Beaver County Industrial Museum
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Beaver County Industrial Museum Research Library
The Beaver County Industrial Museum has an extensive collection of documents, photographs, slides, film, videos and artifacts from various periods of the industrial history of Beaver County. There is a large collection of books related to steel and Steelworker Unions #1211 and #1212, as well as book on local glass. There is also an extensive collection of magazines and literature published by the companies that operated in Beaver County.
All of the A&S Railroad Employment records have been digitized and are available.
All of the Moltrup Steel Employment records have been digitized and are available.
A large volume of B&W publications of products, magazines and slides are available. The book collection from the Beaver Falls Plant of B&W was moved to the museum in 2017.
In addition to the J&L Steel exhibit in the museum, the largest collection in the museum's research library is from J&L Steel. There are slides, photographs, Men & Steel magazines, employment records, and much more.
The United Steelworkers of America has records from both local unions 1211 and 1212 and much more.
The library offers a number of books to reference Beaver County's glass industry.
Some of the many books and pamphlets in the stacks in the Museum Library.