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premium content Memories surface as Martin Tower demolition loomsRetired engineer recalls use of early computers in designing Martin Tower

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Gordon Baker points to an example of the kind of drawing his team would receive from architects to construct beams for Martin Tower, the former home of Bethlehem Steel's white-collar workforce. PHOTO/STACY WESCOE
Gordon Baker points to an example of the kind of drawing his team would receive from architects to construct beams for Martin Tower, the former home of Bethlehem Steel's white-collar workforce. PHOTO/STACY WESCOE

Martin Tower, the former Bethlehem Steel headquarters, stood for nearly 50 years as the Lehigh Valley's tallest building.

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