Republic Steel Corporation Engineering Drawings

Republic Iron and Steel Company was incorporated in Youngstown in 1899 through the merger of several existing firms, with expansion occurring as early as 1911. During the 1930s-1940s steel production peaked. In the late 1960s and 1970s, with the downfall of the major steel producers, Republic held on until finally phasing out its Youngstown plants by 1982.

The Mahoning Valley Historical Society Archives holds a digitized collection of thousands of Republic Steel Corporation Engineering Drawings. The drawings potentially date from 1882-1969, documenting the most critical time period for the development and economic activity within Republic’s history. As such they represent a valuable primary resource in the study not only of industry but economic development of the region and the United States in general through the era of “big steel.”

 

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Republic Steel Engineering Drawings Roll 1-02
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Republic Steel Engineering Drawings – Bessemer