Photograph of guests of the Dollinger Steel fiftieth anniversary celebration admiring a beam spacer in a steelyard warehouse. Several beams are laid out on the right. The beam spacer is on the far left and has a track for which beams can travel onto its right. A sign on the machine says "Beam spacer, for duplicate punching of beams up to 24" deep." Each of the people at the center have a name tag that was given to them upon arrival at the celebration. The man and woman at the center each have a copy of "The Dollinger Story." Other various machines and steelyard materials can be seen in the background.
Tyrrell Historical Library, Beaumont Public Library System, Beaumont, Texas
August 28, 1952
Photographs, black and white
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