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Mass Production

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Stelco's physical testing laboratory, Metallurgical department, Hamilton Works. 1939.

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Steelworkers at Dofasco using a common lathe belt and lathes to smoothe the rough edges from the forged bullets. Late 1920's.

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Newspaper Winder at Bertrams and Sons in Dundas.

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Assembling Typewriters at Remington Rand. June 1939.

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Tirebuilders at Firestone as seen in All That Our Hands Have Done. 1922

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Charging Side and Roof of #16 Blast Furnace, Hamilton Works.

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Molten pig iron into the open hearth at Dofasco. Beginning of the steel-making process. 1950's.

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The Car Builder. Cover of NASCO employees magazine. March 1943.

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Worker at Drophammer Forge Slater Steel or Burlington Steel. 1950's.

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Molders guide a hundred pound pour of molten iron at International Harvester in the 1940's

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Workers at Stelco who came from Luxembourg, Armenia and Latvia.

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Dofasco employee uses a Wellman Charger (machine) to move the scrap.

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Removing mold materials and cleaning a completed casting with pneumatic tools at Dofasco

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Using pneumatic hammers to pound sand for castings at Dofasco.

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Working in the hot mill at Dofasco, early 1940's.