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Armco Bulletin, July 1915 - DPLA - 4a2f517450fa859b63e1aae267039f2b (page 24)

Armco Bulletin, July 1915 - DPLA - 4a2f517450fa859b63e1aae267039f2b (page 24)

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This is the July 1915 issue of the Armco Bulletin, a monthly publication "to facilitate an interchange of thought and suggestion, and to create a better understanding of the activities and problems of the Operating Department employees." This bulletin is untitled, but has a patriotic American flag on its cover, for the month in which Independence Day falls. The pagination in this issue continues where the previous issue ended. Pages 165 and 196 are blank, and are not present in the digital object. The portrait page is unpaginated, before page 167, and is included in the page count. Pages 180-181, and 191-192 are unpaginated, and are included in the page count. Table of Contents Signed Portrait of H. O. Miller, Purchasing Agent - Page 166 [unpaginated] The Purchasing and Store Departments and Their Relation to The General Organization of a Business, by H. O. Miller, Purchasing Agent, with photographs and captions - Pages 167-175 Photograph of Newman Ebersole, Ass't. Purchasing Agent, with caption - Page 168 Booze - Worst in War and Worst in Peace - "Collier's" for June 5th, 1915 - Page 175 Industrial Belgium, by Dr. Albert A. Snowden, with illustration - Pages 176-179 The Armco Bulletin, with photograph - Page 180 [unpaginated] Accidents Which Did Not Happen, with photograph - Page 181 [unpaginated] Less Profanity and More Courtesy - Page 181 [unpaginated] Galvanized Sheets - Page 182 Safety First by C. J. Bryne [Byrne] - Page 182 Help It Grow - Cincinnati Enquirer - Page 182 Old Beaver Furnace, with photograph and description - Page 183 An Attack on the United States Mails. On Curtis Avenue, Middletown, with photograph - Page 183 Middletown Hospital, with dhotograph and description - Page 184 Quotations From - and Descriptions of - Armco Men - Page 184 Three Letters : The First : Oscar Mitchell, Matcher No. 7 Mill, to The Central Safety Committee, Middletown, Ohio, May 28, 1915 - Page 185 Three Letters : The Second : The Central Safety Committee [A. K. Lewis, Director Safety and Labor] to Oscar Mitchell, The American Rolling Mill Co., Middletown, Ohio, June 9, 1915 - Page 185 Three Letters : The Third : The General Superintendent [Charles R. Hook] to The Central Safety Committee, The American Rolling Mill Co., Middletown, Ohio, June 11, 1915 - Page 185 Goggles : [A Poem] by F. H. Fanning, with photograph and caption - Page 186 "Has Anybody Here Seen Kelley"? - Page 187 The Manhattan, Asbury Park, N. J., C. H. Beers & Son : Letter From Malinda Johnson to the Manager of the A. R. M. Company, East Side Works, Middletown, Ohio - Page 187 The Magnet, from Puck [Magazine] : illustration - Page 188 Lincoln's Gettysburg Speech (Address at the Dedication of Gettysburg Cemetery), with illustration - Page 189 "Our Own Popular Song." Not by Luke McLuke. A Girl Worked in a Rolling Mill by F. H. Fanning - Page 190 "Biographies of Great Men." by A. J. Sheldon : Ralph Ballard Dimmick, with photograph - Page 191 [unpaginated] Safety Committee for June and July : photograph with caption - Page 192 [unpaginated] Base Ball : "Mickey" Mayer's Philosophy - Page 192 [unpaginated] Amateur Photographs by Frank Fanning, with descriptions - Page 193 Armco Notes - Zanesville Plant : Mont Tice's Triangle : photograph with caption - Page 194 Armco Notes - Zanesville Plant : Zanesville Armco Bulletin Notes, with illustration - Pages 194-195 Universal Danger Sign and Committee Members - Back cover [unpaginated]

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