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ASARCO photos 1948-1990
Date: 2/3/2009 Album ID: 453964
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January 31, 1968 - SMOKE COMES OUT -- Smoke comes from the tall stack of American Smelting and Refining Co. Tuesday as furnaces come to life prior to production Wednesday. Officials have announced intention to resume operations and have said workers who do not return to their jobs may be permanently replaced. A sign in the foreground, placed by local striking United Steelworkers Union members reads Local 509 On Strike. (Times Staff Photo by Milburn)
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May 25, 1980 - ASARCO WORKER MANUEL BERNEL IN PROTECTIVE GEAR (Times staff photo by David Kennedy)
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May 25, 1980 - NO. 2 SULFURIC ACID PLANT -- PART OF SMELTER MODERNIZATION
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May 1980 - The El Paso Plant of ASARCO Incorporated Wednesday, May 28, 1980, will hold dedication ceremonies for its recently completed environmental and modernization program. New facilities now occupy more than two-thirds of the plant site.
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May 4, 1957 - PICKETS -- International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, on strike against the American Smelting and Refining Co., took shelter under a makeshift shade Friday. Firing of two employees brought about the walkout which closed the huge smelter. (Times staff photo)
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September 15, 1971 - OPEN PILOT PLANT -- K. D. Loughridge, left, vice president for American Smelting and Refining Co., cut the ribbon to officially open the new sulphur pilot plant dedicated at the ASARCO El Paso smelter Tuesday. At Right is John A. Lentz, vice president and general manager of Phelps-Dodge Corp., which joins ASARCO in the pilot plant project.
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September 1, 1954 - SAFETY COMMITTEEMEN HONORED -- The co-operative direction fo the AS&R safety program by the plant's safety committees contributed largely to the completion of more than two-million man hours of service at the El Paso plant without an accident. Safety committeemen are, left to right, front row: Carlos Islas, assistant to the manager of safety and employment; Carlos Duarte and Pedro Vasquez; back row, left to right, Panfilo Duenez, member of the foreman's safety committee; F. W. Archibald, assistant general superintendent of the plant; W. C. Cunningham, manager safety and employment, B. D. Roberts, plant manager, Manuel Apraiz, Eduardo Rodriguez and T. J. Woodside. Apriz, Rodriguez and Vasquez are departmental safety committeemen.
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ASARCO PLANT SIGN MAY 1980
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July 16, 1993 - The Asarco smelter was fined for overpollution. (Times file photo)
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