Wow! Thanks Mark! This is great. Bookmarked this one for future reference.
Tony gets an A+ on this project!
WOW, a lot of information there ... Ill be going back there for awhile .... Thanks to all involved..... and to Mark for posting it here....
OMG! Totally awesome resource!!! Hats off to Tony!!!
This would be a great link to add to both the MTFCA and MTFCI home pages.
Mark: Fantastic resource, thanks for sharing. respectfully, jb
We won the lottery! Fabulous job!
Great info and thanks for putting it on for everyone to see! Tim
Wow how long has this been around?
P.S. I hope that if it ever gets to be too much to host this information online, that one of the clubs steps up (and has the opportunity) to preserve it.
Looking at the site's Vanadium Steel pamphlet I was most impressed by the knowledge of metallurgy at such an early point in the application of alloy steels.
Ted, Check this link out - American Vanadium Facts 1914.
Tony was a forum moderator before Bruce I believe.
Check out his whole web site, interesting stuff!!
Tony was a forum moderator for the MTFCI forum during the years MTFCI was cool and the place to hang out for T discussions, like 2002 to 2006(?)
A forum crash at the MTFCA site (or shut down due to discussions that upset the club executives?) forced the T interested to the MTFCI site about 2002 and most stayed there until there was something similar at the MTFCI site and everyone went back to MTFCA and has stayed here since then.
Tony was very ambitious and did a lot of volunteer work for MTFCI like scanning in all those original books and pamphlets. For many years they were hidden behind a password, only to be seen by MTFCI members. Nice to see they are open access now