984
51 General Bulletin, Conflict of Interest, 1985
52 Memorandum, Acceptance of Gifts and Favors, 1986
53 General Bulletin, Internal Accounting Controls Review Project, 1986
54 General Bulletin, Corporate Internal Audit Charter, 1987
55 General Bulletin, Antitrust compliance, 1979
56 Memoranda, Regarding insider trading, 1986, 1988
57 Memorandum, Regarding fair employment practices, 1986
58 Pamphlet, “Maintaining Ethical Values in a Restructuring
Industry”, Remarks by Robert J. Darnall, Third National Consultation on Corporate Ethics, Chicago, September 27, 1988
59 Article, “Inland’s Mission and Strategy”, Inland Now, 1985, no. 2 (1984 Annual Report to Employees)
   
3 1 Annual Reports, 1894-1940
2 Annual Reports, 1941-1950
3 Annual Reports, 1951-1960
4 Annual Reports, 1961-1970
5 Annual Reports, 1971-1980
6 Annual Reports, 1981-1990
7 Annual Reports, 1943-1944, 1946-1947, 1949
8 Annual Reports, 1950-1951, 1953
9 Annual Reports, 1955-1959
10 Annual Reports, 1960-1964
11 Annual Reports, 1965-1969
12 Annual Reports, 1970-1974
13 Annual Reports, 1975-1979
14 Annual Reports, 1980-1984
   
4 1 Annual Reports, 1985-1987
2 Annual Reports, 1988-1990
3 Annual Reports, 1991-1993
4 Annual Reports, 1994-1995
5 Annual Reports, 1996-1997
6 Notice of Annual Meeting, (1981– )
6a Drafts, Annual Meeting Fact Book, 1976
7 Reports to Stockholders, 1966, 1968, 1980-1982, 1986, 1991, 1994
8 Reports, SEC Form 10-K, 1980-1982, 1986, 1988, 1990, 1997
9 Report, Valuation of the Rolling Mills and Finishing Departments of the Inland Steel Company, January 1, 1922
10 Reports, Inland Steel, by Standard & Poor’s, 1954-1977
11 Report, Inland Steel, Fitch Individual Stock Bulletin, 1957
11a Report, “The Investment Image of Inland Steel Company Among Steel Financial Analysts”, Opinion Research Corporation, 1959
12 Report, “Our Research Department Recommends Inland Steel Company”, Francis I. duPont & Co., 1967
13 Press release, Standard & Poor’s Corporation, regarding Inland Steel bond rating, 1977
14 Newsclipping, “Inland Rating Drops”, Chicago Tribune, November 2, 1977
   
  SERIES: Products
15 Chemist’s log, Open Hearth Steel from February 19, 1907 to November 26, 1907 (chemical analysis by heat)
16 Chart, Open Hearth Ladle Analyses, October 14, 1956
17 Chart, Application of Heats, October 13, 1956
18 Book, Inland Steel Company Products Catalog, 1901
19-20 Book, Inland Steel Company Products Catalog, 1921
21 Booklet, Supplement to 1921 Products Catalog, June 1, 1925
22 Booklet, Inland Products Book, 1938
23 Booklet, Directory for Products, Plants, and Offices, Inland Steel and Affiliated Companies, ca. 1967
24 Booklet, Inland Copper Alloy Steel Sheets, ca. 1928
25 Rolled Structurals
Pamphlet, Inland Wide Flange Beams, ca. 1955
Leaflet, Steel Sheet Piling, Bearing Piles and Wall Armor Tee, February 12, 1959
Pamphlet, Inland Steel Products for Construction, February, 1961
Leaflet, Structural Shapes, February 7, 1961
Pamphlet, Steel Products for Construction, October, 1961
Pamphlet, Turning Dreams into Steel and Steel into Dreams, 1961
Article, “The Structural Steel Fabricator”, Inland Magazine, Spring, 1961
Excerpt, “INX: Inland’s High-Strength Steels”, Inland Quarterly, Summer, 1961
Article, “How Inland Serves the Construction Industry”, Inland News, Fall, 1962
Pamphlet, Inland High Strength Steels, 1966
Pamphlet, Inland’s Complete Wide Flange Beam Service, ca. 1965
Article, “The Soaring Structures of Professor Hutton”, Inland News, 1965, no.2
Pamphlet, Inland Steel Company’s Plant 1 Mills Department, Indiana Harbor Works, ca. 1973
Pamphlet, Inland Steel Company’s Plant 2 Mills, Indiana Harbor Works, ca. 1973
Pamphlet, New Design . . . Freedom with Welded Wide Flange Beams, n.d.
Handout, Dial a Beam, n.d.
Leaflet, Structural Shapes, n.d.
Pamphlet, Flexibility in Steel Building, n.d.
Pamphlet, High Strength Steels for Construction, by C. F. Warren, n.d.
26 Booklet, “Semi-Finished Steel Defects”, 1968
27 Booklet, Metallurgist’s Handbook, 1970
28 Booklet, Quality Strand-Cast Steels, 1970
29 Various, Ledloy, 1970, 1975, n.d.
Booklet, Inland Hot Rolled Bars, 1970
Booklet, “The Properties of Inland Tellurium Bearing Steels”, 1970
Promotional correspondence, Ladle Leaded Steel, 1975
Pamphlets, (2), “A New World of Machining Steels from Inland”, n.d.
   
4a 1 Pamphlets, “Aluma-Ti”; “Aluminized Steel, Type 1", 1983
  2 Pamphlet, “Zincrometal”, 1984
  3 Pamphlet, “Decor: Embossed Pattern Steel”, 1985
  4 Pamphlets, Consumer products made with Inland Steel, n.d., 1998
  5 Pamphlet, “Prime Time: Pre-primed Steel from Inland”, n.d.
  6 Pamphlet, “Hi-Form”, n.d.
  7 Pamphlet, “Inland Steel 4-way Plate Applications”, n.d.
  8 Pamphlet, “MillI/Nium: The Best Cold Rolled Steel on Earth”, n.d.
  9 Pamphlet, “Generation 2000: Ultra High Strength Steel”, n.d.
  10 Booklet, Mixed Steel Product Complaints, n.d.
  11 Close-ups, (51), Heats including Ledloy; Defective billets and ingots, n.d.
  12 Booklet, Press Brake Forming of MartINsite Sheet, n.d.
    Publications for Employees
     
5 1 Booklet, Report to Inland Employees, 1943
  2 Booklet, Report on ‘45, Inland Steel Company, 1945
  3 Booklet, How We Fared in 1946, Annual Report to Employees, 1946
  4 Booklet, You and Your company in 1947, Annual Report to Employees
  5 Booklet, You and Your Company in 1948, Annual Report to the Employees of Inland Steel Company
  6 Booklet, 1949 Report to . . .Inland People By the Management
  7 Booklet, Report to Inland People, 1950
  8 Booklet, Putting 1977 into Perspective for Inland People Everywhere, Special Annual Report to Employees issue, Inland Now, 1978, no. 2
  9 Finding aid, for Inland News, Inland Now, and Inland, 1941-1990
  10 Inland News, 1942-43
  11 Inland News, 1944
  12 Inland News, 1945
  13 Inland News, 1951
  14 Inland News, 1952
  15 Inland News, 1953
  16 Inland News, 1954
  17 Inland News, 1955
  18-19 Inland News, 1956
  20 Inland News, 1957-1958
     
6   Inland News, 1946
    Inland News, 1947
     
7   Inland News, 1947
    Inland News, 1948-1949
     
8   Inland News, 1948-1949
    Inland News, 1950
    Inland News, (1947-1949)
     
9 1 Inland News, 1959-1960
  2 Inland News, 1961-1962
  3 Inland News, 1963-1964
  4 Inland News, 1965-1966
  5 Inland News, 1967-1968
  6 Inland News, 1969
  7 Inland Now, 1970-1973
  8 Inland Now, 1974-1976
  9 Inland Now, 1977-1979
  10 Inland Now, 1980-1982
  11 Inland Now, 1983-1987
  12 Inland Steel News, September, October, 1941
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  18  
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  20  
     
10 1 Inland/90, Issues 1-3
  2 Inland/92, Issues 1-2
  3 Finding aid, for Inland: the Magazine of the Middle West, 1979-1984
  4 Inland: the Magazine of the Middle West, 1953-1954
  5 Inland: the Magazine of the Middle West, 1955-1956
  6 Inland: the Magazine of the Middle West, 1957-1958
  7 Inland: the Magazine of the Middle West, (1959-1983)
  8 Inland: the Magazine of the Middle West, (1984-1985)
  9 Inland: the Magazine of the Middle West, 1986-1987
  10 Inland: the Magazine of the Middle West, (1988-1990)
  11 Inland: the Magazine of the Middle West, 1959-1962
  12 Inland: the Magazine of the Middle West, 1962-1965
  13 Inland: the Magazine of the Middle West, 1965-1968
  14 Inland: the Magazine of the Middle West, 1968-1971
  15 Inland: the Magazine of the Middle West, 1971-1974
  16 Inland: the Magazine of the Middle West, 1974-1977
  17 Inland: the Magazine of the Middle West, 1977-1980
  18 Inland: the Magazine of the Middle West, 1981-1983
     
11   The Inland Steelmaker, published for the employees of the Indiana Harbor Works and the General Offices
v. 1&2, July, 1955-December, 1956 with Inland Harbor News, specimen issue, February 15, 1955 (2 copies)
v.3, 1957
     
12   The Inland Steelmaker, v.4-7, 1958-1961
     
13   The Inland Steelmaker, v.8-11, 1962-1965
     
14   The Inland Steelmaker, v.12-15, 1966-1969
     
15   The Inland Steelmaker, v.16-19, 1970-1973
     
16   The Inland Steelmaker, v.20-23, 1974-1977
     
17   The Inland Steelmaker, v.24-26, 1978-1980
     
18   The Inland Steelmaker, v.27-30, 1981-1984
     
19   The Inland Steelmaker, v.31-34, 1985-1988
     
20   The Inland Steelmaker, v.35-36, 1989-1990 (2 copies each)
     
21   The Inland Steelmaker, v.37-38, 1991-1992 (2 copies each)
     
22   The Inland Steelmaker, v.39-40, 1993-1994 (2 copies each)
     
23   The Inland Steelmaker
v.1, no.1, July 21, 1955
v.17, no.11, June 2, 1971
v.17, no.13, June 25, 1971
Diamond Jubilee Edition, July 14, 1977 (2)
v.26, no.38, September 19, 1980 (2)
v.28, no.39, September 24, 1982
v.29, no.30, July 29, 1983
v.37, no.48, December 6, 1991
v.39, no. 43, October 29, 1993 Centennial Edition
v.40, (no.1-25), (January 7, 1994-June 24, 1994)
     
24 1 Newsletter, News Digest, Published Biweekly for Management, (1982-1983)
  2 Newsletter, Inland Update, “for the private information of Indiana Harbor Works exempt-salaried employees”, 1979-1980
  3 Newsletter, Inland Update, 1981
  4 Newsletter, Inland Update, 1982
  5 Newsletter, Inland Update, 1983
  6 Newsletter, Inland Update, 1984
  7 Newsletter, Inland Update, (1985)
  8 Newsletter, Inland Update, (1986-1988)
  9 Newsletter, Inland Insight, for employees of Inland Steel Industries, (1988)
  10 Newsletter, Inland Insight, 1989
  11 Newsletter, Inland Insight, (1990-1991)
  11a Newsletter, Inland Horizon, May, July, 1997
  11b Newsletter, Editor’s Memo, an information service for Inland communicators, (1984-1987)
  11c Newsletter, Editor’s Memo, (1988-1989)
  12 Newsletter, Best: Bringing Employee Skills Together, for the employees of Inland Bar and Structural Company, (1988-1991)
  13 Newsletter, Best: Bringing Employee Skills Together, (1992-1993)
  14 Newsletter, Limestone Chips,for the employees of Inland Lime and Stone, (1982-1987)
  15 Newsletter, Minorca Messenger, for the employees, retirees, and the families of Minorca Mine, (1981-1985)
  16 Newsletter, Minorca Messenger, (1986-1993)
  17 Magazine, Tull News & Views, published for the employees and retirees of J. M. Tull Metals Co., (1990-1993)
  18 Newsletter, The Ship’s Log (Raw Materials Fleet), (1981-1986)
  19 Newsletter, Purchasing Notes, (1985-1992)
  19a Newsletter, No. One Open Hearth News, March, 1961; Final Edition, 1966
  19b Newsletter, Medigram, (1983-1989)
  20 Telephone Directories, Indiana Harbor Works and Corporate Offices, 1968, 1983, 1986
  21 Telephone Directories, Corporate Offices and Indiana Harbor Works, 1988, 1989, 1993
  22 Executive Directory, Indiana Harbor Works, ca. 1957
  23 Executive Directory, Indiana Harbor Works, n.d.
     
    SERIES: Executive Data Files
  24 Memorandum, Regarding Ross J. Beatty’s role in 1901, May 17, 1966
  25 Chart, Block family tree with executive positions held, n.d. E.J. Block
  26 Typescript, Biographical materials, n.d.
  27 Obituaries, Chicago Tribune, March 6, 1939; Hammond Times, March 6, 1939; American Metal Market, March 7, 1939; Chicago Journal of Commerce, March 6, 1939; Daily Metal Trade, March 7, 1939; Chicago Daily News, March 6, 1939; with a remembrance from the Hammond Times, March 8, 1939
  28 Program, Dedication of E. J. Block Athletic Field, May 30, 1942
  29 Photograph, (1), E. J. Block, n.d.
Joseph Block, Sr.
  30 Obituaries, December 6, 1914 Leopold E. Block
  31 Transcriptions, Who’s Who in America, 1936-1937; Who’s Who in Chicago, 1936; Who’s Who in Commerce and Industry, 1936
  32 Photocopy, “L.E. Block”, Chicago’s Accomplishments and Leaders, 1932; with article, “Ryerson Succeeds Block as Chairman of Inland Steel”, Iron Age, May 9, 1940

Cora Bloom Block

  33 Press release, Regarding her death, n.d.
  34 Obituaries, Chicago Sun-Times, July 29, 1973; News, July 28, 1973; Chicago Tribune, July 29, 1973; unidentified clipping, n.d.
  35

Newsarticle, “Services Mourn Mrs. Cora Block, Leopold’s Widow, The Inland Steelmaker, August 3, 1973

Leigh B. Block and Mary Lasker Block

  36 Typescript, Memorial resolution by Board of Trustees, 1988
  37 Press release, Regarding death of Leigh B. Block, December 9, 1987
  38 Obituaries, Leigh B. Block, Chicago Tribune, December 10, 1987; Chicago Sun-Times, December 10, 1987; Gary Post-Tribune, December 11, 1987
  39 Chart, Block family tree with executive positions held, n.d.
  40 Typescripts, Biographical data for Leigh B. Block, February 19, 1963; June 24, 1971
  41 Newsarticle, “Mary Block’s Rich Legacy of Art and Life”, Chicago Tribune, n.d.
  42 Photographs, (2), Mary Block, n.d.
  43 Newsarticle, “Master of the Art Institute”, Chicago Sun-Times, January 10, 1971
  44 Newsarticles, “Leigh B. Block is Elected to Head the Art Institute”, November 17, 1970; “New Art Institute President”, November 17, 1970
  45 Newsarticle, “Blocks’ Paintings on Display”, Washington Post, May 4, 1967
  46 Newsarticle, “Blocks’ Art a Capital ‘Feast’”, Chicago Daily News, May 4, 1967
  47 Newsarticle, “Praise for the Block Collection”, Chicago Tribune, May 21, 1967
  48 Typescript, “Obituary, Mrs. Mary Lasker Block”, February 17, 1981
  49 Newsarticle, “Donation Requested”, n.d.
  50 Newsarticle, “New President”, Chicago Tribune, June 17, 1970
  51 Article, “Home Has Many Definitions”, The Perfect Home, January 4, 1972
  52 Newsarticle, “Growth at the Art Institute”, December 23, 1970
  53 Typescript, Biography of Mary Lasker Block, September 15, 1972
  54 Typescript, Obituary for Mary Lasker Block, n.d.
  55 Newsarticle, “Fragonard to Art Institute”, Chicago Daily News, June 14, 1977
  56 Newsarticle, “No Place Like Home for Their Pictures”, Chicago Sun-Times, June 24, 1967
  57 Newsarticle, “Arts Patron Mrs. Block Dies”, Chicago Tribune, February 18, 1981
  58 Newsarticle, “Art Patron Mary L. Block is Dead”, Chicago Sun-Times, February 18, 1981
  59 Photographs, (4), Leigh B. Block, 1965
  60 Typescript, Regarding Mary Block’s Election to Kenyon College Board of Trustees, July 26, 1968 with cover letter
  61 Press release, Regarding Mary Block’s Election to Kenyon College Board of Trustees, n.d.
  62 Typescript, Biographical information for Mary Lasker Block, n.d.
  63 Newsarticle, “Leigh B. Block is Elected to Head the Art Institute”, Chicago Sun-Times, November 17, 1970
  64 Typescript, Regarding opening of Mary and Leigh Block Gallery, n.d.
  65 Newsarticle, “Leigh B. Block Named to Head Art Institute”, Chicago Sun-Times, June 17, 1970
  66 Newsarticle, “Blocks’ Art Will Hang in D.C.”, Chicago Daily News, April 10, 1967
  67 Newsarticle, “Virginia Art Museum Honors Blocks”, Chicago Sun-Times, January 22, 1967
  68 Newsarticle, “Block Urges Drive to Stamp Out T.B.”, Chicago Tribune, December 20, 1965
  69 Newsarticle, “Leigh Block to Retire as Inland Vice President”, Chicago Sun-Times, February 1, 1966
  70 Newsarticle, “450 Starry-Eyed Opera Lovers Get Turn Behind Footlights”, Chicago’s American, May 20, 1964
  71 Newsarticle, Kup’s Column, Chicago Sun-Times, July 12, 1963
  72 Newsarticle, “Top Execs Here Set Selling Trend”, Chicago Daily News, October 11, l963
  73 Newsarticle, Kup’s Column, Chicago Sun-Times, November 17, 1963
  74 Newsarticle, “Steel Official Prevents Showing of His Art Collection by NBC”, New York Times, November 16, 1963
  75 Newsarticle, “Leigh B. Block Withdraws Art from TV Show”, Chicago American, November 16, 1963
  76 Newsarticle, “Bars Art Collection from TV”, Providence Journal, November 17, 1963
  77 Article, “The Blocks and Part of Collection”, Time, November 22, 1963
  78 Newsarticle, “NBC Cuts Art Film in Dispute”, New York Post, November 18, 1963
  79 Newsarticle, “Clark Calls for Saints, Sinners Fund Accounting”, Chicago American, May 13, 1963
  80 Newsarticle, “The Leigh Blocks - Study of Inseparability”, Chicago American, November 25, 1962
  81 Article, “Living With the Great”, Vogue, October 1, 1952
  82 Typescript, Biographical Data on Leigh B. Block, February 19, 1963
  83 Newsarticles, “Trigere Enthusiast”, Pasadena Star News, March 31, 1960; Portland Telegram, March 27, 1960
  84 Typescript, Biography of Leigh B. Block, October 17, 1960
  85 Newsarticle, “Leigh B. Blocks Donate Painting to White House”, Chicago Sun-Times, December 2, 1962
  86 Newsarticle, “More Than a Portrait”, Time, July 17, 1957
  87 Newsarticle, “Orchestral Group Elects 2 Members”, Chicago Tribune, June 19, 1957
  88 Newsarticle,”Name Chicagoans Who Will Entertain Diplomats”, Chicago Tribune, May 28, 1957
  89 Newsarticle, “Grid Game will Benefit Boys Club”, Chicago Tribune, July 18, 1954
  90 Newsarticles, “Two Elected Trustees of Art Institute”, Chicago Sun-Times, July 20, 1955; “City Artists to Boycott State Fair”, Chicago American, June 27, 1955
(24) 91 Newsarticle, “Social Whirl”, Chicago Sun-Times, April 12, 1955
  92 Newsarticle, “Art Treasures are Viewed by May Festival Committee”, Chicago Tribune, May 13, 1954
  93 Newsarticle, Kup’s Column, Chicago Sun-Times, March 25, 1954
  94 Newsarticle, “Art Institute Emergency Fund Drive Tops Goal”, Chicago American, May 12, 1953
  95 Newsarticle, “Change in Stockholdings as Reported by Exchanges”, Wall Street Journal, April 5, 1954
  96 Newsarticle, “Chicago Makes Art History: Gives $1,676,692 to Institute”, Chicago Tribune, May 12, 1953
  97 Newsarticle, “They Were There”, Chicago Daily Tribune, May 12, 1953
  98 Typescript, Leigh B. Block elected Vice President of Inland Steel, n.d.
  99 Press release, Regarding Leigh Block’s election to Board of Directors, July 31, 1946
  100 Newsarticle, “Leigh Block to Retire from V. P. Position”, The Inland Steelmaker, December 30, 1965
  101

Photograph, (1), Leigh B. Block, n.d.

P.D. Block, Sr.

  102 Book, Inland Iron & Forge Company, Chicago, 1899 (products book), with photocopy
  103 Letter, P.D. Block to Frank Luerssen, regarding 1899 product book, February, 23, 1979
  104 Excerpt, Regarding East Chicago Iron and Forge company, n.d.
  105 Newsarticle, “Inland Mourns Passing of Last Surviving Founder, Philip D. Block, Feb. 16, 1871-June 29, 1942", Inland News, August/Sept., 1942
  106 Transcriptions, Philip Dee Block, Who’s Who in America, 1936-1937; Who’s Who in Chicago, 1936; Who’s Who in Commerce and Industry, 1936
  107 Obituaries, Philip D. Block, New York Herald Tribune, July 1, 1942; American Metal Market, July 1, 1942
  108 Obituaries, Philip D. Block, Gary Post-Tribune, June 30, 1942; Chicago Tribune, June 30, 1942
  109 Press release, Regarding death of P.D. Block, 1942
  110 Article, “The Block Brothers Nurtured Inland From a Small Firm into a Steelmaking Giant”, Inland News, January, 1961
  111 Typescript, Biographical material for L.E. Block and P.D. Block, with story of Inland’s founding, n.d.
  112 Typescript, Biography of Philip D. Block, with cover memo to W. Sykes, August 18, 1942 and W.D. Truesdale, August 25, 1942
  113 Typescript, Biography of Philip Dee Block, with note “McColly’s story on P.D. Block, June 13, 1942
  114 Typescript, Draft obituary for Philip D. Block, with transmittal memo, June 25, 1942
  115 Letter, Alfred Jones to Keith J. Evans, regarding the death of P.D. Block, August 14, 1942
  116 Obituary, P.D. Block, The Chicago Sun, June 30, 1942
  117 Obituary, P.D. Block, The Chicago Herald-Examiner, June 30, 1942
  118 Obituary, Daily Times, June 30, 1942
  119 Obituary, Chicago Daily Tribune, June 30, 1942
  120 Transcriptions, Biographical material from Who’s Who in Chicago (1941); Who’s Who in America (1942-43); Time, August 12, 1935; Fortune, September, 1931; extract from publicity release of May 1, 1941 on election of W. Sykes; extract from Inland Steel Co. Annual Report of 1941 with cover memoranda, June 13, 1942
  121 Manuscript, “P.D.B.”, n.d.
  122 Packet, Drafts for Philip D. Block obituary, 1942
  123 Article, “The Rise of Inland Steel”, reprinted from Commerce Magazine, January, 1936
  124

Excerpt, Stockholder’s Report, Inland Steel Co., March 18, 1942

Philip D. Block, Jr.

(24) 125 Typescript, Biographical Data, October, 1970
  126 Typescript, Biographical Data, August, 1977
  127 Typescript, Biographical Data, n.d.
  128 Typescript, Biographical Data, August, 1975
  129 Typescript, Biographical Data, September, 1970
  130 Typescript, Biographical Data, July, 1970
  131 Chart, Family tree with executive positions held, n.d.
  132 Typescript, Biography, January, 1968
  133 Typescript, Biography, April, 1967
  134 Typescript, Biography, September, 1963
  135 Typescript, Biography, October, 1959
  136 Photograph, (1), Philip B. Block, Jr., 1973
  137 Obituary, Philip D. Block, Jr., New York Times, June 2, 1981
  138 Pamphlet, “Steel Meets the Challenge”, address by Philip D. Block, Jr. to Boston Security Analysts Society, November 5, 1962
  139 Memorandum, To all Inland General Office Personnel from Fred Jaicks, regarding the death of P.D. Block, Jr., May 29, 1981
  140 Obituaries, Philip D. Block, Jr., Chicago Tribune, May 29, 1981; Chicago Sun Times, May 29, 1981
  141 Note, From Philip D. Block, Jr. to Sam Saran, regarding photo to be used, n.d.
  142 Newsarticle, “Block Sees Better Days Ahead for Steelmakers”, Chicago Tribune, May 16, 1971
  143 Photographs, (2), Philip D. Block, Jr. aboard M.V. Joseph L. Block, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, June 29, 1976
  144 Newsarticle, “With Sincere Appreciation”, The Inland Steelmaker, June 25, 1971
  145 Photograph, (1), Philip D. Block, Jr., ca. 1971
  146 Photograph, (1), Frederick Jaicks and Philip D. Block, Jr. at press luncheon, 1971
  147 Newsarticle, “P.D. Block Jr. to Retire July 1", The Inland Steelmaker, June 2, 1971
  148 Newsarticle, “Jaicks is New Inland Chief; Block Retiring”, Chicago Tribune, June 3, 1971
  149 Newsarticle, “Promotions change Face of Inland Top Management”, Hammond Times, June 3, 1971
  150 Newsarticle, “Inland Change Hints Production Emphasis”, Gary Post-Tribune, June 3, 1971
  151 Newsarticles, “Steel Price Hikes Almost Certain with Upcoming Rises in Aluminum”, Journal of Commerce, June 3, 1971; “Jaicks Heads Inland”, American Metal Market, June 3, 1971
  152 Newsarticle, “Jaicks, Inland Steel’s President, Elected Chairman, Chief in Top-Level Realignment”, Wall Street Journal, June 3, 1971
  153 Newsarticle, “Jaicks Becomes Sixth Inland Steel Chairman”, Homewood-Flossmoor Star, June 6, 1971
  154 Newsarticles, “Block Retiring as Chairman at Inland; Jaicks successor”, Chicago Sun-Times, June 3, 1971; “Jaicks New Chief of Inland Steel”, Chicago Daily News, June 2, 1971
  155 Newsarticles, “Inland’s New Chief Came Up thru Ranks”, Chicago Today, June 3, 1971; “Steel Exec Urges Curbs on Imports”, Chicago Daily News, June 3, 1971
  156 Newsarticle, “Jaicks Named Inland Chairman”, Chicago Today, June 2, 1971
  157 Newsarticle, Regarding Joseph Block retirement, P.D. Block, Jr. succession, Chicago Tribune, January 8, 1968
  158 Newsarticle, “Lifetime Pass”, The Inland Steelmaker, July 9, 1971
  159 Letter, P.D. Block, Jr. to Sam Saran, regarding unfinished portrait, October 8, 1979
  160 Letter, Sam Saran to P.D. Block, Jr., regarding oral history topics, July 6, 1978
  161 Press release revision, Regarding The Chicago Community Trust, with cover letter, June 21, 1978
  162 Press release, Regarding The Chicago Community Trust, with cover correspondence, June 20, 1978
  163 Speech, Quarterly meeting, The Chicago Community Trust, June 26, 1978
  164 Letter, Sam Saran to P.D. Block, Jr., regarding historical materials and proposing an oral history project, April 18, 1978
  165 Resolution, regarding John G. Searle gift to Chicago Community Trust, with condolence letter to Mrs. Searle, April, 1978
  166 Press release, Regarding Chicago Community Trust appointment, n.d.
  167 Newsarticle, “How Top Nixon Fund Raiser Collected From Big Business”, Chicago Sun-Times, October 22, 1972 with notes quoting P.D. Block, Jr. regarding his contributions, Octover 23, 1972
  168 List, Persons that P.D. Block, Jr. knows on first name basis, n.d.
  169 Newsarticle, “The ‘three P’s’ of Steel”, Gary Post-Tribune, June 3, 1971
  170 Letter to the Editor, Wall Street Journal from P.D. Block, Jr., with drafts, July, 1970; telegram from John D. Paulus, AISI, June 26, 1970
  171 Editorial, Wall Street Journal, June 26, 1970
     
25 1 Newsarticle, “Steel Man Feels Strong About Issues”, Chicago Today, May 18, 1970
  2 Invitation and guest list, Philip D. Block, Jr., retirement reception, June 9, 1971
  3 Newsarticle, “P.D. Block Readies Campaign to Make Inland Efficiency Symbol”, Metalworking News, March 18, 1968
  4 Press release, Chicago Community Trust Appoints New Director, 1972
  5 Newsarticles, “What We Need” and “Block’s Legacy”, The Inland Steelmaker, July 11, 1971 with correction notes from P.D.B. Jr.
  6 Typescript, Tribute to Philip D. Block, Jr., Luncheon remarks, June 2, 1971
  7 Signature template, Philip D. Block, Jr., n.d.
  8 Memo, Silver Knight Award Nomination, August 6, 1970
  9 Newsarticle, “Forum Speaker Predicts ‘Bright Future’ for Steel”, American Metal Market, February 25, 1970
  10 Article, “Block of Inland”, Fortune, November, 1969
  11 Newsarticle, “Claims Steel Import Curb Still Needed”, Chicago Tribune, October 15, 1969
  12 Newsarticle, “Chicago Alliance Leaders”, Chicago Sun-Times, May 15, 1969
  13 Press release, League of Women Voters of Illinois, May 14, 1969
  14 Newsarticles, “Heads Drive”, Chicago Tribune, February 26, 1969; “Radio Free Europe Drive”, Chicago Sun-Times, January 9, 1970
  15 Article, “Block of Inland Steel”, Fortune, December, 1967
  16 Newsarticle, “J.L. Block Retires, P.D. Block Chairman”,The Inland Steelmaker, November 2, 1967
  17 Article, “Maverick Steps Out”, (Joseph L. Block), Time, November 3, 1967
  18 Article, “Block Bows Out” (Joseph L. Block), Newsweek, n.d.
  19 General Bulletin, Management Changes, October 25, 1967
  20 Article, “Executive Changes at Inland Steel”, Blast Furnace and Steel Plant, December, 1967
  21 Article, “Philip D. Block Jr. Elected Chairman of Inland Steel”, Skilling’s Mining Review, November 4, 1967
  22 Article, “Inland’s J. L. Block Steps Down”, Iron Age, November 2, 1967
  23 Newsarticle, “Philip Block Jr. Is Named Inland Steel’s Chief Executive, Succeeding His Cousin”, Wall Street Journal, October 26, 1967
  24 Newsarticle, “New Inland Steel Co. President No Maverick; Quiet, Efficient”, Cleveland Plain Dealer, October 29, 1967
  25 Press release, Regarding P.D. Block, Jr.’s election as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, October 25, 1967
  26 Newsarticle, “Inland’s Success Meeting Steel Bowl Competition”, Chicago Sun-Times, April 30, 1967
  27 Newsarticle, “Social Service Unit Dedicated at U. of C.”, Chicago Tribune, October 18, 1963
  28 Newsarticle, “Husbands and Wives Team Up for Charity”, Chicago Sun-Times, July 14, 1963
  29 Article, “Election Day, November 8, 1960", Inland News,September, 1960
  30 Newsarticles, “Value Estate of Mrs. Block at $3½ million”, Chicago Tribune, May 13, 1960; Obituary, Mrs. Celia L. Block, Chicago American, May 8, 1960; Obituary, Mrs. Celia Block, Hammond Times, May 8, 1960
  31 Newsarticles, “Mr. Philip D. Block, Jr.”, Chicago Daily News, December 22, 1959; “Name Jewish Leaders to be Cited in Drive”, Chicago Tribune, November 25, 1956
  32 Newsarticle, “Colonel R. R. McCormick Lauded for His Charity”, Chicago Tribune, October 16, 1959
  33 Press release, University of Chicago, November 19, 1957
  34 Newsarticle, “Block Elected U. of C. Trustee”, Chicago Daily News, November 22, 1957
  35 Press release, Regarding personnel changes, January 16, 1959
  36 General Bulletin, Election of Officers, with Organizational Chart, January 15, 1959
  37 Press release, Regarding executive stock option plan and re-election of directors, April 24, 1957
  38 Biographical sketch, Philip D. Block, Jr., n.d.
  39 Press release, Regarding P.D. Block, Jr. election as chairman of the board of Caland, April 4, 1956
  40 Newsarticle, “United Charity Group Elects Philip Block, Jr.”, Chicago Tribune, January 18, 1952
  41 Press release, Management changes, January 26, 1956
  42 Manuscript, Regarding Charitable activities, n.d.
  43 Press release, Regarding management changes, n.d.
  44 Press release, Regarding management changes, n.d.
  45 Press release, Regarding management changes, September 14, 1942
  46 Article, “Top Man”, Inland, 1968
  47 Photographs, (2), Philip D. Block, Jr., Spring, 1965
  48

Newsarticles, “Daley Names 3 to Fill Vacant Posts”, Chicago American, October 11, 1962; “3 Named to Posts by Mayor”, Chicago Daily News, October 12, 1962

Frederick G. Jaicks

  49 Newsarticle, “No End to Trade Tension in Sight: Jaicks”, American Metal Market, August 26, 1983
  50 Notes, Jaicks address and phone, Warren Bacon testimony, integrating Sunnyside, n.d.
  51 Newsarticle, “Inland Chairman Modest”, Chicago Tribune, December 9, 1975
  52 Script, “Inland’s Equal Employment Opportunity Program” with draft, October, 1978
  53 Newsarticle, “Inland Chief Urges Stress on Production”, Chicago Daily News, February 10, 1977
  54 Article, “Elect Jaicks to Engineering Academy”, Midwest Engineer, May, 1979
  55 Correspondence, Frederick G. Jaicks and Lenhard J. Holschuh, 1985
  56 Form, Biographical information, September 8, 1980
  57 List, “The New President is Only the Tenth in Inland’s 72-year history”, n.d.
  58 Article, “Eight Laureates Inducted into Junior Achievement’s Chicago Business Hall of Fame”, Commerce, December, 1987, with transmittal note
  59 Script, Luncheon remarks, News conference, June 2, 1971
  60 Typescript, Statement on price increases, June 10, 1971
  61 Letter to editor, “Inland Steel”, New York Times, June 20, 1971, with carbon of original correspondence, June 8, 1971
  62 Newsarticle, “A Maverick Again?”, New York Times, June 6. 1971
  63 Memorandum, Regarding Jaicks price increase remarks, June 7, 1971
  64 Press release, “Jaicks Named Chairman of Board of Trustees at Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry”, June 13, 1983
  65 Press release, Regarding Luerssen as CEO, September 29, 1982 with Inland Steel Company fact sheet, December 31, 1981
  66 Letter, From Executive Service Corps of Chicago, April 27, 1983
  67 Newsarticle, “Calumet Roots”, Hammond Times, April 24, 1983
  68 Newsarticle, “Joins Academy”, Hammond Times, April 8, 1979; Article, “Elect Jaicks to Engineering Academy”, Midwest Engineer, May, 1979
  69 Article, “Money - the One Raw Material Steel Lacks”, Iron Age, September 2, 1974
  70 Article, “What Steel’s Critics Choose to Ignore”, Iron Age, May 17, 1976
  71 Articles, “Frederick G. Jaicks”, Midwest Purchasing, December, 1972; “Management Man of the Year”, Manage, December, 1972
  72 Article, “Three Win Honoraries at Convocation”, DePaul University Magazine, Spring, 1978
  73 Article, “DePaul Honors Jaicks”, Midwest Engineer, February, 1978
  74 Article, “Christening the M/V Indiana Harbor”, Gatxtimes, Winter, 1979
  75 Press release, The Conference Board, n.d.; Pamphlet, “The Conference Board at a Glance”, n.d.
  76 Typescript, Biography, Frederick G. Jaicks, n.d.
  77 Newsarticle, “Troubled Steel Finds an Optimist in Inland Chief”, Chicago Tribune, January 21, 1980
  78 Press release, “Spethmann Elected Chairman of International Iron and Steel Institute”, October 17, 1979
  79 Invitation (photocopy), Financial World’s Outstanding Chief Executive Officers dinner, 1978
  80 Article, “Engineer Academy Elects Jaicks Member”, Midwest Engineer, March, 1979
  81 Press release, “Engineering Academy Elects 99 Members and 18 Foreign Associates”, February 28, 1979
  82 Article, “Management Man of the Year”, Manage, November/December, 1972
  83 Biographical information, Mignon D. Jaicks, June, 1979
  84 Newsarticle, “Jaicks Urges House Veto New Embargo”, American Metal Market, n.d.
  85 Press release, The Conference Board, n.d.
  86 Article, “Expansion at Inland”, Commerce, February, 1975
  87 Article, “E.B. Speer to Head Stell Institute”, Skilling’s, June 6, 1976
  88 Press release, Frederick G. Jaicks Awarded Steel’s Highest Honor”, May 26, 1977
  89 Script, Presentation of Gary Memorial Medal, May 26, 1977
  90 Newsarticle, “New Board Is Named at Museum”, Bel Park Leader, June 25, 1980
  91 Newsarticle, “Elected to Board”, Indianapolis Star, July 19, 1978
  92 Memorandum, Jaicks elected to board of Champion International, January 23, 1980
  93 Memorandum, Committee for Economic Development, April 27, 1977
  94 Press release, The Conference Board, n.d.; Pamphlet, “The Conference Board at a Glance”, n.d.
  95 Newsletter, Chicago Central Area Committee News, Fall, 1977
  96 Press release, DePaul University honorary degrees, January 25, 1978
  97 Newsarticle, “Inland Chief to be Honored at VU Commencement”, Gary Post-Tribune, April 19, 1981
(25) 98 Press release, Economic Club of Chicago, May 12, 1997
  99 Article, Jaicks biographical material, n.d.
  100 Newsarticle, “Keeping Inland Steel Profitable”, Washington Post, August 6, 1978
  101 Article, “Community Conscience Award”, 1979
  102 Newsarticle, “Talking Business with Jaicks of Inland Steel”, New York Times, March 29, 1979
  103 Newsarticle, “Inland Chief is Sticking with Steel”, Chicago Sun-Times, November 3, 1980
  104 Information packet, Gary Memorial Medal, ca. 1977
  105 Newsarticle, “Inland’s Jaicks Offers Mixed View of Steel Industry Future”, Chicago Sun-Times, n.d.
  106 Newsarticle, “Jaicks Indicates Steel to Tell Ford Disinflationary Ball in Gov’t’s Court”, American Metal Market, August 15, 1974
  107 Letter to editor, “Inland’s Vision of Pollution Case”, Chicago Daily News, February 16, 1976
  108 Newsarticle, “Steel Aids the Unskilled”, n.d.
  109

Newsarticle, “Inland Chief Doesn’t Fit Exec Stereotype (Tenenbaum), Chicago Daily News, February 21, 1977

Frank W. Luerssen

  110 Photograph, (1), Frank W. Luerssen, n.d.
  111 Article, “Inland Steel Co.”, Iron and Steelmaker Monthly, September, 1978
  112 Article, “The Integrated Mill Segment of Our Steel Industry”, by F. W. Luerssen, Iron and Steelmaker Monthly, June, 1983
  113 Memorandum, Regarding Trustees of Northwestern University, June 4, 1980
  114 Newsarticle, “Rising to the Top at Inland Steel”, New York Times, July 28, 1978
  115 Press release, “Inland Steel Executive Named to United Way Board”, October 17, 1979 with carbon of acceptance letter
  116 Newsarticles, “Luerssen Heads Inland Steel; Replaces Tenenbaum in Post”, Gary Post-Tribune, July 27, 1978; “Inland Steel Names Luerssen President”, Pittsburgh Press, July 28, 1978; “AT the Top”, Los Angeles Times, July 27, 1978
  117 Newsarticles, “Inland Steel Names Frank W. Luerssen President, Director”, Wall Street Journal, July 27, 1978; “Inland Chooses Luerssen”, Chicago Tribune, July 27, 1978
  118 Article, “Inland Steel Co.”, Iron and Steelmaker Monthly, July, 1978
  119 Newsarticles, “New President at Inland”, Chicago Sun-Times, July 17, 1978; “Rising to the Top at Inland Steel”, New York Times, July 28, 1978
  120 Letter, Regarding Chicago Urban League, October 3, 1984
  121 Newsarticle, “Luerssen Named Chairman, Assumes New Post Monday”, The Inland Steelmaker, July 29, 1983
  122 Newsarticle, “Inland Steel President Named Chairman of Board”, Post-Tribune, July 28, 1983
  123 Newsarticle, “Inland Picks Chief”, Hammond Times, July 29, 1983
  124 Newsarticle, “Two Paths Merge in Inland’s Exec Suite”, Chicago Sun-Times, July 5, 1977
  125 Newsarticles, “Munster Man Named to Head Inland Steel”, Hammond Times, July 27, 1978; “People”, Los Angeles Herald-Examiner, July 28, 1978
(25) 126 Newsarticles, “Luerssen Named New President at Inland Steel”, American Metal Market, July 28, 1978; “Inland Taps Luerssen”, Crain’s Chicago Business, July 31, 1978
  127 Newsarticle, “Northwestern Elects Trustees”, Chicago Tribune, June 11, 1980
  128 Newsarticle, Regarding Silver Knight Award, Post-Tribune, October 13, 1977
  129 Newsarticle, “Inland President Sees Silver Lining in Coal’s Dark Cloud”, Southern Illinoisan, January 10, 1983
  130 Newsarticles, “Looking Ahead at Inland Steel”, Post-Tribune, August 1, 1978
  131 Form, Biographical information, March 28, 1977
  132 Booklet, “Distinguished Alumni Awards”, Pennsylvania State University, 1984
  133 Press release, Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry, June 7, 1984
  134 Photographs, (3), Economic Outlook Conference, Chicago, June 8, 1984
  135 Press release, Sigma Chi Fraternity, March 20, 1986
  136 Photograph, (1), Inland Steel Executives, President Bob Darnall, and Chairman Frank Luerssen, March, 1986
  137 Article, “The CEO Honor Roll”, Financial World, April, 1985
  138 Newsarticle, “Who’s News”, Wall Street Journal, August 1, 1983
  139 Newsarticles, “Inland Steel Names New Chairman”, Chicago Sun-Times, July 29, 1983; “Inland Carries Out Leadership Change”, Chicago Tribune, July 29, 1983
  140 Correspondence with script, John Chipman Distinguished Lecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1985
  141 Article, Benjamin F. Fairless Award, 1985
  142 Article, “Smart Fish in a Shrinking Pond”, Forbes, December 30, 1985
  143 Magazine, Directors & Boards, Fall, 1985
  144 Typescript, Appointment Dates of Frank W. Luerssen, July 20, 1992
  145 Typescript, Biography of Frank W. Luerssen, January, 1990
  146 Typescript, Biographical data for Frank W. Luerssen, August, 1989
  147 Newsarticle, “Corporate Critics Confidential: Steel Industry”, The Wall Street Journal, n.d.
  148 Article, “Commercial Principals”, n.d.
  149 Newsarticle, “Inland Steel Builds on Quality”, Financial Times, September 1, 1988
  150 Article, “Views of the CEO”, Inland Now, no.3, 1984
  151 Article, “Steel Goes to Washington”, Iron Age, July, 1989
  152 Newsarticle, “The Trader”, Barron’s, May 15, 1989
  153 Newsarticle, “CEO Interviews”, The Wall Street Transcript, February 13, 1989
  154 Article, “Efficiency is Not Enough”, Forbes, November 28, 1988
  155 Letter to the Editor, “Big Steel Wants Free, Fair Competition”, Crain’s Chicago Business, March 27, 1989
  156 Letter, Regarding New York Stock Exchange Advisory Committee, December 18, 1985
  157

Newsletter, Bulletin of Field Museum of Natural History, October, 1967, containing obituary for Clarence Randall

Edward L. Ryerson

(25) 158 Typescripts, Biographical data, July 3, 1957; January 18, 1956
  159 Typescript, Biographical essay, January 18, 1956
  160 Typescripts, Biographical data, May 19, 1953; February 26, 1953
  161 Typescripts, Biographical essays, January 12, 1953; October 13, 1952; September 14, 1951
  162 Typescript, Biographical data, November 22, 1950
  163 Typescript, Biographical essay with cover letter, March 21, 1949
  164 Typescripts, Biographical essays, February 1, 1949; October 22, 1948; August 2, 1944
  165 Press release template, with biographical material, n.d.
  166 Typescripts, Biographical essays, n.d.
  167 Table, E. L. Ryerson’s Organizational Memberships, n.d.
  168 Newsarticle, “Lt. Morton B. Ryerson Receives Air Medal”, Chicago Daily News, June 30, 1944
  169 Newsarticles, Regarding death of Lt. Morton B. Ryerson, January, 1945
  170 Newsarticles, “Ryersons Give $100,000 for Basic Atomic Research”, Chicago Sun, September 24, 1947; “Ryersons Present $100,000 to Yale for Scholarships”, Chicago Sun, November 4, 1947
  171 Thank you note, for expressions of sympathy, January, 1945
  172 Article, “The Chicago Catholic Charities, the Great Depression, and Public Monies”, Illinois Historical Journal, vol. 83, Spring, 1990
  173 Typescript, Biographical data,(1952-1971)
  174 Newsarticle, “Patrons Are Sought for Educational TV”, Sacramento Bee, November 13, 1957
  175 Typescript, American Steel and Iron Ore Mining Delegation to the Soviet Union, May 22-June 21, 1958
  176 Booklet, The Chicago Community Trust Fortieth Anniversary Report, 1915-1955, 1955
  177 Newsarticle, “What Chicagoans Believe”, by Edward L. Ryerson, Chicago Daily News, October 14, 1957
  178 Letter, Regarding Jesuit Centennial Nominations, October 9, 1957
  179 Newsarticle, “Ryerson Named as a ‘Greatest’”, Chicago Daily News, October 1, 1957
  180 Press release, Regarding voter registration, May 9, 1957
  181 Newsarticle, “Honor Educational TV Station”, Chicago Tribune, May 8, 1957
  182 Press release, Regarding stockholders meeting, April 24, 1957
  183 Newsarticle, “Chicago Awards 6 Medals of Merit”, Chicago Daily News, March 4, 1957
  184 Newsarticle, “Church Group to Note 50th Year”, Chicago Daily News, February 14, 1957
  185 Press release, Regarding honorary degree, December 14, 1956
  186 Newsarticle, “Fete Ryerson on 70th Birthday”, Chicago Sun-Times, December 6, 1956
  187 Newsarticle, “Business Man’s Wisdom”, Chicago Tribune, October 22, 1956
  188 Newsarticle, “Edward L. Ryerson to Be 70 Monday; Calls for More Progress by Chicago”, December 2, 1956
  189 Transcript, Remarks of Clarence B. Randall and response by Edward L. Ryerson, Community Service Citation of Chicago Chapter, Public Relations Society of America, October 15, 1956 with cover correspondence
  190 Correspondence, with texts of speeches, regarding the luncheon, October 15, 1956 for the community Service Citation of Chicago Chapter, Public Relations Society of America, August-October, 1956
  191 Newsarticles, “U. Of C. Elects Lloyd as Head of Trustees”, Chicago Tribune, June 15, 1956; “Break Ground for U. of C. Dorm”, Chicago Sun-Times, June 15, 1956
  192 Memorandum, Regarding Ryerson relationship to University of Chicago, April 24, 1956
  193 Article, “Retiring to New Challenges”, Inland News, April, 1956
  194 Press release, Regarding top level management changes, January 26, 1956
  195 Newsarticle, “How Ryerson ‘Retires’: Busier Than Ever”, Chicago Sun-Times, January 26, 1956
  196 Editorials, “Saluting Mr. Ryerson”, Chicago American, January 25, 1956; “Tribute to Ryerson”, Chicago Sun-Times, January 25, 1956
  197 Program, A Tribute to Edward L. Ryerson, Community Fund of Chicago, January 25, 1956 with text of remarks
  198 Editorial, “To Honor a Great Man”, Chicago Daily News, January 24, 1956
  199 Newsletter, Welfare Briefs, January, 1956
  200 Newsarticles, “Eight to Check on Intelligence”, Billings Morning Gazette, January 14, 1956; “Red Feather Luncheon Will Honor Ryerson”, Chicago Tribune, January 23, 1956
  201 Newsarticle, “U. Of C. Seeks $32 Million”, Chicago Daily News, June 2, 1955
  202 Various, E. L. Ryerson charitable works, (1953-1956)
  203 Typescript, Biographical information with cover letter, October 4, 1954
  204 Notes, Biographical data on E. L. Ryerson telephoned by Jeannette DeVries, June 15, 1954
  205 Newsarticle, Regarding Joseph T. Ryerson’s scientific interests, Chicago Tribune, May 9, 1954
  206 Typescript, Chicago Film Council Certificate of Merit, March 26, 1954
  207 Template, Edward L. Ryerson signature, n.d.
  208 Notice, Channel 11 preview, October 16, 1953
  209 Article, “Mr. Chicago Receives Rotary Award”, The Gyrator, June 26, 1953
  210 Excerpts, Minutes of 16th Annual Stockholder’s Meeting, April 29, 1953
  211 Press release, Announcing Edward L. Ryerson’s retirement, April 29, 1953
  212 Memoranda, Regarding Edward L. Ryerson’s civic activities, February 19, 1953; March 4, 1953
  213 Press releases, Regarding Edward L. Ryerson’s work to establish WTTW, Channel 11, February 26, 1953; March 3, 1953
  214 Correspondence, Regarding Red Feather Award, February, 1953
  215 Newsarticles, Regarding appropriate retirement age, January, 1953
  216 Press release, with draft, Regarding retirement, January, 1953
  217 Press release, Regarding Inland management changes, December 21, 1951
  218 Press release and correspondence, Regarding the Gary Memorial Medal, May, 1951
(25) 219 Newsarticle, “Two Meetings Booked Here”, The Flint Journal, May 24, 1951
  220 Typescript, Quotations from E. L. Ryerson regarding steel production capacity, with cover correspondence, February 13, 1951
  221 Various, Concerning steelworkers wage controversy, 1949
  222 Correspondence, Regarding biographical stories in various popular publications, 1949
  223 Press releases, Regarding management changes, April, 1948
  224 Press release, Regarding steel price increases, December 5, 1944
  225 Press release, Regarding Ryerson South American vacation, August 15, 1940
  226 Press release, Announcing the merger of Inland Steel Company with Joseph T. Ryerson & Son, Inc., September 20, 1935
  227 Speech, Regarding Soviet steel plant inspection tour, July 29, 1958
  228 Typescript, Biographical data, November 19, 1958
  229 Article, “Edward L. Ryerson, Jr.”, Chicago’s Accomplishments and Leaders, 1932
  230 Newsarticles, Regarding Ryerson civic activities, 1944, 1947
  231 Newsarticles, “Ryerson Heads Inland Steel”, Chicago Daily News, May 1, 1940; “Ryerson Re-elected By Inland Board”, Gary Post-Tribune, April 29, 1948
  232 Typescript, Obituary for John F. Smith, Jr., February 11, 1980

Wilfred Sykes

  233 Address, “The Future of the Steel Industry” by Wilfred Sykes, May 21, 1947
  234 Typescript, Biographical data, n.d.
  235 Press release, Regarding management changes, January 26, 1956
  236 Announcement, Meeting of American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, December 6, 1950
  237 Correspondence, Regarding American Society of Mechanical Engineers award, 1958
  238 Article, “Building Good Citizens Task of Glenwood School”, The Northerner, November-December, 1949
  239 Typescript, Regarding steel industry capacity, ca. 1950
  240 Notes, From telephone conversation regarding Sykes resignation, September, 1953
  241 Newsarticle, “Glenwood School Does Unique Job of Building Men”, Chicago Heights Star, 50th Anniversary Edition, July 13, 1951
  242 Newsarticles, Chicago Housing Authority controversies, 1953-1954
  243 Newsarticles, Sykes civic activities, (1953-1955)
  244 Press release with correspondence, Regarding Sykes speech on German steel industry, February, 1949
  245 Typescript, Testimony regarding Calumet-Sag Navigation Project, January 20, 1950 with draft
  246 Press release, Illinois Institute of Technology, December, 1953
  247 Press releases, Regarding various merit awards, (1948-1952)
  248 Newsletter, Transport Comments, Chicago Association of Commerce & Industry, October 21, 1955
  249 Typescripts, Wilfred Sykes biographical materials, n.d.
  250 Press releases, Regarding Sykes’ election to Armour Institute Board, May 14, 1940
  251 Press release, Sykes appointed Assistant to the President, April 7, 1930
  252 Press release, Sykes elected director of Inland Steel, July 30, 1935
  253 Typescript, Wilfred Sykes biographical material, September 16, 1943
  254 Press release, Sykes becomes Honorary Director, April 25, 1956 with typescript of speech? Honoring him on that occasion
  255 Typescript, Biographical material, June 1, 1949
  256 Program, Conferment of Washington Award, February 27, 1950
  257 Typescript, Sykes biographical material, ca. 1946
  258 Article, “Mrs. Wilfred Sykes”, The B.H.P. Review, June, 1951
  259 Typescript, Sykes biographical material with cover letter, November 18, 1959
  260 Press release, Sykes Honorary Membership in AIME, January 18, 1960
  261 Newsarticle, “Cal-Sag Commencement to Take Place on Wednesday”, Star (Chicago Heights), October 28, 1955
  262 Press releases, Announcing various positions and promotions, (1941-1953)
  263 Text, Statement of W. Sykes as presented to the Steel Mediation Board, June 24, 1937; with cover letter
     
26   SERIES: Speeches and Presentations
  1 Draft, “Historical Overview, Inland Steel Company”, n.d.
  2 Pamphlet, “Steel, The Outlook for 1971-75", remarks by Philip D. Block, Jr. to the Financial Analysts Federation Conference, May 18, 1971

Joseph L. Block
  3 Pamphlet, “Government and the Steel Industry, Partners or Adversaries?”, address to Steel Service Center Institute, May 16, 1966
  4 Address, “Inland and the Steel Industry”, to the New York Society of Security Analysts, May 26, 1967
  5 Address, “A Glimpse into Steel’s Crystal Ball”, to the American Iron and Steel Institute, May 24, 1967

Leigh B. Block

  6 Address, at Dedication of the Inland Steel Building, Chicago, February 3, 1958
  7 Typescript, Talk to Military, January 16, 1957
  8 Booklet, Annual Meeting Report, 1957
  9 Address, at Purchasing Agents’ Meeting, May 21, 1964

Robert J. Darnall

  10 Address, “Maintaining Ethical Values in a Restructuring Industry”, remarks to National Consultation on Corporate Ethics, September 27, 1988
  11 Texts, Speech for SSCI Steel Trade Policy Forum, June 20, 1988; remarks by Frank W. Luerssen for American Iron Ore Association, June 15, 1988 regarding VRA extension

Frederick G. Jaicks

  12 Address, “Steel Industry Economics and Federal Income Tax Policy”, 1974
  13 Address, “The Captial Recovery Dilemma: To Stimulate of Be Stimulated?”, 1973

Clarence Randall

  14 Address, The Theodore Roosevelt Association, October 27, 1956
  15 Statement, Regarding corporate support for higher education, 1955
  16 Booklet, The Randall Lectures, 1957

Edward L. Ryerson

  17 Various, with (1) photograph, regarding establishment of WTTW, Channel 11, (1953-1956)
  18 Address, “Aids to Human Welfare as Provided in Chicago”, n.d.
  19 Address, Before the Association of Iron and Steel Engineers, September 26, 1940
  20 Address, “Production and Distribution of Steel and the Public Interest”, May 14, 1941
  21 Text, of radio interview, “No Hidden Profits”, November 20, 1945
  22 Address, “The Steel Industry’s Public Relations Program”, May 22, 1947
  23 Radio address, “Facts About the Steel Strike”, October 19, 1949
  24 Address, “Trends in Steel”, October 26, 1950
  25 Transcription, of remarks at the presentation of Gary Medal, American Iron & Steel Institute, May 24, 1951
  26 Address, “The Challenge in Education-Industry Cooperation”, National Business Teachers Association, December 27, 1951
  27 Booklet, “How Should We Plan for Community Health?”, from a radio discussion, August 10, 1952
  28 Pamphlet, “Management Thinking and Public Relations”, condensation of an address delivered before the National Association of Cotton Manufacturers, September 25, 1952
  29 Address, “Industry and the Individual”, National Association of Suggestion Systems, October 21, 1952
  30 Transcription, of remarks regarding steel capacity, Industrial Information Institute, November 11, 1952
  31 Address, “Old Challenges in Steel’s Public Relations”, American Iron and Steel Institute, May 26, 1954
  32 Address, “The Hospital’s Role in Meeting Public Demands”, American Hospital Association, September 14, 1954
  33 Address, “An Industry Measures Up to Is Heritage”, Dedication of the Saugus Ironworks Restoration, September 17, 1954
  34 Booklet, “Toward United Giving”, transcription from a University of Chicago Round Table radio discussion, December 26, 1954
  35 Reprint, “Inland Officers Report to Stockholders at Annual Meeting”, April 25, 1956
  36 Transcript, Remarks of Clarence B. Randall and response of Edward L. Ryerson at ceremony in which Mr. Ryerson received the first Community Service citation of the Public Relations Society of America, Chicago Chapter, October 15, 1956
  37 Booklet, “Steel in the Soviet Union”, General Report of the visit of Representatives of the American Steel and Iron Ore Industries to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 1958
  38 Address, Regarding visit to Soviet Union, Union League Club of Chicago, July 29, 1958
  39 Booklet, Annual Meeting Report, 1959
  40 Remarks, at launching of S.S. Edward L. Ryerson, by Mr. And Mrs. Edward L. Ryerson, January 21, 1960
  41 Remarks, Loyola University Damen Award, May 22, 1963
  42 Address, 50th Anniversary, Welfare Council, February 17, 1965
  42a Article, “Steel - A Pioneer Chicago Industry” by Wilfred Sykes, Journal of the Western Society of Engineers, December, 1944
  43 Address, “The State of the Steel Industry”, remarks by Michael Tenenbaum, 1974
  44 Booklet, “Toward the Seventies”, Presentations by Management to New York Society of Securities Analysts, 1969
     
(26)   SERIES: Correspondence
  45 Correspondence, Price increase letters answered by J. L. Block, 1962
  46 Letter, To employees from Frederick G. Jaicks re: energy crisis, February 24, 1977
  47 Letters, To Robert Darnall from various former employees regarding visionary management, fleet recognition with photographs, (2), ore boats Joseph L. Block, Wilfred Sykes, 1996
  47a Letter, To employees from Robert Darnall, regarding a Ryerson Tull spin-off (Greenway proposal), May 5, 1997
     
    SERIES: Communications Services
    Employee Interviews
  48 Transcription, Interview with Frances Benkovich, ca. 1991
(Sunnyside; Women’s 25 Year Club)
  49 Transcriptions, Interviews with Joseph L. Block, 1978
(Management culture; mergers; anti-Semitism; Cyrus Eaton; Clarence Randall; minorities)
  50 Transcription, Interview with Lucille Block, n.d.
  51 Transcriptions, Interviews of P.D. Block, Jr., 1978
(Family; Clarence Randall; mining mergers; mill expansion; fleet; price increases; public service)
  52 Transcription, Interview with Rev. O. C. Comer, 1993
(Race relations; 25 year Club; mechanical gangs)
  53 Transcription, Interview with Dewey Conces, n.d.
(Company picnics; World War II homefront; personnel recruitment)
  54 Transcription, Interview with Daniel J. Fabian, 1979
(Mill organization; Great Depression; apprenticeship; race relations; Mexicans; World War II; women workers; strikes; safety; winter)
  55 Transcriptions, Interviews with Frederick G. Jaicks, 1989, 1992
(Steel Workers Organizing Committee; strikes; mergers; training
program; company leadership)
  56 Transcription, Interview with Frank Kik, 1993
(World War II homefront; immigrants; unions)
  57 Transcription, Interview with Ray Lopez, n.d.
(Immigrants; strikes; race relations; accidents; Block family; downsizing)
  58 Transcription, Interview with Frank W. Luerssen, 1992
(Product research; quality control; Gary airport; Nippon Steel)
  59 Transcription, Interview with Helen Marich, ca. 1992
(Immigrants; Inland image; strikes; downsizing; foreign automobiles; corporate culture)
  60 Transcription, Interview with Ed Murway, 1993
(Carnegie Illinois Steel; slab mill; safety; corporate culture; automotive customers; metallurgy; strike; Nippon Steel)
  61 Transcription, Interview with Jesse Newell, n.d.
(Calumet Foundry and Machine Company; corporate culture; minorities; strike; accidents; Prairie Park; Fred Jaicks; race relations)
  62 Transcription, Interview with Richard G. Phelps, 1979
(Training groups; technical innovations; minimills; safety; pollution; coke ovens)
  63 Transcription, Interview with Ron Pyke, 1993
(Race relations; personnel recruitment; women workers; East Chicago; minimills; Nippon Steel)
  64 Transcription, Interview with Irwin Rosenak, 1979
(Great Depression; World War II homefront; East Chicago; lake fill; pollution control; women workers; Sunnyside; Prairie Park)
  65 Transcription, Interview with Charles M. Squarcy, 1979
(World War II homefront; iron ore; blast furnaces; Sunnyside; Prairie Park; Guadalupe Homes; Cline Avenue; corporate culture)
  66 Transcription, Interview with Rachel Swayk, 1993
(Women workers; unions; 25 year Club; race relations)
     
(26)   Press Release
  67 Press releases, 1937
  68 Press releases, 1938
  69 Press releases, 1939
  70 Press releases, 1940
  71 Misc. press releases, June 29, 1942; July 1, 1942; n.d.(regarding f.o.b. mill selling system);February 28, 1958
  72 Press releases, January-March, 1952; with text of statement of Joseph L. Block before the Wage Stabilization Board, (February 4 press release)
  73 Press releases, April-December, 1952; with letter to all Inland employees from Clarence B. Randall regarding the seizure of the steel industry and text of a radio-TV address by Randall, “These Are the Facts, Mr. President”, April 9, 1952
  74 Press releases, January-March, 1970 with photographs, (1),Pipe expander complex, Grotnes Machine Works; (1),Four “TOPS” award winners; (1), Scholz Homes “Design 2000" modular units; (1), Circumpress built by Grotnes Machine Works; (1), Red hot steel bar coil at 12" Bar Mill; (1), Steel bars on cooling bed; (1), Factory-assembled housing modules produced by Scholz Homes; (1), Ore boat L. E. Block being fitted out; (1), Wilfred Sykes at dock
  75 Press releases, April-December, 1970
  76 Press releases, January-May, 1971
  77 Press releases, June-December, 1971 with photograph, (1), Ben W. Heineman
  78-79 Press releases, 1972
  80 Statements, 1971-1972
  81 Statements, 1973
  82-83 Press releases, January-May, 1973
  84-85 Press releases, 1974
  86 Statements, 1974
     
27 1-2 Press releases, 1975
  3 Statements, 1975
  4-5 Press releases, 1976
  6 Statements, 1976
  7 Statements, 1977
  8 Press releases, 1977
  9 Statements, 1978
  10 Press releases, 1978
  11 Press releases, 1979
  12 Statements, 1979, 1980
  13-14 Press releases, 1980
  15 Press releases, 1981
  16 Statements, 1981
  17-18 Statements, 1982
  19 Press releases, 1982
  20-21 Press releases, 1983
  22 Press releases, 1984
  23 Statements, 1984
  24 Press releases, 1985
  25 Statements, 1985
  26-27 Press releases, 1986
  28 Statements, 1986, 1987
  29-30 Press releases, 1987 with photograph, (1), of Bill Jannausch at 80 inch Hot Strip Mill
  31 Press releases, January-May, 1988 with unidentified proof sheet, (1) and negatives of a new hire and proof sheet, (1) and negatives of James M. Hemphill
  32 Press releases, June-December, 1988
  33 Statements, 1988
  34-35 Press releases, January-September, 1989
     
28 1 Press releases, October-December, 1989
  2 Statements, 1989
  3 AISI News releases, FWL, 1989
  4 Releases and announcements issued by I.S. Mining/Ryerson/Tull, etc., 1990
  5-7 Press releases, 1990
  8 Statements, 1990, 1991
  9 Releases and announcements, Mining/Ryerson/Tull, 1991
  10-11 Press releases, 1991
  12 Various, Death of Joseph L. Block, 1992; with photograph, (1), 1987
  13-15 Press releases, 1992
  16 Statements, 1992, 1993
  17-18 Press releases, 1993
  19 Various, Death of Madeline Block Willner, n.d.; with photograph, (1), 1980
  20-21 Press releases, 1994; with photographs, (2), of W. Gordon Kay and Neil S. Novich
  22-23 Press releases, 1995
  24-25 Press releases, January-July, (August-November), 1996
  26 Press releases, 1997
  27 Press releases, (March-June), 1998
     
    Special Communications
  28 Report, Response to Greenway Proposal, 1997
  29 Various, Proxy Solicitation Communications Team, 1997
  30 Report, Regarding Ispat acquisition of Inland, by First Call Research Network, March 17, 1998
  31 Various, Ispat acquires Inland Steel Company, March 17, 1998
  32 Notices, Analysts quarterly conference call, April 14, 1998; with cassettes, (2), Teleconference-Executive Offerings, April 20, 1998
     
    Departmental Overviews
29 1 Pamphlet, Works Accounting Group, n.d.
  2 Pamphlet, 12" Bar Mill, n.d.
  3 Pamphlet, No. 2 B. O. F., n.d.
  3a Typescript, “Orientation to the no. 2 B.O.B./CC, n.d.
  3b Summary and flowchart, No. 2 Basic Oxygen Furnace/Caster Complex, n.d.
  4 Pamphlet, No. 4 B.O.F. and No. 1 Slab Caster, n.d.
  5 Various, No. 7 Blast Furnace, No. 11 Coke Battery, No. 5 Boiler/Pump House, n.d.
  6 Pamphlet, No. 3 Blooming Mill, ca. 1980
  7 Pamphlet, Central Mechanical Maintenance Department, n.d.
  8 Pamphlet, Coke Production Departments, n.d.
  9 Pamphlet, Cold Strip Mills, n.d.
  10 Pamphlets, Communications Services; Community Relations and Employee Activities, n.d.
  10a Pamphlet, Continuous Casting Complex/Electro Galvanizing Line, n.d.
  11 Pamphlet, Electrical Department, n.d.
  12 Pamphlet, No. 1 Electric Furnace and Billet Caster, n.d.
  13 Booklet, Engineering Department, n.d.
  14 Leaflet, Facility Planning and Operations Research, n.d.
  15 Pamphlet, Field Forces Department, n.d.
  16 Pamphlet, Galvanizing Department, n.d.
  17 Pamphlets, Hot Strip Mills, n.d.
  18 Brochures, Industrial Engineering Services, n.d.
  19 Pamphlets, Iron Production Departments, n.d.
  20 Pamphlet, Labor Relations Department, n.d.
  20a Leaflet, Magnetic Materials Group, n.d.
  21 Pamphlet, Mason Department, n.d.
  22 Pamphlet, Medical Department, n.d.
  23 Pamphlet, Merchant Mills; Spike Mill; Pickling and Conditioning Dock, n.d.
  24 Pamphlet, Mold Foundry Department, n.d.
  25 Various, No. 2 Open Hearth and No. 2 B.O.F., n.d.; No. 3 Open Hearth, 1953, 1966, n.d.
  26 Leaflet, NO. 3 Open Hearth, n.d.
  27 Pamphlet, Personnel Department, n.d.
  28 Pamphlet, Plant 1 Mills, n.d.
  29 Pamphlets, Plant 2 Mills, n.d.
  30 Pamphlet, 100" Plate Mill, n.d.
  31 Pamphlets, Power and Fuels Departments, n.d.
  32 Leaflet and brochure, Product Improvement Department: TOPS Program, n.d.
  33 Pamphlet, Production Control Department, n.d.
  34 Pamphlet, Purchasing Department, n.d.
  35 Booklet, Quality Control Group, n.d.
  36 Brochure, Research Laboratories, n.d.
  37 Pamphlet, Roll Department, n.d.
  38 Pamphlet, Safety and Plant Protection Department, n.d.
  38a Leaflet, Electronic Information Support, Sales Department, n.d.
  39 Pamphlet, No. 4 Slabbing Mill, n.d.
  40 Pamphlet, Stores and Trucking Department, n.d.
  41 Brochure, Systems Department, 1973, n.d.
  42 Pamphlet, Traffic Department, n.d.
  43 Pamphlet, Training Department, n.d.
  44 Pamphlet, Transportation Department, n.d.
  45 Leaflet, Wage and Salary Administration, n.d.
  46 Pamphlet, Yard Department, n.d.
     
    Production Milestones
  46a Advertisement, 60 millionth ton of ingot steel produced, June 9, 1947
  47 Letter, Announcing 50 millionth ton of finished steel shipped, 1949
  48 Press release, 90 millionth ton production milestone, 1955
  49 Article, “100th Million Ton”, Inland News, April, 1957
  50 Press release, 100 millionth ton, March 11, 1957
  51 Newsarticle, “Inland Passes 100 Millionth Ton of Steel, Chicago American, March 11, 1957
  52 Newsarticle, “Inland Steel Passes 100 Millionth Ton Mark in Production”, American Metal Market, March 12, 1957
  53 Draft, 100 Millionth Ton Hand-Out, with Cover Art, 1957
  54 Statistical summary, 100 millionth ton observance, 1957
  55 Memo, Summary of 100,000,000th Ton Observance and Tour, 1957
  56 Article, “From Steel Plant to Coal Mine: Inland’s 100 Millionth Ton”, Wheelwright News, March-April, 1957
  57 Press release, Growth of Inland Steel’s Indiana Harbor Works, 1957
  58 Newsarticle, “Historic Steel Processed at Differential Plant Here”, April, 1957
  59 Newsarticle, “100,000,000th Ton of Inland Steel Brought Here”, The Republican-Courier, n.d.
  60 Various, 150,000,000th Ton Production Celebration, 1966
    Other Material From Corporate Communications
  61 Booklet, 50th Anniversary Blast Furnace Production, 1957
  62 Photographs, (2), Construction, Plant no. 3 Open Hearth Furnaces, February, 1957
  63 Photograph, (1), Aerial Photo of Expansion Project, March 11, 1957
  64 Booklet, Indiana Harbor Works 1955-1958 Plant Expansion Program, 1959
     
30 1 Memo, Rolling 4-Way Safety Plate on 100" Mill, 1967
  2 Brochures, Environmental Quality Control, n.d., 1968
  3 Booklet, “Coming: the Tin Mill Story, 1933-1970", ca. 1970
  4 Photograph, (1), Scale Model of Cold-rolled Sheet Mill and Slabbing Mill, n.d.
  5 Photograph, (1), Construction, Cold-rolled Sheet Mill, n.d.
  6 Various, Madeline no. 7 Dedication (Invitation lists, etc.), 1980
  7-8 Booklet, Madeline no. 7 Media Coverage, 1980
  9-10 Booklet, I/N Tek Continuous Cold Rolling Mill Project Media Coverage, 1987
  11 Various, Customer Forum “Expanding Our Boundaries”, n.d.
  12 Advertisement, “The Chicago Fire Started Something That’s Never Stopped”, n.d.
  13 Booklet, “Inland Steel and Energy: A Concern for Conservation”, n.d.
  14 Booklet, Total Quality System, n.d.
  15 Booklet, Reference Manual for SI (Metric): The International
System of Units, 1974
  16 Various, Healthy living, 1984, n.d.
  17 Advertisement, Sunnyside, St. Catherine’s Hospital, other community involvement, 1974
     
    Series: Departmental Publications
  18 Training Manuals, 12" Bar Mill, n.d.
  19 Paper, Hearth Stave Failure and Repair, by Jon Reimer, Plant 2 Blast Furnace, 1976
  19a Glossary, Blast Furnace Glossary, Stovetenders Training Manual, Plant 3 Blast Furnaces, January, 1977
  20 Orientation manual, Coke Oven Battery “C”, Plant 3, n.d.
  21 Manual, No. 11 Battery Preheater, Coke Production, 1978
     
31 1 Booklet, Scarfing Drop Locations and Station Numbers, Combustion Department, 1968
  2 Booklets, Engineering Standards, General Terms and Conditions, 1971, 1976
  3 Paper, “Three Years of Stave-Type Cooling in a Blast Furnace”, by William E. Slagley and Richard J. Wilson, 1967
  4 Paper, “Material Weighing: Inland Steel Company’s No. 4 B.O.F. Shop”, by Lawrence Maloney and Richard J. Lavery, 1968
  5 Paper, “Spherical Charging”, by Lawrence G. Maloney and William E. Slagley, 1969
  6 Article, “Design and Engineering: Inland’s 5-Stand 80-in. Tandem Cold Mill”, by E. W. James, J. E. Mikloskey, and L. E. Jackson, Iron and Steel Engineer, November, 1970
  7 Paper, “The Cascade Rinse System at Inland’s 63-in. Continuous Strip Pickling Line”, by John B. Hodsden and William L. VanKley, 1973
  7a Booklet, Commitment to Health, Safety & the Environment, 1997
  8 Various, 80-in. Hot Strip Mill, 1977, n.d.
  9 Paper, “Special Repairs, Blast Furnace Area”, by Charles W. Ireland, 1976
  10 Various, Central Mechanical Maintenance Department, 1974, 1994
  11-12 Booklets, Shop Theory for Boilermaker Apprentices, 1969, 1971
  13 Various, Merchant Mills, 1968, n.d.
    Personal Department
  14 Postcard, To Inland Employees regarding housing availability for returning veterans, ca. 1946
  15 Booklets, (2), Your Job with Inland, ca. 1959, 1969
  16 Booklet, Management Opportunities at Inland Steel, ca. 1957
  17 Booklet and material, Inland Benefits Package, 1950, (1981-1989)
  18 Booklets, Program of Insurance Benefits, 1968, 1971, 1979, 1981
  19 Booklet, Executive Stock Option Plan, 1965
  20 Booklets, Employee Stock Purchase Plan, 1968, 1978, 1981
  21 Annual Report, Inland Steel Company Pension Plan, 1969, 1976, (1980-1988)
  22 Booklet, Savings and Vacation Plan, 1969
     
32 1 Booklets, Supplemental Unemployment Benefit Plan, (1956-1983)
  2 Booklets, Benefits for Laid off/dislocated Employees, 1969, 1992, n.d.
  3 Brochure, Direct Deposit Pay Plan, n.d.
  4 Annual report, Combined Appeal Plan, 1973, n.d.
  5 Brochures, Inland Training Group, 1967, n.d.
  6 Booklet, Co-operative Education Program, n.d.
  7 Booklet, You and the Seventies, Salaried Recruitment Section, n.d.
  8 Form, Expense reimbursement, n.d.
  9 Various, High School Recruitment Materials, 1966-1967, n.d.
  10 Leaflets, “Piling and Blocking Standards, Plant no. 2 Mills”, 1968, 1969
  11 Booklet, Scarfing Drop Locations and Station Numbers, Power and Fuels Department, 1979
  12 Form letter, TOPS Program Employee of the Month, n.d.
  13 Booklet, Production Control, Data Processing Operations, n.d.
  14 Paper,”A Novel Process for the Metallurgical Beneficiation of Illinois Coal”, by C. R. Jackson and M. O. Holowaty, 1968
  15 Booklet, Research Library Guide, 1969
  16 Booklet, The Atmospheric Corrosion of Galvanized and Aluminized Steel, by R. A. Legault and V. P. Pearson, 1976
  17 Leaflet, “Back Up Roll Build Up”, no. 5 Roll Shop, n.d.
  18 Safety rules, General, 1948, 1972
  19 Safety rules, 12" Bar Mill, 1973
  20 Safety rules, no. 4 Basic Oxygen Furnace, n.d.
  21 Safety rules, Blast Furnace Department, 1955
  22 Safety rules, no. 3 Bloomer, 1953, 1963
  23 Safety rules, Central Mechanical Maintenance Department, 1977
  24 Safety rules, Coke Plant Department, 1973
  25 Safety rules, Cold Strip Department, 1951, 1962
  26 Safety rules, Combustion Department, 1956
     
33 1 Safety rules, Mill Electrical Sequences and Electrical Department, 1969
  2 Safety rules, Engineering Department, 1956
  3 Safety rules, Field Force Department, 1957
  4 Safety rules, 76" Finishing End, 1957
  5 Safety rules, Galvanizing Department, (1954-1971)
  6 Safety rules, 44" Hot Strip Mill, 1955, 1975
  7 Safety rules, 80" Hot Strip Mill, n.d.
  8 Safety rules, Mason Department, 1953
  9 Safety rules, 10" and 14" Merchant Mills, 1951
  10 Safety rules, no. 1 Open Hearth Department, 1951
  11 Safety rules, no. 2 Open Hearth Department, (1951-1955)
  12 Safety rules, no. 3 Open Hearth Department, 1955, 1964
  13 Safety rules, Plant no. 1/Plant no. 2 Mills, 1951, 1970
  14 Safety rules, 100" Plate Mill, 1964
  15 Safety rules, Power Department, 1970
  16 Safety rules, Rail Accessories Department, 1951, 1956
  17 Safety rules, Research and Development Department, 1951
  18 Safety rules, 76" and 44" Slab Yard, 1951, 1960
  19 Safety rules, no. 4 Slabbing Mill, 1961
  20 Safety rules, Steam Department, 1970
  21 Safety rules, Storeroom, Field Stores, Refractories, and Trucking Department, 1961
  22 Safety rules, Transportation Department, 1970
     
34 1 Booklet, IESP Safety Training Pocket Guide, 1990
  2 Manual, Reglas Generales de Seguridad Y Conducta Personal, 1973
  3 Pamphlet, Plant Driving Regulations, 1969
  4-5 Manuals, Accident Prevention Fundamentals, 1962
  6 Pamphlet, “Safety for All Seasons”, n.d.
  7 Leaflets, “How It Happened”, (1974-1981)
  8 Leaflet, “Asbestos”, Material Information Bulletin, April, 1982
  9 Pamphlets, Safe Practices Bulletin, (1980-1981)
  10 Pamphlets, Safety Aids for Foremen, (January, 1974-May, 1975)
  11 Pamphlets, Safety Aids for Supervisors, (April 1981-April, 1982)
  12 Pamphlets, Shop Services, n.d.
  13 Pamphlet, 30th Apprentice Recognition Program, Training Department, 1978
  14 Booklets, Sales Training Programs, 1966, 1967
  15 Training Manual, Discharge End Dust Collection Baghouse, No. 3 Sinter Plant, 1975
     
35 1 Table, Raw Materials Department Data: Mines, Quarries, Boats, April 7, 1953
     
    Series: The Fleet
  2 Booklets, The Inland Fleet, n.d.
  3 Various, Great Lakes Shipping Seasons: Opening, Closing News Coverage with boat and crew statistics, 1947, 1951-1979
  4 Various, Fleet Miscellaneous, n.d., (1960-1979)
Brief biographical data on men for whom Inland fleet ships are named, n.d.; Article, “Inland Raw Materials Traffic on the Great Lakes”, Inland News, March, 1960; Advertisement, “Reliability goes aboard at Inland”, Steel, September 14, 1964; Article, “. . . Iron Ore Handling on the Great Lakes”, Inland Seas, Winter, 1975; Article, “The Great Lakes Fleet: Fewer Vessels Handle More Cargo” (freighters from many companies), Marine Engineering Log, n.d.; Article, “Jumboization led the way to the new 1000-ft. giants”, Marine Engineering Log, n.d.; Article, “New mv. Indiana Harbor Marks Gt. Lakes Single Cargo Record”, Skillings’Mining Review, September 15, 1979
  5 Booklet, “Safety and First Aid with Inland’s Fleet”, n.d.
  6 Correspondence, Regarding the N.F. Leopold, The Inland, and The Steel Chemist, 1958

E.J. Block
  7 Booklet, Improving the Great Lakes Ore Carrier: The Story of the Rebirth of the E.J. Block, n.d.
  8 Articles, MV E. J. Block, (1951-1953), 1971, 1975
  9 Postcard, (1), MV E. J. Block, n.d.
  10

Article, “Mariners of the Inland Seas” (Joseph Block), Inland News, August, 1955

Joseph L. Block

  11 Press releases, MV Joseph L. Block, (1974-1976)
  12 Various, Design of Hull 715, (1974-1975)
  13 Various, Launch, 1976
  14 Correspondence, Regarding MV Joseph L. Block christening, 1976
  15 Booklet, Christening program, June 29, 1976
  16 Transcriptions, Remarks made at christening, June 29, 1976
  17 Newsarticles, MV Joseph L. Block christening, June 30, 1976
  18 Articles, Christening of Joseph L. Block, 1976
  19 Photograph, (1), Christening the Joseph L. Block, 1976
  20 Booklet, “Welcome Aboard”, n.d.

L. E. Block

  21 Brochure, “Welcome Aboard Inland’s Str. L. E. Block”, ca. 1972
  22 Articles, L. E. Block, 1955, 1959, 1960
  23 Various, Michigan Tech Grads Greeted by L. E. Block, 1975
  24 Newsarticles, Pellet Transfer, 1975

Philip D. Block

  25 Press releases, Philip D. Block, 1951, n.d.
  26 Various, Lengthening of Philip D. Block, 1951
  27 Newsarticles, P. D. Block and Wilfred Sykes rescues, 1965
  28 Newsarticles, P. D. Block, 1953, (1964-1965)

Clarence B. Randall

  29 Memo, State of Inland Fleet; J. J. Sullivan, n.d.
  30 Various, Purchase of J. J. Sullivan; naming as Clarence B. Randall, 1962
  31 Press release, Bow thrusters for Clarence B. Randall, S/S Edward L. Ryerson, 1965

Edward L. Ryerson

  32 Booklet, S.S. Edward L. Ryerson: Flagship of the Inland Steel Fleet, n.d.
  33 Booklet, “Great Lakes Bulk Ore Carrier Edward L. Ryerson”, by C. E. Tripp, J. G. Souris, G. F. Rankin, and R. H. Miller, 1960
  34 Cut-away Diagram, Edward L. Ryerson, n.d.
  35 Various, Edward L. Ryerson construction announcement, 1958-1959
  36 Various, ELR keel-laying, construction, 1959
  37 Various, ELR launch announcement, (1959-1960)
  38 Press coverage, ELR launching, 1960
  39 Transcriptions, Remarks at ELR launch luncheon, January 21, 1960
  40 Various, Press regarding ELR launch,1960
  41 Various, ELR maiden voyage, 1960
  42 Press packet, ELR initial arrival at Indiana Harbor, August 6, 1960
  43 Various, ELR cargo records, (1960-1966)
  44 Various, Lighting design, bow thruster, stress tests, etc., (1961-1967)
  45 Various, ELR opens shipping season, (1967-1975)

Wilfred Sykes

  46 Booklets, (3),”Welcome Aboard the S.S.Wilfred Sykes: Flagship of the Inland Steel Fleet”, n.d., ca. 1968
  47 Sample card, Standard Colors for Steamer Wilfred Sykes, n.d.; with Postcards, (2), S.S. Wilfred Sykes, n.d.
  48 Correspondence, Sykes facts and figures, 1950
  49 Press releases, Regarding Wilfred Sykes, (1947-1953)
  50 Articles, Construction of the Wilfred Sykes, The American Ship Builder, (June, 1948-May, 1949)
  51 Article, “Design and Construction of Great Lakes Bulk Freighter Wilfred Sykes”, Marine Engineering and Shipping Review, June, 1950
     
36 1 Articles, Regarding Wilfred Sykes from various Inland publications, (1951-1975)
  2 Articles, Regarding Wilfred Sykes from outside publications, (1950-1975)
  3 Various, Sykes rescue of Henry Steinbrenner crew, 1953
  4 Photograph, (1), Steinbrenner survivors Bernard Oberoski and Kenneth Kumm with Capt. George Fisher, 1953
  5 Photographs, (2), Body recovered from Steinbrenner lifeboat, 1953
  6 Photographs, (6), Steinbrenner rescue, 1953
  7 Photographs, (2), Sykes crewmen who rescued Steinbrenner crew, 1953
  8 Photographs, (2), Wilfred Sykes and P.D. Block, Jr. congratulate Arthur J. Ritter on Steinbrenner rescue, 1953
  9 Photographs, (2), Wilfred Sykes congratulating lifeboat crew, 1953
  10 Photographs, (2), Sykes crew, 1953
  11 Photographs, (12), Sykes crew being congratulated, 1953
  12 Articles, Sykes involvement with Edmund Fitzgerald search, other rescue, 1975
  13 Articles, Tugboat Little Toot, 1964
  14 Article, “Inland’s Raw Materials Situation Discussed”, Skillings Mining Review, May 19, 1973
  15 Drawing, Midwestern states showing Black River Falls and Sesser mine locations, n.d.
  16 Periodical, Inland Now: Mines and Miners: Special Issue, no.3, 1972
    Series: Iron Mines
  17 Article, “The Iron We Need”, by Clarence B. Randall, Atlantic Monthly, June, 1948
  18 Booklets,(2), Regarding Minnesota Iron Mining, 1958, 1967
  19 Typescript, “Iron Ore Shipping History”, January 8, 1960
  20 Booklet, Iron Ore Today, 1963
  20a Article, “The Evolution of Equipment in Minnesota Iron Mining Industry, 1883-1953", Skilling’s Mining Review, August 8, 1953
  21 Article, “Iron Ore: Is the Midwest Slowly Starving?”, Inland Magazine, no. 1, Fall, 1953
  22 Article, “Iron Ore”, The Hanna Miner, April, 1959
  23 Article, “The State of the Iron Ore Industry”, Skilling’s Mining Review, December 4, 1976
  24 Newsarticles, Regarding Upper Midwest Iron Mining, Duluth News-Tribune, August 16, 1953
  25 Newsarticle, “$12.3 Million Esky Ore Terminal Will Serve U.P. Mining Firms”, no id, n.d.
  26

Map, Showing Inland Iron Ore Mines including Congdon, Alpha, and Blueberry deposits, n.d.

Armour Mines

  27 Article, “Cuyuna Iron Range”, Skilling’s Mining Review, February 12, 1955
  28 Article, “A History of the Armour Mines”, Mine & Quarry News, May-June, 1957
  29 Article, “Story of the Armour Mines”, The Iron Oracle, May 25, 1967
  30 Article, “A Historic Inland Mine Closes” (Armour no. 1), Inland News, May, 1959
  31 Articles, Armour no. 2 start-up, (1956-1960)
  32 Articles, Armour no. 2 closing, (1966-1967)
  33 Newsarticles, Armour no. 2 closing, (1966-1967)

Black River Falls

  34 Booklet, “Jackson County Iron Company”, n.d.
  35 Notes, Regarding telephone inquiries about water diversion from the Black River, September 5 and October 16, 1963
  36 Press releases, (December, 1964-December, 1969)
  37 Excerpt, “Eddy Currents Sort Materials”, Iron Age, November 11, 1965 with cover memos between Navarre Macomb and Michael Holowaty, November 16 & 17, 1965
  38 Correspondence, Regarding historical photos of Jackson County Iron Company of Black River Falls, 1967
  39 Typescript, Statement of Carl B. Jacobs, Inland Steel Company, Before the Senate Labor, Taxation, Insurance, and Banking Committee of the State of Wisconsin, March 11, 1967
  40 Memoranda, Regarding Jackson County Iron Company, Wisconsin Senate Bill 84, Railroad cars, Sierra Club, (1967-1969)
  41 Typescript, Proposal for an Iron Ore Pellet Project at Black River Falls, ca. 1969
  42 Report, Environmental Quality Concerns in Iron Mining and Taconite Processing, Jackson County Wisconsin, ca. 1970
  43 Typescript, “Lady Elgin’s” Legacy”, German Company/Jackson County Iron Company, March 6, 1970
  44 Typescript, “Black River” for Steelmaker copy, n.d.
  45 Diagram, Jackson County Iron Company, Black River Falls Mine Flowchart, n.d.
  46 Form, Engineering and Mining Journal Iron Ore Questionnaire, ca. 1974
  47 Form, Questionnaire on U.S. Iron Mines, Mining Engineering, n.d.
  48 Television scripts, Jackson County Iron Company Mine, n.d.
  49 Newsletters, The Iron Oracle, February 25, 1963; July 25, 1967
  50 Excerpt, Regarding county-owned lands, The Iron Oracle, February 23, 1962
  51 Excerpt, Regarding water from Black River, The Iron Oracle, November 23, 1963
  52 Excerpts, The Iron Oracle, (1968-1974)
  53 Articles, “New Ore Reserves Sought by Inland in Wisconsin”; “Plan Ore Mine in Wisconsin”, The Inland Steelmaker, August 15, 1962 and July 13, 1967
  54 Excerpt, Jackson County Iron Co., The Steelmaker, November 29, 1968
  55 Article,”The View from Seven Mile Pit”, Inland News, no. 4, 1969
  56 Excerpt, “First from ‘Falls’”, The Steelmaker, December 26, 1969
  57 Article, “Methode de concentration des minerals de fer fortement siliceux et en particulier des taconites”, Circulaire d’Informations Techniques, no. 2, 1952
  58 Articles, Skilling’s Mining Review, (1968, 1970-1973)
  59 Article, “Iron Ore Moves from New Mine”, Newsletter, Wisconsin Division of Economic Development, January, 1970
  60 Article, “Inland Says It Will Have a New Source of Iron Ore Pellets Producing in a Year”, American Metal Market, March 14, 1973
  61 Article, “Treasure Hunt in Wisconsin”, WSE Midwest Engineer, May, 1973
  62 Article, “Wisconsin’s Iron Ore Mine”, no id, May, 1973
  63 Excerpt, “Wisconsin Iron”, Society of Mining Engineers, September, 1973
  64 Article, “Keep on Trucking”, Wisconsin Builder, February 7, 1974
  65 Article, “Inland Profits by Proximity to Jackson County Iron”, Engineering and Mining Journal, November, 1974
  66 Excerpt, Regarding the Start-up of the Jackson Mining Company, Skilling’s Mining Review, July 19, 1975
  67 Article, “Benefits of Small Taconite Pellets”, Skilling’s, April 10, 1976
  68 Article, “Lady Elgin’s Legacy”, Dravo Review, Summer, 1976
  69 Article, “Inland’s Jackson County Iron Company”, Inland Now, no. 4, 1979
  70 Newsarticle, “Miners’ Milestone”, The Inland Steelmaker, December 8, 1972
  71 Newsarticle, “Old Black River Lunbering Region Will Ring Soon With New Tune”, LaCrosse Tribune and Leader Post, December 3, 1940; Letter to Editor from Clarence B. Randall, Black River Falls Banner-Journal, December 4, 1940, with transmittal memo
  72 Newsarticle, “Taconite Plant Under Study in Wisconsin”, Minneapolis Tribune, April 2, 1967, with transmittal memo
  73 Newsarticles, Black River Falls start-up, 1957, (1962-1968)
  74 Newsarticle, “Protecting Nature at the Mines”, The Banner-Journal, July 22, 1970
  75 Newsarticle, “Deposits of Iron Ore Here Have Lured Miners Since 1850's, Banner-Journal, March 9, 1977
  76 Newsarticles, Black River Falls mine, (1969, 1972, 1974-1975), n.d.
  77 Newsarticle, Lady Elgin disaster, Chicago Tribune, August 19, 1973
  78 Photographs, (5), Jackson County Iron Company, 1886
  79 Map, (1), Magnetic Anomaly Map of State of Wisconsin, January 31, 1970
  80 Map, (1), Brockway and Kamens counties, Wisconsin, n.d.

Bristol Mine
     
37 1 Article, “History of the Bristol Mine”, Mine & Quarry New, November 12, 1957
  2 Article, “Extension of Bristol Mine Shaft Completed”, Mine & Quarry News, Summer, 1959
  3 Articles, “Underground Hoist”, Skilling’s Mining News, October 29, 1960; “Deepen Two Shafts on Menominee Iron Range”, June 6, 1960
  4  
  5  
  6 Newsarticle, “Bristol Mine History Told in Feature By Mine Clerk”, Diamond Drill, August 31, 1961
  7 Newsarticles, “Inland Plans Ore Screening Plants Here”, Iron River Reporter, August 9, 1965; “New Screening Plants in Operation” (Bristol, Sherwood), The Steelmaker, March 10, 1966
  8 Newsarticles, Bristol Mine closing, 1969

Butler Taconite

  9 Various, “Inland Steel Company, Butler Taconite Project”, ca. 1973, with maps, (5) Lake Superior Iron Ore District, 1952; Sargent Reserve, n.d.; Strip map of the Western Mesabi Range, 1960; The Hanna Mining Company, Agents Legend, Wheeling Steel Corporation Properties, 1969; Proposed Taconite Joint Tailings Basin and Water Storage System, n.d. and photographs, (8), Butler Taconite, Exterior View, n.d.; Service Building, n.d.; Primary Crusher and Pit Area, n.d.; Autogenous Grinding Mills, n.d.; Magnetic Separators, n.d.; Baling Drums, n.d.; Rotary Kiln, n.d.; Loadout, n.d.
  10 Articles, Butler Taconite, Skilling’s Mining Review, (1966-1967)
  11 Article, “Pellet Production Begins at Hanna’s Butler Taconite”, The Hanna Miner, May, 1967
  12 Article, “How ‘Raw’ Are Raw Materials?”, Steel Facts, Fall, 1971
  13

Newsarticle, “Feed Furnaces First Ore from Taconite Plant”, Steelmaker, May 18, 1967

Caland Ore Company

  14 Report, Antikokan, Caland, Steep Rock Lake, April 7, 1953
  15 Various, Steep Rock Lake statistics, (1953-1961)
  16 Typescript, Steep Rock Mineral History, n.d.
  17 Booklet, “Antikokan: Home of the Steep Rock Iron Range”, n.d.
  18 Booklet, “The Story of Caland Ore Company, Ltd.”; reprinted from Inland Mine and Quarry News, Sept.-Oct. 1955
  19 Booklet, “The Caland Story”, n.d.
  20 Excerpt, Caland history, Inland Quarterly, Summer, 1961
  21 Booklet, “Steep Rock Iron Mines, Ltd.”, n.d.
  22 Press releases, Development of Steep Rock Ore Body, (February-September), 1953
  23 Program, First Ore Shipment Ceremonies, Falls Bay Loading Plant, May 13, 1960
  24 Advertisement, Regarding Steep Rock, n.d.
  25 Typescript, History of Fort William, Ontario, n.d.
  26 Newsletter, Caland Clippings, July 25, 1963, January 25, 1970, n.d.
  27 Obituary, for Julian G. Cross, Skilling’s Mining Review, January 15, 1972
  28 Periodical, Inland Mine and Quarry News, March-April, 1958
  29 Articles, Inland Mine and Quarry News, (1956-1959)
  30 Articles, Inland News, (1953-1960)
  31 Articles, Skilling’s Mining Review, (1955-1974)
  32 Article, “Possible Annual Production of Steep Rock Iron Ore Seen as 10 Million Tons”, Steel, August 21, 1950
  33 Article, “Caland Dredging Operation at Steep Rock Lake”, Steep Rock Echo, March, 1953
  34 Articles, Port Arthur Ore Dock Extension, Skilling’s, August 1, 1953; December 12, 1953; August 21, 1954
  35 Article, “A Century of Iron”, Time, August 31, 1953
  36 Articles, Inland: the Magazine of the Middle West, Autumn, 1953, Autumn, 1956
  37 Article, “New Dredge for Caland”, (Clarence B. Randall), Inland News, August, 1954
  38 Article, “From Lake to Mine”, Inland News, August, 1955; includes dredge Joseph L. Block
  39 Article, “The Story of Caland Ore Company Ltd.”, Inland Mine and Quarry News, September-October, 1955
  40 Article, “Caland Highway Scheduled for Completion in 1956", Inland Mine and Quarry News, July-August, 1956
  41 Articles, “Pay Dirt at Steep Rock”, Reader’s Digest, April, 1957; The Beaver, Spring, 1957
  42 Article, “The Caland Project at Steep Rock Lake”, The Engineering Journal, November 1957
  43 Article, “Dredges Suck Last Silt at Steep Rock”, Engineering and Contract Record, February, 1960
  44 Article, “North America’s Largest Inland Dredging Job Near Completion”, Excavating Engineer, March, 1960
  45 Article, “Another Deposit Readied at Steep Rock”, Engineering and Mining Journal, June, 1960
  46 Article, “The First Royalty Payment”, The Northern Miner, August 11, 1960
  47 Article, “Caland Open Pits - Mink and Lime”, Mining World, July, 1962
  48 Articles, “The Keefer Lakehead Terminal”, Inland Seas, Winter, 1962; “Millions from a Pile of Moose Bones”, Amoco Bulletin, no. 3, 1962
  49 Article, Regarding Caland dams and pumps, The Iron Oracle, May 25, 1965
  50 Article, “Mining Production Sets New Records”, Trade and Commerce, November, 1966
  51 Article, “Getting in Touch at Caland”, Inland Now, no. 4, 1970
  52 Article, “Projects in Perspective”, World Dredging and Marine Construction, December, 1972
  53 Articles, Closing of Caland Iron Ore Operations, Skilling’s Mining Review, March 12, 1973, May 12, 1973
  54 Article, “Marconaflo System Overburden Removal at Caland”, Skilling’s, September 4, 1976
  55 Article, “Fishing Through the Ice for Iron”, Forward with Canada, no. 6, n.d.
  56 Article, “‘Operation Mudpack’ at Steep Rock Lake”, Men, Methods, and Machinery, n.d.
  57 Excerpt, “Men of Steep Rock”, no id. n.d.
  58 Newsarticle, “Hydro Starts Major Program”, AIP, February 11, 1956
  59 Newsarticle, “Built to Keep Caland Ore Mine Dry, Dam Gets International Recognition”, Steelmaker, March 12, 1964
  60 Aerial photograph, (1), Steep Rock Lake, n.d.
  61 Postcard, (1), Electrical Plant in Operation Prior to Dewatering of Steep Rock Lake, n.d.
  62 Maps, (3), Atikokan, Ontario, 1949, n.d., 1955
  63 Map, (1), Surface Installations, Buildings, and Main Roads in the Falls Bay Area, June, 1964

Cayia Iron Mine

  64 General Bulletin, Cayia Iron Mine announcement, February 7, 1951
  65 Transcription, Address at Dedication of the Cayia Mine, October 9, 1952
  66 Press releases, Cayia Mine, February 5, 1951, October 9, 1952

Empire Iron Mine

  67 Report, Annual Meeting, April, 1960
  68 Pamphlets, Empire Iron Mining Company, n.d., Fall, 1971
  69 Address, “The Future of Iron Ore - United States and Canada”, by Carl B. Jacobs, American Mining Congress, September 13, 1961
  70 Advertisement, “1 ½ Million Tons of Taconite Tumble Through This Kiln Every Year”, Iron Age, January 13, 1972
  71 Article, “First Pellets From Empire”, Inland News, Winter, 1964
  72 Articles, Skilling’s Mining Review, (1962-1972)
  73 Article, “Developments in Agglomeration, Steel, November 5, 1962
  74 Articles, “First Shipment of Empire Mine High-Grade Pellets”, Cliffs News, April, 1964; “Ahead of Schedule”, December, 1963
  75 Articles, “Ore Grinds Ore”, Bechtel Briefs, February, 1964; Metal Mining & Processing, July, 1964
  76 Article, “Empire Expanding to 5.2 Million”, Society of Mining Engineers, September, 1973
  77 Article, “Empire Expansion is Second in Decade”, Engineering/Mining Journal, November, 1974
  78 Article, “Ore Men Iron Out Their Problems”, Iron Age, n.d.
  79 Article, “Dravo-built Plant Annually Produces 1,250,000 tons of uniform, hard pellets for The Hanna Mining Company”, no id, n.d.
  80 Newsarticle, “Once-Doomed Iron Ore District at Lake Superior Now Booming”, New York Times, August 9, 1965

Greenwood Mine

     
38 1 Newsletter, The Iron Oracle, June 25, 1963
  2 Correspondence, Regarding Greenwood closing, golf course donation, November 16, 1962; June 3, 1966
  3 Article, “Iron Ore Country”, Inland News, April, 1952
  4 Article, “Bristol”, The Iron Oracle, July 25, 1962
  5 Article, “Hats Off: a Salute to the Pioneers” (Ispeming Centennial), 1954
  6 Newsarticle, “Inland Steel Will Close Michigan Mine”, News, November 15, 1962
  7

Newsarticle, “‘Imported’ Sandhogs Made Work Possible at Greenwood Mine”, Upbeat, February 25, 1979

Marquette Mining Company

  8 Press release, Announcing formation of Marquette Mining Company, February 14, 1956
  9 Address, To honor Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company Centennial, by Clarence B. Randall, June 29, 1950
  10 Advertisement, Turnkey Dwight-Lloyd ore pelletizing plant, Skilling’s Mining Review, January 28, 1958
  11 Article, “Inland Announces Ore Beneficiation Programs”, The Inland Steelmaker, February 16, 1956
  12 Article, “Jackson Mine History, Marquette Range of Michigan”, Skilling’s Mining Review, March 8, 1952
  13 Article, “Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Company”, Skilling’s Mining Review, February 18, 1956
  14 Article, Marquette Iron Mining Company beneficiation plant, Skilling’s, August 8, 1959
  15 Article, “How to Get Profits From Lean Pickings”, Business Week, February 25, 1956
  16 Article, “Bottomless Pit”, Time, February 27, 1956
  17 Article, “Marquette’s New Republic Mill Makes Iron Flotation Look Easy”, Mining World, March 1957
  18 Article, “The Founding of the Port of Marquette”, Inland Seas, Spring, 1976
  19 Newsarticle, “J & L, Wheeling Steel to Join Others in Iron Ore Project”, Wall Street Journal, February 13, 1956
  20 Newsarticle, “Details of Mining Operations for ‘56 on Marquette Range”, Marquette Mining Journal, March 22, 1957
  21 Newsarticle, “Cleveland-Cliffs Iron, McLouth Outline Ore Project in Michigan”, Wall Street Journal, December 20, 1963
  22 Newsarticle, North Digs in for Battle Over Taconite Mining”, The Milwaukee Journal, August 13, 1968
  23 Photograph, (1), Cleveland Cliffs Iron Company and Inland Officials Visit Republic Mine, September 23, 1954
  24 Photograph, (1), Republic Mine, February, 1956

Laura Mine

  25 Typescript, Laura Iron Mine, n.d.

Minorca Mine

  26 Booklets, Minorca Mine, n.d.
  27 Typescript, History of Inland Steel Company Iron Ore Mining in State of Minnesota from 1906 to the present, September 20, 1974
  28 Typescript, “Minorca Mine: Unique in Many Ways”, February 26, 1979
  29 Press releases, Regarding Minorca Mine, (1974-1977)
  30 Articles, “A New Home on the Range”, Inland Now, 1/1976
  31 Articles, Skilling’s Mining Review, (1975-1979)
  32 Newsarticles, Minorca mine proposal, groundbreaking, (1971-1974)
  33 Newsarticles, Minorca Mine land deal, taconite process, 1975
  34 Newsarticles, Minorca Mine construction, 1976
  35 Newsarticle, “Ore Wealth Causing Rumbles on the Range”, no id, n.d.

Morris Mine

  36 General Bulletin, Closing of the Morris Mine, January 23, 1961
  37 Press release, Closing of Morris Mine, January 21, 1961
  38 Newsletter, The Iron Oracle, September 30, 1959, January 30, 1961
  39 Article, “The History of the Morris Mine”, Mine & Quarry News, September-October, 1957
  40 Article, “Winter Operations at an Iron Mine”, Mine & Quarry News, January, 1968
  41 Newsarticles, Morris Mine closing, Spring, 1961
  42 Newsarticle, “Morris Mine Compressors Make Snow in Michigan”, Steelmaker, January 4, 1962

Morton Mine

  43 Newsarticle, “Pioneer Sees Bright Future for Cuyuna” , Duluth News-Tribune, July 24, l951

Pacific Isle Mining Company

  44 Booklet, “Pacific Isle in Perspective”, n.d.
  45 Memo, Regarding Pacific Isle Mining Company status, August 1, 1951
  46 Press release, Regarding acquisition of Pacific Isle, October 12, 1960
  47 Articles, “Inland’s Mobile Miners”, Inland News, #2, Summer, 1968; “Pacific Isle”, The Iron Oracle, May 25, 1964
  48 Articles, Skilling’s Mining Review, (1958-1968)
  49 Newsarticles, “Inland Acquires Mesabi Range Mining Firm”, The Steelmaker, October 20, 1960; “Inland Steel Acquires All of Mining Firm”; Chicago Tribune, October 12, 1960
  50 Newsarticle, “Inland Steel Making a Hefty Contribution to Area Economy”, Mesabi Daily News, August 12, 1965
  51 Newsarticles, West Hill Mine, (1967-1968)
  52 Newsarticle, Pacific Isle to be Shut Indefinitely”, The Steelmaker, September 5, 1968

Sherwood Mine
  53 Questionnaires, Regarding Sherwood Mine, from Mining Engineering, June, 1973; from Engineering and Mining Journal, July, 1974
  54 Various, Public Relations materials regarding Sherwood Mine fire, 1959
  55 Excerpt, Sherwood Mine history, Summer, 1961
  56 Articles, “Inland Steel leases Sherwood property”, Skillings’s Mining Review, 1939; “Sherwood Mine Dedication”, Iron River Reporter, 1942
  57 Articles, “History of the Sherwood Mine”, Mine & Quarry News, May-July, 1958; Story of the Sherwood Mine, The Iron Oracle, August 30, 1978
  58 Articles, Mine & Quarry News, (1957-1958)
  59 Articles, “Sherwood Remains Alive”, Society of Mining Engineers, September, 1973; Sherwood Undertakes New Underground Mine Development, Engineering and Mining Journal, November, 1974
  60 Article, “Sherwood Mine Ends Output”, The Steelmaker, September 29, 1978
  61 Newsarticles, Sherwood Mine, Skilling’s Mining Review, (1972- 1975)
  62 Newsarticles, Sherwood Mine fire, 1959
  63 Newsarticle, “105 Year Wait Pays Off”, Sentinel, n.d.
  64 Photograph (photocopy), (1), Sherwood Mine cables, n.d.

Wabush

  65 Information packet, Wabush, with area maps and plant diagrams, n.d.
  66 Periodical, Wabush Special Supplement, Dofasco Illustrated News, n.d.
  67 Articles, “Labrador Ore Hunt”, Inland News, November, 1959
  68 Article, “A Town Grows in Labrador”, Inland News, Winter, 1963
  69 Articles, “Wabush from the Air”, Inland News, no. 1, 1965; “Visit to Wabush”, no. 3, 1965
  70 Articles, Wabush, Skilling’s Mining Review, (1960-1973)
  71 Article, “The Wabush Pilot Plant”, Engineering and Mining Journal, April, 1961
  72 Article, “Iron Ore: The Big Picture”, Journal of Metals, November, 1961
  73 Article, “Another Big Boost for Labrador Output When Wabush Mines in Production”, The Northern Miner, July 26, 1962
  74 Article, “Ore Companies Square Off in $100-million Feud”, Business Week, August 18, 1962
  75 Articles, Wabush Mine, Youngstown Sheet & Tube Chicago Bulletin, (1962-1965)
  76 Article, “Around Labrador City”, Iron Ore, October, 1962
  77 Article, “The Reconstruction at Wabush”, Kaiser Builder, April, 1967
  78 Article, “Wabush - a $300-Million Iron Operation”, Mining Engineering, December, 1970
  79 Articles, Churchill Falls Hydroelectric Complex, Bechtel Briefs, May, 1972, August, 1972; Skilling’s, December 9, 1972, October 6, 1973
  80 Maps, (5), Wabush area, n.d.
     
39   Series: Inland Lime and Stone Company
  1 Booklet, “The Inland Lime and Stone Company”, n.d.
  2 Booklet, “Production of Crushed Limestone”, 1956
  3 Booklet, “Limestone: Its Story Told in Pictures”, n.d.
  4 Statistics, Inland Lime and Stone Company, n.d., 1964
  5 Press release, Start of Inland Lime and Stone Company, December 14, 1928
  6 Product data, Limestone, 1955, 1957
  7 Typescript, Marblehead Lime project, September 8, 1970
  8 Typescript, Proposed burnt lime flux facilities, September 16, 1972
  9 Typescript, Statistical Summary for 1953, n.d.
  10 Diagram and description, No. 1 Lime Plant, June, 1973
  11 Form, Port Inland Shipping Schedule, n.d.
  12 Lecture notes, Regarding quarries and boats, August 14, 1951, November, 1951, April, 1953, May, 1959, August 1964, n.d.
  13 Periodical, Inland Mine and Quarry News, November-December, 1955
  14 Newsletter, Limestone Chips, December 1, 1958; June, 1961
  15 Excerpts, Limestone Chips, (1961-1966
  16 Various, Planning for 25th Anniversary Celebration, July, 1955
  17 Press releases, 25th Anniversary Celebration, November 7, 1955
  18 Invitation, 25th Anniversary Celebration, November 14, 1955
  19 Various, Inland Gift of Manistique City Hall, 1961
  20 Letter, 100,000,000th Ton of Limestone Shipped, July 29, 1964
  21 Booklet, “Inland Lime and Stone Company: Fiftieth Anniversary, 1930-1980", n.d.
  22 Memo, of telephone conversation regarding Lime & Stone seven mile railroad, January 13, 1959
  23 Articles, Inland News, (1952-1959, 1964)
  24 Articles, Inland Mine and Quarry News, (1955-1959, 1961)
  25 Article, “The Big Blast at Manistique”, Inland Quarterly Magazine, Spring, 1962
  26 Article, Expansion program at Inland Lime and Stone, Iron Oracle, June 25, 1966
  27 Article, “Archie and the Shovel”, Inland Magazine, Summer, 1968
  28 Article, “It Takes Precision to Load Giant Boats with Limestone”, Inland Now, April, 1974
  29 Article, “Inland’s Huge New Crushed-Stone Plant Now on Full Production Basis”, Pit and Quarry, January 14, 1931
  30 Article, “Machine Age Contributes Liberally to Efficiency of New Inland Plant”, The Excavating Engineer, December, 1931
  31 Articles, Rock Products, (1932, 1951)
  32 Article, “America’s Largest Controlled Blast”, The Explosives Engineer, May, 1932
  33 Articles, Skilling’s Mining Review, (1955-1973)
  34 Article, “Eight Safe Men”, Steelways, May, 1960
  35 Article, “Rock Dusting”, Wheelwright News, July-August 1965
  36 Article, “Port Inland”, Electric Railways in Michigan, n.d.
  37 Article, “The Saga of Limestone”, no id, n.d.
  38 Article, “Mining Pages of the Past”, no id, n.d.
  39 Article, “History of Manistique”, Manistique Centennial Program, July 1-4, 1960; with Port Inland photos, 1930 and 1960
  40 Article, “Clare Freeland Works in a Man-made Crater a Mile Square and 40 Feet Deep”, no id, n.d.
  41 Newsarticles, Escanaba Daily Press, March 17, 1932, July 22, 1967
  42 Newsarticle, “Limestone Utilized Widely in Industry”, Bay City Times, October 3, 1968
  43 Newsarticles, “Inland Digs Deep for Future”, Upper Peninsula Times, July 22, July 29, 1979
  44 Newsarticles, The Inland Steelmaker, (1961-1974
  45 Photograph, (1), Inland Lime and Stone Company General Office, Manistique, Michigan, n.d. (Negative #5976)
  46 Sketch, Glacial deposits at Gulliver, Michigan, n.d.
  47 Map, (1), Gulliver, Michigan, n.d.
  48 Diagram, Selected spots in Escanaba, Michigan, n.d.
    Series: Inland Coal Company
  49 Diagram, Selected spots in Escanaba, Michigan, n.d.
  50 Press release, Regarding Illinois Coal Deposits, Illinois Information Service, May 7, 1969
  51 Pamphlet, “The Rediscovered Energy Source”, 1974
  52 Various, Coal trains, 1963, n.d.
  53 Typescript, Coal contract negotiations and coal usage statistics, May, 1974
  54 Flowchart, “From Coal to Coke: How Fuel is Baked for a Blast Furnace”, Steelways, n.d.
  55 Article, “Availability of Metallurgical Coal”, Blast Furnace and Steel Plant, December, 1969
  56 Newsarticle, “Begin Rail Coal Unloading On New Plant 2 Conveyor System”, The Inland Steelmaker, December 2, 1960
  57 Newsarticle, “Plant 2 Coal Dumper Beefed Up for Bigger Cars”, The Inland Steelmaker, December 1, 1966
  58 Newsarticles, Coal strikes, March, 1973 and March, 1974

Bishop Mine

  59 Press release, Formation of Bishop Coal Company, December 1, 1961
  60 Newsarticle, “Consolidation Coal, Inland Steel Form Coal Firm”, Wall Street Journal, December 1, 1961

Lancashire Mine

  61 Typescript, Regarding Lancashire coal and Pennsylvania Railroad, June 10, 1974
  62 Press release and memoranda, Lancashire Mine no. 25, August 8-12, 1974
  63 Newsarticles, Lancashire mine, August, 1974
     
40   Sesser and McLeansboro
  1 Booklet, Coal: Energy For Steelmaking, (Sesser and McLeansboro), n.d.
  2 Article, “Add New Iron Ore, Coal Mines, Inland Now, 1/1975
  3 Articles, Opening of McLeansboro mine, no id., n.d.
  4 Newsarticles, “Inland Steel Plans to Work Coal Mine in Southeast Illinois”, Wall Street Journal, October 30, 1974; “Eye ‘78 Startup for 2nd S. Illinois Mine”, The Inland Steelmaker, November 8, 1974
  5 Booklet, “The Inland Coal Mine: Sesser, Illinois”, ca. 1969
  6 Typescript, Pertinent Information Concerning the Inland Mine at Sesser, with plant flow diagram and property map, April, 1967
  7 Typescript, Inland Coal Mine at Sesser, Illinois: Miscellaneous Data, September 12, 1968
  8 Script, Sesser coal processing, January 15, 1969
  9 Typescript, Speech at Annual Meeting of Mt. Vernon Chamber of Commerce by Philip D. Block, Jr., April 3, 1967
  10 Press releases, Sesser Start-up, Wheelwright closing, January 4, 1966, April 3, 1967, July 22, 1968
  11 Periodical, Inland Now, no. 3, 1974
  12 Periodical, Steelways, October, 1968
  13 Article, “Sesser Mine Begins Shipment”, Rail Slitter, August, 1968
  14 Article, “In the South, A Mine Where Coal Stands High”, Inland News, no. 4, 1968
  15 Article, “New Inland Steel Company Coal Mine in Southern Illinois, Skillings Mining Review, November 30, 1968
  16 Article, “Inland Steel’s Sesser Taps Illinois Met-Coal Reserves”, Coal Age, March, 1969
  17 Article, “Inland Steel’s New Southern Illinois Mine”, Coal Mining & Processing, April, 1969
  18 Article, “IC Cuts Cost of Carrying Coal”, Illinois Central Magazine, June, 1969
  19 Article, “Bulk Loading on the Run - 100 Tons Every 90 Seconds!”, Modern Materials Handling, December, 1969
  20 Article, “How About That Big Muddy?”, Philnews, November, 1970
  21 Newsarticle, “Tentative Contract For New Inland Mine”, Southern Illinoisan, February, 1966
  22 Newsarticle, “S. Illinois Coal Mine Nears Start-Up”, The Inland Steelmaker, January 11, 1968
  23 Newsarticle, “1st Train From Inland Mine Puts New Sign on IC Line”, The Inland Steelmaker, July 25, 1968
  24 Newsarticle, “Mine Growth to Up Coal for Coke, Steam”, The Inland Steelmaker, November 12, 1970
  25 Newsarticle, “Sesser Mine Expansion to Add 100 to Payroll”, Southern Illinoisan, April 13, 1971
  26 Mewsarticle, “Sesser in ‘Big Ten’”, The Inland Steelmaker, May 24, 1974
  27 Newsarticle, “Sesser, Illinois . . . Last of the Great ‘Coal Towns’”, St. Louis Globe-Democrat, July 20-21, 1974
  28 Newsarticle, “Inland to Build World’s Largest Coal Silos”, no id., November 3, 1966
  29 Newsarticle, “Shaft Diggers Hit Coal at Inland Mine”, no id., December 1, 1966
  30 Newsarticle, “Inland to Own 2 King-Sized Coal Trains”, no id., February 27, 1968
  31 Newsarticles, “Inland to Open New Coal Mine in S. Illinois”; “Patented Cleaning Process Key to Illinois Coal Plans”, no id., n.d.
  32 Photograph, (1), Chamber of Commerce Welcomes Our County’s Newest Industries, April, 1967
  33 Negatives, (16), Inland Coal Mine at Sesser, December, 1967; negative #276461 made from 35 mm color slides

Wheelwright

  34 Booklet, The Transformation of a Coal Mining Town, n.d.
  35 Product data sheet, Hanna Blue Grass Coal, 1955
  36 Telephone Directory, Wheelwright and Price, Kentucky, ca. 1953
  37 Newsletter, Inland Safety News, December-January, 1942-43; February-March, 1943
  38 Notecards, (4), “Saving in Coal Washing”, radio address, Bituminous Coal Institute, April 6, 1951
  39 Biography, Jack Price, ca. April, 1954
  40 Correspondence (email), With miscellaneous facts about Wheelwright, Account book image from November, 1931; Inland logo image, n.d.
  41 Various, National Register of Historic Places nomination of Wheelwright, 1980
  42 Periodical, Inland News, November, 1951
  43 Periodical, Inland: the Magazine of the Middle West, Spring, 1954
  44 Periodical, Special Hanna Blue Grass Issue, The Consul Dealer, September, 1954, n.d.
  45 Periodicals, Wheelwright News, July, 1959, December, 1959
  46 Periodicals, Mantrip, Fall , 1988, Spring, 1989 (oral history transcriptions)
  47 Articles, “New Mine Cars”, Wheelwright News, July-August, 1957; “Inland Executive Visits Wheelwright, March-April, 1958
  48 Articles, “New Mine Portal Established”, Wheelwright News, Summer, 1958; “New Equipment Developments”, December, 1958
  49 Article, “Coal, from Mine to Mill”, Wheelwright News, July, 1959
  50 Article, “Inland Profile: a Coal Miner in Kentucky, Landon Rowe”, Inland News, July, 1959
  51 Article, “Mechanized Coal Mining”, Wheelwright News, Spring, 1961
  52 Articles, “Recent Equipment Improvements”, “Inland Installs Underground Belt Conveyor”, Wheelwright News, Summer, 1962
  53 Articles, “Excellent Safety Record Continues”, Wheelwright News, Fall, 1962; “Underground Transportation of Coal”, March-April, 1963
  54 Articles, “Buildings and Grounds Department”, Wheelwright News, July-August, 1963; “To All Wheelwright Employees”, July-August 1964 (union problems)
  55 Article, “Air Shooting: the Key to Successful Conventional Operation”, Coal Mining & Processing, August, 1965
  56 Article, “Treasure from the Past”, The Berea Alumnus, Spring, 1990
  57 Article, “Let’s Take a Trip Inside a 33-inch-high Coal Mine”, no id, July, 1958
  58 Newsarticle, “To Know What Makes Wheelwright Tick, You Have to Know About Jack Price”, Courier-Journal, August 27, 1950
  59 Newsarticle, “Sale of Wheelwright (Ky.) Mine Ending 35-Year Coal Partnership”, The Inland Steelmaker, January 13, 1966
  60 Newsarticle, “Company Town Formerly Inland’s Sold: Era Ends”, The Inland Steelmaker, January 26, 1967
  61 Drawings, (2), Coal Cleaning Plant at Price, Kentucky, n.d., 1956
   

Series: Subsidaries and Cooperative Ventures

Chicago Heights

     
41 1 Typescripts, Inland Steel history, 1929-1939
  2 Typescripts, Inland Steel history, 1940-1956
  3 Various, Inland Steel history, 1979, n.d.
  4 Press release, Chicago Heights Star, Anniversary Number, May 15, 1951
  5 Booklet, 75th Anniversary edition of Inland Rail Slitter, October, 1968
  6 Pamphlet, “Welcome to the Chicago Heights Works”, ca. 1955
  6a Newsletter, Inland Rail Slitter, October, 1958
  7 Booklet, New Heights at the Heights, n.d.
  8 Article, “New Heights a the Heights”, Inland: the Magazine of the Midwest, n.d.
  9 Article, “Eminent British Americans” (George Herbert Jones), The British American, April 1, 1933
  10 Excerpt, “The Coming of Inland Steel” from The Calumet Region, by Powell A. Moore, 1959
  11 Newsarticle, “Ryerson Succeeds Block as Chairman of Inland Steel”, Iron Age, May 9, 1940
  12 Newsarticle, “Inland Steel Co. Observes 50th Birthday”, Chicago Heights Star, November, 1943
  13 Newsarticle, “Inland Founded in Chicago Heights”, Chicago Heights Star, 50th Anniversary Edition, 1951
  14 Newsarticle, “Chicago Steel Plant a Virile, Tireless Giant”, Chicago Tribune, November 18, 1951
  15 Newsarticle, “Inland Steel Had Faith in Young Village”, Chicago Heights Star, July 2, 1967
  16 Newsarticle, “1,000 Toast Inland’s 75th at Heights Plant Celebration, The Inland Steelmaker, October 17, 1968
  17 Newsarticle, “Safety is the Keyword at Huge Inland Steel Company Plant”, no id, n.d.
  18 Drawing, Chicago Heights Plant, 1928
  19 Postcard,(1), Inland Steel Co., Chicago Heights, Ill, n.d.
  19a Program, The 50th Anniversary of the Harold Colbert Jones Memorial Community Center, 1967
  19b Book, A Look Into the Past: Chicago Heights and Her Neighbors, n.d.

Ryerson

  20 Booklet, “On the Way to Our Second 125 Years”, (Ryerson), ca. 1967
  21 Typescript, Remarks by Raymond N. Carlen, Stockholder Meeting, April 28, 1971 (Ryerson history)
  22 List, Facts about Joseph T. Ryerson & Son, Inc., February 24, 1984
  23 Booklet, “Inryco Yesterday”, from Inryco Today, 1978
  24 Booklet, “We’re Ready for Defense Work”, Inland Steel Products Company, n.d.

Grotnes Information Portfolio

  25 Typescript, Background Information, Grotnes Machine Works, Inc., July 3, 1969
  26 Typescript, Biography, Sidney M. Katz, June 30, 1969
  27 Press release, July 9, 1969
  28 Leaflet, Announcing acquisition of Grotnes Machine Works, Inc., n.d.
  29 Pamphlets, Grotnes Metalforming News, no. 3, no. 4, 1969
  30 Booklets, Product Bulletins, 201-R, 202-R, 203-R, 301-R, (1967-1968)
  31 Annual Report, Inland Steel Company, 1968
  32 Report, Inland Steel Company First Quarter, 1969
  33 Photograph, (1), Sidney M. Katz, May 10, 1968; negative 78990-2-1a
  34 Photograph, (1), Rolling Line for Heavy Duty Truck Rims, May 10, 1968; negative 78990-3-21
  35 Photograph, (1), Nation’s Largest Pipe Expander, n.d.
  36 Drawings, (8), Grotnes Engineering Designs, (1964-1968)

A.O. Smith Corporation

  37 Press releases, A.O. Smith Corporation, Fall, 1968
  38 Typescripts, Proposed A.O. Smith joint venture, Fall, 1968
  39 Booklet, “Fact Book: AO Smith Corporation, 1968
  40 Articles, “A.O. Smith Unit Unveils Prealloy Steel Powder”, American Metal Market, January 22, 1969; “Forward Look in Plastics”, Chicago Sun Times, February 26, 1969
  41 Article, “AOS, Inland form new company”, AO Smith News, Spring, 1969
  42 Photograph, (1), Annual Stockholder’s Meeting, 1969
  43 Photographs, (2), A. O. Smith, 1968

Other

     
42 1 Typescript, Remarks by Walter O. Wells regarding Inland Steel Urban Development Corporation, April 29, 1970
  2 Transcripts, Media joint venture with Nippon Steel announcements, March 23-26, 1987
  3 Announcements, I/N Tek incentive package, site selection, 1987
  4 Booklet, “Basic Facts about Nippon Steel”, 1990
  5 List, I/N Tek Achievement Records, May 28, 1992
  6 Typescript, Introduction to I/N Kote, ca. 1990
  7 Reprint, “Design, installation and commissioning of I/N Kote”, Iron and Steel Engineer, 1992
  8 Various, I/N Tek and I/N Kote tour guidelines, ca. 1992
  9 Income statement, I/N Tek and I/N Kote integration in ISC Financials, 1997
  10 Booklet, “I/N Tek: Cold-Rolling Mill of the 21st Century”, n.d.
  11 Newsarticles, Regarding joint venture with Nippon Steel, 1987
  12 Booklet, “Enduring Performance: I/N Kote”, n.d.
  13 Brochure, Inland International, 1994
  14 Invitation, Ryerson de Mexico commissioning ceremony, 1994
    Series: Unions
43 1 Various, “The Inland Plan to Acquaint its Employees with the Taft-Hartley Act”, 1947
  1a Booklet, Agreement between Inland Steel Company and United Steelworkers of America, C.I.O., Local Union no. 1010, Local Union no. 64, April 30, 1945
  2 Booklets, Agreement between Inland Steel Company and United Steelworkers of America, Indiana Harbor Works, August 1, 1974; Additions and Deletions, August 1, 1977
  3 Booklets, Agreement between Inland Steel Company and United Steelworkers of America, Indiana Harbor Works, August 1, 1980
  4 Booklet, Agreement between Inland Steel Company and Allied Craftsmen Union Local no. 6 of Indiana, Indiana Harbor, Indiana, June 20, 1978
  5 Booklet, Agreement between Inland Steel Company and Local no. 6 of the Bricklayers and Plasterers International Union, Indiana Harbor, Indiana, October 1, 1968
  6 Booklet, Collective Bargaining Agreement between Inland Steel Container Company and United Steelworkers of America, AFL-CIO Local Union no. 3314, Alsip, Illinois, October 1, 1971
  7 Booklets, Collective Bargaining Agreements between Inland Steel Container Company, Greenville, Ohio and United Steelmakers of America, AFL-CIO, Local Union no. 7620, January, 1, 1971; January, 1, 1973
  8 Booklet, Agreement between Schult Mobile Homes Corporation, Guthrie, Kentucky Plant and Local Lodge no. 2433, District Lodge 155 International Association of Machinists, November 1, 1970
  9 Brochure, Gainsharing, ca. 1987
  10 Leaflet, “Seniority Provisions Update”, Resources for Union Relations, October, 1989
  11 Outline, Inland Steel Company/Local 1010 Joblink 2000 Program, 1990
    Series: Social Groups
44 1 Programs, 1st through 6th Annual Picnics, 1910-1915
  2 Leaflet, ISC Briefs, August, 1982
  3 Booklet, Inland Fifteen Year Club By-Laws, January 8, 1970
  4 Booklet, Inland Steel Twenty-five Year Club, Second Annual Banquet, December 9, 1942
  5-7 Booklets, Inland 25-Year Club Yearbooks, 1976-1981
  8 Booklet, 25-year Club Annual Women’s Outing, October 28, 1978
  9 Booklet, Inland Athletic Association, Activity Report, 1975
  10 Programs, Inland Superintendents’ Club Retirements, 1967, 1976
    Series: Inland Steel-Ryerson Foundation
  11 Pamphlets, Inland Steel-Ryerson Foundation Reports of Contributions, 1983, 1985
    Series: First National Bank of Chicago
  12 Photographs, (3), First National Bank, 1954, 1955, n.d.
  13 Photographs, (2), Last Inland Board Meeting at First National Bank, December, 1957; with proofsheet, (1)
  14 Typescript, Relationship with First National Bank, June 17, 1971
  15 Negatives, (8), First National Bank building, Chicago, n.d.
  16 Photograph, (1), Christmas hall choristers, 1951
  17 Various, First National Bank Plaza, 1973, n.d.
  18 Brochure, “The Story of Chicago Architecture” with map, 1969
    Series: Various
45 1 Minute book, Peninsular Iron & Lumber Company, 1876
  2 Card, Pledging cooperation in war work by B.S. Burrell, June 14, 1918
  3 Book, Tin Plate Ratios, 1934
  4 Book, Lake Superior Iron Ore, 1938
  5 Booklet, Rules for the Government of Calumet Chapter, American Society for Metals, 1943
  6 Advertisement, “Do You Know What the Steel Strike is About?”, US News & World Report, ca. 1949
  7 Book, Lake Superior Iron Ores, Mining Directory and Statistical Record, 1952
  8 Book, Steelmen of the Free World, ca. 1953
  9 Typescript, “Inland Steel Does It Again”, May 7, 1958
  10 Various, Indiana Society of Chicago dinners, 1959, 1981; with photograph, (1), Dinner guests, 1981
     
46 1 Booklet, Michigan’s Upper Peninsula Iron Ore Industry, 1961
  2 Booklet, Iron Ore Today, 1963
  3 Memo, To Joseph L. Block, From David Dillman, Regarding Wilfred Sykes biographical information, June, 1964
  4 Transcription, “Discusses Dunes Bill”, Chicago Report, WMAQ-TV, October 19, 1966
  5 Booklet, Kaiser Engineers Year End Review, 1966
  6 Annual Report, St. Catherine Hospital, 1968
  7 Booklet, ASTM Standard Metric Practice Guide, March 15, 1973
  8 Booklet, Commemorative Dinner, July 17, 1977
  9 Annual Statistical Report, American Iron and Steel Institute, 1979
  10 Annual Statistical Report, American Iron and Steel Institute, 1980
  11 Exhibit Program, Vintage Calumet: Regional Artwork, 1989
  12 Certificate, From US Army Central Command to Inland Steel Company, 1991
  13 Article, “Sleeping Giant: an Exclusive Look at the One-of-a-Kind Lake Boat Edward L. Ryerson”, Great Laker, Summer. 2002
  14 Greeting cards, (2), “Happy Holidays”, n.d.
  15 Various, East Chicago Junior Achievement, n.d.
  16 Articles, Management development scrapbook, 1959-1968
  17 Newspaper articles, Steel Price Increase, April 11-17, 1962
     
    Series: Articles
46a 1 Article, “Inland Steel Co and the Shorter Work Day”, The Iron Age, August 9, 1923
  2 Article, “The Rise of Inland Steel”, Commerce, January, 1936
  3 Article, “The Outstanding Steels: National, Inland”, The Magazine of Wall Street, October 7, 1939
  4 Article, “Inland Steel Observes Fiftieth Anniversary”, Blast Furnace and Steel Plant, December, 1943
  5 Article, “The Story of Inland Steel”, American Metal Market, January 12, 1944
  6 Article, “Inland’s Growth and Achievements Termed Typical of the American Way”, The Iron Age, January 20, 1944
  7 Article, “Recording the Company History” (50th Anniversary Book), Industrial Marketing, February, 1944
  8 Article, “Steel and Iron Industry”, Illinois Business Review, September, 1944
  9 Reprint, “Steel: Report on the War Years”, Fortune, May, 1945
  10 Article, “From Sand Dunes to Steel”, Commerce Magazine, December, 1954
  11 Reprint, “Wage Adjustments in Steel Equal to $285,000,000 Added Payroll in Year”, Steel Facts, June, 1947
  12 Article, “Adequacy of Steel Capacity Explored”, Steel, June 30, 1947
  13 Article, “Building His Second Empire” (Cyrus Eaton), Business Week, March 12, 1955
  14 Article, “An Interview with Joseph L. Block”, U.S. News & World Report, June 7, 1957
  15 Reprint, “Inland Steel Does It Again”, Fortune, July, 1958
  16 Reprint, “Inland Steel Has Superior Record”, Financial World, February 8, 1961
  17 Reprint, “Inland Steel Company in Indiana”, Indiana Business and Industry, March, 1963
  18 Reprint, “Can Inland Steel Stay Ahead?”, Financial World, January 15, 1964
  19 Article, “Inland’s 80-in. Hot Strip Mill”, Iron and Steel Engineer, October, 1966
  20 Reprint, “Inland’s Jaicks - A President’s Eye View of His Company, 33: The Magazine of Metals Producing, October, 1968
  21 Article, “Inland Steel’s New Dimensions”, Commerce, April, 1970
  22 Article, “Can the American Steel Industry Survive?”, Industry Week, June 21, 1971
  23 Article, “Inland: Strong Hand at the Throttle, “, Commerce, October, 1971
  24 Articles, Inland Steel Issue, 33 Magazine, 1974
     
47 1 Article, “That Computer of Yours Need Managing Too”, Iron Age, March 11, 1974
  2 Article, “What Does the Future Hold for the Steel Industry?”, Steel Facts, 1974/3
  3 Reprint, “Expansion - How Jaicks Sees Steel’s Future”, Purchasing World, December, 1974
  4 Article, “Expansion at Inland”, Commerce, February, 1975
  5 Article, “Money - the One Raw Material Steel Lacks”, Iron Age, September 2, 1974
  6 Article, “How Made-in-America Steel Can Survive”, Fortune, February 13, 1978
  7 Articles, Regarding hostile media, Harvard Business Review, March-April, 1978; The Atlantic, n.d.
  8 Reprint, “Inland Steel Forging Rebound in Earnings”, Barron’s, May 29, 1978
  9 Article, “Inland’s ‘future’ at Indiana Harbor is ‘now’”, Iron and Steel Engineer, September, 1978
  10 Article, “Dynamic Chicago”, Forbes, February 12, 1979
  11 Article, “Existing Steel Capacity: Making It Do More”, Iron Age, September 3, 1979
  12 Article, “U.S. Steel Firms Ponder Japanese Annealing”, Iron Age, December 3, 1979
  13 Article, “Survival in the Basic Industries”, Business Week, April 26, 1982
  14 Article, “Smart Fish in a Shrinking Pond”, Forbes, December 30, 1985
  15 Article, “Inland Renews a Commitment to Steel” (I/N Tek), Iron Age, June, 1987
  16 Periodical, Business Month, 95th Anniversary Issue, July/August 1988
  17 Article, “It’s Stainless”, Chicago Tribune Commercial Real Estate, April 3, 1991
  18 Article, “Picking Nickels Off the Floor”, Forbes, October 26, 1992
  19 Article, “A Unique Experiment” by Joseph L. Block (President’s Advisory Committee on Labor-Management Relations), no id, n.d.
  20 Article, “U.S. Must Face Reality, Meet High-Tech Challenge”, American Metal Market, n.d.
  21 Newsarticle, “Youngstown Co. Official Denies Other Mergers”, Chicago Tribune, January 27, 1928
  22 Newsarticle, “Inland Steel Cost $57,000,000", The Economist, February 25, 1928
  23 Newsarticle, “Inland Steel to Train Wives in Workers’ Diets, no id, ca. 1943
  24 Newsarticle, “An ‘American Standard’ Mine” (Wheelwright), Chicago Sunday Tribune, June 9, 1946
  25 Newsarticles, “Inland Steel to Take Plant in E. Chicago”, Chicago Tribune, November 2, 1946; “Inland Steel Takes WAA Plant Offer”, Chicago Sun, November 2, 1946; “Inland Steel Buys Iron, Coke Plant”, Chicago Daily News, November 1, 1946
  26 Newsarticles, “Inland’s ‘No Thanks!’”, Chicago Journal of Commerce, February 1, 1947; “16 Firms To Share in Iron Subsidy”, no id, n.d.
  27 Newsarticle, “Subsidy That Was Refused”, Daily News, May 22, 1947
  28 Newsarticle, “Why Keep a Subsidy Secret?”, no id, May 27, 1947
  29 Newsarticle, “Public Relations of Steel Industry Lacking: Ryerson”, Sun, n.d.; “Steel Ads Planned, no id, n.d.
  30 Newsarticles, “Politics in Mine Inquiry”, no id; “Iron Miners Get Pay Raise”, no id, ca. 1947
  31 Newsarticles, “Record Peacetime Ore Movement Seen”; “Lakes Bulk Fleet Gets Set for Capacity Season”, no id, ca. 1947
  32 Newsarticles, “Inland Steel Man Says Market ‘Surprised’ Him”, New York World-Telegram, May 4, 1947; “Senate Group Told of Forged Steel Orders, New York Sun, May 4, 1947
  33 Newsarticles, “Bethlehem Charges Forged Steel Orders on Stolen Stationery”, Washington, DC Evening Star, June 3, 1947; “Forged Orders for Steel Bared by Senate Quiz, Washington, DC Times-Herald, June 3, 1947
  34 Newsarticles, “Steel Black Market One of War’s Costs”, Chicago Herald-American, June 3, 1947; “‘Gray’ Sales in Steel Called Small”, “Steel Sheet Shortage Due to End in ‘48", Chicago Daily News, June 3, 1947
  35 Newsarticle, “Forged Orders Bared in Senate Steel Injury”, no id, n.d.
  36 Newsarticle, “Corporate Embarrassment”, Washington, DC Daily News, June 4, 1947
  37 Newsarticle, “Depression, Boom or Just Ouija? “, New York World Telegram, Washington, DC Daily News, June 20,1947
  38 Newsarticle, “Management Urged to Inform Workers”, no id, July 1, 1947
  39 Newsarticle, “Riding the Biggest Ore Boat Ever Built”, Chicago Sunday Tribune, December 3, 1950
  40 Newsarticle, “Inland Founded in Chicago Heights”, Chicago Heights Star, July 13, 1951
  41 Newsarticle, “Chicago Steel Plant a Virile, Tireless Giant”, Chicago Tribune, November 18, 1951
  42 Newsarticle, “Why Chicago Mills Outstrip U.S. Rate”, Chicago Daily News, June 2, 1954
  43 Newsarticle,”While Its Competitors Lag, Inland Steel Breaks Output Records”, Wall Street Journal, July 28, 1954
  44 Newsarticle, “Inland Steel Discloses Merger Plan”, Chicago Sun-Times, November 13, 1959
  45 Newsarticle, “Welcome Aboard: 20,000 Tons of Ore” (S.S. Edward L. Ryerson), St. Paul Pioneer Press, October 2, 1960
  46 Newsarticle, “Metals Growth Made Us Arsenal of the Free World”, Chicago’s American, January 30, 1962
  47 Newsarticle, “Steel Upstart”, Wall Street Journal, June 27, 1962
  48 Newsarticle, “Steel Industry: It Looms Large in U.S. Economy”, New York Times, April 21, 1963
  49 Newsarticle, “Block: More Jobs Vital to U.S.”, The Hammond Times, October 2, 1963
  50 Newsarticle, “East Chicago, Indiana . . . From Marshes to Industrial Might”, Wall Street Journal, May 14, 1964
  51 Newsarticle, “Jones Memorial Center - Home of the Helping Hand”, The Star, July 2, 1967
  52 Newsarticle, “Millionaire Cyrus Eaton Spry at 90", Chicago Tribune, December 27, 1973
  53 Newsarticle, “Why Inland is Smelting Like a Rose”, Chicago Daily News, August 1, 1977
  54 Newsarticle, “Inland Steel Bucks the Tide”, The New York Times, June 4, 1978
  55 Newsarticle, “Keeping Inland Steel Profitable”, The Washington Post, August 6, 1978
  56 Newsarticle, “Troubled Steel Finds an Optimist in Inland Chief”, Chicago Tribune, January 21, 1980
  57 Newsarticle, “Plating Steel’s Roots”, The Times, August 16, 1981
  58 Newsarticle, “Inland Firing Overturned”, The Times, February 9, 1982
  59 Newsarticle, “Inland Challenge May Wreck No-Strike Clause”, Post-Tribune, February 13, 1982
  60 Newsarticle, “Inland Crew Balks at Job”, The Times, February 14, 1982
  61 Newsarticle, “Inland Steel’s Salaried Form Association”, The Times, May 7, 1982
  62 Newsarticle, “Inland Posts Huge Loss”, The Times, January 23, 1983
  63 Newsarticles, “Inland Won’t Make Profit”, The Times, May 26, 1983; “Inland to Pay Fine”, The Times, June 16, 1983
  64 Newsarticle, “Jobless Steelworkers to Get Pay”, The Times, June 29, 1983
  65 Newsarticle, “Inland to Decide on Union”, The Times, July 3, 1983
  66 Newsarticle, “U.S., Foreign Steel Execs Disagree on Imports”, The Times, May 11, 1984
  67 Newsarticle, “Gas Pipeline Debate Produces No Decision - Yet”, Post-Tribune, May 15, 1984
  68 Newsarticle, “What Can Go Wrong in Steel Companies”, Post-Tribune,November 5, 1984
  69 Newsarticle, “Inland Quiet on New Project”, The Times, February 19, 1985
  70 Newsarticle, “Inland Chief Foresees Flexibility”, The Times, April 20
  71 Newsarticle, “Inland Steel Turning the Tide”, Chicago Sun-Times, May 18, 1986
  72 Newsarticles, “Bethlehem, Inland Ready with Rust-resistant Steel”;”Inland Workers Think Pact Will Win Approval”, Post-Tribune, June 27, 1986
  73 Newsarticle, “Inland Offers Few Concessions”, The Times, June 29, 1986
  74 Article, “Fighting Trim: Inland Strives to Regain Is Winning Form”, Barron’s, October 18, 1986
  75 Newsarticle, “Steel Braces for Blast of Bad Tidings”, Chicago Tribune, January 4, 1987
  76 Newsarticle, “A Smart Joint Venture in Steel”, Chicago Tribune, March 29, 1987
  77 Newsarticle, “Overcapacity Hobbles Steel Industry”, Chicago Sun-Times, April 23, 1987
  78 Newsarticle, “Government Doesn’t Have Easy Solution to Steelmakers’ Problems, Block Says”, Wall Street Journal, May 21, 1987
  79 Newsarticles, “Steel Executives See Future As Still Bleak, Despite Gains”, Washington Post, May 22, 1987; “Steel Scam” (Editorial), May 25, 1987
  80 Newsarticle, “Steel Looks for Help, Finds Little”, Chicago Tribune, May 26, 1987
  81 Newsarticles, “Mini-mill Rivalry Threat to Tech Growth, Survival”; “Analysts Predict Steel Closures”, American Metal Market, June 25, 1987
  82 Newsarticle, “Inland Chief: Bankruptcy Too Easy”, Post-Tribune, October 1, 1987
  83 Newsarticle, “Inland Steel Toughs it Out, Pulls Off a Gem of Survival”, Chicago Sun-Times, October 14, 1987
  84 Newsarticle, “Harbor Works Reorganizes”, The Times, November 27, 1987
  85 Newsarticle, “Inland Requests Input of Public”, The Times, January 29, 1988
  86 Newsarticle, “Inland Faces $721,000 Fine”, The Times, December 20, 1988
  87 Newsarticle, “EPA Fines Inland”, Post-Tribune, December 20, 1988
  88 Newsarticle, “Inland to Challenge EPA Fine”, The Times, January 10, 1989
  89 Newsarticle, “Inland to Fight EPA Fine”, Post-Tribune, January 11, 1989
  90 Newsarticle, “Inland Pushes Profit Mark”, The Times, January 19, 1989
  91 Newsarticle, “Inland Reports Record Profits”, Post-Tribune, January 20, 1989
  92 Newsarticle, “Government to Tighten Benzene Controls”, The Times, August 31, 1989
  93 Newsarticle, “Steelmakers Hit By Tougher Controls”, The Times, September 1, 1989
  94 Newsarticle, “New Benzene Limits Aim to Cut Industrial Releases by 90 percent”, Post-Tribune, September 1, 1989
  95 Newsarticle, “Inland to Sell Galvanizing Line”, no id, September 7, 1989
  96 Newsarticles, “Inland, Nippon Create New Joint Venture”, Post-Tribune, September 15, 1989; “Inland, Nippon Sign Plant Deal”, The Times, September 13, 1989
  97 Newsarticle, “Inland Backs Off Trade Wage Cuts”, The Times, September 27, 1989
  98 Newsarticle, “Inland Show Industry Can Play Role”, Post-Tribune, September 29, 1989
  99 Newsarticle, “Inland Markets Acid Rain Control System”, The Times, October 9, 1989
  100 Newsarticle, “Inland Steel Flat Division Set to Rebuild Slab Caster Unit”, The Times, October 10, 1989
     
48 1 Newsarticles, “Firms Open to Suggestion”; “Workers’ Ideas Can Pay Off in Big Way at Inland”, Post-Tribune, October 15, 1989
  2 Newsarticles, “Region Firmly Planted in the Hard-Hat Zone”; “Longshoremen Benefit from Cheaper Steel”, The Times, October 15, 1989
  3 Newsarticles, “Inland: Profits Down”, The Times;“Inland to Report Earnings Fall”, Post-Tribune, October 16, 1989
  4 Newsarticles, “Inland Records Drop in Earnings”, The Times; “Inland Quarterly Earnings Down”, Post-Tribune, October 20, 1989
  5 Newsarticles, “Members of the Solidarity union tour Inland’s no. 2 basic oxygen furnace”, The Times, November 9, 1989; “Solidarity on tour”, Post-Tribune, November 9, 1989
  6 Newsarticle, “Changes in Berlin May Mean Rise in Worldwide Steel Needs”, The Times, November 13, 1989
  7 Newsarticles, “Inland to Post Much Lower Profit in Fourth”, The Times, December 7, 1989; “Inland Chief Sees Fourth-Quarter Dip”, Post-Tribune, December 8, 1989
  8 Newsarticle, “Equipment Foundations. . .for a New Pickling Line. . . Joseph T. Ryerson”, Post-Tribune, December 16, 1989
  9 Newsarticles, “Inland Selling 13% Stake to Nippon”, The Times, December 19, 1989; “Inland Official Cites Positive Deal”, Post-Tribune, December 20, 1989
  10 Newsarticle, “Inland’s Profit Plummets”, Post-Tribune,January 19, 1990
  11 Newsarticle, “Area Considered for New Plant”, Post-Tribune, February 13, 1990
  12 Newsarticle, “Inland Restructures to Improve Service”, The Times, February 20, 1990
  13 Newsarticle, “Inland Cutbacks Begin in April”, Post-Tribune, March 6, 1990
  14 Newsarticle, “Inland to Pare Force in Harbor”, The Times, March 13, 1990
  15 Newsarticles, “Joint Venture Ships Its First Steel”, Post-Tribune, March 21, 1990
  16 Newsarticle, “Inland Seeks Construction OK”, The Times, March 24, 1990
  17 Newsarticle, “Can Coke Ovens Be Cleaner?”; “2 Sites Studied for Plant”, Post-Tribune, March 25, 1990
  18 Newsarticle, “Student Mill Workers on Hold”, Post-Tribune, March 30, 1990
  19 Newsarticle, “Expert May Be Hired to Assess Plant”, Post-Tribune, December 14, 1990
  20 Newsarticle, “Marrying for Money Not Love: Steel Firms Unite”, The Times, December 17, 1990
  21 Newsarticles, “Explosion Rocks Region”, The Times; “Loud Blast Was an Accident at Inland”, Post-Tribune, December 18, 1990
  22 Newsarticle, “Inland Gifts to Bring Joy to Troubled Youths”, Post-Tribune, December 22, 1990
  23 Newsarticle, “Dispute Over Plant to Continue”, Post-Tribune, January 2, 1991
  24 Newsarticle, “Inland Posts Overall Loss for ‘90", The Times, January 19, 1991
  25 Newsarticle, “Inland, County Will Meet Over Bond Issue Plan”, The Times, January 22, 1991
  26 Newsarticle, “Inland Steel Stock Drops”, Post-Tribune, January 25, 1991
  27 Newsarticles, “Inland’s 28-inch Mill Finishes Last Order”, The Times; “Inland Steel Mill Closing Next Month”, Post-Tribune, January 30, 1991
  28 Newsarticle, “Inland, EPA Trying to Settle Out of Court”, The Times, February 20, 1991
  29 Newsarticle, “Inland Cuts 160 Jobs at Harbor”, Post-Tribune, February 26, 1991
  30 Newsarticles, “Low Orders Blamed for Shutdown”, The Times, February 17, 1991; “Weak Orders, Weeklong Shutdown”, The Times, February 28, 1991
  31 Newsarticles, “630 Laid Off for a week at Inland”; “Inland Will Lay Off 500 Soon”, The Times, March 1, 1991
  32 Newsarticles, “Economist: Layoffs Mark Recession”, The Times, March 2, 1991
  33 Newsarticle, “Inland CEO Predicts Slow Recovery”, The Times, March 9, 1991
  34 Newsarticles, “Reward Offered for Stolen Equipment”, Post-Tribune, March 12, 1991; “Inland Offers $1,000 Reward in Computer Theft”, The Times, n.d.
  35 Newsarticle, “Steel Mill Employment at 4-Year Low”, Post-Tribune, March 15, 1991
  36 Newsarticle, “Steel Firms Seek Ways to Clean Up Emissions”; “The Process of Making Steel”, The Times, March 18, 1991
  37 Newsarticle, “Inland Head Calm about 1990 Loss”, The Times, March 20, 1991
  38 Newsarticles, “Corso Leaves Key Job at Inland Steel”, Post-Tribune, March 21, 1991; “Corso Resigns as Officer at Inland Steel”, The Times, March 21, 1991
  39 Newsarticle, “Inland Steel Shareholder Files Lawsuit”, The Times, April 2, 1991
  40 Newsarticles, “Inland Posts $40 Million Loss”, The Times, April 19, 1991; “Inland Steel Announces Big Losses”, Post-Tribune, April 19, 1991
  41 Newsarticle, “Inland Steel to Skip Dividend”, Post-Tribune, April 25, 1991;”I/N Tek More of a Drain Than Expected”, “Inland to Skip Quarterly Dividend”, The Times, April 25, 1991
  42 Newsarticles, “Inland Reorganizes to Recapture Black Ink”, The Times, May 10, 1991; “Inland Steel Co. Offers Retirements in Reduction Plan”, Post-Tribune, May 10, 1991
  43 Newsarticle, “Company Plans to Use Inland’s Leftovers for Fertilizer”, The Times, May 14, 1991
  44 Newsarticle, “Inland Gives Scholarships to Area Seniors”, The Times, May 27, 1991
  45 Newsarticle, “‘Give While You Live’ Spirit Forges Ryerson’s Ties to City”, Chicago Tribune, June 14, 1992
  46 Newsarticle, “Dispute May Delay Contracts”, The Times, September 23, 1992
  47 Newsarticles, “Inland, USW Step Up Talks”, The Times, April 3, 1993; “Inland and Union End Talks”, Post-Tribune, May 4, 1993
  48 Newsarticle, “Inland Reports Smaller Loss for First Quarter”, Post-Tribune, April 23, 1993
  49 Newsarticles, “Shore Plan is No Sure Plan”, Post-Tribune, May 3, 1993; “Public Blasts Inland Steel’s Lakefill”, Post-Tribune, May 5, 1993
  50 Newsarticle, “Workers Honored for Innovation”, Post-Tribune, May 19, 1993
  51 Newsarticle, “Inland Cuts Toxic Pollution But Still Leads State”, Post-Tribune, May 26, 1993
  52 Newsarticles, “Inland Forging Ahead”, The Times, May 27, 1993; “Smaller Loss Pleases Inland”, Post-Tribune, July 20, 1993
  53 Newsarticle, “Mill Setting Provides On-the-job Lessons”, Post-Tribune, June 29, 1993
  54 Newsarticle, “Inland Awaits Go-ahead to Resume Dumping Slag”, Post-Tribune, July 22, 1993
  55 Newsarticle, “Inland Bar Co. Reorganized”, Post-Tribune, August 8, 1993
  56 Newsarticle, Inland Secures Salaried Jobs”, The Times, August 27, 1993
  57 Newsarticle, “Inland Hails Role Played by Hispanics”, The Times, October 1, 1993
  58 Newsarticle, “Inland to Recycle Wastes”, The Times, October 13, 1993
  59 Newsarticles, “Inland Cuts Emissions”, The Times; “Inland Steel is Cleaning Up Its Act”, Post-Tribune, October 15, 1993
  60 Newsarticles, “Inland Steel Reports First Profit in 3 Years”, The Times; “Inland Coke Plant Closing is an Option”, Post-Tribune, October 21, 1993
  61 Newsarticles, “Coke Plant to Shut Down in December”, Post-Tribune; “Inland Cuts 499 Jobs”, The Times, October 26, 1993
  62 Newsarticles, “Inland Voting is Today”, The Times, November 4, 1993; “USW Accepts $3.6M Package”, Post-Tribune; “Workers Approve Increased Benefits”, The Times, November 5, 1993
  63 Newsarticles, “Retraining Program for Inland Employees Extended”, Post-Tribune, December 3, 1993; “Inland Debuts Product”, The Times, December 16, 1993
  64 Newsarticles, “State May Allow Slag Dumping by Inland”, The Times, December 23, 1993; “Inland Dumping Restricted”, The Times, December 30, 1993; “State Oks Inland Lakefill Plan”, Post-Tribune, December 30, 1993
  65 Newsarticle, “Man, 41, Dead in Inland Accident”, Post-Tribune, December 31, 1993
  66 Newsarticles, “Inland Steel Will Retire $75.1 Million in Debt”, The Times, January 5, 1994; “Inland Posts $36 Million Loss”, Post-Tribune, January 20, 1994; “Inland Ends Year in Red”, The Times, January 20, 1994
  67 Newsarticle, “Both Sides Appeal Inland Permit”, Post-Tribune, January 19, 1994
  68 Newsarticles, “Gas Leak Kills One”, Post-Tribune; “Inland Worker Killed By Gas”, The Times, January 21, 1994
  69 Newsarticle, “Inland Boosting Its Reach Into the Global Markets”, The Times, January 28, 1994
  70 Newsarticle, “1913 Mill Enters 21st Century”, Post-Tribune, February 6, 1994
  71 Newsarticle, “Major Advances for Steel”, The Times, March 6, 1994
  72 Newsarticle, “Crack in Inland Nest Eggs”, The Times, March 13, 1994
  73 Newsarticle, “Suit Against Inland May Expand Pregnancy Rights”, The Times, March 30, 1994
  74 Newsarticles, “Inland Remains State’s Leading Polluter”, “Inland Posts Profit for Quarter”, Post-Tribune, April 20, 1994
  75 Newsarticle, “Ex-Inland Workers to Get Aid”, The Times, April 21, 1994
  76 Newsarticles, Diversity at Inland, Chicago Tribune, September 3-5, 1995
  77 Newsarticle, “Inland Puts Dinosaur Out to Pasture”, Vidette-Times, December 28, 1995
  78 Newsarticle, “Last Piece of Floor Plate Rolls Off as Inland’s 100-inch Steel Mill Shuts Down for Good”, The Times, January 21, 1996
  79 Newsarticle, “Inland Learns to Think Globally”, Post-Tribune, June 2, 1996
  80 Newsarticles, Inland Sale to Ispat, March, 1998
  81 Newsarticle, “Steel Jobs Attract Flood of Applicants”, The Times, January 20, 1999
  82 Newsarticle, “Ispat Study Considers Blast Furnace No. 8", Vidette-Times, March 5, 1999
  83 Newsarticle, “Ispat Lost $126 Million in 2001", The Times, March 27, 2002
  84 Newsarticle, “Historic Blast Furnaces A and B Implode in Seconds at Ispat Inland”, Post-Tribune, May 24, 2004
  85 Newsarticles, Ispat, ISG, Mittal Merger, October 26, 2004
  86 Newsarticle, “Steelmakers Ask U.S. Aid”, Post-Tribune, n.d.
  87 Newsarticle, “Inland Steel Earnings Up”, The Times, n.d.
  88 Newsarticle, “Working It Out: Employers are Seeking to Bridge the ‘Trust Gap’”, Chicago Tribune, n.d.
     
    Series: Oversized
49 1 Poster, 6th Annual Employee Picnic, 1915
  2 Newsletter, The Inland Steelmaker, Special Issue, March 24, 1987
  3 Newsletters, Inland Rail Slitter, August, 1963, August, 1968
  4 Newsletter, AFCO Angle, (1990-1993)
  5 Advertisements, (2), Inland salesmen, n.d.
  6 Advertisements, (3), Centralized operations, Order tracking, Customer orientation, n.d.
  7 Advertisement, “Inland Steel Company Chooses Haulpak Trucks”, ca. 1962
  8 Narrative with map, History of Caland Ore Company Ltd., 1957
  9 Report, Wabush Mines Project, 1964
  10 Diagram, Caland Ore Company plant, September, 1957
  11 Maps, (2), Caland Project, July, 1955, August, 1957
  12 Booklet, “Limestone for the Great Lakes Region”, 1938
  13 Reprint, “The Story of Inland Lime and Stone Company”, Inland News, October, 1947
  14 Booklet, “At the Hub of the Lakes: Inland Lime and Stone Company”, n.d.
  15 Reprint, “The Story of Inland’s Bulk Freighters”, Inland News, August, 1947
  16 Diagram, Inland Steel Flat Products Company, no. 4 BOF Steelmaking Process, ca. 1990
  17 Diagrams, (4), I/N Kote Project Shield, 1990
  18 Blueprint, Inland Subdivision to East Chicago, n.d.
  19 Reprint, “Location Helps Inland Steel Become Largest Independent Producer in Central West”, The East Chicagoan, December, 1930
  20 Article, “What Is a Steel Price?”, Fortune, October, 1938
  21 Article, “S.S. Wilfred Sykes”, Maritime Reporter, August 1, 1949
  22 Article, “Inland Steel Does It Again”, Fortune, July, 1958
  23 Article, “New Producer on Steep Rock Range”, The Northern Miner, May 20, 1960
  24 Article, “Edward L. Ryerson”, Steel Horizons, 2nd quarter, 1962
  25 Article, “Opening of Gigantic Wabush Mining Complex Marks Milestone in Canada’s Economic Development”, Stelco Flashes, 7,8/1965
  26 Reprint, “Adjusting to Change with New Partners”, The Washington Post, December 11, 1989
  27 Map, Quebec North Shore & Labrador Railway, n.d.
  28 Map, Indicating routes from East Chicago, Indiana to Wheelwright, Kentucky, n.d.
     
50   The Inland Steelmaker
Bicentennial issue, July 2, 1976
V.35, no. 3, January 20, 1989
Centennial issue, October 29, 1993

“Iron for Tomorrow”, special section, Duluth News-Tribune, August 16, 1953
“Inland to Spend $50 Million”, The Antikokan Progress, February 26, 1953
Special Inland Lime & Stone section, Escanaba Daily Press, November 14, 1955
“Newfoundland: Tomorrow’s Steel and Industrial Empire”, The New York Times, December 3, 1961
“Inland Steel You Are Welcomed!”, The Times-Leader (McLeansboro, Illinois), May 15, 1975
“Gold, Silver and Copper Mining Prospects in North Wisconsin”, The Daily Press, Ashland, Wisconsin, October 29, 1976

    Oversized in Largest Auxiliary Storage Map Case (in CRA)
Drawer 1   Poster, Advertising Steel From Inland film, n.d.
Excerpt, “The Wabush Project”, Ship-Shore News, September, 1967
Brochure, “Iron Mining Today”, American Iron Ore Association, n.d.
Drawer 2  

Map, Labrador Newfoundland, 1947
Map, Inland Steel Company General Property Map, Wheelright, Kentucky, January 1, 1951
Map, Falls Bay drill holes, March 15, 1953

Drawer 3   Map, Inland Lime and Stone Company Property Map, March 7, 1955
Map, Ashuanipi N.W. 52/68, Quebec-Newfoundland, topographic map, aeronautical edition, January, 1960
Diagram, Scheme of radio-telephone train control, Port Inland to quarries, n.d.
Map, Indiana Harbor, Indiana, ca. 1907(?)
Blueprint, Proposed plant layout, Inland Steel Company, Jefferson County, Illinois (Sesser I and II), 1967
     
   

Note: The folowing drawings are housed in the Indiana State Archives, Indianapolis, Indiana:

Inland Steel Company
Sec. Of State Incorporation #326-14
Inventory of Drawings

 

Date of Drawing   Drawing
April 19, 1907   Proposed Harbor
December 1907   Description of Filled Area
December 11, 1908   Description of Filled Area
April 6, 1908   Plat Shore and Harbor
December 1909   Description of Filled Area
December 1910   Description of Filled Area
December 1910   Description of Filled Area
December 1910   Description of Filled Area
December 11, 1908   Description of Filled Area
December 1912   Plat of Made Land
December 1912   Plat of Made Land
December 1912   Plat of Made Land
December 1912   Plat of Made Land
December 1914   Plat of Made Land
December 1915   Plat of Made Land
July 26, 1916   Plant #2 & Harbor Entrance
December 1916   Plat of Made Land
Location:  

 

Stored Flat in R Map Cabinet 7, Drawer 2

 

    BL: Blue Line BP: Blue Print TR: Tracing

Subject Tracings