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Making a cast in the foundry at Watson, 1970s.

Making a cast in the foundry at Watson, 1970s.

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Forms part of a group of images which are copies of historical photos from Watson Machine International, a machine tool manufacturing company located at 74 Railroad Avenue, Paterson, New Jersey. These photographs were provided by Pete Buonforte.





McCarl, Robert (Photographer)


Paterson (N.J.)40.91667, -74.17194
Google Map of 40.916666666666664, -74.17194444444445


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