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Patterns for Large Ring Gears

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DESCRIPTION

Original Falk caption reads, "General view of the pattern shop taken as part of Allis Chalmers-Duval." Photo series for Bill Wyse. The core box in the foreground is representative of some coregraph box components used to manufacture large split ring gears. Men in photo are E. Kothrade, W. Mimberger, J. Satorus, R. Schienbein, K. Guetz, A. Kaja, A. Dziomba, R. Reimer, and C. Seui."

RECORD DETAILS

Image ID: 50512

Creation Date: 1969-01-06 

Creator Name: Unknown

City: Milwaukee

County: Milwaukee

State: Wisconsin

Collection Name: Falk Collection

Genre: Photograph

Original Format Type: negative, original

Original Format Number: PH 6524, EG 44541

Original Dimensions: 10 x 8 inches

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Original Falk negative number: EG 44541. Negative originally filed under the Gears-Commercial-Large category at the Falk Corporation. Falk caption reads, "Cross reference with Shop-Pattern Shop." "35mm Slide Number 769-2C."

SUBJECTS

Blue collar workers

Clothing and dress

Factories

Industries

Machinery

Machinery industry

Manufacturing industries

Men

Metal industry

Metal trade

Persons

Work

Work clothes

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