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Atlantic Steel Company Records

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Atlanta History Center
Creator: Atlantic Steel Company.
Title: Atlantic Steel Company Records
Dates: 1836-2000, undated Bulk: 1901-1982
Quantity: 27.8 linear ft.
Quantity: (52 document cases, 5 record center cartons, 1 negative box, 5 oversize volumes, 2 oversize folders)
Identification: ahc.MSS929

Biographical/Historical Note

The Atlantic Steel Company was chartered in 1901 as the Atlanta Steel Hoop Company to manufacture steel ties for bailing cotton and hoops for binding barrels of rosin. Lacking a local source for the steel ties and binds used to prepare these products for shipment, eight Atlanta entrepreneurs formed the company. The founders were Dr. Abner W. Calhoun, George W. Connors, Charles E. Currier, John N. Goddard, John K. Ottley, J. Carroll Payne, Samuel T. Weyman, and Frank Hawkins. In 1906 the corporate name was changed to Atlanta Steel Company. The company was reorganized and incorporated as Atlantic Steel Company in 1915 and became Atlantic Steel Industries, Inc. in 1983.

Atlantic Steel was governed by a Board of Directors overseen originally by the company president. From 1901 to 1908 the company had three presidents in succession: Samuel T. Weyman, Charles E. Currier and David Woodward. George W. Connors was the first secretary-treasurer but functioned as the chief decision maker and administrator in conjunction with the Board until his resignation in 1907. Thomas K. Glenn followed Woodward as president in 1908. He reorganized the company and added the Executive Committee, which cooperated with the president in the general management of the operation. Glenn eventually obtained complete control over both the Executive Committee and the Board. Upon his resignation as president in 1922, the position of Chairman of the Board was created to allow Glenn to remain active in company management. The presidents after Glenn were Robert Gregg (1922-1933), Charles F. Stone (1933-1947), Robert S. Lynch (1947-1958), Howard B. Johnson (1956-1965), L. Glenn Dewberry, Jr. (1965-1978), William O. Riley (1978-?), and Jesse J. Webb (?-1998).

The Dixisteel trademark was created in 1922 by Charles F. Stone. By the 1950s Atlantic Steel’s Dixisteel™ product line included cotton ties, nails, bale ties, woven wire fence, rivets, wrought washers, welding rods, metal forgings and stampings, and various types of wire products, mainly barbed and galvanized. The market for fabricated steel buildings had grown significantly by 1960 and a subsidiary, Dixisteel Buildings, Inc. (later Atlantic Building Systems, Inc.), was created to focus on this product line.

Confronted by a slumping steel industry, the company built a modernized plant in Cartersville, Georgia, in 1974. In 1979 Atlantic Steel was acquired by Ivaco, Inc. through a stock purchase. The Cartersville plant was sold in 1996, and in the following year Jacoby Development purchased the property on which the main plant was located in midtown Atlanta. Atlantic Steel ceased operations on December 31, 1998. The site is now the home of Atlantic Station, a multi-use complex of residential units, offices, shops, restaurants and entertainment venues.

Sources: Kuniansky, Harry Richard. A Business History of Atlantic Steel Company, 1901-1968. New York: Arno Press, 1976; CorporationWiki http://www.corporationwiki.com/Georgia/Atlanta/atlantic-steel-industries-inc-4593254.aspx (15 January 2010); Atlanta Steel Co. History, Box 37, Folder 5, Atlantic Steel Company Records, MSS 929, Kenan Research Center, Atlanta History Center. “Dixisteel in the Making”, Box 37, Folder 9, Atlantic Steel Company Records, MSS 929, Kenan Research Center, Atlanta History Center. Chronology, Box 37, Folder 5, Atlantic Steel Company Records, MSS 929, Kenan Research Center, Atlanta History Center. Jacobs, Hal. “Forging a Forgotten Century,” Creative Loafing, December 12, 1998; Southern Currents http://www.southerncurrents.com/misc/steel.htm (19 October 2009).


Scope and Content Note

This collection consists of the administrative, financial, legal, and marketing records of the Atlantic Steel Company. Included are minutes for the Board of Directors, the Atlantic Building Systems, Inc. and Dixisteel Buildings, Inc. Boards and other groups. The records also include audit reports, annual reports, land records, catalogs and sales notebooks, contracts, leases, agreements, tax certificates, and insurance policies. The collection contains the records of the Corporate Public Relations and Advertising Department for roughly the 1950s to 1982. These records consist of The Dixisteel Ladle newsletter, subject files, speeches and files documenting company activities, newspaper clippings from the 1970s, correspondence with state and national legislators and other material that provides information on employees and Atlantic Steel history.


Arrangement

This collection is organized into two series: I. Administrative files, arranged alphabetically by topic, and II. Public relations files, arranged alphabetically by topic.


Index Terms

American Iron and Steel Institute.
Atlanta Steel Company.
Atlanta Steel Hoop Company.
Atlantic Steel Industries, Inc.
Audits
Dewberry, L. Glenn
Dixisteel Buildings, Inc.
Glenn, Thomas Kearney, 1868-1946
Gregg, Robert
Iron and steel workers--Georgia--Atlanta
Ivaco, Inc.
Johnson, Howard B.
Ledgers (account books)
Lynch, Robert S.
Riley, William O.
Steel industry and trade--Georgia--Atlanta
Stone, Charles F., b. 1883
Webb, Jesse J.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation:

[identification of item(s)], Atlantic Steel Company Records, MSS 929, Kenan Research Center, Atlanta History Center.

Acquisition Information:

Gift of Connor F. Nelson, 2000 (2000.196); Atlantic Steel Industries, Inc, 1998 (1998.121), 2000 (2000.199); Neil Harmon, 2004 (2004.236).

Processing Information:

Collection processed in 2009.


Restrictions

Restrictions on Access:

This collection is open for research.

Restrictions on Use:

Unpublished manuscripts are protected by copyright. All requests to publish, quote, or reproduce must be submitted through the Kenan Research Center.


Related Material

Atlantic Steel Company Photographs, VIS ???, Kenan Research Center, Atlanta History Center.


Container List

 

Series 1: Administrative files, 1836–2000, undated. Bulk: 1901-1982

17.4 linear ft. (28 document cases, 5 record center cartons, 5 oversize volumes, 2 oversize folders)
This series consists of administrative, financial, legal, and marketing records of the Atlantic Steel Company. It includes minutes for the Board of Directors, the Atlantic Building Systems, Inc. (Dixisteel Buildings, Inc.) Board, the Audit Committee, early Stockholders annual meetings, staff meetings, and other groups. The series also contains annual reports, audit reports, numerous deeds and plats, and marketing and sales records. An employee handbook and supervisor manuals provide information on the human resources aspect of the company. Also included in this series are various financial records; legal documentation such as contracts, leases, agreements, and tax certificates; and insurance policies from the company’s early days.

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11Annual reports, 1927-1936
2Annual reports, 1955-1964
3Annual reports, 1965-1969
4Annual reports, 1970-1974
5Annual reports, 1975-1978
6Atlantic Steel of Tennessee, 1928-1954

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OS 2.378Atlantic Steel of Tennessee stock certificates, 1928

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17Atlantic Steel of Texas, 1928-1954

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21Audit reports, 1908-1914
2Audit reports, 1915-1921
3Audit reports, 1922-1926
4Audit reports, 1927-1931
5Audit reports, 1932-1934
6Audit reports, 1936-1937

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31Audit reports, 1938-1940
2Audit reports, 1941-1943
3Audit reports, 1944-1945
4Audit reports, 1946-1947
5Audit reports, 1948-1949
6Audit reports, 1950-1951

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41Audit reports, 1952-1953
2Audit reports, 1954-1955
3Audit reports, 1956-1960
4Audit reports, 1961-1965
5Audit reports, 1966-1976

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51Bootstrap Committee, 1962-1964
2Bootstrap Committee, 1962-1964
3By-laws, 1974-1980
4By-laws changes, 1948-1983
5Correspondence, 1915-1941
6D. Nichols and Sons statements, 1906
7Directors, 1987
8Employee handbook, 1987-1991

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101Finance – Accounts, 1909-1918

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6Finance – DGCI General ledger, 1965-1970

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OS 4.346Finance – Ledger: Check and invoice register, 1907-1909

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OS 4.347Finance – Ledger: Financial journal, 1907-1909

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OS 4.348Finance – Ledger: Monthly statements, 1915-1947

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6Finance – Ledger: Monthly statements, 1922-1950

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7Finance – Ledger: Monthly statements and inventories (Also includes stockholder minutes), 1909-1950

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8Finance – Ledger: Monthly statements and production costs, 1908-1950

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9Finance – Ledger: Payroll, 1917-1943

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102Finance – Ledger: Payroll, 1906-1957
3Financial statements – Plant accounts and depreciation, 1915-1933
4Financing offering memorandum and consolidated long range financial statements, 1974
5Insurance, 1908-1909
6Insurance – Fidelity and Casualty Company – Fly-Wheel, 1909-1920
7Insurance – Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland, 1914-1922
8Insurance – General Accident Fire and Life Assurance Corporation, 1912-1914
9Insurance – Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company – Boilern, 1907-1922
10Insurance – Maryland Casualty Company – Automobile, 1910-1921

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111Insurance – Miscellaneous companies, 1907-1918
2Insurance – Travelers Insurance Company - Liability, 1914-1921
3Insurance – United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company, 1911-1915
4Job responsibilities, undated
5Legal agreements, 1906-1920
6Legal agreements, 1914-1925
7Legal agreements, 1928-1939
8Legal agreements, 1935-1955
9Legal – Contracts, 1909-1915
10Legal – Fence machine contract with Holmquist, 1920, 1928
11Legal – Guarantee Bond – Robert Gregg, 1909-1912

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121Legal – Leases, 1905-1914, 1949
2Legal – Licenses, 1911-1923
3Legal – Miscellaneous, 1908-1914
4Legal – Tax registration, 1951-1995
5Legal – Trust mortgage, 1910-1915
6Mill profitability analysis, 1970
7Minutes – [Atlantic Building Systems]/Dixisteel Buildings Board of Directors, 1960-1963
8Minutes – [Atlantic Building Systems]/Dixisteel Buildings Board of Directors, 1964-1971
9Minutes – Atlantic Building Systems Board of Directors, 1971-1975

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131Minutes – Atlantic Building Systems Board of Directors, 1976
2Minutes – Atlantic Building Systems Board of Directors, 1977-1979
3Minutes – Atlantic Steel Company Syndicate, 1910
4Minutes – Audit Committee, 1974 Nov-1977
5Minutes – Audit Committee, 1978
6Minutes – Board of Directors, 1901-1906

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141Minutes – Board of Directors, 1906-1913
2Minutes – Board of Directors, 1915
3Minutes – Board of Directors, 1916-1919
4Minutes – Board of Directors, 1920-1922
5Minutes – Board of Directors, 1923-1926
6Minutes – Board of Directors, 1927-1929

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151Minutes – Board of Directors, 1930-1933
2Minutes – Board of Directors, 1934-1937
3Minutes – Board of Directors, 1938-1940
4Minutes – Board of Directors, 1941-1944
5Minutes – Board of Directors, 1945-1947
6Minutes – Board of Directors, 1948-1949
7Minutes – Board of Directors, 1950-1952

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161Minutes – Board of Directors, 1953-1954
2Minutes – Board of Directors, 1955
3Minutes – Board of Directors, 1956-1958
4Minutes – Board of Directors, 1959-1960
5Minutes – Board of Directors, 1961
6Minutes – Board of Directors, 1962
7Minutes – Board of Directors, 1963-1964

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171Minutes – Board of Directors, 1965-1966
2Minutes – Board of Directors, 1967-1969
3Minutes – Board of Directors, 1970-1971
4Minutes – Board of Directors, 1972
5Minutes – Board of Directors, 1973-1974
6Minutes – Board of Directors, 1975

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181Minutes – Board of Directors, 1976
2Minutes – Board of Directors, 1977
3Minutes – Board of Directors, 1978
4Minutes – Board of Directors, 1979
5Minutes – Board of Directors, 1980
6Minutes – Board of Directors, 1981-1982
7Minutes – Foremen/Superintendents, 1918, 1939
8Minutes – Joint Advisory Productivity Committee, 1972
9Minutes – Operating Committee, 1979-1980

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191Minutes – Staff, 1960
2Minutes – Staff, 1961
3Minutes – Staff, 1962-1964
4Minutes – Stockholders Annual Meeting, 1901-1912

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7Minutes – Stockholders [in ledger with monthly statements and inventories], 1909-1922

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195Miscellaneous, 1908-1941
6Miscellaneous, 1916-1929, 1963
7Miscellaneous financial records, 1909-1918
8Mississippi Steel Company, 1960-1964
9Mississippi Steel Company, 1960-1964

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201Planning proposal, 1987
2Planning proposal, 1987

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OS 4.350Property control sheets, 1912-1955

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203Property – Land records – District 14, Land Lot 121 – Deeds, 1924
4Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 108 – Deeds, 1916-1917
5Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 108 – Deeds, 1925-1928
6Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 108 – Deeds, 1927-1928
7Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 108 – Deeds, 1930
8Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 108 – Deeds, 1938
9Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 108 – Deeds, 1938-1940
10Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 108 – Deeds, 1948
11Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 108 – Deeds, 1940-1964
12Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 108 – Deeds, 1966-1968
13Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 108 – Miscellaneous, 1928-1930
14Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 108 and 148 – Deeds, 1840-1845, 1933
15Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 147 – Deeds, 1836, 1883
16Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 148 – Deeds, 1881-1917
17Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 148 – Deeds, 1896-1907
18Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 148 – Deeds, 1917
19Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 148 – Deeds, 1935, 1938

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211Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 148-149, 1929, 1941-1942
2Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 148-149 – Deeds, 1935, 1938
3Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 148-149 – Plat, 1889
4Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 148, 149, 150 – Deeds, 1944
5Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 149 – Abstracts – Parcels 2-5, 1942
6Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 149 – Abstracts – Parcels 6-9, 1942
7Property – Land records – District 17, Land Lot 149 – Abstracts – Parcels 10-14, 1942
8Property – Land records – Florida, 1923-1929

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FF 242Property – Land records – Fulton County, Georgia – Plats, 1905-1938

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219Property – Land records – Index, 1935

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221Property – Land records – Plats, 1970
2Property – Land records – South Carolina, 1928-1944
3Property – Land records – Stanley Lennick, 1923-1924
4Property – Land records – Warranty deeds [Photocopies], 1901-1968
5Property – Land records – Warranty deeds [Photocopies], 1901-1968
6Property – Land records – Warranty deeds [Photocopies], 1901-1968
7Property – Miscellaneous, 1927-1941
8Renegotiation of war-work contracts, 1936-1946

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231Renegotiation of war-work contracts, 1936-1946
2Renegotiation of war-work contracts, 1936-1946
3Renegotiation of war-work contracts, 1936-1946
4Reports, 1936-1996
5Resignations of officers and directors, 1915-1916
6Rod and merchant mill proposal – Morgan Construction Company, 1954
7Sales – C. F. Williams [Book 1], 1947-1950
8Sales – C. F. Williams [Book 1], 1947-1950
9Sales – C. F. Williams [Book 2], 1947-1950

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241Sales – C. F. Williams [Book 2], 1947-1950
2Sales – C. F. Williams [Book 3], 1950-1952
3Sales – C. F. Williams [Book 3], 1950-1952
4Sales – C. F. Williams [Book 4], 1950-1954
5Sales – C. F. Williams [Book 4], 1950-1954
6Sales – Catalog, 1918
7Sales – Catalog, 1918

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251Sales – Catalog [notebook], 1962-1974
2Sales – Catalog [notebook], 1962-1974
3Sales – Catalog, 1961, 1970, undated
4Sales – Catalog, 1969-1981
5Sales – Claim book, 1923-1955

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OS 4.349Sales – Ledger: Record of sales, 1947-1951

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26Sales – Ledger: Sales and expense comparisons, 1907-1961

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271Sales – Monthly reports, 1973
2Sales – Monthly reports, 1973
3Sales – Monthly reports, 1974
4Sales – Monthly reports, 1974
5Sales – Monthly reports, 1979
6Sales – Monthly reports, 1979

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281Sales – Monthly reports, 1980
2Sales – Monthly reports, 1980
3Sales – North Carolina customers – A-F, not including Charlotte, 1934-1956
4Sales – North Carolina customers – Charlotte, 1934-1956
5Sales – North Carolina customers – G-H, 1934-1956

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291Sales – North Carolina customers – H-L, 1934-1956
2Sales – North Carolina customers – M-S, 1934-1956
3Sales – North Carolina customers – T-W, 1934-1956
4Sales – Prices [notebook], 1947-1975
5Sales – Prices [notebook], 1947-1975
6Sales – Rolled products notebook, 1960-1974

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301Sales – Rolled products notebook, 1960-1974
2Sales – Sales book, 1929-1950
3Sales – Sales book, 1929-1950
4Sales – Sales book, 1929-1950
5Sales – Sales book, 1929-1950
6Sales – Sales book, 1930-1947

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311Sales – Sales book, 1930-1947
2Sales – Sales book, 1930-1947
3Sales – [Sales book – Roy W. Pitts], ca. 1940
4Sales – Wire products info, 1954-1984
5Sales – Wire products info, 1954-1984
6Sales – Wire products notebook, 1947-1958

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321Sales – Wire products notebook, 1947-1961
2Sales – Wire products notebook, 1947-1961
3Site remediation agreement, 1999-2000
4Southern Iron and Equipment Company easement agreement, 1943-1949
5Stock – Common Stock, 1955
6Stock – Common Stock, 1955

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331Stock – Common Stock, 1955
2Stockholders, 1901-1918
3Stocks, 1915, 1918
4Supervisor’s Manual No. 4 – John S. Cottongim, 1965-1980
5Supervisor’s Manual No. 4 – John S. Cottongim, 1965-1980
6Supervisor’s Manual No. 9 – F. S. Gregory, 1965-1982
7Supervisor’s Manual No. 9 – F. S. Gregory, 1965-1982

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341Supervisor’s Manual No. 9 – F. S. Gregory, 1965-1982
 

Series 2: Public relations files, 1905–1984, undated

10.4 linear ft. (24 document cases, 1 negative box)
This series consists primarily of the records of the Corporate Public Relations and Advertising Department. Included are issues of The Dixisteel Ladle newsletter from 1936 to 1982, employee files, subject files, publications, speeches, and files documenting company activities such as the Quarter Century Club, open houses, dedications, and a speaker’s bureau. Scattered throughout this series is correspondence of company officials with numerous state and national legislators, some of which pertains to substantive issues pertaining to the steel industry.

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342American Iron and Steel Institute [AISI], 1978-1979
3American Iron and Steel Institute [AISI], 1978-1979
4AISI, 1978-1979
5AISI, 1978-1979
6AISI, 1978-1979
7AISI, 1979-1982

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351AISI, 1979-1982
2AISI, 1979-1982
3AISI – Iron and Steel capacities, 1979-1982
4AISI, 1979-1980
5AISI, 1979-1980
6AISI, 1980
7AISI, 1980
8AISI, 1980-1981

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361AISI, 1980-1981
2AISI Economics Seminar, Georgia Tech, Oct. 27-29, 1976, 1974-1976
3AISI Economics Seminar, Georgia Tech, Oct. 27-29, 1976, 1974-1976
4AISI Economics Seminar, Georgia Tech, Oct. 27-29, 1976, 1974-1976
5AISI – Government relations, 1980-1981
6AISI – Government relations, 1980-1981
7AISI news, 1980-1981

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371AISI – Report on a semantics study among steelworkers, 1966
2Atlanta Defense Day, 1951
3Atlantic Steel Co. advertisements, undated
4Atlantic Steel Co. – Chronology, 1978
5Atlantic Steel Co. [ASCO] – History, 1976-1979
6Atlantic Steel Co. – History – Chapter 5, C. F. Stone manuscript – “The Story of Dixie Steel”, undated
7Atlantic Steel Co. info, 1910-1980
8Atlantic Steel Co. info, 1910-1980
9Atlantic Steel Co. info, 1910-1980

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381Atlantic Steel Co. info, 1910-1980
2[Atlantic Steel Co. – Information and history], 1942-1979
3Atlantic Steel Co. information, 1963, 1979-1980
4Atlantic Steel Co. info, 1984, undated
5[Better Business Bureau – Phony invoices], 1974-1978
6[Better Business Bureau – Phony invoices], 1975-1979
7Blooming Mill dedication, 1956-1975
8Blooming Mill dedication, 1956-1975

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391[Brochures, publications re: steel production], 1966-1977, undated
2[Cartersville dedication], 1972-1976
3Cartersville dedication/Open house, 1948-1976
4Cartersville dedication/Open house, 1948-1976
5Cartersville dedication/Open house, 1948-1976
6Cartersville mill, 1974-1976
7[Cartersville open house], 1971-1978

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401[Cartersville open house], 1971-1978
2[Cartersville open house], 1971-1978
3[Cartersville groundbreaking], 1966-1974
4[Cartersville groundbreaking], 1966, 1974-1976
5[Cartersville groundbreaking], 1966, 1974-1976
6Cartersville plant, 1978
7Cartersville plant, 1978
8[Cartersville plant], 1974-1977

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411[Cartersville plant], 1978-1980
2[Cartersville plant], 1978-1980
3[Cartersville plant], 1979-1980
4Chamber of Commerce, Atlanta, 1979-1980
5Chamber of Commerce, Atlanta, 1978
6Chamber of Commerce, Georgia, 1980
7Chamber of Commerce, National, 1979-1980
8Civitan Club of Atlanta, 1980
9Conference Board, 1979-1980

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421[Contributions], 1977-1980
2[Correspondence], 1967-1980
3[Department info], 1973-1974
4[Directors/Presidents/Employees], 1928-1979

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58Employee index cards, 1917-1986

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425Employee info, 1980, undated
6[Employee newsletter] – News Briefs, 1968-1976
7Employees’ Newsletter, 1961-1978
8Employees’ Newsletter, 1961-1978
9Form letters, 1926-1940

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431[Georgia Business and Industry Association (GBIA)], 1978-1979
2[Georgia Business and Industry Association (GBIA)], 1969-1980
3[Georgia Business and Industry Association (GBIA)], 1969-1980
4Ivaco, Ltd., 1979-1984
5Long range planning, 1973 Nov
6Long range planning, 1973 Nov
7[Miscellaneous], 1950-1975

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441[Miscellaneous], 1950-1975
2[Miscellaneous], 1957-1976
3[Miscellaneous], 1957-1976
4[Miscellaneous], 1965-1977
5[Miscellaneous], 1965-1979
6[Miscellaneous], 1965-1979
7[Miscellaneous], 1965-1979

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451[Miscellaneous], 1971-1979
2[Miscellaneous], 1971-1979
3Miscellaneous, 1917-1971
4Miscellaneous, 1917-1971
5Miscellaneous, 1917-1971
6[National Association of Manufacturers], 1979
7National Association of Manufacturers, 1980
8[Newsletters] – The Dixisteel Ladle, 1936-1939

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461[Newsletters] – The Dixisteel Ladle, 1940-1941
2[Newsletters] – The Dixisteel Ladle, 1942
3[Newsletters] – The Dixisteel Ladle, 1943
4[Newsletters] – The Dixisteel Ladle, 1944-1945
5[Newsletters] – The Dixisteel Ladle, 1949-1951
6[Newsletters] – The Dixisteel Ladle, 1952-1954
7[Newsletters] – The Dixisteel Ladle, 1956-1957

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471[Newsletters] – The Dixisteel Ladle, 1960-1964
2[Newsletters] – The Dixisteel Ladle, 1965 - 1966 May-June
3[Newsletters] – The Ladle, 1966 July-Aug - 1967
4[Newsletters] – The Ladle, 1968-1969
5[Newsletters] – The Ladle, 1970-1972
6[Newsletters] – The Ladle, 1973-1974
7[Newsletters] – The Ladle, 1975-1976
8[Newsletters] – The Ladle, 1978-1979
9[Newsletters] – The Ladle, 1980
10[Newsletters] – The Ladle, 1981-1982
11[Newsletter] – Ladle miscellaneous, 1964, 1980
12[Occupations and cost centers], 1984-1987

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481[Open house], 1948-1971
2Open house intercompany correspondence, 1964-1971
3Political action, 1977-1978
4Political action, 1976-1979
5Political action, 1976-1979
6Press releases, 1972-1979

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491Public affairs, 1978-1980
2Public affairs, 1978-1980
3Public affairs, 1979-1981
4Public affairs, 1979-1981
5Public relations, 1952-1969, undated
6Publicity, 1966-1967

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501Publicity, 1972
2Publicity, 1973-1974
3Publicity, 1974
4Publicity [Originals], 1974
5Publicity, 1975
6[Publicity], 1979-1991

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511[Publicity] - Scrapbook, 1955
2Quarter Century Club, 1962-1973
3Quarter Century Club, 1974-1975
4Quarter Century Club, 1976-1977
5Quarter Century Club, 1978-1982
6[Recognitions], 1975-1976
7[Resources] – American Iron and Steel Institute, Regional Technical Meetings : Addresses and Papers, 1957

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521[Resources] – American Iron and Steel Institute, Steel Products Manual : Carbon Steel Wire, Section 16, 1947
2[Resources] – Association of Iron and Steel Engineers, The Modern Strip Mill, 1941
3[Resources] – Association of Iron and Steel Engineers, Serving Men and Industry for Seventy-Five Years, 1982
4[Resources] – Harbison-Walker Refractories Company, Modern Refractory Practice, 1950

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531[Resources] – Kuniansky, Harry Richard, A Business History of Atlanta Steel Company, 1901-1968, 1976
2[Resources] – Republic Steel Corporation, “How to Erect Farm Fences,”, undated
3[Resources] – Thomas’ Register of American Manufacturers and First Hands in All Lines, The Buyers’ Guide, 1905-1906
4[Resources] – Wire Reinforcement Institutes, “W-Number : Wire Sizes – Cold Drawn Wire and Welded Wire Fabric,”, 1971
5Rod Mill publicity, 1969-1984
6Service award program, 1982

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541[Sources], 1965-1970, undated
2Speakers Bureaus and Employee Communications, 1957-1965
3Speech – C. Mills to Kiwanis Club, 1980 Nov 25
4Speech file, 1954-1981
5Speech file, 1954-1981
6Speeches – ASCO, 1976-1981
7Speeches – ASCO, 1973-1975

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551Speeches – ASCO, 1969-1972
2Speeches – ASCO, 1954-1967
3Speeches – ASCO, undated
4Speeches – Civitan, 1971-1978
5Speeches – Civitan, 1979-1980
6Speeches – Not ASCO, 1981

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561Speeches – Not ASCO, 1980 May-Dec
2Speeches – Not ASCO, 1980 Jan-Apr
3Speeches – Not ASCO, 1979 Mar-Dec
4Speeches – Not ASCO, 1978 Aug-1979 Feb
5Speeches – Not ASCO, 1978 Jan-July
6Speeches – Not ASCO, 1957-1977
7Speeches – Steel Crisis & Import crisis, 1982

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571Statistics, Industry, 1976-1978
2[Steel publications], 1986
3Stockholders – Interim reports, correspondence, 1971-1974
4Stockholders – Notice of annual meetings, 1971-1978
5Wire Association, 1980
6Wire Mill flow chart, 1960