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Foundry Workers at Fairbanks, Morse & Company | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society

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Foundry Workers at Fairbanks, Morse & Company

Foundry Workers at Fairbanks, Morse & Company | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
Five foundry workers at Fairbanks, Morse & Company, taking a break just outside the door of the building. Workers names: Solomon Deberry, Curtis Barber, two unidentified co-workers, and Deberry's son, Booker T. Deberry. Fairbanks, Morse and Company is best known for building engines of many kinds.
DESCRIPTION
Five foundry workers at Fairbanks, Morse & Company, taking a break just outside the door of the building. Workers names: Solomon Deberry, Curtis Barber, two unidentified co-workers, and Deberry's son, Booker T. Deberry. Fairbanks, Morse and Company is best known for building engines of many kinds.
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:71720
Creation Date:circa 1925
Creator Name:Unknown
City:Beloit
County:Rock
State:Wisconsin
Collection Name:Beloit bicentennial oral history project interviews, 1919-1976
Genre:Photograph
Original Format Type:photographic print, b&w
Original Format Number:PH 3435.55
Original Dimensions:7 x 5 inches
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
From the Arizona Burkes collection.
SUBJECTS
Doors
Hats
Work clothes
Industrial buildings
Metal industry
African Americans
Men
Outdoor photography
Portraits, Group
Signs and signboards
Smoking
Blue collar workers

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