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Map of the counties of Bergen and Passaic, New Jersey : from actual surveys /

Passaic, New Jersey. Factory owner Carlson organized home machine shops for defense work. Home machine shop owner working for defense

Passaic, New Jersey. Factory owner Carlson organized home machine shops for defense work. Carlson at his desk in the Washington WPB office where he worked several days a week

Passaic, New Jersey. Factory owner Carlson organized home machine shops for defense work. Carlson examining blueprints

Passaic, New Jersey. Factory owner Carlson organized home machine shops for defense work. The Carlson family in the milkbar in the cellar playroom of their home in a Passaic suburb

Conversion. From garage to defense workshop. At left, George W. Bocdanoffy, vice president of the machine shop company explains a job to John Lindstrom of Howe Company. Formerly an employee, Lindstrom now is his own boss doing subcontracting for his former boss in a small machine shop set up in the garage in the rear of his home

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. The home of Jack Vida, Passaic, New Jersey. In the basement of this home, Mr. Vida operates a workshop handling part of the production turned out by a subcontract pool organized by the Howe Machinery Company of Passaic. In addition to this work, he follows his regular trade of grinding precision lenses for military use

Conversion. From garage to defense workshop. John Lindstrom produces war goods in his garage converted somewhere in New Jersey into a busy machine shop

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. In the basement workshop of the Passaic, New Jersey home of Jack Vida, who employs four men to turn out essential war equipment as a member of a subcontracting pool organized by the Howe Machinery Company of Passaic

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. Entrance to the basement workshop of George Carell, Passaic, New Jersey. Mr. Carell is a member of a war production subcontract pool orgainized by the Howe Machinery Company of his city. Note the sign forbidding admission to visitors

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. Stella Wolos, who was a sewing machine operator, is grinding a drawing angle on a cartridge die in the Passaic, New Jersey shop of the Howe Machinery Company. This concern is training a number of young women for war production jobs

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. A worker in the Passaic, New Jersey machine shop of the Howe Machinery Company changes a milling head to a planer head on a planing machine, to convert it from production of one type of essential war production to another

Conversion. From garage to defense workshop. Carell supervising the set-up of a lathe with turret attachment in the basement of his home where he does subcontracting on war work. His day shift consists of the expert mechanics

Conversion. From garage to defense workshop. An example of Carell's ingenuity is this small milling machine which he rigged up with a grinder to form a surface-grinding machine. He also installed a cooling system. Operator is Walter Drzewiecki

Conversion. From garage to defense workshop. John Lindstrom, right, is supplied with blueprints and raw materials by Albert Kuehn, general superintendent of the Howe Company. He will return the finished part for inspection when finished

Conversion. From garage to defense workshop. Here he is shown supervising a drilling job. The drill jigs in which the parts are held were made and designed by Lindstrom

Conversion. From garage to defense workshop. An example of Carell's ingenuity is this small milling machine which he rigged up with a grinder to form a surface-grinding machine. He also installed a cooling system. Operator is Walter Drzewiecki

Passaic, New Jersey. Factory owner Carlson organized home machine shops for defense work. Helpers of a home machine shop owner. The piano stool serves as a horse

Passaic, New Jersey. Factory owner Carlson organized home machine shops for defense work. Carlson greeted by his family when he returns from work

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. A worker in the Passaic, New Jersey shop of the Howe Machinery Company files a flange used in an expanding mandrel for v-belt drives. In addition to the work in its own shop, the concern is also farming out considerable work through a home workshop pool it organizes

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. George Carell's seven-year-old son likes to watch his father produce essential war equipment in his Paissaic, New Jersey home workshop. Mr. Carell belongs to a subcontract pool organized by the Howe Machinery Company of his city

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. Julianne Milanowska turns cartridge trimming spindles in the Passaic, New Jersey shop of the Howe Machinery Company. This concern is training a number of young women for war production jobs

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. Executives of the Howe Machinery Company, Passaic, New Jersey, discuss details of the production of essential Army equipment with a home workshop owner who is a member of the subcontracting pool organized by the company. Left, Mr. Stanley Carlson, President; right, Mr. George Bodganffy, Vice President of Howe Machinery Company. In the center is Mr. John Lindstrom, subcontractor

Conversion. From garage to defense workshop. One of Carell's workmen at a lathe in this basement war workshop. The lathe has a tailstock turret attachment which holds several tools so that one operation can follow another in quick succession, as in the factory production

Conversion. From garage to defense workshop. George Carell who successfully converted his garage into a defense workshop is shown checking finished parts of war products with micometer. The garage and basement form his factory. No waste of space or time here. Carell got to work without delay and his makeshift factory is going full blast grinding out tools to beat the axis

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. Jack Vida, of Passaic, New Jersey, shows his little daughter a reamer bushing he just completed in his home workshop, which is part of a subcontract pool organized by the Howe Machinery Company of Passaic. He also grinds precision lenses for military use

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. Betty Bruning, who used to be an operator in a curtain factory, grinds a taper on a cartridge drawing punch in the Passaic, New Jersey shop of the Howe Machinery Company. This concern is training a number of young women for war production jobs

Conversion. From garage to defense workshop. This is the exterior of the Carell home. The side door admits authorized visitors to the war shop. A stenciled sign warns off others to stay out

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. Even with the family quarantined for chicken pox, war production goes on in the basement workshop of George Carell, Passaic, New Jersey

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. Instructor John Wanelik, of the Howe Machinery Company, Passaic, New Jersey, shows Veronica Stephens how to grind a stripping angle on a cartridge drawing die. A number of young women are being trained for war production jobs in this shop

Passaic, New Jersey. Factory owner Carlson organized home machine shops for defense work. Home workshop owner's wife bringing coffee during the morning's work

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. Home of George Carell in Passaic, New Jersey. Mr. Carell operates a home workshop in the basement, turning out a considerable amount of essential war equipment as a member of a pool organized by the Howe Machinery Company of his city

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. Jack Vida, of Passaic, New Jersey, inspects precision lenses he ground for military use in his home workshop. In addition to this work, Mr. Vida employs four men to turn out machine tools for aircraft production as a member of a subcontract pool organized by the Howe Machinery Company of Passaic

Passaic, New Jersey. Factory owner Carlson organized home machine shops for defense work. Carlson and his youngest daughter

Passaic, New Jersey. Factory owner Carlson organized home machine shops for defense work. Home workshop owner's wife bringing coffee during the morning's work

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. The Howe Machinery Company of Passaic, New Jersey recently added a second floor to its shop building to handle increased war production. This concern has worked out a very practical plan of pooling subcontracts with a number of home workshops it assisted in equipping

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. Lathe parts are explained to students in the trade school of the Howe Machinery Company, Passaic, New Jersey. The school trains fifty workers at a time in the production of essential war equipment. More than ninety percent secure jobs after training, some in the Howe shop

Passaic, New Jersey. Factory owner Carlson organized home machine shops for defense work. Carlson examining blueprints

Conversion. From garage to defense workshop. This is the exterior of the Carell home. The side door admits authorized visitors to the war shop. A stenciled sign warns off others to stay out

Conversion. From garage to defense workshop. Lindstrom shown working at a small milling machine in his garage shop. This, like most of his other equipment, is comparatively new and modern

Conversion. From garage to defense workshop. In the living room of his home in suburban Passaic, New Jersey, Carell shows his son, George junior, a toy battleship as his wife and daughter look on. When mechanical work was just his hobby, he made his children a fine model railroad

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. John Lindstrom, of Passaic, New Jersey, produces essential war materials in his home workshop as a member of a subcontract pool organized by the Howe Machinery Company. The fine sixteen-tool shop he operates was once the family garage

Conversion. From garage to defense workshop. George Carell who successfully converted his garage into a defense workshop is shown checking finished parts of war products with micometer. The garage and basement form his factory. No waste of space or time here. Carell got to work without delay and his makeshift factory is going full blast grinding out tools to beat the axis

Conversion. From garage to defense workshop. Lindstrom put his car in the garage to make room for his shop in the garage. Above, he standss outside with his wife and town children, John, 10, and Nancey, 7. This is an outstanding example of the small man doing his bit in the nations's vast war effort

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. Home of George Carell in Passaic, New Jersey. Mr. Carell operates a home workshop in the basement, turning out a considerable amount of essential war equipment as a member of a pool organized by the Howe Machinery Company of his city

Passaic, New Jersey. Factory owner Carlson organized home machine shops for defense work. Carlson visiting one of the home workshop owners. Both men are of Sweedish origin

Passaic, New Jersey. Factory owner Carlson organized home machine shops for defense work. Home workshop owner of Sweedish origin who is now doing defense work

Passaic, New Jersey. Factory owner Carlson organized home machine shops for defense work. Carlson visiting one of the home workshop owners in the bach yard. Both men are of Sweedish origin

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. Breech brackets for machine guns receive a final check in the Passaic, New Jersey machine shop of the Howe Machinery Company before they are packed for shipment to the final assembly point. In addition to getting heavy production through its own shop, this concern is also farming out considerable work through a home workshop pool it organized

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. Stella Wolos, who was a sewing machine operator, is grinding a drawing angle on a cartridge die in the Passaic, New Jersey shop of the Howe Machinery Company. This concern is training a number of young women for war production jobs

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. The Howe Machinery Company of Passaic, New Jersey recently added a second floor to its shop building to handle increased war production. This concern has worked out a very practical plan of pooling subcontracts with a number of home workshops it assisted in equipping

Passaic, New Jersey. Factory owner Carlson organized home machine shops for defense work. Carlson at his desk in the Washington WPB office where he worked several days a week

169 Oliver Street (House), 169 Oliver Street, Paterson, Passaic County, NJ

Godwin Mill, Boiler & Engine House, Mill & Market Streets, Paterson, Passaic County, NJ

177 Oliver Street, Rear (House), 177 Oliver Street, Paterson, Passaic County, NJ

Danforth Locomotive & Machine Company, Erecting Shop, Market Street, Paterson, Passaic County, NJ

Erie Railway, Paterson Station, Paterson, Passaic County, NJ

150-152 Oliver Street (House), 150-152 Oliver Street, Paterson, Passaic County, NJ

179-181 Oliver Street (Commercial Building), 179-181 Oliver Street, Paterson, Passaic County, NJ

The Holland Submarine, Paterson, Passaic County, NJ

173 Oliver Street (House), 173 Oliver Street, Paterson, Passaic County, NJ

144 Oliver Street (House), 144 Oliver Street, Paterson, Passaic County, NJ

171 Oliver Street (House), 171 Oliver Street, Paterson, Passaic County, NJ

30 Ward Street (House), 30 Ward Street, Paterson, Passaic County, NJ

146 Oliver Street (House), 146 Oliver Street, Paterson, Passaic County, NJ

177 Oliver Street, Front (House), 177 Oliver Street, Paterson, Passaic County, NJ

Barbour Flax Spinning Company, Spruce & Barbour Streets, Paterson, Passaic County, NJ

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Passaic, Passaic County, New Jersey

Great Falls/S. U. M. Power Canal System, Paterson, Passaic County, NJ

Great Falls/S. U. M. Power Canal System, Paterson, Passaic County, NJ