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Featured Industrial Print

Paris Metro - construction of underground

Paris Metro - construction of underground track for line no. 5 (Place d'Italie to Gare du Nord). Shown here: branching of line at Denain - Magenta, towards Gare du Nord. Extension of line fron Lancry to Gare du Nord inaugurated on 15 November 1907

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Featured Industrial Print

LABOR LEADERS, 1938. Left to right: American labor leaders Philip Murray, chairman of the Congress of Industrial Organizations steel organizing committee; John L. Lewis, president of the C.I.O.; and Thomas Kennedy, former candidate for Pennsylvania governor. Photograph, 1938

LABOR LEADERS, 1938.
Left to right: American labor leaders Philip Murray, chairman of the Congress of Industrial Organizations steel organizing committee; John L. Lewis, president of the C.I.O.; and Thomas Kennedy, former candidate for Pennsylvania governor. Photograph, 1938

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Featured Industrial Print

LOOM: FLY SHUTTLE, 1733. The fly shuttle loom (fig. 1) patented by John Kay in 1733; also shown is the unmodified lathe (fig. 2), the lathe modified by Kay (fig. 3), and Kay's shuttle (fig. 4). Line engraving from 'The Compendious History of the Cotton Manufacture,' 1823

LOOM: FLY SHUTTLE, 1733. The fly shuttle loom (fig. 1) patented by John Kay in 1733; also shown is the unmodified lathe (fig. 2), the lathe modified by Kay (fig. 3), and Kay's shuttle (fig. 4). Line engraving from 'The Compendious History of the Cotton Manufacture,' 1823

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