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Tennessee Valley Authority. Railroad crews at Watts Bar Dam. Clearing the sand line is one of the chores that fall to the "tallow pot," or fireman, of a railway locomotive. In addition to jobs like this, the "tallow pot" serves up an average of eight to ten tons of coal each eight hour day to the big "hog," or locomotive. This man fires a train carrying materials for the building of TVA's Watts Bar Dam
Tennessee Valley Authority. Railroad crews at Watts Bar Dam. Clearing the sand line is one of the chores that fall to the "tallow pot," or firemen of a  railway locomotive. In addition jobs like this, the "tallow pot" serves up an average of eight to ten tons of coal each eight hour day to the big "hog" or locomotive. This man fires a train carrying materials for the building of TVA's Watts Bar Dam
Tennessee Valley Authority. Railroad crews at Watts Bar Dam. Clearing the sand line is one of the chores that fall to the "tallow pot," or fireman, of a railway locomotive. In addition to jobs like this, the "tallow pot" serves up an average of eight to ten tons of coal each eight hour day to the big "hog," or locomotive. This man fires a train carrying materials for the building of TVA's Watts Bar Dam
Tennessee Valley Authority: railroad crews at Watts Bar Dam. The "tallow pot," or fireman, of a freight locomotive carrying materials for the building of the TVA Watts Bar Dam shovels from 16,000 to 20,000 pounds of coal in an eight hour day, in addition to performing other duties around the engine and tender
Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, Baltimore, Maryland. Preparations for launching a ship. Putting tallow on the shipways
Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, Baltimore, Maryland. Preparations for launching a ship. Preparing the shipways with tallow
Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, Baltimore, Maryland. Preparations for launching a ship. Preparing the shipways with tallow
Conversion. Rendering of household fats. Valuable fats from waste household greases are recovered by a pressure process in an expeller at a rendering plant. These fats drain into a settling tank and are later drawn off into tallow storage tanks, from where they are conveyed to a soap plant for the making of soap and glycerin
Conversion. Rendering of household fats. Moisture and foreign matter from reclaimed household greases are drained from cookers into open vats at a rendering plant. The liquid next drains into a settling tank where additional tallow is recovered. The residue becomes cracklings, consisting of meat, bones and some fats, and will be used as animal food
Conversion. Rendering of household fats. Tallow made from reclaimed kitchen greases is pumped into a tank car from a storage tank at a rendering plant. From here the tallow goes to a soap factory where glycerin is produced as a byproduct of the soap- making process

Conversion. Rendering of household fats. Tallow made from reclaimed ki...

Actual size of negative is C (approximately 4 x 5 inches). Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944... More

Conversion. Rendering of household fats. Tallow made from reclaimed kitchen greases is pumped into a tank car from a storage tank at a rendering plant. From here the tallow goes to a soap factory where glycerin is produced as a byproduct of the soap- making process
Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, Baltimore, Maryland. Preparations for launching a ship. Putting tallow on the shipways
In Congress. December 30, 1776 : It appearing to Congress that it will be extremely difficult, if not impracticable, to supply the Army of the United States with bacon, salted beef and pork, soap, tallow and candles ... Resolved, that none of the said articles ... be exported from any of the United States after the fifth day of January next, until the first day of November next ...
In Congress. December 30, 1776 : It appearing to Congress that it will be extremely difficult, if not impracticable, to supply the Army of the United States with bacon, salted beef and pork, soap, tallow and candles ... Resolved, that none of the said articles ... be exported from any of the United States after the fifth day of January next, until the first day of November next ...