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Name Metal Industry

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Image of BGE.168.E - Print, Photographic

BGE.168.E - Print, Photographic

View of a worker supervising steel manufacturing at the Eastern Stainless Steel Corporation.

Image of BGE.168.ZZ - Print, Photographic

BGE.168.ZZ - Print, Photographic

View of workers operating a machine at the Eastern Stainless Steel Corporation.

Image of BGE.257.P - Print, Photographic

BGE.257.P - Print, Photographic

View of workers welding during the construction of Harundale Mall.

Image of BGE.284.Q - Print, Photographic

BGE.284.Q - Print, Photographic

View of a worker welding during the construction of the new Hutzler Brothers Building.

Image of BGE.284.R - Print, Photographic

BGE.284.R - Print, Photographic

View of the construction of the new Hutzler Brothers Building. built by the Dietrich Brothers Company, Incorporated.

Image of BGE.293.A - Print, Photographic

BGE.293.A - Print, Photographic

View of a worker at the Inland Steel Company.

Image of BGE.297.B - Print, Photographic

BGE.297.B - Print, Photographic

Interior view of the James Robertson Lead Company.

Image of BGE.302.D - Print, Photographic

BGE.302.D - Print, Photographic

View of workers at the Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation.

Image of BGE.302.G - Print, Photographic

BGE.302.G - Print, Photographic

View of a worker shoveling material into the furnace at the Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation.

Image of BGE.302.L - Print, Photographic

BGE.302.L - Print, Photographic

View of workers at the Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation. Back of the print reads, "Part of the magnesium melt shop. This view was taken before all the furnaces were completed in order to show the construction of all the gas and electric units. To the right is the row of gas furnaces in which magnesium is melted. To the left of each melting furnace is its companion electrically heated holding furnace. There are six furnaces of each type in this shop. Molten magnesium is transferred by pumping from melting t holding furnaces, and from the latter to the ingot molds."

Image of BGE.302.O - Print, Photographic

BGE.302.O - Print, Photographic

View of workers operating machinery manufactured by Schloemann at the Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation.

Image of BGE.302.W - Print, Photographic

BGE.302.W - Print, Photographic

View of a woman operating a Yale electric truck at the Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation in Halethorpe, MD. Truck is loaded with magnesium billets.

Image of BGE.302.Z - Print, Photographic

BGE.302.Z - Print, Photographic

View of a worker loading aluminum scrap into a furnace to be syphoned off into small molds at the Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation.

Image of BGE.302.AA - Print, Photographic

BGE.302.AA - Print, Photographic

View of workers casting aluminum ingots at the Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation. Back of the print reads, "Casting Aluminum Ingots: The pot is portable and equipped with a removable lid having 75KW in radiant heat to maintain temperature of metal during holding period between melting and casting. The method of casting is novel . . . modern . . . utilizes water-cooled apparatus turning out an 8-foot ingot with a mold of about 12 inches. Four ingots are cast at a time, the molds having bottoms that lower as ingot increases in length. Accuracy of temperature, close coordination of metal pouring and water flow are essential to chill the outer surface of casting so that it forms a co

Image of BGE.305.O - Print, Photographic

BGE.305.O - Print, Photographic

View of a worker operating a furnace at the Kennecott Copper Company.

Image of BGE.305.P - Print, Photographic

BGE.305.P - Print, Photographic

View of a worker pouring molten copper at the Kennecott Copper Company.

Image of BGE.305.EE - Print, Photographic

BGE.305.EE - Print, Photographic

View of engineers at the Kennecott Copper Company.

Image of BGE.310.A - Print, Photographic

BGE.310.A - Print, Photographic

Interior view of the Koppers Company Plant at Bush and Hamburg Streets.

Image of BGE.310.F - Print, Photographic

BGE.310.F - Print, Photographic

Interior view of workers smelting metal at the Koppers Company Plant at Bush and Hamburg Streets.

Image of BGE.310.Z - Print, Photographic

BGE.310.Z - Print, Photographic

Interior view of a worker at the Koppers Company Plant at Bush and Hamburg Streets.

Image of BGE.310.OOO - Print, Photographic

BGE.310.OOO - Print, Photographic

Interior view of a worker pouring metal at the Koppers Company Plant at Bush and Hamburg Streets.