Educational Level - Iron & Steel Artifacts - $500

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

•    Staff-led educational program on iron and steel for your group
•    “Adopted by” credit plaque on the exhibit floor with your adopted artifact
•    Digital group photo with your artifact
•    Basic benefits of the “Small Artifacts” and “Personal Gear” levels

*All adoptions are valid for one year following the grand opening of the NMIH.

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Ammunition Shells
Ammunition shells made at Bethlehem Steel. ..

Bethlehem Steel Pierced Armor Plate
This armor plate was made in 1953 for the US Navy. At a firing range, this armor stopped an 8 inch s..

Bottom Pour Ladle and Ingot
Hung from a traveling crane this ladle would pour molten steel into molds below. The operator opened..

F.E. Reed Lathe
This metal working lathe dates to the 1880’s and was used until the late 20th century at the blacksm..

Hard Hat Display
This display will utilize hard hats, a symbol of safety, to create a 3D bar graphic which reflects t..

Shaping Steel - Wall Artifacts
Rolled, cast, and forged products are displayed to show the end result of various methods of shaping..

Three-High Rail Mill Patent Model
This 1850’s patent model showcases John Fritz’s invention of the three high rolling mill which revol..

Wire (Phone) Rack
This caster mounted wooden rack was used at Lehigh University to hold spools of telephone switchboar..

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