|LC control no.||n 50077079
|Corporate name heading||Bethlehem Steel Corporation
|Variant(s)||Bethlehem Steel Corp.
|See also||Predecessor: Bethlehem Iron Company
Predecessor: United States Shipbuilding Co.
Pacific Coast Steel Corporation
Bethlehem Steel Company
Bethlehem Mines Corp.
Cornwall Ore Bank Company
Kalman Steel Corp.
Union Iron Works Co.
|Field of activity||Steel industry and trade Holding companies
|Found in||Moody's indust. manual, 1987 (Bethlehem Steel Corporation; inc. Del. July 1, 1919; Feb. 26, 1936 merged the former holding company, Bethlehem Steel Corp. (N.J.), inc. 1904 and 3 wholly owned subsidiaries thereof: Kalman Steel Corp., Bethlehem Mines Corp., and Union Iron Works Co.; Bethlehem Steel Corp. (N.J.) inc. Dec. 10, 1904 as successor to United States Shipbuilding Co.)
NUCMC data from Pa. Hist. and Museum Comm. for Cornwall Ore Bank. Records, 1802-1954 (Cornwall Ore Bank Company, inc. 1864; owner of deposit of iron in Pa. that produced ore for Bethlehem Steel)
Moody's indust. manual, 1962 (Bethlehem Steel Corporation; 1919-1921 acquired Cornwall Ore Banks properties)
DeGH files (Bethlehem Steel Corporation began as the Bethlehem Iron Company, which was in existence from 1860-1901)
Information from 678 converted Dec. 16, 2014 (Incorporated 1904)
Bethlehem Steel Corporation records : (Bethlehem Steel Corporation; incorporated December 10, 1904 in New Jersey; reorganization of the United States Shipbuilding Company and numerous other steelmaking and shipbuilding firms; on February 26, 1936, the Bethlehem Steel Corp. (N.J.), the Kalman Steel Corporation, the Bethlehem Mines Corporation, and the Union Iron Works Company were merged into the Pacific Coast Steel Corporation which was then renamed Bethlehem Steel Corporation. The Pacific Coast Steel Corporation was incorporated in Delaware as the Redington Standard Fittings Company on July 1, 1919 and renamed Pacific Coast Steel Corporation on December 23, 1929. The 1938 merger was made to change the focus of incorporation for Bethlehem Steel Corporation from N.J. to Delaware. Bethlehem Steel Corporation absorbed its principal subsidiary, Bethlehem Steel Company on October 30, 1964 and became an operating company; in 2003 the company was dissolved and its assets acquired by the International Steel Group)
|Not found in||NUCMC data from University of Pittsburgh Libr., Archives of Industrial Society for Bethlehem Mines Corp. Police Dept. Reports, 1926-1935