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  • Description: Huston
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    • Huston Residences

    • Houses; Factories;
    • Written on back: "Photograph showing two of the Huston houses on First Avenue Coatesville Pa. The house to the left of the picture is the old home of Dr. Charles Huston father of Messrs A. F. and C. L. Huston and the first President of Lukens Iron...
    • Residence of Mr. A. F. Huston

    • Houses;
    • Written on back: "President of Lukens Steel Co. situated on 1st Avenue opposite residence of Mr. C. L. Huston and Lukens Steel Co. Office. Taken from the residence of Charles L. Huston so that pictures of the two residences will show their relative...
    • Chester County Historical Society

    • Anniversaries; Organizations;
    • Written on back: "commemoration of 100th anniversary of Lukens Steel Co., July 2, 1910 at Coatesville, Pa. site, placing memorial tablet near Chemical Laboratory. Flag unfurled by Charles Lukens Huston, Jr._then 4 yrs, 43 days old. *Left to Right:...
    • Brandywine Rolling Mill

    • Mills; Employees;
    • Written on back: "The Brandywine Rolling Mill (then the Lukens Mill) taken shortly before its demolition. Left to right Samuel Day, __, __, __ Bames, Edwin Dougherty, Joseph Hampton, C.L. Huston, A.F. Huston, H.B. Spackman, Dr. Charles Huston"
    • Office Force about 1895

    • Employees;
    • Written on back: "Front Row: Charles Humpton, John Vanderslice, Charles Thompson, Frank Russell, Howard Humpton, Richard Humpton. Center Row: J. A. Van Ormer, Horace Spackman, A. F. Huston, Dr. Charles Huston, Charles Lukens Huston, Joseph Humpton,...
    • Old Mill Office, ca 1895

    • Offices;
    • Written on back: "Originally built for meeting room for employees at request of Isabella P. Huston, but taken over for office use when more room was needed than the 1870 brick office near it to the West could provide. L to R: 1. H. B. Spackman; 2....
    • Groundbreaking, Lukens Life Cover

    • Magazine covers; Ground breaking ceremonies;
    • Written on back: "Cover: Breaking ground at last month's impressive ceremony at the site of the proposed electric furnace are Mrs. Nancy Huston Hansen and Charles L. Huston Jr., president of the company. Mrs. Hansen is a daughter of President...
    • Coatesville Declaration

    • Meetings; Presidents;
    • Written on back: "President Charles Lukens Huston, Jr., of Lukens Steel Co. presenting President Dwight D. Eisenhower with the 'Coatesville Declaration' at White House ceremonies Tuesday, December 13, 1960. (left to right): Messrs. S. W. Antoville,...
    • Sleeping Sickness

    • Sick persons; Diseases;
    • Written on back: "And must these continue to die like this? Thank God, NO, not if we can help it-- and thank God, Mr. and Mrs. Huston, He is showing you and me our blessed part that we can do, are doing, praise His name. Sleeping sickness victim in...
    • Lukens Main Office Building

    • Offices; Houses;
    • Written on back: "Picture showing in the foreground, first, Lukens Steel Company Main Office. Next residence of Charles L. Huston; then Huston Mansion, and finally the old Lukens Mansion, with the Lukens Steel Co. in the background."
    • Coatesville Declaration

    • Meetings;
    • Written on back: "Luncheon, Sheraton Carlton Hotel, Wash. D. C. after presentation of 'Coatesville Declaration' to President Dwight D. Eisenhower at White House ceremonies, Tuesday, December 13, 1960. (left to right): Messrs. Melvin H. Baker,...
    • Coatesville Declaration

    • Meetings;
    • Written on back: "Luncheon, Sheraton Carlton Hotel, Wash. D.C. after presentation of 'Coatesville Declaration' to President Dwight D. Eisenhower at White House ceremonies, Tuesday, December 13, 1960. (left to right): Messrs. Melvin Baker, Stewart...
    • Charles Penrose

    • Portrait photographs;
    • Written on back: "taken about the time he entered into partnership with Dr. Chas. Huston. He served as captain of a company organized towards the end of the Civil War."
    • Marta Yavshanlian of Marash

    • Children;
    • Written on back: "May Huston Memorial child. You have other photo." Detail: "Original May Huston Memorial orphan. MARTA YAVSHANLIAN was taken into the orphanage as a very little girl when she was called 'Wee Marta' in 1908 and she is now 14 years...
    • Coatesville Declaration

    • Meetings; Presidents;
    • Written on back: "President Charles Lukens Huston, Jr. of Lukens Steel Co. presenting President Dwight D. Eisenhower with the 'Coatesville Declaration' at White House ceremonies Tuesday, December 13, 1960. (left to right): Messrs. S. W. Antoville,...
    • Good Steel - a Lukens Tradition

    • Factories;
    • Written on back: "Miss Helen Robertson, Sec. to Mr. C. L. Huston. Dear Miss Robertson: Attached is an enlargement of a picture I recently took in the open hearth, which I thought Mr. Huston might like to have, for framing if he thinks it good...

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