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American Iron and Steel Institute

  The American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) is an association of North American steel producers. With its predecessor organizations, is one of the oldest trade associations in the United States, dating back to 1855. It assumed its present form in 1908, with Judge Elbert H. Gary, chairman of the United States Steel Corporation, as its first president. Its development was in response to the need for a cooperative agency in the iron and steel industry for collecting and disseminating statistics and information, carrying on investigations, providing a forum for the discussion of problems and generally advancing the interests of the industry.

Elbert H. Gary Medal

Since 1927, the AISI has awarded an annual medal, named for its first president, to an outstanding leader within the North American steel industry. Awardees of the Elbert H. Gary Medal include:

  • 1991: Frank W. Luerssen[1]
  • 1997: Joseph F. Toot Jr.[2]
  • 2003: John T. Mayberry [3]
  • 2004: Daniel R. DiMicco [4]
  • 2005: David Sutherland [5]
  • 2006: John P. Surma[6]

See also

  • AISI steel grades


  1. ^ Staff (27 May 1991) "Luerssen recipient of medal" American Metal Market 99(101): p.6
  2. ^ Staff (December 1997) "Toot retires as Timken's president" New Steel 13(12): p. 18
  3. ^ "John T. Mayberry Awarded 2003 Gary Memorial Medal at AISI General Meeeting" 15 May 2003
  4. ^ "Daniel R. Dimicco Awarded 2004 Gary Memorial Medal at AISI General Meeting" 4 May 2004
  5. ^ "David Sutherland Awarded 2005 Gary Memorial Medal At AISI General Meeting" 23 May 2005
  6. ^ Robertson, Scott (11 May 2006) "U.S. Steel's Surma awarded AISI's Gary Medal" American Metal Market 114(18-4): p.7

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