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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American executive at the SKF roller bearing factory

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American foreman (left) at the SKF roller bearing factory

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American vice president of the SKF roller bearing factory and engineer looking over a blueprint

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American worker at the SKF roller bearing factory

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American foreman at the SKF roller bearing factory at home

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American vice-president and engineer of the SKF roller bearing factory looking over a blueprint

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American engineer at the SKF roller bearing factory with his wife at home

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American executive at the SKF roller bearing factory sings Swedish songs with his wife and daughter

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American foreman of the SKF roller bearing factory at home

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American foreman and workers at the SKF roller bearing factory

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Executive at the SKF roller bearing factory

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American vice president of the SKF roller bearing factory with his youngest daughter at home

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American executive of the SKF roller bearing factory and his daughter

Swedish-American foreman at the SKF roller bearing plant reads to his Italian-American wife at home. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American worker at the SKF roller bearing factory

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American foreman of the SKF roller bearing factory

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American foreman and worker at the SKF roller bearing factory

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Workers punching the clock at the SKF roller bearing factory

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American foreman at the SKF roller bearing factory

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American vice president of the SKF roller bearing factory with his family. His wife is the daughter of the Swedish minister to the United Nations

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American foreman with the SKF roller bearing factory with his wife at home

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American foreman at the SKF roller bearing factory at home

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American foreman at the SKF roller bearing factory listens to his Italian-American wife play the piano

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American executive of the SKF roller bearing factory serving drinks to his wife and a friend

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American foreman of the SKF roller bearing factory

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American engineer at the SKF roller bearing factory with his wife at home

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American vice president of the SKF roller bearing factory

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Swedish-American woman at the SKF roller bearing factory

World industrialists meeting in Capitol. Washington, D.C., Sept. 19. Men who manage industry in all parts of the world gathered in the Capitol today as delegates to the Seventh International Management Congress. Pictured just before the opening session are, left to right: William L. Batt, President, SKF Industries of Phila, PA.; George S. Messershith; Assistant Secretary of State who delivered the address of welcome for Secretary Hull; George H. Davis, President of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce; Viscount Leverhulme, President of the International Committee of Scientific Management who responded to Secretary Hull's greetings on behalf of the delegates; and Willis H. Booth, Honorary Chairman of the Congress, 9/19/38

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