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Boilermaker History Preservation Department


  • Charles A. Jones - Director, Special Assistant to the International President
  • Mallory Smith - Designer/Technician
  • Dave Stewart - Archivist

Services and Responsibilities

The Boilermaker History Preservation Department works with the Boilermaker Archives to preserve historical artifacts and documents associated with the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, its members, and its lodges.

Boilermaker Museum of Photography and Film

Here you’ll find images and videos depicting our members, the work we do and the things we achieve. The site has been created for the enjoyment and information of our members and their families.

The museum includes many historical images from the Boilermaker archives as well as more contemporary photos of people and events. Browse at your leisure. Click on any image to see a larger version and background information. You can also watch professionally-produced, award-winning videos that tell the Boilermakers' story.


Contact Information

International Brotherhood of Boilermakers
Boilermaker History Preservation Department
753 State Avenue, Ste. 777
Kansas City KS 66101

Latest News

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  • SCOTT HAMMOND, BM-ST of Local 105 (Piketon, Ohio), accepts the John F. Erickson NACBE Safety Award on behalf of his lodge during the 2018 Construction Sector Operations Conference in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, March 5.  L. to r. are IST Bill Creeden, IVP-GL Larry McManamon, NACBE Executive Director Ron Traxler, Hammond and IP Newton Jones.

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  • Starting third from left, l. to r.: Tony Ciferni, Ed Harkins, John Bland, BM-ST Martin Williams and Martin Willis.

    Boilermakers help thwart county right-to-work measure

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