SIA Online Newsletter (SIAN) 2005


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 V34, No.1

(Winter 2005)

28 pages

Mailed in March 2005 to all 2004 & 2005 paid members.

  • Gambling on Bethlehem Steel's Future - Will the gambling industry help rescue and preserve Lehigh Valley's steelmaking heritage ?
  • Visit the "Machine Shop of the World' and the Motor City with our June 2005 Milwaukee Conference and Sept. 2005 Detriot Fall tour.
  • Wilmington, Delaware - Review of 2004 SIA Fall Tour
  • Bellanca Hangar, New Castle, DE, needs preservation
  • Geophysics in Industrial Archeology: Ground-Penetrating Radar Surveys at the West Point Foundry, Cold Spring, NY
  • Lime Creek's Most Unusual Bridge, Rockford, Iowa
  • Wilson Bridge: A Saga in Saving Indiana's Bridges, Delphi, IN.
  • Ohio Rolling Mill Engine Moves to New Home, Group Works to save large machines of Youngstown's Steel Heritage
  • Knight Foundry Update: Plans to restart Production in 2005, Sutter Creek, CA
  • Documenting a Pre-Fab Fallout shelter in Georgia, Gainesville, GA
  • Saint Paul Municipal Grain Terminal building threatened, St. Paul, MN

 Not available yet in PDF - Will be posted in March 2006First page image of SIAN Vol. 34, No. 1 (2005)

 V34, No. 2

(Spring 2005)

20 pages

Mailed in June 2005 to all 2004 & 2005 paid members

  • Orukter Amphibolos; Oliver Evans SIA Chapter Plans Celebration of 200th Anniversary of the First Motorized Carriage that took place in Philadelphia, Pa. in July 1805.
  • About the SIA Study Tour to Bologna, Italy in November, 2005
  • IA in Wisconsin Art: The Arthur Covey Murals at Kohler "HE WHO TOILS HERE HATH SET HIS MARK" on the Pouring a Mold mural.
  • Preserving Hermi's Bridge, (2-Span, 280-ft.-long, pin-connected, Pratt, through-truss bridge constructed by the Cotton States Bridge Co. in 1903) over the Chattahoochee River, near Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Reinforced-concrete Bowstring Bridge moved intact & preserved, Wellington County, Ontario, Canada
  • Conservation of the Cotton Gin, Louisiana State Museum, Baton Rouge. (composed of parts of 3 gins saved from the Union Cotton Oil Mill. The gins were manufactured by the Eleazer Carver Gin Company of Bridgewater, Ma.)
  • Henry Burden's Horseshoe Machines; Building model Horseshoe Machines, based on the patents of Henry Burden. (Henry Burden of the Burden Iron Works, Troy, NY)

Not available yet in PDF - Will be posted in July 2006

SIA Newsletter Vol. 34, No. 2 2005 Cover

V34, No. 3 (Summer 2005)

Not yet published

V34, No. 4 (Fall 2005)

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