Beyond Steel

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  1. View of Bethlehem, Pa.
    View of Broad Street Bridge and residential area looking west, Bethlehem, Pa.
    Black and white Postcard. 1901-07?
  2. History: Lehigh County Agricultural Society - 1902
    "This History of the Lehigh County Agricultural Society was compiled from information furnished by the old records and minutes of the Society and the personal recollections of some of its members. Though it was deemed best to omit some of the minor incidents connected with the existence of the Society, it is believed that the following pages constitute a chronicle of the most important and interesting facts involved in the Society's past."
    54 p. incl. ports. 23 cm. 1902
  3. 4th Ave. Hotel, Bethlehem, Pa.
    View of 4th Ave. Hotel with several men standing in front, Bethlehem, Pa.
    Black and white Postcard. 1904-1918?
  4. Broad St. Bridge, Bethlehem, Pa.
    View of construction of Broad Street Bridge showing extensive scaffolding under arches and railroad tracks in foreground, Bethlehem, Pa.
    Black and white Postcard. 1904-18?
  5. Building, Market Street, Bethlehem, Pa.
    Three-quarter view of a building located at 218 E. Market St., Bethlehem, Pa.
    Black and white Postcard. 1904-1918?
  6. Item 2301-2306: 5 Drafts of Freemansburg Borough, Surveyed in 1856, Traced ...
    Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company Records

    This collection of maps shows drafts detailing the Freemansburg Borough and its boundaries beginning on the island opposite the Mouth of Nancy's Run with a course of North 37 degrees West to a point on the towpath of the Lehigh Canal thence down said towpath 52 perches to a point South 84 and a half degress W 25 and a half to William Gwinner's Corner. Courses and distances for the towpaths are shown on the title page and were surveyed by J. H. Boyer in 1856. Boundaries of boroughs are also shown south to a point in the middle of the Lehigh River - thence down said river to the place of the beginning. The elevations of benches are shown on the title page to be 25.38 for the door sill of Jacob Freeman's dwelling house, 26.92 for the door sill of the Southeast corner of Main and Jackson Streets, 19.64 for the door sill of the Southeast corner of Main and Madison Streets, and 13.46 for the door sill of Geisinger's Hotel. This collection was traced by Charles F. Chidsey Jr. in August, 1904 in Northampton County under record number 27.
    5 maps ; 48 x 42 cm. 1904
  7. Items 6100-6216: Set of 117 Maps, Including Some Prepared Showing Propertie...
    Lehigh Coal and Navigation Company Records

    This compound object contains 117 maps detailing the length of the Lehigh River from Easton to White Haven, and also Luzerne County. The maps primarily contain information about property surveys and property owners alongside the Lehigh river and lehigh Canal. This compound object contains 117 maps of properties, towns, and townships along the Lehigh River. Maps contain surveying information on local landowners, businesses, and companies as well as purchasing and acquisition records of many of these surveyed lands. The spatial coverage of the maps starts at Easton and ends at Wilkes-Barre.
    117 maps ; 81 x 56 cm. 1904
  8. Lehigh Valley Railroad as seen from the train
    Issued by the Passenger Department of the Lehigh Valley Railroad Company, this brochure provides a detailed look at the cities, towns and scenery along the Lehigh Valley Railroad line. Its aim was to provide passengers with a general understanding of the areas in which the Railroad line passed. This brochure includes facts such as population, major industries, and well-known landmarks and attractions for the cities and towns mentioned. The Bethlehem Steel Company is highlighted in this brochure under the section on "West Bethlehem."
    46 columns : ill. ; 20 x 21 cm. folded to 20 x 11 cm. 1904
  9. Man with Horse and Wagon near Bethlehem, Pa.?
    Man posing with with horse and wagon advertising "Great London 22 South Main St. Bethlehem," Bethlehem, Pa.?
    Black and white Postcard. 1904-1918?
  10. Men standing on steps of Western Union office
    View of four men standing on steps of Western Union office and one man looking out window (telegrapher?) with bicycle in foreground. Sign on building: "These buildings will be altered to suit tenants. Apply Aaron Potruch, Market St. & 10 Ave., Bethlehem, Pa."
    Black and white Postcard. 1904-18?
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