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Description: "Arnold Hartmann, using skill, ingenuity, and scrap metal, built this Reeves & Company steam engine in his basement workshop."
Description: Workers of the Malleable Iron Range Company assemble stove-top ranges. Caption on stereoview reads, "No 14. The building floor where eight different sets o...
Description: Workers prepare castings for further assembly at the Malleable Iron Range Company. Caption on stereoview reads, "No. 10 One section of the polishing room,...
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Description: View of the engine room at the Malleable Iron Range Company. Caption on stereoview reads, "No. 18 A partial view of the engine room where the electricity i...
Description: View of the press room. Caption on stereoview reads, "No. 12 One corner of the press room where the sheet metal parts of Monarch ranges are made. Malleable...
Description: "Ralph Widmer blows snow off the sidewalk along Wisconsin Street."
Description: A man operates the polishing machine at Malleable Iron Range Company. Caption on stereoview reads, "No. 11 One of the automatic polishing machines which sa...
Description: "Arnold Hartmann, Mayville, displays a 1/3 scale model Fuller & Johnson gas engine. The engine was machined by Arnie in his elaborate machine shop."
Description: View of the work area along windows where casting inspection takes place. Caption on stereoview reads, "No. 9 View showing one of the straightening benches...
Description: CEO Joe Widmer stands in the newly added area used for cheese packaging.
Description: Factory worker holding an artillery shell manufactured at Malleable Iron Range Co.
Description: "Widmer's Cheese Cellars. (l-r) Harvey Kamrath, Ralph, Joe, and John Widmer scoop brick cheese curds out of the vat. Widmers are now in their 56th year of...
Description: Each Brick Cheese is packed in an airtight bag. A machine draws all the air out of the bag and a clip is applied. By dipping each package in hot water, the...
Description: Men and women employed by Malleable Iron Range Co. making artillery shells to be used in the Korean War.
Description: A worker operates a moulding [sic] machine. Caption on stereoview reads, "No. 2 One of the types of moulding machines in monarch foundries where machine mo...
Description: "Ruben Bintzler, Fred Bandlow, Dotty & Ollie Justman, relax in the Bandlow workshop."
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