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Series XXIX. Printed Materials, 1889-1929

Scope and Content Notes:

The majority of the published materials focus on the subject of coal, coke and steel production and sale in the Appalachian region of the United States and around the world. The largest portion of the collection revolves around seven journals: The Coal Trade Journal, Buildings and Building Management, Saward’s Journal, The Commercial & Financial Chronicle, Seventh Annual Report of the United States Steel Corporation, The Manufacture of Coke, and Bulletin of the American Institute of Mining Engineers.

The Coal Trade Journal is acknowledged authority which is reliable, prompt, correct, and independent on the subject of coal. It is not local, but gives facts and figures from all parts of the United States. The business done in coal at every principal city, prices, tonnage, qualities dealt in, fully shown. New routes to coal fields, and new processes in the economy of fuel, form an important feature of this Journal. This journal information is relative to coal production, prices, and transportation at home and abroad. Frederick E. Saward, was the main editor of the trade journal also published books and Saward’s Journal.

Buildings and building management was originally a weekly journal devoted to real estate, building management and construction in Greater New York area however it eventually became a national monthly journal to self-teach businesses on purchasing real estate. Buildings and Building Management, urged owners to rationalize their operations on a unit-cost basis. The major years of this journal that are included in this series are from 1917 to 1920.

Frederick William Saward, editor and publisher of Saward's Journala coal-trade weekly. Became Saward’s Annual in 1922. The weekly journal detailed information relative to output, prices, freight and wage rates, transportation, exports, trade conditions, computing tables and other important aspects of the coal industry for wholesale and retail. The major years of this journal that are included in this series are from 1919 to 1920.

The Commercial & Financial Chronicle was a business newspaper in the United States founded by William Buck Dana (1829–1910) in 1865. Published weekly, the Commercial & Financial Chronicle was deliberately modeled to be an American take on the popular business newspaper The Economist, which had been founded in England in 1843. It was the first national business weekly in the United States. The Commercial & Financial Chronicle continued the legacy begun by Hunt's Merchant's Magazine and Commercial Review, a monthly business magazine, which was founded in 1839 by Freeman Hunt but disappeared during the American Civil War. They are together in many library collections. The journal was absorbed January 7, 1871, the Merchant's magazine and commercial review and eventually in September 4, 1941, the Financial reporter.

United States Steel Corporation. Annual Report of the United States Steel Corporation for the Fiscal Year: editions one to twelve. When United States Steel Corporation was founded in 1901, the United States Steel Corporation, better known as U.S. Steel, was the largest business enterprise ever launched, with more than $1 billion in capital. An annual report provides a detailed look at the financial results for the prior twelve months of operations. Also most all annual report included: chairman’s statement, income statement, cash flow statement, balance sheet, notes to the accounts, auditors Reports. Reports may also include a marketing/product segmentation section, organizational charts and graphs. Filing dates vary by country, as does the date by which the report must be filed by. The Annual Reports tend to be filed between April 1 and June 30 each year. The major years that are included in this series are from 1902 to1911 and 1913.

The Manufacture of Coke in 1905-1913. Edward W. Parker of the Geological Survey produced a statistical analysis of the rapid development of the business of coke production for steel manufacturing in this United States. The statistics of coal production have been published annually by the United States Geological Survey, the first report, which was published in 1883, covering the calendar year 1882. In the three years that the census statistics were collected, 1889, 1900, and 1909, the work was carried on jointly by the United States Geological Survey and the Bureau of the Census under cooperative arrangements. The years between the censuses the report was publish solely by the U.S. Geological Survey. The major years that are included in this collection are from 1905 to 1913.

American Institute of Mining Engineers’s Bulletin of the American Institute of Mining Engineers. American Institute of Mining Engineers was founded in 1871 by 22 mining engineers in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, United States, being one of the first national engineering societies in the country. Its charter is to "advance and disseminate knowledge of engineering and the arts and sciences involved in the production and use of minerals, metals, energy sources and materials for the benefit of humankind." They achieved their charter goals by publishing three volumes of Transactions annually and a monthly Bulletin which appeared on the first of each month. The monthly and eventually bi-monthly bulletin contains reports of proceedings, professional papers, notices and other matters of interest to members related to Mine Engineering.

Box 710 T he Banker: Containing Official Reports of Allegheny County and Other National Banks. vol. 17. Pittsburgh, PA; Banker Publsihing Company, 1906
Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. Growing with America. Pittsburgh: United States Steel Corp., 1948
The Chamber of Commerce of Pittsburgh, 1916
Controller’s 52nd Annual Report of the Fiscal Affairs of Allegheny County for the year Ending December 31, 1912. Pittsburgh, Pa.: Smith Brothers Company, Inc., 1913
Controller’s 53rd Annual Report of the Fiscal Affairs of Allegheny County for the Year Ending December 31st, 1913.
Controller’s 54th Annual Report of the Fiscal Affairs of Allegheny County for the Year Ending December 31st, 1914.
Controller’s 55th Annual Report of the Fiscal Affairs of Allegheny County for the Year Ending December 31, 1915. Pittsburgh, Pa.: Pittsburgh Printing Company.
Hodge, James M. Report on The Upper Cumberland Coal Field: The Region Drained By Poor and Clover Forks in Harlan and Letcher Counties 13, no. 16, 1912
Box 711 George A. Fuller Company. Prominent Buildings Erected by the George A. Fuller Company. New York: George Fuller Company, 1904
Mainly About Pittsburgh: Some of Pittsburgh’s Prominent People, Past and Present. New York: The Writer’s Press Association, 1903
Reed, Jos. W. Annual Report for 1915; Methods of Mining and Preparation of Coals for Market in Inspection District No. 3: Breathitt, Laurel, Lee, Letcher, McCreary, Morgan and Perry Counties, Including the By-Products Elkhorn Coal Field. pt. 3. no. 3. Introduction by C. J. Norwood. Frankfort, Ky.: The State Journal Company
Schwartz, Jeffrey. Smoky City Memories. Sewickley Academy, Pa.: Fine Points of Writing, 1987
United States Army Corps of Engineers. Chicago Harbor and Adjacent Waterways: Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting, with a letter from the chief of engineers, report of preliminary examination and survey of harbors and rivers at or near Chicago, Ill. … for the purpose of reporting a plan for a complete, systematic, and broad improvement of harbor facilities for Chicago and adjacent territory. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1913
Wolff, Paul C., Western Pennsylvania Road Book with Routes Connecting Pittsburgh With Buffalo, Cleveland, Chicago, St. Louis, Philadelphia, Baltimore and the Shenandoah Valley. Pittsburgh, Pa., 1912
Box 712 Bridge, James Howard. The History of the Carnegie Steel Company: An Inside Review of Its Humble Origin and Impressive Growth. New York: The Aldine Book Company, 1903
American Institute of Mining Engineers and Metallurgical Engineers. Year Book, no. 149, May 1919
Ashley, G. H., M. R. Campbell, Charles Butts, and F. C. Greene. Coal Fields in Rhode Island, Virginia, Kentucky, and Missouri, no. 541-F, 1914
Fernald, R. H. Notes on the use of Low-Grade Fuel in Europe. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1915
Fieldner, Arno C. and Carl A. Taylor. Determination of Nitrogen in Coal: A Comparison of Various Modifications of the Kjeldahl Method with the Dumas Method. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1915
Fieldner, Arno C. Howard I. Smith, Albert H. Fay, and Samuel Sanford. Analyses of Mine and Car Samples of Coal Collected in the Fiscal Years 1911 to 1913, no. 85. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, August 1914
Fifth Annual Report by the Director of the Bureau of Mines to the Secretary of the Interior for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1915. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1915
Lesher, C. E. Coke in 1915. pt. 2. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office: 515-558. [2 copies], 1916
Lesher, C. E. Coal in 1916. pt. 2. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office: 901-991, 1918
Lesher, C. E. Coal in 1915. Part A Production. pt. 2. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office: 345-431, 1916
Lesher, C. E. Coal in 1915. Part B Distribution and Consumption. pt. 2. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office: 433-513, 1916
Lesher, C. E. Coal in 1918. Par A Production. pt. 2. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office: 695-813, 1920
Lesher, C. E. Field Apparatus for Determining Ash in Coal. pt. 2, no. 621-A. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office: 1-12, 1915
Lesher, C. E., Prices of Coal and Coke 1913-1918. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1919
Lesher, C. E. The Manufacture of Coke in 1914. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office: 387-442, 1915
Parker, Edward W. The Manufacture of Coal in 1905-1913. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1906-1914
Parker, Edward W. The Manufacture of Coke in 1908-1913. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1910-1914
Pope, George S. Methods of Sampling Delivered Coal and Specifications for the Purchase of Coal for the Government. no. 116. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1916
The Production and Conservation of Fuel: Addresses’ Delivered at the Tenth Annual Convention of The International Railway Fuel Association Held in Chicago on May 23 And 24, 1918. Washington, D.C.: The United States Railroad Administration
The Production and Conservation of Fuel: Addresses Delivered at the Tenth Annual Convention of the International Railway Fuel Association, held in Chicago on May 23 and 24, 1918 under the Auspices of the United States Railroad Administration and the United States Fuel Administration. Washington, D.C.: The United States Railroad Administration and The United States Fuel Administration
Ralston, Oliver C. Graphic Studies of Ultimate Analyses of Coals. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1915
Thompson, J. W. Abstract of Current Decisions on Mines and Mining: Reported From October to December, 1915, no. 118 Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, April 1916
Thompson, J. W. Abstract of Current Decisions on Mines and Mining: Reported from January to April, 1916, no. 126 Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, August 1916
White, Joseph H. Miners’ Wash and Change Houses. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1915
Box 713 Brown, Francis Shunk. Report and Official Opinions of the Attorney General of Pennsylvania for the Two Years Ending December 31, 1916. no. 6 Harrisburg, Pa.: J. L. L. Kuhn, State Printer, 1917
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Report of the Department of Mines of Pennsylvania: Part I---Anthracite 1913. Harrisburg, Pa.: Wm. Stanley, State Printer, 1914
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Report of the Department of Mines of Pennsylvania: Part II---Bituminous 1913. Harrisburg, Pa.: Wm. Stanley, State Printer, 1914
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Report of the Department of Mines of Pennsylvania: Part II---Bituminous 1914. Harrisburg, Pa.: Wm. Stanley, State Printer, 1915
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Report of the Department of Mines of Pennsylvania: Part I---Anthracite 1915. Harrisburg, Pa.: Wm. Stanley, State Printer, 1916
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Report of the Department of Mines of Pennsylvania: Part II---Bituminous 1915. Harrisburg, Pa.: Wm. Stanley Ray, State Printer, 1916
Box 714 Crandall, Albert R., and George M. Sullivan. Kentucky Geological Survey: The Coalfield Adjacent to Pineville Gap in Bell and Knox Counties. Interstate Publishing Co., 1912
Harnsberger, T. K. The Geology and Coal Resources of the Coal-bearing Portion of Tazewell County, Virginia. no. 19, Charlottesville: University of Virginia, 1919
Henry, Earl A. Annual Report of the Department of Mines for the Fiscal Year Ending June30, 1915. Charleston: Tribune P.T.G. Company
How West Virginia was Made: Proceedings of the First Convention of the People of Northwestern Virginia at Wheeling May 13, 14, and 15, 1861, and the Journal of the Second Convention of the People of Northwestern Virginia at Wheeling, which Assembled, June 11, 1861, and Continued in Session until June 25th, Adjourned until August 6th, 1861, Reassembled on that Date, and Continued is Session until August 21st, When it Adjourned sine die. With Appendixes and an Introduction, Annotations, and Addenda by Virgil A. Lewis. Charleston, W.Va.: News-Mail Company, Public Printers, December 1, 1909
Jillson, Willard Rouse. The Oil and Gas Resources of Kentucky: A Geological Review of the Past Development and the Present Status of the Industry in Each of the One Hundred and Twenty Counties in the Commonwealth. Frankfort, Ky.: Department of Geology and Forestry, 1919
Krebs, Charles E. West Virginia Geological Survey: Raleigh County and the Western Portions of Mercer and Summers Counties. Aided by D. D. Teets, Jr. Wheeling, W.Va.: Wheeling News Litho. Company, 1916
McCullough, C. Hax, Jr. One Hundred Years of Banking: The History of Mellon National Bank and Trust Company. Herbick & Held Printing Company. [Pittsburgh: s.n.] [Pitt], 1969
Mackey, Harry A. Decisions of the Courts of Pennsylvania (Supreme, Superior and Common Pleas) in Workmen’s Compensation Cases. Harrisburg, Pa.: Workmen’s Compensation Board, 1919
Box 715 Hennen, Ray V. West Virginia Geological Survey: Wyoming and McDowell Counties. Aided by Robert M. Gawthrop. Wheeling, W.Va.: Wheeling News Litho. Co. [Pitt], 1915
Miller, A. M. Kentucky Geological Survey: Coals of the Lower Measures along the Western Border of the Eastern Coalfield. Louisville, Ky.: Continental Printing Company, 1910
Stevenson, William Holmes. Addresses on The Lake Erie and Ohio River Canal before the Chamber of Commerce Of Pittsburgh; Does Pittsburgh Need the Canal? By William H. Stevenson; Why the Lake Erie and Ohio River Canal Should Not be Built By W. G. Wilkins, 1917
Zinn, Geo. A. Report upon the Improvement of Rivers and Harbors in the Chicago, Ill., District. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1911
Bown, C. Elmer. Report on Electric Rates in Pittsburgh, PA. Bill no. 1342. Pittsburgh, Pa.: Eureka Printing Company, 1916
The Carnegie Steel Company, Limited. Card of Accounts Embracing Accounts for General Offices and All Departments and Works Operated by this Company, 1898
Chamber of Commerce of Pittsburgh. Annual Report for 1915-1916. Pittsburgh: Art Engraving & Printing Co.
Chamber of Commerce of Pittsburgh. Report of Committee on Charities Endorsement and Advice on Charities Situation in Pittsburgh and Vicinity, May 8, 1913. The Corporation Journal 3, no. 78: 177-192, April 5, 1918
Hennen, Ray V. West Virginia Geological Survey: Marion, Monongalia and Taylor Counties. Aided by David B. Reger, Wheeling, W.Va.: Wheeling News Litho. Company, 1913
Henry, Earl A. Annual Report of the Department of Mines for the Year Ending June 30, 1914. Charleston, W.Va.: Tribune Printing Co., 1915
Indenture of Mortgage; Henry C. Frick to the Fidelity Insurance, Trust and Safe Deposit Company, Trustee; $2,000,000, November 1, 1889
Latimer, W. J. Soil Survey of M’Dowell and Wyoming Counties, West Virginia; Advance Sheets—Field Operations of the Bureau of Soils, 1914. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1916
Box 716 Laing, John. Annual Report of the Department of Mines for the Year Ending June 30, 1913. Charleston, W.Va.: Tribune Printing Co
Mackey, Harry A. The Workmen’s Compensation Bureau of the Department of Labor And Industry of Pennsylvania Harrisburg, PA; The Workmen’s Compensation Act of 1915 as Amended by the Act of 1919; The Rule of Procedure of the Board Compensation Districts, Form and also Decisions of the Courts of Pennsylvania (Supreme, Superior and Common Pleas) for the Year 1919 Together with a Digest of the Decisions of the Courts of 1916-1918. Philadelphia, Pa.: Dunlap Printing Company, 1919
Miller, A. M. Coals of the Lower Measures Along the Western Border of the Eastern Coalfield. no. 12 Louisville, Ky.: Continental Printing Company, 1910
Notice of the Centennial Celebration of the Harvard Law School, March 31, 1917
Norwood, C. J., and The Assistant Inspectors. Annual Report of the Department of Mines of the State of Kentucky for the Year 1914. Frankfort, Ky.: The State Journal Company Printers to the Commonwealth, 1915
Pennsylvania Bar Association. R eport of the Twenty-Second Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Held at Bedford Springs, Pa.; June 27, 28 and 29, 1916. vol. 22. Philadelphia, Pa.: Pennsylvania Bar Association, 1916
Pennsylvania Bar Association. Report of the Twenty-fourth Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Held at Bedford Springs, Pa.; June 25, 26 and 27, 1918. vol. 24 Philadelphia, Pa.: Pennsylvania Bar Association, 1918
Pennsylvania Bar Association. Report of the Twenty-fifth Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Held at Bedford Springs, Pa.; June 24, 25 and 26, 1919. vol. 25 Philadelphia Pa.: Pennsylvania Bar Association, 1919
Seventeenth Annual Report of the Bureau of Labor and Industrial Statistics of the State of Virginia, 1914. Richmond: Davis Bottom, Superintendent Public Printing, 1914
Stevenson, William H. An Answer to the Critics of the Lake Erie and Ohio River Canal, April 12, 1917
Sylvester, Geo. E. Twenty-Fourth Annual Report of the Mining Department. Nashville, Tenn.: Williams Printing Company, 1915
West Virginia Geological Survey. Map III of Monongalia, Marion and Taylor Counties Showing Agricultural Soils, 1913
White, I. C. W est Virginia Geological Survey: Volume Two (A) Supplementary Coal Report. Wheeling, W.Va.: Wheeling News Litho. Company, 1908

Box 717
Folder 1 Carnegie Steel Company: General Statistics and Special Treatise on Homestead Steel Works. Pittsburgh, Pa.: Carnegie Steel Company [2 copies], 1915
Folder 2 Kindl, F. H., ed. Pocket Companion Containing Useful Information and Tables, Appertaining to the Use of Steel, as Manufactured by The Carnegie Steel Company, Limited, Pittsburgh, PA. Pittsburgh, Pa.: Stevenson & Foster Co., 1896
Folder 3 Carnegie Brothers & Co., Limited. T he Edgar Thomson Steel Works and Blast Furnaces. Pittsburgh, Pa.: Jos. Eichbaum & Co. Print, 1890
Folder 4 Bethlehem Steel Corporation. Tenth Annual Report of the Bethlehem Steel Corporation for the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1914
Bethlehem Steel Corporation. Eleventh Annual Report of the Bethlehem Steel Corporation for the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1915
Folder 5 Bethlehem Steel Corporation. Twelfth Annual Report of the Bethlehem Steel Corporation for the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1916
Bethlehem Steel Corporation. Thirteenth Annual Report of Bethlehem Steel Corporation for the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1917
Bethlehem Steel Corporation. Fourteenth Annual Report of Bethlehem Steel Corporation for the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1918
Folder 6 United States Steel Corporation. Seventh Annual Report of the United States Steel Corporation for the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1908
United States Steel Corporation. Eighth Annual Report of the United States Steel Corporation for the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1909
United States Steel Corporation. Ninth Annual Report of the United States Steel Corporation for the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1910
Folder 7 United States Steel Corporation. Tenth Annual Report of the United States Steel Corporation for the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1911
United States Steel Corporation. Twelfth Annual Report of the United States Steel Corporation for the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1913
Box 718 Smull’s Legislative Hand Book and Manual of the State of Pennsylvania. Compiled by Herman P. Miller, with assistance of W. Harry Baker. Harrisburg, Pa.: WM. Stanley Ray, 1917
Folder 1-6 The Commercial & Financial Chronicle 76-77, June 27, 1903-February 13, 1904

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Folder 1-6 The Commercial & Financial Chronicle 78 and 103, February 20, 1904-November 25, 1916

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Folder 1-5 The Commercial & Financial Chronicle 103, 104 and 111, December 2, 1916-December 25, 1920

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Folder 1-3 The Commercial & Financial Chronicle 112, January 1, 1921-March 26, 1921

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Folder 1-4 The Commercial & Financial Chronicle 112, April 2, 1921-June 25, 1921

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Folder 1-2 The Commercial & Financial Chronicle 112-113, July 16, 1921-August 27, 1921

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Folder 1-4 The Commercial & Financial Chronicle 113, September 3, 1921-November 19, 1921

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Folder 1-4 The Commercial & Financial Chronicle 113 and 115, November 26, 1921-March 4, 1922
Folder 5-8 Saward's Journal 1, no. 36-52; Chicago: Patterson Pub. Co., January 4, 1919-April 26, 1919

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Folder 1-12 Saward's Journal 2, no. 1-50; Chicago: Patterson Pub. Co., May 3, 1919-April 24, 1920

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Folder 1-3 Saward's Journal 3, no. 1-12; Chicago: Patterson Pub. Co., May 1, 1920-July 17, 1920
Folder 4-9 Buildings and Building Management 17-20, May 1917-April 19, 1920

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Folder 1-2 Buildings and Building Management 20, May 3, 1920-July 26, 1920
Folder 3-9 The Coal Trade Journal, no. 1-26, July 14, 1915-June 25, 1919
Folder 10 Mining and Metallurgy, no. 162, June 1920
Historical, Industrial, Commercial and Agricultural Review of Pennsylvania, 1916

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Folder 1 Kentucky State Forest Service. The Forest Laws of Kentucky, no. 7, 1930
The State Geological Survey. The Resources of Tennessee 1, no. 4, October 1911
Lile, W. M. Notes on Municipal Corporations: Prepared for the Use of the Students in the Law School of the University of Virginia. 3rd ed. Charlottesville, Va: 1910, Cleveland Rule Co. Catalog, Cleveland, Ohio, 1919
The State Geological Survey. The Resources of Tennessee 3, no. 1, January 1913
Folder 2 U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. Instructions for The Scaling and Measurement of National Forest Timber. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1916
U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. The Woodsman’s Handbook. Washington: Government Printing Press, 1912
Folder 3 Sylvester, Geo. E. Twenty-Second Annual Report of the Mining Department. Nashville: Williams Printing Company, 1913
Sylvester, Geo. E. Twenty-Third Annual Report of the Mining Department. Nashville: Williams Printing Company, 1914
Folder 4 Cummins, Archibald. The Tariff and The Farmer. Berryville, Va.: The Hawthorne Association, 1911
Street-Amet Weighing & Recording Co. Descriptive Circular of Automatic Weight Recorders and Automatic Weight Recording: As Applied to the Weighing of Miner’s Coal, Either in Pit Cars or Hopper, no. 2 (October 1911). Cumberland College Catalogue, 1932
Harvard Law Review 21, no. 5. [Pitt], March 1908
Folder 5 Fifty-Fifth Annual Report of the Board of Water Commissioners of the City of Detroit Together with the Reports of the Officers of the Board for Year Ending June 30, 1907. Detroit Free Press Printing Company, 1907
Fifty-Fifth Annual Report of the Board of Water Commissioners of the City of Detroit to the Common Council of the City of Detroit Together with the Reports of the Officers of the Board For Year Ending June 30, 1908. Detroit: Thos. Smith Press.
C. W. Hunt Company. Coal Handling Machinery Catalogue 063 for Power Stations, Boiler Rooms, Coaling Stations, Gas Companies, Coal Yards, Shipping Docks, Manufactories, etc.. C. W. Hunt Company, 1906
Van Norden Trust Company Bulletin, no. 6, February 1906
Folder 6 The Financier: Roll of Honor 85, no. 1085: 2033-2056 inclusive, May 22, 1905
The Financier: Roll of Honor 86, no. 1100: 1129-1144 inclusive, September 4, 1905
Reed, William. ”Municipal Bonds and Their Market Value: A Portrayal of an Interesting Branch of a Large Bank’s Important Department–How to Figure Bonds Made Plain.”
The Financier 86: 1759, October 16, 1905
“The Deposit Growth of Five Years: The Remarkable Showing Made by the Financial Institutions of the United States.– What the Comparisons Show in Dollars and Percentage.” The Financier Age 13, no. 1: 22-24, January 1, 1906
Folder 7 “American Hardwoods of the Kentucky Mountains.” American Lumberman: 47-62, August 3, 1918
Acts of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky
Court of Appeals of Kentucky. April Term, 1910
Forestry: Tree Planting, Wood Tests, and Lumber Industries. 11th ed, November 1917
Folder 8 Aurand’s Book Store Catalog [2 copies]
Aurand’s Book Store. Catalog of Pennsylvania, February 1928
Aurand’s Books Store. A Catalogue of Books and Pamphlets. no. 101, January 1928
Folder 9 Thomas, John Lloyd and the address of Mr. D. O. Mills. The Mills Hotels with Some Account of Workingmen’s Hotels in Europe and America. Delivered at the opening of Mills Hotel No. 1, October 27, 1897. Reprinted from Municipal of March, 1899
The Cramp Ontario Steel Co., Limited
The Consolidations and Listed Stock Companies in the Iron and Allied Trades. Supplement to the Iron Age, December 27, 1900. New York: David Williams Co.

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Folder 1 National Fire Proofing Company. Fireproof Construction: Its Cost and Economy. Chicago: Sleepeck-Helman Printing Co.
Gilbreth, Frank B. System In Contracting. New York: Bruce & Johnston, 1905
Rapid Construction: The Result of System.
Shone Company, Inc. The Shone System of Sewerage and Drainage as Applied to Buildings; Engineers, Contractors and Machinists, no. 7. Chicago, Ill.: Shone Company, 1905
Bureau of Smoke Regulation. Annual Report of Smoke Regulation for Nineteen-Fifteen, 1915
Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine 11, no. 1 [Pitt], January 1928
Folder 2 American Banker’s Association. Proceedings of the Third Annual Meeting of the Trust Company Section. Chicago, Ill.: Press of Hollister Brothers, 1899
Beyers, J. Frederic. “Iron—A Dominant Factor in Pittsburgh’s Early Industrial Activity,” Greater Pittsburgh 8, no. 44: 1-4, 1927
Lambert, Edward W. Remarks of James W. Alexander President of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States at a Meeting of Board of Directors, August 3, 1904. New York: The Cheltenham Press, 1904
Cromwell, William Nelson and William W. Miller. In re Financial Transactions of the New York, New Haven and Harford Railroad Company, no. 6,569; Memorandum on Behalf of Directors William Skinner and Charles F. Brooker. New York, 1914
Folder 3 Robins, William. Shall Canadians take Gives from Andrew Carnegie? Walkerville, Ontario, April 8, 1901
Folder 4 White & Kemble. Properties of the United States Steel Corporation: Including Colored Map Showing Location of Each Constituent Company’s plants, and Statements of Earnings to Date, also Certificate of Incorporation, By-Laws and a Digest of the Mortgage. New York: Dow, Jones & Co., 1903
Box 731 Father Pitt’s Service Flag: An Illustrated Historical Record of Pittsburgh’s Part in the World War. c1918