In May of 1918 the Bethlehem Steel Corporation launched its first employee newsletter, a publication "devoted to the interest and general health and welfare of all Employees.” A contest later renamed the newsletter to the “Bethlehem Booster,” and the rest is history. In celebration...
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National Museum of Industrial History debuts new Hot Off the Press exhibitThe National Museum of Industrial History’s (NMIH) latest exhibit, Hot Off the Press: Printing and Papermaking, a hands-on look at how the printed word revolutionized the spread of knowledge throughout...
National Museum of Industrial History Elects Two New Board Members The Board of Directors of the National Museum of Industrial History recently voted in two new members. L. Charles Marcon, Chairman of the Board, congratulated the new members, saying “The board and I are excited to expand and diversify our board of directors to ensure our...Read more
On May 21, 1927 famed aviator Charles Lindbergh completed the world’s first nonstop transatlantic flight. In a Ryan NYP monoplane named Spirit of St. Louis, powered by a J-5C Wright Whirlwind radial engine, he flew for 33 ½ hours from New York to Paris. Lindbergh’s...Read more
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