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Chemistry: Industrial Hygiene Collection

Industrial Hygiene Collection

INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE COLLECTION

Air Hygiene Foundation of America, Inc. (1936-1940)

  • Information Circular, No. 1: Purposes and regulations of Air Hygiene Foundation of America, Inc.
    Pittsburgh, PA. 12 pp. (1936). Superseded by No. 2.
  • Information Circular, No. 2: Purposes and regulations of Air Hygiene Fondation of America, Inc.
    Pittsburgh, PA. 13 pp. (1936).
  • Information Circular, No. 3: What, why, where?
    Pittsburgh, PA. (1938).

    Mellon Institute

 Annual Reports: RC 963.I4an                                

  • 1964: Annual Report. Industrial Hygiene Foundation of America, Inc.
    Pittsburgh, PA. 23 pp. (1964).
  • 1965: Annual Report. Industrial Hygiene Foundation of America, Inc.
    Pittsburgh, PA. 24 pp. (1965).
  • 1966: Annual Report. Industrial Hygiene Foundation of America, Inc.
    Pittsburgh, PA. 18 pp. (1966).
  • 1967: Annual Report. Industrial Hygiene Foundation of America, Inc.
    Pittsburgh, PA. 26 pp. (1967).
  • 1968: Annual Report. Industrial Hygiene Foundation of America, Inc.
    Pittsburgh, PA. 20 pp. (1968).
  • 1969: Annual Report. Industrial Hygiene Foundation of America, Inc.
    Pittsburgh, PA. 13 pp. (1969).
  • 1970: Annual Report. Industrial Health Foundation of America, Inc.
    Pittsburgh, PA. 14 pp. (1970).

Industrial Hygiene Digest

  • Industrial Hygiene Digestv. v.1-55 (1937 - 1991)

 Industrial Hygiene Foundation of America, Inc. (1941-1969)

  • Industrial Hygiene Foundation; defend the defense worker.
    Pittsburgh, PA. 8 pp. (1941)                                                                                                 .
  • Healthy workers help US win.
    Pittsburgh, PA. 8 pp. (1942).
  • Production comes from people.
    Pittsburgh, PA. 8 pp. (1942).
  • Conserving manpower in war industries.
    Pittsburgh, PA. 8 pp. (1942).
  • Conserving manpower in war industries. 2nd ed.
    Pittsburgh, PA. 8 pp. (1942).
  • More manpower through reduction of absences; a panel discussion.
    Pittsburgh, PA. 63 pp. (1943).
  • What about blood donations by war workers?
    Pittsburgh, PA. 7 pp. (1943).
  • Industrial Hygiene Foundation, an association of industries for the advancement of healthful working.
    (1944).
  • Portfolio of selected publicity on ninth annual meeting.
    Pittsburgh, PA. (1945).
  • A better place to work: keynote address at the 12th annual meeting / by W. B. Given, Jr.
    Pittsburgh, PA. 9 pp. (1947).
  • Safety in sandblasting: a manual.
    Washington, D.C.: National Industrial Sand Association. 32 pp. (1948).
  • Memo to members.
    Pittsburgh, PA. 8 pp. (1948).
  • Activities and members of the Industrial Hygiene Foundation.
    Pittsburgh, PA. 13 pp. (1954).RC 963.I4ac
  • Industrial Hygiene Highlights, vol. 1 / Lester V. Cralley, ed. Industrial Hygiene Foundation of America, Inc.
    Pittsburgh, PA. 381 pp. (1968).RC 963. I41