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Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Grundläggning i Nr 21 kv. Näckström.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Grundläggning i...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Grundläggning i Nr 21 kv. Näckström.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Grundläggning i Nr 21 kv. Näckström.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Grundläggning i...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Grundläggning i Nr 21 kv. Näckström.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Grundläggning i Nr 6 kv. Näckström.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Grundläggning i...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Grundläggning i Nr 6 kv. Näckström.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Byggnads AB Contractor.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Byggnads AB Con...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Byggnads AB Contractor.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Betongpålar till kv. Näckström 22.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Betongpålar til...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Betongpålar till kv. Näckström 22.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Grundläggning i Nr 21 kv. Näckström.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Grundläggning i...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Grundläggning i Nr 21 kv. Näckström.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 2...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Grundläggning i Nr 6 kv. Näckström.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Grundläggning i...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Grundläggning i Nr 6 kv. Näckström.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Grundläggning i Nr 21 kv. Näckström.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Grundläggning i...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Grundläggning i Nr 21 kv. Näckström.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Grundläggning i Nr 6 kv. Näckström.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Grundläggning i...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Grundläggning i Nr 6 kv. Näckström.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 2...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Stockholms Enskilda Bank Kv Näckström.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Stockholms Ensk...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Stockholms Enskilda Bank Kv Näckström.

Skioptikonbild med motiv av Skånes Enskilda Bank, Helsingör, 1903.Bilden har förvarats i kartong märkt: Helsingborg- Helsingör 1903.

Skioptikonbild med motiv av Skånes Enskilda Bank, Helsingör, 1903.Bild...

Skioptikonbild med motiv av Skånes Enskilda Bank, Helsingör, 1903.Bilden har förvarats i kartong märkt: Helsingborg- Helsingör 1903.

The Relation of the Individual to the State: Socrates and His Friends Discuss "The Republic," as in Plato's Account; Color Study for Mural, Supreme Court Room, Saint Paul, Minnesota State Capitol, Saint Paul
The Relation of the Individual to the State: Socrates and His Friends Discuss "The Republic," as in Plato's Account; Color Study for Mural, Supreme Court Room, Saint Paul, Minnesota State Capitol, Saint Paul
Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 22, hösten 1912.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 2...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 22, hösten 1912.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21, dec. 1912.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 2...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21, dec. 1912.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21, våren 1912.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 2...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21, våren 1912.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21, hösten 1912.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 2...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21, hösten 1912.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 22, maj 1913.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 2...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 22, maj 1913.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21, maj 1913.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 2...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21, maj 1913.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Isolering av källare i kv. Näckström 21, våren 1913.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Isolering av kä...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Isolering av källare i kv. Näckström 21, våren 1913.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21, våren 1913.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 2...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21, våren 1913.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21, våren 1913.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 2...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21, våren 1913.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21 & 22, våren 1913. Pågående brunnsänkningar vid grundläggning för stora bankbyggnaden. På bryggan ingenjör Almström och verkmästare Johansson. Byggnads AB Contractor.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 2...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21 & 22, våren 1913. Pågående brunnsänkningar vid grundläggning för stora bankbyggnaden. På bryggan ingenjör Almström och verkmästare Johanss... More

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 22, juni 1913.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 2...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 22, juni 1913.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21, juni 1913.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 2...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21, juni 1913.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21, våren 1913. Dykare Enock Svensson färdig för nedstigning i Neptunbolaget bl.a. i Turkiet, anställdes i Contractor 1912 och blev sedan firmans högt betrodde verkmästare under många år. Byggnads AB Contractor.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 2...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21, våren 1913. Dykare Enock Svensson färdig för nedstigning i Neptunbolaget bl.a. i Turkiet, anställdes i Contractor 1912 och blev sedan fir... More

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21, våren 1913.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 2...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21, våren 1913.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21, våren 1913.

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 2...

Byggherre: Byggnadsaktiebolaget Contractor, Stockholm. Kv. Näckström 21, våren 1913.

To Accompany Report on Inspectors' Reports, Individual File

To Accompany Report on Inspectors' Reports, Individual File

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

To Accompany Report on Inspectors' Reports, Individual File

To Accompany Report on Inspectors' Reports, Individual File

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

To Accompany Report on Inspectors' Reports, Individual File

To Accompany Report on Inspectors' Reports, Individual File

Photographs of the Construction and Repair of Buildings, Facilities, and Vessels at the New York Navy Yard

WOMAN SUFFRAGE (MISC. INDIVIDUAL SUFFRAGETTES)
WOMAN SUFFRAGE (MISC. INDIVIDUAL SUFFRAGETTES)
WOMAN SUFFRAGE (MISC. INDIVIDUAL SUFFRAGETTES)
WOMAN SUFFRAGE (MISC. INDIVIDUAL SUFFRAGETTES)
WOMAN SUFFRAGE (MISC. INDIVIDUAL SUFFRAGETTES)
WOMAN SUFFRAGE. (MISC. INDIVIDUAL SUFFRAGETTES). Miss Doris Stevens, youngest member of the national executive committee of the National Woman's Party, was arrested and sentenced to 60 days at the Occoquan [...]
WOMAN SUFFRAGE (MISC. INDIVIDUAL SUFFRAGETTES)
WOMAN SUFFRAGE (MISC. INDIVIDUAL SUFFRAGETTES)
WOMAN SUFFRAGE (MISC. INDIVIDUAL SUFFRAGETTES)
WOMAN SUFFRAGE (MISC. INDIVIDUAL SUFFRAGETTES)
WOMAN SUFFRAGE (MISC. INDIVIDUAL SUFFRAGETTES)
WOMAN SUFFRAGE (MISC. INDIVIDUAL SUFFRAGETTES)
WOMAN SUFFRAGE (MISC. INDIVIDUAL SUFFRAGETTES)
WOMAN SUFFRAGE (MISC. INDIVIDUAL SUFFRAGETTES)
WOMAN SUFFRAGE (MISC. INDIVIDUAL SUFFRAGETTES)
WOMAN SUFFRAGE. (MISC. INDIVIDUAL SUFFRAGETTES)
WOMAN SUFFRAGE (MISC. INDIVIDUAL SUFFRAGETTES)
WOMAN SUFFRAGE (MISC. INDIVIDUAL SUFFRAGETTES)
Damage and Loss to Individual Trees - All States

Damage and Loss to Individual Trees - All States

Photographs Relating to National Forests, Resource Management Practices, Personnel, and Cultural and Economic History

Damage and Loss to Individual Trees - All States

Damage and Loss to Individual Trees - All States

Photographs Relating to National Forests, Resource Management Practices, Personnel, and Cultural and Economic History

NPS individuals, Bertha Mather, on left. Individual on right unidentified.
Electric Institute of Washington, Potomac Electric Power Co. Individual instructions in cooking
Distribution of Individual Net Income
Individual beds at nursery. Black River Falls project, Wisconsin
Carbite & Carbon building, 30 E. 42nd St., New York City. Individual elevator door
Co-ed crowned queen of rifle shooters. Washington, D.C., April 6. Jean Yocum, George Washington University co-ed, has won the Women's Individual Intercollegiate Rifle Championship, according to the National Rifle Association. Her score of 496 out of a possible 500 gave the individual title to a G.W. girl for the first time since 1929. Although this is only Miss Yocum's second year of shooting, she has maintained an average of 99 out of a possible 100 in all matches, 4-6-39
Jewish factories in Palestine on Plain of Sharon & along the coast to Haifa. Tel Aviv. Diamond works. Individual polisher of diamonds
Government Stud Farm, Acre. Individual chicken house showing water contrivance (porus jar)
Chrysler tank arsenal. Individual mobile arsenals are the outpost of the huge Chrysler tank arsenal on the outskirts of Detroit. A worker is here installing a machine gun on an M-3 tank, one of the twenty-eight ton giants which mount four machine guns, two .50 calibre and two .30 calibre, a .75 mm. gun and a 37 mm. anti-aircraft gun, as well as an assortment of hand machine guns, and other weapons for use by the crew
Individual metal shelters at the Aqua Fria migratory labor camp. Arizona
Photograph of Individual Planter, National Forest Service photograph.

Photograph of Individual Planter, National Forest Service photograph.

Original caption: Individual planter (Roy Dillman of Branchville, Ind.) of the WPA planting crew. He is planting a 1-0 shortleaf pine. Historic Photographs

Photograph of Individual Planter, National Forest Service photograph.

Photograph of Individual Planter, National Forest Service photograph.

Original caption: Individual planter (Roy Dillman of Branchville, Ind.) of the WPA planting crew. Historic Photographs

Photograph of Individual Planter, National Forest Service photograph.

Photograph of Individual Planter, National Forest Service photograph.

Original caption: Individual planter (Roy Dillman of Branchville, Ind.) of the WPA planting crew. Historic Photographs

Civilian defense. Much time is saved by the use of the teletype to spread important messages during air raids. Individual telephone calls to the various defense centers are unnecessary, since the teletype will present the information on paper to all centers simultaneously
U.S. FSA (Farm Security Administration), later U.S. Office of War Information, photograph laboratory in the Auditor's Building. Washington, D.C. Individual printing room, showing a Leitz miniature enlarger
Citations of individual production merit awarded. The first five Citations of Individual Production Merit have been awarded to five war workers, War Production Drive Headquarters has announced. The citation is the highest honor conferred for individual achievement. It is granted only for ideas or suggestions that have an outstanding effect on the entire war effort. Joseph H. Kautsky, Indianapolis, Indiana, an employee of the Lin-Belt Co., was awarded his citation for four suggestions, each technical. He suggested a grinding wheel adapter, which permits higher speeds in internal grindings; a simplification cutting down the number of special internal grinding spindle wheel adapters from twelve to three; the adoption of a precision screw adjustment to the vertical column of dial indicator guages, to get faster adjustments without danger to the dials; and a new method of testing the concentricity of internally ground parts. The picture shows Mr. Kautsky (center) being congratulated by formean Bill Whitaker (right) as Superintendant R. E. Whitney (left) looks on
Citation winners. Donald M. Nelson, Chairman of the War Production Board (WPB), and Under Secretary of War Robert Patterson, examining the Citation of Individual Production merit pins. Left to right; Stanley Crawford, certificate winner, RCA Manufacturing Company, Camden, New Jersey, Mr. Nelson: Edwin Curtiss Tracy, Field Engineer for RCA Manufacturing Company, Camden, New Jersey, and Mr. Patterson
Citations of individual production merit awarded. The first five citations of Individual Production Merit have been awarded to five workers, the Production Drive Headquarters has announced. The citation is the highest honor conferred for individual achievement. It is granted only for ideas or suggestions that have an outstanding effect on the entire war effort. Edwin Curtiss Tracy of Oaklyn, New Jersey, a field manager for RCA Manufacturing Co., Camden, New Jersey, suggested a new testing instrument for checking standard flight instruments without removing them from the planes, reducing the time planes are witheld from combat for tests to three minutes a plane, thus increasing the number of planes available for combat
For submitting a suggestion which saves time in copper mining operations, Joseph Ekstrom has been given honorable mention from the Board for Individual Awards, War Production Drive headquarters. His suggestion saves from three to five minutes every time the length of cables used in unloading mine timber is changed. Ekstrom is an employee of the Inspiration Consolidated Copper Company, Inspiration, Arizona
War workers' ideas that save man-hours and critical materials are evaluated by a board of experts, whose chairman is Ray Millholland of Indianapolis, engineer and author, here shown examining working models submitted by War Production Drive headquarters in Washington. Twelve engineers and technical experts comprise the Board for Individual Awards which decides upon the grade of national honor that "Thinkers for Victory" in American factories will receive for their suggestions
War workers' ideas. Jury votes on war workers' ideas that save man-hours and critical materials. More than 400,000 suggestions to speed war production have been submitted to suggestion committees in war plants, and the outstanding ones tested and sent through more than 2,000 War Production Drive labor-management committees to the above Board for Individual Awards at War Production Drive headquarters in Washington. All ideas recognized by awards are made available to all American war plants and interested United Nations through the system of plow-back into industry as a further benefit to war production
For submitting a suggestion which saves time in copper mining operations, Joseph Ekstrom has been given honorable mention from the Board for Individual Awards, War Production Drive headquarters. His suggestion saves from three to five minutes every time the length of cables used in unloading mine timber is changed. Ekstrom is an employee of the Inspiration Consolidated Copper Company, Inspiration, Arizona
Rochester, New York. Madison E. Butler, assistant chief inspector for the Stromberg-Carlson Telephone Manufacturing Company, who developed a visual-lamp indicator to test field telephone switchboards and which the U.S. Army Signal Corps claims has saved the equivalent of almost thirty-seven years work, shown at his testing instrument. He received one of the first five "Citations of Individual Production Merit" for his idea which has an outstanding effect on the entire war effort
Individual production certificate. The Technical Committee for Individual Awards of the War Production Board (WPB) confers this certificate to war industry workers who submit valuable suggestions to further the war effort. These suggestions are forwarded to WPB drive headquarters of the WPB by labor-management committees in 1,200 war industry plants
War workers' ideas that saves man-hours and critical materials are evaluated by a board of experts, whose chairman is Ray Millholland of Indianapolis, engineer and author, here shown examining working models submitted by War Production Drive headquarters in Washington. Twelve engineers and technical experts comprise the Board for Individual Awards which decides upon the grade of national honor that "Thinkers for Victory" in American factories will receive for their suggestions
Herbert Rudolph James, machinist, Shell Finish Department, National Tube Company, McKeesport, Pennsylvania, has been awarded a Certificate of Individual Production Merit. Mr. James is by profession a musician--organist and conductor. At his suggestion a mechanism was incorporated into the torch whereby the oxygen and acetylene mixtures could be varied to create the desired flame
Individual attention for the big shells. Visual inspection during manufacture of shells for the Army's new guns. Thousands of these are coming down the production lines at a large eastern arsenal
Citations of Individual Production Merit awarded. The first five citations of Individual Production Merit have been awarded to five war workers, War Production Drive Headquarters has announced. The citation is the highest award conferred for individual achievement. It is granted only for ideas or suggestions that have an outstanding effect on the war effort. Walter P. Hill of Detroit, Michigan, a sales and development manager for the Wolverine Tube Division of the Calumet and Hecla Consolidated Copper Co., developed an idea of prime military importance. All that can be said is that he developed the "overall spum and primer for an ammunition primer which is now being utilized for large manufacturers of primer tubes. This effects a saving of metal, increased production with present facilities and lower overall production costs." The rest has been restricted by military authorities
Citations of individual production merit awarded. The first five Citations of Individual Production Merit have been awarded to five war workers, War Production Drive Headquarters has announced. The citation is the highest honor conferred for individual achievement. It is granted only for ideas or suggestions that have an outstanding effect on the entire war effort. Clinton R. Hanna, East Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, a research department manager for the Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., suggested a method of increasing the effectiveness of Army tanks. This method is a military secret
Production drive. A pin which is presented to war production workers who receive the citation for Individual Production Merit
War production suggestions. For his valuable contribution to plant efficiency, an employee of the Newark Stove Company, Newark, Ohio, won the Certificate of Individual Merit presented by the war production drive headquarters of the War Production Board (WPB). Mr. Lewis suggested a method of reclaiming worn-out reamers that equal or surpass original reamers, the production of which required 2,000 man hours per month and the use of 1,000 pounds of highspeed bar stock. His suggestion prevented the shutdown of the Shell Shop at his company for two months
Anaconda smelter, Montana. Anaconda Copper Mining Company. Individual ore cars are pushed to the ore dump by an electric locomotive
Feiner wins Individual Production Merit Certificate. Samuel Mayer Feiner (left), Certificate of Individual Production Merit winner from San Francisco, California, explains his prize-winning suggestion to William E. Warne, acting chief of War Production Drive Headquarters in Washington. Feiner, 50-year old American citizen of Polish birth, devised an elbow-edging machine which tripled the production of elbows at the Bethlehem Steel Company's shipbuilding division. It saves over 1,000 man hours monthly. Feiner was one of 22 men throughout the nation who received certificates in the September judging by the Board for Individual Awards of the War Production Drive Headquarters
Production. War housing trialers. A completed war housing trailer is checked out at the Los Angeles plant gate of Western Trailer Company. It is destined for one of the West's critical housing areas. Individual trailers are hauled to nearby shipping points, then dispatched in convoys of ten to fifteen
War production drive committee of technical experts. The war production drive's technical committee of experts, established to pass on war production suggestions for which Certificates of Individual Production Merit and Citations of Individual Production Merit will be awarded. Left to right: John L. Savage, Chief Designing Engineer, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, Colorado; Dr. Robert F. Blanks, Chief of Testing Laboratories, Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, Colorado; William Plumer Hill, Sparrows Point, Maryland; Paul H. Stanley, Willow Grove, Pennsylvania; Whiting Williams, Cleveland, Ohio; William E. Warne, Assistant Chief, War Production Drive Headquarters; Ray Millholland, Chief, Technical Section, War Production Drive Headquarters; Henry C. Atkins, Jr., Indianapolis, Indiana; Charles B. Francis, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Dr. J. L. Bray, Purdue University, Indiana, and Dr. Joseph Rockoff, Dayton, Ohio. The first awards, announced today, September 8, 1942, were for Certificates of Individual Production Merit to sixteen men and one woman. The Committee also established another classification: honorable mention, which was awarded to sixteen other men

War production drive committee of technical experts. The war productio...

Title continues, left to right: John L. Savage, Chief Designing Engineer, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, Colorado; Dr. Robert F. Blanks, Chief of Testing Laboratories, Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, Colora... More

Certificates of individual production merit awards. Stanley Crawford, 50-year old group leader in the internal inspection department at RCA Manufacturing Co., Camden, New Jersey has been awarded a Certificate of Individual Production Merit. He came to RCA in 1928 as a packer in the shipping department. He has been an inspector since 1940. Crawford suggested and designed a caliper for determining the wall thickness and relationship between a cored interior and outside surface of castings. The use of the caliper saved 13 out of 16 castings which had been rejected. It saved skilled man hours and material
War production suggestions. For making a contribution that will safeguard lives of combat pilots, James A. Merrill, research chemist at Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio, was presented with a Citation of Individual Production Merit by War Production headquarters of the War Production Board (WPB). His suggestion concerned development of a resistant barrier to aromatic fuels used in bullet seal tanks on airplanes. It will help keep planes in the air under extreme weather conditions, save the lives of pilots returning in planes with gas tanks pierced by bullets, and lessen unnecessary plane crashes
Feiner wins individual production merit certificate. Samuel Meyer Feiner (left), Certificate of Individual Production Merit winner from San Francisco, California, explains his prize-winning suggestion to William E. Warne, acting chief of the War Production Drive Headquarters, in Washington. Feiner, 50-year old American citizen of Polish birth, devised an elbow-edging machine which tripled the production of elbows at the Bethlehem Steel Company's shipbuilding division. It saves over 1,000 man hours monthly. Feiner was one of the 22 men throughout the nation who received certificates in the September judging by theh Board for Individual Awards at War Production Drive Headquarters
War workers' ideas. Jury votes on war workers' ideas that save man-hours and critical materials. More than 400,000 suggestions to speed war production have been submitted to suggestion committees in war plants, and the outstanding ones tested and sent through more than 2,000 War Production Drive labor-management committees to the above Board for Individual Awards at War Production Drive headquarters in Washington. All ideas recognized by awards are made available to all American war plants and interested United Nations through the system of plow-back into industry as a further benefit to war production. The Board for Individual Awards, composed of engineers and technical experts who contribute their time to evaluating production ideas, is shown at a Washington session. Left to right: Charles B. Francis, Carnegie, Illinois Steel Corporation; Dr. J.L. Bray, Purdue University; Paul H. Stanley, Pitcairn Auto-Gyro Company; L.A. Poole of War Production Drive's Awards Field Operations Branch; Whiting Williams of Cleveland, Ohio; James B. Gent, United Steel Workers (USW) and William P. Hill, Bethlehem Steel
Samuel Mayer Feiner, sheet metal worker at the Bethelem Steel Company's shipbuilding division in San Francisco, with the drawing of his elbow-edging machine which triples production of elbows and saves over 1,000 man-hours monthly. Feiner, an American of Polish descent, was given a Certificate of Individual Production Merit by the War Production Drive Headquarters, Washington, D.C.
Feiner wins individual production merit certificate. Samuel Meyer Feiner, sheet metal worker at the Bethlehem Steel Company's shipbuilding division in San Francisco, with the drawing of his elbow-edging machine which triples the production of elbows and saves over 1,000 man hours monthly, Feiner, an American citizen of Polish birth, was recently given a Certificate of Individual Production Merit by the Board for Individual Awards at the War Production Drive Headquarters, Washington. He was one of twenty-two production soldiers throughout the nation so honored
Rahr Malting Co., Shakopee, Minnesota. Individual bin II
Photograph of Motion Picture Negative Vault, Interior View Showing Main Corridor with Doors to Individual Vaults, Front Royal, Virginia

Photograph of Motion Picture Negative Vault, Interior View Showing Mai...

Historic Photograph File of National Archives Events and Personnel

TRAMP BALANCE CALIBRATION FOR INDIVIDUAL FAN LOAD CELL CALIBRATION

TRAMP BALANCE CALIBRATION FOR INDIVIDUAL FAN LOAD CELL CALIBRATION

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 3/8/1974 Photographer: PAUL RIEDEL Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

TRAMP BALANCE CALIBRATION FOR INDIVIDUAL FAN LOAD CELL CALIBRATION

TRAMP BALANCE CALIBRATION FOR INDIVIDUAL FAN LOAD CELL CALIBRATION

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 3/8/1974 Photographer: PAUL RIEDEL Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

TRAMP BALANCE CALIBRATION FOR INDIVIDUAL FAN LOAD CELL CALIBRATION

TRAMP BALANCE CALIBRATION FOR INDIVIDUAL FAN LOAD CELL CALIBRATION

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 3/8/1974 Photographer: PAUL RIEDEL Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

LOW COST ENGINE TURBINE WHEEL MOUNTED TO SHAKER AND INDIVIDUAL BLADE

LOW COST ENGINE TURBINE WHEEL MOUNTED TO SHAKER AND INDIVIDUAL BLADE

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 5/1/1975 Photographer: MARTIN BROWN Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

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