Stelco's physical testing laboratory, Metallurgical department, Hamilton Works. 1939.
Steelworkers at Dofasco using a common lathe belt and lathes to smoothe the rough edges from the forged bullets. Late 1920's.
Newspaper Winder at Bertrams and Sons in Dundas.
Assembling Typewriters at Remington Rand. June 1939.
Tirebuilders at Firestone as seen in All That Our Hands Have Done. 1922
Charging Side and Roof of #16 Blast Furnace, Hamilton Works.
Molten pig iron into the open hearth at Dofasco. Beginning of the steel-making process. 1950's.
The Car Builder. Cover of NASCO employees magazine. March 1943.
Worker at Drophammer Forge Slater Steel or Burlington Steel. 1950's.
Molders guide a hundred pound pour of molten iron at International Harvester in the 1940's
Workers at Stelco who came from Luxembourg, Armenia and Latvia.
Dofasco employee uses a Wellman Charger (machine) to move the scrap.
Removing mold materials and cleaning a completed casting with pneumatic tools at Dofasco
Using pneumatic hammers to pound sand for castings at Dofasco.
Working in the hot mill at Dofasco, early 1940's.