Donors and Sponsors

Thank you to our 2017 corporate members for the generous support!

Executive Level

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Partner Level

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Associate Level
Alvin H. Butz, Inc.
Working Dog Press

Small Business Partners
Eshbach Brothers, L.P.
Metro Decorators, Inc.
Panzitta Enterprises
Wilmer R. Schultz, Inc.

Artifact Adoptees

We would like to thank the following individuals and organizations for their immense generosity in investing in the future of the National Museum of Industrial History and the preservation and conservation of important historical artifacts.  Their contributions in our Adopt-an-Artifact campaign help the museum help preserve history for generations to come.  These important artifacts will help inspire a new wave of innovators, inventors, and entrepreneurs.

Premier Level
Bethlehem Steel Electrical Shop Overhead Crane – In Honor of the Men and Women of Bethlehem Steel, from the Barnette Family -Hank, Joanne, Kevin and Jim

Corporate Level
Outdoor Rails – Lehigh Valley Rail Management

Educational Level – Industrial Models
Basic Oxygen Furnace – Christina and Mark Connar
Blast Furnace B Model – Mr. Richard Schubert
Coke Oven Model – Fr.  Dan Gambet
Grey Mill Model – Lehigh Valley Community Foundation in honor of L. Charles and Ruth Marcon
Ship Models – Timothy Moore

Educational Level – Iron & Steel Artifacts
Ammunition Shells – The Domchek Family
Bethlehem Steel Pierced Armor Plate – Greg & Deb Peters, In loving memory of Chief Master Sergeant “Dani” Peters 15 August 1957 – 21 January 2016
F.E. Reed Lathe – Kenneth F. Healy, Executive Vice President/Director of Engineering, PMF Industries, Inc.
Hard Hat Display – Adam Meyer Moving & Storage 
Three-High Rail Patent Mill Model – Jim Mooney

Individual Level – Small Artifacts
Bethlehem Steel Switchboard – Richardson E. Worthington
Rails – John Marquette Creative
Safety Suggestion Box – Amy Hollander
Spools – Martha and Michael Helms
Time Card Rack – Brent Glass
Time Clock – Kyle Payne

Individual Level – Personal Gear
Blast Furnace Suit – The Rauch-Mannino Family
First Aid Kit – The Rosocha Family
Hard Hat – Lee P. Decker, Bethlehem Steel, Engineer
Lattice Girder – David Helms
Phoenix Column – David Helms
Riveted Wide Flange Beam – Victoria L. Roza
Safety Goggles – The Gebhart/Brevik Family
Safety Sign – Safety Rep Bob Hrichak and Family
Steel Column – I Beam – William Henning

Other
Bethlehem Steel Flag Pole and Ladle – Bean Construction, Inc.
Corliss Interactive Video – Cantelmi’s Hardware, Bethlehem, PA, since 1922
Iron and Steel Rail Display – Marie and Michael Zaia
Piping in Propane Exhibit – David Keiser
Rail Switch Frog – Tim & Colleen Lewis