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Feb. 23, 2007 Mr. Price, Could I trouble you to send the following documents? Series 1 - Box 17- Folders 16 and 17 Series 3 - Box 53 - Folder 1 — files concerning H.P. Davis Series 8 - Box 82 - Folder 10 Series 10 - Box 124 - Folder 6 Series 15 - Box 189 — the document "Principles and Practices of Network Radio Broadcasting: Testimony of David Sarnoff before the Federal Communication Commission," Washington, DC,Nov. 1938 You indicated in the attached email that the total cost for these documents is $80.00. Enclosed is a check for the same. If you have any questions, please contact me at 703-761-2807 or [email protected] Many thanks in advance,

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Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1865-2000(1920-1985, bulk dates) Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania Archives MSS # 424 222 boxes (0.5 and 1 ft boxes, 1- 222); 100.5 liner feet Scope and Content Note: The majority of the materials contained in this collection pertain to Westinghouse Electric Corporation products and activities in the western Pennsylvania area from the start ofthe company in 1886 to the mid-1980s. However, the bulk of the materials date from 1920 to the mid-1980s. These materials came from the offices at Gateway Center (Pittsburgh, PA)and the Research and Development Center in Churchill, PA. They have been arranged in 16 "series" or broad subject categories. The largest series are Administrative, Products, Publications, and Research and Development Center. The Scope and Content Note page numbers below indicate where a short description of the materials contained in a particular series can be found. The Container List page numbers indicate where a complete listing of all folder headings in that series can be found. Scope and Content Note

Biographical sketch of George Westinghouse Corporate history of Westinghouse Electric Corporation Administrative IEducation IIEmployees IIIExhibitions IVFacilities VGeorge Westinghouse, Jr VIVII- Histories VIII- Press Releases Products IXXPublications Related Companies/Organizations XIXII- Reprints XIII- Research and Development/Science and Technology Center XIV- Speeches XV- Westinghouse Library XVI- World War II Addendum I: Separations to HSWP Library Addendum II: Westinghouse educational programs Addendum III: Westinghouse Order of Merit Award Nominations Addendum IV: Westinghouse Air Brake Company employee cards

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Biographical Sketch of George Westinghouse (1846-1914) 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, N.Y. 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

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1911 in Pittsburgh). Another namesake is a great-grandson George Westinghouse IV. He was born on June 1, 1947 and lives in Atlanta, Georgia. Westinghouse Electric Corporation Historical Sketch 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 worldwide. 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

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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 protype 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.

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Collection Level Scope and Content Note: Westinghouse The majority ofthe materials contained in this collection pertain to ia area from the start of the Electric Corporation products and activities in the western Pennsylvan als date from 1945 to the company in 1886 to the mid-1980s. However, the bulk of the materi r (Pittsburgh,'PA) and the mid-1980s. These materials came from the offices at Gateway Cente ed in 15 "series" or and Development Center in Churchill, PA. They have been arrang ts, Publications, and broad subject categories. The largest series are Administrative, Produc Research and Development Center. employees. It also This collection contains information on a small portion of its many contains very few unpublished materials about nuclear power.

Separations: This collection also contains oversize materials, slides, film, photographs, Separate finding aids have been made for each ofthese formats.

and negatives.

t Library have Books of general or historical interest from the Research and Developmen books can also be found at of been separated to the main HSWP Library collection. A list these books is a set of bound the end of this finding aid as Addendum I on page 118. Among these volumes ofthe Westinghouse Magazine and Westinghouse News(1914-1982). The bound ies such as: Westinghouse News from 1947- 1968 also contains issues from specific facilit Athens News(Athens, GA) Buffalo Division News (Buffalo, NY) Electrical Guardian (Newark, NJ) Elevator News(Jersey City, NJ) Lamp Post(Bloomfield, NJ) Outdoor Lighting Department Times (Cleveland, OH) Muncie Extra High Voltage News(Muncie,IN) Nuclear Reactions(Atomic Power Divisions, Pittsburgh, PA) Raleigh Meter Digest(Raleigh, NC) Research Developments (Research and Development Center, Pittsburgh, PA) Semiconductor(Youngwood,PA) Sharon News(Sharon,PA) SP Sales News(Specialty Products Field Sales, Pittsburgh, PA) Steam Division News(Lester,PA) Tube Topics(Elmira, NY) WCC News(Westinghouse Credit Corporation, Pittsburgh, PA) WESCO News(Westinghouse Electric Supply Company, Pittsburgh, PA)

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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.

Statement of Provenance: Archives Accession # 1998.0209

Gift of the Westinghouse Corporation. Deed of Gift signed by G. Reynolds Clark on December 17, 1996.

Funding to process this collection was generously given by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission through the Archives and Records Management program. Special thanks to the History Center volunteers and members of the Westinghouse SURE organization who volunteered their time to help process this collection: Nancy Carlson, Gary DeLorenzo, Jim Dravillas, Pauline Edison, Robert Floreak, Ed Gerstenhaber, Larry Koster, Michelle Kubiac, Fredrick Pement, John Peters, Jane Pokorski, and Paul Topolosky.

Series Scope and Content Notes Series I: Administrative (1881-1997) 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

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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 th Westinghouse, Jr.'s 100 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 (1891-1998) 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 ofthe 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. A summary of Westinghouse's educational programs can be found in Addendum I on page 119.

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Series III: Employees (1885-2000) 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 19301948. 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

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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 ofthe 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(1895-1965) 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 fullcolor, 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 stored in oversize drawers. Series V: Facilities (1895-1996) 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 ofthe 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.

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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 stored in the oversize drawers.

Series VI: George Westinghouse, Jr.(1865-1997) 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.

Series VII: Histories (1902-1989) 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 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.

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Series VIII: Press Releases (1929-1988) This series consists of official press releases made by the Westinghouse Electric Corporation about a wide range oftopics 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 (1886-1997) This 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 ofthe 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

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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 (1904-1996) This 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.).



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 ofthe 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 ofthe 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 stored in oversize drawers.

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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/Organizations (1881- 1998) This series is organized alphabetically by the title ofthe 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 oftwo reasons: a Westinghouse employee authored one ofthe articles, or the Company owned a subscription to the journal. Series XII: Reprints(1901-1950) This 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(1917-1

998)

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 thefacilities of documents the building and dedication ofthe 1956 facility in Churchil

the Research Center. It

l Borough, as well as the

establishment of a facility in Belgium.

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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 R&D/S&T 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 (1968-1980) This small series is 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 (1905-1993) 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. The books are arranged alphabetically by title. Author and publication information is also given.

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Series XVI: World War 11(1941-1995) This 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 stored in oversize drawers. 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. Container Listings

Series I: Administrative (1881-1997) 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 ofthese 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

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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 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10

Age Bias Lawsuit Air Mail Routes Annual Reports 1931-1940 (partial) 1946-1948 1950-1953 1955-1959 1960-1963 1965-1969 1970-1974 1975-1979

1993 1934

Box 2

Folder 6

1980-1984 1985-1989 1990-1994 1995-1996 Apparatus Service Division Capabilities Articles 1892-1946

Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6

1952-1988 1991-1998 Associated Companies list Association of Edison Illuminating Companies Board of Directors Business Environment Seminar

c1920 1912-1932 1965 1962

Folder 1

Business Practices in Multinational Operations Speech Bylaws

1972 1964

Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5

1973

Box 3

Box 4

Folder 2

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Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Box 5 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13

Communications Advertisement Conference Directory Employee communication conference Employee communication conference Employee communication guides Employee suggestions Fortune 500 contest "Great Moments in Westinghouse" series guide "Looking back" column articles Meeting Report Organizational chart Pittsburgh Area Coordinators' meeting Productivity Improvement Booklet Project 73 Report

1993 1989 1957 1958 1957-1976 1973 1981 1963 1969 1993-1995 1978 1969-1972 1974 1988 1973 Undated

Training Manual Union story Western Hemisphere Program What We've Learned from the Ad Reviews Creed, Purpose and Strategy Department ofDefense Clearance Directory Directory Distribution Engineering Group report Division Managers' Coloring Book Employee Annual Reports 1938-1949 1950-1954 1955-1959

1965 1974 1979-1980 c 1960 1967-1972 1990 undated 1968 1931 1962

Box 6 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Shelf vol. 1 Shelf vol. 2 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9

1960-1965 1982 Employee communications Energy Systems and Nuclear Fuel Business Unit Engineering Memo Number Assignments (vol. I) Engineering Memo Number Assignments (vol. II) Financial Analyst Seminar Annual Meeting Articles Comparative Statement of Operations Comparison with Other Billion Dollar Club Companies

1945-1952 1989 1920-1950 1950-1953 1972 1968 1989-1993 1930-1931 1953-1956

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Folder 10 Folder 11

Comparison with GE Excess Profits Tax Relief Application Vol. 1

1906-1960 1940-1943

Box 7 Folder 1 Folder 2

Vol. II Exhibit Vol. 1

1940-1943 1940-1943

Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3

Exhibit Vol. II Exhibit Vol. III Exhibit Vol. IV

1940-1943 1940-1943 1940-1943

Box 8

Box 9 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Shelf vol. 3 Shelf vol. 4 Shelf vol. 5 Shelf vol. 6 Shelf vol. 7 Shelf vol. 8 Shelf vol. 9 Shelf vol. 10 Shelf vol. 11 Box 10 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13

Foreign Trade 1970-1971 Growth Report 1958 History, 1891-1908 1913 Investors' Guide 1977 Investors' Guide 1980 Investors' Guide 1983 Ledgers 1886-1887 Chicago Balance Sheets (trial) 1888 Chicago Balance Sheets (United States Electric Lighting Co.) 1888 Chicago Balance Sheets 1888-1889 Chicago 1889-1893 Accounts receivable and payable 1895-1897 Assets 1908-1924 Subsidiary ledger #1 1930-1944 Sales Records 1935-1939 Taxes No-Charge Termination Settlements Orders, Income and Share Earnings Pay Roll Office correspondence Procedures Part I Part II Shareholder Reports Shop Orders(25Y1000- 25Y2998) Statement Statistic Books, Quarterly and Annual Statistic Cards, Quarterly and Annual Stockholder letter Timekeeping and Payroll Manual "Who Owns Westinghouse"

1945 1953-1971 1881-1898 1960-1979 1960-1979 1991-1997 undated 1908-1909 1950-1974 1950-1968 1891 1941 1945

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Box 11 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Box 12 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17

Global Manufacturing and Service Capabilities Report Government Affairs Graphics Department Catalog Ed Redings Booklet Envelopes Forms History Letterhead Misc. Products Product Labels Signs Trademarks Group W Headline News Communication Human Resources New Concept Committee Transformation Hygiene and Safety Manual Industrial Relations Counselors Service Industrial Systems Organization Institute for Resources Development International Technology Transfer Business (licensing) Japanese operations Management ACEC Presentation to Policy Committee AEIC Address Board of Advice Report Comparison with General Electric Part I

1983 1963-1972 1952-1982 undated undated undated 1988 undated undated undated undated 1900-c1980 1970 1995 1977 1993 1986 1957 c1962 undated 1985 1945-1950 1974 1974 1962 1949-1960

Box 13 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10

Part II 1949-1960 Part III 1949-1960 Corporate Organization Changes, 1958-1975c1975 Corporation Analysis 1945 Discipline and Enforcement of Rules (Task Force "A") 1970-1972 Executive Forum Presentation 1977 Guidebook 1957-1960 Human Values Speech 1979 Identical Pricing hearing 1961 Mailing List 1980

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Folder 11

Management of Change Workshop

c1970

Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7

Management Council Meeting Management Council Meeting Management Council Meeting Management Council Meeting Personnel Changes Reorganization Job Descriptions Reorganization Division Managers' Meeting Survey Survey(by Division Managers)

1964 1965-1966 1967-1969 1970-1971 1993 1987

Box 14

Folder 8 Folder 9

1969 1957 1961

Box 15 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15

Survey(of East Pittsburgh Divisions) Toward a Definition of Westinghouse Today TURK Group Reports "What Management Gives for What it Gets" Wilcox Union-free Doctrine Management Appeal Grievance Committee (Tester "C"job) Manufacturing Headquarters Material Disposition Report Materials Salvage National Electric Week Non-current Apparatus and Renewal Part Center (Homewood) Office Supplies Catalog Office Supplies Catalog Organizational Chart Organizational history ofcompanies(general)

1964 1976 1971-1974 1945 undated 1969 1959 c1981 1930 1964 1977 1924 1980 1992 c1940

Box 16 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10

Organization Manual Organization and Planning Program "Organizational Evolution of Westinghouse, 1936-1986" speech Patent Office Patent Office Disclosure Records Policy, Executive Air Travel Power Systems Personnel Relations Managers Presentation Principle Products Analysis 1952-1982 Product Quality Contests Productivity and Quality Center

1981 c1952 1985 1923-c1950 1943-1960 1969 1978 1982 1949 1993

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Box 17 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11

Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 19

Public Relations Advertisements Advertising Council Meeting Remarks "Centuries ofProgress" script Corporate Reorganization Announcement "Journey to Greatness" script "More Power to America" "Power of a Name" booklet Staff Meeting Report Solar Energy and Energy Priorities Paper "This is Westinghouse" script "Westinghouse- Building a Better World Through Technology, Partnership, And Innovation" script Westinghouse sign "Westinghouse- What is It?" script Radio Broadcasting 1956 Presidential Campaign Annual Report Articles Articles Broadcast Museum

Box 18 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Box 19 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Box 20 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7

Congressional Testimonies Correspondence Boston, MA(WBOS Mail Bag) Boston, MA(WBOS Mail Bag) Boston, MA (Station WBZ) Boston, MA (Station WBZ) Boston, MA(WBZ Technicians) CBS Shortwave Agreement Chicago, IL (Station KYW) Chicago, IL(KYW move) Chicago, IL (Station KYW) Chicopee Fall, MA

c1900-1986 1973 1985 1969 1989 1960 c1920 c1950 1975 undated

1996 1991 undated 1956 1948 undated 1920-1938 1988-1997 1969-1973 1939 1940 1924-1932 1932-1933 1941-1943 1941 1932 1932 1932-1933 1933-1935

Federal Radio Commission (and FCC) 1933-1940 Fessenden Memorial Association 1963 International Shortwave Broadcasting1941-1943 Lahnes, Horace 1933 Management(general) 1940-1941 Music Clearances 1940-1941 National Association of Broadcasters1933

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Folder 8

National Association of Performing Artists Contract 1940-1941

Box 21 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Box 22 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Box 23 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Box 24 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20

National Broadcasting Company NBC Shortwave Agreement Newark, NJ New York, NY (Station WMCA) Pittsburgh, PA (Station KDKA/Hq) Pittsburgh,PA (Station KDKA/Hq) Pittsburgh, PA (Station KDKA/Hq)

1933-1943 1941 1925-1937 1931-1963 1921-1931 1932 1932-1933

Pittsburgh, PA (Station KDKA/Hq) 1934-1981 Pittsburgh, PA(WPIT Mail Bag) Jan-June 1940 Pittsburgh, PA(WPIT Mail Bag) July-Oct 1940 Pittsburgh, PA(WPIT Mail Bag) RCA Victor Company, Inc. Programming (general) Springfield, MA (Station WBZA) Springfield, MA (Station WBZA) Time Spot Sales Toledo, OH Transmitter Tube Committee Transmitter Tube Committee Transmitter Tube Committee Transmitter Tube Committee Frequency Measuring Service John Charles Thomas Favorite Songs John Nesbitt "The Great Pyramid" KDKA 5th Anniversary 8th Anniversary 17th Anniversary 25th Anniversary 35th Anniversary 40th Anniversary 50th Anniversary 65th Anniversary 70th Anniversary 75th Anniversary Articles

Nov-Dec 1940 1932 1943 1923-1932 1932-1933 1943 1931-1933 1930-1931 1932 1934 1935 1933 1945 1946 1925 1928 1937 1945 1955 1960 1970 1985 1990 1995 1924-1996

Box 25 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3

Commuter Computer Donald G. Little oral history Financial

1973 1952 c1937

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Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14

Herald Test to Australia 1925 Historical Marker 1990-1997 Histories c1945-c1974 "It Started Hear" 1970 license 1920 License transfer to Westinghouse Radio Stations, Inc. 1940 Musical America 1940-1941 Project History(1920 shack Recreation) undated Radio Broadcasting News 1922 Time Capsule c2000 KYW (Chicago)Federal Radio Commission Appeal Court Record 1930

Box 26 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7

Folder 8

Folder 9

Folder 10

Folder 11

KYW (Chicago)Program schedule Marconi Memorial Dedication Miscellaneous Westinghouse Stations National Association of Broadcasters Conference National Association of Broadcasters Convention Organizational Memberships Ted Malone Scrapbook Script

1922 1952 1931-1946 1943 1964 1943 c1946

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 #7- Daniel Irwin- Trafford, PA 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 #12- Joe Binkowski- Sunbury, PA 1946 #13- Letitia Paroline- Baltimore, MD1946 #14- Katherine Brown- Fairmont, WV 1946 #15- Eddie Avdette- Springfield, MA1946 #16- Myrtle P. Laughlin- Sharon,PA 1946 #17-Douglas Leslie- Baltimore, MD 1946 #18- Phyllis Miller- Fairmont, WV 1946

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Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18

#19- Jeffrey Hatton- Lima, OH 1946 #20- Joe Sullivan- Philadelphia,PA 1946 #21- Clade Hammett- Mansfield, OH1946 "Top ofthe Evening" 1944 WBZ 1935-1960 Westinghouse Salute undated World War II 1943-1944 World War II 1945 WRS (Philadelphia, PA) 1943 Receivership Hearing Proceedings 1907-1908

Box 27

Folder 17 Folder 18

Records Management Archival Program Burham, Donald C. Papers Inventory Central Library Charlie Ruch collection inventory Correspondence KDKA Information Management Manual Inventories Library at Orlando, FL National Archives Case Files Report Society of American Archivists Workshop State Survey Survey Westinghouse Broadcasting Co. Westinghouse Historical Collection Guide Restructuring (acquisitions) Restructuring (acquisitions and divestitures)

1982-1984 1872-1915 1982-1995

Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13

Sales Department Appliances Appliance and Radio Organization structure Appliances, TVs, and Stereos Articles Aviation Gas Turbine Division Corporate Sales Manual Engineering Presentation at meeting Exhibit Properties Catalog Industrial Market Report Industry Products Limits of Authority Report Manuals Marketing Communications Directory

1967 1957 1955-1962 1956 1955 1963-1973 1931 1948-1956 1991 1974 1974 1936 1965

Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16

1969 c1990 c1920-1949 undated 1956-1981 1967 1981 1975-1984 1983 1973 1980 1981 1985 1957 1975

Box 28

7

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Box 29 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20 Folder 21 Folder 22 Folder 23

Folder 24 Folder 25 Folder 26 Folder 27 Box 30 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9

Marketing Managers Meeting Presentation Public Systems Memo Spring Campaign Telemarketing Training Manual Turbine Generators Security Analysts Meeting Service Department Conservice Maintenance Guides Powercasting Product Services Capabilities Special Services Division Supervisor's Handbook (Transportation and Generator Division) Television-Radio Division History Thermo King Time Study Man "Total Quality" Urban Systems Development Corporation Visual Communications Acquisition/Divestiture/Reorganization Script Booklet Genigraphics Slide Guide Motion Pictures "Pittsburgh. .Through the Eyes of its Artists" script Westinghouse Broadcasting Company 1952 Election Coverage "Benny(Goodman)in Brussels" CBS Partnership and history National Association of Broadcasters

1971 c1960 1969 1939 c1989 undated c1986 1990 1943 c1965 1981 1966-1976 1955 c1958 c1990 1952 c1988 1968

1986 c1980 c1979 undated 1968 1952 1958 1995 1969

1960 Radio Management Meeting 1963 "These Other Americans" 1961-1962 "Westinghouse Presents" Westinghouse Broadcasting Company,Programming Department 1955-1963 Budget 1957-1959 Correspondence 1960-1961 ence Correspond 1962-1963 Correspondence 1978 se Canada Limited Westinghou undated Westinghouse Credit Corporation se a Westinghou Engineer, study of

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Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder12

November 1956 readership May 1965 readership September 1965 readership

1956 1965 1965

Box 31 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12

Westinghouse International Annual Report Annual Report Annual Report Annual Report Annual Report articles background information brochure China, Report on Electrical Manufacturing Industry Development in "E" Award (export excellence) Europe map European Reports

1944-1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1972 1987 1947 1944 1963 1973 1941

Box 32 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7

Manufacturing Capabilities operations presentation Philippine Power Program Report Philippine Power Program group photo album (use copy) Soviet Government, Power Trains for Westinghouse Learning Corporation Westinghouse Magazine correspondence

1978 1946 1947-1948 1947 1943 1971 1943

Series II: Education (1891-1998) 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

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ook contained in technical training to anyone who needed "training opportunities." The Scrapb to the activities of the this series is a collection of news clippings and photographs pertaining summary of Westinghouse apprentices, mostly their sports teams, from 1936 to 1952. A Westinghouse's educational programs can be found in Addendum I on page 119. Box 33 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Box 34 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Box 35 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Box 36 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15

Accident Safety Amber Club, Philadelphia (speech) Annual Reports 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953

1941-1967 1914

1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 Apprentice/Hire data Apprentice School book Apprentice Scrapbook (original) Apprentice Scrapbook (use copy) Apprentice Training data Apprenticeship Agreement Carnegie Tech Partnership Certificates Course Planning Materials Discussion Club Educational Assistance Program Engineering School Banquet Extension Course on history of company Extension Course on history ofcompany Extension Course on history ofcompany

1891-1960 1945 1936-1952 1936-1952 1959 1906-1907 1937 undated 1903-1920 1921 undated 1924 c1923 1925 1929

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Box 37 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6

Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14

Extension Course on history of company (c.2) Farm Youth Activities booklet George Westinghouse Award in Engineering Education George Westinghouse Gold Medal George Westinghouse Scholar "Notes" George Westinghouse Scholarships (to Carnegie Institute of Technology Graduate Lists by department chronologically chronologically Graduate Student Course letter Graduate Student Training Program Application Booklet Junior Achiever(Turtle Creek Valley, PA) Lecture Service "Westinghouse- the Institution" Management Development Training, "Westinghouse Policy Course"

1929 undated 1947 1953 c1945 c1940-1997 1936-1960 1943-1962 1969-1978 1928 c1955 1969 1922 1960

Box 38 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20

Management Training Course,"Expense and Cost 1948 Control" Office Technology and Information Service(OTIS) 1992 Training Course Catalog 1949-1952 Power Use Service Department publications 1960 c Study Advanced for Programs 1943-1952 School Service booklets c1951 Special Projects Department and Service School 1985-1998 Science Talent Search Style Guides undated Duplication 1990 Planning Meetings 1967-1985 Presentations and Proposals 1928 Report Writing 1969-1970 Report Writing 1978-1980 Writing Report "Technical Training for Engineers"(by B. Lamme) 1916 1922-c1927 War Memorial Scholarship Westinghouse Club/Educational Center 1910-1911 Articles 1911 Dinner Program 1929 Electric Club Journal correspondence "Essential Qualities and Rewards of 1910 Salesmanship" speech First meeting photograph correspondence 1938

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Box 39 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20 Folder 21

Industrial Organization Lectures Industrial Organization Series Male Chorus articles "The Spirit ofthe Westinghouse Organization" speech Symphony Orchestra history Yearbook Westinghouse Engineering School for Mechanical And Electrical Engineering Graduates Westinghouse Family Scholarship Westinghouse Target Schools list Westinghouse Technical Night School Alumni Banquet Programs Commencement Address Commencement Program Course Catalog General Information Graduate Rooster Register of Engineering Apprentices Tech Owl Yearbook Tech Owl Yearbook Tech Owl Yearbook Tech Owl Yearbook Westinghouse Welding School

1940-1941 1941-1942 c1939 1926 1948 1910-1911 1929 1991 1990-1991 1954-1964 1915 1942 1951-1952 1947-c1997 c1947 1902-1910 1927 1928 1929 1930 c1942

Series III: Employees (1885- 2000) 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 ofthe employee and grouped into folders. Most of the information about these employees comes from a section ofthe Research and Development

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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 19301948. 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 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6

Alexion Alliance Retirees American Federation of Labor Annual Picnic Association of Westinghouse Salaried Employees Benefits Disability Benefits Employee Security Program

1993 1903 1887 1945-1951 1945 1959-1966

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Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9

Health Insurance Incentive Compensation Plan Life Insurance

Box 41 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Box 42 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Box 43 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Box 44 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 2 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9

Pension Plans Relief Department Salary Key Sheets Savings and Investment Plans Unemployment Compensation W.E.G.A. Beneficial Fund Bulletin Boards, Kennedy "In Memoriam" Declaration of Dedication Family Day Planning Guides Souvenirs George Westinghouse Award for Outstanding Engineering Achievement Housing

Folder 4

1929-1979 1915-1945 1941-1942 1967 1953 1965 1963 1976-1996 1948-1980 1950-1976 1984-1985 1925-c1927

Industrial Relations Statistic Book Statistic Book Statistic Book Statistic Book

1919-1923 1924-1927 1928-1935 1936-1938

Statistic Book Statistic Book Statistic Book Statistic Book

1939-1940 1941-1942 1928-1942 1943-1947

Statistic Book Statistic Book Statistic Book Statistic Book Lay-offs Lunch Club Military Service Draft Correspondence List of Draft Classes Service Records Information

1948-1952 1948-1952 1953-1956 1957-1959 1994-1995 1946

Pamphlets Veteran's Reinstatement Plan WW I Service Rolls Order of Merit Award Winners undated

1942-1944 1944 c1919

Box 45 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3

1942-1989 1953-1955 1942-1976

1950 1941-1965 c1945

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Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9

1935-1940 1942-1952 1981-1987 Nomination Essays(AL)* 1975-1994 Nomination Essays(MZ)* 1975-1994 *(Addendum III: list of nomination essays, page 123)

Box 46 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11

Passages (retiree newsletter) correspondence Pistol Match (interplant) Retired Employees Association of Florida Yearbook Retired Employees Dinner Retiree Correspondence Safety Regulations books Salary Administration manual Service Records, Charts, and Award Share Purchase Plan Roster Sing-a-long booklets

1990 1950 1993-1994 1944 1985 1934-1942 1952 1949-c1986 1948-1957 1886-1913 undated

Box 47 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8

Special News Bulletins from Administration Statistics 1907-1928 1929-1935 1936-1939 1940-1958 Stock Option Program Strikes 1914 1946 (East Pittsburgh)

Box 48 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14

1947-1954 (Philadelphia, PA) 1951-1954 (East Pittsburgh) 1952-1954 (Nuttall Works, Pittsburgh, PA) 1953-1954 (Beaver, PA) 1953-1954(Misc. locations) 1953-1954 (Springfield, MA) 1954(Columbus, OH) 1954(Elmira, NY) 1954(Hampton, SC) 1954 (Irwin, PA) 1954(Kansas City) 1954(Metuchen, NJ) 1954(Sharon, PA) 1955-1956 (East Pittsburgh) Arbitration and Agreements

1992-1994

1948-c1995

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Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Box 49 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Box 50 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18

Articles Correspondence To Communities To Employees To Union Employees, August-November To Union Employees, December-March 1955 Executive 1956 Executive IUE Materials Westinghouse and IUE Promotional Material Timeline "Westinghouse News" 1962(East Pittsburgh) Articles Correspondence and Legal Documents Public Statements and Speeches Settlement Terms 1979(East Pittsburgh- Benefit Improvements) Strike Kit Strike Manual UE Article Suggestion Award Dinner Union Agreements Union Labor Fact Sheet University ofPittsburgh ties United States Expatriate Manual Veteran Employee Association Welcome booklet Westinghouse Credit Corporation Westinghouse Electric International Company Old Timers list Westinghouse Football Night Westinghouse Retirees for Volunteer Action Westinghouse Song Scores Westinghouse Workers Defense Committee, 1916 Women's Chorus Work/Family Task Force

1969 1969 1992 1946 1948-1973 1985 undated 1975 1916 1957 1959 1994 1971 undated 1939-1985 1973 1949 1991

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Subseries: Individuals Box 51 Folder 1 Articles from Westinghouse News Folder 2 Authors Folder 3 business cards Folder 4 Index to published articles by employees Folder 5 Officers (partial list) Folder 6 A-B Acker, Frank E Albert, Daniel Allen, C.E. Alter, Wilhelm Anderson, Arthur E. Angello, Stephen J. Anthony, Charles E. Archer, David H. Armand, Louis Arntzen, Clyde E. Aspden, R.G. Auxier, Robert W. Ayers, David L. Bates, Robert C. Barpal, Isaac Bauer, Jack A. Bechtold, James Beckfield, J.C. Beese, N.C. Begley, Robert T. Berg, Daniel Berkeley, W.H., Jr. Blasier, R.D. Blaushild, Ronald M. Blazak, Theodore E. Bleikamp, Robert P. Bober, E.S. Brace, Porter H. Brandt, Gerry B. Bratton, Raymond J. Brody, T.P. Brown, Jack T. Burgman, Hebert A. Burnham, D.C. Byers, H.D. Byrne, F.P.

1930 1911-e1980 undated 1954 undated 1925-1990 1985 1956 1925 1925 1959-1973 1966 1981 1967 1957 1966 1971 1948 1982-1986 1971 1988 1978 1955 undated 1954 1975-1981 1966 c1958 undated 1990 1977 1978 1971 1949-1955 1981 1976 1970 1968-1984 1979-1986 1964-1971 1939 1971

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Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Box 52 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3

Burnham, D.C. Correspondence 1966-1967 1968-1973 Jan-Mar 1974 June-Aug 1974 Sept-Nov 1974 Dec- Jan 1974-1975

Folder 4 Folder 5

Ca-Chubb Castle, Peter M. Carlson, Gerald L. Carlson, W.G. Can, W.J. Chadwick, Roy Cheek, Chase Chubb, Lewis W. Chubb, Lewis W. Patent Forms Patent Forms

Folder 1

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Clark, Gordon Reynolds Clark, William G. Coates, William Cohen,Paul Coltman, John W. Compton, Arthur Conrad, Frank Cookson, Alan Cope, H.W. Craig, F.E. Creech, W.B. Croop, E.J. Dakin, Thomas W. Danforth, Doug D. Davis, Bill Davis, H.P. Davison, S.M. Day, William M. DeCubas, J.L. Deis, Daniel W. Dick, W.A. Dodds, Ethan I. Dostal, C.A. Down, Michael G.

1927-1984 1984 1978 1972 1974 1956 1982 1927-1952 1913-1915 1916-1921 1919-2000 1991 1985 1979 1989 1948-1970 1919-1931 1938-2000 1980 1929 1929 1940 1975 1967-1978 c1975-1988 1926 1990 1939-1940 1979 1971 1987 1935 1986 1939 1982

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Dorman, George Duckett, E.J. Folder 2

E-F Edelman, L.E. Edison, David M. Edison, Gordon E. Elikan, Leonard Elsey, Howard M. Emmerich, Werner S. Engel, Joseph S. Eschholz, O.H. Evans, J.M. Evans, Marshall K. Evans, R.D. Fax, David H. Feduska, William Feichtner, John D. Fink, Joel H. Fischer, A.H. Fischer, E.G. Forejt, David A. Fox, Donald K. Fox, Russel E. Frame, C.C. Francombe, M.H. Freeman, James H. Freidel, William Frenger, R.F. Frenyear, Thomas C. Furness, Betty

Folder 3

G-He Gabrielse, Steven E. Garbuny, M. Gainer, G.C. Garbuny, M. Gaul, Roy D. Gaulard, L. Gavert, Roy V. Grant, W.W. Grekila, Richard B. Grove, D.J. Gulbransen, Earl A. Guy, C.H. Gyugyi, Laszlo Hagg, Arthur C. Hamilton, Donald R.

1992 1973 1904-1985 1974 1976 c1967 1970 1949 1965-1973 1985 c1930 1974 1976 1940 1979 1970 1981 1972 1965 1974 1969-1983 1975-1983 1964 undated 1972 1969 1919 1936 1904 undated 1885-1995 1977 1973 1974 1973 1968 1885 c1975 1939 1970 1973 1964-1971 1939-1940 1983 1967 1968

‘11.

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Handy, Robert M. Hanes, Lewis F. Hanna, Clinton R. Harder, Edwin L. Hare, J.K.B. Harper, L.G. Harmon, Bill Harrison, Donald E. Harvey, Francis J. Haun, Robert D. Heberlein, Joachim V.R. Heikes, Robert R. Heinricks, Ernest H. Hendry, Al J. Heyne, Carl J. Hi-Hun Hickam, William M. Higgins, Edward R. Hill, Charles F. Hirayama, Chikara Holdbrook, Ronald G. Hollein, David A. Holmgren, J.D. Homa,Beverly A. Hooke, Robert Horn, Les Horrigan, W.L. Hughes, William P. Hulm, John K. Hummed,George T. Humphreville, Thomas N. Hundstad, Richard L. Hutcheson, John A. Correspondence 1944-1947 1948-1950

Folder 4

Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Box 54 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6

1968 1977-1985 1948-1953 undated undated 1973 1933 1969-1984 1995 1966 1982 1964 1938-1959 c1975 1987 1948-1990 1973-1989 1990 1948 1976 1977 1990 1974 undated 1966 1965 1974 1970 1964-1988 1983 1979 1977 1946-1962

1951-1954 1955-1957 1958-1959 1960 1961-1962 I-LaC Ivey, Henry F. Jeeves, T.A. Jones, Andrew R.

1889-1989 1970-1974 1966 1985

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Jones, Clifford K. Jones, Frederick M. Jones, Kenneth A. Jordan, Michael H. Keller, Eldon L. Kelley, John C.R. Kennedy, R. Kerr, Walter C. Kilderry, Ken W. Kinter, Samuel M. Kirby, Robert Kirschbaum, H.S. Klemens,P.G. Knox, W.E. Kossowsky, Ram Kostalos, J., Jr. Kovacik, William P. Kramer, Lloyd B. Kuno, Ernest L. LaCroix, Robert E.

1968 undated 1993 1993-1997 1984 1955-1965 1889 1910 1979 1989 1975 1974 1966 c1962 1980 1973 1980 1965 c1988 1976

Lanune, B.S. LaMo-McV LaMont, L.C. Lange, William J. Lego, Paul E. Lessman, Gerold G. Liberman, Irvin Lindsay, William T. Long, Arthur H. Longini, Richard Longuemare, R. Noel Love, Carl G. Lowry, Lewis W. Lowy, Robert M. Lund, L.H. Malmberg, Paul R. Mandel, Alan F. Manjoine, M.J. Male, Alan T. Mason, Ruric C. Massaro, Anthony A. Mathias, Robert A. Mazelsky, Robert McGinnis, Jerry McNab,Ian R.

1915-1984 1938-1993 1938-1940 1967 1993 1978-1983 1987 1966 1978 1959 c1993 1981 1979 1971 c1942 1978 1987 1974 1971 1948-1950 1980 1969-1983 1967-1986 1963 1983

Box 55 Folder 1 Folder 2

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Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Box 56 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7

McNall, J.W. McVickers, Jack C. Mechlin, George F. articles and speeches correspondence 1970-1974 1975 1976 1977 1978

1974 1977 1978-1982

January-May 1979 June-December 1979 January-July 1980 August-December 1980 January-May 1981 June-December 1981 January-July 1982

Box 57 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Box 58 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3

August-December 1982 January-May 1983 June-December 1983 January-June 1984 July-December 1984 1985 1986 January-May 1987 Mee-N Meess, Jack D. Meier, Joseph F. Melamed, N.T. Melissaratos, Aris Merrick, Frank A. Miller, Robert C. Moberly, L.E. Mole, C. John Monteith, Alexander C. Moon,David M. Moreland, James B. Musa, Raymond S. Muss, Daniel Nadai, Arpad L.(see also Folder 5) Nathanson, H.C.

1944-1996 1967 1984 1974 1992-1994 c1944 1968 1971 1977-1987 1980 1977 1976 1970 1975 1946-1958 1973

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Folder 4 Folder 5

Nelkin, Arthur Nelson, Charles J. Neuner, James A. Noll, Charles L. Northrup, Herb Numero, Joseph A. Nadai, Arpad L.(articles, in German and English) 0-Rot Oates, Robert M. Obermesser, Clovis F. Ockerman, Paul H. Olson, Richard D. Ostrofsky, Morris Page, D.J. Palmer, Sidney C. Panson, Armand J. Pantaleoni, Guido Park, George R. Parker, James H. Patterson, W.H. Pauley, Ann Pavlik, Norman M. Peterson, Rudolph E. Phillips, D. Colin Pinckard, W.R. Pittman, Paul F. Poland, Gwen Porter, Thomas F. Price, Gwilym A. Putkovich, Rudy P. Reynolds, Fred Riedel, E. Paul Rigdon, Lawrence D. Roberts, Donald R. Rogers, Dow A. Roidt, R. Michael Root, Frank Rosa, John Rosenberg, Leo Rotelli, David

1965 1996 1986 1990 1988 1991 1911-1945 1925-1996 1982 1979 1979 1969-1975 1955 1971 1954 1976 undated 1944 1967 1925 1992 1983 1956-1966 1980 1943 1967 undated 1977 1946-1952 1967 1994 1975 1941 1985 1968 1986 1949 1967 1983-c1985 1996

Box 59 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3

Ruch, Charles articles 1986-1990 as George Westinghouse, Jr. 1986-1987 Correspondence (*index available) undated

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Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Box 60 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Box 61 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Box 62 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Box 63 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Box 64 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Box 65 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6

1962-1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988-1 1988-2 1989-1 1989-2 1990-1 1990-2 1991-1 1991-2 1992-1 1992-2 1993-1 1993-2 1994-1 1994-2 1995-1 1995-2 1996-1 1996-2 1997-1 1997-2 1998 Expense Reports Notebooks 1981-1985

1986-1994

Box 66 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5

1986-1989 1989-1993 Personal Notes Review copy of Westinghouse Safety Observer Program Thank Yous

undated 1996 1989

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Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Box 67 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9

Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12

undated 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 Rum-Sla Rumbels, R.M Runk, Robert H. Sabol, George P. Sadlow, Chester A. Sampson, R.N. Sands, H.S. Saunders, Howard E. Saviers, Fred Scala, Luciano C. Schmid, A. Schneeberger, Robert J. Schumacher, Bert W. Scott, Charles F. Scott, Howard Sekerka, Robert F. Seymour, James 0. Shallenberger, 0.B. Shiring family Shoupp, William E. Silcott, Edward N. Skinner, C.E. Slade, Paul G. Slepian, Joseph Articles Biographical Information Correspondence

1887-1993 1936 1967 1984 1966 1970 1926 1982 undated 1978 1887-1889 1976 1976 1902-1934 1948 1968 1984 1887 1990 1964-1981 1993 c 1950-1982 1977 1943-1965 1910-1956 1914-1965

Box 68 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4

Edison Medal 1947-1948 Figuring book 1915-1917 Inventor Cards and Patent Forms 1917-1958 List of Research Reports and Patent

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Suggestions Folder 5 Shelf vol. 12 Folder 6 Folder 7

Folder 8 Folder 9 Box 69 Folder 1

Notes Patent disclosure book Reports Slet-Ta Sletten, Andreas M. Smith, J. David Somers, Edward V. Spewock, Met Stanley, William Jr. Stark, Doug D. Steinbruegge, Kenneth Stern, Ted Stickler, Ronald Sucov, E.W. Sun, Kuan-Han Sutherland, James F. Swiss, Jack Szabo, Andrew I. Szikai, George C. Szymanowski, H.W. Taft, Jeffery D. Taylor, Hobart Jr. Tesla, Nikola Th-U Thomas, D.E. Thomas, Lloyd C. Thomas, R. Noel Thompson, Francis T. Timoshenko, Stephen P. Tong, L.S. Toulon, Pierre M.G. Triezenberg, David M. Trosky, William J. Tuba, I. Stephen Ulrey, Dayton

Folder 2

V-Z Vail!, Ronald E. Vercellotti, L.C. Visser, C. Ken Vogl, T.P. Wagner, Charles F. Walker, Alec H.B. Watson, James F. Watson, Robert A.

1952 1917-1918 1919 1918-1919 1956-1993 1967 1978 1965 1975 1885-1988 c1975 1984 undated 1970 1972 1965 c1993 1956-1965 1979 1965 1972 1985 1966-1974 1889-1996 1926-1987 1973 1926-1928 1982 1966 1974-1986 1986 1958 1983 1984 1969 1987 1941-1994 1985 1972 1975 1971 1951 1965 1992 1994

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Weaver, James R. Weaver, L.A.C. Weiner, George W. Welchert, Richard M. Wells, Robert L. Wells, Joseph M. Werner, Fredrick E. Wessel, Edward T. Westinghouse, Henry Herman Wexler, Aaron Whaley, P.V. Wilcox, George L. Wilson, Willett Witzke, Ray Wolfe, Peter N. Wood, Susan Wright, Dexter V. Wurts, A.J. Wutzke, Steven A. Yensen, Trygve D. Yeoman, F.A. Yessel, Charles Yochum, Leo W. Young, William E. Zener, Clarence Zervins, A. Zworykin, V.

1941 1983 1965-1984 1984 1964 1981 1966-1982 1976 1972 1956 1940 c1975 undated 1976 1966 1980-1986 1969 undated 1983 1988 1972 undated c1988 1970 1953-1986 1974 1942-1994

Series IV: Exhibitions (1895-1965) 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 fullcolor, 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 stored in oversize drawers.

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Box 70 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15

1934-1993 1893, World's Columbian (Chicago, IL) 1895, Cotton States and International (Atlanta, GA) 1895 1895, Cotton States and International, 1895 Dixie magazine 1933 1933, Chicago World's Fair 1937 1936, Texas Centennial Central (Dallas, TX) 1939 1939, Golden Gate (San Francisco, CA) 1939, New York World's Fair 1938-1939 1939-1997 1939 Middleton Family 1940 operating equipment information 1938-1940 publicity correspondence 1938-1984 time capsule Fair World's York New 1964-1965, 1963-1965 1965 fact book Time Capsule Selection Committee 1965 Report

Series V: Facilities (1895- 1996) 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

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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 stored in the oversize drawers. Box 71 Subseries: General Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Subseries: Specific Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20 Folder 21 Folder 22 Box 72 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8

Booklet Directories 1931 1946 1955-1961 1978-1991 Lists of facilities 1913 1940-1948 "Quick Facts" for individual facilities "Special Section" for Employee Manuals

c1901

Apparatus Service Division Directory (Pittsburgh) Attica Works(NY) Baltimore, MD Beaver, PA (Standard Control Division) "Castle"(Headquarters, Wilmerding, PA) China Product Contract Specifications Training Program Collins Avenue (Pittsburgh, PA) Columbus, OH East Pittsburgh 75th Anniversary Articles brochures Central Library

1978 undated 1948-1954 c 1952 1912-1993

Employee Statistics Datasheets 1921-1926 1927-1933 1933-1940 1941-1946 1947-1952 1953-1956 1956-1958 1959-1960

1964 undated

undated 1981 1959 1953 1970 1895-1993 c1956-c1968 1940

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Box 73 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20 Folder 21 Folder 22 Folder 23 Folder 24 Folder 25 Folder 26 Folder 27 Box 74 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14

Executive Council Dinner Facility Information Feeder Division Flood Control George Westinghouse Bridge 1930-1933 1934-1935 1936-1993 Dedication Scrapbook Histories Keystone Commons Large Rotating Apparatus Plant Maps Organizational Chart UniVac System East Springfield, MA Garrison Place (Pittsburgh,PA) Gateway Center (Pittsburgh,PA) Art Work Articles Design Maintenance Directory Directory Directory Opening Personal Computer Procedures Hanford (Richland, WA) Homewood,PA Indianapolis, IL

1929 1926-1987 1950 1957

Lester, PA Metuchen, NJ(Radio-Television Division) Newark Works(Newark, NJ) budget correspondence history New West Urban Renewal Co. Trial Nuclear International- Europe Orlando, FL(Steam Turbine-Generator Division) Repair Plants Sandusky, OH (Small Motor Division) Sharon,PA (Transformer Division) South Philadelphia(Tinicom Twp,PA) Sunbury,PA (Television-Radio Division) Sunnyvale, CA (Hendy Iron Works- Marine Div.)

c1980-1983 c1953

1932 c1945-1989 1989-1996 c1980 1952-1987 1957 1957 c1935-1954 1990-1994 1970-1971 1967-1998 1971 1980 1991 1995 c1968 1989 undated 1926 1954

1956 1954 1928 1996 1974-1983 undated 1986 1954 c1956 c1948 1952 c1950-1995

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Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20 Folder 21 Folder 22 Folder 23

1954 Trafford,PA (Micarta Division) United Kingdom undated London Offices 1919-1 994 Metropolitan- Vickers 1973 Ottermill Chilton Electrics(Hungerford) undated Trafford Park (Manchester) 1970-1971 Washington, D.C. directories 1971 West Mifflin,PA (Transportation Division) undated Westinghouse-Norwalk (Norwalk, NJ) 1986-1990 WINCO (Westinghouse Idaho Nuclear Co, Inc.)

Series VI: George Westinghouse, Jr.(1865-1997) 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 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Box 76 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6

1986 1996

140th Birthday speech by D.D. Danforth 150th Birthday celebration "About George Westinghouse and the Polyphase Electric Current" by A. Robertson American Society of Mechanical Engineers Commemoration "Anecdotes and Reminiscences" by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Articles Articles Articles Awards Received

1939 1905-1929 1930-1969 1970-1997 1940-1957

Biographical Video Script Birthplace Centennial Forum Centennial,"Scenes from a Great Life" booklet *Correspondence Correspondence about George Westinghouse, Jr.

undated 1936 1946 1946 c1890-1913 1914-1997

1943 1937

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Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Box 77 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7

Descendants Documentary Materials(1) Documentary Materials(2)

1900-1996 c1987 c1987

c1987 Documentary Materials(3) 1992 Erskine Park residence (Lenox, MA) undated family tree c1960 "George Westinghouse" by Public Relations 1946 "George Westinghouse, 1846-1914" George Westinghouse Days Festival (Wilmerding) 1988-1996 "George Westinghouse: His Life and 1925 Achievements" by F. Crane Folder 8 "George Westinghouse: The Man" by 1914 C. Horrocks Folder 9 "George Westinghouse: A Tribute" by undated A. Warren c 1992 Folder 10 Glen Eyre (railcar) Folder 11 "History of the Air Brake" by G. Westinghouse, Jr. 1910 1919-1920 Folder 12 McKinley Memorial Bust 1914 Shelf vol. 13 Obituaries 1865-1918 Folder 13 Patents Folder 14 1915 Patents in Estate (list) Folder 15 1935-1936 Reminiscences of, Vol. I, A-J (USE COPY) Folder 16 1935-1936 Reminiscences of, Vol. I (original) Box 78 Folder 1 1935-1936 Reminiscences of, Vol. II, K-Z (USE COPY) Folder 2 1935-1936 Reminiscences of, Vol. II (original) 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 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 c 1946 Folder 12 "Years of Greatness" by A. Boretz undated

Series VII: Histories (1902-1989) 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 ofthese materials are of a commemorative nature,

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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 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10

Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Box 80 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7

Chronologies and Lists of Achievements 1906-1986 Correspondence 1920-1995 General histories (articles and untitled) 1939-1992 Speeches(general and untitled) c1930 undated- "The Westinghouse Story: The Dreams of a Man" c1902- "Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company" c1914- "The 1907 Panic" by E.H. Heinricks c1914- "Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company" from Corporate Promotions and Reorganizations c1915- "Westinghouse Achievements in the Early Years ofits History" by B.G. Lamme c1918- "Systems, Methods,Processes, Apparatus, and Schemes in which the Westinghouse Company has led in design or application" c1920- Timeline and Reference cards c1923- "Brief Account ofthe Early Days of the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company" 1923- "Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company and Subsidiary Companies" 1923- "Westinghouse: the Organization" "Early Days in the Westinghouse Shops" by Charles F. Scott "Forty Years Ago" "The Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company: Its Engineering and its Engineers" by C.F. Skinner 1925- "Brief Account ofthe Early Days of the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company" 1925- "Historic Highlights in the Development ofthe Electrical Industry" c1925- "The Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company" 1927- "Achievements ofthe Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company in the Electric Power Industry" 192419241924-

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Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20 Folder 21 Folder 22

c1927- "Westinghouse Achievements" 1927- "Influence of Electricity on District" 1929- "Early History of the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company" 1929- "Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, History of" c1930- "Westinghouse,Pioneer" script 1931- "Part of Westinghouse in Modern Engineering" 1931- "Some Recollections of Haifa Century" by E.S. McClelland, Sr. 1931- "Ten Years with Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company" 1931- "Westinghouse- Two Generations ofProgress" 1933- Westinghouse Engineering Developments in 1932 1936- "Adventures in Power" 1936- "Calling the Roll of Fifty Years" 1936- "Fifty Years in Electric Power Generation" 1936- "Fifty Years of Westinghouse Research" 1936- "The First Fifty Years"

Box 81 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20 Folder 21 Folder 22 Folder 23 Folder 24 Folder 25

Golden Jubilee Program "A Half Century of Engineering Progress"(Electric Journal article)' c1936- "My Visit to the Westinghouse Plant" 1936- Notes on Fifty Years ofIndustrial Relations 1936- "The Spirit of Westinghouse"(play by Boston Sales Office) 1936- "Westinghouse Celebrates First 50 Years" 1936- "Westinghouse: Past, Present and Future" 1937- Mechanical Engineering article (untitled) 1938- "The Story of Nine Years" 1938- Untitled 1939- "These Ten Years" c1940- "Memories of the Research Lab" by H.H. Galleher 1946- "Pittsburgh Section" 1950- "Through the Years with Westinghouse" 1951-1954,"Atoms to Zirconium" 1952- "This is Your Company" 1953- "Fifty Years ofProgress with Canada, 1903-1953" 1953- "George Started Something" 1954- "Notes on the History of Engineering Journalism at Westinghouse" 1961- 75th Anniversary Newsletter 1961- "Seventy-fifth Anniversary Program" 1969- Untitled 1971- "The Westinghouse Story" 1976- 90th Anniversary Celebration c1976- "Westinghouse Electric Corporation" 19361936-

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Folder 26 Box 82 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7

1976-

Westinghouse News Anniversary Issue

1985198519861986198619891989-

"Organizational Evolution of Westinghouse" "Westinghouse Electric Corporation" Centennial Awards Westinghouse Centennial Celebration Westinghouse Centennial Review notes "Historic Pittsburgh 1886" "Westinghouse Electric Corporation" from International Directory ofCompany Histories

Series VIII: Press Releases (1929-1988) 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. Box 82 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Box 83 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10

Index Photograph Captions Undated 1929 1932 1936 1938-1939 1940-1945 1946-1948 1950-1952 1953-1955 1955-1956 (strikes) 1956-1957 1958 1959 1960 1961

1930-1955 undated

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Box 83A Index for 1955-1975 Box 84 Folder 1 1962-1963 Folder 2 1964 Folder 3 1965 Folder 4 1966 Folder 5 1967 Folder 6 1968 Folder 7 1969 Box 85 Folder 1 1970 Folder 2 1971(1) Folder 3 1971(2) Folder 4 1972 Folder 5 1973 Folder 6 1974 Folder 7 1975 Folder 8 1976 Folder 9 1977 Folder 10 1982 Folder 11 1985-1986 Folder 12 1988

Series IX: Products (1886-1997) 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.

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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 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Shelf vol. 14

Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Box 87 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Box 88 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5

Aesthetic Design "Electricity for Machine Driving" Engineers Technical Book Erecting Engineering Data Factory Testing Fields book #1 (first machines produced and ordered) General Catalogs 1888 (copy) 1892 1892 (c.2) 1893

1930 1898 1910 c1907 1917-1928 c1889

1920 1921-1922 1921-1922 (c.2) 1923-1924 1925-1927 1928-1930 1931-1932 1931-1932 (c.2) 1939-1940 1939-1940 (c.2) General Order Manual

1945

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Folder 6 Price List 1889 Folder 7 Resale Commercial Data (Appliance Manufacturers)1925-c1926 Folder 8 Resale Commercial Data (Machinery Manufacturers) c1926 Box 89 Shelf vol 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 This sub-series 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 product group. Box 90 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10

Alternating Current AIEE article abstract "Alternating Current Development in America" by William Stanely American Organization of the Manufacture Of Alternating-Current Apparatus Anniversary Materials articles articles articles about safety of AC autovalve arrester "The Beginning of Electric Power"

1895 1912 undated 1911-1958 1887-1949 1950-1998 1889-1890 undated undated

Box 91 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10

Black Canyon Hydroelectric Project 50" Anniversary(PBS documentary) "The Coming of Alternating Current" (by B.G. Lamme) "Contributions of Westinghouse to the Alternating Current System" correspondence Electric Chair articles Electric Duel article Great Barrington, MA test IEEE and Surge Protection ('Lightning Arresters') instruments frequency standardization

1985 c1910 1929 1936-1942 1889-1990 1889 1886 1941-1950 1933-1934 1997

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Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Box 92 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9

Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13

fuse blocks legal aspects long distance transmission correspondence meters "Merchandising the Kilowatt" New York, New Haven, and Hartford Railroad electrification Niagara Falls Power Station Ottawa, Canada Polyphase System installation list Pomona Water Power Plant Rectifiers (Ignitron) Sales book entries Surge Testing Telluride, CO transmission, 1890 "Westinghouse Alternating of Electrical Lighting" article "Westinghouse Contributions to the Alternating Current" Appliances Air Conditioners Catalogs 1966 1970 1971

1900-1904 1886-1889 1905 1905-1976 1929 1982 1886-1982 1937 1898 1955 undated 1890-1891 1947 1957-1991 1887 1934-1949 1938-1975

Box 93 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Box 94 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4

1974 Clothes Washer and Dryer Coca-Cola coolers Coffeemaker commercial Dishwasher "Electric Home of Tomorrow" Electric Knife Fan catalogs Fan instructions Food Mixer Freezer Heating history(of appliance engineering)

c1950-1988 1936 c1950 1933-1934 1966 1936 undated 1909-1969 1909-1940 1953 1947-1952 1919-1957 1984

Irons Kitchen Colors Kitchen Planning Luminous Radiator

1919-c1930 c1960 1949 1914

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Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12

Range Refrigerator Renewal Parts Sewing Machine Skillet Speed Cooker Stereo Stratovision (television broadcast)

1919-1966 c1930-1974 1931 1917-c1926 undated 1951 1961-1971 1965-1966

Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7

Television Television, F.C.C. reports Toasters Vacuum Cleaner Waffle Iron Water Cooler White-Westinghouse Catalog

1927-1989 1950 undated undated 1985 1934 c1980

Box 95

Automobile These folders contain articles about a Westinghouse automobile manufactured in LeHavre, France around 1902-1907 and about a vertical parking machine made by Westinghouse in 1931. The third folder contains a report on how the Company can enter the automotive electric component industry. Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10

Folder 11 Folder 12

articles 1954-c1980 vertical parking machine, 1931 1988 "Westinghouse and the Automotive Industry"c1953 Bryant (Division of Westinghouse) Circuit Protection Products Wiring Products

1974 1973-1976

Control Systems These products were automatic control systems for machinery. They include equipment such as relays, trouble shooting devices, limit switches, starters, and breakers. One oversized 'Numerical Control System' catalog from 1968 in oversize drawer. See also: Motor and Control Price books in Motor group. Folder 13 Folder 14

CAM Controllers Catalog

1929-1940 1975

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Folder 15 Folder 16 Box 95A Folder 1

Control Development Report "Control Engineering, Drum Controller Data, Wiring Diagrams"

1925-1926 1929

Control Engineering Hand Book (pages 2000-11100)

1929

"The Development of the Switchboard" By B.P. Rowe Electro/Center system Interposing Logic System Klydongraph Mini-Master Station Miscellaneous Numa-Logic • Sensor and Control Capabilities Spencer disk thermostat Total Service Veritrak 75

undated 1973 1976 undated 1976 1972-1983 1975 c1970 1943 c1970 undated

Box 96 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11

Electric Railway Equipment This grouping contains information about both passenger and freight electric locomotives and equipment. The Foreign folder includes information about British and German Westinghouse equipment, as well as Swiss and French railway products. The French booklet is written in French. There are also many publications in this grouping. Publications about general railroad electrification (effects, equipment, and problems) have been separated from the collection and given to the library. Where duplicates of these books exist, the duplicate has been kept in the archival collection, along with the other publications that deal solely and specifically with Westinghouse Electric products. They are listed alphabetically by their titles, which are written with quotation marks. For more information about locomotive engines, see Engines, Generators, and Motors groups.

Folder 12

50-Ton Locomotive

1924

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Folder 13 Folder Folder Folder Folder

14 15 16 17

Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20 Folder 21 Box 97 Folder 1 Folder 2

Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8

"50 Years of Westinghouse in Transit Development" "The ABC ofthe Electric Car" advertisements "All in a Days Work" American Electric Railway Association Conference Exhibit American Transit Association Convention Aimatures articles Baldwin-Westinghouse Locomotives

1936 1925 1920-1940 1930 1913-1930 undated 1900-1903 1902-1987 1903-1915

Baldwin-Westinghouse Locomotives "Brief Outline ofthe Development and Progress ofthe Electric Railway Industry" "Cars and Car Equipment" "Cars and Car Equipment" Catalogs 1983 1894-1896 1917-1929 Catenary Lines

1920-1931

Circuit Breakers "The Cleveland Railway" Controller parts and price list Controls Correspondence Cos Cob Power Plant "The Development of the Electric Locomotive" Diesel Electric Locomotives Diverters "Economies in Railway Operation" "Eighty Rapid Transit Years" Electric Locomotive Data "Electric Mine Locomotives and Motors" "Electric Railway Apparatus" "Electric Railway Equipment" "Electric Railway Power Apparatus" "Electric Street Car Equipment"

1902-1904 1924 1921-1928 1896-1939 1912-1916 1993

1923 1920 1927-1930

1905-1908

Box 98 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Box 99 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3

1924 undated 1900-1902 1912 undated 1912-1926 1899 1893 1929 1914 1896

"Electric Street Railway Motor" 1890 Electrification Data 1916 Electrification of Railroad as a war measure 1918



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Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20 Folder 21 Folder 22 Box 100 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8

Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18

1946 firsts 1906-c1983 Foreign (articles and equipment) 1902-1904 Fuse Blocks 1895 Generators c1900 Images 1906-1907 "Low Voltage Trolley Line Material" 1986 Metromover 1941 Mine Trolleys 1916 motors 1912 "Multiple Unit Trains and HL Control" 1939 "Operating Results with PCC Cars" 1907 Parts "Progress in Electric Railway 1927 Transportation" "Railroads Make and Maintain Business" 1926 advertisements 1910 "Railway Equipment" Recent Improvements in Railway Apparatus 1911 1929-1932 Renewal Part Sales 1898 Round House Turntable 1920 "The Safety Car" 1904-1929 Single-Phase System 1906 "Steam Railroad Electrification" 1914-1923 Substation Equipment "Testimonials Regarding Railway 1893 Apparatus" 1912 "Unit Switch Control Apparatus" "The Westinghouse Companies in the Railway 1905 and Industrial Fields" "Westinghouse Transit Expressway, South 1966 Park" 1930-1933 WN Reduction Drive Electric Vehicles articles Catalogs Coach Correspondence Golf Car International Electric Vehicle Symposium Lotus Markette I and II Engines articles correspondence

1976-1992 c1910 1925-1929 1939-1987 1973-1987 1969 1964 1967-1977 1903-c1940 1928



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Box 101 Gas Folder Folder Folder Folder

1899 1901-1904 1906-1911 1915

1 2 3 4 Steam

Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Box 102 Folder 1 Folder 2

undated 1888 1890 1891 1893-1895 1899-1901 1902-1904

Traction

1905-1906 1970

Generators See also: Motors Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Box 103 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8

Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11

A/C technical data Conference with the Association of Edison Illuminating Companies Converters Course (for Engineers' Club) Field Engineer notebooks History(by B.G. Lamme) Illinois Public Utilities Inner-cooled Instruction books Karlovitz- Halasz

1954 1904-1911 1972 1913-1915 c1913 1941 1951-1988 1943-1945 1946

Meeting minutes and reports Milwaukee Harvester Co. Motor Generators Oklahoma Gas and Electric Co. Rotor Video script(for training in China) Tesla Polyphase System Vertical (for waterwheel drives) Water

1950-1954 1896 1921 1968 1985 c1900 1918 undated

Industrial Machines and Tools AC Form Wound Machines articles Catalog

1920-1934

1974 1911 1946-1954

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Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Box 104 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Box 105 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8

Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder Folder Folder Folder Folder Folder Folder Folder Folder Folder Folder Folder

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

Construction Industry DC Machines Drives

c1980 1974 1904-1977

"Electricity in the Steel Industry" Fans Firth-Stirling Co.(Demmler,PA) Forums and Speeches Gear Motors Heating Equipment Homestead Steel Works Induction Heating Inspection forms Limit Switches Machine images Motors and Controllers Painting Manual Petroleum Industry "Power for Steel" Pulp and Paper Industry

1918 1921-1926 1907 1902-1941 c1938-1960 1934-c1980 c1926 1977 undated 1933-1937 undated 1907-1979 1944 c1980 1944-1952 c1980

Steel Mills . Textile Mills Thyristor Power Supplies Tool Stencils Unimation Robotic Systems US Steel Welding Electrodes Welding protection

1910-c1980 1910 1976 1939 undated 1959 1976 undated

Lighting undated Arc lighting Convention and Auditorium Atlantic City 1929 Hall 1933-1934 Commercial 1974 Correspondence and articles 1940-1973 Fluorescent 1981 Lamp Division Fact Book 1901-1983 Nernst Lamp 1904-1958 Planning and information booklets 1934 Rectigon 1878-1904 Sawyer-Man Lamps undated Stopper-Lamp 1904-1922 Street 1909 Tungsten Lamps Westinghouse Lighting Institute(New York)undated

4

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Motors The material on motors is arranged by type of motor. In addition, the Motor and Control Price books are product catalogs for all motors within a specific industry. See also: Generators and Control Systems groups. Box 106 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Box 107

Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Box 108 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Box 109 Folder 1 Folder 2

AC and DC (general) Armatures Circuit Protection Drive Systems Efficiency Fractional- Horsepower Gearmotors and Speed Reducers Induction Industrial Integral Horsepower Offshore Applications Punch Press Rayon Spinning Single Phase Starters Synchronous Synchronous Condensers Two-Speed V-Belts

1900-1981 1943 1975 1979 1977 undated 1934 1921 1936-1976 1974 undated 1928 1949 1929 1971-1974 1942-c1980 1958 1979 1933

Motors (cont.) Motor and Control Price Book (general) 1923 1924 1925 1923-1931 Homewood Works Homewood Works Machinery Manufacturers Machinery Manufacturers (c.2) Manufacturers/AC only Metal and Woodworking

1929 1929-1932 1922-1926 1922-1926 1923-1926 1922-1925

Metal and Woodworking (c.2) Pumps and Compressors

1922-1925 1922-1926

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Box 110

Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20 Folder 21 Box 111 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder Folder Folder Folder Folder

10 11 12 13 14

Nuclear Power *See also: R&D/S&T- Materials Science(Scries 13) Atom Smasher 1941 Bettis Medallion Award 1957 BR-3 Reactor undated Clinch River Breeder Reactor Project (Oak Ridge, TN) 1974 Clinch River Breeder Reactor Plant report 1974 D-Loop Testing 1985 Enterprise (marine) 1960 Floating power plants 1973 Florida Power & Light Co., Turkey Point Power Plant 1983 General articles 1943-1996 "Is the Challenge Gone?" by Charles Weaver 1966 Liquid Metal Fast Breeder Reactor c1974 Long Beach Cruiser Ship 1959 Nautilus 1954-1961 NERVA (Nuclear Propulsion for Space) c1970 Nuclear power plant sales 1959 Operation Crossroads (atomic bomb test) 1946 Pressurized Water Reactor Plants 1954-1986 c1974 Recycle Fuels Plant(Anderson, SC) 1973-1974 Safety undated Savannah River Plant Shippingport Atomic Power Station Shippingport Atomic Power Station Shippingport publicity book Speech USS Skate Washington State (Hanford, WA) Wyoming Mineral Corporation (Bruni, TX plant) Yankee Atomic Electric Plant(MA) Zirconium Petroleum Advertising pamphlets Articles Handbooks Memo Product booklets

c1957 1960 1957 1976 1957 undated 1975 c 1958 1953 c1920 1926-1943 1928 1938 1938-c1970

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Radio These materials pertain only to radio equipment manufactured by Westinghouse Electric. For information about radio broadcasting, please see the Administrative series (series 1)- Radio Broadcasting. Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20 Folder 21 Box 112 Folder 1

Articles General equipment HAM radio publications Oscillators Police equipment Railroad equipment Receivers

1921-1990 undated undated . c1930-1944 1934 1946 1919-1971

Transmitters 1940-1946 Electrification Rural This grouping contains information regarding Westinghouse Electric's involvement in bringing electricity to rural areas of the country. The materials range from product information about specially designed 'farm motors' to promotional materials designed to provide information about electricity and its uses to rural residents. In addition, Westinghouse and the 4-H Club partnered to educate children about electricity through the "National Rural Electricity Program," providing play scripts, contests, and after school clubs. There are also oversize promotional and educational posters for this grouping stored in the oversize drawers.

Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11

4-H Electric Program 1936-1959 Advertisements 1919-1944 Appliances and Equipment 1940-1952 Articles 1925-1952 Automatic Electric Service Plant Instruction Book (B-2) undated Automatic Electric Service Plant Instruction Book (E-35, E-36, E-38) undated Catalogs 1925-1941 Correspondence 1930-1941 Dealer and Sales information 1926-1940 Light and Power Plant Instruction Book E-30 1922-1923

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Box 113 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18

E-60 E-63 E-66 E-83 E-86 E-88 Lighting Market Analysis Motors Power Plants Power Plant Lubrication Manuals Promotional Materials Promotional Materials Renewal Parts Rural Electrification Series Service Manuals Transformers and Transmission Lines "Westinghouse Pictorial Farm Light Show"

c1925 cI925 c1925 undated undated undated 1947-1951 1930 1939-1949 1888-1938 undated undated 1927-1947 1926-1933 1942-1943 1928-1934 1920-1938 c1930

Switchgears and Circuit Breakers See also: Motor and Control books. In addition to the material here, there are graphs and blueprints for dead front, submersible, weather-proof, and dust-tight circuit breakers from 1949 in oversize drawers. Also photographs of circuit calibration from 1948 (#55173, #55300,#56567). Box 114 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Box 115 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3

Articles and Correspondence Bushing Tester Catalog Circuit Beakers Circuit Breaker Data and Notes Circuit Breaker Testing Laboratory De-Ion Circuit Breaker De-Ion Circuit Breaker instructions Feeder-Voltage Regulators Lightning Arresters Lightning Arresters

1918-1958 1935 1939 1933-1960 1927-1947 1926-1935 1929-1973 1933-1954 1933-1934 1923-1930 1959

IEEE and Surge Protection (Lightning Arrester) Linestarters Metal-Clad

1951-1958 undated 1933-c1960

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Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14

Network Calculator 1930-1941 NOFUSE 1933 Oil Circuit Breakers 1908-1948 Panelboards 1926-1941 Rectifiers c1934 Relays 1934 SF6 Circuit Breaker 1961-1970 Switchgear Data book 1929-1930 Switchgear Data book 1934 Switchgears 1949-1968 Symposium on High and Extra High Voltage Apparatus Utilizing SF6 (Russia) 1975 Transformers Oversize 1954 blueprint stored in oversize drawers.

Box 116 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7

Articles Correspondence Distribution Transformers Enclosed Miscellaneous Service Center South Kensington Museum

1887-1965 1928-1935 1933-1934 1949-1971 1925-1934 undated 1932

Turbines This group contains many oversized blueprints stored in the oversized drawers. The Department of Defense Unit folder contains information about the subcontracted steam turbine generator unit that Westinghouse manufactured for the DOD at the South Philadelphia Works. Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Box 117 Folder 1 Folder 2

Coils Department of Defense Unit Gas Hydrogen-cooled Marine Steam Turbine PACE combined powerplant Patents Product Problems

undated undated 1944-1949 1955-1965 c1910-1912 undated 1945 1948-1950

Steam Steam Service Data

1900-1972 1936-1947

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Folder 3 Folder 4

Steam Service Data Turbine-Generators

1961 1929-1975

Miscellaneous Due to the diversification of a corporation like Westinghouse, some products do not fall into the groupings established above. The information on the products listed below consist mostly of single advertisements or brochures. Oversize drawers contain information on welding symbols from 1940 and a brochure on electronic tubes that is undated. Box 118 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20 Folder 21 Folder 22 Folder 23 Folder 24 Folder 25 Folder 26 Folder 27 Folder 28 Folder 29 Folder 30 Box 119 Folder 1 Folder 2

Architectural Systems Department Automatic Material Handling System Barcodes Batteries Battleship shock tester boiler brushes Bus System (vertical) Capacitors Cylsonic Cleaning Unit Dome to Three Rivers Stadium Electronics Elevators Fire Engine (gasoline) Greenhouse (portable) Hospital Isolation System Infra-Scan (Thermographic Inspection) Insulation System J34 engine Jumping disk Magnet Wire Marine catalog Melmac dinnerware Micarta Copper-clad Materials Missle (Polaris) Nameplates ("Westinghouse") Oil Switches Oscillograph Oxygen Analyzer Ozonizer

c1970 1972 1991 1977 1997 undated 1929-1933 1976 1933-1934 1974 c1977 1963 1944-1952 1954 c 1960 1974 1976 c1975 1950-1995 undated undated 1925 1960 1913-c1977 1961 1947-1964 1906 undated 1979 1913

Polyglas Porcelain (insulators)

c1960 undated

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Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16

Pumps Radars Rifle Saranade (talking doll) Static Ground Detector, 1904 Sterilamp Telescopes Torpedoes(from Battlefronts ofIndustry) Ultrasonic Cleaning Equipment Univac Weather Satellite Welding Wind Tunnel X-Ray

1960-1974 1968-1991 1986 undated 1983 1938 1966 1948 1975 1958 1974 c1967 1954 1948-1961

Series X: Publications(1904-1996) 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 ofthe 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 ofthe 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

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of 1947 and 1948 Tech Owls are stored in oversize drawers. 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 ofthe 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 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Box 121 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13

1973 Newspaper production data 1944 c Work at ABC of Electronics 1952-1955 Alumni Association Newsletter undated I vol. Line, Firing the for n Ammunitio undated Ammunition for the Firing Line, vol. II 1964-1971 Astronotes(Astronuclear Laboratory) Bath Lights (Fluorescent and Vapor Lamp Div) 1974-1975 Beaver Newsletter (Distribution and Control Equipment)1972-1976 The Best-Known Unknown Company 1990 in America 1975-1976 Between Us(Trenton Lamp Plant) 1956 Comeback The Big Big Things are Happening at Westinghouse 1956 1994-1995 Business Portfolio 1978-1992 Calendars CAPA Scintillator 1956-1957 (Commercial Atomic Power) 1906 Casino Tech Bulletin 1986 Centennial Review 1966 Cheswick Reactor(Cheswick,PA) The Communicator (Nuclear Components, Pensacola, FL)1986-1988 Conveyor(Major Appliance Division, 1974 Mansfield, OH) 1992 Corporate Update 1989-1990 Correlations(Corporate Relations) 1963 ring) (Manufactu Cost Cutter c1946 The Courage to Pioneer Co)1986 Nuclear Idaho use CPP Pulse(Westingho 1961 Distribution Apparatus News News East Pittsburgh 1968

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Folder 14 Box 122 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Box 123 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Box 124 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Box 125 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Box 126 Folder 1 Folder 2

1969 January-June, 1970 July-December, 1970 1971 Electric Club Journal 1904 1904 1905-1911 1921-1923 1924 1928-1935 • 1936-1937 January-August, 1938 September 1938- March 1939 Electric Service Division News Electric Utility News

1970 1964

Electrical Information Especially for Girls 1957 Electrical Living Homes 1950-1952 Electrical Living and How to Have It 1950 Electronics Digest 1945-1946 EMD Challenger (Electro-Mechanical Div.) 1988-1991 Engineering Achievements 1920-1931 1923-1924 1925-1926 1927-1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1935 Engineering Excellence Engineering Progress 1936-1937 1938 1939 1940 1942 Environmental Performance Update Expanding Role of Electricity in Industry

1984

1994 c1976

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Folder 6 Folder 7

Facts and Figures Flexarc Dial Forty Years Ago Front Line 1983-1990 1983-1984 1985-1986 1987-1988 FYI

1972 1938-1940 1924

1981-1984

Generation Technology Systems Division 1986 Newsletter 1986 Group W News (Broadcast Div) 1975 Hagan Recorder(On-ville, OH) 1987-1990 Headquarters Magazine 1986 Headquarters Monthly Highlander News and Briefs 1975 (Wire Division, Abingdon, VA) 1954 Highlights of Westinghouse Home Edition/NEWS Edition 1961-1963 (East Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA) The Hotline (Trenton Lamp Plant, 1975 Trenton, NJ) Impact(Engineering Services Division, 1990 Pittsburgh, PA) 1972-1973 Industry and Defense News PA) (Pittsburgh, Industry Service News 1973-1976 1977-1980 1971-1973 Instrumentation News(Orrville, OH) Communication1977-1991 Intercom (Industry Products 1982-1989 International Digest International News 1980 1981-1986 Introduction to Westinghouse I think... of Tomorrow Jim Sheridan Letter Journal(Large Turbine Division, Philadelphia, PA) Lamplighter (Incandescent Lamp Division, Trenton, NJ) Large Rotating Apparatus News 1978 1980

undated c1968 1991 1971-1974 1976

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Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Box 131 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Box 132 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9

1981 LRA Magazine(Large Rotating Apparatus) January- June, 1982 August- December, 1982 1983 1984 February- May, 1985 June- December, 1985 1986 1987 Flashes (Specialty Lamp Division, Light Reform AL) Light Notes (Specialty Lamp Division, Richmond,KY) News(Incandescent Lamp Div, Rock Little Little Rock, AZ) Series(Westinghouse School Science Little Service) Management Newsletter Manual of Better Home Wiring

1973-1975 1973-1975 1973-1975 1943-1953 1957-1974 1944

Manufacturing 1961 Marketing News(Components and Materials Division, Pittsburgh, PA) 1972 Mix (Industry and Defense Company) 1974-1975 1976-1977 1978-1979 1980-1982 1983-1984 1985-1986 1987 New Horizon (Charlotte Turbine Plant) News and Views(Chatham Center, Pittsburgh, PA) News Bulletin News Digest 1986-1988 1989 1990 1991-1995 News ofInterest to Westinghouse Now Much of It Can Be Told

1990-1991 1988 1976

1964-1988 c1945

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Folder 4

Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Box 134 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14

NTSD Matrix (Nuclear Technology Systems Division) Nuclear Energy Digest Occasional Idea One Tuscarawas Road (Distribution and Protection Components Division, Beaver,PA) /00/ Brinton Road(Corporate Data Center, Pittsburgh, PA) Pace (Industry Services Division, Pittsburgh, PA) 1981 1982 February- June, 1985 July- December, 1985 February- July, 1986 August- December, 1986 1987 1988-1989 1990-1993 Passages(News for Retirees) 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 Pensacola Division News Perspective (Technical Information Dept.) Perspective (Technical Information Dept.) Pictorial Highlights of Engineering The Point(Westinghouse Building, Pittsburgh, PA) Portraits ofPower

1986 1973 1931

1985 1986

1969 1965-1967 1968-1970 undated 1995-1996 1943

Box 135 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4

Power Circuit Breaker News(East Pittsburgh, PA) November, 1977 December, 1977 January, 1978 February, 1978

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Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20 Folder 21 Folder 22 Box 136 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Box 137 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Box 138 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Box 139 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3

April, 1978 June-July, 1978 . Pow-R-Line (Distribution Equipment Div, 1974-1975 St. Louis, MO) PoWeR Lines(PWR Fuel Element Subdiv., Bettis Site) 1955-1956 ; Power Systems News 1968 Printing Division Register 1982-1983 PSPID News 1976 Quality Magazine(Water Reactor Divisions)1984 Quarterly (Lester Power Generation Divisions, Philadelphia,PA) 1971-1972 1943 Quick Facts about Westinghouse 1920 Recent Notable Achievements 1954 The Record of 1954 The Rectifier(East Pittsburgh Works) 1937 The Rectifier(East Pittsburgh Works) 1938-1939 regional pamphlets undated Relay-Instrument News(Newark, NJ) 1969 Repair Division News(Pittsburgh,PA) 1969-1971 Repair Division Newsletter (Pittsburgh,PA) 1965-1966 Sales Letters (East Pittsburgh, indexed in each volume) 1905-1908 1909 1905-1908 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1917(c.2) 1918 1919 1922-1927 Sales Record

1954-1961

Sales Record 1960-1961 Sales Wedge(Apparatus Sales Department, East Pittsburgh, PA) 1939 Salina News(Lamp Division, Salina, KS) 1973-1975

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Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9

Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Box 140 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6

Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 141 Box Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7

Service 1922 Service Beacon (Merchandise Service Department, Mansfield, OH) 1936-1940 Shop Ideas(East Pittsburgh,PA) 1943 Signal(Electrical Systems Division, Hunt Valley, MD) 1985 SMD News(Small Motor Div, Lima, OH) 1982 Sooner Newsfor Westinghouse People (Central Residential Air Conditioning Division, Norman, OK) 1974 Spotlight on Systems (Industry Systems Divisions, O'Hara Township,PA) 1979 The Story of Westinghouse c 1 953 Sugar n' Spice 1951 Switchgear News(East Pittsburgh, PA) 1977-1978 1979-1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 Tampa Division News(Tampa,FL) 1972-1974 TG Report(Turbine Generator Plant, 1991 Charlotte, NC) Tech Owl(Student publication ofthe Westinghouse Technical Night School, East Pittsburgh,PA) 1929-1948 1953-1959 Tech Tips(Power Semiconductor Division, undated Youngwood,PA) c1990 There is one thing you must be sure of... 1975-1978 Thermo King News(Minneapolis, MN) 1957-1962 This is Westinghouse 1963-c1967 This is Westinghouse This is Westinghouse Tube Talk(Specialty Metal Plant, Blairsville, PA) Tube Topics (Electronic Tube Division, Elmira, NY) Turbine News(Charlotte, NC) Turbine Topics The Two at the Top United Fund News(Pittsburgh, PA)

c1970-c1980 1985-1986 1969 1976 1971 c1988 1971

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Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14

Folder 15 Folder 16 Box 142 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7

Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13

Folder 14 Box 143 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7

Update (Headquarters News, Pittsburgh, PA) 1985 1987-1991 1993-1994 1975 Veritrak Vibrations , 1984-1986 Waste to Energy Technology WCC News(Westinghouse Credit Corp., 1973-1974 Pittsburgh, PA) 1944-1946 Welcome to Westinghouse WENS Bulletin (Westinghouse Editor's News Service) 1976-1979 1980 1981 1982-1986 WESCO News(Westinghouse Electric Supply Company,Pittsburgh, PA) Western Star (Paris Parts Plant, Paris, TX) Westinghouse Westinghouse Beacon (Outdoor Lighting) Westinghouse Circuit(Defense and Electronic Systems Group, Baltimore, MD) Westinghouse Communicator (Sales Dept.) Westinghouse Contest News Westinghouse: Creating Added Value for a Changing World Westinghouse Defense News (Linthicum, MD) Westinghouse Division Managers' Coloring Book Westinghouse Direction (Business and Management Practices, Pittsburgh, PA) Westinghouse Engineering Highlights

1971-1972 1973-1975 1990 1971

1972-1991 1966-1967 1973 c1985 1987-1988 1962

1960-1961 1945-1946

Westinghouse Gateway News(Pittsburgh, PA) 1971-1972 1973-1974 1975-1976 1977-1978 1979-1980 1981 Westinghouse In Depth (Ocean Research and Engineering Center, Annapolis,

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Folder 8 Folder 9 Box 144 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8

Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15

Folder 16 Folder 17 Box 145 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6

Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9

MD) Westinghouse International Westinghouse International News

1973-1974 1925-1931 1971

Westinghouse Is c1970 Westinghouse Kentuckian (Owensboro, KY)1972-1975 Westinghouse Lighting Times (Interior Lighting Division, Vicksburg, MS) 1972-1975 Westinghouse Lamp News 1927 Westinghouse Machine News(South 1919-1920 Philadelphia Works) Westinghouse Maintenance News 1935-1960 (East Pittsburgh, PA) Westinghouse Merchandising Service Bulletin (Mansfield, OH) 1935-1936 Westinghouse Meter News(Raleigh, NC) 1976 Westinghouse NewsAdvanced Reactors Division (Madison,PA) 1971-1976 Air Arm Division (Baltimore, MD) 1959-1963 1973-1974 Ardmore Site, Forest Hills(PA) Astronuclear Laboratory (Large,PA)1971-1974 Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory 1971 (West Mifflin, PA) Bryant Division (Bridgeport, CT) 1974-1975 Commercial Industrial Air Conditioning Division 1972 (Staunton, VA) (PA) East Pittsburgh Divisions 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 Electric Stairway and Hydraulic Elevator Division 1973 (Gettysburg,PA) Electronic Systems Support Division 1971-1973 (Cockeysville, MD) Electronic Tube Division 1974-1975 (Horseheads, NY) General Control and Apparatus

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Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Box 146 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20 Folder 21 Folder 22 Box 147 Folder 1

Repair(Chicago, IL) High Speed Elevator Division (Jersey City, NJ) Incandescent Lamp Division (Bloomfield, NJ) Major Appliance Division (Columbus, OH) Medium Speed Elevator Division (Dover, NJ) miscellaneous divisions

1975 1972-1974 1972-1975 1970 1973-1974 1972-1975

Nuclear Energy Systems (Monroeville,PA) 1972 Overhead Distribution Transformer Division (Athens, GA) 1974 Relay-Instrument Division (Newark, NJ) 1971-1972 Semiconductor Division (Youngwood,PA) 1975 Sharon Transformer Division (Sharon,PA) 1976 Sinai!Power Transformer Division (South Boston, VA) 1974-1976 Tele-Computer Center(Braddock Hills, PA) 1976 Turbine Components Plant (Winston-Salem, NC) 1971-1972 Water Reactor Division (Monroeville,PA) 1973-1974 Westinghouse News for Retirees 1983-1984 Westinghouse Newsfront 1945-1946 Westinghouse: Its Organization and Operation 1923-1929 1936 Westinghouse Past, Present, and Future Westinghouse Printing News (Trafford,PA) 1988-1992 1960 Westinghouse Record (stockholder info) Westinghouse: the reliable generation c1971 Westinghouse Retirees' News 1993 Westinghouse School Service c1943-1952 Westinghouse Steam Division News 1960 Westinghouse Technology 1985-1987 Westinghouse Technology 1988-1990 Westinghouse Tell-O-Scope(East Pittsburgh Division, PA) 1944 Westinghouse Today

1975

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Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11

1943-1944 Westinghouse Wartime Engineering Westinghouse Workers'Bulletin 1928 Westinghouse World News(New York, NY)1972-1973 Westrain (Educational Department) 1946 What is Westinghouse? 1952-1954 Wonders ofthe Week 1931 The World and Westinghouse 1964-1966 The World of Westinghouse 1964 WRD News(Water Reactor Divisions) 1985-1986 You Can Be Sure c1980

Series XI: Related Companies/Organizations(1881- 1998) 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 ofthe 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 oftwo reasons: a Westinghouse employee authored one of the articles, or the Company owned a subscription to the journal. Box 148 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 *Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13

Adam, Meldrum, and Anderson Co. "Golden Jubilee of Electric Lighting" AEG Westinghouse Transportation Systems, Inc. AFL-CIO Akron Daily Digest(Goodyear) Allegheny Power American Association for State and Local History American Heritage of Invention and Technology American Institute ofElectrical Engineers,Panama Pacific Convention American Institute of Graphic Arts, Pittsburgh Chapter The American Legion Magazine American Management Association, "How to say what you mean" American Museum of Electricity(Niskayuna, NY) American Society of Mechanical Engineers

1936 c1988 1975 1996 undated c1980 1988 1915 1991 1975 1974 1963 1955

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Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20 Folder 21 Folder 22 Shelf vol. 16 Shelf vol. 17 Folder 23 Folder 24 Folder 25 Folder 26 Folder 27 Folder 28 Folder 29 Folder 30 Folder 31 Folder 32 Box 149 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12

American Telephone and Telegraph Company American Visuals Corporation American Writing Paper Company Regulations APICS Castle (Wilmerding,PA) Arden Trolley Museum Arj Corporation (Iran) Association of Engineers and Scientists Bethlehem Steel Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory B.F. Sturtevant Company ledger B.F. Sturtevant Company ledger Broadcasters Hall of Fame(Akron, OH) Carnegie, Andrew (Skibo Castle) Carnegie Mellon University CBS Annual Report CBS articles CBS radio Center for the History of Electrical Engineering Center for Middle Eastern Studies, University of Chicago Chamber of Commerce ofPittsburgh, city histories Churchill Area Tour Guide

1970 1939 undated undated 1982 1972 1946-1948 c1971 1948-1968 1867-1873 1886-1889 1994 1996 1994-1995 1997 1996-1998 1998 1983-1996 1970 1929-1934 1979

Commonwealth Edison Company 1984 Con Edison Annual Report 1981 Cooper Industries, Inc. 1953 Coolspring Power Museum (Coolspring,PA) 1990-1992 Curtiss Museum (Hammondsport, NY) undated Doble Steam Car, 1925 1998 Duke Goldstone Motion Picture Services 1994 Duquesne Light Company c1974 Economic Press,"Better Letters" series undated Edison, Thomas undated Edison, Thomas(by H. Sprague) 1947 Egyptian Radio (Journal of Egyptian State Broadcasting) 1938 Folder 13 Electric Power Research Institute(EPRI)Journal 1979 Folder 14 Electric Power Research Institute(Waltz Mill, PA) 1986 Folder 15 Electric Railroad magazine 1952 Shelf vol. 18 Electric Supply Company ledger(New York) 1881 Folder 16 Electrical Engineer 1986 Electrical Engineering(American Institute of Electrical Engineers) Folder 17 1932-1933 Folder 18 1934 Folder 19 1936

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Folder 20 Folder 21 Folder 22 Folder 23 Folder 24 Box 150 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20 Box 151 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14

1955 Electric World Electrical World Elliot Services Co.(management information) ENRON Power Corporation Factory magazine,"What Industry Means to America" Ferraris, Professor (correspondence about) Ford, Henry(dynamo) Ford Museum and Archives Foothill Electronics Museum (Los Altos, CA) Friends of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania Fuel, Gas, and Electrical Engineering Company General Electric AC Lighting Advertisements Annual report Annual report Arc Lamps Articles Central Station Lighting Cotton States and International Exposition catalogue Current Collection Tests "Edison and Electricity" Employee Benefits Instruction Books "Menlo Park Reminiscences"

1895 1888 1943 1994

1936 1888 1929 1928-1974 1982-1991 1994 1917 1892 1920-1971 1984-1985 1994 1892-1898 1969-1987 1891-1892 1895 1923 c1953 c1950 1894-1904 1938

1891-1925 Motors c1965 "News" 1943 Oil Tankers c1990 catalog Photographic Collection 1894-1896 Product Bulletins 1918 "Review" Short Circuits and Symmetrical 1926 Components 1930 Skip Hoists 1894 Transformers 1938 World's Fair Press magazine1941 Folks" General Motors Corporation,"GM George Westinghouse Museum (Wilmerding,PA) 1988-1998 Articles 1986-1996 Correspondence 1989 Report Critical Appraisal

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Folder 15 Folder 16 Box 152 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Box 153 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20 Folder 21

Docent Information Greater Pittsburgh Museum Council

1988-1998 1989-1997

Meeting minutes Newsletter Operational Information Records inventory School Program Feasibility study Tour scripts Grand Army of the Republic (use copies) Hagley Museum and Library (Wilmington, DE) Hall of Electrical History (Schenectady, NY) Hall of Fame for Great Americans Foundation Hall of History Foundation,"The Current Commentary" Historical Electronics Museum I Dream a World (art education organization) Imo Industries Institute of Electrical Engineers (prints) Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Industry Applications magazine Repository directory Spectrum magazine

1988-1998 1988-1997 1987-1997 undated 1989 undated 1894-1950 1986-1990 1996 c1976

International Technology Institute Iran Investment Conference II Iranian Air Force Iranian Electronic Industries(Abol Fath Ardalan) Iron Trade Review John Scott Medal Journal ofAbnormal Psychology Lackawanna and Wyoming Valley Railroad Leeds and Northrup Company Little Beaver Creek Valley Railroad of Darlington Marriott Marquis Hotel(New York City) Mercantile Trust Company Metropolitan Engineering Company Mohawk Valley Heritage Corridor Update Museum of Broadcasting(New York, NY) Museum of Modem Art(New York) Myers, Dr. Harry,"The Value of Order" National Association of Manufacturers National Electric Week (National Electrical Contractors Association) National Inventors Hall ofFame National Retiree Volunteer Coalition Newsletter

1986 1971-1972 1972 1973 1926 c1918-1944 1915 1907 undated 1993 1985 1907 1915 1995-1996 1984 1934 1942 1940

1996 1980-1998 c1990 1989-1990 1929 1999 1977 1987

undated 1990 1992-1993

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Folder 22 Folder 23 Folder 24 Folder 25 Folder 26 Folder 27 Folder 28 Folder 29 Folder 30 Folder 31 Folder 32 Folder 33 Folder 34 Folder 35 Folder 36 Folder 37 Folder 38 Folder 39 Folder 40 Folder 154 Folder 1 Folder 2

National Underground Storage, Inc. c1980 1887 Overhead Conductor Electric Railway Company 1988 Pennsylvania Federation of Historical Societies Pennsylvania Federation of Museum and Historical Organizations 1991-1992 People's Electric Light Company 1949 Perry, Allen M.,"Tentative History of the 1941 Electrical Industry" Peterson, Skolnick and Dodge Communication Consultants 1993 1998 Philadelphia Company, 1884 Philadelphia Electric Company 1952-1981 1997 Phipps Conservatory Education News Pittsburgh Museum of Broadcasting 1992-1996 1993 Pittsburgh Radio and Television Club CA) 1955 Pomona Water Power Plant(Claremont, Popular Culture Library, Bowling Green 1989 "Studio One" 1957 The Progress (Wilkinsburg newspaper) 1965 Recordak (in 1938 time capsule) Roland Reed Productions, Inc./RFG Associates, Inc.c1981 undated Ruud Manufacturing Company undated Sawyer-Mann Electric Company

Socony Mobile "S&D Reflector"(Sons and Daughters of Pioneer Rivermen, Marietta, OH) Smithsonian Institution, Electrical Section Folder 3 Steel City Amateur Radio Club,"Kilo-Watt Folder 4 Harmonics" "Submarine Defense" by Lindell T. Bates Folder 5 Studebaker Brothers Folder 6 Sugar magazine (in Spanish and English) Folder 7 SURE(Westinghouse retiree association) Folder 8 Swan, Joseph Folder 9 Telegraphic Journal and Electrical Review Folder 10 Tesla Electric Company(USE COPY) Folder 11 Tesla Electric Company(ORIGINALS) Folder 12 Tesla Memorial Society, Inc. Folder 13 Trains magazine Folder 14 Union Switch and Signal Folder 15 US Department of Commerce,"Safety Rules for Folder 16 Radio Installations" Shelf vol. 19 US Electric Lighting Company, contracts The US News Folder 17 US Steel, Benjamin Fairless accepts John Folder 18

undated 1984 1984 1993 1918 undated 1914-1919 1991 1982 1883 1888 1888 1993-1996 1969 c1941 1926 c1880 1945

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Folder 19 Folder 20 Folder 21 Folder 22 Folder 23 Folder 24 Folder 25 Folder 26 Folder 27 Box 155 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Box 156 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4

Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Box 157 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Shelf vol. 20 Shelf vol. 21 Shelf vol. 22 Folder 6

1952 Fritz Award (speech) 1936 University ofPittsburgh Senior Class book 1985 Veteran Employees' Association Westinghouse Air Brake Company 1944 75th Anniversary Air Compressor Books 1906-1912 Articles 1919-1991 Automobile Brakes 1937 Dividend check to George Westinghouse, Jr.1896 Employee Outing 1907 Employee Record Cards 1897-1953 *(Addendum IV: list of WABCO employee names, page 124) General Conference General Conference (c.2) Instruction Pamphlets News News White, Irton apprenticeship materials Westinghouse Brake and Signal Company Limited Westinghouse, Church,& Kerr 1889 1914-1917

1923 1923 1920-1941 1919 1988 1927-1930 1977-1978

Westinghouse and Company (Schenectady, NY) Westinghouse Electric Company Westinghouse Foundation Westinghouse Illuminating Company (Schenectady, NY) Westinghouse Machine Company The Bulletin index The Bulletin 1906-1909 1907-1908 1909-1910

1917 1997 1991-1997

1910-1914 1912-1913 1914 Contract with Westinghouse Electric Co. History and Product Information Ledger Ledger Ledger Product Circulars

1891-c1959 1906-1911

1915 1905-1991 1885-1894 1903-1906 1904-1905 1909-1911

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Folder 7 Box 158 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7

Product Circulars Product Instruction Books Westinghouse Memorial High School Westinghouse Union Battery Company (Swissvale, PA) Westinghouse X-Ray Company, Inc. White Consolidated Industries WNEW (Metromedia New York radio station) Woods, Granville T.

1912-1914 1909-1913 1962 1921 undated 1975-1991 1984 undated

Series XII: Reprints (1901-1950) 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 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Box 160 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Box 161 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3

Bearings Business Capacitors Controls and Regulations Distribution and Transmission Electrical Engineering Applications Electrical Engineering Fundamentals Electronic Tubes and Applications Furnaces General General

1911-1935 1911-1949 undated 1911-1942 1907-1941 1901-1950 1907-1942 1927-1942 1916-1934 1904-1929 1930-1944

Generators German language Insulators Lighting Marine Applications Materials and Materials Processing Meters and Instrumentation Motors Paper Industry Radio

1927-1950 1906-1931 1924-1944 1904-1943 1923-1943 1928-1947 1906-1942 1902-1948 1911-1942 1926-1936

Railroad Equipment Relays Steel and Mining Industry

1910-1950 1910-1941 1911-1940

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Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8

Switchgears and Circuit Breakers Transformers Turbines Urban Transportation Welding and Brazing

1910-1939 1904-1940 1910-1944 1904-1948 1910-1950

Series XIII: Research and Development/ Science and Technology Center(1919- 1998) 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 ofthe Center's annual reports and presentations made by the Center to the Westinghouse Electric Board of Directors. The second subseries contains information about thefacilities 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 ofthe 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 R&D/S&T Center. The Organization and Activities brochures give a brief overview ofthe structure and research ofthe Center. The fifth subseries- Publications- contains materials published specifically for the R&D/S&T 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 ofthese divisions will be listed alphabetically by the name of the division. Organization ofthe departments into divisions during the late 1970s served as the basis for this arrangement.

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Subseries: Annual and Board Reports Box 162 1937 Folder 1 Folder 2 1959 1960 Folder 3 1962 Folder 4 1967 Folder 5 1972 Folder 6 1974 Folder 7 1978 Folder 8 1980 Folder 9 1981 Folder 10 1982 Folder 11 1983 Folder 12 1985 Folder 13 1988 Folder 14 1989 Folder 15 1990 Folder 16 1991 Folder 17 Subseries: Facilities Box 163 Capital Expenditures Presentation Folder 1 Capital Expenditures Presentation Folder 2 Construction of new facility Folder 3 Dedication of new facility Folder 4 Europe (Belgium) Folder 5 European correspondence Folder 6 European Laboratory Evaluation Folder 7 Historical Landmark Designation Folder 8 Maps Folder 9 Postcards Folder 10 Research Library Folder 11 Research Mini-Theater Folder 12 "The Role of Research Laboratories" by Zener Folder 13 Time Capsules Folder 14 Subseries: Histories 1919- "The First Three Years of Westinghouse Folder 15 Scientific Research" c1930- "Research" Folder 16 1931- "Stories of Westinghouse Research" Folder 17 1936- "Fifty Years of Westinghouse Research" Folder 18 1939- "Evaluation of Research Pioneering" Folder 19 1941- "History of the Westinghouse Research Folder 20 Laboratories"

1969 1971 1952-1956 1956 1971-1978 1969 1971 1987 1922-1948 1968-1988 1951-1958 undated 1956 1939-1995

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Box 164 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20 Folder 21 Folder 22 Folder 23

1942- "History ofthe Westinghouse Research Laboratories" 1942- "Westinghouse Research Organization" 1944- "Nation's Business" section draft 1944- "Progress in Engineering and Research" 1952- "Research in Industry" 1953- "Physicists in Industry" 1956- "Research: Road Map for the Future" 1957- "Significant Westinghouse Research Developments" 1957- Westinghouse as a major research company (editorials) 1958- "Organizing a Manufacturing Laboratory" 1958- "Westinghouse Research: An Investment in Tomorrow" 1961- "Research and its Exploitation" 1963- "Research Laboratories" from graduate student manual 1966-"An Introduction to Achievement Hall" 1969- "Westinghouse in Forest Hills" 1978- "Physics Careers at Westinghouse" 1980- "Recollections ofthe Research Laboratories on Ardmore Boulevard" 1981- "Innovation in Westinghouse: New Product Organizations, 1946-1976" 1986- "Engineering R&D at Westinghouse, 1886-1922" c1986- "The First 100 Years ofR&D within Westinghouse" 1986- Innovation list 1987- "Early Days ofthe Autoclave Lab" 1988- "Managing Change in an R&D Environment"

Subseries: Organization Box 165 Folder 1 Advisory Council Report Folder 2 Analysis of shift in research professions at Westinghouse Folder 3 Budget and Workforce Report Folder 4 Comparison with GE Research and Development Folder 5 Corporate Research and Development Report Folder 6 Corporate Study of R&D Center Folder 7 Directories Folder 8 Directories Folder 9 Employee Roosters Folder 10 Energy Systems Business Unit Folder 11 Engineering Managers' Forum Folder 12 IR 100 Competition Folder 13 'Managing the R&D- Marketing Relationship' Presentation

1988 1973 1971 1985 1971 1984 1948-1970 1985-1988 1927-1940 1994 1981 1979 1985

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Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Box 166 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 167 Box Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Box 168 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Box 169 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4

'National Policy and R&D'speech Nuclear Science and Division articles Operation Manual

1985 c1960-c1980 1970

Operation Manual Organizational Charts Publicity reports 1979 (vol. 1) 1979 (vol. 2) 1979 (vol. 3)

1973 1960-1981

1980 (vol. 1) 1980(vol. 2) 1981 1982 1983 Published articles on Westinghouse R&D Management Reorganizations Research Club Constitution 'Setting the Stage for R&D' 'Seven Technologies for the Eighties' presentation Specialist Directory Statement of Purpose and Projects Statement of Purpose Strategic Defense Initiative Contracts Strategic Plan Strategic Plan (c. 2) Strategic Plan

1968-1969 1961-1988 1948 1959 1980 1976 1963 c1975 1986-1988 1976 1976 1976-1980

Strategic Plan Technical Program Selection and Support Technology and Products presentation 'Technology Talks' Report

1978-1982 1979 1975 1979

Subseries: Publications 1969 "Achievement Hall" Folder 5 1946 "Adventures in Research" Folder 6 "A Few Facts about Westinghouse R&D Center" 1987 Folder 7 undated "General Engineering Laboratories" Folder 8 "A Guide to the Westinghouse Research Folder 9 1956 Laboratories" 1955 "How to find it" Folder 10 1974 "How to get there" Folder 11 1988 Center" "An Inside Look at the Westinghouse R&D Folder 12

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Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20 Folder 21 Box 170 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Box 171 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17

"Institutional Research (for the Institutional Investor)" "Jots and Titles" Lab 30 television show Landscaping tour Magazine articles "March of Research" "Material Engineering" Newsletter New Employee Manual Newspaper articles

1989 1928 c1955 1968 1973-1977 1949 1957 1957-1967 1972-1973

"Perspective" "Profile" "Reinvestment of Earnings" "Research/Development" "Research Developments" "R&D Highlights" 1980-1981 1982 1983-1984 1986 1992-1993 "R&D Letter" 1958-1963 1964-1968 1969-1970

1969 1975-1987 1958 1976 1966

"R&D News" "R&D Newsletter" "R&D Technology" "R&D for Today and Tomorrow "Re-De Scope" "Research. .an investment in tomorrow" "Research Developments" "Research Newsletter" 1941-1943 1944 1945 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954

1968-1973 1979-1986 1986-1987 1978 1961 1956 1965

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Box 172 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11

Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 173 Box Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7

1955 1956 1957 1958 "Research Progress" 1940 1941 1942 1943 "Science and Technology Center" "Science and Technology Center Capabilities" "Science and Technology Center: Innovative Solutions "Scope and Focus" 1964 1966 1971 "Source of Ideas, Bank of Skills" "Summer Program" "Technology Briefs" "Technical Bulletin" "Travel Directions and Services Directory" "Westinghouse Involvement in Nine Technologies That Make Society Better" "The Westinghouse R&D Center" "Westinghouse Research and Development in Churchill Borough" "Westinghouse Research Laboratories" "Westinghouse Research Laboratories"

1991 undated c1998

1969 1969 1994-1998 1974-1976 undated c1985 1984 1959 1951 1953

Subseries: Divisions Applied Science Division (optical, gas lasers, crystals, system sciences, nucleonics, gas physics, high voltage, power interruption, lamps) Box 173 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16

Acousto-Optic Tunable Filter Applied Mechanics Applied Optics Applied Science Division brochure Corporate Productivity Programs Home Construction Intrusion Detections System Ion Implantation Lamp Research

c1970 1986 1972 c1980 1980 1970 1973 undated c1940

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Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20 Folder 21 Folder 22 Folder 23 Box 174 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4

Lamp Research Laser Beams Laser History "Laser Metalworking" Optical Analyzer Optics Product Transition Laboratory

1981 1969 1988 1987 1989 1940-1972 1968

Protective Organic Coatings R&D/Defense Synergy TFEL Edge-Emitter Array laser printer Video Information Processing

1967 1981 1988 1970

Chemical Science Division (electrotechnology, insulation chemistry, physical and inorganic chemistry, polymers, plastics) 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 Electronics Division (automation, power electronics, equipment design, control, instrumentation) Folder 13 Artificial Intelligence 1986 Folder 14 Electric Discharges 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

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Folder 13 Folder 14

Type U Circuit Breaker Technical Reports Video Information Processing

1925 1970

Energy Systems Division (chemical engineering, mechanics, electrochemical energy systems, heat transfer, fluid dynamics) 1952 Combustion Laboratory Folder 15 undated Energy Program Management Group Folder 16 1978 'Energy R&D for Electric Utilities' presentation Folder 17 undated 'Energy Systems Operation' brochure Folder 18 1973 Fluid Systems Laboratory Folder 19 undated High Temperature Heat Pump Folder 20 1953 Induction Heating Folder 21 Nuclear Engine for Rocket Vehicle Application Folder 22 c1989 (NERVA) 1976 PEPCO Energy Storage System Folder 23 Box 176 1917-1926 Power Department Technical Data Folder 1 1964 Power Forum Presentation Folder 2 c1960 Power Systems brochure Folder 3 1976 Presentation Power Systems Research Folder 4 1977-1980 Solar Cells Folder 5 1981-1989 Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Folder 6 1982 Switching and Power Interruption Folder 7 1959 Thermoelectric engine Folder 8 1961 Thermoelectricity Folder 9 General Sciences Division (testing, evaluation, standards, computer sciences, vacuum physics, biology) 1986 ANACOM (computer) Folder 10 1968 Electric Arcs in Vacuums Folder 11 undated Heat Stress Management Program Folder 12 1982 Human Sciences Center Folder 13 1972 Sociologic Systems Department Folder 14 1914-1965 certificate) Standard Unit Symbols (table and Folder 15 undated Surface Analysis Folder 16 1978-1984 Testing Laboratories Folder 17 Box 177 Geoscience Division Clean Room Folder 1 Coal Mining and Land Reclamation Folder 2 Digital Distribution Analyzer Folder 3 Environmental Systems and Services Folder 4 Georesearch Laboratory Folder 5 Homecology Products Folder 6 Pollution Control Folder 7

c1960 undated 1968 1990 1968-1969 1970-1972 1967-1973

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Folder 8 Folder 9

Refuse Reclamation Plants Water and Waste Treatment

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Materials Science Division (metallurgy, magnetics, ceramics, glass, nuclear) * See also: Products- Nuclear Power (Series 9) 1986 Folder 10 Advanced Power Systems Division highlights Folder 11 1956-1983 articles(about department) 1936-1996 Folder 12 Atom Smasher articles 1985 Folder 13 Atom Smasher IEEE Historical Milestone Folder 14 1948-1976 Atomic Power compilation Directory Division 1949 Power Folder 15 Atomic 1958 Folder 16 Atomic Power projects c1960 Folder 17 Atomic Power Technical Report Manual 1959 Folder 18 Atomic Power at Westinghouse measurements Folder 19 Fusion 1990 Cold 1958 Folder 20 "First in Atomic Power" High Temperature Corporation Gas Folder 21 Reactor Gulf Investigation 1974 Materials Research Center Folder 22 undated Magnetic 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 1973 Nuclear Energy Digest Folder 28 Nuclear Fuel Fabrication undated Folder 29 1984-1985 Nuclear Market Acceptance Box 178 Nuclear Physics correspondence Folder 1 1935 Folder 2 1936 Folder 3 1937 Folder 4 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

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Ocean Research Division 11 Deepstar 2000 12 Gulfview Diving Log 13 Ocean Research Laboratory 14 Shock Mitigating Plastic Foam

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Solid State Division (superconductivity, semiconductors, microelectronics, thin film) c1985 Folder 17 Applied Superconductivity undated Display Research Folder 18 1972 Energy Conversion Research Folder 19 Project 1977 Folder 20 Modernization Semiconductor c1970 Folder 21 Semiconductor pamphlet Box 179 1980-1984 Solid State Division brochures Folder 1 undated Solid State Power Processing Folder 2 1987-1989 Superconductivity Research Folder 3 1972-1973 Superconductor articles (domestic) Folder 4 1972-1973 Superconductor articles (foreign) Folder 5 1983 Trilevel Lithography Folder 6 Series XIV: Speeches(1968-1980) 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 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11

G.L. Wilcox, Westinghouse Policy Course L.M. Stark, Pittsburgh Personnel Association G.L. Wilcox, Management Council Meeting G.L. Wilcox and RE. Spindler, Elmira Customer Service Award G.L. Wilcox, Atomic, Defense, and Marine Management G.L. Wilcox, East Pittsburgh Management Meeting G.L. Wilcox, Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce L.M. Stark, American Public Power Association Workshop G.L. Wilcox, Friends of Scouting S.W. Herwald, Engineering Managers Meeting L.M. Stark,"Communications," Management Groups

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G.L. Wilcox', Westinghouse Policy Course G.L. Wilcox, New York Veteran Employes' Association G.L. Wilcox, Management Council C.H. Weaver, Management Council G.L. Wilcox,PAD Management Meeting G.L. Wilcox, Westinghouse Policy Course G.L. Wilcox,PAD Management Meeting G.L. Wilcox, Management Council D.C. Burnham,"Two Talks," World Affairs Council and School for Environmental Management H.S. Kaltenborn, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Convention G.L. Wilcox, International Teachers' Seminar G.L. Wilcox, Westinghouse Policy Course G.L. Wilcox,Patent Department Meeting G.L. Wilcox, Management Council L.W. Yochum, Management Council J.M. Schiff, Management Council A.L. Bethel and S.W. Herwald, Management Council G.L. Wilcox, Introduction of Governor Shapp G.L. Wilcox, Advanced Degree Program Symposium

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G.L. Wilcox, Defense Management Meeting G.L. Wilcox,"United Fund," Headquarters Directors G.L. Wilcox, dedication of Pittsburgh International Airport G.L. Wilcox,Power Generation Meeting G.L. Wilcox,"Within the Law," Law Department Staff Meeting G.L. Wilcox,"A Sound Policy Restated," Fort Lauderdale Conference H.S. Kaltenborn,"A Matter of Compensation," Fort Lauderdale Conference C.A. Ruch and N.B. Kopta, Overseas Public Relations Agency Conference G.L. Wilcox,"The Challenge Facing Government and Industry," PA Government Officials G.L. Wilcox, Westinghouse Policy Course D.C. Burnham, Testimony before the Joint Economic Committee of Congress G.L. Wilcox,"Westinghouse and the Government

1971

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and Society," Power Systems Management 1972 1972 G.L. Wilcox, Mitsubishi Representatives G.L. Wilcox,"Negotiations," Industrial Relations 1973 and Communications Coordinator 1973 G.L. Wilcox, Buffalo Management Association G.L. Wilcox,"Support for your most important role," Power Systems International 1973 Conference G.L. Wilcox,"Disaster Prevention," Policy 1973 Committee Council G.L. Wilcox,"Negotiations," Division Managers 1973 Meeting G.L. Wilcox,"Operation Trim," Division 1973 Managers Meeting 1973 G.L. Wilcox, Westinghouse Policy Course G.L. Wilcox, Broadcasting, Learning and Leisure 1973 Time- Management Committee D.J. Povejsil,"Personnel Planning for Business Results," Industrial and Employee Relations 1973 Management Meeting D.J. Povejsil,"More Spark for your United Fund 1973 Campaign," R&D Center C.A. Ruch,"United Fund Communications" 1973 R&D Center 1973 D.J. Povejsil, Baltimore Veterans' Association G.L. Wilcox and C.A. Ruch, Salary Administrators 1973 Meeting 1974 G.L. Wilcox, Westinghouse Policy Course D.J. Povejsil, International Brotherhood of 1974 Electrical Workers Conference G.L. Wilcox and D.J. Povejsil, Westinghouse and 1974 the United Way 1974 G.L. Wilcox, Mitsubishi Representatives D.J. Povejsil, Pittsburgh Veteran Employees 1974 Association 1974 Meeting D.J. Povejsil, Manufacturing Managers D.J. Povejsil,"Personnel," Atlantic Region Meeting 1974 1974 D.J. Povejsil, National 4-H Congress Employees Association1975 Veteran Muncie C.A. Ruch, D.J. Povejsil, Retired Employees Association of 1975 Florida R.F. Kennedy, Southwest Equal Employment 1975 Opportunity Conference

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1975 R&D Center D.J. Povejsil,"A Matter ofUps and Downs," 1975 R&D Center. G.E. Moore,"Tools and Time Tables," United Way 1975 C.A. Ruch,"Communications to Win Joiners and 1975 Influence Stay-Ins," R&D Center G.L. Wilcox, United Way Westmoreland County 1975 1975 R.E. Kirby, Commerce Department Briefing R.E. Kirby, Public Utility Buyers' Group Meeting 1976 W.A. Towle, Retired Employees' Association of 1976 Florida C.A. Ruch,"Negotiations," Corporate Communications Meeting 1976 1976 R.E. Kirby, Communications Meeting 1976 J.W. Simpson,"Where is the Morality?" D.J. Povejsil,"The People Aspects of Westinghouse," Student Leader Colloquium 1976 D.J. Povejsil,"The Spirit of'76... Successful Negotiations," R&D Center 1976 Stockholder Meeting 1976 R.E. Kirby, Annual 1976 R.E. Kirby, Cooper Development Association D.J. Povejsil, Minority Vendor Graduation Program 1976 1976 G.L. Wilcox, United Way 1976 E.V. Clark, Jr., Sharon Veteran Employees G.C. Hurlbert, Association of Edison Ilium inating Companies 1976 1976 G.L. Wilcox, United Way C.A. Ruch, Bryant Veteran Employees Association 1976 D.D. Danforth, Financial Analysts Meeting 1976 R.E. Kirby, American University 1976 R.E. Kirby, Westinghouse Communications Conference 1977 R.E. Kirby, Fortune Corporate Communications Seminar 1977 R.E. Kirby, D.D. Danforth, C.H. Hurlbert and T.J. Murrin, Financial Analyst Meeting 1977 D.J. Povejsil, Human Resources Association 1977 C.H. Weaver, Westinghouse Executive Forum VIII 1977 R.E. Kirby, D.D. Danforth, and T.J. Murrin, Security Analysts Meeting 1978 L.W. Yochum, Management Visibility Presentation 1978 N.V. Petrou, Construction Group Business Unit Managers 1978 C.A. Ruch,Power Systems Personnel Relations Managers 1978

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D.L. Trezise, Public Systems Personnel Relations 1978 Managers N.V. Petrou, Human Resources Strategic Planning 1978 Training Program 1978 R.E. Kirby, Southern Governors' Conference N.V. Petrou,"Benjamin Garver Lamme," Baltimore 1978 R&D Symposium N.V. Petrou,"Individual Salary Increase Program," 1978 Human Resources Managers 1978 N.V. Petrou, Veteran Employees' Association T.J. Murrin, Large City School Superintendents' 1978 Conference N.V. Petrou, Baltimore Veteran Employees' 1978 Association N.V. Petrou, Westinghouse Management 1978 Association N.V. Petrou,"Affirmative Action in Employment 1978 and Supply," Purchasing Managers G.C. Hurlbert,"The Anger of Decent Men," Association of Edison Illuminating 1978 Companies R.E. Kirby, President's Commission on Personnel 1978 Interchange N.V. Petrou, Industry Products Company Business 1979 Unit Review Meeting N.V. Petrou,"Wage Standards," Corporate World 1979 Relations Staff Meeting N.V. Petrou,"Performance Share Program," 1979 Executive Group 1979 N.V. Petrou, Retired Employees' Association N.V. Petrou, Personnel Relations Managers Meeting1979 D.D. Danforth,"Productivity Improvement," 1979 Control Equipment Group Headquarters N.V. Petrou, Public Systems Company Personnel 1979 Relations Managers' Meeting 1980 D.L. Trezise, Retired Employees' Association

Series XV: Westinghouse Library (1905-1993) 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.

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Box 183 Advanced strength ofmaterials. by J.P. Den Hartog. McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1952. Airborne radar. by Donald J Povejsil, Robert S. Raven, Peter Waterman. Boston Technical Publishers, Inc., 1965. The Alternating Current Motor and its Application to Reversing Mill Drive. Published by Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Company, 1914. American Institute ofElectrical Engineers: History ofPittsburgh Section. American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 1947. Arc physics, by Max F. Hoyaux. Springer-Verlag, 1968. As Iremember: the autobiography ofStephen P. Timoshenko, by Stephen P. Timoshenko. D. Van Nostrand Company, 1968.(Timoshenko worked at Westinghouse 1923-1927) Battlefronts ofindustry: Westinghouse in World War II, by David 0. Woodbury. John Wiley & Sons, 1948. The Bindingforce, by the Scientists ofthe Westinghouse Research Laboratories. Walker and Company, 1966. (A Westinghouse Search Book) Boiling heat transfer and two-phaseflow, by L.S. Tong. New York, John Wiley, 1965. (A Westinghouse author) Bringing total quality to sales, by Cas Welch and Pete Geissler. ASQC, 1992. (Signed by Cas Welch, a Westinghouse author) Business Week: The Reindustrialization ofAmerica. McGraw-Hill, June 30, 1980. A Century oflight, by James A. Cox. The Benjamin Company, 1979. (Edison work on light.) "Chevron World," Standard Oil Company ofAmerica (Centennial 1879-1979), Winter 1979 issue. A Chronological history ofelectrical developmentfrom 600B.C. National Electrical Manufacturers Association, 1946.

Collecting old radios and crystal sets, by Max Alth. Wallace-Homestead Book Co., 1977. Conductibilite electrique isolants solides et des semi-conducteurs, by A.F. Joffe. Paris, Hermann et Cie. 1934(in French) Actualites Scientifiques et Industrielles 87. Reunion International de Chimie- Physique 1933 VII.

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Conduction ofElectricity in Gases: A Series ofLectures by J. Slepian. East Pittsburgh, Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.(Education Dept), 1933.(Westinghouse author, 2 copies) Connecting induction motors: the practical application ofa designing engineers'experience to the problems ofoperating engineers, armature winders and repair men. Also the presentation to students ofpractical questions arising in winding and connecting alternating current motors, by 3rd edition. McGraw-Hill, 1936. Introduction by B.G. Lamme.(Westinghouse A.M. Dudley. author, signed copy) The cooling ofelectric machines and cable, by Theodore De Koning. Hertogenbosch Holland, Zind-Nederlandsche Drukkerij N.V., 1955

Crystallographic data on metal and alloy structures. Compiled by A. Taylor and Brenda J. Kagle. Dover Publications, 1963. Crystals: perfect and imperfect, by the Scientists of the Westinghouse Research Laboratories. Walker and Company, 1965. (A Westinghouse Search Book) Cyclopedia ofapplied electricity: Part I Current measurements wiring telegraph. American Technical Society, 1905.

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Cyclopedia ofapplied electricity: Part IIDirect Current Dynamos, Machines, and Motors; Storage Batteries. American Technical Society, 1905. Cyclopedia ofapplied electricity: Part III Power stations lighting railways. American Technical Society, 1905 Cyclopedia ofapplied electricity: Part IV Alternating currents power transmission. American Technical Society, 1905. Cyclopedia ofapplied electricity: Part V Telephony index. American Technical Society, 1905 Dampf-Und Gas-Turbinen, by A. Stodola. 5th edition. Berlin, Springer, 1922.(in German) Dampf-Und Gas-Turbinenn, by A. Stodola. 6th edition. Berlin Springer 1924.(in German) Davis, Evan Albert, Published papers ofEvan Albert Davis. Collected on the occasion of his retirement from Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Dec 31, 1969.

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Box 185 Deep-Sea World: The Story ofOceanography, by Charles Coombs. New York: William Morrow and Co., 1966.(Westinghouse Deepstar submersible) Determinations ofatomic weights, by Theodore W.Richards and Hobart Hurd Willard. Published by the Carnegie Institute of Washington, 1910.(Carnegie Institute of Washington Publication No. 125) The Development ofthe Ontario Power Company, by P.N. Nunn. Ontario Power Co., 1905 (AIEE). (Paper presented at 22'1 Annual Convention AIEE Asheville NC, 1905) "Diamond Jubilee of Light," Niagara Mohawk News. Vol. 17, no.5. October 1954.(75t1 anniversary of Edison's invention ofincandescent lamp) Dielectric Materials and their behavior as Insulators A series of Lectures, 1946. Dimensions ofthe successful corporations ofthe 1990's, by Douglas Danforth. Pittsburgh, PA.:Carnegie Mellon University, 1985. (1987 Benjamin F. Fairless Memorial Lecture) Distribution Systems: Electric Utility Engineering Reference Book, by Electric Utility Engineers ofthe Westinghouse Electric Corporation. East Pittsburgh: Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1959. Elasticity and anelasticity ofmetals, by Clarence M. Zener. University of Chicago Press, 1948. (Westinghouse author) "The Electric Century 1874-1974." Electrical World, vol. 181, Number 11 (June 1, 1974) (Electrical World's 100th anniversary edition) Electrical Characteristics of Transmission Circuits, by William Nesbit. Westinghouse Night School Press, 1926. Electrical engineering papers, by Benjamin Lamme. Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing, 1919. (2 copies, one signed by author) Electrical engineering problems, by E.M. Williams and F.J. Young. McGraw-Hill, 1960. (Westinghouse author) The Electrical equipment conspiracies: The treble damage actions, by Charles A Bane. Federal Legal Publications, 1973. Electrical insulation: Its application to shipboard electrical equipment, by Graham Lee Moses. McGraw-Hill, 1951.(Westinghouse author, written in Asian characters- no English.)

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Box 186 The Electrical Manufacturers 1875-1900: a study in competition, entrepreneurship, technical change, and economic growth, by Harold C. Passer. Harvard University Press, 1955. Electrical transmission and distribution reference book, by Central Station Engineers of the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company. 1st ed. East Pittsburgh, PA: Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 1942. Electrical World directory ofelectric utilities. By John E. Slater. McGraw-Hill, 1969. Electrified oil production... an engineering text, by J.K. Howell and E.E. Hogwood. Tulsa, OK: The Petroleum Publishing Co., 1962 The Electromagnetodynamics offluids, by W.F. Hughes and F.J. Young. John Wiley & Sons, 1966. (Westinghouse author, signed copy) Electrons on the move, by the Scientists of the Westinghouse Research Laboratories. Walker and Company, 1964. (A Westinghouse Search Book) Electronics at work: The Theory and Application ofElectronics (Part I), Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., 1943. Energy does matter, by The Scientists of the Westinghouse Research Laboratories. Walker and Company, 1964. (A Westinghouse Search Book) Engineering problems, by Westinghouse Engineers. Edited E.B. Roberts. Westinghouse Technical Night School Press, 1930. Factory Testing ofElectrical Apparatus. Published by Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., 1928. Factory Testing ofElectrical Apparatus, 2nd Ed. Published by Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., 1942. Fischer, Edward G., Selected papers ofEdward G. Fischer published on the occasion of his retirement from the Westinghouse Electric Corporation Research and Development Center, Pittsburgh Pa., March 1982. Fritz, John., The John Fritz Medal: Medalists 1902-1947. Biographies of medallists 1948-1972. (private publication) From immigrant to inventor, by Michael Pupin. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1926. (M. Pupin was president of AIEE)

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Geometric programming, by Richard J. Duffin, Elmore L. Peterson, Clarence M.Zener. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1967.(Westinghouse author)

Box 187 Gulbransen Earl A., Collected papers, Vol. I, II, and III. Westinghouse Electric Corp., 1974. Henry Ford Museum, by Henry Ford Museum Staff. New York: Crown Publishers, 1972. Historic Hydro-Electric Developments at Niagara Falls: An Address by Edward Dean Adams. New York, 1926. History ofstrength ofmaterials: with a briefaccount ofthe history oftheory ofelasticity and theory ofstructures, by Stephen P. Timoshenko. McGraw-Hill, 1953.(Westinghouse author) History ofelectric light, by Henry Schroeder. Smithsonian Institution, 1923. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections vol 76, no 2. (Publication 2717) How to Meld 29 Metals, by Charles H. Jennings. Pittsburgh: Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., 1937. The Induction motor and other alternating current motors: their theory and principles ofdesign, by B.A. Behrend. McGraw-Hill, 1921. (signed copy) Induction motor practice: a designing engineer brings his experience to operating men and students in the solution ofpractical problems involving induction motor characteristics, by A.M. Dudley. lst ed. McGraw-Hill, 1928. (Westinghouse author) Industrial Electronics: A Laboratory Manualfor Education Institutions. Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., 1945.

Box 188 Industrial robots: volume IFundamentals, ed. William R. Tanner. Society of Manufacturing Engineers, 1979. Industrial robots: volume II Applications, ed. William Tanner. Society of Manufacturing Engineers, 1979. Industrial stroboscopy, by Gilbert Kivenson. Hayden Book Company, 1965.(Westinghouse author)

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The Internal combustion engine: Volume I Slow-speed engines, by Harry R. Ricardo. Blackie & Son Limited, 1922. The Internal combustion engine: Volume II High-speed engines, by Harry R. Ricardo. Blackie Son Limited, 1927. International Control of Atomic Energy, First Report ofthe United Nations: Atomic Energy Council to the Security Council, December 31, 1946. Washington, D.C.: United States Print Office. International Control of Atomic Energy, Growth ofa Policy: Informal Summary Record ofthe Official Declarations and Proposals Relating to the International Control ofAtomic Energy Made between August 6 and October 15, 1946. Washington, D.C.: United States Print Office. International Control of Atomic Energy, Scientific Information Transmitted to the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission, June 14 to October 14, 1946. Washington, D.C.: United States Print Office. International Electrical Congress, Chicago, August, 1983. Proceedings. American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 1984. Kaufman, Howard N., Selected papers ofHoward N.Kaufman collected on the occasion of his retirement from Westinghouse Electric Corporation, February 1986. Lamme,Benjamin Garver, Benjamin Garver Lamme: electrical engineer, an autobiography. New York: Putman and Sons, 1926. Leven, Milton M.,Selected papers ofMilton M Leven published on the occasion of his retirement from Westinghouse Electric Corporation Research Laboratories, Pittsburgh, Pa, June 24, 1976. Lighting a Revolution: The beginning ofelectric power, by Bernard S. Finn. National Museum of History and Technology, 1979. (Title page: Edison: lighting revolution, the beginning of electric power) Lightning, by Martin A. Uman. McGraw-Hill, 1969. (Westinghouse author) Magic dials: The story ofradio and television, by Lowell Thomas. Polygraphic Company of America, 1939.(Westinghouse Science Lending Library book) The Making ofa profession: a century ofelectrical engineering in America, by A. Michael McMahon. New York, IEEE Press, 1984. Managing product cost improvement. Prepared by Headquarters Manufacturing, January, 1961. Pittsburgh, PA: Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1961.

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Manjoine, Michael J., Selected papers ofMichael J Manjoine Published on the occasion of his retirement from the Westinghouse Electric Corporation Research and Development Center, Pittsburgh Pa, April 26, 1984. Math and aftermath, by the Scientists of the Westinghouse Research Laboratories. New York: Walker and Company, 1965. (Westinghouse Search book) Mechanical springs, 2nd ed, by A.M. Wahl. McGraw-Hill, 1963. (Westinghouse author) th Mechanical vibrations, by J.P. Den Hartog. 4 ed. McGraw-Hill, 1956. (Westinghouse author) Based on course at Westinghouse design 1926-1932. Mechanics, by J.P. Den Hartog. Dover Publications, 1948. Men ofscience: Fifteen stories ofscientific advances and the men who helped make them. Pittsburgh, PA: Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1946. (Publication of Westinghouse School Service)

Box 189 Mitsubishi Electric Corporation: History ofMitsubishi Electric—The 60th Anniversary ofIts Foundation. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation,1982.(Asian characters) (Gift to G.F. Mechlin from N. Katayama President of Mitsubishi) Modele Matematyczne A RzeczyWistosc. Warsaw: Pafistwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe, 1969. (in Polish, translation of Math and Aftermath) National Historic Mechanical Engineering Landmarks, by Richard S. Hartenberg. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1979. (Sponsored by the History and Heritage committee) Nauka 0Nauce metody objasniania zjawiskfizycznych. Warsaw: Patistwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe, 1968.(in Polish, translation ofScience ofscience: Methods ofinterpreting physical phenomena) Niagara Power: History ofthe Niagara Falls Power Company 1886-1918, evolution ofits central power station and alternating current system, by Edward Deans Adams. New York: Bartlett Orr Press, 1927.(Vol. I "History and Power Projects", Vol. II- "Construction and Operation.") Non-stoichiometric compound, ed. Lyon Mandelcorn. Academic Press, 1964. (Westinghouse editor) Optical physics, by Max Garbuny. Academic Press, 1965.(Westinghouse author)

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Perspectives on radio and television, telecommunication in the United States. F. Smith. New York: Harper & Row, 1990.

3rd ed.

By Leslie

Peterson, Rudolph, Selected papers ofRudolph Peterson collected on the occasion of his retirement from Westinghouse Electric Corporation Research Laboratories November 22, 1966. Photocells and their Application, by V.K. Zworykin and E.D. Wilson. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1930. Photoelasticity: The selected scientific papers ofMM Frocht, ed. M.M. Leven. New York: Pergamon Press, 1969. (Westinghouse editor) Plasticity: A mechanics ofthe plastic state ofmatter, by A. Nadai. McGraw-Hill, 1931. (Westinghouse author) Power: The magazine ofpower generation and plant energy systems, A century ofpower progress. 100th Anniversary Issue, 1882-1982. McGraw-Hill, 1982. Power capacitors. 131 ed, by R.E. Marbury. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1949. (Westinghouse author) Principles and practices ofnetwork radio broadcasting: testimony of David Sarnoff, before the Federal Communication Commission, Washington, D.C., Nov 1938. RCA Institute Technical Press, 1939. Principles ofbusiness writing, by T.H. Bailey Whipple. Pittsburgh: Westinghouse Technical Night School Press, 1924. The Problem solvers: people who turned problems into product, by Nathan Aaseng. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications Company, 1989. (Juvenile literature) Productivity improvement, by Donald C. Burnham. Columbia University Press, 1973. (Westinghouse Chairman)(1972 Benjamin F. Fairless Memorial Lecture) Properties and Testing ofMagnetic Materials, by Thomas Spooner. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1927. (Westinghouse author)

Box 190 RCA:five historical views. RCA Corp, 1938-1971.(A collection offive articles) Recent advances in optimization techniques, eds. Abraham Lavi and Thomas P. Vogl. John Wiley & Sons, 1966. (Westinghouse editor)(Proceedings of a symposium in Pittsburgh, 1965)

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Relay handbook. 1st ed. Prepared by National Electric Light Association. New York: National Light Association, 1926. Residential Lighting, by Myrtle Fahsbender. New York: D. Van Nostrand, 1947.(Westinghouse author) Rewinding Small Motors: Practical details ofrepair shop practices with step-by-step procedure for rewinding all types and designs offractional horsepower direct and alternation current motors, by Daniel H. Braymer and A.C. Roe. McGraw-Hill Book Company,Inc., 1925. The Rise ofthe electrical industry during the nineteenth century, by Malcolm MacLaren. Princeton University Press, 1943. Risk and technological innovation: American manufacturing methods during the nineteenth century, by Paul Strassmann. Ithaca, Cornell University Press, 1956. Robotics: the marriage ofcomputers and machines, by Ellen Thro. New York, Facts on File, 1993. Saturday science, by the Scientists at the Westinghouse Research Laboratories. E.P. Dutton, 1960. (Westinghouse Search book) Science and Life in the World, by the Westinghouse Educational Foundation for the George Westinghouse Centennial Forum. New York: Whittlesey House, 1946. Volume I: Science and Civilization • The Future of Atomic Engergy Volume II: Transportation- A measure of civilization • Light, Life, and Man Volume III: A Challenge to the World Science by degrees: temperaturesfrom zero to zero, by Scientists ofthe Westinghouse Research Laboratories. Walker and Company, 1965. (Westinghouse Search book) The Science ofscience: methods ofinterpreting physicalphenomena, by the Scientists of the Westinghouse Research Laboratories. Walker and Company, 1965.(Westinghouse Search book) Seeking andfinding science talent: A 50 year history ofthe Westinghouse Science Talent Search, by Tom K. Phares. Westinghouse Electric Corporation ,1990. Semi-Conductor Power Switches: a bibliography, compiled by E.J. Duckett. Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1961 Siedem Stanow Materii. Warsaw: Patistwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe, 1970. (Translation of Seven States ofMatter, a Westinghouse Search book) Standards ofthe Electric Power Club: Electric Power Apparatus, 15th ed. Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 1923.

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Stanley, William, Technical papers and other articles 1887-1908. Westinghouse Electric Corp, 1957. Statistical theory ofsignal detection, 2'ed., by Carl Helstrom. Pergamon, 1968.(Westinghouse author)

Box 191 Strength ofMaterials, by J.P. Den Hartog. New Jersey: Dover Publications, 1949. Strength ofmaterials: Part I- Elementary theory and problems, by S. Timoshenko. 3'd ed. Princeton, N.J.: D. Van Nostrand, 1955. Strength ofmaterials: Part II- Advanced theory and problems, by S. Timoshenko. 3rd ed. Princeton, N.J.: D. Van Nostrand, 1958. Stress concentrations design factors: Charts and relations useful in making strength calculations for machine parts and structural elements, by R.E. Peterson. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1953 (Westinghouse author) Structure Reportsfor 1958, vol. 22, W.B. Pearson, ed. N.V.A. Oosthoek's Uitgevers Mij Utrecht, 1968. (signed by A. Taylor section editor and Westinghouse author) Submarine geography offSouthern California, by Harold Palmer. Lorrin L. Morrison, 1970. (Westinghouse author) Symmetrical components as applied to the analysis of unbalanced electrical circuits, 1st ed., by C.F. Wagner and R.D. Evans. McGraw-Hill, 1933. (Westinghouse authors) Taylor, Abraham. Collected publications presented in submission for the degree ofDoctor of Science in the Victoria University ofManchester, 1966. (signed, Westinghouse author) Television in diagnostic radiology. Compiled by Robert D. Moseley, Jr. and John H. Rust. Birmingham, A.L.:Aesculapius Publishing, 1969. Tesla, Nikola: Complete patents, Vols. 1-II. Compiled by John T Ratzlaff. Tesla Book Co, 1979. The Tesla Journal: An International Review ofthe Sciences and Humanities. Nos. 2-5. Published in 1982-1987. Theory ofelastic stability, 2nd ed., by Stephen P. Timoshenko and James M. Gere. McGraw-Hill, 1961.(Westinghouse author) Theory ofelasticity, Ist ed., by S. Timoshenko. McGraw-Hill, 1934.(Westinghouse author)

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Box 192 Theory ofelasticity, 3rd ed., by S.P. Timoshenko and J.N. Goodier. McGraw-Hill, 1970. (Westinghouse author) Theory °Blow andfracture ofsolids, by A. Nadai. McGraw-Hill, 1950. (Westinghouse author) Theory ofplates and shells, 2nd ed., by S. Timoshenko. McGraw-Hill, 1959.(Westinghouse author) Theory ofstructures, 2nd ed., by S.P. Timoshenko and D.H. Young. McGraw-Hill, 1965. (Westinghouse author) Thermoelectricity: science and engineering, by Robert R. Heikes and Roland W. Ure, Jr. New York: Interscience Publishers, 1961. (Westinghouse authors) Thyristor phase-controlled converters and cycloconverters, by B.R. Pelly. Wiley-Interscience, 1971. (Westinghouse author) Transformersfor the electric power industry, by Richard L. Bean, Nicholas Chackan, Harold R. Moore and Edward C. Wentz. McGraw-Hill, 1959. (All Westinghouse authors) Understanding the Atom. A series of books by the United States Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information: Oak Ridge, TN. Atomic power safety(1964) Atoms, nature, and man, man-made radioactivity in the environment(1968) The First Reactor(1967) Nuclear Power Plants(1969) Nuclear Reactors(1969) Our Atomic World: the story ofatomic energy(1969) Understanding lightning, by Martin A. Uman. Carnegie, PA: Bek Technical Publications, 1971. (signed, Westinghouse author) Velocity ofLight: Experimental determination ofthe velocity oflight, by Albert A. Michelson. Handwritten copy- no publishing information available.(Book is exact copy of Michelson's handwritten report of his proceedings and findings ofthe experiments he conducted at Annapolis Naval Academy, 1878.) Vibration problems in engineering, 3rd ed., by S. Timoshenko. D. Van Nostrand, 1955. (Westinghouse author) Wahl, Arthur M., Selected papers of Arthur A. Wahl, published on the occasion of his retirement from the Westinghouse Electric Corporation, November 22, 1966. Pittsburgh, Westinghouse Research Laboratories.

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Westinghouse Centennial 1886-1986: Baltimore Divisions and Contracts Management- A History, by Lee D. Barron, Jr. Barrons Ltd, 1985. Westinghouse Code, 1st ed., revised. East Pittsburgh: Westinghouse Department ofPublicity, 1911.(Code for telegraph and telegram messages.) Westinghouse Defense: Facilities and Personnel. Baltimore: Westinghouse Electric Corp., 1984. Westinghouse Engineer, Centennial edition (July 1986) Westinghouse, George, George Westinghouse: his life and achievements, 1846-1914. Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1946. Westinghouse, George, George Westinghouse: scenesfrom a great life, from the George Westinghouse Centennial 1846-1946. Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1946. Westinghouse, George, George Westinghouse Commemoration: aforum presenting the career and achievements of George Westinghouse on the 90th anniversary ofhis birth. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1937.

Box 193 Westinghouse Library Biography/Bibliography files. Compiled by the library staff, 1961. Westinghouse Organization and Products: 11th ed. Published by the Education Department of Westinghouse, 1980. Westinghouse Organization and Products: 10th ed. Published by the Education Department of Westinghouse, 1977. Westinghouse Organization and Products:0ed. Published by the Education Department of Westinghouse, 1974. Westinghouse Organization and Products: 8" ed. Published by the Education Department of Westinghouse, 1970. Westinghouse Organization and Products. Published by the Education Department of Westinghouse, 1967. Westinghouse people make it happen at Large and Waltz Mill. Prepared by Large and Waltz Mill Westinghouse Centennial History Committee, 1986. Published for Westinghouse Centennial 1986.

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White collar or noose? The occupation ofmillions, by Leo F. Bollens. New York: North River Press, 1947. (signed, author was President of Westinghouse Independent Salaried Unions) Wiazania Chemiczne. Warsaw: Panstwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe, 1970.(in Polish, translation of The bindingforce, by D Berg et. al.) (A Westinghouse Search book) Winding alternating-current machines: a bookfor winders, repairmen, and designers ofelectric machines, by Michael Liwschitz-Garik. Datarule Publishing Company, 1950. World energy and the oceans, by William E. Shoupp. MIT Sea Grants Program, 1973. (2" Annual Sea Grant Lecture, MIT Oct, 1973.) X-ray metallography: an introduction, by A Taylor. London: Chapman & Hall, 1952.(signed, Westinghouse author) X-Ray metallography, by A. Taylor. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1961. (Westinghouse author)

Series XV: World War!!(1941-1995) This series is housed in 10 boxes and separated into two sub-series. The Topical subseries 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 stored in oversize drawers. 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.

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Requirements, and maintenance) Employee Memorial Certificate and Letter Health for Victory Club Articles Canning and Nutrition Guides Meal Planning Guides Meal Planning Guides "More Kilowatt Hours for Victory" National Defense Research Committee Report "Or We Shall Die" Pledge Pamphlets Plant Protection Manual Plastic Helmet Liner Production Report Postwar Residential Market Production Awards Production Information Post-War Employment Statement Quotes for Press Rosie the Riveter(Rose Will Monroe) Tank Gun Stabilizer Articles Westinghouse Magazine (extra copies. See Publications series- Series 10- for more.)

Subseries: Reports Accounting and Treasury Vol. 1 Folder 9 Vol. 2 Folder 10 Box 196 Vol.3 Folder 1 Vol. 4 Folder 2 Box 197 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Box 198 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Box 199 Folder 1

Vol. 5 Appliance Division, Mansfield OH Vol. 1 Vol. 2 Vol. 3 Vol. 4 Aviation Gas Turbine Division Bryant Electric Co., Bridgeport, CT Central Engineering and Service Division District Engineering and Service Dept. Vol. 1, c.1

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Vol. 1,c.2 Vol. 2, c.1 Vol. 2, c.2 Vol. 2, c.3 District Manufacturing and Repair Dept. Vol. 1, c.1 Vol. 1, c.2 Vol. 2 East Pittsburgh Divisions Vol. 4 Eastern District Sales Dept. Eastern Engineering and Service Division Elevator Division, Jersey City, NJ Vol. 1 Vol. 2 Engineering Laboratories and Standards Dept. Factory Service Division Gearing Division Headquarters Manufacturing Division Headquarters, Purchases and Traffic Dept. Industrial Relations Industry Sales International Company Lamp Division Volume 1 Volume 2 Law and Patent Dept. Lighting Division Marine Propulsion Equipment, vol. 5 Merchandising Division, East Springfield, MA Volume 1 Volume 2 Volume 3 Volume 4 Merchant Marine Division Central Methods Engineering Dept.

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Heavy Manufacturing Industrial Relations Volume 1 Industrial Relations Volume 2 Industrial Relations Volume 3 Light Manufacturing Order Service Dept. Production Purchasing Purchasing, c.2 Quality Control Service Dept. Works Engineering Dept. Meter Division Volume 1 Volume 2 Exhibit 2 Motor Division Volume 1 Volume 2 Volume 3 Naval Ordinance Division Canton, OH Center Line, MI Naval Ordinance Plant Louisville, KY,copy 1 Louisville, KY,copy 2 Printing Division Public Relations Radio and X-Ray Divisions Book 1 Volume 1 Volume 2 Volume 3 Research Laboratories Volume 1 Volume 2 Small Motor Division

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Folder 4 Box 218 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Box 219 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Box 220 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Box 221 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Box 222 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4

South Philadelphia Works Volume 1 Volume 2 Volume 3 Volume 4 Volume 1-4 Switchgear and Control Division Volume 1, copy 1 Volume 1, copy 2 Volume 2 Transformer Division Volume 1 Volume 2 Volume 3 Transportation and Generator Division Volume 1 Volume 2, copy 1 Volume 2, copy 2 War Production Progress Reports Volume 1 (1940-1942) Volume 2(1942-1943) Washington D.C. Office Westinghouse Electric Supply Co.(WESCO) Westinghouse Radio Stations Miscellaneous Divisions

Addendum 1: Separations to HSWP Library Books: The ABC ofthe Electric Car (c.2) Application and Equipment ofthe Safety Car (c.2) Benjamin Garver Lamme: A Tribute (Ohio State University Monthly, October 1924) My Best Cartoons of1946 by Cy Hungerford, reprinted from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The Cleveland Railway (c.2) The Development ofthe Electric Locomotive (c.2) Early Electrical Machines by Bern Dibner(Norwalk, CT: Bumdy Library, 1957)

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Electric Locomotives by David Leonard Barnes. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1896. Electric Railway Transportation by Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. East Pittsburgh: Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., 1922. Electricity as an Aid to Agriculture by Guy E. Tripp. New York: Nickerbocker Press, 1926. Electricity in Heavy Railway Service by Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. East Pittsburg: Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., 1904. George Westinghouse Museum Cookbook, 1990 A History ofthe Development ofthe Single-Phase System (c.2) Home Wiring Handbook (Pittsburgh: Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., 1945) Loetzer's Handbook ofPractical Rules and Tablesfor Machinists and Engineers (Sayre, PA: C.E. Loetzer, 1913) New York World's Fair 1939 Incorporated: Board ofDirectors Minutes (vol.1- Jan. to Mar. 1939) Railroad Electrification by Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. East Pittsburgh: Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., 1914 Railroad Electrification and the Electric Locomotive (New York: Simmons-Boardman Publishing Co., 1923) Report by the Supreme Commander to the Combined Chiefs ofStaffon the Operations in Europe ofthe Allied Expeditionary Force: 6 June 1944 to 8 May 1945 (Washington, D.C.: United States Government, 1945) Review ofElectric Railway Problems by Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. East Pittsburgh: Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., 1921. Results ofElectrification by Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. East Pittsburgh: Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., 1915. The Single-Phase Railway System (c.2) The Story ofElectricity (vol. 1)(New York: The Story of Electricity Company, 1919) Train Operationfor City, Suburban, and Interurban Service by Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. East Pittsburgh: Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., 1914. Transportation Hints by Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. East Pittsburgh: Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., 1924.

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Voila [cookbook](National Association of Electrical Distributors Educational Foundation, 1979) The Westinghouse Companies in the Railway and Industrial Fields (c.2) The Westinghouse Electric Company, by the Westinghouse Electric Company, 1888(4) The Westinghouse Electric Company, by the Westinghouse Electric Company, 1889(1) Westinghouse Electrification Data (c.2) Westinghouse Engineer: Mid-Century Review and Forecast(Chicago: Lakeside Press, 1950) Westinghouse Strike of1955-1956 by Sam Hoenstine (unpublished paper, Fall 1984) Westinghouse Views (Pittsburgh: Westinghouse Group?, 1906) Wilmerding: Silver Anniversary booklet(August 22- 28, 1915) Women Electrical Workers at Westinghouse Electric Corporation's East Pittsburgh Plant, 19071945 by Linda Nyden(M.A. thesis, University ofPittsburgh, 1975) Works of Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company: Their Industrial and Sociological Aspect(Pittsburgh?: Westinghouse E&M Co., 1904) Your Westinghouse Refrigerator: Its Care and Use (Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1947)

Journals: The Electric Journal(Vol. XXVII- Vol. XXXIV bound, 1930-1937 except 1934) plus index 1904-1938 The Electrical World (Vol. XLV- Vol. L, 1905-1907) The Oscillator (1988-1991) Westinghouse SURE newsletter (1996-1997)

Addendum II: Westinghouse educational programs EXTENSION COURSES The Westinghouse East-Pittsburgh works was a large manufacturing complex. In order to keep the work force up to date on current manufacturing technology, Westinghouse ran "extension courses". The topics changed over the years as technology changed. Whereas in the early 1940s there were courses for Blacksmith and Bricklayer, by 1960 the courses were for Machinist, Machine Tool Operator, Tool Maker,Printer, Electrical Tester, Welder, Pattern Maker, etc. Each ofthe students was given a grade after the course, and this information was

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meticulously logged. Some ofthe grade books are in the archives. These courses were used from approximately 1936-1978. CASINO/WESTINGHOUSE TECHNICAL NIGHT SCHOOL The Casino Technical Night School was started in 1902 by the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company(WEMCO),the Westinghouse Air Brake Company(WABCO), and the Westinghouse Machine Company(WMC)to provide technical and vocational training for their employees. The school was named after the restaurant building in which it first held classes. Women were admitted in 1910. It eventually became a formal educational institute run by WEMCO,and in 1920 changed its name to the Westinghouse Technical Night School (WTNS)(although there were always students from many other companies). Classes were held at Turtle Creek High School from 1906 until the school closed. Courses were taught by both senior Westinghouse employees and outside educators. Programs covered engineering fundamentals, accounting, tool design, office machines, etc. The WTNS was in existence until 1973 when the rise of community colleges began to address the same need.

WESTINGHOUSE GRADUATE STUDENT PROGRAM The Westinghouse Graduate Student Program (GSP) was established specifically for the purpose of hiring new college graduates in an organized fashion to meet the needs of the entire company. A central corporate department hired the graduates into the GSP, conducted general company orientation programs and technical seminars for the new hires, and then attempted to match the new hires with compatible jobs by allowing the new hires to go on a series of temporary work assignments throughout the company.

WESTINGHOUSE TECHNICAL NIGHT SCHOOL (1902-1973) In 1902, two senior representatives from each of the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, the Westinghouse Air Brake Company, and the Westinghouse Machine Company met to discuss" ...operating an eating house, a place of amusement and a night school" for the benefit of their employees. Because their first meeting was held in the Casino Restaurant building, they became known as the Casino Committee. The purpose of the school they formed, which was called the Casino Technical Night School, was to provide vocational and technical training for their employees, allowing them to assume jobs with greater responsibility. The first class was held in September 1902, with 20 students. By the middle of 1903, the Casino Technical Night School had 115 students, with classes 2 nights per week for 2 hours per night. By 1904, the school was holding courses every night and had moved into a school building in Turtle Creek. With 233 students, the school then moved into the Turtle Creek High School building in 1906 and had its first graduating class. It remained at the Turtle Creek High School until it closed in 1973. The first courses offered were part of a 3-year program in engineering. This program was later expanded to a 4-year program. A Preparatory Department was added in 1904, offering a 1year program to help students meet the requirements, especially in math, of the Engineering

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Department. From 1904 to the mid-1930s, a Foreign Department was added to teach English to immigrants. In 1922, an Accounting Department was formed with a 2-year program which eventually grew to a 4-year program. The school soon had its own student publication, The Casino Tech Bulletin (which later became The Tech Owl). There were also basketball teams for men and women, an orchestra, and an active Alumni Association. By 1920, a Board of Directors consisting of senior managers of the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company ran the school, and the name was officially changed to the Westinghouse Technical Night School to better reflect its true structure. Two years later, the Westinghouse Air Brake Company,the Union Switch and Signal Company, and Mine Safety Appliances signed cooperative agreements with the school allowing their employees to attend. The part-time faculty consisted of senior employees of Westinghouse and outside educators. Although a Women's Department was formed in 1910(with courses in stenography, music, and home economics), women also attended courses in other departments. The first woman graduated from the Accounting Department in 1927 and the Engineering Department graduated its first woman in 1930. The Women's Department became the Commercial Department in 1933, adding courses in secretarial skills and office machines. By 1953, the school not only had students from the above-mentioned companies, but also from companies such as U.S. Steel and Duquesne Light, along with a few unemployed high school graduates. The Westinghouse Technical Night School closed in 1973, with the rise of community colleges and neighborhood branches of local universities. During its life, it had well over 20,000 students in its varied programs, with more than 2,700 receiving "degrees" from its 3 and 4-year technical programs. THE WESTINGHOUSE GRADUATE STUDENT TRAINING PROGRAM Hiring at Westinghouse Electric Corporation was done through a centralized corporate function. At various times this group was called the Education Department, the Graduate Education Department, the Education & Development Department, etc. Hereinafter it will be referred to as the Education Dept. Each year the Education Dept. would survey the various departments and divisions in the corporation to determine their need for new employees. For certain openings, the Education Dept. would schedule interviews on college campuses, evaluate the candidates, and make the final job offers. For other jobs, the Department also coordinated the hiring of experienced personnel for "direct placement." Anyone who had more than 1 year of working experience, who had a Ph.D., or who was needed to fulfill a unique job requirement was hired through Direct Placement. In this case, the new hire went directly to a specific job, and was immediately on the payroll of that department or organization. More common was an offer to join Westinghouse on the Graduate Student Training (GST)program. This program was limited to recent college graduates and enabled Westinghouse to hire new employees for undefined positions until they found a job that corresponded to both their skills and their expectations. Admittance to this program therefore ensured recent college graduates a job at Westinghouse Electric once the training program was completed. The Westinghouse Education Center, located on Brinton Road in Wilkinsburg, PA, was opened in 1950, and became the hub for this activity from that time forward.

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The first step in the GST program was a one-week orientation at the Education Center. During the peak years of hiring there could be as many as 100 new graduates starting during a given week and attending this seminar together. As part of this orientation, all "graduate students", as they were called, were given a copy of a "Westinghouse Organization and Products" book, which contained an overview of the entire corporate structure and all the products and services offered by Westinghouse. This book also included a future outlook for each product/service and a description of opportunities for new hires in each of the divisions. This book was a useful reference as the graduate students started their temporary assignments at different locations. The book was updated approximately every 3 years. By comparing the organization charts in the books, and noting the divisions added or dropped, one can get a sense of the many changes in Westinghouse over the years. After the initial one-week orientation, the graduate students were sent out on temporary work assignments (lasting approximately 5 weeks)to the parts of the company that had previously indicated a need for new employees. The graduate students were categorized by function (engineering, manufacturing, marketing, finance, management systems, industrial relations, purchasing), with assignments chosen to match their general field of expertise. At the end of each assignment, if the manager ofthe group or department thought that the graduate student was a match to the group's needs, a permanent job offer would be made. However, the graduate student was under no obligation to accept the offer, and could turn it down in favor of another temporary assignment. Sometimes, a deal could be made where a job offer would be held open while the student completed another assignment. The Education Dept. staff recommended that the graduate students not accept a permanent job after their first assignment because it did not give them an opportunity to really understand all the opportunities that were available. While the average stay on the GST program before accepting a permanent position within the Corporation was probably 3 assignments/5 months, some people lasted on the program for a year. The Education Dept. also ran several 1 and 2-week seminars on specific subjects (engineering, marketing, etc.) for all graduate students in that functional area. These seminars were also held at the Education Center, and were open to people still on the program in addition to those that had accepted a permanent position in the last year. The Education Department Annual Reports from 1945-1961 show the following history of hiring at Westinghouse: Year 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955

Graduate Student Program 91 567 271 618 279 347 715 486 458 420 476

Direct Placement 13 19 28 81 78 100 337 246 238 208 124

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1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961

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785 802 396 423 431 418

970 948 413 488 497 507

**limited by WWII military enrollment

Addendum III: Westinghouse Order of Merit Award Essays Aberle, Earl J 1975 Abrams, Bob 1975 Alberico, Frank L. 1978 Andrews, H. N. 1978 Armstrong, D. John Bakos, Frank R. 1977 Baldwin, Clarence H. 1978 Bales, Walter H. 1980 Beck Jr., George 1975 Belsky, Philmore 1980 Bergstrom, Arnold B 1979 Black, Harold C. 1980 Blackmon, John N. 1980 Braun, Herman J. 1978 Brecher, Seymour 1980 Breitinger, Bob 1975 Bremner, Lawrence M 1980 Bryant, H. Harold 1980 Buntemeyer, Werner 1979 Byron, Ruth H. 1989 Caldwell,? 1979 Campbell, Barbara Chase, A. B. 1975 Cherry, S. John 1976 Clark, Gary M. 1994 Collier, Alan R. 1977 Costello, Thomas P. 1989 Crehan, Earl B. 1979 Dakin, Thomas W. 1978 Davenport, William S 1977 Davis, Alan C. 1977 Davis, Charles L. 1991 Dearing Martha El 1977

DelCoro, Rafael R. 1989 delValle, Angel L. 1989 Doering, 1978 Dubow,Philip Eagan, Robert 0. 1976 Engel, Joseph C. Dr. 1993 1970 Fax, David H. Field, J. E. 1980 Fittkau, Carl 1975 Foster, Newton C. 1977 Frederickson, Ralph 1977 Fuller Jr., Thomas 1978 Furfari, F. A. 1979 Gabriel Jr., Julius M 1978 Gallagher, James P. 1978 Galper, Milton 1977 Gaskins, Richard C. 1994 Goehring Reese P. 1993 Died 1980 Goff, James R. Goldberg, Ivan 1991 Gregory, Edward P. 1977 Groves, Jack 1990 Gyugyi, Laszlo 1992 Haest, Martin J. 1980 Hantho, Olive R. 1978 Hart, Ronald E. 1977 Heggs, Eddie V. 1978 Hennigan Kenneth W. 1989 Herrick, Ruth C. 1989 Hofmann, Robert L. 1977

Holmgren, John D.Dr. 1977 1977 Hottinga, Jan Hulm, Dr. John K. 1977 Humphrevelle, Thomas N. 1977 1981 Jackson Hagan L. Jacobson, Raymond 1975 1979 Johnson, Max T. Johnson, Sigvold 0. 1977 1993 Kahler, Robert D. 1991 Kennedy, W. R. 1993 Keogh, Thomas J. 1990 Kirk, George J. 1989 Koste, Byron R. 1977 Kruzic, Z. John 1977 Kuln, Frank G. 1979 Leblang Joseph J. 1977 Lego, Paul E. 1991 Leonard, Vaile 1977 Lever, Lewis 1978 Love, Roy M. Mahon, Stephen W. 1990 1977 Marous, John C. Martin, Kenneth R. 1977 Matthews, John J. 1976 Metzler, Guy B. 1977 Miller, Wilfred D. 1977 Mooney, Jr., David H.1980 Morrison, Paul E. 1977 Mrenna, Steve 1985 Murphy, Jr., A. J. 1976 Murphy, William J. 1978 Murray, Harry F. 1977

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1989 Murray, Dr. Peter 1977 Myers, Earl Harry 1990 Nagel, Russell 1977 Nelkin, Arthur 1979 Obley, Ross P. Onjanow, Nikolaus 1976 1978 Paine, Charles D. 1976 Pan, Dr. Paul 1980 Pastor, C. E. 1977 Petrarca, John A. 1992 Pfaff, Carlos 1979 Porter, Dwight J. 1977 L. W, Pridgen, Putman, Dr. Thom.H. 1978 1991 Roybal, David D. 1989 Rufer, Loretta 1979 T. William Rush,

Russell, Robert Wood 1980 Salvatori, Romamo 1990 Sampsell, Albert E. 1976 Scannell, Raymond F.1976 Schibler, Martin E. 1978 Schilling, James E. 1980 Schoonhoven, E. D. 1980 1980 Scorgie, D. G. 1977 Shiring, Paul 1979 Shott, Harold S. 1990 Smith, Donald L.. Somers, Dr. Ed. V. 1977 Spindler, Francis E. 1977 1980 Stark, Douglas D. Steffenhagen, J. L. 1980 1979 Sujan, Shyam G. Sun, Dr. Kuan-Han 1979

Tedesco, Lynn Ann Thompson, Francis Thompson, Ray F. Thompson, Dr. Wm. Tillemans, Francis T. Tranchon, Robert C. Turner, G. C. Vasilakis, Mary Velez, Jose Walczak, Donald A. Wareham, Richard J. Wearn, James P Weems, C. M. Woodruff, Owen J. Woods, Wilbur C. Woodson, Nathaniel Wright, F. Leo

1991 1976 1978 1978 1976 1989 1977 1977 1977 1977 1976 1976 1977 1979 1990 1977

Addendum IV: WABCO Employee cards Name Bevil, Alice Elizabeth Bevil, Daniel P. Bevil, Elizabeth Bevil, John J. Bevil, Marie T. Bevil, Mary Bevil, Robert Bevil, Robert P. Name Bevil, William J. Higby, Mary McCloskey, Edward McCullough, Drew G. McCullough, John McCullough, John McCullough, John McCullough, John A. McCullough, John A. McCullough, John R. McCullough, J.I. McCullough, H.L. McCullough,P.A.

Start date 06-28-1937 10-19-1904 02-19-1942 04-01-1903 10-28-1915 02-02-1928 08-05-1901 06-19-1916 Start date 08-23-1946 03-01-1926 05-20-1903 12-17-1906 07-09-1901 01-31-1916 03-17-1923 09-20-1906 09-16-1946 11-23-1915 11-13-1906 11-06-1899 08-21-1905

McCullough, Ray A. McCullough, Raymond McCullough, Thomas McIntire, David F. McIntire, Howard McIntire, Joe McIntyre, C. W. McIntyre, Charles McIntyre, Charles, Jr. McIntyre, David McIntyre, F. J. McIntyre, F. S. McIntyre, Frank McIntyre, Frank J. McIntyre, Frank J. McIntyre, Geo. McIntyre, Guy McIntyre, Hugh McIntyre, James McIntyre, John McIntyre, John McIntyre, John P. McIntyre, Murry M.

01-26-1925 07-09-1948 06-19-1916 10-21-1946 03-27-1912 09-23-1918 02-01-1926 03-04-1913 09-06-1944 08-02-1905 09-09-1907 05-29-1900 06-17-1947 11-19-1915 09-06-1946 03-24-1923 02-13-1905 09-07-1897 04-14-1916 04-03-1924 06-16-1948 05-25-1953 10-23-1899

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McIntyre, Richard C. McIntyre, Robt. W. McIntyre, William McIntyre, William H. Schoonmaker, Paul Schoonover, Guy Schoppert, Robt. W. Schorr, August Schorr, Jack T. Schott, Carl R. Schott, Herbert Schott, Herbert D. Schott, John J. Schott, Julius Schott, Peter W. Schouer, Anton Schower, Steve Schrader, J. Wayne Schrag, Frank J. Schrag, John Schrag, Jos. Schrager, Louis Schrankel, J. C. Schreckengost, Charles Schrecongost, Herman G. Schreib, William R. Schreiber, Erwin Schreiber, Henry J. Schreiber, Hugo Schreiber, Jacob A. Schreiber, Rudolph Schrengot, Peter Schreuder, Harald Schriber, Carl Schriver, James C. Sleeth, Frank Sleeth, Frank W. Sleeth, James F. Sleeth, Jennie Sleeth, J. Hunter Sleeth, Hawarth Sleeth, Montgomery Sleeth, Robert Sleeth, Robert E. Sleeth, Robert L. Sleeth, Roney K.

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Sleeth, Samuel D. Sleeth, Walter P. Sleeth, William A. Thompson, A. M. Thompson, A. W. Thompson, Alexander H. Thompson, Alvin Clark , Jr. Thompson, Anthony Thompson, Arnold Thompson, Arthur C. Thompson, Bee Thompson, Bella Thompson, Benjamin Thompson, Benjamin H. Thompson, C. H. Thompson, C. J. Thompson, Carl Thompson, Chas. Thompson, Char. Thompson, Charles Thompson, Charles Thompson, Chas. E. Thompson, Chas. E. Thompson, Charles H. Thompson, Charles L. Thompson, Charles R. Thompson, Charles Thompson, Chester H Thompson, Clinton Thompson, Cloyd Davis Thompson, Colin Thompson, Cummings Thompson, Curtis L. Thompson, Daniel Thompson, David A. Thompson, David F. Thompson, David F. Thompson, Dorothy D. Thompson, E.C. Thompson, Earl E. Thompson, Ed Thompson, Edgar Thompson, Edw. E. Thompson, Edwin D. Thompson, Ellsworth Thompson, Emanuel E.

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Thompson, Emil Thompson, Ernest Thompson, F. L. Thompson, Ferne Thompson, Ferree Thompson Frances M. Thompson, Francis J. Thompson, Francis M. Thompson, Frank Thompson, Frank Thompson, Frank L. Thompson, Frank M. Thompson, Frank P. Thompson, Fred A. Thompson, Fred Barnett Thompson, Fred G. Thompson, G.E. Thompson, G. E. Thompson, G. M. Thompson, Geo. Thompson, George Thompson, George Thompson, George Thompson, George Thompson, George A. Thompson, George C. Thompson, George H. Thompson, George J. Thompson, George M. Thompson, Gerard Thompson, Gordon Kell Thompson, Grattan W. Thompson, Haddow J. Thompson, Harry Thompson, Harry Thompson, Harry A. Thompson, Harry F. Thompson, Harry G. Thompson, Henery Thompson, Henry Thompson, Henry A. Thompson, Herbert N. Thompson, Homer B. Thompson, Homer I. Thompson, Homer L. Thompson, Houston

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Thompson, Howard J. Thompson, Howard Robert Thompson, Ira T. Thompson, J. E. Thompson, James Thompson, James Thompson, James Thompson, James Thompson, James Edward Thompson, James J. Thompson, James V. Thompson, Jay Thompson, Jessie Thompson, John Thompson, John Thompson. John Thompson, John Thompson, John Thompson, John Andrew Thompson, John D. Thompson, John E, Thompson, John F. Thompson, John G. Thompson, John H. Thompson, John W. Thompson, John Winfield Thompson, Joseph Thompson, Joseph C. Thompson, Jos. J. Thompson, June Eileen Thompson, Katherine J. Thompson, Leonard Thompson, Louis Thompson, Loyde L. Thompson, Marian Lucille Thompson, Mike Thompson, Mildred Ruby Thompson, Milton H. Thompson, Murray Thompson, Norma Lee Thompson, Norman G. Thompson,0. M. Thompson, Ormis Leroy Thompson, Oscar F. Thompson,P. E. Thompson, Ralph William

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Thompson, Wilbert 06-28-1917 Thompson, Wm. 06-30-1913 Thompson, Wm. 11-10-1917 Thompson, William 01-25-1912 Thompson, William 09-24-1924 Thompson, William 02-19-1930 Thompson, William 07-07-1905 Thompson, William A. 05-04-1906 Thompson, William A. 11-11-1922 Thompson, William A. 10-19-1950 Thompson, William C. 08-08-1917 Thompson, William Elmer 09-26-1050 Thompson, William G 12-10-1923 Thompson, William J. 05-07-1923 Thompson, William L. 05-02-1912 Thompson, William Logan 11-02-1907 Thompson, William Melvin 10-17-1950 Thompson, William Sanford 05-29-1941 Thompson,Zarilda McGough09-25-1922

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W Box 1 Westinghouse Company Meeting December 1931 Distribution Engineering Group. Westinghouse Control Development 1925-1926. Westinghouse Control Engineering Handbook. Westinghouse Engineering Presentation Before the Power Generation Committee ofthe Association ofEdison Illuminating Companies. Philadelphia, PA, 1932. Westinghouse Control Engineering Drum Controller Data Writing Diagrams. 1929. Westinghouse Control Engineering Drum Controller Data Wiring Diagrams. Westinghouse Engineering Presentation before the Power Generation Committee ofthe Association ofEdison Illuminating Companies. Published 1932.

W Box 2 Westinghouse Organization and Products. Published by the Education Department of Westinghouse, 1967. Westinghouse Engineer: Centennial Edition. Published by Westinghouse, 1986. Expense and Cost Control: A Westinghouse Management Training Course. Published by Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1948.

W Box 3 Westinghouse Organization and Products 11111 Ed. Published by the Education Department of Westinghouse, 1980. Westinghouse Organization and Products: 10111 Ed. Published by the Education Department of Westinghouse, 1977. 11? Westinghouse Organization and Products: 9 Ed. Published by the Education Department of Westinghouse, 1974. Westinghouse Organization and Products: 81 Ed. Published by the Education Department of Westinghouse, 1970.

Westinghouse Radio and X-ray Divisions in World War II. By J.A. Hutcheson. Published in 1946. Westinghouse People Make it Happen at Large and Waltz Mill. Published by Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1986. The Cooling ofElectric Machines and Cables. By Theodore De Koning. Published by Zuid-nederlandsche Drukkeril N.Y., 1955. Facilities and Personnel. By Westinghouse Electric Corp. Defense and Electronic Center, 1984. W Box 4 Westinghouse Biographies to 1961. Politics of Trade in Power Plant: Impact ofPublic Procurement. By Barbara Epstein. Published by Atlantic Trade Study, 1971.

W Box 5 Science and Life in the World: Westinghouse Centennial Forum. Published by Whittlesey House and McGraw-Hill, 1946. Sachsische Akademie Der Wissenschaften Zu Leipzig. 1988. Steam Service Data Letters

W Box 6 The Book ofRecord ofthe Time Capsule ofCupaloy. Published by Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., 1938. Westinghouse Policy Course. Electronics at Work. By Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company.

Box 1 Advanced strength ofmaterials. by J.P. Den Hartog. McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1952.

Airborne radar. by Donald J Povejsil, Robert S. Raven,Peter Waterman. Boston Technical Publishers, Inc., 1965. The Alternating Current Motor'and its Application to Reversing Mill Drive. Published by Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Company, 1914. American Institute ofElectrical Engineers: History ofPittsburgh Section. American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 1947. Arc physics, by Max F. Hoyaux. Springer-Verlag, 1968. As Iremember: the autobiography ofStephen P. Timoshenko, by Stephen P. Timoshenko. D. Van Nostrand Company, 1968.(Timoshenko worked at Westinghouse 1923-1927)

Battlefronts ofindustry: Westinghouse in World War II, by David 0. Woodbury. John Wiley & Sons, 1948.

The Bindingforce, by the Scientists ofthe Westinghouse Research Laboratories. Walker and Company, 1966. (A Westinghouse Search Book) Boiling heat transfer and two-phaseflow, by L.S. Tong. New York, John Wiley, 1965. (A Westinghouse author) Bringing total quality to sales, by Cas Welch and Pete Geissler. ASQC, 1992. (Signed by Cas Welch, a Westinghouse author) Business Week: The Reindustrialization ofAmerica. McGraw-Hill, June 30, 1980. A Century oflight, by James A. Cox. The Benjamin Company, 1979. (Edison work on light.) "Chevron World," Standard Oil Company ofAmerica (Centennial 1879-1979), Winter 1979 issue. A Chronological history ofelectrical developmentfrom 600B.C. National Electrical Manufacturers Association, 1946.

Collecting old radios and crystal sets, by Max Alth. Wallace-Homestead Book Co., 1977. Conductibilite electrique isolants solides et des semi-conducteurs, by A.F. Joffe. Paris, Hermann et Cie. 1934(in French) Actualites Scientifiques et Industrielles 87. Reunion International de Chimie- Physique 1933 VII.

Conduction ofElectricity in Gases: A Series ofLectures by J. Slepian. East Pittsburgh, Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.(Education Dept), 1933.(Westinghouse author, 2 copies) Connecting induction motors: the practical application ofa designing engineers' experience to the problems ofoperating engineers, armature winders and repair men. Also the presentation to students ofpractical questions arising in winding and connecting alternating current motors, by A.M. Dudley. 3rd edition. McGraw-Hill, 1936. Introduction by B.G. Lamme.(Westinghouse author, signed copy)

Box 2 The cooling ofelectric machines and cable, by Theodore De Koning. Hertogenbosch Holland, Zind-Nederlandsche Drukkerij N.V., 1955

Crystallographic data on metal and alloy structures. Compiled by A. Taylor and Brenda J. Kagle. Dover Publications, 1963.

Crystals: perfect and imperfect, by the Scientists of the Westinghouse Research Laboratories. Walker and Company, 1965. (A Westinghouse Search Book)

Cyclopedia ofapplied electricity: Part I Current measurements wiring telegraph. American Technical Society, 1905.

Cyclopedia ofapplied electricity: Part II(SUBJECT) American Technical Society, 1905.

Cyclopedia ofapplied electricity: Part III Power stations lightning railways. American Technical Society, 1905

Cyclopedia ofapplied electricity: Part Il/Alternating currents power transmission. American Technical Society, 1905.

Cyclopedia ofapplied electricity: Part V Telephony index. American Technical Society, 1905 th Dampf-Und Gas-Turbinen, by A. Stodola. 5 edition. Berlin, Springer, 1922.(in German)

Box 3 Dampf-Und Gas-Turbinenn, by A. Stodola. 6th edition. Berlin Springer 1924.(in German) Davis, Evan Albert, Published papers ofEvan Albert Davis. Collected on the occasion of his retirement from Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Dec 31, 1969. Deep-Sea World: The Story of Oceanography, by Charles Coombs. New York: William Morrow and Co., 1966.(Westinghouse Deepstar submersible) Determinations ofatomic weights, by Theodore W.Richards and Hobart Hurd Willard. Published by the Carnegie Institute of Washington, 1910.(Carnegie Institute of Washington Publication No. 125) The Development ofthe Ontario Power Company, by P.N. Nunn. Ontario Power Co., 1905(AIEE). (Paper presented at 221 Annual Convention AIEE Asheville NC, 1905) "Diamond Jubilee of Light," Niagara Mohawk News. Vol. 17, no.5. October 1954.(75th anniversary of Edison's invention of incandescent lamp) Dielectric Materials and their behavior as Insulators A series of Lectures, 1946. Dimensions ofthe successful corporations ofthe 1990's, by Douglas Danforth. Pittsburgh, PA.:Camegie Mellon University, 1985. (1987 Benjamin F. Fairless Memorial Lecture) Distribution Systems: Electric Utility Engineering Reference Book, by Electric Utility Engineers of the Westinghouse Electric Corporation. East Pittsburgh: Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1959.

Box 4 Elasticity and anelasticity ofmetals, by Clarence M.Zener. University of Chicago Press, 1948. (Westinghouse author)

"The Electric Century 1874-1974." Electrical World, vol. 181, Number 11 (June 1, 1974) (Electrical World's 100th anniversary edition) Electrical Characteristics ofTransmission Circuits, by William Nesbit. Westinghouse Night School Press, 1926.

Electrical engineering papers, by Benjamin Lamme. Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing, 1919. (2 copies, one signed by author) Electrical engineering problems, by E.M. Williams and F.J. Young. McGraw-Hill, 1960. (Westinghouse author) The Electrical equipment conspiracies: The treble damage actions, by Charles A. Bane. Federal Legal Publications, 1973. Electrical insulation: Its application to shipboard electrical equipment, by Graham Lee Moses. McGraw-Hill, 1951.(Westinghouse author, written in Asian characters- no English.) The Electrical Manufacturers 1875-1900: a study in competition, entrepreneurship, technical change, and economic growth, by Harold C. Passer. Harvard University Press, 1955. Electrical transmission and distribution reference book, by Central Station Engineers of ed. East Pittsburgh, PA: the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company. Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 1942.

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Electrical World directory ofelectric utilities. John E. Slater (pub?). McGraw-Hill, 1969. Electrified oil production... an engineering text, by J.K. Howell and E.E. Hogwood. Tulsa, OK: The Petroleum Publishing Co., 1962 The Electromagnetodynamics offluids, by W.F. Hughes and F.J. Young. John Wiley & Sons, 1966. (Westinghouse author, signed copy) Electrons on the move, by the Scientists of the Westinghouse Research Laboratories. Walker and Company, 1964. (A Westinghouse Search Book) Electronics at work: The Theo")) and Application ofElectronics (Part I), Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., 1943.

Box 5 Energy does matter, by The Scientists of the Westinghouse Research Laboratories. Walker and Company, 1964. (A Westinghouse Search Book)

Engineering problems, by Westinghouse Engineers. Edited E.B. Roberts. Westinghouse Technical Night School Press, 1930.

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Factory Testing ofElectrical Apparatus. Published by Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., 1928. Factory Testing ofElectrical Apparatus, 2'1 Ed. Published by Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., 1942. Fischer, Edward G., Selected papers ofEdward G. Fischer published on the occasion of his retirement from the Westinghouse Electric Corporation Research and Development Center, Pittsburgh Pa., March 1982. Fritz, John., The John Fritz Medal: Medalists 1902-1947. Biographies of medallists 1948-1972. (No publishing information) From immigrant to inventor, by Michael Pupin. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1926. (M. Pupin was president of AIEE) Geometric programming, by Richard J. Duffin, Elmore L. Peterson, Clarence M Zener. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1967.(Westinghouse author)

BOX 6 Gulbransen Earl A., Collected papers, Vol. I, II, and III. Westinghouse Electric Corp., 1974. Henry Ford Museum, by Henry Ford Museum Staff. New York: Crown Publishers, 1972.

Box 7 History ofstrength ofmaterials: with a briefaccount ofthe history oftheory ofelasticity and theory ofstructures, by Stephen P. Timoshenko. McGraw-Hill, 1953. (Westinghouse author) History ofelectric light, by Henry Schroeder. Smithsonian Institution, 1923. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections vol 76, no 2. (Publication 2717) How to Meld 29 Metals, by Charles H. Jennings. Pittsburgh: Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., 1937. The Induction motor and other alternating current motors: their theory and principles of design, by B.A. Behrend. McGraw-Hill, 1921. (signed copy)

Induction motor practice: a designing engineer brings his experience to operating men and students in the solution ofpractical problems involving induction motor characteristics, by A.M. Dudley. 1st ed. McGraw-Hill, 1928. (Westinghouse author) Industrial Electronics: A Laboratory Manualfor Education Institutions. Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., 1945. Industrial robots: volume IFundamentals, ed. William R. Tanner. Society of Manufacturing Engineers, 1979. Industrial robots: volume II Applications, ed. William Tanner. Society of Manufacturing Engineers, 1979. Industrial stroboscopy, by Gilbert Kivenson. Hayden Book Company, 1965. (Westinghouse author) The Internal combustion engine: Volume I Slow-speed engines, by Harry R. Ricardo. Blackie & Son Limited, 1922. The Internal combustion engine: Volume IIHigh-speed engines, by Harry R. Ricardo. Blackie & Son Limited, 1927. KEEP!! International Control of Atomic Energy, First Report ofthe United Nations: Atomic Energy Council to the Security Council, December 31, 1946. Washington, D.C.: United States Print Office. International Control of Atomic Energy, Growth ofa Policy: Informal Summary Record ofthe Official Declarations and Proposals Relating to the International Control of Atomic Energy Made between August 6 and October 15, 1946. Washington, D.C.: United States Print Office. International Control of Atomic Energy, Scientific Information Transmitted to the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission, June 14 to October 14, 1946. Washington, D.C.: United States Print Office. International Electrical Congress, Chicago, August, 1983. Proceedings. American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 1984.

Box 8 Kaufman, Howard N., Selected papers ofHoward N.Kaufman collected on the occasion of his retirement from Westinghouse Electric Corporation, February 1986. Lamme, Benjamin Garver, Benjamin Garver Lamme: electrical engineer, an autobiography. New York: Putman and Sons, 1926.

Leven, Milton M.,Selected papers ofMilton M. Leven published on the occasion of his retirement from Westinghouse Electric Corporation Research Laboratories, Pittsburgh, Pa, June 24, 1976. Lighting a Revolution: The beginning ofelectric power, by Bernard S. Finn. National Museum of History and Technology, 1979. (Title page: Edison: lighting revolution, the beginning of electric power) Lightning, by Martin A. Uman. McGraw-Hill, 1969. (Westinghouse author) Magic dials: The story ofradio and television, by Lowell Thomas. Polygraphic Company of America, 1939.(Westinghouse Science Lending Library book) The Making ofa profession: a century ofelectrical engineering in America, by A. Michael McMahon. New York,IEEE Press, 1984. Managing product cost improvement. Prepared by Headquarters Manufacturing, January, 1961. Pittsburgh, PA: Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1961. Manjoine, Michael J., Selected papers ofMichael J Manjoine Published on the occasion of his retirement from the Westinghouse Electric Corporation Research and Development Center, Pittsburgh Pa, April 26, 1984. Math and aftermath, by the Scientists ofthe Westinghouse Research Laboratories. New York: Walker and Company, 1965. (Westinghouse Search book) Mechanical springs, 2nd ed, by A.M. Wahl. McGraw-Hill, 1963. (Westinghouse author) Mechanical vibrations, by J.P. Den Hartog. 4th ed. McGraw-Hill, 1956. (Westinghouse author) Based on course at Westinghouse design 1926-1932. Mechanics, by J.P. Den Hartog. Dover Publications, 1948.

Box 9 Men ofscience: Fifteen stories ofscientific advances and the men who helped make them. Pittsburgh, PA: Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1946. (Publication of Westinghouse School Service) Mitsubishi Electric Corporation: History ofMitsubishi Electric—The 60th Anniversary of Its Foundation. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation,1982.(Asian characters) (Gift to G.F. Mechlin from N. Katayama President of Mitsubishi)

Modele Matematyczne A RzeczyWistosc. ? Published in 1969. (in Polish) Translation of Math and Aftermath. National Historic Mechanical Engineering Landmarks, by Richard S. Hartenberg. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1979. (Sponsored by the History and Heritage committee) Nauka 0 Nauce metody objasniania zjawiskfizycznych. Warsaw: ???,1968.(in Polish) (Translation of Science of science: Methods of interpreting physical phenomena) Niagara Power 1: History ofthe Niagara Falls Power Company 1886-1918, evolution of its central power station and alternating current system, Vol. 1 Niagara Falls, the Niagara Falls Power Company, 1918(?) on the fiftieth anniversary of its foundation 1927. Niagara Power II: History ofthe Niagara Falls Power Company 1886-1918. By Edward Deans Adams. New York: Bartlett Orr Press, 1927. Non-stoichiometric compound, ed. Lyon Mandelcorn. Academic Press, 1964. (Westinghouse editor) Optical physics, by Max Garbuny. Academic Press, 1965.(Westinghouse author) Perspectives on radio and television, telecommunication in the United States. 3"1 ed. By Leslie F. Smith. New York: Harper & Row, 1990. Peterson, Rudolph, Selected papers ofRudolph Peterson collected on the occasion of his retirement from Westinghouse Electric Corporation Research Laboratories November 22, 1966. Photocells and their Application, by V.K. Zworykin and E.D. Wilson. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1930.

Box 10 Photoelasticity: The selected scientific papers ofMM.Frocht, ed. M.M. Leven. New York: Pergamon Press, 1969. (Westinghouse editor) Plasticity: A mechanics ofthe plastic state of matter, by A. Nadai. McGraw-Hill, 1931. (Westinghouse author) Power: The magazine ofpower generation and plant energy systems, A century ofpower progress. 100th Anniversary Issue, 1882-1982. McGraw-Hill, 1982. Power capacitors. lst ed, by R.E. Marbury. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1949. (Westinghouse author)

Principles and practices ofnetwork radio broadcasting: testimony of David Sarnoff, before the Federal Communication Commission, Washington, D.C., Nov 1938. RCA Institute Technical Press, 1939. Principles ofbusiness writing, by T.H. Bailey Whipple. Pittsburgh: Westinghouse Technical Night School Press, 1924. The Problem solvers: people who turned problems into product, by Nathan Aaseng. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications Company, 1989. (Juvenile literature) Productivity improvement, by Donald C. Burnham. Columbia University Press, 1973. (Westinghouse Chairman)(1972 Benjamin F. Fairless Memorial Lecture) Properties and Testing ofMagnetic Materials, by Thomas Spooner. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1927. (Westinghouse author) RCA:five historical views. A collection of five articles about RCA, 1938-1971. Recent advances in optimization techniques, eds. Abrahim Lavi and Thomas P. Vogl. John Wiley & Sons, 1966. (Westinghouse editor)(Proceedings of a symposium in Pittsburgh, 1965) Relay handbook. 1st ed. Prepared by National Electric Light Association. National Light Association, 1926. Residential Lighting, by Myrtle Fahsbender. New York: D. Van Nostrand, 1947. (Westinghouse author) Rewinding Small Motors: Practical details ofrepair shop practices with step-by-step procedurefor rewinding all types and designs offractional horsepower direct and alternation current motors, by Daniel H. Braymer and A.C. Roe. McGraw-Hill Book Company,Inc., 1925. The Rise ofthe electrical industry during the nineteenth century, by Malcolm MacLaren. Princeton University Press, 1943. Risk and technological innovation: American manufacturing methods during the nineteenth century, by Paul Strassmann. Ithaca, Cornell University Press, 1956.

Box 11 Saturday science, by the Scientists at the Westinghouse Research Laboratories. E.P. Dutton, 1960. (Westinghouse Search book)

Science by degrees: temperaturesfrom zero to zero, by Scientists of the Westinghouse Research Laboratories. Walker and Company, 1965. (Westinghouse Search book) The Science ofscience: methods ofinterpreting physical phenomena, by the Scientists of the Westinghouse Research Laboratories. Walker and Company, 1965.(Westinghouse Search book) Seeking andfinding science talent: A 50 year history ofthe Westinghouse Science Talent Search, by Tom K. Phares. Westinghouse Electric Corporation ,1990. Semi-Conductor Power Switches: a bibliography, compiled by E.J. Duckett. Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1961 Siedem Stanow Materii. By ??? Warsaw, 1970. (Translation ofSeven States ofMatter, a Westinghouse Search book) Standards ofthe Electric Power Club: Electric Power Apparatus, 15th ed. Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 1923. Stanley, William, Technical papers and other articles 1887-1908. Westinghouse Electric Corp,???? Statistical theory ofsignal detection, 2nd ed., by Carl Helstrom. Pergamon, 1968. (Westinghouse author) Strength ofMaterials, by J.P. Den Hartog. Dover Publications, 1949. Strength ofmaterials: Part 1 elementary theory and problems, by S. Timoshenko. 3rd ed. Princeton, N.J.: D. Van Nostrand, 1955. Strength of materials: Part II Advanced theory and problems, by S. Timoshenko. 3rd ed. Princeton, N.J.: D. Van Nostrand, 1958.

Box 12 Stress concentrations designfactors, by R.E. Peterson. Charts and relations useful in making strength calculationsfor machine parts and structural elements. John Wiley, 1953 .Westinghouse author.

Structure Reportsfor 1958: Vol. 22, edited by W.B. Pearson. N.V. A. Oosthoek's Uitgevers Mij Utrecht, 1968. Signed by A. Taylor section editor.

Submarine geography offSouthern California, by Harold Palmer. Lorrin L. Morrison, 1970. A Westinghouse author.

A Survey ofgeneral and applied rheology, by G.W. Scott Blair. Pitman, 1944.

Symmetrical components as applied to the analysis ofunbalanced electrical circuits, by C.F. Wagner and R.D. Evans 1st ed.. McGraw-Hill, 1933. Westinghouse authors.

Symmetrical components as applied to the analysis of unbalanced electrical circuits, by C.F. Wagner and R.D. Evans. jt ed, 8th impression. McGraw-Hill, 1933. 4 copies.

Taylor, Abraham. Collected publications presented in submissionfor the degree of Doctor ofScience in the Victoria University ofManchester, 1966. Signed by the author.

Television in diagnostic radiology. Compiled by Robert D. Moseley, Jr. and John H. Rust. Aesculapius Publishing, 1969

Tesla, Nikola: Complete patents Vol 1-II. Compiled by John T Ratzlaff Tesla Book Co, 1979.

The Tesla Journal: An International Review ofthe Sciences and Humanities. Nos. 2 & 3. Published in 1982/1983. 2 copies..

The Tesla Journal: An International Review ofthe Sciences and Humanities. No. 4 & 5, 1986/1987.

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Theoretical chemistryfrom the standpoint ofAvogadro 's rule and thermodynamics, by Walter Nernst. MacMillan, 1923. Theoretical elements ofelectrical engineering, by Charles Proteus Steinmetz. 41/i ed. London, Hill, 1915.

Theory and calculation of alternating current phenomena, by Charles Proteus Steinmetz. McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., 1916. Signed out be Den Hartog 1925.

Theory and calculation of transient electric phenomena and oscillations, by Charles Proteus Steinmetz. 1st ed. McGraw-Hill, 1909..

Theory and calculation oftransient electric phenomena and oscillations, by Charles Proteus Steinmetz. 3'ed. McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1920. 2copies.

Theory and calculations ofelectrical apparatus, by Charles Proteus Steinmetz. 1St ed. McGraw-Hill, 1917. 2 copies.

Theory ofelastic stability, by Stephen P. Timoshenko and James M. Gere. 2'd edition. McGraw-Hill, 1961.

Theory ofelasticity, by S. Timoshenko. 1st edition. McGraw-Hill, 1934.

Theory ofelasticity, by S.P. Timoshenko and J.N. Goodier. 3'edition. McGraw-Hill, 1970.

Theory offlow andfracture ofsolids, by A. Nadai. McGraw-Hill, 1950. Westinghouse author.

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Theory ofplates and shells, by S. Timoshenko 2nd edition.. McGraw-Hill, 1959. Theory ofstructures, by S.P. Timoshenko and D.H. Young.:2n1 Ed. McGraw-Hill, 1965.

Thermodynamics oftechnical gas-reactions, by F. Haber. Longmans, Green and Co, 1908.

Thermoelectricity: science and engineering, by Robert R. Heikes and Roland W. Ure, Jr. Interscience Publishers, 1961. Westinghouse authors.

Thyristor phase-controlled converters and cycloconverters, by B.R. PeIly. WileyInterscience, 1971. Westinghouse author.

Tile and till: thefirst one hundred years. Vol. 62, no. 1. May 1976. Eli Lilly Company.

Transformersfor the electric power industry, by Richard L. Bean, Nicholas Chackan, Harold R. Moore and Edward C. Wentz. McGraw-Hill, 1959. All Westinghouse authors.

Die Trocknung Von Formen Und Kernen In Der Giesserei, by Waldemar Callenberg. Giesserai-Verlag, Dusseldorf, 1942.

UGI Corporation: thefirst 100 Years. UGI Corporation, 1982. United Gas Improvement Corporation.

Understanding lightning, by Martin A. Uman. Bek Technical Publications, 1971. Westinghouse author. Signed by author.

Vector analysis, by C Runge. New York, E.P. Dutton. 1919?

Velocity ofLight. Experimental determination ofthe velocity oflight by Albert A. Michelson. Book is exact copy ofMichelson 's handwritten report ofhis proceedings and findings ofthe experiments he conducted at Annapolis Naval Academy, 1878.

Vibration problems in engineering, by S. Timoshenko. ri edition. D. Van Nostrand, 1955.

Wahl, Arthur M Selected papers ofArthur A. Wahl, published on the occasion ofhis retirementfrom the Westinghouse Electric Corporation. November 22, 1966. Pittsburgh, Westinghouse Research Laboratories.

Box 15

Watch Your Language, by Theodore M. Bernstein. Channel Press, 1958. A lively, informal guide to better writing, emanating from the news room ofthe New York Times.

Westinghouse, George, scenesfrom a great life: George Westinghouse Centennial 18461946. Westinghouse.

Westinghouse, George. Commemorating the enshrinement ofGeorge Westinghouse 1846-1946 in the Hall ofFamefor Great Americans. New York University, 1955.

Westinghouse, George, George Westinghouse 1846-1914, his life and achievements. Westinghouse, 1946. 3 copies.

Westinghouse, George, George Westinghouse Commemoration: aforum presenting the career and achievements ofGeorge Westinghouse on the 90th anniversary ofhis birth. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1937. 3 copies.

Westinghouse people make it happen at Large and Waltz Mill prepared by Large and Waltz Mill M9 Centennial History Committee, 1986. Publishedfor Westinghouse Centennial 1986.

Wiazania Chemiczne. Published in 1970.(written in Polish) Translation of The binding force, by D Berg et. al. A Westinghouse Search Book.

Winding alternating-current machines: a bookfor winders, repairmen, and designers of electric machines, by Michael Liwschitz-Garik. Datarule Publishing Company, 1950.

World energy and the oceans, by William E. Shoupp. MIT Sea Grants Program, 1973. 2'Annual Sea Grant Lecture, MIT Oct, 1973. X-ray metallography, an introduction, by A Taylor. Chapman & Hall, 1952. 2 copies. Copy signed by author. X-Ray metallography, by A. Taylor. John Wiley & Sons, 1961. A Westinghouse author.

Bollens, Leo F., White collar or noose? The occupation ofmillions, by Leo Bollens. New. York, North River Press, 1947. Signed by Leo Bollens, President of Westinghouse Independent Salaried Unions The Westinghouse code. jt ed. Revision 1911. East Pittsburgh, PA, Westinghouse Department ofPublicity, 1911. Codefor telegraph and telegram messages.

Rushmore and Lof Progress ofelectric power transmission. Reprintedfrom "Hydroelectric power stations"

Box 16 Peek, F. W., Dielectric phenomena in high-voltage engineering. 3"1 ed. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1929.

Pierce, George W,Electric oscillations and electric waves; with application to radiotelegraphy and incidental application to telephony and optics. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1920

Readership ofeditorials and verbatim comments made by readers ofMay 1965 issue of Westinghouse Engineer. Preparedfor Westinghouse Electric Corporation by Daniel Starch and Staff Mamoroneck, New York, Daniel Starch and Staff 1965. 2 copies.

Readership ofeditorials and verbatim comments made by readers ofthe September 1965 issue ofthe Westinghouse Engineer. Preparedfor Westinghouse Electric Corporation by Daniel Starch and Staff Mamaroneck, NY, Daniel Starch and Staff, 1965

A study of Westinghouse Engineer. Preparedfor Westinghouse Electric Corporation by Daniel Starch and Staff Mamaroneck, NY, Daniel Starch and Staff, 1965.

Thro, Ellen, Robotics: the marriage ofcomputers and machines. New York, Facts on File, 1993. Mentions Electromechanical Man built by Westinghouse starting in 1927.

Weiss, Pierre, Le magnetisme, par Pierre Weiss and Gabriel Foex. Paris, Librairie Armand Colin, 1926. In French.

World pressures on Americanforeign policy. Edited by Marian D. Irish. Englewood Cliffs, Prentice-Hall, 1965.

Box 17

Atomic power safety. U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information, 1964. Understanding the atom series.

Atoms, nature, and man, man-made radioactivity in the environment. U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information, 1968. Understanding the atom series.

The first reactor. U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information, 1967.

Nuclear power plants. U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information, 1969. Understanding the atom series.

Nuclear reactors. U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information,1969. Understanding the atom series.

Our atomic world: the story of atomic energy. U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information, 1969. Understanding the atom series.

Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 1881-1994(c1920-c1975, bulk dates) Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania Archives MSO # 424 7 boxes Biographical Sketch of George Westinghouse (1846-1914) 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, N.Y. 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.

Westinghouse, page 2 of9 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. Westinghouse Electric Corporation Historical Sketch 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 ofincandescent 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 worldwide. 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.

Westinghouse, page 3 of9 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 protype 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

Westinghouse, page 4 of 9 or WELCO. They comprised of non-nuclear energy systems, government operations, and process control.

Scope and Content Note: The majority of the materials contained in this oversize collection are posters, articles, magazines, and advertisements published by or about the Westinghouse Electric Corporation. Maps of the East Pittsburgh plant, management organizational charts, and blueprints for various pieces of electrical equipment such as generators are some of the more original items in this th collection. A copy of the legal charter for the company is also included, as well as a few 50 and th 100 anniversary materials. These materials came from the offices at Gateway Center (Pittsburgh, PA)and the Research and Development Center in Churchill, PA.

Separations: This collection also contains slides, film, photographs, and negatives, as well as a regular sized archival collection (MSS 424). Separate finding aids have been made for each of these formats.

Statement of Provenance: Archives Accession # 1998.0209

Gift of the Westinghouse Corporation. Deed of Gift signed by G. Reynolds Clark on December 17, 1996.

Funding to process this collection was generously given by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission through the Archives and Records Management program.

Series I: Advertisements This series contains Westinghouse advertisements from newspapers and journals. Most of these advertisements are for specific products and this series has been arranged by broad subject categories. The general folder contains advertisements for Westinghouse Electric as a company. There are also many ads that address the benefits of electricity in general. These have been collected into folder 8. All foreign language advertisements have been grouped in folder

Westinghouse, page 5 of9 12. This folder contains advertisements in Arabic, Chinese (simplified and traditional), French, German, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish. There is also a small collection of advertisements from the World Fair of 1965 that spotlight the Middleton Family from the Westinghouse films. Box 1 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14

General Air Conditioning Automotive (including batteries) Aviation Buildings- equipment Consumer products- miscellaneous Controls Electricity (general) Epoxy castings Elevators Fans Foreign language Generators Homes("Westinghouse Open House 1964")

1886-1989 1933-1946 1913-1926 1945 1929-1932 1920-1983 1923-c1980 1913-1953 c1980 1919-c1980 1912-1939 undated 1917-1973 1964

Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11

Home appliances (composite ads) Irons Lamps and Lighting Middleton Family Miscellaneous Industrial Motors Nuclear Power and Transmission Precipitrons Railways Radios (including radio stations), Phonographs, and Televisions Ranges Refrigerators (including water and beverage Coolers) Research and Development Street Cars/ Trolley Cars Trains/ People Movers Washing Machines Westinghouse Credit Corporation World War II X-Ray equipment

1916-1956 1916-1948 1887-c1980 1939 1919-c1980 1917-c1980 1958-c1980 1917-c1960 1941-1943 1917-1938

Box 2

Folder 12 Folder 13 Folder 14 Folder 15 Folder 16 Folder 17 Folder 18 Folder 19 Folder 20

1925-c1965 1931-1948 1931-c1970 1929-c1980 1922-1950 c1980 1944-1948 c1970 1942-1946 1938

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Westinghouse, page 6 of9 Series II: Articles This series contains newspaper and journal articles about the Westinghouse Electric Company and electricity in general. The first box contains a scrapbook of newspaper clippings from Westinghouse and other companies pertaining to new developments in electrical appliances from 1899-1902. Of note are copies of newspapers from the Grand Army of the Republic reception sponsored by George Westinghouse at the new Westinghouse plant in 1894, a newspaper from Pittsburgh's Golden Jubilee that deals with electricity, and a number of articles about the closing of the WCI facility in 1990. scrapbook

Box 3 Box 4 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4

1899-1902

1881-1907 1929 1952- 1970 1990-1994

Series III: Employees This series mostly contains posters that were made for Westinghouse employees by the company. It also includes presentation materials about the employees' benefit package and a chart showing the number of employees on payroll at the East Pittsburgh plant from 1920- 1955. Box 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder 10

Benefits presentation materials Christmas Loan Offer Statistics East Pittsburgh plant employee payroll chart Holiday posters Miscellaneous posters Strike posters

undated 1955 1920-1955 undated undated 1955

Series IV: Facilities This series mostly contains maps of the East Pittsburgh plant. Some of these maps are detailed floor plans and some are more basic maps used to help visitors. The map from 1904 is a topographic map of the Pittsburgh area. This series also includes a 1949 chart of all international facilities and their capabilities and basic map of the United States with all Westinghouse business

Westinghouse, page 7 of 9 locations marked on it. Folder 4 contains a book of newspaper clippings about the Shippingport Nuclear Power Plant, the first commercial-scale nuclear power facility built in the United States. Box 5 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4

East Pittsburgh plant International Chart National business location chart Shippingport Nuclear Power Plant scrapbook

1904-1970 1949 c1940 1954

Series V: George Westinghouse, Jr. This series contains calendars and images of George Westinghouse, Jr. The calendars are from 1946 and were printed for the centennial celebration of the birth of George Westinghouse, Jr. There are also four images of George Westinghouse, Jr. working at his desk. Three are inkon-paper and the fourth is black and white tempera paint. Box 5 Folder 5 Folder 6

Calendar Images

1946 undated

Series VI: Management Organization Charts (1949-1992) This series contains numerous organizational charts for the top management of Westinghouse Electric. Many of these charts have photographs of the individuals listed. Box 5 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9

1949-1969 1970-1979 1980-1992

Series VII: Products This series contains a variety of materials pertaining to the products of Westinghouse Electric Corporation. Advertisements for these products can be found in Series I. In these series you will find blueprints, diagrams, charts, and catalogs for specific products. Box 5 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12

Central Station customer list Circuit Breaker diagrams Delon guide

1890 1942-1950 1967

Westinghouse, page 8 of9 Box 6 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Box 6A Volume 2 Box 6 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8 Folder 9 Folder Folder Folder Folder Folder Folder Folder Folder

10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

Controls- Thyristor Chopper diagram Dynamo diagram Engine blueprint Furniture Systems catalog Generator blueprints

1971 1886 c1887 c1980 1923-1927

Light and Power Plant "Album of Facts"

1925

Mark II engine blueprints Nuclear Reactor posters Clinch River SNUPPS (Standardized Nuclear Power Plant System) Offshore Power Systems financial data Radio Antenna diagram Broadcast strength charts Shortwave Stations schedule Steam Engine diagram Television service manual Transformer diagram Turbine-generator diagrams Welding symbols chart

1970 1974 1975 1974 1935 1932 undated 1887 1947-1959 1954 1964-1975 1940

Series VIII: Publications This series contains materials that were produced by Westinghouse for internal use and for distribution to the public. The Keep Posted, Sales Wedge, and Tech Owl newspapers were produced for employees/students. The other publications were produced for promotional or educational reasons and distributed to the public. The collection of comic books pertains to historical subjects such as George Westinghouse, the history of the company, or the evolution of electricity. Box 7 Folder 1 Folder 2 Folder 3 Folder 4 Folder 5 Folder 6 Folder 7 Folder 8

Behind the Name of Westinghouse Comic books Keep Posted People, Ideas, and Abilities at the Westinghouse Research Labs Sales Wedge School Service posters Tech Owl Westinghouse Capacity

1943-1945 1970 1942-1943 1952 1937-1948

Westinghouse, page 9 of 9 Series IX: Westinghouse Anniversary Materials th This series contains materials produced for the 50 and 100th anniversary of the Westinghouse Electric Corporation. The majority of these materials are preparation or final products meant for distribution to the public. The 1936 Golden Jubilee promotion kit contains examples of publications and advertisements used for the celebration. Box 7 Folder 9 Folder 10 Folder 11 Folder 12

1986 Centennial posters Centennial pre-publication boards for Westinghouse Engineer Centennial edition 1986 1936 Golden Jubilee calendars 1936 Goldem Jubilee promotion kit

Series X: Miscellaneous This series contains a copy of the company's legal charter papers and a diagram that shows the incorporation of companies in the Westinghouse Electric Corporation. Box 7 Folder 13 Folder 14

Charter for company Diagram of incorporated companies

1886 c1986