Summary Information
Title: Records of the Westinghouse Electric Corporation,
Collection Number: MSS #424
Creator: Westinghouse Electric Corporation
Collection Dates: 1865-2000
Extent: 100.5 linear feet (222 boxes)
Abstract:
This collection contains information on a broad spectrum of activities conducted by the Westinghouse Electric Corporation including employees, facilities, research, and products. Most of the papers pertain to people and activities in the western Pennsylvania area from 1945 to 1998.

Language:

The material in this collection is in English.

Repository:

Historical Society of Western pennsylvania
Senator John Heinz History Center
1212 Smallman Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
412-454-6364
library@hswp.org
http://www.heinzhistorycenter.org/libraryArchives.aspx

Sponsor:

Funding for this project was made available by Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission through the Archives and Records Management program.
Date Published:

June, 2006
Author:

The guide to this collection was written by Cassandra Nespor
Encoder:

Encoded by Cassandra Pyle on June 22, 2006 from an existing finding aid.

Biographical History of George Westinghouse (1846-1914)

Administrative History of the Westinghouse Electric Corporation

The Westinghouse Electric Company was founded in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1886 by George Westinghouse Jr. George’s father, George Westinghouse Sr., owned a machine shop in upstate New York that manufactured agricultural equipment, mill machinery, and small steam engines. George Sr. married Emaline Vedder in 1830 and they resided in Central Bridge, Schoharie County, New York. George Jr. was born there on Oct. 6, 1846, the eighth of ten children. In 1856 the family moved to Schenectady, New York where George attended school. When George was 14, he began working in his fathers business after school. He and his father had negotiated a starting wage, but his father gave him opportunities for a raises based on the work he produced. He had a mind inclined to inventing at an early age and at 15 had produced a small rotary engine.

The Civil War began and George enlisted in the Army in 1863. He served in the Infantry and Calvary from 1863 to 1864 and later joined the Navy as an assistant engineer from 1864 to 1865. After the war he attended Union College in Schenectady, New York. However, his college experience lasted only four months because he was not interested in foreign languages and English rhetoric and always had his mind on one invention or another.

He returned to work at the family business and his rotary engine. In 1865 he received his first patent for his work on this engine. When he was restless in Schenectady, his father would send him on short business trips. In 1866 George was riding a train for one of these trips when a two car derailment ahead of his train led to a two hour wait for the passengers. Watching the railroad men work on the derailed train, George thought of a better way to put the cars back on the tracks. At home he worked out his ideas, but his father was unwilling to loan him money for an invention outside the threshing industry. Only 20 years old, George found help from two local businessmen and was soon selling his car-replacers and reversible steel frogs (a railroad track switching mechanism). Two years later, when business was slow, the two businessmen decided to end their partnership with George. He decided to travel to Pittsburgh where he had heard about a new foundry that could produce the steel for his railroad frogs cheaper than the mills in New York.

He soon had a contract with Anderson and Cook to manufacture his equipment. He had also met the young Pittsburgh entrepreneur Ralph Baggaley, and the two of them formed a partnership to develop George’s next invention- the airbrake. The air brake was finally tested in 1868 and became the basis for the founding of the Westinghouse Air Brake Company in 1869. His work to improve railroad signaling devices led to the founding of Union Switch and Signal in 1881. Overall, his inventions would lead to 361 patents and 61 companies.

George married Marguerite Erskine Walker from Roxbury, NY. on August 8, 1867. Although George and his wife moved to Pittsburgh in 1868, it was not until 1871 that they bought the home referred to as “Solitude” in the Homewood vicinity of Pittsburgh. They also maintained a summer home called “Erskine Park” in Lenox, M.A., and a winter home in Washington, D.C. George Jr. died on March 12, 1914 and Marguerite died a few months later on June 23. They are both buried in Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C.

The couple had one son, George Westinghouse III, who was born on May 20, 1883. George III was educated at Yale and later married Evelyn Violet Brocklebank in Cumberland England in 1909. He worked for Westinghouse Air Brake in Wilmerding briefly, and then moved to Vancouver Island, British Columbia. His wife Evelyn died in 1943. He died in 1962. They had 6 children (3 boys and 3 girls). They named one son George Thomas Westinghouse (born in 1911 in Pittsburgh). Another namesake is a great-grandson George Westinghouse IV. He was born on June 1, 1947 and lives in Atlanta, Georgia.

The Westinghouse Electric Company was started in 1886 with a workforce of 200 men in a small plant in Garrison Alley, Pittsburgh, PA. The name was changed to Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company in 1889 and to Westinghouse Electric Corporation in 1946.

The Company was founded to build electrical equipment for a new type of distribution system that George Westinghouse modeled after the distribution system for natural gas. With men such as William Stanley and Nikola Tesla as employees, the Westinghouse Electric Company produced many new types of commercial and industrial equipment for the generation, transmission, and application of electricity. Their early equipment included the first transformer in the U.S., generating stations, meters, motors, and transmission lines.

Although the Company produced both direct and alternating current machines, George Westinghouse became an early proponent of alternating current and was eager to prove its advantages over the direct current system. In 1891 the company built the first high voltage transmission line in California. In 1893 Westinghouse won the contract to provide incandescent lights for the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago. The display that the Company produced was considered to be the greatest display of incandescent lighting at the time in the world. The Fair not only helped publicize the Westinghouse name, it also proved the safety of the new Alternating Current method to the public.

The Company grew and in 1895 moved to East Pittsburgh to expand its facilities. The new plant comprised over two million square feet on forty acres of land. In 1900 they produced the first steam generator for the Hartford Electric and Light Company. By 1915 the Westinghouse Electric International Company was established to distribute its products world-wide.

During the first half of the 20th century, Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company had a period of rapid growth and diversity of products. Among the new additions were household appliances, broadcasting, nuclear power, defense contracts, and transportation equipment. Major Westinghouse developments in these fields follow.

Transportation- Westinghouse electrified the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad in 1906. The Company invented the first automatic electric substations for railroads in 1917. Westinghouse also produced many powerful electric locomotives, including the first diesel-electric locomotive rail car in the U.S. in1929. Westinghouse was also famous for producing people-movers, elevators, and subway equipment.

Appliances- The Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company produced the first electric range in 1917. The electric clothes iron, coffee percolator, and waffle iron soon followed. In 1934 it opened the first all-electric home- the “Electric Home of Tomorrow”- in Mansfield, OH. Its first home Air Conditioning units were sold in 1937. Westinghouse produced home appliances until 1972, when the Major Appliance Division was sold.

Broadcasting- The first commercially licensed radio station was developed by Westinghouse engineers in 1920. Called KDKA, it’s first broadcast was the Harding-Cox election results. Westinghouse engineers also developed the first all-electric television cathode ray tube from 1929-1931. A precursor to satellite television, Westinghouse introduced Stratovision in 1945. Westinghouse broadcasting grew to include 11 radio stations and five television stations around the country.

Nuclear- The first industrial machine of its kind, the Atom Smasher was erected at the Westinghouse Research and Development Center in 1937. By 1941 Westinghouse was producing pure uranium. On December 10, 1948 Westinghouse won a contract from the Navy and the Department of Energy to develop, design, construct, test, and operate a land-based prototype of a water-cooled reactor power plant suitable for marine propulsion. It was called the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program. The Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory was established as a government-owned, contract operated facility for this purpose in 1949. The engine and propulsion equipment for the first nuclear powered submarine, the Nautilus, were built by Westinghouse Bettis and launched in 1954. Three years later, Westinghouse Nuclear Power Division adapted this technology for commercial uses and built the generating plant for the first commercial-scale nuclear power facility in Shippingport, PA. In 1961 Westinghouse Astronuclear Laboratory was awarded a government contract to design and build a Nuclear Engine for Rocket Vehicle Application. The Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory was sold to Bechtel Bettis Inc. in 1999.

Defense- Westinghouse Defense contracts range from helmet liners to nuclear propulsion equipment for spacecraft, but most of the contracts dealt with radar, electric systems, and nuclear technology. During World War II, the Company received production awards for its contributions to the war effort.

Electronics- ANACOM, a general-purpose analog computer was developed in 1948. Westinghouse engineers also developed molecular electronics in 1959.

Fueling these developments was an active Research and Development Laboratory. In 1895 it started as three rooms called the “electrical laboratory.” When the company moved to East Pittsburgh in 1895, each department had its own research laboratory. All research was combined in 1904 as a distinct research department. In 1910 the first building specifically for research was erected at the East Pittsburgh plant. In 1916, the research department moved to a newly built laboratory in Forest Hills, PA. In 1955, the research center moved to a new laboratory in Churchill, PA. The Churchill laboratory added two more buildings and eventually became the Research and Development Center. This site would be the final site for research at Westinghouse and by 1974 would come to include eight major buildings, including a cafeteria, auditorium, and library. The Research and Development Center was also called the Science and Technology Center.

During the 1960s and early 1970s, Westinghouse Electric Corp. continued to expand their business into a more diversified conglomerate by adding financial and real estate services to the company name. At its peak, there were 135 divisions within Westinghouse Electric. Financial troubles led the company to sell some of these divisions over the next ten years and in 1987 the company was restructured into 23 business units. However in the early 1990s there were more financial problems with real estate investments and the Westinghouse Credit Corporation. Despite these problems Westinghouse Electric bought CBS in 1995. Two years later, on December 1, 1997, the company changed its name to CBS and relocated to New York. Under CBS the three businesses that stayed in Pittsburgh were called Westinghouse Electric Company or WELCO. They comprised of non-nuclear energy systems, government operations, and process control.


Collection Scope and Content Note

Series I: Administrative

The Administrative series is arranged alphabetically by department or topical folder heading. It contains administrative information (such as annual reports, financial and management information) and department records (such as the Sales and Graphics departments). (Note: Records of the Education Department are found in the Education series (series 2) due to their size.) There are also several folders of newspaper and magazine articles which discuss Westinghouse Electric Corporation in general or from a management viewpoint. This series also contains the records of subsidiary companies that Westinghouse operated of a service (rather than product) nature, i.e. Westinghouse Broadcasting Company and Westinghouse Credit Bureau.

A large group of records in this series pertain to radio broadcasting. These materials contain three interesting groups of documents. The first group is a collection of correspondence between Westinghouse radio stations about materials, employees, equipment, finances, and contracts. Most of these letters date from the early 1930s. The correspondence also contains topical groups such as letters from Horace Lahnes, a lawyer in Washington, D.C. who helped Westinghouse with the Federal Radio Commission, and the Transmitter Tube Committee. When Westinghouse established shortwave stations for international broadcasting in the early 1940s, many listeners wrote to the stations in Pittsburgh and Boston. These letters were labeled “Mail Bag” and come from listeners in places such as South America, Cuba, Australia, Africa, and Alaska.

The second group of materials under Radio Broadcasting is a set of scripts from a radio show by Ted Malone in 1946. As part of the celebration of what would be George Westinghouse, Jr.’s 100th birthday, he broadcast interviews with Westinghouse employees from various plants. Lastly, the “Musical Americana” folder contains advertisements, programs, and tickets from KDKA’s recordings of the “musical program in appreciation of Things American.”

Series II: Education

The Education series has been arranged alphabetically by topical folder headings. The majority of the materials in this series pertain to the continuing education programs and services provided by the Westinghouse Electric Corporation to its employees, but some of the material in this series was produced by Westinghouse for the education and benefit of the public.

The Annual Reports were produced by the Education Department of Westinghouse Electric. The Extension Course materials were used during new employee orientation. The Graduate Lists in this series document the names of graduates from all training programs- from technical to management courses. The Style Guides are materials that were produced by the Company to assist employees with business writing and presentations. The Westinghouse Club/ Educational Center was organized in 1904 to “contribute to the social, educational, and physical interests” of all Westinghouse employees. The Westinghouse Technical Night School provided technical training to anyone who needed “training opportunities.” The Scrapbook contained in this series is a collection of news clippings and photographs pertaining to the activities of the Westinghouse apprentices, mostly their sports teams, from 1936 to 1952.

Series III: Employees

The Employees series is split into two sub-series. The General sub-series contains general information about Westinghouse employees as a group- mainly their benefits, activities, and strikes. It is arranged alphabetically by topical folder headings. It also contains the Industrial Relations Statistic books (1907- 1958) which are yearly reports that were produced by the Industrial Relations department. These reports document and analyze yearly statistics collected by the department about Westinghouse Electric employees. The collected statistics range from age and nationality to home ownership and reason for quitting. (For specific data about the employees of the East Pittsburgh plant, see the Facilities series, Series V.)

The second sub-series contains information about individual employees. These materials are arranged alphabetically by the last name of the employee and grouped into folders. Most of the information about these employees comes from a section of the Research and Development Center’s Technical Bulletin called “Have You Met?” Accordingly, most of the employees listed in this series worked at the Research and Development Center. There are five employees for which more than one folder was required:

Chubb, Lewis W. - Director of the Research and Development Laboratory from 1930-1948. He worked at Westinghouse for 42 years and had 200 patents. He was an engineer who played a significant role in the development of commercial radio. He also won both the Benjamin S. Lamme and John Fritz Medals.

Hutcheson, John A. - Appointed Director of the Research and Development Laboratory in 1949 and Westinghouse Vice President in 1950. He started working at Westinghouse in 1926 and contributed greatly to the establishment of a new Research and Development facility in 1956.

Mechlin, George F. - Vice President of the Research and Development Laboratories from 1973-1987. He was also appointed as a Westinghouse Vice President in 1972. He started work with Westinghouse in 1949 on nuclear and oceanographic projects.

Ruch, Charles - Director of Employee Communications. After his retirement in 1980, Ruch became the volunteer corporate historian. He helped establish the George Westinghouse Museum in Wilmerding, PA and was well known for his characterization of George Westinghouse, Jr. at company events. The majority of his correspondence relates to reference questions he received in his capacity as volunteer historian. A database of this correspondence is available in the library.

Slepian, Joseph - Appointed Associate Director of the Research and Development Laboratory in 1938 and winner of the John Scott, Benjamin S. Lamme, and Edison Medals. He worked at Westinghouse from 1916-1956 and had 204 patents. He was part of the team that worked on the first atomic bomb.

Series IV: Exhibitions

The Exhibitions series is arranged chronologically. It consists of Westinghouse materials from numerous fairs including the World’s Fairs of 1939 and 1964-1965, both held in New York. In it are brochures, booklets, articles, and correspondence about the Westinghouse Electric exhibits and buildings. Among many popular Westinghouse attractions at the 1939 World’s Fair were the Tower of Light, Elektro the Mechanical Man, and the Time Capsule. Also in 1939, Westinghouse produced a film titled “The Middleton Family at the World’s Fair.” This full-color, hour long movie was filmed at the Westinghouse building on the grounds of the World’s Fair, and depicted the experience of a typical American family at the World’s Fair. Among the materials for this event are a script and promotional materials. Advertising posters for the film are available in the oversize collection (MSO #424).

Series V: Facilities

The Facilities series contains both collective and specific information about Westinghouse Electric Corporation manufacturing and service facilities and division headquarters. This series contains information specifically about facilities, not the products produced there. All product information will be found in the Products series (series IX). In addition, information about the Research and Development/ Science and Technology Center has been filed under its own series due to the size and complexity of the materials.

In this series, a few general folders contain comprehensive lists or directories of facilities and contacts within them. Also in this general subseries is the “Special Section” folder which contains small facility-specific booklets that were inserted into the general company employee handbook. They are too numerous for individual folders and therefore have been collected into this one folder.

Materials in the specific facility folders are mostly brochures, directories, and maps. They are arranged alphabetically by geographic location or name of the facility (East Pittsburgh, Gateway, etc.). (In most cases, the name of the facility was its location.) Individual international facilities are filed by the name of the country in which they operated (such as United Kingdom or China).

There are also oversized maps of the East Pittsburgh facility available in the oversize collection (MSO #424).

Series VI: George Westinghouse Jr.

The George Westinghouse series contains biographical information about the founder of the Westinghouse Electric Corporation, George Westinghouse, Jr., and is arranged alphabetically by folder title. Articles about the life of George Westinghouse, Jr. and his contributions to society will be found here as well as a number of short biographies written about him. Information about memorials dedicated to him, awards received, his patents, residences, and descendants will also be found in this series. Of particular interest are two folders of employees’ reminisces of George Westinghouse, Jr. collected in 1935.

Series VII: Histories

The Histories series consists of speeches, articles, and publications written about the Westinghouse Electric Corporation in general. These histories are so general that they do not fit into a product, facility, or other series. Many of these materials are of a commemorative nature, recounting the history of the Corporation and its achievements. Therefore, this series also contains information about the Westinghouse anniversary celebrations. This series is arranged differently from other series in the collection, in that it is arranged chronologically by the date the material was written. This was done in order to aid users who are looking for histories written at a certain chronological time, rather than a specific title of the history. However the title of each history (when available) is listed as the folder heading for reference as well. These titles may also help the user gain a slightly more specific idea about the subject of the material in the folder.

Series VIII: Press Releases

The Press Releases series consists of official press releases made by the Westinghouse Electric Corporation about a wide range of topics including products, employees, facilities, and research. They are arranged chronologically. Photographs were attached to many of these press releases, but for preservation reasons the photographs have been separated from the document and cataloged separately. Photographs can be identified through the PR number listed at the end of each press release document. Included in this series is also a card catalog index of press releases from 1955-1975 that provides the topic, date, and corresponding photographs for each press release.

Series IX: Products

The Products series is one of the largest series in the collection and it contains information about products manufactured by Westinghouse Electric. (Information regarding plants that manufactured specific products will not be found here, but in the Facilities series, Series V.)

This series is divided into two subseries: General and Specific. This was necessary because some of the materials in this series are bound catalogs that contain information about many different products and therefore could not be placed into one product group. The General subseries contains these bound catalogs that include everything that Westinghouse Electric manufactured- from motors to light bulbs and appliances. The 1892 catalogs are narrative in style, with few images of the products, while the 1893 catalog consists of product photographs only. Customers could then request more information about a product from the Company. The 1920 general catalog is the first to combine narrative and image as well as list the price of the products.

Also in the General subseries are other manuals that cover a broad range of products. The General Order Manual outlines the proper procedures that employees should use when submitting a purchase order and when dealing with a government contract, in particular with the War Department. The Power Department Technical Data book contains technical data about machines produced by the Power Department- generators, turbines, reduction gears, air ejectors, and condensers. The Resale Commercial Data books were produced to ensure company-wide knowledge of contracts with appliance and machinery manufacturers that used Westinghouse Electric products in their appliances and machines. Knowledge of these contracts would then improve the technical support services that Westinghouse provided to these companies, and also help Westinghouse pinpoint fundamental problems with their products. Lastly, the Stock Identification Record contains information on every product Westinghouse Electric produced. It contains a short description of the product, its identification number, and its schedule number.

The Specific subseries is broken down into 18 broad product groups and contains catalogs, advertisements, brochures, articles, and correspondence about specific Westinghouse products. In most cases, this subseries is arranged alphabetically by topical folder headings. Further notes about specific arrangements and products will be listed under the name of the broader product group.

Series X: Publications

The Publications series consists of internal and external materials published by the Westinghouse Electric Corporation. In this series you will not find publications concerning specific products or events for which series have been established in this collection (i.e.- Electric Railroad Equipment, WWII, etc.) or publications produced by organizations other than Westinghouse Electric Corporation- such as the Westinghouse Machine Company or the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. These will be found in the Related Companies and Organization series under the name of the company or organization that published the document. Also, publications from the Research and Development/ Science and Technology Center will not be filed here. These have been filed in the Research and Development/ Science and Technology series due to their nature and quantity. Most of the internal publications in this series are employee newsletters from specific departments, facilities, or divisions. These materials are filed alphabetically by the title of the publication, although the location or name of the department, facility, or division is also provided in the folder heading. Employee publication titles are listed in italics to distinguish them from publications made for the public. The newspapers from the Westinghouse Technical Night School- the Tech Owl and the Alumni Association Newsletter- are also included in this series. Oversized original editions of 1947 and 1948 Tech Owls are available in the oversize collection (MSO #424).

This series also contains publications distributed to Westinghouse customers, visitors, and the general public. These publications usually describe a general overview of the corporation, its products, and research. In contrast to the employee publications, they are usually printed on glossy paper with color photographs, and use a more formal writing style.

Series XI: Related Companies and Organziations

The Related Companies and Organization series is organized alphabetically by the title of the company or organization. The companies and organizations represented here have some connection with the Westinghouse Electric Corporation, but the materials are not technically part of the Electric Corporation’s records. Materials from other Westinghouse companies, such as the Westinghouse Air Brake Company and the Westinghouse Machine Company, will be found here- as well as materials about the George Westinghouse Museum, the Westinghouse SURE retiree organization, and even General Electric. Also filed here are publications concerning issues related to the business of Westinghouse Electric- such as materials from professional organizations and journals. These materials may have been collected for one of two reasons: a Westinghouse employee authored one of the articles, or the Company owned a subscription to the journal.

Series XII: Reprints

The Reprints series contains articles from professional journals that had been clipped and saved by the Westinghouse Library staff. The articles are mostly technical in nature and pertain to products that Westinghouse produced. They have been divided into 28 general subject categories and arranged alphabetically by these categories.

Series XIII: Research and Development/ Science and Technology Center

The Research and Developement/ Science and Technology Center series This series is arranged alphabetically by topical folder heading or division, and is divided into 6 subseries. The first five subseries contain information relating to the Center as a whole. The first subseries consists of the Center’s annual reports and presentations made by the Center to the Westinghouse Electric Board of Directors.

The second subseries contains information about the facilities of the Research Center. It documents the building and dedication of the 1956 facility in Churchill Borough, as well as the establishment of a facility in Belgium.

The third subseries consists of articles and presentations about the history of research at Westinghouse Electric. It is arranged chronologically by the date of the presentation or publication of article to facilitate a more general search of this subseries.

The fourth subseries- Organization- contains information about the internal workings of the Center. It is comprised of directories, strategic plans, and presentations about future goals and managerial issues. The Organization and Activities brochures give a brief overview of the structure and research of the Center.

The fifth subseries- Publications- contains materials published specifically for the Research and Development (or Science and Technology) Center. Some of the publications are produced for internal purposes (i.e.- employee newsletters), and some were used for visitors, customers, and the general public.

The last subseries contains information specific to projects and products in each division within the Center, usually product brochures and division publications. It is arranged alphabetically by the title of the division and more information about the composition of these divisions will be listed with the Container Listing. The organizational charts and descriptions provided in the “Organization and Activities” brochure of the 1970s served as the basis for identification of these divisions.

Series XIV: Speeches

The Speeches series a is small series arranged chronologically by the date the speech was made. The title of the speech, the presenter, and in some cases the event are recorded in the folder heading. The speeches in this series occurred from 1960-1980 and were mostly given by members of the senior management.

Series XV: Westinghouse Library

The Westinghouse Library series consists of books taken from the Research and Development/ Science and Technology Center’s Library. They are technical in nature and have been retained in the collection because they either mention a Westinghouse product or were written by a Westinghouse employee. The books are arranged alphabetically by title. Author and publication information is also given.

Series XVI: World War II

The World War II series is separated into two sub-series. The Topical sub-series is arranged alphabetically by subject folder headings. These materials document Westinghouse Electric’s effort to educate their employees about health, production, and conservation issues through company published guide books and programs. It includes information about clubs and campaigns organized to promote this information, such as the Health for Victory Club and the More Kilowatt Hours for Victory campaign. The series also contains information about the war production awards and post-war rehiring procedures. Posters for this sub-series are available in the oversize collection (MSO #424).

The second sub-series consists of reports on many divisions’ wartime activities. These reports were requested from all divisions in 1946 to document the contribution of Westinghouse to the Allied war effort. The information in these reports is generally of a historical, rather than technical, nature.


Controlled Access Terms
Personal Names
  • Westinghouse, George, 1846-1914
  • Mechlin, George F., -2003
  • Slepian, Joseph, 1891-
Corporate Names
  • Westinghouse Electric Corporation
Topics
  • Electric Circuits--Alternating Current
  • Electric Household Appliance Industry
  • Electric Machinery--Alternating Current
  • Engineering--Research
  • Radio Broadcasting
  • Radio--Apparatus and Supplies
  • World War, 1939-1945--Equipment and Supplies
  • Nuclear Energy--Research
  • Electric Machinery Industry--History
Locations
  • Turtle Creek Valley--Pennsylvania
Forms
  • newsletter
Access and Use
Access Restrictions:

No Restrictions. This collection is open for use.

Aquisition Information:

Gift of the Westinghouse Electric Corporation by G. Reynolds Clark, Chairman of the Westinghouse Foundation and Executive Director of Corporate Services and Community Affairs, on December 17, 1996. (Accession #1998.0209)

Preferred Citation:

Records of the Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1865-2000, MSS# 424, Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania.

Processing Information:

This collection was processed by Cassandra pyle in June 2006.

Copyright:

Property rights reside with the Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania. Literary rights are retained by the creators of the records and their heirs. For permission to reproduce or publish, please contact the curator of the Archives.

Related Material:
George and Marguerite Westinghouse Collection, Call # MSS 432 and MSP 432

Joseph C. Rengel Papers and Photographs, Call # MSS 488 and MSP 488

Bernard and Joseph Walter Papers, Call # 1998.0196

Forest Hills Public Library records, Call # MSS 216

Leon McCulloch papers, Call # 1999.0098

Ed Gerstenhaber Papers, Call # 2006.0147

Historical Electronics Museum, Westinghouse Electric Aviation Gas Turbine Division, (Lester, PA) Accession #2005.0306

Dr. Fredrick Pement Papers

Records from the George Westinghouse Museum were transferred to the History Center in November 2007. These records are currently unprocessed and unavailable.

There are also many related publications in the Library’s collection such as brochures, biographies, and cookbooks. Please check the Library catalog for a complete list.

Separated Material:
The Westinghouse Electric Corporation collection also contains seven boxes of oversized paper records which have the catalog designation MSO 424, 56 feet of photographs (MSP 424), two boxes of oversize photographs (MSR 424), and a moving image film collection. Separate finding aids have been made for each of these formats.

Books of general or historical interest from the Research and Development Center Library have been separated to the main HSWP Library collection. Among these books is a set of bound Westinghouse Magazine and Westinghouse News (1914-1982). The bound volumes of the Westinghouse News from 1947- 1968 also contains issues from specific facilities such as:

The Library also has a set of bound Westinghouse Engineer magazines (1941-1975). An index for articles and authors in all of these magazines is available in the Library.


Contents List
Series I. Administrative 1881-1997
Scope and Content Notes:

This series is arranged alphabetically by department or topical folder heading. It contains administrative information (such as annual reports, financial and management information) and department records (such as the Sales and Graphics departments). (Note: Records of the Education Department are found in the Education series (series 2) due to their size.) There are also several folders of newspaper and magazine articles which discuss Westinghouse Electric Corporation in general or from a management viewpoint. This series also contains the records of subsidiary companies that Westinghouse operated of a service (rather than product) nature, i.e. Westinghouse Broadcasting Company and Westinghouse Credit Bureau.

A large group of records in this series pertain to radio broadcasting. These materials contain three interesting groups of documents. The first group is a collection of correspondence between Westinghouse radio stations about materials, employees, equipment, finances, and contracts. Most of these letters date from the early 1930s. The correspondence also contains topical groups such as letters from Horace Lahnes, a lawyer in Washington, D.C. who helped Westinghouse with the Federal Radio Commission, and the Transmitter Tube Committee. When Westinghouse established shortwave stations for international broadcasting in the early 1940s, many listeners wrote to the stations in Pittsburgh and Boston. These letters were labeled “Mail Bag” and come from listeners in places such as South America, Cuba, Australia, Africa, and Alaska.

The second group of materials under Radio Broadcasting is a set of scripts from a radio show by Ted Malone in 1946. As part of the celebration of what would be George Westinghouse, Jr.’s 100th birthday, he broadcast interviews with Westinghouse employees from various plants. Lastly, the “Musical Americana” folder contains advertisements, programs, and tickets from KDKA’s recordings of the “musical program in appreciation of Things American.”


Box 1
folder 1 Age Bias Lawsuit 1993
folder 2 Air Mail Routes 1934
Annual Reports
folder 3 1931-1940 (partial) 1931-1940
folder 4 1946-1948 1946-1948
folder 5 1950-1953 1950-1953
folder 6 1955-1959 1955-1959
folder 7 1960-1963 1960-1963
folder 8 1965-1969 1965-1969
folder 9 1970-1974 1970-1974
folder 10 1975-1979 1975-1979

Box 2
folder 1 1980-1984 1980-1984
folder 2 1985-1989 1985-1989
folder 3 1990-1994 1990-1994
folder 4 1995-1996 1995-1996
folder 5 Apparatus Service Division Capabilities 1973
Articles
folder 6 1892-1946 1892-1946

Box 3
folder 1 1952-1988 1952-1988
folder 2 1991-1998 1991-1998
folder 3 Associated Companies list c1920
folder 4 Association of Edison Illuminating Companies 1912-1932
folder 5 Board of Directors 1965
folder 6 Business Environment Seminar 1962

Box 4
folder 1 Business Practices in Multinational Operations speech 1972
folder 2 Bylaws 1964
Communications Department
folder 3 Advertisement 1993
folder 4 Conference Directory 1989
folder 5 Employee Communication Conference 1957
folder 6 Employee Communication Conference 1958
folder 7 Employee Communication guides 1957-1976
folder 8 Employee suggestions 1973
folder 9 Fortune 500 contest 1981
folder 10 "Great Moments in Westinghouse" series 1963
folder 11 guide 1969
folder 12 "Looking Back" column articles 1993-1995
folder 13 Meeting report 1978
folder 14 Organizational charts (dept.) 1969-1972
folder 15 Pittsburgh Area Coordinators' meeting 1974
folder 16 Productivity Improvement booklet 1988
folder 17 Project 73 1973
folder 18 Report undated

Box 5
folder 1 Training manual 1965
folder 2 Union Story 1974
folder 3 Western Hemisphere Program 1979-1980
folder 4 What We've Learned from Ad Reviews c1960
folder 5 Creed, Purpose and Strategy 1967-1972
folder 6 Department of Defense Clearance 1990
folder 7 Directory undated
folder 8 Directory 1968
folder 9 Distribution Engineering Group report 1931
folder 10 Division Managers' Coloring Book 1962
Employee Annual Reports
folder 11 1938-1949 1938-1949
folder 12 1950-1954 1950-1954
folder 13 1955-1959 1955-1959

Box 6
folder 1 1960-1965 1960-1965
folder 2 1982 1982
folder 3 Employee Communications 1945-1952
folder 4 Energy Systems and Nuclear Fuel Business Unit 1989
volume 1 Engineering Memo Number Assignments, vol. I 1920-1950
volume 2 Engineering Memo Number Assignments, vol. II 1950-1953
Financial
folder 5 Analyst Seminar 1972
folder 6 Annual Meeting 1968
folder 7 Articles 1989-1993
folder 8 Comparative Statement of Operations 1930-1931
folder 9 Comparison with other Billion Dollar Club Companies 1953-1956
folder 10 Comparison with General Electric 1906-1960
Excess Profits Tax Relief Application
folder 11 Volume I 1940-1943

Box 7
folder 1 Volume II 1940-1943
folder 2 Exhibit Volume I 1940-1943

Box 8
folder 1 Exhibit Volume II 1940-1943
folder 2 Exhibit Volume III 1940-1943
folder 3 Exhibit Volume IV 1940-1943

Box 9
folder 1 Foreign Trade 1970-1971
folder 2 Growth Report 1958
folder 3 History, 1891-1908 1913
Investors' Guide
folder 4 1977 1977
folder 5 1980 1980
folder 6 1983 1983
Ledgers
volume 3 1886-1887 Chicago Balance Sheets (trial) 1886-1887
volume 4 1888 Chicago Balance Sheets (United States Electric Lighting Co.) 1888
volume 5 1888 Chicago Balance Sheets 1888
volume 6 1888-1889 Chicago 1888-1889
volume 7 1889-1893 Accounts receivable and payable 1889-1893
volume 8 1895-1897 Assets 1895-1897
volume 9 1908-1924 Subsidiary ledger #1 1908-1924
volume 10 1930-1944 Sales Records 1930-1944
volume 11 1935-1939 Taxes 1935-1939

Box 10
folder 1 No-Charge Termination Settlements 1945
folder 2 Orders, Income, and Share Earnings 1953-1971
folder 3 Pay Roll Office correspondence 1881-1898
Procedures
folder 4 Part I 1960-1979
folder 5 Part II 1960-1979
folder 6 Shareholder Reports 1991-1997
folder 7 Shop Orders (25Y1000-25Y2998) undated
folder 8 Statement 1908-1909
folder 9 Statistic Books, Quarterly and Annual 1950-1974
folder 10 Statistic Cards, Quarterly and Annual 1950-1968
folder 11 Stockholder letter 1891
folder 12 Timekeeping and Payroll Manual 1941
folder 13 "Who Owns Westinghouse?" 1945

Box 11
folder 1 Global Manufacturing and Service Capabilities Report 1983
folder 2 Government Affairs 1963-1972
Graphics Department
folder 3 Catalog 1952-1982
folder 4 Ed Redings booklet undated
folder 5 Envelopes undated
folder 6 Forms undated
folder 7 History 1988
folder 8 Letterhead undated
folder 9 Miscellaneous Products undated

Box 12
folder 1 Product Labels undated
folder 2 Signs undated
folder 3 Trademarks undated
folder 4 Group W 1970
folder 5 Headline News Communication 1995
Human Resources
folder 6 New Concept Committee 1977
folder 7 Transformation 1993
folder 8 Hygiene and Safety Manual 1986
folder 9 Industrial Relations Counselors Service 1957
folder 10 Industrial Systems Organization c1962
folder 11 Institute for Resources Development undated
folder 12 International Technology Transfer Business (licensing) 1985
folder 13 Japanese Operations 1945-1950
Management
folder 14 ACEC Presentation to Policy Committee 1974
folder 15 AEIC Address 1974
folder 16 Board of Advice report 1962
Comparison with General Electric
folder 17 Part I 1949-1960

Box 13
folder 1 Part II 1949-1960
folder 2 Part III 1949-1960
folder 3 Corporate Organization Changes, 1958-1975 c1975
folder 4 Corporation Analysis 1945
folder 5 Discipline and Enforcement of Rules (Task Force "A") 1970-1972
folder 6 Executive Forum Presentation 1977
folder 7 Guidebook 1957-1960
folder 8 Human Values speech 1979
folder 9 Identical Pricing hearing 1961
folder 10 Mailing list 1980
folder 11 Management of Change Workshop c1970
Management Council Meeting

Box 14
folder 1 1964 1964
folder 2 1965-1966 1965-1966
folder 3 1967-1969 1967-1969
folder 4 1970-1971 1970-1971
folder 5 Personnel Changes 1993
folder 6 Reorganization Job Descriptions 1987
folder 7 Reorganization Division Managers' Meeting 1969
folder 8 Survey 1957
folder 9 Survey (by Division Managers) 1961

Box 15
folder 1 Survey (of East Pittsburgh Divisions) 1964
folder 2 "Toward a Definition of Westinghouse Today" 1976
folder 3 TURK Group reports 1971-1974
folder 4 "What Management Gives for What it Gets" 1945
folder 5 Wilcox Union-free Doctrine undated
folder 6 Management Appeal Grievance Committee ("Tester C" job) 1969
folder 7 Manufacturing Headquarters 1959
folder 8 Material Disposition Report c1981
folder 9 Materials Salvage 1930
folder 10 National Electric Week 1964
folder 11 Non-current Apparatus and Renewal Part Center 1977
folder 12 Office Supplies catalog 1924
folder 13 Office Supplies catalog 1980
folder 14 Organizational chart 1992
folder 15 Organizational history of companies (general) c1940

Box 16
folder 1 Organizational manual 1981
folder 2 Organization and Planning Program c1952
folder 3 "Organizational Evolution of Westinghouse, 1936-1986" speech 1985
folder 4 Patent Office 1923-c1950
folder 5 Patent Office Disclosure Records 1943-1960
folder 6 Policy, Executive Air Travel 1969
folder 7 Power Systems Personnel Relations Managers' Presentation 1978
folder 8 Principle Products Analysis, 1952-1982 1982
folder 9 Product Quality Contests 1949
folder 10 Productivity and Quality Center 1993
Public Relations

Box 17
folder 1 Advertisements c1900-1986
folder 2 Advertising Council Meeting Remarks 1973
folder 3 "Centuries of Progress" script 1985
folder 4 Corporate Reorganization announcement 1969
folder 5 "Journey to Greatness" script 1989
folder 6 "More Power to America" 1960
folder 7 "Power of a Name" booklet c1920
folder 8 Staff Meeting Report c1950
folder 9 Solar Energy and Energy Priorities paper 1975
folder 10 "This is Westinghouse" script undated
folder 11 "Westinghouse- Building a Better World Through Technology, Partnership, and Innovation" script 1996
folder 12 Westinghouse sign 1991
folder 13 "Westinghouse- What is it?" script undated
Radio Broadcasting
folder 14 1956 Presidential Campaign 1956
folder 15 Annual Report 1948
folder 16 Articles undated
folder 17 Articles 1920-1938
folder 18 Articles 1940-1995
folder 19 Broadcast Museum 1988-1997

Box 18
folder 1 Congressional Testimonies 1969-1973
Correspondence
folder 2 Boston, MA (WBOS Mail Bag) 1939
folder 3 Boston, MA (WBOS Mail Bag) 1940
folder 4 Boston, MA (Station WBZ) 1924-1932
folder 5 Boston, MA (Station WBZ) 1932-1933
folder 6 Boston, MA (WBZ Technicians) 1941-1943

Box 19
folder 1 CBS Shortwave Agreement 1941
folder 2 Chicago, IL (Station KYW) 1932
folder 3 Chicago, IL (KYW move) 1932
folder 4 Chicago, IL (Station KYW) 1932-1933
folder 5 Chicopee Falls, MA 1933-1935

Box 20
folder 1 Federal Radio Commission (and FCC) 1933-1940
folder 2 Fessenden Memorial Association 1963
folder 3 International Shortwave Broadcasting 1941-1943
folder 4 Lahnes, Horace 1933
folder 5 Management (general) 1940-1941
folder 6 Music Clearances 1940-1941
folder 7 National Association of Broadcasters 1933
folder 8 National Association of Performing Artists contract 1940-1941

Box 21
folder 1 National Broadcasting Company 1933-1943
folder 2 NBC Shortwave Agreement 1941
folder 3 Newark, NJ 1925-1937
folder 4 New York, NY (Station WMCA) 1931-1963
folder 5 Pittsburgh, PA (Station KDKA/ Headquarters) 1921-1931
folder 6 Pittsburgh, PA (Station KDKA/ Headquarters) 1932
folder 7 Pittsburgh, PA (Station KDKA/ Headquarters) 1932-1933

Box 22
folder 1 Pittsburgh, PA (Station KDKA/ Headquarters) 1934-1981
folder 2 Pittsburgh, PA (WPIT Mail Bag) January- June 1940
folder 3 Pittsburgh, PA (WPIT Mail Bag) July- October 1940

Box 23
folder 1 Pittsburgh, PA (WPIT Mail Bag) November- December 1940
folder 2 RCA Victor Company, Inc. 1932
folder 3 Programming (general) 1943
folder 4 Springfield, MA (Station WBZA) 1923-1932
folder 5 Springfield, MA (Station WBZA) 1932-1933

Box 24
folder 1 Time Spot Sales 1943
folder 2 Toledo, OH 1931-1933
folder 3 Transmitter Tube Committee 1930-1931
folder 4 Transmitter Tube Committee 1932
folder 5 Transmitter Tube Committee 1934
folder 6 Transmitter Tube Committee 1935
folder 7 Frequency Measuring Service 1933
folder 8 John Charles Thomas Favorite Songs 1945
folder 9 John Nesbitt "The Great Pyramid" 1946
KDKA
folder 10 5th Anniversary 1925
folder 11 8th Anniversary 1928
folder 12 17th Anniversary 1937
folder 13 25th Anniversary 1945
folder 14 35th Anniversary 1955
folder 15 40th Anniversary 1960
folder 16 50th Anniversary 1970
folder 17 65th Anniversary 1985
folder 18 70th Anniversary 1990
folder 19 75th Anniversary 1995
folder 20 Articles 1924-1996

Box 25
folder 1 Commuter Computer 1973
folder 2 Donald G. Little oral history 1952
folder 3 Financial c1937
folder 4 Herald Test to Australia 1925
folder 5 Historical Marker 1990-1997
folder 6 Histories c1945-c1975
folder 7 "It Started Hear" 1970
folder 8 License 1920
folder 9 License transfer to Westinghouse Radio Stations, Inc. 1940
folder 10 Musical Americana 1940-1941
folder 11 Project History (1920 Shack Recreation) undated
folder 12 Radio Broadcasting News 1922
folder 13 Time Capsule c2000
folder 14 KYW (Chicago) Federal Radio Commission Appeal Court record 1930

Box 26
folder 1 KYW (Chicago) Program schedule 1922
folder 2 Marconi Memorial Dedication 1952
folder 3 Miscellaneous Westinghouse Stations 1931-1946
folder 4 National Association of Broadcasters Conference 1943
folder 5 National Association of Broadcasters Convention 1964
folder 6 Organizational Memberships 1943
folder 7 Ted Malone Scrapbook script c1946
folder 8 Ted Malone Scripts:
#2- Joe Meier- Lima, OH 1946
#3- Joe Desch- Bloomfield, NJ 1946
#4- James Cole- Newark, NJ 1946
#5- John Vaccaro- Sharon, PA 1946
#6- Jim McPoland- Pittsburgh, PA 1946
folder 9 Ted Malone Scripts:
#7- Daniel Irwin- Trafford, OH 1946
#8- Al Compton- Philadelphia, PA 1946
#9- John Hewlett- Jersey City, NJ 1946
#10- Elvina Musgrove- Mansfield, OH 1946
#11- Joseph Wozniak- Springfield, CT 1946
folder 10 Ted Malone Scripts:
#12- Joe Binkowski- Sunbury, PA 1946
#13- Letitia Paroline- Baltimore, MD 1946
#14- Katherine Brown- Fairmont, WV 1946
#15- Eddie Avdette- Springfield, MA 1946
#16- Myrtle P. Laughlin- Sharon, PA 1946
folder 11 Ted Malone Scripts:
#17- Douglas Leslie- Baltimore, MD 1946
#18- Phyllis Miller- Fairmont, WV 1946
#19- Jeffrey Hatton- Lima, OH 1946
#20- Joe Sullivan- Philadelphia, PA 1946
#21- Clade Hammett- Mansfield, OH 1946
folder 12 "Top of the Evening" 1944
folder 13 WBZ 1935-1960
folder 14 Westinghouse Salute undated
folder 15 World War II 1943-1944
folder 16 World War II 1945
folder 17 WRS (Philadelphia, PA) 1943
folder 18 Receivership Hearing Proceedings 1907-1908
Records Management

Box 27
folder 1 Archival Program 1969
folder 2 Burnham, Donald C. Papers Inventory c1990
folder 3 Central Library c1920-1949
folder 4 Charlie Ruch Collection inventory undated
folder 5 Correspondence 1956-1981
folder 6 KDKA 1967
folder 7 Information Management Manual 1981
folder 8 Inventories 1975-1984
folder 9 Library at Orlando, FL 1983
folder 10 National Archives Case Files 1973
folder 11 Report 1980
folder 12 Society of American Archivists Workshop 1981
folder 13 State Survey 1985
folder 14 Survey 1957
folder 15 Westinghouse Broadcasting Co. 1975
folder 16 Westinghouse Historical Collection Guide 1982-1984
folder 17 Restructuring (acquisitions) 1872-1915
folder 18 Restructuring (acquisitions and divestitures) 1982-1995
Sales Department

Box 28
folder 1 Appliances 1967
folder 2 Appliance and Radio Organization Structure 1957
folder 3 Appliances, TVs, and Stereos 1955-1962
folder 4 Articles 1956
folder 5 Aviation Gas Turbine Division 1955
folder 6 Corporate Sales Manual 1963-1973
folder 7 Engineering Presentation at meeting 1931
folder 8 Exhibit Properties Catalog 1948-1956
folder 9 Industrial Market Report 1991
folder 10 Industry Products 1974
folder 11 Limits of Authority Report 1974
folder 12 Manuals 1936
folder 13 Marketing Communications Directory 1965

Box 29
folder 1 Marketing Managers Meeting 1971
folder 2 Presentation c1960
folder 3 Public Systems memo 1969
folder 4 Spring Campaign 1939
folder 5 Telemarketing c1989
folder 6 Training manual undated
folder 7 Turbine Generators c1986
folder 8 Security Analysts meeting 1990
Service Department
folder 9 Conservice Maintenance Guides 1943
folder 10 Powercasting c1965
folder 11 Product Service Capabilities 1981
folder 12 Special Services Division 1966-1976
folder 13 Supervisor's Handbook (Transportation and Generator Division) 1955
folder 14 Television-Radio Division history c1958
folder 15 Thermo King c1990
folder 16 Time Study Man 1952
folder 17 "Total Quality" c1988
folder 18 Urban Systems Development Corporation 1968
Visual Communications
folder 19 Acquisition/Divestiture/Reorganization script 1986
folder 20 Booklet c1980
folder 21 Genigraphics Slide Guide c1979
folder 22 Motion Pictures undated
folder 23 "Pittsburgh...Through the Eyes of its Artists" script 1968
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company
folder 24 1952 Election Coverage 1952
folder 25 "Benny (Goodman) in Brussels" 1958
folder 26 CBS partnership and history 1995
folder 27 National Association of Broadcasters 1969

Box 30
folder 1 Radio Management meeting 1960
folder 2 "These Other Americans" 1963
folder 3 "Westinghouse Presents" 1961-1962
Westinghouse Broadcasting Company, Programming Department
folder 4 Budget 1955-1963
folder 5 Correspondence 1957-1959
folder 6 Correspondence 1960-1961
folder 7 Correspondence 1962-1963
folder 8 Westinghouse Canada Limited 1978
folder 9 Westinghouse Credit Corporation undated
Westinghouse Engineer, study of
folder 10 November 1956 readership 1956
folder 11 May 1965 readership 1965
folder 12 September 1965 readership 1965
Westinghouse International

Box 31
folder 1 Annual Report 1944-1946
folder 2 Annual Report 1947
folder 3 Annual Report 1948
folder 4 Annual Report 1949
folder 5 Annual Report 1950
folder 6 Articles 1972
folder 7 Background information 1987
folder 8 Brochure 1947
folder 9 China, Report on Electrical Manufacturing Industry Development in 1944
folder 10 "E" Award (export excellence) 1963
folder 11 Europe map 1973
folder 12 European Reports 1941

Box 32
folder 1 Manufacturing Capabilities 1978
folder 2 Operations presentation 1946
folder 3 Philippine Power Program Report 1947-1948
folder 4 Philippine Power Program group photo album (USE COPY) 1947
folder 5 Soviet Government, Power Trains for 1943
folder 6 Westinghouse Learning Corporation 1971
folder 7 Westinghouse Magazine correspondence 1943
Series II. Education 1891-1998
Scope and Content Notes:

This series has been arranged alphabetically by topical folder headings. The majority of the materials in this series pertain to the continuing education programs and services provided by the Westinghouse Electric Corporation to its employees, but some of the material in this series was produced by Westinghouse for the education and benefit of the public.

The Annual Reports were produced by the Education Department of Westinghouse Electric. The Extension Course materials were used during new employee orientation. The Graduate Lists in this series document the names of graduates from all training programs- from technical to management courses. The Style Guides are materials that were produced by the Company to assist employees with business writing and presentations. The Westinghouse Club/ Educational Center was organized in 1904 to “contribute to the social, educational, and physical interests” of all Westinghouse employees. The Westinghouse Technical Night School provided technical training to anyone who needed “training opportunities.” The Scrapbook contained in this series is a collection of news clippings and photographs pertaining to the activities of the Westinghouse apprentices, mostly their sports teams, from 1936 to 1952.


Box 33
folder 1 Accident Safety 1941-1967
folder 2 Amber Club, Philadelphia (speech) 1914
Annual Reports
folder 3 1945 1945
folder 4 1946 1946
folder 5 1947 1947
folder 6 1948 1948
folder 7 1949 1949
folder 8 1950 1950
folder 9 1951 1951
folder 10 1952 1952
folder 11 1953 1953

Box 34
folder 1 1954 1954
folder 2 1955 1955
folder 3 1956 1956
folder 4 1957 1957

Box 35
folder 1 1958 1958
folder 2 1959 1959
folder 3 1960 1960
folder 4 1961 1961

Box 36
folder 1 Apprentice/ Hire data 1891-1960
folder 2 Apprentice School book 1945
folder 3 Apprentice Scrapbook (original) 1936-1952
folder 4 Apprentice Scrapbook (USE COPY) 1936-1952
folder 5 Apprentice Training data 1959
folder 6 Apprenticeship Agreement 1906-1907
folder 7 Carnegie Tech Partnership 1937
folder 8 Certificates undated
folder 9 Course Planning materials 1903-1920
folder 10 Discussion Club 1921
folder 11 Educational Assistance Program undated
folder 12 Engineering School Banquet 1924
folder 13 Extension Course on history of company c1923
folder 14 Extension Course on history of company 1925
folder 15 Extension Course on history of company 1929

Box 37
folder 1 Extension Course on history of company (c.2) 1929
folder 2 Farm Youth Activities booklet undated
folder 3 George Westinghouse Award in Engineering Education 1947
folder 4 George Westinghouse Gold Medal 1953
folder 5 George Westinghouse Scholar "Notes" c1945
folder 6 George Westinghouse Scholarships (to Carnegie Institute of Technology) c1940-1997
Graduate Lists
folder 7 by Department 1936-1960
folder 8 chronologically 1943-1962
folder 9 chronologically 1969-1978
folder 10 Graduate Student Course letter 1928
folder 11 Graduate Student Training Program application booklet c1955
folder 12 Junior Achiever (Turtle Creek Valley, PA) 1969
folder 13 Lecture Service "Westinghouse- the Institution" 1922
folder 14 Management Development Training, "Westinghouse Policy Course" 1960

Box 38
folder 1 Management Training Course, "Expense and Cost Control" 1948
folder 2 Office Technology and Information Service (OTIS) Training Course Catalog 1992
folder 3 Power Use Service Department publications 1949-1952
folder 4 Programs for Advanced Study 1960
folder 5 School Service booklets 1943-1952
folder 6 School Service and Special Projects Department c1951
folder 7 Science Talent Search 1985-1998
Style Guides
folder 8 Duplication undated
folder 9 Planning Meetings 1990
folder 10 Presentation and Proposals 1967-1985
folder 11 Report Writing 1928
folder 12 Report Writing 1969-1970
folder 13 Report Writing 1978-1980
folder 14 "Technical Training for Engineers (by B.S. Lamme) 1916
folder 15 War Memorial Scholarship 1922-c1927
Westinghouse Club/Educational Center
folder 16 Articles 1910-1911
folder 17 Dinner Program 1911
folder 18 Electric Club Journal correspondence 1929
folder 19 "Essential Qualities and Rewards of Salesmanship" speech 1910
folder 20 First meeting photograph correspondence 1938

Box 39
folder 1 Industrial Organization lectures 1940-1941
folder 2 Industrial Organization Series 1941-1942
folder 3 Male Chorus articles c1939
folder 4 "The Spirit of the Westinghouse Organization" speech 1926
folder 5 Symphony Orchestra history 1948
folder 6 Yearbook 1910-1911
folder 7 Westinghouse Engineering School for Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Graduates 1929
folder 8 Westinghouse Family Scholarship 1991
folder 9 Westinghouse Target Schools list 1990-1991
Westinghouse Technical Night School
folder 10 Alumni Banquet programs 1954-1964
folder 11 Commencement Address 1915
folder 12 Commencement program 1942
folder 13 Course catalog 1951-1952
folder 14 General information 1947-c1997
folder 15 Graduate rooster c1947
folder 16 Register of Engineering Apprentices 1902-1910
folder 17 Tech Owl yearbook 1927
folder 18 Tech Owl yearbook 1928
folder 19 Tech Owl yearbook 1929
folder 20 Tech Owl yearbook 1930
folder 21 Westinghouse Welding School c1942
Series III. Employees 1885-2000
Scope and Content Notes:

This series is split into two sub-series. The General sub-series contains general information about Westinghouse employees as a group- mainly their benefits, activities, and strikes. It is arranged alphabetically by topical folder headings. It also contains the Industrial Relations Statistic books (1907- 1958) which are yearly reports that were produced by the Industrial Relations department. These reports document and analyze yearly statistics collected by the department about Westinghouse Electric employees. The collected statistics range from age and nationality to home ownership and reason for quitting. (For specific data about the employees of the East Pittsburgh plant, see the Facilities series, Series V.)

The second sub-series contains information about individual employees. These materials are arranged alphabetically by the last name of the employee and grouped into folders. Most of the information about these employees comes from a section of the Research and Development Center’s Technical Bulletin called “Have You Met?” Accordingly, most of the employees listed in this series worked at the Research and Development Center. There are five employees for which more than one folder was required:

Chubb, Lewis W.- Director of the Research and Development Laboratory from 1930-1948. He worked at Westinghouse for 42 years and had 200 patents. He was an engineer who played a significant role in the development of commercial radio. He also won both the Benjamin S. Lamme and John Fritz Medals.

Hutcheson, John A.- Appointed Director of the Research and Development Laboratory in 1949 and Westinghouse Vice President in 1950. He started working at Westinghouse in 1926 and contributed greatly to the establishment of a new Research and Development facility in 1956.

Mechlin, George F.- Vice President of the Research and Development Laboratories from 1973-1987. He was also appointed as a Westinghouse Vice President in 1972. He started work with Westinghouse in 1949 on nuclear and oceanographic projects.

Ruch, Charles- Director of Employee Communications. After his retirement in 1980, Ruch became the volunteer corporate historian. He helped establish the George Westinghouse Museum in Wilmerding, PA and was well known for his characterization of George Westinghouse, Jr. at company events. The majority of his correspondence relates to reference questions he received in his capacity as volunteer historian. A database of this correspondence is available in the library.

Slepian, Joseph- Appointed Associate Director of the Research and Development Laboratory in 1938 and winner of the John Scott, Benjamin S. Lamme, and Edison Medals. He worked at Westinghouse from 1916-1956 and had 204 patents. He was part of the team that worked on the first atomic bomb.

Subseries General

Box 40
folder 1 Alexion Alliance Retirees 1993
folder 2 American Federation of Labor 1903
folder 3 Annual Picnic 1887
folder 4 Association of Westinghouse Salaried Employees 1945-1951
Benefits
folder 5 Disability benefits 1945
folder 6 Employee Security Program 1959-1966
folder 7 Health Insurance 1942-1989
folder 8 Incentive Compensation Plan 1953-1955
folder 9 Life Insurance 1942-1976

Box 41
folder 1 Pension Plans 1929-1979
folder 2 Relief Department 1915-1945
folder 3 Salary Key Sheets 1941-1942
folder 4 Savings and Investment Plans 1967
folder 5 Unemployment Compensation 1953
folder 6 W.E.G.A. Beneficial Fund 1965
folder 7 Bulletin Boards, Kennedy "In Memoriam" 1963
folder 8 Declaration of Dedication 1976-1996
Family Day
folder 9 Planning Guides 1948-1980
folder 10 Souvenirs 1950-1976
folder 11 George Westinghouse Award for Outstanding Engineering Achievement 1984-1985
folder 12 Housing 1925-c1927
Industrial Relations

Box 42
folder 1 Statistic book 1919-1923
folder 2 Statistic book 1924-1927
folder 3 Statistic book 1928-1935
folder 4 Statistic book 1936-1938

Box 43
folder 1 Statistic book 1939-1940
folder 2 Statistic book 1941-1942
folder 3 Statistic book 1928-1942
folder 4 Statistic book 1943-1947

Box 44
folder 1 Statistic book 1948-1952
folder 2 Statistic book 1948-1952
folder 3 Statistic book 1953-1956
folder 4 Statistic book 1957-1959
folder 5 Lay-offs 1994-1995
folder 6 Lunch Club 1946
Military Service
folder 7 Draft correspondence 1950
folder 8 List of Draft classes 1941-1965
folder 9 Service Records information c1945

Box 45
folder 1 Pamphlets 1942-1944
folder 2 Veterans' Reinstatement Plan 1944
folder 3 WWI Service Rolls c1919
Order of Merit Award Winners
folder 4 Undated undated
folder 5 1935-1940 1935-1940
folder 6 1942-1952 1942-1952
folder 7 1981-1987 1981-1987
folder 8 Nomination Essays (A-L) 1975-1994
folder 4 Nomination Essays (M-Z,) 1975-1994

Box 46
folder 1 Passages (retiree newsletter) correspondence 1990
folder 2 Pistol Match (interplant) 1950
folder 3 Retired Employees Association of Florida yearbook 1993-1994
folder 4 Retired Employees Dinner 1944
folder 5 Retiree correspondence 1985
folder 6 Safety Regulations books 1934-1942
folder 7 Salary Administration manual 1952
folder 8 Service Records, Charts, and Award 1949-c1986
folder 9 Share Purchase Plan 1948-1957
folder 10 Roster 1886-1913
folder 11 Sing-a-long booklets undated

Box 47
folder 1 Special News Bulletins from Administration 1992-1994
Statistics
folder 2 1907-1928 1907-1928
folder 3 1929-1935 1929-1935
folder 4 1936-1939 1939-1939
folder 5 1940-1958 1940-1958
folder 6 Stock Option Program 1948-c1995
Strikes
folder 7 1914 1914
folder 8 1946 (East Pittsburgh) 1946

Box 48
folder 1 1947-1954 (Philadelphia, PA) 1947-1954
folder 2 1951-1954 (East Pittsburgh) 1951-1954
folder 3 1952-1954 (Nuttall Works, Pittsburgh, PA) 1952-1954
folder 4 1953-1954 (Beaver, PA) 1953-1954
folder 5 1953-1954 (Misc. Locations) 1953-1954
folder 6 1953-1954 (Springfield, MA) 1953-1954
folder 7 1954 (Columbus, OH) 1954
folder 8 1954 (Elmira, NY) 1954
folder 9 1954 (Hampton, SC) 1954
folder 10 1954 (Irwin, PA) 1954
folder 11 1954 (Kansas City) 1954
folder 12 1954 (Metuchen, NJ) 1954
folder 13 1954 (Sharon, PA) 1954
1955-1956 (East Pittsburgh)
folder 14 Arbitration and Agreements 1955-1956
folder 15 Articles 1955-1956
folder 16 Correspondence to communities 1955-1956
folder 17 Correspondence to employees 1955-1956
folder 18 Correspondence to Union Employees (August- November) 1955
folder 19 Correspondence to Union Employees (December to March) 1955-1956

Box 49
folder 1 Correspondence, Executive 1955
folder 2 Correspondence, Executive 1956
folder 3 IUE materials 1955-1956
folder 4 Westinghouse and IUE promotional material 1955-1956
folder 5 Timeline 1955-1956
folder 6 "Westinghouse News" 1955-1956
1962 (East Pittsburgh)
folder 7 Articles 1962
folder 8 Correspondence and legal documents 1962
folder 9 Public statements and speeches 1962
folder 10 Settlement terms 1962
folder 11 1979 (East Pittsburgh- Benefit Improvements 1979

Box 50
folder 1 Strike Kit 1969
folder 2 Strike Manual 1969
folder 3 UE article 1992
folder 4 Suggestion Award Dinner 1946
folder 5 Union agreements 1948-1973
folder 6 Union Labor Fact Sheet 1985
folder 7 University of Pittsburgh ties undated
folder 8 United States Expatriate Manual 1975
folder 9 Veteran Employee Association 1916
folder 10 Welcome booklet 1957
folder 11 Westinghouse Credit Corporation 1959
folder 12 Westinghouse Electric International Company Old Timers list 1994
folder 13 Westinghouse Football Night 1971
folder 14 Westinghouse Retirees for Volunteer Action undated
folder 15 Westinghouse Song Scores 1939-1985
folder 16 Westinghouse Workers Defense Committee, 1916 1973
folder 17 Women's Chorus 1949
folder 18 Work/Family Task Force 1991
Subseries Individuals

Box 51
folder 1 Articles from Westinghouse News 1930
folder 2 Authors 1911-c1980
folder 3 Business cards undated
folder 4 Index to published articles by employees 1954
folder 5 Officers (partial list) undated
folder 6 Acker- Byrne 1925-1990
Burnham, D.C.
folder 7 Correspondence 1966-1967
folder 8 Correspondence 1968-1973
folder 9 Correspondence (January- March) 1974
folder 10 Correspondence (June- August) 1974

Box 52
folder 1 Correspondence (September- November) 1974
folder 2 Correspondence (December to January) 1974-1975
folder 3 Castle- Chubb 1927-1984
Chubb, Lewis W.
folder 4 Patent forms 1913-1915
folder 5 Patent forms 1916-1921

Box 53
folder 1 Clark- Duckett 1919-2000
folder 2 Edelman- Furness 1904-1985
folder 3 Gabrielse- Heyne 1885-1995
folder 4 Hickam- Hundstad 1948-1990
Hutcheson, John A.
folder 5 Articles 1946-1962
folder 6 Correspondence 1944-1947
folder 7 Correspondence 1948-1950

Box 54
folder 1 Correspondence 1951-1954
folder 2 Correspondence 1955-1957
folder 3 Correspondence 1958-1959
folder 4 Correspondence 1960
folder 5 Correspondence 1961-1962
folder 6 Ivey- LaCroix 1889-1989

Box 55
folder 1 Lamme, B.S. 1915-1984
folder 2 LaMont- McVickers 1938-1993
Mechlin, George F.
folder 3 Articles and speeches 1978-1982
folder 4 Correspondence 1970-1974
folder 5 Correspondence 1975
folder 6 Correspondence 1976
folder 7 Correspondence 1977
folder 8 Correspondence 1978

Box 56
folder 1 Correspondence (January- May) 1979
folder 2 Correspondence (June- December) 1979
folder 3 Correspondence (January- July) 1980
folder 4 Correspondence (August- December) 1980
folder 5 Correspondence (January- May) 1981
folder 6 Correspondence (June- December) 1981
folder 7 Correspondence (January- July) 1982

Box 57
folder 1 Correspondence (August- December) 1982
folder 2 Correspondence (January- May) 1983
folder 3 Correspondence (June- December) 1983
folder 4 Correspondence (January- June) 1984
folder 5 Correspondence (July- December) 1984
folder 6 Correspondence 1985

Box 58
folder 1 Correspondence 1986
folder 2 Correspondence (January- May) 1987
folder 3 Meess- Numero 1944-1996
folder 4 Nadai, Arpad L. 1911-1945
folder 5 Oates- Rotelli 1925-1996
Ruch, Charles

Box 59
folder 1 Articles 1986-1990
folder 2 as George Westinghouse, Jr. 1986-1987
Correspondence files
folder 3 undated undated
folder 4 1962-1979 1962-1979
folder 5 1980 1980
folder 6 1981 1981
folder 7 1982 1982
folder 8 1983 1983

Box 60
folder 1 1984 1984
folder 2 1985 1985
folder 3 1986 1986
folder 4 1987 1987

Box 61
folder 1 1988 (1) 1988
folder 2 1988 (2) 1988
folder 3 1989 (1) 1989
folder 4 1989 (2) 1989
folder 5 1990 (1) 1990

Box 62
folder 1 1990 (2) 1990
folder 2 1991 (1) 1991
folder 3 1991 (2) 1991

Box 63
folder 1 1992 (1) 1992
folder 2 1992 (2) 1992
folder 3 1993 (1) 1993
folder 4 1993 (2) 1993

Box 64
folder 1 1994 (1) 1994
folder 2 1994 (2) 1994
folder 3 1995 (1) 1995
folder 4 1995 (2) 1995
folder 5 1996 (1) 1996

Box 65
folder 1 1996 (2) 1996
folder 2 1997 (1) 1997
folder 3 1997 (2) 1997
folder 4 1998 1998
folder 5 Expense reports 1986-1994
Notebooks
folder 6 1981-1985 1981-1985

Box 66
folder 1 1986-1989 1986-1989
folder 2 1989-1993 1989-1993
folder 3 Personal notes undated
folder 4 Review copy of "Westinghouse" 1996
folder 5 Safety Observer Program 1989
Thank Yous
folder 6 undated undated
folder 7 1985 1985
folder 8 1986 1986
folder 9 1987 1987
folder 10 1988 1988

Box 67
folder 1 1989 1989
folder 2 1990 1990
folder 3 1991 1991
folder 4 1992 1992
folder 5 1993 1993
folder 6 1994 1994
folder 7 1995 1995
folder 8 1996 1996
folder 9 Rumbels- Slade 1887-1993
Slepian, Joseph
folder 10 Articles 1943-1965
folder 11 Biographical information 1910-1956
folder 12 Correspondence 1914-1965

Box 68
folder 1 Edison Medal 1947-1948
folder 2 Figuring book 1915-1917
folder 3 Inventor cards and patent forms 1917-1958
folder 4 List of research reports and patent suggestions 1952
folder 5 Notes 1917-1918
volume 12 Patent disclosure book 1919
folder 6 Reports 1918-1919
folder 7 Sletten- Taft 1956-1993
folder 8 Taylor, Hobart Jr. 1966-1974
folder 9 Tesla, Nikola 1889-1996

Box 69
folder 1 Thomas- Ulrey 1926-1987
folder 2 Vaill- Zworykin 1941-1994
Series IV. Exhibitions 1895-1965
Scope and Content Notes:

This series is arranged chronologically. It consists of Westinghouse materials from numerous fairs including the World’s Fairs of 1939 and 1964-1965, both held in New York. In it are brochures, booklets, articles, and correspondence about the Westinghouse Electric exhibits and buildings. Among many popular Westinghouse attractions at the 1939 World’s Fair were the Tower of Light, Elektro the Mechanical Man, and the Time Capsule. Also in 1939, Westinghouse produced a film titled “The Middleton Family at the World’s Fair.” This full-color, hour long movie was filmed at the Westinghouse building on the grounds of the World’s Fair, and depicted the experience of a typical American family at the World’s Fair. Among the materials for this event are a script and promotional materials. Advertising posters for the films are available in the oversize collection (MSO #424).


Box 70
folder 1 1893, World's Columbian (Chicago, IL) 1934-1993
folder 2 1895, Cotton States and International (Atlanta, GA) 1895
folder 3 1895, Cotton States and International, Dixie magazine 1895
folder 4 1933, Chicago World's Fair 1933
folder 5 1936, Texas Centennial Central (Dallas, TX) 1937
folder 6 1939, Golden Gate (San Francisco, CA) 1939
1939, New York World's Fair
folder 7 1938-1939 1938-1939
folder 8 1939-1997 1939-1997
folder 9 Middleton Family 1939
folder 10 Operating equipment information 1940
folder 11 Publicity correspondence 1938-1940
folder 12 Time capsule 1938-1984
1964-1965, New York World's Fair
folder 13 1963-1965 1963-1965
folder 14 Fact book 1965
folder 15 Time Capsule Selection Committee Report 1965
Series V. Facilities 1895-1996
Scope and Content Notes:

This series contains both collective and specific information about Westinghouse Electric Corporation manufacturing and service facilities and division headquarters. This series contains information specifically about facilities, not the products produced there. All product information will be found in the Products series (series IX). In addition, information about the Research and Development/ Science and Technology Center has been filed under its own series due to the size and complexity of the materials.

In this series, a few general folders contain comprehensive lists or directories of facilities and contacts within them. Also in this general subseries is the “Special Section” folder which contains small facility-specific booklets that were inserted into the general company employee handbook. They are too numerous for individual folders and therefore have been collected into this one folder.

Materials in the specific facility folders are mostly brochures, directories, and maps. They are arranged alphabetically by geographic location or name of the facility (East Pittsburgh, Gateway, etc.). (In most cases, the name of the facility was its location.) Individual international facilities are filed by the name of the country in which they operated (such as United Kingdom or China).

There are also oversized maps of the East Pittsburgh facility available in the oversize collection (MSO #424)

Subseries General

Box 71
folder 1 Booklet c1901
Directories
folder 2 1931 1931
folder 3 1946 1946
folder 4 1955-1961 1955-1961
folder 5 1978-1991 1978-1991
Lists of Facilities
folder 6 1913 1913
folder 7 1940-1948 1940-1948
folder 8 "Quick Facts" booklets for individual facilities 1964
folder 9 "Special Section" for employee manuals undated
Subseries Specific
folder 10 Apparatus Service Division directory (Pittsburgh) 1978
folder 11 Attica Works (NY) undated
folder 12 Baltimore, MD 1948-1954
folder 13 Beaver, PA (Standard Control Division) c1952
folder 14 "Castle" (Headquarters- Wilmerding, PA) 1912-1993
China
folder 15 Product Contract Specifications undated
folder 16 Training program 1981
folder 17 Collins Avenue (Pittsburgh, PA) 1959
folder 18 Columbus, OH 1953
East Pittsburgh
folder 19 75th Anniversary 1970
folder 20 Articles 1895-1993
folder 21 Brochures c1956-c1968
folder 22 Central Library 1940
Employee Statistic Data sheets

Box 72
folder 1 1921-1926 1921-1926
folder 2 1927-1933 1927-1933
folder 3 1933-1940 1933-1940
folder 4 1941-1946 1941-1946
folder 5 1947-1952 1947-1952
folder 6 1953-1956 1953-1956
folder 7 1956-1958 1956-1958
folder 8 1959-1960 1959-1960

Box 73
folder 1 Executive Council Dinner 1929
folder 2 Facility information 1926-1987
folder 3 Feeder Division 1950
folder 4 Flood control 1957
George Westinghouse Bridge
folder 5 1930-1933 1930-1933
folder 6 1934-1935 1934-1935
folder 7 1936-1993 1936-1993
folder 8 Dedication scrapbook 1932
folder 9 Histories c1945-1989
folder 10 Keystone Commons 1989-1996
folder 11 Large Rotating Apparatus Plant c1980
folder 12 Maps 1952-1987
folder 13 Organizational Chart 1957
folder 14 UniVac System 1957
folder 15 East Springfield, MA c1935-1954
folder 16 Garrison Place (Pittsburgh, PA) 1990-1994
Gateway Center (Pittsburgh, PA)
folder 17 Art Work 1970-1971
folder 18 Articles 1967-1998
folder 19 Design maintenance 1971
folder 20 Directory 1980
folder 21 Directory 1991
folder 22 Directory 1995
folder 23 Opening c1968
folder 24 Personal Computer Procedures 1989
folder 25 Hanford (Richland, WA) undated
folder 26 Homewood, PA 1926
folder 27 Indianapolis, IL 1954

Box 74
folder 1 Lester, PA c1980-1983
folder 2 Metuchen, NJ (Radio-Television Division) c1953
Newark Works (Newark, NJ)
folder 3 Budget 1956
folder 4 Correspondence 1954
folder 5 History 1928
folder 6 New West Urban Renewal Co. Trial 1996
folder 7 Nuclear International- Europe 1974-1983
folder 8 Orlando, FL (Steam Turbine-Generator Division) undated
folder 9 Repair Plants 1986
folder 10 Sandusky, OH (Small Motor Division) 1954
folder 11 Sharon, PA (Transformer Division) c1956
folder 12 South Philadelphia (Tinicom Township, PA) c1948
folder 13 Sunbury, PA (Television-Radio Division) 1952
folder 14 Sunnyvale, CA (Hendy Iron Works- Marine Division) c1950-1995
folder 15 Trafford, PA (Micarta Division) 1954
United Kingdom
folder 16 London Offices undated
folder 17 Metropolitan-Vickers 1919-1994
folder 18 Ottermill Chilton Electronics (Hungerford) 1973
folder 19 Trafford Park (Manchester) undated
folder 20 Washington, D.C. directories 1970-1971
folder 21 West Mifflin, PA (Transportation Division) 1971
folder 22 Westinghouse-Norwalk (Norwalk, NJ) undated
folder 23 WINCO (Westinghouse Idaho Nuclear Co., Inc.) 1986-1990
Series VI. George Westinghouse, Jr. 1865-1997
Scope and Content Notes:

This series contains biographical information about the founder of the Westinghouse Electric Corporation, George Westinghouse, Jr., and is arranged alphabetically by folder title. Articles about the life of George Westinghouse, Jr. and his contributions to society will be found here as well as a number of short biographies written about him. Information about memorials dedicated to him, awards received, his patents, residences, and descendants will also be found in this series. Of particular interest are two folders of employees’ reminisces of George Westinghouse, Jr. collected in 1935.


Box 75
folder 1 140th Birthday speech by D.D. Danforth 1986
folder 2 150th Birthday celebration 1996
folder 3 "About George Westinghouse and the Polyphase Electric Current" by A. Robertson 1943
folder 4 American Society of Mechanical Engineers Commemoration 1937
folder 5 "Anecdotes and Reminiscences" by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers 1939
folder 6 Articles 1905-1929
folder 7 Articles 1930-1969
folder 8 Articles 1970-1997
folder 9 Award received 1940-1957

Box 76
folder 1 Biographical video script undated
folder 2 Birthplace 1936
folder 3 Centennial Forum 1946
folder 4 Centennial, "Scenes from a Great Life" booklet 1946
folder 5 Correspondence c1890-1913
folder 6 Correspondence about George Westinghouse 1914-1997
folder 7 Descendants 1900-1996
folder 8 Documentary materials (1) c1987
folder 9 Documentary materials (2) c1987

Box 77
folder 1 Documentary materials (3) c1987
folder 2 Erskine Park residence (Lenox, MA) c1987
folder 3 Family tree undated
folder 4 "George Westinghouse" by Public Relations c1960
folder 5 "George Westinghouse, 1864-1914" 1946
folder 6 George Westinghouse Days Festival (Wilmerding, PA) 1988-1996
folder 7 "George Westinghouse: His Life and Achievements" by F. Crane 1925
folder 8 "George Westinghouse: The Man" by C Horrocks 1914
folder 9 "George Westinghouse: A Tribute" by A. Warren undated
folder 10 Glen Eyre (rail car) c1992
folder 11 "History of the Air Brake" by G. Westinghouse, Jr. 1910
folder 12 McKinley Memorial bust 1919-1920
volume 13 Obituaries 1914
folder 13 Patents 1865-1918
folder 14 Patents in Estate (list) 1915
folder 15 Reminiscences of, Vol. I, A-J (USE COPY) 1935-1936
folder 16 Reminiscences of, Vol. I, A-J (original) 1935-1936

Box 78
folder 1 Reminiscences of, Vol. II, K-Z (USE COPY) 1935-1936
folder 2 Reminiscences of, Vol. II, K-Z (original) 1935-1936
folder 3 Reminiscences and Golden Jubilee history project correspondence 1932-1939
folder 4 Schenley Park Memorial c1920-1995
folder 5 Smithsonian Book of Invention 1978
folder 6 Speeches by George Westinghouse, Jr. 1903-1911
folder 7 S.S. George Westinghouse undated
folder 8 "The Time Thomas Edison Was Wrong" by T. Phares 1979
folder 9 Union College, Nott Memorial Exhibit 1996
folder 10 Washington, D.C. residence undated
folder 11 Westinghouse, PA c1946
folder 12 "Years of Greatness" by A. Boretz undated
Series VII. Histories 1902-1989
Scope and Content Notes:

This series consists of speeches, articles, and publications written about the Westinghouse Electric Corporation in general. These histories are so general that they do not fit into product, facility, or another series. Many of these materials are of a commemorative nature, recounting the history of the Corporation and its achievements. Therefore, this series also contains information about the Westinghouse anniversary celebrations. This series is arranged differently from other series in the collection, in that it is arranged chronologically by the date the material was written. This was done in order to aid users who are looking for histories written at a certain chronological time, rather than a specific title of the history. However the title of each history (when available) is listed as the folder heading for reference as well. These titles may also help the user gain a slightly more specific idea about the subject of the material in the folder.


Box 79
folder 1 Chronologies and list of achievements 1906-1986
folder 2 Correspondence 1920-1995
folder 3 General histories (articles and untitled pieces) 1939-1992
folder 4 Speeches (general and untitled) c1930
folder 5 undated- "The Westinghouse Story: The Dreams of a Man" undated
folder 6 c1902- "Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company c1902
folder 7 c1914, "The 1907 Panic" by E.H. Heinricks c1914
folder 8 c1914, "Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company" from Corporate Promotions and Reorganizations c1914
folder 9 c1915, "Westinghouse Achievements in the Early Years of its History" by B.G. Lamme c1915
folder 10 c1918, "Systems, Methods, Processes, Apparatus, and Schemes in which Westinghouse Company has let in design of application" c1918
folder 11 c1920, Timeline and Reference cards c1920
folder 12 c1923, "Brief Account of the Early Days of the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company" c1923
folder 13 1923, "Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company and Subsidiary Companies" 1923
folder 14 1923, "Westinghouse: the Organization 1923

Box 80
folder 1 1924, "Early Days in the Westinghouse Shops" by Charles F. Scott 1924
folder 2 1924, "Forty Years Ago" 1924
folder 3 1924, "The Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company: Its Engineering and its Engineers" by C.F. Skinner 1924
folder 4 1925, "Brief Account of the Early Days of the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company" 1925
folder 5 1925, "Historic Highlights in the Development of the Electrical Industry" 1925
folder 6 c1925, "The Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company" c1925
folder 7 1927, "Achievements of the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company in the Electric Power Industry" 1927
folder 8 c1927, "Westinghouse Achievements" c1927
folder 9 1927, "Influence of Electricity on District" 1927
folder 10 1929, "Early History of the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company 1929
folder 11 1929, "Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, History of 1929
folder 12 c1930, "Westinghouse, Pioneer" script c1930
folder 13 1931, "Part of Westinghouse in Modern Engineering" 1931
folder 14 1931, "Some Recollections of Half a Century" by E.S. McClelland, Sr. 1931
folder 15 1931, "Ten Years with Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company" 1931
folder 16 1931, "Westinghouse- Two Generations of Progress" 1931
folder 17 1933, "Westinghouse Engineering Developments in 1932" 1933
folder 18 1936, "Adventures in Power" 1936
folder 19 1936, "Calling the Roll of Fifty Years" 1936
folder 20 1936, "Fifty Years in Electric Power Generation" 1936
folder 21 1936, "Fifty Years of Westinghouse Research" 1936
folder 22 1936, "The First Fifty Years" 1936

Box 81
folder 1 1936, Golden Jubilee Program 1936
folder 2 1936, "A Half a Century of Engineering Progress" 1936
folder 3 c1936, "My visit to the Westinghouse Plant" 1936
folder 4 1936, Notes on Fifty Years of Industrial Relations 1936
folder 5 1936, "The Spirit of Westinghouse" (play by Boston Sales Office) 1936
folder 6 1936, "Westinghouse Celebrates First 50 Years" 1936
folder 7 1936, "Westinghouse: Past, Present, and Future" 1936
folder 8 1937, Mechanical Engineering article (untitled) 1937
folder 9 1938, "The Story of Nine Years" 1938
folder 10 1938, untitled 1938
folder 11 1939, "These Ten Years" 1939
folder 12 c1940, "Memories of the Research Lab" by H.H. Galleher c1940
folder 13 1946, "Pittsburgh Section" 1946
folder 14 1950, "Through the Years with Westinghouse" 1950
folder 15 1951-1954, "Atoms to Zirconium" 1951-1954
folder 16 1952, "This is Your Company" 1952
folder 17 1953, "Fifty Years of Progress with Canada, 1903-1953" 1953
folder 18 1953, "George Started Something" 1953
folder 19 1954, "Notes on the History of Engineering Journalism at Westinghouse" 1954
folder 20 1961, 75th Anniversary newsletter" 1961
folder 21 1961, "Seventy-fifth Anniversary Program" 1961
folder 22 1969, untitled 1969
folder 23 1971, "The Westinghouse Story" 1971
folder 24 1976, 90th Anniversary Celebration 1976
folder 25 c1976, "Westinghouse Electric Corporation" c1976
folder 26 1976, Westinghouse News Anniversary issue 1976

Box 82
folder 1 1985, "Organizational Evolution of Westinghouse" 1985
folder 2 1985, "Westinghouse Electric Corporation" 1985
folder 3 1986, Centennial Awards 1986
folder 4 1986, Westinghouse Centennial Celebration 1986
folder 5 1986, Westinghouse Centennial Review notes 1986
folder 6 1989, "Historic Pittsburgh 1886" 1989
folder 7 1989, "Westinghouse Electric Corporation" 1989
Series VIII. Press Releases 1929-1988
Scope and Content Notes:

This series consists of official press releases made by the Westinghouse Electric Corporation about a wide range of topics including their products, employees, facilities, and research. They are arranged chronologically. Photographs were attached to many of these press releases, but for preservation reasons the photographs have been separated from the document and cataloged separately. Photographs can be identified through the PR number listed at the end of each press release document. Included in this series is also a card catalog index of press releases from 1955-1975 that provides the topic, date, and corresponding photographs for each press release.

folder 8 Index 1930-1955
folder 9 Photograph captions undated
folder 10 Undated undated
folder 11 1929 1929
folder 12 1932 1932
folder 13 1936 1936
folder 14 1938-1939 1938-1939

Box 83
folder 1 1940-1945 1940-1945
folder 2 1940-1945 1946-1948
folder 3 1950-1952 1950-1952
folder 4 1953-1955 1953-1955
folder 5 1955-1956 (strikes) 1955-1956
folder 6 1956-1957 1956-1957
folder 7 1958 1958
folder 8 1959 1959
folder 9 1960 1960
folder 10 1961 1961

Box 83A
box 83A Index for 1955-1975 1955-1975

Box 84
folder 1 1962-1963 1962-1963
folder 2 1964 1964
folder 3 1965 1965
folder 4 1966 1966
folder 5 1967 1967
folder 6 1968 1968
folder 7 1969 1969

Box 85
folder 1 1970 1970
folder 2 1971 (1) 1971
folder 3 1971 (2) 1971
folder 4 1972 1972
folder 5 1973 1973
folder 6 1974 1974
folder 7 1975 1975
folder 8 1976 1976
folder 9 1977 1977
folder 10 1982 1982
folder 11 1985-1986 1985-1986
folder 12 1988 1988
Series IX. Products 1886-1997
Scope and Content Notes:

This series contains information about products manufactured by Westinghouse Electric. Information regarding plants that manufactured specific products will not be found here, but in the Facilities series.

This series is divided into two subseries: General and Specific. This was necessary because some of the materials in this series are bound catalogs that contain information about many different products and therefore could not be placed into one product group. The General subseries contains these bound catalogs that include everything that Westinghouse Electric manufactured- from motors to light bulbs and appliances. The 1892 catalogs are narrative in style, with few images of the products, while the 1893 catalog consists of product photographs only. Customers would then request more information about a product from the Company. The 1920 general catalog is the first to combine narrative and image as well as list the price of the products.

Also in the General subseries are other manuals that cover a broad range of products. The General Order Manual outlines the proper procedures that employees should use when submitting a purchase order and when dealing with a government contract, in particular with the War Department. The Power Department Technical Data book contains technical data about machines produced by the Power Department- generators, turbines, reduction gears, air ejectors, and condensers. The Resale Commercial Data books were produced to ensure company-wide knowledge of contracts with appliance and machinery manufacturers that used Westinghouse Electric products in their appliances and machines. Knowledge of these contracts would then improve the technical support services that Westinghouse provided to these companies, and also help Westinghouse pinpoint fundamental problems with their products. Lastly, the Stock Identification Record contains information on every product Westinghouse Electric produced. It contains a short description of the product, its identification number, and its schedule number.

Subseries General

Box 86
folder 1 Aesthetic Design 1930
folder 2 "Electricity for Machine Driving" 1898
folder 3 Engineers Technical Data 1910
folder 4 Erecting Engineering Data c1907
folder 5 Factory Testing 1917-1928
volume 14 Fields book #1 (first machines produced and ordered) c1889
General Catalogs
folder 6 1888 (copy) 1888
folder 7 1892 1892
folder 8 1892 (c.2) 1892
folder 9 1893 1893

Box 87
folder 1 1920 1920
folder 2 1921-1922 1921-1922
folder 3 1921-1922 (c.2) 1921-1922
folder 4 1923-1924 1923-1924
folder 5 1925-1927 1925-1927
folder 6 1928-1929 1928-1929

Box 88
folder 1 1931-1932 1931-1932
folder 2 1931-1932 (c.2) 1931-1932
folder 3 1939-1940 1939-1940
folder 4 1939-1940 (c.2) 1939-1940
folder 5 General Order Manual 1945
folder 6 Price list 1889
folder 7 Resale Commercial Data (Appliance Manufacturers) 1925-c1926
folder 8 Resale Commercial Data (Machinery Manufacturers) c1926

Box 89
volume 15 Samples and Testing record book 1898
folder 1 Stock Identification Record 1929
folder 2 Testing 1942

Box 90
folder 1 Wholesale Electrical Apparatus catalog 1941
Subseries Specific
Alternating Current
folder 2 AIEE article abstract 1895
folder 3 "Alternating Current Development in America" by William Stanely 1912
folder 4 American Organization of the Manufacture of Alternating-Current Apparatus undated
folder 5 Anniversary materials 1911-1958
folder 6 Articles 1887-1949
folder 7 Articles 1950-1998
folder 8 Articles about safety of alternating current 1889-1890
folder 9 Autovalve Arrester undated
folder 10 "The Beginning of Electric Power" undated

Box 91
folder 1 Black Canyon Hydroelectric Project 50th Anniversary (PBS documentary) 1985
folder 2 "The Coming of Alternating Current" by B.G. Lamme c1910
folder 3 "Contributions of Westinghouse to the Alternating Current System" 1929
folder 4 Correspondence 1936-1942
folder 5 Electric Chair articles 1889-1990
folder 6 Electric Duel article 1889
folder 7 Great Barrington, MA test 1886
folder 8 IEEE and Surge Protection ('Lightning Arresters') 1941-1950
folder 9 Instruments 1933-1934
folder 10 Frequency standardization 1997
folder 11 Fuse blocks 1900-1904
folder 12 Legal aspects 1886-1889
folder 13 Long distance transmission (correspondence) 1905
folder 14 Meters 1905-1976
folder 15 "Merchandising the Kilowatt" 1929
folder 16 New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad electrification 1982
folder 17 Niagara Falls Power Station 1886-1982

Box 92
folder 1 Ottawa, Canada 1937
folder 2 Polyphase System installation list 1898
folder 3 Pomona Water Power Plant 1955
folder 4 Rectifiers (Ignitron) undated
folder 5 Sales book entries 1890-1891
folder 6 Surge Testing 1947
folder 7 Telluride, CO transmission, 1890 1957-1991
folder 8 "Westinghouse Alternating of Electrical Lighting" article 1887
folder 9 "Westinghouse Contributions to the Alternating Current" 1934-1949
Appliances
folder 10 Air Conditioners 1934-1949
Catalogs
folder 11 1966 1966
folder 12 1970 1970
folder 13 1971 1971

Box 93
folder 1 1974 1974
folder 2 Clothes Washer and Dryer c1950-1988
folder 3 Coca-cola coolers 1936
folder 4 Coffeemaker c1950
folder 5 Commercial 1933-1934
folder 6 Dishwasher 1966
folder 7 "Electric Home of Tomorrow" 1936
folder 8 Electric Knife undated
folder 9 Fan catalogs 1909-1969
folder 10 Fan instructions 1909-1940
folder 11 Food Mixer 1953
folder 12 Freezer 1947-1952
folder 13 Heating 1919-1957
folder 14 History (of appliance engineering) 1984

Box 94
folder 1 Irons 1919-c1930
folder 2 Kitchen colors c1960
folder 3 Kitchen planning 1949
folder 4 Luminous radiator 1914
folder 5 Range 1919-1966
folder 6 Refrigerator c1930-1974
folder 7 Renewal parts 1931
folder 8 Sewing machine 1917-c1926
folder 9 Skillet undated
folder 10 Speed Cooker 1951
folder 11 Stereo 1961-1971
folder 12 Stratovision (television broadcasting) 1965-1966

Box 95
folder 1 Television 1927-1989
folder 2 Television, F.C.C reports 1950
folder 3 Toasters undated
folder 4 Vacuum cleaner undated
folder 5 Waffle iron 1985
folder 6 Water cooler 1934
folder 7 White-Westinghouse catalog c1980
Automobile

folder 8 Articles 1954-c1980
folder 9 Verticle Parking machine, 1931 1988
folder 10 "Westinghouse and the Automotive Industry" c1953
Bryant (division of Westinghouse Electric)
folder 11 Circuit protection products 1974
folder 12 Wiring products 1973-1976
Control Systems

folder 13 CAM controllers 1929-1940
folder 14 Catalog 1975
folder 15 Control Development Report 1925-1926
folder 16 "Control Engineering, Drum Controller Data, Wiring Diagrams" 1929

Box 95A
folder 1 Control Engineering Hand Book (pages 2000-11100) 1929

Box 96
folder 1 "The Development of the Switchboard" by B.P. Rowe undated
folder 2 Electro/Center System 1973
folder 3 Interposing Logic System 1976
folder 4 Klydongraph undated
folder 5 Mini-Master Station 1976
folder 6 Miscellaneous 1972-1983
folder 7 Numa-Logic 1975
folder 8 Sensor and Control Capabilities c1970
folder 9 Spencer disk thermostat 1943
folder 10 Total Service c1970
folder 11 Veritrak 75 undated
Electric Railway Equipment

folder 12 50-Ton locomotive 1924
folder 13 "50 Years of Westinghouse in Transit Development" 1936
folder 14 "The ABC of the Electric Car" 1925
folder 15 Advertisements 1920-1940
folder 16 "All in a Days Work" 1930
folder 17 American Electric Railway Association Conference exhibit 1913-1930
folder 18 American Transit Association convention undated
folder 19 Armatures 1900-1903
folder 20 Articles 1902-1987
folder 21 Baldwin-Westinghouse Locomotives 1903-1915

Box 97
folder 1 Baldwin-Westinghouse Locomotives 1920-1931
folder 2 "Brief Outline of ht Development and Progress of the Electric Railway Industry" 1923
folder 3 "Cars and Car Equipment" 1920
folder 4 "Cars and Car Equipment" 1927-1930
Catalogs
folder 5 1983 1983
folder 6 1894-1896 1894-1896
folder 7 1917-1929 1917-1929
folder 8 Catenary lines 1905-1908

Box 98
folder 1 Circuit breakers 1902-1904
folder 2 "The Cleveland Railway" 1924
folder 3 Controller parts and price list 1921-1928
folder 4 Controls 1896-1939
folder 5 Correspondence 1912-1916
folder 6 Cos Cob Power Plant 1993
folder 7 "The Development of the Electric Locomotive" 1924
folder 8 Diesel Electric Locomotives undated
folder 9 Diverters 1900-1902
folder 10 "Economics in Railway Operation" 1912
folder 11 "Eighty Rapid Transit Years" undated
folder 12 Electric locomotive data 1912-1926
folder 13 "Electric Mine Locomotives and Motors" 1899
folder 14 Electric Railway Apparatus" 1893
folder 15 "Electric Railway Equipment" 1929
folder 16 "Electric Railway Power Apparatus" 1914
folder 17 "Electric Street Car Equipment" 1896

Box 99
folder 1 "Electric Street Railway Motor" 1890
folder 2 Electrification data 1916
folder 3 Electrification of Railroad as a war measure 1918
folder 4 firsts 1946
folder 5 Foreign (articles and equipment) 1906-c1983
folder 6 Fuse blocks 1902-1904
folder 7 Generators 1895
folder 8 Images c1900
folder 9 "Low Voltage Trolley Line Material" 1906-1907
folder 10 Metromover 1986
folder 11 Mine trolleys 1941
folder 12 Motors 1916
folder 13 "Multiple Unit Trains and HL Control" 1912
folder 14 "Operating Results with PCC Cars" 1939
folder 15 Parts 1907
folder 16 "Progress in Electric Railway Transportation" 1927
folder 17 "Railroads Make and Maintain Business" advertisements 1926
folder 18 "Railway Equipment" 1910
folder 19 Recent Improvements in Railway Apparatus 1911
folder 20 Renewal Part Sales 1929-1932
folder 21 Round House Turntable 1898
folder 22 "The Safety Car" 1920

Box 100
folder 1 Single-Phase System 1904-1929
folder 2 "Steam Railroad Electrification" 1906
folder 3 Substation Equipment 1914-1923
folder 4 "Testimonials Regarding Railway Apparatus" 1893
folder 5 "Unit Switch Control Apparatus" 1912
folder 6 "The Westinghouse Companies in the Railway and Industrial Fields" 1905
folder 7 "Westinghouse Transit Expressway, South Park" 1966
folder 8 WN Reduction Drive 1930-1933
Electric Vehicles
folder 9 Articles 1976-1992
folder 10 Catalogs c1910
folder 11 Coach 1925-1929
folder 12 Correspondence 1939-1987
folder 13 Golf Car 1973-1987
folder 14 International Electric Vehicle Symposium 1969
folder 15 Lotus 1964
folder 16 Markette I and II 1967-1977
Engines
folder 17 Articles 1903-c1940
folder 18 Correspondence 1928
Gas

Box 101
folder 1 1899 1899
folder 2 1901-1904 1901-1904
folder 3 1906-1911 1906-1911
folder 4 1915 1915
Steam
folder 5 undated undated
folder 6 1888 1888
folder 7 1890 1890
folder 8 1891 1891
folder 9 1893-1895 1893-1895
folder 10 1899-1901 1889-1901
folder 11 1902-1904 1902-1904

Box 102
folder 1 1905-1906 1905-1906
folder 2 Traction 1970
Generators

folder 3 Alternating Current technical data 1920-1934
folder 4 Conference with the Association of Edison Illuminating Companies 1954
folder 5 Converters 1904-1911
folder 6 Course (for Engineers' Club) 1972
folder 7 Field Engineer notebooks 1913-1915
folder 8 History (by B.G. Lamme) c1913
folder 9 Illinois Public Utilities 1941
folder 10 Inner-cooled 1951-1988
folder 11 Instruction books 1943-1945
folder 12 Karlovitz-Halasz 1946

Box 103
folder 1 Meeting minutes and reports 1950-1954
folder 2 Milwaukee Harvester Co. 1896
folder 3 Motor generators 1921
folder 4 Oklahoma Gas and Electric Co. 1968
folder 5 Rotor video script (for training in China) 1985
folder 6 Tesla Polyphase System c1900
folder 7 Verticle (for waterwheel drives) 1918
folder 8 Water undated
Industrial Machines and Tools
folder 9 Alternating current form wound machines 1974
folder 10 Articles 1911
folder 11 Catalog 1946-1954
folder 12 Construction Industry c1980
folder 13 Direct current machines 1974
folder 14 Drives 1904-1977

Box 104
folder 1 "Electricity in the Steel Industry" 1918
folder 2 Fans 1921-1926
folder 3 Firth-Stirling Co. (Demmler, PA) 1907
folder 4 Forums and speeches 1902-1941
folder 5 Gear motors c1938-1960
folder 6 Heating equipment 1934-c1980
folder 7 Homestead Steel Works c1926
folder 8 Induction heating 1977
folder 9 Inspection forms undated
folder 10 Limit switches 1933-1937
folder 11 Machine images undated
folder 12 Motors and controllers 1907-1979
folder 13 Painting manual 1944
folder 14 Petroleum Industry c1980
folder 15 "Power for Steel" 1944-1952
folder 16 Pulp and Paper Industry c1980

Box 105
folder 1 Steel Mills 1910-c1980
folder 2 Textile Mills 1910
folder 3 Thyristor Power Supplies 1976
folder 4 Tool Stencils 1939
folder 5 Unimation Robotic Systems undated
folder 6 US Steel 1959
folder 7 Welding Electrodes 1976
folder 8 Welding Protection undated
Lighting
folder 9 Arc Lighting undated
folder 10 Atlantic City Auditorium and Convention Hall 1929
folder 11 Commercial 1933-1934
folder 12 Correspondence and Articles 1974
folder 13 Fluorescent 1940-1973
folder 14 Lamp Division Fact Book 1981
folder 15 Nerst Lamp 1901-1983
folder 16 Planning and information booklets 1904-1958
folder 17 Rectigon 1934
folder 18 Sawyer-Man Lamps 1878-1904
folder 19 Stopper-Lamp undated
folder 20 Street 1904-1922
folder 21 Tungsten Lamps 1909
folder 22 Westinghouse Lighting Institute (New York) undated
Motors


Box 106
folder 1 Alternating Current and Direct Current (general) 1900-1981
folder 2 Armatures 1943
folder 3 Circuit Protection 1975
folder 4 Drive Systems 1979
folder 5 Efficiency 1977
folder 6 Fractional-Horsepower undated
folder 7 Gearmotors and Speed Reducers 1934
folder 8 Induction 1921
folder 9 Industrial 1936-1976
folder 10 Integral Horsepower 1974
folder 11 Offshore Applications undated
folder 12 Punch Press 1928
folder 13 Rayon Spinning 1949
folder 14 Single Phase 1929
folder 15 Starters 1971-1974
folder 16 Synchronous 1942-c1980
folder 17 Synchronous Condensers 1958
folder 18 Two-Speed 1979
folder 19 V-Belts 1933
Motor and Control Price Books

Box 107
folder 1 General 1923
folder 2 General 1924
folder 3 General 1925
folder 4 General 1923-1931

Box 108
folder 1 Homewood Works 1929
folder 2 Homewood Works 1929-1932
folder 3 Machinery Manufacturers 1922-1926
folder 4 Machinery Manufacturers (c.2) 1922-1926
folder 5 Manufacturers/ AC only 1923-1926
folder 6 Metal and Woodworking 1922-1925

Box 109
folder 1 Metal and Woodworking (c.2) 1922-1925
folder 2 Pumps and Compressors 1922-1926
Nuclear Power


Box 110
folder 1 Atom Smasher 1941
folder 2 Bettis Medallion Award 1957
folder 3 BR-3 Reactor undated
folder 4 Clinch River Breeder Reactor Project (Oak Ridge, TN) 1974
folder 5 Clinch River Breeder Reactor Plant Report 1974
folder 6 D-Loop Testing 1985
folder 7 Enterprise (marine) 1960
folder 8 Floating power plants 1973
folder 9 Florida Power and Light Co., Turkey Point Power Plant 1983
folder 10 General articles 1943-1996
folder 11 "Is the Challenge Gone?" by Charles Weaver 1966
folder 12 Liquid Metal Fast Breeder Reactor c1974
folder 13 Long Beach Cruiser Ship 1959
folder 14 Nautilus 1954-1961
folder 15 NERVA (Nuclear Propulsion for Space) c1970
folder 16 Nuclear power plant sales 1959
folder 17 Operation Crossroads (atomic bomb tests) 1946
folder 18 Pressurized Water Reactor Plants 1954-1986
folder 19 Recycle Fuels Plant (Anderson, SC) c1974
folder 20 Safety 1973-1974
folder 21 Savannah River Plant undated

Box 111
folder 1 Shippingport Atomic Power Station c1957
folder 2 Shippingport Atomic Power Station 1960
folder 3 Shippingport publicity book 1957
folder 4 Speech 1976
folder 5 USS Skate 1957
folder 6 Washington State (Hanford, WA) undated
folder 7 Wyoming Mineral Corporation (Bruni, TX plant) 1975
folder 8 Yankee Atomic Electric Plant (MA) c1958
folder 9 Zirconium 1953
Petroleum
folder 10 Advertising pamphlets c1920
folder 11 Articles 1926-1943
folder 12 Handbooks 1928
folder 13 Memo 1938
folder 14 Product booklets 1938-c1970
Radio

folder 15 Articles 1921-1990
folder 16 General equipment undated
folder 17 HAM radio publications undated
folder 18 Oscillators c1930-1944
folder 19 Police equipment 1934
folder 20 Railroad equipment 1946
folder 21 Receivers 1919-1971

Box 112
folder 1 Transmitters 1940-1946
Rural Electrification

folder 2 4-H Electric Program 1936-1959
folder 3 Advertisements 1919-1944
folder 4 Appliances and equipment 1940-1952
folder 5 Articles 1925-1952
folder 6 Automatic Electric Service Plant instruction book (B-2) undated
folder 7 Automatic Electric Service Plant instruction book (E-35, E-36, E-38) undated
folder 8 Catalogs 1925-1941
folder 9 Correspondence 1930-1941
folder 10 Dealer and Sales information 1926-1940
Light and Power Plant Instruction books
folder 11 E-30 1922-1923

Box 113
folder 1 E-60 c1925
folder 2 E-63 c1925
folder 3 E-66 c1925
folder 4 E-83 undated
folder 5 E-86 undated
folder 6 E-88 undated
folder 7 Lighting 1947-1951
folder 8 Market analysis 1930
folder 9 Motors 1939-1949
folder 10 Power Plants 1888-1938
folder 11 Power Plant Lubrication manuals undated
folder 12 Promotional materials undated
folder 13 Promotional materials 1927-1947
folder 14 Renewal parts 1926-1933
folder 15 Rural Electrification series 1942-1943
folder 16 Service manuals 1928-1934
folder 17 Transformers and Transmission lines 1920-1938
folder 18 "Westinghouse Pictorial Farm Light Show" c1930
Switchgears and Circuit Breakers


Box 114
folder 1 Articles and correspondence 1918-1958
folder 2 Bushing tester 1935
folder 3 Catalog 1939
folder 4 Circuit Breakers 1933-1960
folder 5 Circuit Breaker Data and Notes 1927-1947
folder 6 Circuit Breaker Testing Laboratory 1926-1935
folder 7 De-Ion Circuit Breaker 1929-1973
folder 8 De-Ion Circuit Breaker instructions 1933-1954
folder 9 Feeder- Voltage Regulators 1933-1934
folder 10 Lightning Arresters 1923-1930
folder 11 Lightning Arresters 1959

Box 115
folder 1 IEEE and Surge Protection (Lightning Arrester) 1951-1958
folder 2 Linestarters undated
folder 3 Metal-Clad 1933-c1960
folder 4 Network Calculator 1930-1941
folder 5 NOFUSE 1933
folder 6 Oil Circuit Breakers 1908-1948
folder 7 Panelboards 1926-1941
folder 8 Rectifiers c1934
folder 9 Relays 1934
folder 10 SF6 Circuit Breaker 1961-1970
folder 11 Switchgear Data book 1929-1930
folder 12 Switchgear Data book 1934
folder 13 Switchgears 1949-1968
folder 14 Symposium on High and Extra High Voltage Apparatus Utilizing SF6 (conference in Russia) 1975
Transformers


Box 116
folder 1 Articles 1887-1965
folder 2 Correspondence 1925-1935
folder 3 Distribution transformers 1933-1934
folder 4 Enclosed 1949-1971
folder 5 Miscellaneous 1925-1934
folder 6 Service Center undated
folder 7 South Kensington Museum 1932
Turbines

folder 8 Coils undated
folder 9 Department of Defense Unit undated
folder 10 Gas 1944-1949
folder 11 Hydrogen-cooled 1955-1965
folder 12 Marine Steam Turbine c1910-1912
folder 13 PACE combined powerplant undated
folder 14 Patents 1945
folder 15 Product problems 1948-1950

Box 117
folder 1 Steam 1900-1972
folder 2 Steam Service Data 1936-1947
folder 3 Steam Service Data 1961
folder 4 Turbine-Generators 1929-1975
Miscellaneous


Box 118
folder 1 Architectural Systems Department c1970
folder 2 Automatic Material Handling System 1972
folder 3 Barcodes 1991
folder 4 Batteries 1977
folder 5 Battleship shock tester 1997
folder 6 Boiler undated
folder 7 Brushes 1929-1933
folder 8 Bus System (verticle) 1976
folder 9 Capacitors 1933-1934
folder 10 Cylsonic Cleaning Unit 1974
folder 11 Dome to Three Rivers Stadium c1977
folder 12 Electronics 1963
folder 13 Elevators 1944-1952
folder 14 Fire Engine (gasoline) 1954
folder 15 Greenhouse (portable) c1960
folder 16 Hospital Isolation System 1974
folder 17 Infra-Scan (Thermographic Inspection) 1976
folder 18 Insulation System c1975
folder 19 J34 engine 1950-1995
folder 20 Jumping Disk undated
folder 21 Magnet Wire undated
folder 22 Marine catalog 1925
folder 23 Melmac dinnerware 1960
folder 24 Micarta Cooper-clad Materials 1913-c1977
folder 25 Missle (Polaris) 1961
folder 26 Nameplates ("Westinghouse") 1947-1964
folder 27 Oil Switches 1906
folder 28 Oscillograph undated
folder 29 Oxygen Analyzer 1979
folder 30 Ozonizer 1913

Box 119
folder 1 Polyglas c1960
folder 2 Porcelain (insulators) undated
folder 3 Pumps 1960-1974
folder 4 Radars 1968-1991
folder 5 Rifle 1986
folder 6 Saranade (talking doll) undated
folder 7 Static Ground Detector, 1904 1983
folder 8 Sterilamp 1938
folder 9 Telescopes 1966
folder 10 Torpedoes (from Battlefronts of Industry ) 1948
folder 11 Ultrasonic Cleaning Equipment 1975
folder 12 Univac 1958
folder 13 Weather Satellite 1974
folder 14 Welding c1967
folder 15 Wind Tunnel 1954
folder 16 X-Ray 1948-1961
Series X. Publications 1904-1996
Scope and Content Notes:

This series contains only internal and external materials published by the Westinghouse Electric Corporation. In this series you will not find:

  • publications concerning specific products or events for which series have been established in this collection (i.e.- Electric Railroad Equipment, WWII, etc.).
  • publications produced by organizations other than Westinghouse Electric Corporation- such as the Westinghouse Machine Company or the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. These will be found in the Related Companies and Organization series under the name of the company or organization that published the document.
  • publications from the Research and Development/ Science and Technology Center. These have been filed in the Research and Development/ Science and Technology series due to their nature and quantity.

Most of the internal publications in this series are employee newsletters from specific departments, facilities, or divisions. These materials are filed alphabetically by the title of the publication, although the location or name of the department, facility, or division is also listed. Employee publication titles are listed in italics to distinguish them from publications made for the public. The newspapers from the Westinghouse Technical Night School- the Tech Owl and the Alumni Association Newsletter- are also included in this series. Oversized original editions of 1947 and 1948 Tech Owls are available in the oversize collection (MSO #424). In addition, bound editions of the Electric Journal from 1930-1937 (missing 1934) have been separated to the Library.

This series also contains publications distributed to Westinghouse customers, visitors, and the general public. These publications usually describe a general overview of the corporation, its products, and research. In contrast to the employee publications, they are usually printed on glossy paper with color photographs, and use a more formal writing style.


Box 120
folder 1 Newspaper production data 1973
folder 2 ABC of Electronics at Work c1944
folder 3 Alumni Association Newsletter 1952-1955
folder 4 Ammunition for the Firing Line, vol. I undated
folder 5 Ammunition for the Firing Line, vol. II undated
folder 6 Astronotes (Astronuclear Laboratory) 1964-1971
folder 7 Bath Lights (Fluorescent and Vapor Lamp Division 1974-1975
folder 8 Beaver Newsletter (Distribution and Control Equipment) 1972-1976
folder 9 The Best-Known Unknown Company in America 1990
folder 10 Between Us (Trenton Lamp Plant) 1975-1976
folder 11 The Big Comeback 1956
folder 12 Big Things are Happening at Westinghouse 1956
folder 13 Business Portfolio 1994-1995
folder 14 Calendars 1978-1992

Box 121
folder 1 CAPA Scintillator (Commercial Atomic Power) 1956-1957
folder 2 Casino Tech Bulletin 1906
folder 3 Centennial Review 1986
folder 4 Cheswick Reactor (Cheswick, PA) 1966
folder 5 The Communicator (Nuclear Components, Pensacola, FL) 1986-1988
folder 6 Conveyor (Major Appliance Division, Mansfield, OH) 1974
folder 7 Corporate Update 1992
folder 8 Correlations (Corporate Relations) 1989-1990
folder 9 Cost Cutter (Manufacturing Department) 1963
folder 10 The Courage to Pioneer c1946
folder 11 CPP Pulse (Westinghouse Idaho Nuclear Company) 1986
folder 12 Distribution Apparatus News 1961
East Pittsburgh News
folder 13 1968 1968
folder 14 1969 1969

Box 122
folder 1 January-June, 1970 1970
folder 2 July-December, 1970 1970
folder 3 1971 1971
Electric Club Journal
folder 4 1904 1904
folder 5 1904 1904
folder 6 1905-1911 1905-1911
folder 7 1921-1923 1921-1923

Box 123
folder 1 1924 1924
folder 2 1928-1935 1928-1935
folder 3 1936-1937 1936-1937
folder 4 January- August, 1938 1938
folder 5 September 1938- March 1939 1938-1939
folder 6 Electric Service Division News 1970
folder 7 Electric Utility News 1964

Box 124
folder 1 Electrical Information Especially for Girls 1957
folder 2 Electrical Living Homes 1950-1952
folder 3 Electrical Living and How to Have It 1950
folder 4 Electronics Digest 1945-1946
folder 5 EMD Challenger (Electro-Mechanical Division) 1988-1991
Engineering Achievements
folder 6 1920-1931 1920-1931
folder 7 1923-1924 1923-1924
folder 8 1925-1926 1925-1926
folder 9 1927-1928 1927-1928
folder 10 1929 1929

Box 125
folder 1 1930 1930
folder 2 1931 1931
folder 3 1932 1932
folder 4 1933 1933
folder 5 1935 1935
folder 6 Engineering Excellence 1984
Engineering Progress
folder 7 1936-1937 1936-1937
folder 8 1938 1938
folder 9 1939 1939
folder 10 1940 1940
folder 11 1942 1942

Box 126
folder 1 Environmental Performance Update 1994
folder 2 Expanding Role of Electricity in Industry c1976
folder 3 Facts and Figures 1972
folder 4 Flexarc Dial 1938-1940
folder 5 Forty Years Ago 1924
Front Line
folder 6 1983-1990 1983-1990
folder 7 1983-1984 1983-1984
folder 8 1985-1986 1985-1986
folder 9 1987-1988 1987-1988
folder 10 FYI 1981-1984

Box 127
folder 1 Generation Technology Systems Division Newsletter 1986
folder 2 Group W News (Broadcast Division) 1986
folder 3 Hagan Recorder (Orrville, OH) 1975
folder 4 Headquarters Magazine 1987-1990
folder 5 Headquarters Monthly 1986
folder 6 Highlander News and Briefs (Wire Division, Abingdon, VA) 1975
folder 7 Highlights of Westinghouse 1954
folder 8 Home Edition/ NEWS Edition (East Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA) 1961-1963
folder 9 The Hotline (Trenton Lamp Plant, Trenton, NJ) 1975
folder 10 Impact (Engineering Services Division, Pittsburgh, PA) 1990
folder 11 Industry and Defense News 1972-1973
folder 12 Industry Service News (Pittsburgh, PA) 1973-1976
folder 13 Industry Service News (Pittsburgh, PA) 1977-1980
folder 14 Instrumentation News (Orrville, OH) 1971-1973
folder 15 Intercom (Industry Products Communication) 1977-1991
folder 16 International Digest 1982-1989
folder 17 International News 1980
folder 18 International News 1981-1986

Box 128
folder 1 Introduction to Westinghouse undated
folder 2 I think... of Tomorrow c1968
folder 3 Jim Sheridan Letter 1991
folder 4 Journal (Large Turbine Division, Philadelphia, PA) 1971-1974
folder 5 Lamplighter (Incandescent Lamp Division, Trenton, NJ) 1976
Large Rotating Apparatus News
folder 6 1978 1978
folder 7 1980 1980
folder 8 1981 1981
LRA Magazine (Large Rotating Apparatus)
folder 9 January- June, 1982 1982
folder 10 August- December, 1982 1982
folder 11 1983 1983
folder 12 1984 1984
folder 13 February- May, 1985 1985

Box 129
folder 1 June- December, 1985 1985
folder 2 1986 1986
folder 3 1987 1987
folder 4 Light Flashes (Specialty Lamp Division, Reform, AL) 1973-1975
folder 5 Light Notes (Specialty Lamp Division, Richmond, KY) 1973-1975
folder 6 Little Rock News (Incandescent Lamp Division, Little Rock, AZ) 1973-1975
folder 7 Little Science Series (Westinghouse School Service) 1943-1953
folder 8 Management Newsletter 1957-1974
folder 9 Manual of Better Home Wiring 1944

Box 130
folder 1 Manufacturing 1961
folder 2 Marketing News (Components and Materials Division, Pittsburgh, PA) 1972
Mix (Industry and Defense Company
folder 3 1974-1975 1974-1975
folder 4 1976-1977 1976-1977
folder 5 1978-1979 1978-1979
folder 6 1980-1982 1980-1982

Box 131
folder 1 1983-1984 1983-1984
folder 2 1985-1986 1985-1986
folder 3 1987 1987

Box 132
folder 1 New Horizon (Charlotte Turbine Plant) 1990-1991
folder 2 News and Views (Chatham Center, Pittsburgh, PA) 1988
folder 3 News Bulletin 1976
News Digest
folder 4 1986-1988 1986-1988
folder 5 1989 1989
folder 6 1990 1990
folder 7 1991-1995 19991-1995
folder 8 News of Interest to Westinghouse 1964-1988
folder 9 Now Much of It Can Be Told c1945
folder 10 NTSD Matrix (Nuclear Technology Systems Division 1986

Box 133
folder 1 Nuclear Energy Digest 1973
folder 2 Occasional Idea 1931
folder 3 One Tuscarawas Road (Distribution and Protection Components Division, Beaver, PA) 1985
folder 4 1001 Brinton Road (Corporate Data Center, Pittsburgh, PA) 1986
Pace (Industry Services Division, Pittsburgh, PA)
folder 5 1981 1981
folder 6 1982 1982
folder 7 February- June, 1985 1985
folder 8 July- December, 1985 1985
folder 9 February- July, 1986 1986
folder 10 August- December, 1986 1986
folder 11 1987 1987
folder 12 1988-1989 1988-1989
folder 13 1990-1993 1990-1993
Passages (News for Retirees)

Box 124
folder 1 1985 1985
folder 2 1986 1986
folder 3 1987 1987
folder 4 1988 1988
folder 5 1989 1989
folder 6 1990 1990
folder 7 1991 1991
folder 8 1992 1992
folder 9 Pensacola Division News 1969
folder 10 Perspective (Technical Information Department) 1965-1967
folder 11 Perspective (Technical Information Department) 1968-1970
folder 12 Pictorial Highlights of Engineering undated
folder 13 The Point (Westinghouse Building, Pittsburgh, PA) 1995-1996
folder 14 Portraits of Power 19437
Power Circuit Breaker News (East Pittsburgh, PA)

Box 135
folder 1 November, 1977 1977
folder 2 December, 1977 1977
folder 3 January, 1978 1978
folder 4 February, 1978 1978
folder 5 April, 1978 1978
folder 6 June-July, 1978 1978
folder 7 Pow-R-Line (Distribution Equipment Division, St. Louis, MO) 1974-1975
folder 8 PoWeR Lines (PWR Fuel Element Subdivision, Bettis Site) 1955-1956
folder 9 Power Systems News 1968
folder 10 Printing Division Register 1982-1983
folder 11 PSPD News 1976
folder 12 Quality Magazine (Water Reactor Divisions) 1984
folder 13 Quarterly (Lester Power Generation Divisions, Philadelphia, PA) 1971-1972
folder 14 Quick Facts about Westinghouse 1943
folder 15 Recent Notable Achievements 1920
folder 16 The Record of 1954 1954
folder 17 The Rectifier (East Pittsburgh Works) 1937
folder 18 The Rectifier (East Pittsburgh Works) 1938-1939
folder 19 Regional pamphlets undated
folder 20 Relay-Instrument News (Newark, NJ) 1969
folder 21 Repair Division News (Pittsburgh, PA) 1969-1971
folder 22 Repair Division Newsletter (Pittsburgh, PA) 1965-1966
Sales Letters (East Pittsburgh, PA)

Box 136
folder 1 1905-1908 1905-1908
folder 2 1909 1909
folder 3 1905-1908 1905-1908
folder 4 1910 1910

Box 137
folder 1 1911 1911
folder 2 1912 1912
folder 3 1913 1913
folder 4 1914 1914
folder 5 1915 1915

Box 138
folder 1 1916 1916
folder 2 1917 1917
folder 3 1917 (c.2) 1917
folder 4 1918 1918
folder 5 1919 1919
folder 6 1922-1927 1922-1927
folder 7 Sales Record 1954-1961

Box 139
folder 1 Sales Record 1960-1961
folder 2 Sales Wedge (Apparatus Sales Department, East Pittsburgh, PA) 1939
folder 3 Salina News (Lamp Division, Salina, KS) 1973-1975
folder 4 Service 1922
folder 5 Service Beacon (Merchandise Service Department, Mansfield, OH) 1936-1940
folder 6 Shop Ideas (East Pittsburgh, PA) 1943
folder 7 Signal (Electrical Systems Division, Hunt Valley, MD) 1985
folder 8 SMD News (Small Motor Division, Lima, OH) 1982
folder 9 Sooner News for Westinghouse People (Central Residential Air Conditioning Division, Norman, OK) 1974
folder 10 Spotlight on Systems (Industry Systems Divisions, O'Hara Township, PA) 1979
folder 11 The Story of Westinghouse c1953
folder 12 Sugar n' Spice 1951
Switchgear News (East Pittsburgh, PA)
folder 13 1977-1978 1977-1978
folder 14 1979-1980 1979-1980

Box 140
folder 1 1981 1981
folder 2 1982 1982
folder 3 1983 1983
folder 4 1984 1984
folder 5 Tampa Division News (Tampa, FL) 1972-1974
folder 6 TG Report (Turbine Generator Plant, Charlotte, NC) 1991
Tech Owl (student publication of the Westinghouse Technical Night School, East Pittsburgh, PA)
folder 7 1929-1948 1929-1948
folder 8 1953-1959 1953-1959
folder 9 Tech Tips (Power Semiconductor Division, Youngwood, PA) undated
folder 10 There is one thing you must be sure of... c1990
folder 11 Thermo King News (Minneapolis, MN) 1975-1978
folder 12 This is Westinghouse 1957-1962
folder 13 This is Westinghouse 1963-c1967

Box 141
folder 1 This is Westinghouse c1970-c1980
folder 2 Tube Talk (Specialty Metal Plant, Blairsville, PA) 1985-1986
folder 3 Tube Topics (Electronic Tube Division, Elmira, NY) 1969
folder 4 Turbine News (Charlotte, NC) 1976
folder 5 Turbine Topics 1971
folder 6 The Two at the Top c1988
folder 7 United Fund News (Pittsburgh, PA) 1971
Update (Headquarters News, Pittsburgh, PA)
folder 8 1985 1985
folder 9 1987-1991 1987-1991
folder 10 1993-1994 1993-1994
folder 11 Veritrak Vibrations 1975
folder 12 Waste to Energy Technology 1984-1986
folder 13 WCC News (Westinghouse Credit Corporation, Pittsburgh, PA) 1973-1974
folder 14 Welcome to Westinghouse 1944-1946
WENS Bulletin (Westinghouse Editor's News Service)
folder 15 1976-1979 1976-1979
folder 16 1980 1980

Box 142
folder 1 1981 1981
folder 2 1982-1986 1982-1986
folder 3 WESCO News (Westinghouse Electric Supply Company, Pittsburgh, PA) 1971-1972
folder 4 Western Star (Paris Parts Plant, Paris, TX) 1973-1975
folder 5 Westinghouse 1990
folder 6 Westinghouse Beacon (Outdoor Lighting) 1971
folder 7 Westinghouse Circuit (Defense and Electronic Systems Group, Baltimore, MD) 1972-1991
folder 8 Westinghouse Communicator (Sales Department) 1966-1967
folder 9 Westinghouse Contest News 1973
folder 10 Westinghouse: Creating Added Value for a Changing World c1985
folder 11 Westinghouse Defense News (Linthicum, MD) 1987-1988
folder 12 Westinghouse Division Managers' Coloring Book 1962
folder 13 Westinghouse Direction (Business and Management Practices, Pittsburgh, PA) 1960-1961
folder 14 Westinghouse Engineering Highlights 1945-1946
Westinghouse Gateway News (Pittsburgh, PA)

Box 143
folder 1 1971-1972 1971-1972
folder 2 1973-1974 1973-1974
folder 3 1975-1976 1975-1976
folder 4 1977-1978 1977-1978
folder 5 1979-1980 19791-1980
folder 6 1981 1981
folder 7 Westinghouse In Depth (Ocean Research and Engineering Center, Annapolis, MD) 1973-1974
folder 8 Westinghouse International 1925-1931
folder 9 Westinghouse International News 1971

Box 144
folder 1 Westinghouse Is c1970
folder 2 Westinghouse Kentuckian (Owensboro, KY) 1972-1975
folder 3 Westinghouse Lighting Times (Interior Lighting Division, Vicksburg, MS) 1972-1975
folder 4 Westinghouse Lamp News 1927
folder 5 Westinghouse Machine News (South Philadelphia Works) 1919-1920
folder 6 Westinghouse Maintenance News (East Pittsburgh, PA) 1935-1960
folder 7 Westinghouse Merchandising Service Bulletin (Mansfield, OH) 1935-1936
folder 8 Westinghouse Meter News (Raleigh, NC) 1976
Westinghouse News-
folder 9 Advanced Reactors Division (Madison, PA) 1971-1976
folder 10 Air Arm Division (Baltimore, MD) 1959-1963
folder 11 Ardmore Site, Forest Hills (PA) 1973-1974
folder 12 Astronuclear Laboratory (Large, PA) 1971-1974
folder 13 Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory (West Mifflin, PA) 1971
folder 14 Bryant Division (Bridgeport, CT) 1974-1975
folder 15 Commercial Industrial Air Conditioning Division (Staunton, VA) 1972
East Pittsburgh Divisions (PA)
folder 16 1971 1971
folder 17 1972 1972

Box 145
folder 1 1973 1973
folder 2 1974 1974
folder 3 1975 1975
folder 4 1976 1976
folder 5 1977 1977
folder 6 Electric Stairway and Hydraulic Elevator Division (Gettysburg, PA) 1973
folder 7 Electronic Systems Support Division (Cockeysville, MD) 1971-1973
folder 8 Electronic Tube Division (Horseheads, NY) 1974-1975
folder 9 General Control and Apparatus Repair (Chicago, IL) 1975
folder 10 High Speed Elevator Division (Jersey City, NJ) 1972-1974
folder 11 Incandescent Lamp Division (Bloomfield, NJ) 1972-1975
folder 12 Major Appliance Division (Columbus, OH) 1970
folder 13 Medium Speed Elevator Division (Dover, NJ) 1973-1974
folder 14 Miscellaneous divisions 1972-1975

Box 146
folder 1 Nuclear Energy Systems (Monroeville, PA) 1972
folder 2 Overhead Distribution Transformer Division (Athens, GA) 1974
folder 3 Relay-Instrument Division (Newark, NJ) 1971-1972
folder 4 Semiconductor Division (Youngwood, PA) 1975
folder 5 Sharon Transformer Division (Sharon, PA) 1976
folder 6 Small Power Transformer Division (South Boston, VA) 1974-1976
folder 7 Tele-Computer Center (Braddock Hills, PA) 1976
folder 8 Turbine Components Plant (Winston-Salem, NC) 1971-1972
folder 9 Water Reactor Division (Monroeville, PA) 1973-1974
folder 10 Westinghouse News for Retirees 1983-1984
folder 11 Westinghouse Newsfront 1945-1946
folder 12 Westinghouse: Its Organization and Operation 1923-1929
folder 13 Westinghouse Past, Present, and Future 1936
folder 14 Westinghouse Printing News (Trafford, PA) 1988-1992
folder 15 Westinghouse Record (Stockholder information) 1960
folder 16 Westinghouse: the reliable generation c1971
folder 17 Westinghouse Retirees' News 1993
folder 18 Westinghouse School Service c1943-1952
folder 19 Westinghouse Steam Division News 1960
folder 20 Westinghouse Technology 1985-1987
folder 21 Westinghouse Technology 1988-1990
folder 22 Westinghouse Tell-O-Scope (East Pittsburgh Division, PA) 1944

Box 147
folder 1 Westinghouse Today 1975
folder 2 Westinghouse Wartime Engineering 1943-1944
folder 3 Westinghouse Workers' Bulletin 1928
folder 4 Westinghouse World News (New York, NY) 1972-1973
folder 5 Westrain (Educational Department 1946
folder 6 What is Westinghouse? 1952-19544
folder 7 Wonders of the Week 1931
folder 8 The World and Westinghouse 1964-1966
folder 9 The World of Westinghouse 1964
folder 10 WRD News (Water Reactor Divisions) 1985-1986
folder 11 You Can Be Sure c1980
Series XI. Related Companies and Organizations 1881-1998
Scope and Content Notes:

This series is organized alphabetically by the title of the company or organization. The companies and organizations represented here have some connection with the Westinghouse Electric Corporation, but the materials are not technically part of the Electric Corporation’s records. Materials from other Westinghouse companies, such as the Westinghouse Air Brake Company and the Westinghouse Machine Company, will be found here- as well as materials about the George Westinghouse Museum, the Westinghouse SURE retiree organization, and even General Electric. Also filed here are publications concerning issues related to the business of Westinghouse Electric- such as materials from professional organizations and journals. These materials may have been collected for one of two reasons: a Westinghouse employee authored one of the articles, or the Company owned a subscription to the journal.


Box 148
folder 1 Adam, Meldrum, and Anderson Company, "Golden Jubilee of Electric Lighting" 1936
folder 2 AEG Westinghouse Transportation Systems, Inc. c1988
folder 3 AFL-CIO 1975
folder 4 Akron Daily Digest (Goodyear) 1996
folder 5 Allegheny Power undated
folder 6 American Association for State and Local History c1980
folder 7 American Heritage of Invention and Technology 1988
folder 8 American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Panama Pacific Convention 1915
folder 9 American Institute of Graphic Arts, Pittsburgh Chapter 1991
folder 10 The American Legion Magazine 1975
folder 11 American Management Association, "How to say what you mean" 1974
folder 12 American Museum of Electricity (Niskayuna, NY) 1963
folder 13 American Society of Mechanical Engineers 1955
folder 14 American Telephone and Telegraph Company 1970
folder 15 American Visuals Corporation 1939
folder 16 American Writing Paper Company regulations undated
folder 17 APICS Castle (Wilmerding, PA) undated
folder 18 Arden Trolley Museum 1982
folder 19 Arj Corporation (Iran) 1972
folder 20 Association of Engineers and Scientists 1946-1948
folder 21 Bethlehem Steel c1971
folder 22 Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory 1948-1968
volume 16 B.F. Sturtevant Company ledger 1867-1873
volume 17 B.F. Sturtevant Company ledger 1886-1889
folder 23 Broadcasters Hall of Fame (Akron, OH) 1994
folder 24 Carnegie, Andrew (Skibo Castle) 1996
folder 25 Carnegie Mellon University 1994-1995
folder 26 CBS Annual Report 1997
folder 27 CBS articles 1996-1998
folder 28 CBS radio 1998
folder 29 Center for the History of Electrical Engineering 1983-1996
folder 30 Center for Middle Eastern Studies, University of Chicago 1970
folder 31 Chamber of Commerce of Pittsburgh, city histories 1929-1934
folder 32 Churchill Area Tour Guide 1979

Box 149
folder 1 Commonwealth Edison Company 1984
folder 2 Con Edison Annual Report 1981
folder 3 Cooper Industries, Inc. 1953
folder 4 Coolspring Power Museum (Coolspring, PA) 1990-1992
folder 5 Curtiss Museum (Hammondsport, NY) undated
folder 6 Doble Steam Car, 1925 1998
folder 7 Duke Goldstone Motion Picture Services 1994
folder 8 Duquesne Light Company c1974
folder 9 Economic Press, "Better Letters" series undated
folder 10 Edison, Thomas undated
folder 11 Edison, Thomas (by H. Sprague) 1947
folder 12 Egyptian Radio (Journal of the Egyptian State Broadcasting) 1938
folder 13 Electrical Power Research Institute (EPRI ) Journal 1979
folder 14 Electric Power Research Institute (Waltz Mill, PA) 1986
folder 15 Electric Railroad magazine 1952
volume 18 Electric Supply Company ledger (New York) 1881
folder 16 Electrical Engineer 1986
Electrical Engineering (American Institute of Electrical Engineers)
folder 17 1932-1933 1932-1933
folder 18 1934 1934
folder 19 1936 1936
folder 20 1955 1955
folder 21 Electric World 1895
folder 22 Electrical World 1888
folder 23 Elliot Services Company (management information) 1943
folder 24 ENRON Power Corporation 1994

Box 150
folder 1 Factory magazine, "What Industry Means to America" 1936
folder 2 Ferraris, Professor (correspondence about) 1888
folder 3 Ford, Henry (dynamo) 1929
folder 4 Ford Museum and Archives 1928-1974
folder 5 Foothill Electronics Museum (Los Altos, CA) 1982-1991
folder 6 Friends of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania 1994
folder 7 Fuel, Gas, and Electrical Engineering Company 1917
General Electric
folder 8 Alternating Current lighting 1892
folder 9 Advertisements 1920-1971
folder 10 Annual Report 1984-1985
folder 11 Annual Report 1994
folder 12 Arc Lamps 1892-1898
folder 13 Articles 1969-1987
folder 14 Central Station Lighting 1891-1892
folder 15 Cotton States and International Exposition catalog 1895
folder 16 Current Collection Tests 1923
folder 17 "Edison and Electricity" c1953
folder 18 Employee Benefits c1950
folder 19 Instruction books 1894-1904
folder 20 "Menlo Park Reminiscences" 1938

Box 151
folder 1 Motors 1891-1925
folder 2 "News" c1965
folder 3 Oil Tankers 1943
folder 4 Photographic Collection catalog c1990
folder 5 Product bulletins 1894-1896
folder 6 "Review" 1918
folder 7 Short Circuits and Symmetrical Components 1926
folder 8 Skip Hoists 1930
folder 9 Transformers 1894
folder 10 World's Fair Press 1938
folder 11 General Motors Corporation, "GM Folks" magazine 1941
George Westinghouse Museum (Wilmerding, PA)
folder 12 Articles 1988-1998
folder 13 Correspondence 1986-1996
folder 14 Critical Appraisal Report 1989
folder 15 Docent Information 1988-1998
folder 16 Greater Pittsburgh Museum Council 1989-1997

Box 152
folder 1 Meeting minutes 1988-1998
folder 2 Newsletter 1988-1997
folder 3 Operational information 1987-1997
folder 4 Records inventory undated
folder 5 School Program Feasibility study 1989
folder 6 Tour scripts undated
folder 7 Grand Army of the Republic (use copies) 1894-1950
folder 8 Hagley Museum and Library (Wilmington, DE) 1986-1990
folder 9 Hall of Electrical History (Schenectady, NY) 1996
folder 10 Hall of Fame for Great Americans Foundation c1976
folder 11 Hall of History Foundation, "The Current Commentary" 1996
folder 12 Historical Electronics Museum 1980-1998
folder 13 I Dream a World (art education organization) c1990
folder 14 Imo Industries 1989-1990
folder 15 Institute of Electrical Engineers (prints) 1929
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
folder 16 Industry Applications magazine 1999
folder 17 Repository directory 1977
folder 18 Spectrum magazine 1987

Box 153
folder 1 International Technology Institute 1986
folder 2 Iran Investment Conference II 1971-1972
folder 3 Iranian Air Force 1972
folder 4 Iranian Electronic Industries (Abol Fath Ardalan) 1973
folder 5 Iron Trade Review 1926
folder 6 John Scott Medal c1918-1944
folder 7 Journal of Abnormal Psychology 1915
folder 8 Lackawanna and Wyoming Valley Railroad 1907
folder 9 Leeds and Northrup Company undated
folder 10 Little Beaver Creek Valley Railroad of Darlington 1993
folder 11 Marriott Marquis Hotel (New York City) 1985
folder 12 Mercantile Trust Company 1907
folder 13 Metropolitan Engineering Company 1915
folder 14 Mohawk Valley Heritage Corridor "Update" 1995-1996
folder 15 Museum of Broadcasting (New York, NY) 1984
folder 16 Museum of Modern Art (New York) 1934
folder 17 Myers, Dr. Harry, "The Value of Order" 1942
folder 18 National Association of Manufacturers 1940
folder 19 National Electric Week (National Electrical Contractors Association) undated
folder 20 National Inventors Hall of Fame 1990
folder 21 National Retiree Volunteer Coalition Newsletter 1992-1993
folder 22 National Underground Storage, Inc. c1980
folder 23 Overhead Conductor Electric Railway Company 1887
folder 24 Pennsylvania Federation of Historical Societies 1988
folder 25 Pennsylvania Federation of Museum and Historical Organizations 1991-1992
folder 26 People's Electric Light Company 1949
folder 27 Perry, Allen M. "Tentative History of the Electrical Industry" 1941
folder 28 Peterson, Skolnick and Dodge Communication Consultants 1993
folder 29 Philadelphia Company, 1884 1998
folder 30 Philadelphia Electric Company 1952-1981
folder 31 Phipps Conservatory Education News 1997
folder 32 Pittsburgh Museum of Broadcasting 1992-1996
folder 33 Pittsburgh Radio and Television Club 1993
folder 34 Pomona Water Power Plant (Claremont, CA) 1955
folder 35 Popular Culture Library, Bowling Green "Studio One" 1989
folder 36 The Progress (Wilkinsburg newspaper) 1957
folder 37 Recordak (in 1938 time capsule) 1965
folder 38 Roland Reed Productions, Inc./ RFG Associates, Inc. c1981
folder 39 Ruud Manufacturing Company undated
folder 40 Sawyer-Mann Electric Company undated

Box 154
folder 1 Socony Mobile undated
folder 2 "S and D Reflector" (Sons and Daughters of Pioneer Rivermen, Marrietta, OH) 1984
folder 3 Smithsonian Institution, Electrical Section 1984
folder 4 Steel City Amateur Radio Club, "Kilo-Watt Harmonics" 1993
folder 5 "Submarine Defense" by Lindell T. Bates 1918
folder 6 Studebaker Brothers undated
folder 7 Sugar magazine (in Spanish and English) 1914-1919
folder 8 SURE (Westinghouse retiree association 1991
folder 9 Swan, Joseph 1982
folder 10 Telegraphic Journal and Electrical Review 1883
folder 11 Tesla Electric Company (USE COPY) 1888
folder 12 Tesla Electric Company (originals) 1888
folder 13 Tesla Memorial Society, Inc. 1993-1996
folder 14 Trains magazine 1969
folder 15 Union Switch and Signal c1941
folder 16 US Department of Commerce, "Safety Rules for Radio Installations" 1926
volume 19 US Electric Lighting Company, contracts c1880
folder 17 The US News 1945
folder 18 US Steel, Benjamin Fairless accepts John Fritz Award (speech) 1952
folder 19 University of Pittsburgh Senior Class book 1936
folder 20 Veteran Employees' Association 1985
Westinghouse Air Brake Company
folder 21 75th Anniversary 1944
folder 22 Air Compressor books 1906-1912
folder 23 Articles 1919-1991
folder 24 Automobile brakes 1937
folder 25 Dividend check to George Westinghouse, Jr. 1896
folder 26 Employee Outing 1907
folder 27 Employee Record cards 1897-1953

Box 155
folder 1 General Conference 1923
folder 2 General Conference (c.2) 1923
folder 3 Instruction pamphlets 1920-1941
folder 4 News 1919
folder 5 News 1988
folder 6 White, Irton apprenticeship materials 1927-1930
folder 7 Westinghouse Brake and Signal Company Limited 1977-1978
Westinghouse, Church, and Kerr
folder 8 1889 1889
folder 9 1914-1917 1914-1917

Box 156
folder 1 Westinghouse and Company (Schenectady, NY) 1917
folder 2 Westinghouse Electric Company 1997
folder 3 Westinghouse Foundation 1991-1997
folder 4 Westinghouse Illuminating Company (Schenectady, NY) 1891-c1959
Westinghouse Machine Company
folder 5 The Bulletin index 1906-1911
The Bulletin
folder 6 1906-1909 1906-1909
folder 7 1907-1908 1907-1908
folder 8 1909-1910 1909-1910

Box 157
folder 1 1910-1914 1910-1914
folder 2 1912-1913 1912-1913
folder 3 1914 1914
folder 4 Contract with Westinghouse Electric Company 1915
folder 5 History and Product information 1905-1991
volume 20 ledger 1885-1894
volume 21 ledger 1903-1906
volume 22 ledger 1904-1905
folder 6 Product circulars 1909-1911
folder 7 Product circulars 1912-1914

Box 158
folder 1 Product instruction books 1909-1913
folder 2 Westinghouse Memorial High School 1962
folder 3 Westinghouse Union Battery Company (Swissvale, PA) 1921
folder 4 Westinghouse X-ray Company, Inc. undated
folder 5 White Consolidated Industries 1975-1991
folder 6 WNEW (Metromedia New York radio station) 1984
folder 7 Woods, Granville T. undated
Series XII. Reprints 1901-1950
Scope and Content Notes:

This series contains articles from professional journals and conference programs that had been clipped and saved by the Westinghouse Library staff. The articles are mostly technical in nature and relate to products that Westinghouse produced. They have been divided into 28 general subject categories and arranged alphabetically by these categories.


Box 159
folder 1 Bearings 1911-1935
folder 2 Business 1911-1949
folder 3 capacitors undated
folder 4 Controls and Regulations 1911-1942
folder 5 Distribution and Transmission equipment 1907-1941
folder 6 Electrical Engineering Applications 1901-1950
folder 7 Electrical Engineering Fundamentals 1907-1942
folder 8 Electronic Tubes and Applications 1927-1942
folder 9 Furnaces 1916-1934
folder 10 General 1904-1929
folder 11 General 1930-1944

Box 160
folder 1 Generators 1927-1950
folder 2 German language 1906-1931
folder 3 Insulators 1924-1944
folder 4 Lighting 1904-1943
folder 5 Marine Applications 1923-1943
folder 6 Materials and Materials Processing 1928-1947
folder 7 Meters and Instrumentation 1906-1942
folder 8 Motors 1902-1948
folder 9 Paper Industry 1911-1942
folder 10 Radio 1926-1936

Box 161
folder 1 Railroad Equipment 1910-1950
folder 2 Relays 1910-1941
folder 3 Steel and Mining Industry 1911-1940
folder 4 Switchgears and Circuit Breakers 1910-1939
folder 5 Transformers 1904-1940
folder 6 Turbines 1910-1944
folder 7 Urban Transportation 1904-1948
folder 8 Welding and Brazing 1910-1950
Series XIII. Research and Development/ Science and Technology Center 1919-1998
Scope and Content Notes:

This series is arranged alphabetically by topical folder heading or division and is divided into 6 subseries. The first five subseries contain information relating to the Center as a whole. The first subseries consists of the Center’s annual reports and presentations made by the Center to the Westinghouse Electric Board of Directors.

The second subseries contains information about the facilities of the Research Center. It documents the building and dedication of the 1956 facility in Churchill Borough, as well as the establishment of a facility in Belgium.

The third subseries consists of articles and presentations about the history of research at Westinghouse Electric. It is arranged chronologically by the date of the presentation or publication of article to facilitate a more general search of this subseries.

The fourth subseries- Organization- contains information about the internal workings of the Center. It is comprised of directories, strategic plans, and presentations about future goals and managerial issues. This subseries also contains the results of a series of research studies done on the publicity efforts of the Research and Development/ Science and Technology Center. The Organization and Activities brochures give a brief overview of the structure and research of the Center.

The fifth subseries- Publications- contains materials published specifically for the Research and Development/ Science and Technology Center. Some of the publications are produced for internal purposes (i.e.- employee newsletters), and some were used for visitors, customers, and the general public.

The last subseries contains information specific to projects and products in each division within the Center, usually product brochures and division publications. More information about the composition of these divisions will be listed alphabetically by the name of the division. Organization of the departments into divisions during the late 1970s served as the basis for this arrangement.

Subseries Annual and Board Reports

Box 162
folder 1 1937 1937
folder 2 1959 1959
folder 3 1960 1960
folder 4 1962 1962
folder 5 1967 1967
folder 6 1972 1972
folder 7 1974 1974
folder 8 1978 1978
folder 9 1980 1980
folder 10 1981 1981
folder 11 1982 1982
folder 12 1983 1983
folder 13 1985 1985
folder 14 1988 1988
folder 15 1989 1989
folder 16 1990 1990
folder 17 1991 1991
Subseries Facilities

Box 163
folder 1 Capital Expenditures Presentation 1969
folder 2 Capital Expenditures Presentation 1971
folder 3 Construction of a new facility 1952-1956
folder 4 Dedication of a new facility 1956
folder 5 Europe (Belgium) 1971-1978
folder 6 European correspondence 1969
folder 7 European Laboratory Evaluation 1971
folder 8 Historical Landmark designation 1987
folder 9 Maps 1922-1948
folder 10 Postcards 1968-1988
folder 11 Research Library 1951-1958
folder 12 Research Mini-Theater undated
folder 13 "The Role of Research Laboratories" by Zener 1956
folder 14 Time Capsules 1939-1995
Subseries Histories
folder 15 1919, The First Three Years of Westinghouse Scientific Research 1919
folder 16 c1930, "Research" c1930
folder 17 1931, "Stories of Westinghouse Research" 1931
folder 18 1936, "Fifty Years of Westinghouse Research" 1936
folder 19 1939, "Evaluation of Research Pioneering" 1939
folder 20 1941, "History of the Westinghouse Research Laboratories" 1941

Box 164
folder 1 1942, "History of the Westinghouse Research Laboratories" 1942
folder 2 1942, "Westinghouse Research Organization" 1942
folder 3 1944, "Nation's Business" section draft 1944
folder 4 1944, "Progress in Engineering and Research" 1944
folder 5 1952, "Research in Industry" 1952
folder 6 1953, "Physicists in Industry" 1953
folder 7 1956, "Research: Road Map for the Future" 1956
folder 8 1957, "Significant Westinghouse Research Developments" 1957
folder 9 1957, Westinghouse as a major research company (editorials) 1957
folder 10 1958, "Organizing a Manufacturing Laboratory" 1958
folder 11 1958, "Westinghouse Research: An Investment in Tomorrow" 1958
folder 12 1961, "Research and its Exploitation" 1961
folder 13 1963, "Research Laboratories" from gradate student manual 1963
folder 14 1966, "An Introduction to Achievement Hall" 1966
folder 15 1969, "Westinghouse in Forest Hills" 1969
folder 16 1978, "Physics Careers at Westinghouse" 1978
folder 17 1980, "Recollections of the Research Laboratories on Ardmore Boulevard" 1980
folder 18 1981, "Innovation in Westinghouse: New Product Organizations, 1947-1976" 1981
folder 19 1986, "Engineering Research and Development at Westinghouse, 1886-1922" 1986
folder 20 c1986, "The First 100 Years of Research and Development within Westinghouse" c1986
folder 21 1986, Innovation list 1986
folder 22 1987, "Early Days of the Autoclave Lab" 1987
folder 23 1988, "Managing Change in a Research and Development Environment" 1988
Subseries Organization

Box 165
folder 1 Advisory Council report 1988
folder 2 Analysis of shift in research professions at Westinghouse 1973
folder 3 Budget and Workforce report 1971
folder 4 Comparison with GE Research and Development 1985
folder 5 Corporate Research and Development Report 1971
folder 6 Corporate Study of the Research and Development Center 1984
folder 7 Directories 1948-1970
folder 8 Directories 1985-1988
folder 9 Employee roosters 1927-1940
folder 10 Energy Systems Business Unit 1994
folder 11 Engineering Managers' Forum 1981
folder 12 IR 100 Competition 1979
folder 13 'Managing the Research and Development- Marketing Relationship' presentation 1985
folder 14 'National Policy and Research and Development' speech 1985
folder 15 Nuclear Science and Division articles c1960-c1980
folder 16 Operation manual 1970

Box 166
folder 1 Operation manual 1973
folder 2 Organizational charts 1960-1981
Publicity Reports
folder 3 1979 (vol.I) 1979
folder 4 1979 (vol.II) 1979
folder 5 1979 (vol.III) 1979

Box 167
folder 1 1980 (vol.I) 1980
folder 2 1980 (vol.II) 1980
folder 3 1981 1981
folder 4 1982 1982

Box 168
folder 1 1983 1983
folder 2 Published articles on Westinghouse Research and Development management 1968-1969
folder 3 Reorganizations 1961-1988
folder 4 Research Club Constitution 1948
folder 5 'Setting the Stage for Research and Development' 1959
folder 6 "Seven Technologies for the Eighties' presentation 1980
folder 7 Specialist directory 1976
folder 8 Statement of Purpose and Projects 1963
folder 9 Statement of Purpose c1975
folder 10 Strategic Defense Initiative Contracts 1986-188
folder 11 Strategic Plan 1976
folder 12 Strategic Plan (c.2) 1976
folder 13 Strategic Plan 1976-1980

Box 169
folder 1 Strategic Plan 1978-1982
folder 2 Technical Program Selection and Support 1979
folder 3 Technology and Products presentation 1975
folder 4 'Technology Talks' report 1979
Subseries Publications
folder 5 "Achievement Hall" 1969
folder 6 "Adventures in Research" 1946
folder 7 "A Few Facts about Westinghouse Research and Development Center" 1987
folder 8 "General Engineering Laboratories" undated
folder 9 "A Guide to the Westinghouse Research Laboratories" 1956
folder 10 "How to find it" 1955
folder 11 "How to get there" 1974
folder 12 "An Inside Look at the Westinghouse Research and Development Center" 1988
folder 13 "Institutional Research (for the Institutional Investor)" 1989
folder 14 "Jots and Titles" 1928
folder 15 Lab 30 television show c1955
folder 16 Landscaping tour 1968
folder 17 Magazine articles 1973-1977
folder 18 "March of Research" 1949
folder 19 "Material Engineering" newsletter 1957
folder 20 New employee manual 1957-1967
folder 21 Newspaper articles 1972-1973

Box 170
folder 1 "Perspective" 1969
folder 2 "Profile" 1975-1987
folder 3 "Reinvestment of Earnings" 1958
folder 4 "Research/Development" 1976
folder 5 "Research Developments" 1966
"R and D Highlights"
folder 6 1980-1981 1980-1981
folder 7 1982 1982
folder 8 1983-1984 1983-1984
folder 9 1986 1986
folder 10 1992-1993 1992-1993
"R and D Letter"
folder 11 1958-1963 1958-1963
folder 12 1964-1968 1964-1968
folder 13 1969-1970 1969-1970

Box 171
folder 1 "R and D News" 1968-1973
folder 2 "R and D Newsletter" 1979-1986
folder 3 "R and D Technology" 1986-1987
folder 4 "R and D for Today and Tomorrow" 1978
folder 5 "Re-De Scope" 1961
folder 6 "Research... an investment in tomorrow" 1956
folder 7 "Research Developments" 1965
"Research Newsletter"
folder 8 1941-1943 1941-1943
folder 9 1944 1944
folder 10 1945 1945
folder 11 1948 1948
folder 12 1949 1949
folder 13 1950 1950
folder 14 1951 1951
folder 15 1952 1952
folder 16 1953 1953
folder 17 1954 1954

Box 172
folder 1 1955 1955
folder 2 1956 1956
folder 3 1957 1957
folder 4 1958 1958
"Research Progress"
folder 5 1940 1940
folder 6 1941 1941
folder 7 1942 1942
folder 8 1943 1943
folder 9 "Science and Technology Center" 1991
folder 10 "Science and Technology Center Capabilities" undated
folder 11 "Science and Technology Center: Innovative Solutions" c1998
"Scope and Focus"
folder 12 1964 1964
folder 13 1966 1966
folder 14 1971 1971
folder 15 "Source of Ideas, Bank of Skills" 1969
folder 16 "Summer Program" 1969
folder 17 "Technology Briefs" 1994-1998

Box 173
folder 1 "Technical Bulletin" 1974-1976
folder 2 "Travel Directions and Services Directory" undated
folder 3 "Westinghouse Involvement in Nine Technologies That Make Society Better" c1985
folder 4 "The Westinghouse R and D Center" 1984
folder 5 "Westinghouse Research and Development in Churchill Borough" 1959
folder 6 "Westinghouse Research Laboratories" 1951
folder 7 "Westinghouse Research Laboratories" 1953
Subseries Divisions
Applied Science Division
folder 8 Acousto-Optic Tunable Filter c1970
folder 9 Applied Mechanics 1986
folder 10 Applied Optics 1972
folder 11 Applied Science Division brochure c1980
folder 12 Corporate Productivity Programs 1980
folder 13 Home Construction 1970
folder 14 Intrusion Detection System 1973
folder 15 Ion Implantation undated
folder 16 Lamp research c1940
folder 17 Lamp research 1981
folder 18 Laser beams 1969
folder 19 Laser history 1988
folder 20 "Laser Metalworking" 1987
folder 21 Optical Analyzer 1989
folder 22 Optics 1940-1972
folder 23 Product Transition Laboratory 1968

Box 174
folder 1 Protective Organic Coatings 1967
folder 2 Research and Development/ Defense Synergy 1981
folder 3 TFEL Edge-Emitter Array laser printer 1988
folder 4 Video Information Processing 1970
Chemical Science Division
folder 5 Adhesive research 1970
folder 6 Combustion and Sulfur Sorbent testing undated
folder 7 Division organizational chart 1968
folder 8 Invited lectures and demonstrations 1958-1973
folder 9 Microwaves history 1988
folder 10 Photoelastic Stress Analysis 1966
folder 11 Plastic inventions 1968
folder 12 Ultrasonic instrumentation 1973
Electronic Division
folder 13 Artificial Intelligence 1986
folder 14 Electric Discharge in Radial Magnetic Fields 1938
folder 15 Electronic and Electrical Circuits and Systems 1969
folder 16 Electronic Systems history 1993
folder 17 Electric Vehicle research 1975
folder 18 Electromagnetic Launcher/ "Railgun" 1982-1992
folder 19 Karlovitz-Halasz generator 1937-1946

Box 175
folder 1 Manufacturing (aircraft) 1991
folder 2 Manufacturing Laboratory 1960
folder 3 Manufacturing Systems 1964-1972
folder 4 Molecular Electronics 1960-1961
folder 5 "Opcon" robot 1958
folder 6 Picturephone 1969
folder 7 Radar (airborne) undated
folder 8 Radar systems 1986
folder 9 SEC camera tube 1968
folder 10 SLATE electronic typewriter 1974
folder 11 Transistors 1968
folder 12 Two-in-One Television System 1976
folder 13 Type U Circuit Breaker technical reports 1925
folder 14 Video information processing 1970
Energy Systems Division
folder 15 Combustion Laboratory 1952
folder 16 Energy Program Management Group undated
folder 17 'Energy Research and Development for Electric Utilities' presentation 1978
folder 18 'Energy Systems Operation' brochure undated
folder 19 Fluid Systems Laboratory 1973
folder 20 High Temperature Heat Pump undated
folder 21 Induction Heating 1953
folder 22 Nuclear Engine for Rocket Vehicle Application (NERVA) c1989
folder 23 PEPCO energy storage system 1976

Box 176
folder 1 Power Department technical data 1917-1926
folder 2 Power Forum presentation 1964
folder 3 Power Systems brochure c1960
folder 4 Power Systems research presentation 1976
folder 5 Solar cells 1977-1980
folder 6 Solid Oxide Fuel Cells 1981-1989
folder 7 Switching and Power Interruption 1982
folder 8 Thermoelectric engine 1959
folder 9 Thermoelectricity 1961
General Science
folder 10 ANACOM (computer) 1986
folder 11 Electric Arcs in Vacuums 1968
folder 12 Heat Stress Management program undated
folder 13 Human Sciences Center 1982
folder 14 Sociologic Systems Department 1972
folder 15 Standard Unit Symbols (table and certificate) 1914-1965
folder 16 Surface Analysis 1964
folder 17 Testing Laboratories 1978-1984
Geoscience Division

Box 177
folder 1 Clean Room c1960
folder 2 Coal Mining and Land Reclamation undated
folder 3 Digital Distribution Analyzer 1968
folder 4 Environmental Systems and Services 1990
folder 5 Geoscience Laboratory 1968-1969
folder 6 Homecology products 1970-1972
folder 7 Pollution Control 1967-1973
folder 8 Refuse Reclamation Plants 1963
folder 9 Water and Waste Treatment 1972
Materials Science Division

folder 10 Advanced Power Systems Division highlights 1986
folder 11 Articles (about department) 1956-1983
folder 12 Atom Smasher articles 1936-1996
folder 13 Atom Smasher IEEE Historical Milestone 1985
folder 14 Atomic Power compilation 1948-1976
folder 15 Atomic Power Division directory 1949
folder 16 Atomic Power projects 1958
folder 17 Atomic Power Technical Report manual c1960
folder 18 Atomic Power at Westinghouse 1959
folder 19 Cold Fusion measurements 1990
folder 20 "First in Atomic Power" 1958
folder 21 Gulf Corporation High Temperature Gas Reactor Investigation 1974
folder 22 Magnetic Materials Research Center undated
folder 23 Materials Characterization Laboratory 1981-1984
folder 24 Materials Engineering Department booklet 1958
folder 25 Materials Process Laboratory undated
folder 26 Metallurgy and Chemistry booklet 1954
folder 27 Nuclear Energy Digest 1973
folder 28 Nuclear Fuel Fabrication undated
folder 29 Nuclear Market Acceptance 1984-1985
Nuclear Physics correspondence

Box 178
folder 1 1935 1935
folder 2 1936 1936
folder 3 1937 1937
folder 4 1938-1941 1938-1941
folder 5 Nuclear Physics Investigation- First Report 1939
folder 6 Nuclear Propulsion, Mamie Doud Eisenhower Award 1959
folder 7 Nuclear Propulsion and Space Power Generation 1961
folder 8 Nuclear Reactor Pressure Vessels 1973
folder 9 PWRPD Test Engineering Charter undated
folder 10 Remote Metallographic facility 1982
Ocean Research Division
folder 11 Deepstar 2000 1969-1971
folder 12 Gulfview Diving log 1968
folder 13 Ocean Research Laboratory 1966-1968
folder 14 Shock Mitigating Plastic Foam undated
folder 15 Sonar research 1966-1982
folder 16 Ultrasonic flowmeters 1981
Solid State Division
folder 17 Applied Superconductivity c1985
folder 18 Display research undated
folder 19 Energy Conversion research 1972
folder 20 Semiconductor Modernization Project 1977
folder 21 Semiconductor pamphlet c1970

Box 179
folder 1 Solid State Division brochures 1980-1984
folder 2 Solid State Power Processing undated
folder 3 Superconductivity research 1987-1989
folder 4 Superconductor articles (domestic) 1972-1973
folder 5 Superconductor articles (foreign) 1972-1973
folder 6 Trilevel Lithography 1983
Series XIV. Speeches 1968-1980
Scope and Content Notes:

This small series is arranged chronologically by the date the speech was made. This arrangement reflects the exact order of the materials as they were originally filed. The event, the presenter, and in some cases the title of the speech are recorded in the folder heading. The speeches in this series occurred from 1968-1980 and were mostly given by members of the senior management.


Box 180
folder 1 G.L. Wilcox, Westinghouse Policy Course 1968
folder 2 L.M. Stark, Pittsburgh Personnel Association 1968
folder 3 G.L. Wilcox, Management Council Meeting 1968
folder 4 G.L. Wilcox and F.E. Spindler, Elmira Customer Service Award 1968
folder 5 G.L. Wilcox, Atomic, Defense, and Marine Management 1968
folder 6 G.L. Wilcox, East Pittsburgh Management Meeting 1968
folder 7 G.L. Wilcox, Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce 1968
folder 8 L.M. Stark, American Public Power Association Workshop 1968
folder 9 G.L. Wilcox, Friends of Scouting 1969
folder 10 S.W. Herwald, Engineering Managers Meeting 1969
folder 11 L.M. Stark, "Communications," Management Groups 1969
folder 12 G.L. Wilcox, Westinghouse Policy Course 1969
folder 13 G.L. Wilcox, New York Veteran Employees' Association 1969
folder 14 G.L. Wilcox, Management Council 1969
folder 15 C.H. Weaver, Management Council 1969
folder 16 G.L. Wilcox, PAD Management Meeting 1970
folder 17 G.L. Wilcox, Westinghouse Policy Course 1970
folder 18 G.L. Wilcox, PAD Management Meeting 1970
folder 19 G.L. Wilcox, Management Council 1970
folder 20 D.C. Burnham, "Two Talks," World Affairs Council and School for Environmental Management 1970
folder 21 H.S. Kaltenborn, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Convention 1970
folder 22 G.L. Wilcox, International Teachers' Seminar 1970
folder 23 G.L. Wilcox, Westinghouse Policy Course 1971
folder 24 G.L. Wilcox, Patent Department Meeting 1971
folder 25 G.L. Wilcox, Management Council 1971
folder 26 L.W. Yochum, Management Council 1971
folder 27 J.M. Schiff, Management Council 1971
folder 28 A.L. Bethel and S.W. Herwald, Management Council 1971
folder 29 G.L. Wilcox, Introduction of Governor Shapp 1971
folder 30 G.L. Wilcox, Advanced Degree Program Symposium 1971

Box 181
folder 1 G.L. Wilcox, Defense Management Meeting 1971
folder 2 G.L. Wilcox, "United Fund," Headquarters Directors 1971
folder 3 G.L. Wilcox, dedication of Pittsburgh International Airport 1971
folder 4 G.L. Wilcox, Power Generation Meeting 1971
folder 5 G.L. Wilcox, "Within the Law," Law Department Staff Meeting 1971
folder 6 G.L. Wilcox, "A Sound Policy Restated," Fort Lauderdale conference 1971
folder 7 H.S. Kaltenborn, "A Matter of Compensation," Fort Lauderdale conference 1971
folder 8 C.A. Ruch and N.B. Kopta, Overseas Public Relations Agency Conference 1971
folder 9 G.L. Wilcox, "The Challenge Facing Government and Industry," PA Government Officials 1972
folder 10 G.L. Wilcox, Westinghouse Policy Course 1972
folder 11 D.C. Burnham, Testimony before the Joint Economic Committee of Congress 1972
folder 12 G.L. Wilcox, "Westinghouse and the Government and Society," Power Systems Management 1972
folder 13 G.L. Wilcox, Mitsubishi representatives 1972
folder 14 G.L. Wilcox, "Negotiations," Industrial Relations and Communications Coordinator 1973
folder 15 G.L. Wilcox, Buffalo Management Association 1973
folder 16 G.L. Wilcox, "Support for your most important role," Power Systems International Conference 1973
folder 17 G.L. Wilcox, "Disaster Prevention," Policy Committee Council 1973
folder 18 G.L. Wilcox, "Negotiations," Division Managers Meeting 1973
folder 19 G.L. Wilcox, "Operation Trim," Division Managers Meeting 1973
folder 20 G.L. Wilcox, Westinghouse Policy Course 1973
folder 21 G.L. Wilcox, Broadcasting, Learning and Leisure Time-Management Committee 1973
folder 22 D.J. "Personnel Planning for Business Results," Industrial and Employee Relations Management Meeting 1973
folder 23 D.J. Povejsil, "More Spark for you United Fund Campaign," Research and Development Center 1973
folder 24 C.A. Ruch, "United Fund Communications," Research and Development Center 1973
folder 25 D.J. Povejsil, Baltimore Veterans' Association 1973
folder 26 G.L. Wilcox and C.A. Ruch, Salary Administrators Meeting 1973
folder 27 G.L. Wilcox, Westinghouse Policy Course 1974
folder 28 D.J. Povejsil, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Conference 1974
folder 29 G.L. Wilcox and D.J. Povejsil, Westinghouse and the United Way 1974
folder 30 G.L. Wilcox, Mitsubishi Representatives 1974
folder 31 D.J. Povejsil, Pittsburgh Veteran Employees Association 1974
folder 32 D.J. Povejsil, Manufacturing Managers Meeting 1974
folder 33 D.J. Povejsil, "Personnel," Atlantic Region Meeting 1974
folder 34 D.J. Povejsil, National 4-H Congress 1974
folder 35 C.A. Ruch, Muncie Veteran Employees Association 1975
folder 36 D.J. Povejsil, Retired Employees Association of Florida 1975
folder 37 R.F. Kennedy, Southwest Equal Employment Opportunity Conference 1975

Box 182
folder 1 D.J. Povejsil, Southeastern Region Meeting 1975
folder 2 G.L. Wilcox, "The Ball is in your Court," Research and Development Center 1975
folder 3 D.J. Povejsil, "A Matter of Ups and Downs," Research and Development Center 1975
folder 4 G.E. Moore, "Tools and Time Tables," United Way 1975
folder 5 C.A. Ruch, "Communications to Win Joiners and Influence Stay-Ins," Research and Development Center 1975
folder 6 G.L. Wilcox, United Way Westmoreland County 1975
folder 7 R.E. Kirby, Commerce Department Briefing 1975
folder 8 R.E. Kirby, Public Utility Buyers' Group meeting 1976
folder 9 W.A. Towle, Retired Employees' Association of Florida 1976
folder 10 C.A. Ruch, "Negotiations," Corporate Communications Meeting 1976
folder 11 R.E. Kirby, Communications Meeting 1976
folder 12 J.W. Simpson, "Where is the Morality?" 1976
folder 13 D.J. Povejsil, "The People Aspects of Westinghouse," Student Leader Colloquium 1976
folder 14 D.J. Povejsil, "The Spirit of '76...Successful Negotiations," Research and Development Center 1976
folder 15 R.E. Kirby, Annual Stockholder Meeting 1976
folder 16 R.E. Kirby, Cooper Development Association 1976
folder 17 D.J. Povejsil, Minority Vendor Graduation Program 1976
folder 18 G.L. Wilcox, United Way 1976
folder 19 E.V. Clark, Jr., Sharon Veteran Employees 1976
folder 20 G.C. Hurlbert, Association of Edison Illuminating Companies 1976
folder 21 G.L. Wilcox, United Way 1976
folder 22 C.A. Ruch, Bryant Veteran Employees Association 1976
folder 23 D.D.Danforth, Financial Analysts Meeting 1976
folder 24 R.E. Kirby, American University 1976
folder 25 R.E. Kirby, Westinghouse Communications Conference 1977
folder 26 R.E. Kirby, Fortune Corporate Communications Seminar 1977
folder 27 R.E. Kirby, D.D. Danforth, C.H. Hurlbert, and T.J. Murrin, Financial Analysts Meeting 1977
folder 28 D.J. Povejsil, Human Resources Association 1977
folder 29 C.H. Weaver, Westinghouse Executive Forum VIII 1977
folder 30 R.E. Kirby, D.D. Danforth, and T.J. Murrin, Security Analysts Meeting 1978
folder 31 L.W. Yochum, Management Visibility Presentation 1978
folder 32 N.V. Petrou, Construction Group Business Unit Managers 1978
folder 33 C.A. Ruch, Power Systems Personnel Relations Managers 1978
folder 34 D.L. Trezise, Public Systems Personnel Relations Managers 1978
folder 35 N.V. Petrou, Human Resources Strategic Planning Training Program 1978
folder 36 R.E. Kirby, Southern Governors' Conference 1978
folder 37 N.V. Petrou, "Benjamin Garver Lamme," Baltimore Research and Development Symposium 1978
folder 38 N.V. Petrou, "Individual Salary Increase Program," Human Resources Managers 1978
folder 39 N.V. Petrou, Veteran Employees' Association 1978
folder 40 T.J. Murrin, Large City School Superintendents' Conference 1978
folder 41 N.V. Petrou, Baltimore Veteran Employees' Association 1978
folder 42 N.V. Petrou, Westinghouse Management Association 1978
folder 43 N.V. Petrou, "Affirmative Action in Employment and Supply," Purchasing Managers 1978
folder 44 G.C. Hurlbert, "The Anger of Decent Men," Association of Edison Illuminating Companies 1978
folder 45 R.E. Kirby, President's Commission on Personnel Interchange 1978
folder 46 N.V. Petrou, Industry Products Company Business Unit Review Meeting 1979
folder 47 N.V. Petrou, "Wage Standards," Corporate World Relations Staff Meeting 1979
folder 48 N.V. Petrou, "Performance Share Program," Executive Group 1979
folder 49 N.V. Petrou, Retired Employees' Association 1979
folder 50 N.V. Petrou, Personnel Relations Managers Meeting 1979
folder 51 D.D. Danforth, "Productivity Improvement," Control Equipment Group Headquarters 1979
folder 52 N.V. Petrou, Public Systems Company Personnel Relations Managers' Meeting 1979
folder 53 D.L. Trezise, Retired Employees' Association 1980
Series XV. Westinghouse Library 1905-1993
Scope and Content Notes:

This series consists of books taken from the Research and Development/ Science and Technology Center’s Library. They are technical in nature and have been retained in the collection because they either mention a Westinghouse product or were written by a Westinghouse employee.

Box 183

  • Advanced strength of materialsby J.P. Den Hartog 1952
  • Airborne radarby Donald J. Povejsil, Robert S. Raven and Peter Waterman 1965
  • The Alternating Current Motor and its Application to Reversing Mill Drive 1914
  • American Institute of Electrical Engineers: History of the Pittsburgh Section 1947
  • Arc Physicsby Max F. Hoyaux 1968
  • As I Remember: the autobiography of Stephen P. Timoshenkoby Stephen P. Timoshenko 1968
  • Battlefronts of industry: Westinghouse in World War IIby David O. Woodbury 1948
  • The Binding Force 1966
  • Boiling heat transfer and two-phase flowby L.S. Tong 1965
  • Bringing total quality to salesby Cas Welch and Pete Geissler 1992
  • Business Week: The Reindustrialization of America 1980
  • A Century of lightby James A. Cox 1979
  • Chevron WorldStandard Oil Company of America 1979
  • A Chronological history of electrical development from 600B.C. 1946
  • Collecting old radios and crystal setsby Max Alth 1977
  • Conductibilite electrique isolants solides et des semi-conducteursby A.F. Joffe 1933
  • Conduction of Electricity in Gases: A Series of Lecturesby J. Slepian 1933
  • Connecting induction motors 1933
  • The cooling of electric machines and cableby Theodore De Koning 1955
  • Crystallographic data on metal and alloy structurescompiled by A. Taylor and Brenda J. Kagle 1963
  • Crystals: perfect and imperfect 1965
  • Cyclopedia of applied electricity: Part I- Current measurements wiring telegraph 1905

Box 184

  • Cyclopedia of applied electricity: Part II- Direct Current Dynamos, Machines, and Motors; Storage Batteries 1905
  • Cyclopedia of applied electricity: Part III- Power stations lighting railways 1905
  • Cyclopedia of applied electricity: Part IV- Alternating Currents power transmission 1905
  • Cyclopedia of applied electricity: Part V- Telephony index 1905
  • Dampf-Und Gas-Turbinenby A. Stodola 1922
  • Dampf-Und Gas-Turbinenby A. Stodola 1924
  • Published papers of Evan Albert Davis 1969

Box 185

  • Deep-Sea World: The Story of Oceanographyby Charles Coombs 1966
  • Determinations of atomic weightsby Theodore W. Richards and Hobart Hurd Willard 1910
  • The Development of the Ontario Power Companyby P.N. Nunn 1905
  • Diamond Jubilee of LightNiagara Mohawk News 1954
  • Dielectric Materials and their behavior as Insulators 1946
  • Dimensions of the successful corporations of the 1990sby Douglas Danforth 1985
  • Distribution Systems: Electric Utility Engineering Reference Book 1959
  • Elasticity and anelasticity of metalsby Clarence M. Zener 1948
  • The Electric Century, 1874-1974Electrical World 1974
  • Electrical Characteristics of Transmission Circuitsby William Nesbit 1926
  • Electrical engineering papersby Benjamin Lamme 1919
  • Electrical engineering problemsby E.M Williams and F.J. Young 1960
  • The Electrical equipment conspiracies: the treble damage actionsby Charles A. Bane 1973
  • Electrical insulation: Its application to shipboard electrical equipmentby Graham Lee Moses 1951

Box 186

  • The Electrical Manufacturers 1875-1900by Harold C. Passer 1955
  • Electrical transmission and distribution reference book 1942
  • Electrical World directory of electric utilitiesby John E. Slater 1969
  • Electrified oil productionby J.K. Howell and E.E. Hogwood 1962
  • The Electromagnetodynamics of fluidsby W.F. Hughes and F.J. Young 1966
  • Electrons on the move 1964
  • Electronics at work: The theory and application of electronics 1943
  • Energy does matter 1964
  • Engineering problems 1930
  • Factory Testing of Electrical Apparatus 1928
  • Factory Testing of Electrical Apparatus 1942
  • Selected Papers of Edward G. Fischer 1982
  • The John Fritz Medal: Medalists 1902-1947 1947
  • From immigrant to inventorby Michael Pupin 1926
  • Geometric programmingby Richard J. Duffin, Elmore L. Peterson, Clarence M. Zener 1967

Box 187

  • Collected papers of Earl A. Gulbransen 1974
  • Henry Ford Museum 1972
  • Historic Hydro-Electric Developments at Niagara Falls: an addressby Edward Dean Adams 1926
  • History of strength of materialsby Stephen P. Timoshenko 1953
  • History of electric lightby Henry Schroeder 1923
  • How to meld 29 metalsby Charles H. Jennings 1937
  • The Induction motor and other alternating current motorsby B.A. Behrend 1921
  • Induction motor practiceby A.M. Dudley 1928
  • Industrial Electronics: A Laboratory Manual for Educational Institutions 1945

Box 188

  • Industrial Robots: volume I- Fundamentalsby William R. Tanner 1979
  • Industrial Robots: volume II- Applicationsby William R. Tanner 1979
  • Industrial stroboscopyby Gilbert Kivenson 1965
  • The Internal combustion engine: volume I- Slow speed enginesby Harry R. Ricardo 1922
  • The Internal combustion engine: volume II- High speed enginesby Harry R. Ricardo 1927
  • First Report of the United Nations: Atomic Energy Council to the Security Council, December 31,1946by the International Control of Atomic Energy 1946
  • Growth of a Policy: Informal Summary Record of the Official Declarations and Proposals Relating to the International Control of Atomic Energy Made between August 6 and October 15, 1946by the International Control of Atomic Energy 1946
  • Scientific Information Transmitted to the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission, June 14 to October 14, 1946by the International Control of Atomic Energy 1946
  • Proceedingsby the International Electrical Congress 1984
  • Selected papers of Howard N. Kaufman 1986
  • Benjamin Garver Lamme: electrical engineer, an autobiographyby Benjamin Lamme 1926
  • Selected papers of Milton M. Leven 1976
  • Lighing a Revolution: the beginning of electric powerby Bernard S. Finn 1979
  • Lightningby Martin A. Uman 1969
  • Magic Dials: the story of radio and televisionby Lowell Thomas 1939
  • The Making of a profession: a century of electrical engineering in Americaby A. Michael McMahon 1984
  • Managing product cost improvement 1961
  • Selected papers of Michael J. Manjoine 1984
  • Math and aftermath 1965
  • Mechanical springsby A.M. Wahl 1963
  • Mechanical vibrationsby J.P. Den Hartog 1956
  • Mechanicsby J.P. Den Hartog 1948
  • Men of science: Fifteen stories of scientific advances and the men who helped make them 1946

Box 189

  • Mitsubishi Electric Corporation: History of Mitsubishi Electric- The 60th Anniversary of its Foundation 1982
  • Modele Matematyczne A Rzeczy Wistosc 1969
  • National Historic Mechanical Engineering Landmarksby Richard S. Hartenberg 1979
  • Nauka O Nauce metody objasniania zjawisk fizycznych 1968
  • Niagara Power: History of the Niagara Falls Power Company, 1886-1918by Edward Deans Adams 1927
  • Non-stoichiometric compoundby Lyon Mandelcorn 1964
  • Optical physicsby Max Garbuny 1965
  • Perspectives on radio and television, telecommunications in the United Statesby leslie F. Smith 1990
  • Selected papers of Rudolph Peterson 1966
  • Photocells and their Applicationby V.K. Zworykin and E.D. Wilson 1930
  • Photoelasticity: the selected scientific papers of M.M. Frochtedited by M.M. Leven 1969
  • Plasticity: A mechanics of the plastic state of matterby A. Nadai 1931
  • Power: the magazine of power generation and plant energy systems. A century of power progress. 1982
  • Power capacitorsby R.E. Marbury 1949
  • Principles and practices of network radio broadcastingtestimony of David Sarnoff 1939
  • Principles of business writingby T.H. Bailey Whipple 1924
  • The Problem solvers: people who turned problems into productby Nathan Aaseng 1989
  • Productivity improvementby Donald C. Burnham 1973
  • Properties and Testing of Magnetic Materialsby Thomas Spooner 1927

Box 190

  • RCA: five historical views 1971
  • Recent advances in optimization techniquesedited by Abraham Lavi and Thomas P. Vogl 1966
  • Relay handbook 1926
  • Residential Lightingby Myrtle Fahsbender 1948
  • Rewinding small motorsby Daniel H. Braymer and A.C. Roe 1925
  • The Rise of the electrical industry during the nineteenth centuryby Malcolm MacLaren 1943
  • Risk and technological innovation: American manufacturing methods during the nineteenth centuryby Paul Strassmann 1956
  • Robotics: the marriage of computers and machinesby Ellen Thro 1993
  • Saturday Science 1960
  • Science and Life in the Worldby the Westinghouse Educational Foundation for the George Westinghouse Centennial Forum 1946
  • Science by degrees: temperatures from zero to zero 1965
  • The Science of Science: methods of interpreting physical phenomena 1965
  • Seeking and finding science talent: A 50 year history of the Westinghouse Science Talent Searchby Tom K. Phares 1990
  • Semi-Conductor Power Switches: a bibliographyby E.J. Duckett 1961
  • Siedem Stanow Materii 1970
  • Standards of the Electric Power Club: Electric Power Apparatus 1923
  • Technical papers and other articles of William Stanley, 1887-1908 1957
  • Statistical theory of signal detectionby Carl Helstrom 1968

Box 191

  • Strength of materialsby J.P. Den Hartog 1949
  • Strength of materials: Part I- Elementary theory and problemsby S. Timoshenko 1955
  • Strength of materials: Part II- Advanced theory and problemsby S. Timoshenko 1958
  • Stress concentrations design factorsby R.E. Peterson 1953
  • Structure Reports of 1958edited by W.B. Pearson 1968
  • Submarine geography off Southern Californiaby Harold Palmer 1970
  • Symmetrical components as applied to the analysis of unbalanced electrical circuitsby C.F. Wagner and R.D. Evans 1933
  • Collected publications of Abraham Taylor 1966
  • Television in diagnostic radiologycompiled by Robert D. Moseley, Jr. and John H. Rust 1969
  • Tesla, Nikola: Complete patentscompiled by John T. Ratzlaff 1982-1987
  • The Tesla Journal: An International Review of the Sciences and Humanitiesby J.P. Den Hartog 1948
  • Theory of elastic stabilityby Stephen P. Timoshenko and James M. Gere 1961
  • Theory of elasticityby S. Timoshenko 1934

Box 192

  • Theory of elasticityby S.P. Timoshenko and J.N Goodier 1970
  • Theory of flow and fracture of solidsby A. Nadai 1950
  • Theory of plates and shellsby S. Timoshenko 1959
  • Theory of structuresby S. P.Timoshenko and D.H. Young 1965
  • Thermoelectricity: science and engineeringby Robert R. Heikes and Roland W. Ure, Jr. 1961
  • Thyristor phase-controlled converters and cycloconvertersby B.R. Pelly 1971
  • Transformers for the electric power industryby Richard L. Bean, Nicholas Chackan, Harold R. Moore and Edward C. Wentz 1959
  • Understanding the Atoma series of books by the United States Atomic Energy Commission 1964-1969
  • Understanding lightningby Martin A. Uman 1971
  • Velocity of Light: Experimental determination of the velocity of lightby Albert A. Michelson (copy) 1878
  • Vibration problems in engineeringby S. Timoshenko 1955
  • Selected papers of Arthur M. Wahl 1966
  • Westinghouse Centennial 1886-1986: Baltimore Divisions and Contracts Managementby Lee D. Barrons 1985
  • Westinghouse Code 1911
  • Westinghouse Defense: Facilities and Personnel 1984
  • Westinghouse Engineer: Centennial edition 1986
  • George Westinghouse: his life and achievements, 1846-1914 1946
  • George Westinghouse: scenes from a great life 1946
  • George Westinghouse Commemoration: a forum presenting the career and achievements of George Westinghouse on the 90th anniversary of his birthby The American Society of Mechanical Engineers 1937

Box 193

  • Westinghouse Library Biography/ Bibliography files compiled by the library staff 1961
  • Westinghouse Organization and Products 1980
  • Westinghouse Organization and Products 1977
  • Westinghouse Organization and Products 1974
  • Westinghouse Organization and Products 1970
  • Westinghouse Organization and Products 1967
  • Westinghouse people make it happen at Large and Waltz Mill 1986
  • White collar or noose? The occupation of millionsby Leo F. Bollens 1947
  • Wiazania Chemiczne 1970
  • Winding alternating-current machinesby Michael Liwschitz-Garik 1950
  • world energy and the oceansby William E. Shoupp 1973
  • X-ray metallography: an introductionby A. Taylor 1952
  • X-Ray metallographyby A. Taylor 1961
Series XVI. World War II 1941-1995
Scope and Content Notes:

This series is housed in 10 boxes and separated into two sub-series. The Topical sub-series is arranged alphabetically by subject folder headings. These materials document Westinghouse Electric’s effort to educate their employees about health, production, and conservation issues through company published guide books and programs. It includes information about clubs and campaigns organized to promote this information, such as the Health for Victory Club and the More Kilowatt Hours for Victory campaign. Posters for this sub-series are available in the oversize collection.

The second sub-series consists of reports on many division’s wartime activities. These reports were requested from all divisions in 1946 to document the contribution of Westinghouse to the Allied war effort. They were complied and called “Westinghouse in World War II.” The information in these reports is generally of a historical, rather than technical, nature.

Subseries Topical

Box 194
folder 1 Articles 1943-1995
folder 2 Advertisements 1943-1944
folder 3 Bond envelope undated
folder 4 Conservation plan 1943
folder 5 Electrical products (shortages, production requirements, and maintenance) 1941-1944
folder 6 Employee Memorial Certificate and Letter 1944
Health for Victory Club
folder 7 Articles 1942
folder 8 Canning and Nutrition guides 1943-1944
folder 9 Meal Planning Guides 1942-1943
folder 10 Meal Planning Guides 1944
folder 11 "More Kilowatt Hours for Victory" 1942-1943
folder 12 National Defense Research Committee report 1945
folder 13 "Or We Shall Die" pledge c1942
folder 14 Pamphlets 1942-1945
folder 15 Plant Protection manual c1943
folder 16 Plastic helmet liner production report 1946

Box 195
folder 1 Postwar residential market 1944
folder 2 Production awards 1942-1944
folder 3 Production information 1945
folder 4 Post-War Employment statement 1945
folder 5 Quotes for press 1940
folder 6 Rosie the Riveter (Rose Will Monroe) 1944
folder 7 Tank Gun Stabilizer articles 1944-1945
folder 8 Westinghouse Magazine 1944-1945

Subseries Reports
folder 9 Accounting and Treasury, vol. I 1946
folder 10 Accounting and Treasury, vol. II 1946

Box 196
folder 1 Accounting and Treasury, vol. III 1946
folder 2 Accounting and Treasury, vol. IV 1946

Box 197
folder 1 Accounting and Treasury, vol. V 1946
folder 2 Appliance Division, Mansfield, OH- vol. I 1946
folder 3 Appliance Division, Mansfield, OH- vol. II 1946
folder 4 Appliance Division, Mansfield, OH- vol. III 1946

Box 198
folder 1 Appliance Division, Mansfield, OH- vol. IV 1946
folder 2 Aviation Gas Turbine Division 1946
folder 3 Bryant Electric Company, Bridgeport, CT 1946
folder 4 Central Engineering and Service Division 1946

Box 199
folder 1 District Engineering and Service Department, vol. I (c.1) 1946
folder 2 District Engineering and Service Department, vol. I (c.2) 1946

Box 200
folder 1 District Engineering and Service Department, vol. II (c.1) 1946
folder 2 District Engineering and Service Department, vol. II (c.2) 1946

Box 201
folder 1 District Engineering and Service Department, vol. II (c.3) 1946
folder 2 District Manufacturing and Repair Department, vol. I (c.1) 1946

Box 202
folder 1 District Manufacturing and Repair Department, vol. I (c.2) 1946
folder 2 District Manufacturing and Repair Department, vol. II 1946

Box 203
folder 1 East Pittsburgh Divisions, vol. IV 1946
folder 2 Eastern District Sale Department 1946
folder 3 Eastern Engineering and Service Division 1946
folder 4 Elevator Division, Jersey City, NJ- vol. I 1946

Box 204
folder 1 Elevator Division, Jersey City, NJ- vol. II 1946
folder 2 Engineering Laboratories and Standards Department 1946
folder 3 Factory Service Division 1946
folder 4 Gearing Division 1946

Box 205
folder 1 Headquarters Manufacturing Division 1946
folder 2 Headquarters, Purchases and Traffic Department 1946
folder 3 Industrial Relations 1946
folder 4 Industry Sales 1946

Box 206
folder 1 International Company 1946
folder 2 Lamp Division, vol. I 1946
folder 3 Lamp Division, vol. II 1946
folder 4 Law and Patent Department 1946
folder 5 Lighting Division 1946

Box 207
folder 1 Marine Propulsion Equipment, vol. V 1946
folder 2 Merchandising Division, East Springfield, MA- vol. I 1946
folder 3 Merchandising Division, East Springfield, MA- vol. II 1946
folder 4 Merchandising Division, East Springfield, MA- vol. III 1946

Box 208
folder 1 Merchandising Division, East Springfield, MA- vol. IV 1946
folder 2 Merchant Marine Division, Central Methods 1946
folder 3 Merchant Marine Division, Engineering Department 1946

Box 209
folder 1 Merchant Marine Division, Heavy Manufacturing 1946
folder 2 Merchant Marine Division, Industrial Relations- vol. I 1946

Box 210
folder 1 Merchant Marine Division, Industrial Relations- vol. II 1946
folder 2 Merchant Marine Division, Industrial Relations- vol. III 1946
folder 3 Merchant Marine Division, Light Manufacturing 1946

Box 211
folder 1 Merchant Marine Division, Order Service Department 1946
folder 2 Merchant Marine Division, Production 1946
folder 3 Merchant Marine Division, Purchasing 1946
folder 4 Merchant Marine Division, Purchasing (c.2) 1946
folder 5 Merchant Marine Division, Quality Control 1946
folder 6 Merchant Marine Division, Service Department 1946
folder 7 Merchant Marine Division, Works Engineering Department 1946

Box 212
folder 1 Meter Division, vol. I 1946

Box 213
folder 1 Meter Division, vol. II 1946
folder 2 Meter Division, Exhibit II 1946

Box 214
folder 1 Motor Division, vol.I 1946
folder 2 Motor Division, vol.II 1946
folder 3 Motor Division, vol.III 1946
folder 4 Naval Ordinance Division (Canton, OH) 1946

Box 215
folder 1 Naval Ordinance Division (Center Line, MI) 1946
folder 2 Naval Ordinance Plant (Louisville, KY) c.1 1946
folder 3 Naval Ordinance Plant (Louisville, KY) c.2 1946
folder 4 Printing Division 1946
folder 5 Public Relations 1946

Box 216
folder 1 Radio and X-Ray Divisions, book 1 1946
folder 2 Radio and X-Ray Divisions, vol. I 1946
folder 3 Radio and X-Ray Divisions, vol. II 1946
folder 4 Radio and X-Ray Divisions, vol. III 1946

Box 217
folder 1 Research Laboratories, vol. I 1946
folder 2 Research Laboratories, vol. II 1946
folder 3 Small Motor Division 1946
folder 4 South Philadelphia Works, vol. I 1946

Box 218
folder 1 South Philadelphia Works, vol. II 1946
folder 2 South Philadelphia Works, vol. III 1946
folder 3 South Philadelphia Works, vol. IV 1946
folder 4 South Philadelphia Works, vol. I-IV 1946

Box 219
folder 1 Switchgear and Control Division, vol. I (c.1) 1946
folder 2 Switchgear and Control Division, vol. I (c.2) 1946
folder 3 Switchgear and Control Division, vol. II 1946
folder 4 Transformer Division, vol. I 1946

Box 220
folder 1 Transformer Division, vol. II 1946
folder 2 Transformer Division, vol. III 1946
folder 3 Transportation and Generator Division, vol. I 1946
folder 4 Transportation and Generator Division, vol. II (c.1) 1946

Box 221
folder 1 Transportation and Generator Division, vol. II (c.2) 1946
folder 2 War Production Progress Reports, vol. I 1940-1942
folder 3 War Production Progress Reports, vol. II 1942-1943

Box 222
folder 1 Washington, D.C. Office 1946
folder 2 Westinghouse Electric Supply Company (WESCO) 1946
folder 3 Westinghouse Radio Stations 1946
folder 4 Miscellaneous Divisions 1946