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This photograph depicts workers inside the John S. Barnes Co. factory. Handwritten in pen on the photo's front (lower right corner) is "Shot on Broadway where Carl worked." For an additional view, see photo 93.78.12.
This black and white photograph shows many different gears of various shapes, sizes, and colors. In the upper right, a hand is lifting up one of the gears. "Beaver Gear (Centennial) - 3 1/2 in. wide" is penciled on the photo's back.
A worker stands at the controls in front of several large machines. Covers on the bench controls (left) read "ROYAL Turret Gage." The numbers "25312-15-2" are printed in the lower left corner.
Large machines marked "3," "7," "8," and "10." A sign in the extreme upper left reads "Babcock & Wilcox" under the Barnes moniker. The alphanumerics "708-K T-1456" are written in the lower left corner.
Bird's-eye view of banks of machines with an employee at a set of controls. This represents the John S. Barnes Co., 301 S. Water St. in Rockford IL, known for fluid power controls, hydraulic pumps, and valve manufacturing. The numbers "25305-08-1"…
Seven Barnes employees stand amid wood and hand tools in what presumably could be a carpentry or cabinet shop. The first figure on the left appears to be a young boy. Notice the pulleys and belts descending from the ceiling. For an additional view,…
These six Barnes Co. employees are working in perhaps a carpentry or cabinet shop, using hand tools. The third figure from the left appears to be a young boy. Note the pulleys and belts. For an additional view, see photo 2007.1.36.