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Guide to the Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton Corporation Records, 1854-1925 M0015
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This collection represents a small portion of the records of the Philadelphia steam locomotive production firm known as the Baldwin Locomotive Works until its merger with Lima-Hamilton Corporation. The materials include ledgers, specification books, and drawings for construction and decoration of locomotives, as well as publications of the company. One book deals with the railroads of South America. The collection also includes 436 copy slides (done in 1985) of paint books numbers 1 and 2.
Baldwin Locomotive Works, a Philadelphia steam locomotive production firm founded in 1831, eventually merged with the Lima-Hamilton Corporation and became the Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton Corporation.
5.5 Linear feet
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