Individual Level - Small Artifacts - $250

This is an excellent level for individuals and families. In addition to the general adoption benefits, gifts at this level receive the following:    

•    Access  to invitation-only behind the scenes tour of the NMIH Collections Storage Facility
•    Basic benefits of the “Personal Gear” level

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These wooden benches were used by Jerry Valenta & Sons in Hawthorne, NJ.  Workers sat at th..

Bethlehem Steel Switchboard
Used in the Bethlehem Steel offices, this switchboard allowed operators to manually connect internal..

Bobbin Cart
Built by W.J. McElmoyl in Groveville, NJ, this rolling duck canvas basket was used at Scranton Lace ..

Box Bed
Mid nineteenth century steam engines were noted for utilizing box bed frames that looked much like a..

Drop Forge Display
This is a small sampling of the many items manufactured at Bethlehem Steel’s drop forge, once locate..

Gear Half Pattern
This large pattern was recovered from the Sayre, PA, Shops of the Lehigh Valley Railroad.  ..

Machine Tool Shelves
Note: this adoption is for *one* of the three shelves in the Museum. These shelving units, comple..

There are three different rails for adoption: Wrought Iron Rail Manufactured in masse between th..

Side Posts Slate Planer Pattern
This pair of patterns was used at the S. Flory Manufacturing Company in Bangor, PA, to make the colu..

Slate Spider #3 Pattern
This star shaped pattern was used at the S. Flory Manufacturing Company in Bangor, PA, to create a c..

This rack of spools was used on a narrow ribbon loom to hold spools of silk thread.  The thread..

Steam Engine Cylinder Head
This component from a 65 horsepower 1899 Flory steam engine is displayed with other engine parts and..

Suggestion Box
Recovered from the locomotive repair shop of the Philadelphia, Bethlehem, and New England Railroad, ..

Time Card Rack
This IBM time card rack was one of hundreds used throughout the Bethlehem Plant.  Each slot wou..

Time Clock
This artifact was used by the Philadelphia, Bethlehem, and New England Railroad to keep track of how..

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