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99.21.2  96dpi wm.jpg
Photo ca. 1950 Luscombe plane. Written on back: "Luscombe that some of us at Woodward owned - Harold A. Hopkins (for one)"

2008.36.80 96dpi wm.jpg
Harold Woodward, son of Amos Woodward the founder of Woodward Governor Co., in his National Guard uniform in 1916 or 1917.

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This photograph depicts representatives from the Woodward Governor Company at the Sixth Annual Prime Mover Control Conference. The names of the fifty individuals pictured are printed below the photo. The picture is enclosed in a booklet of olive…

2012.25.69 96 dpi watermarked.jpg
A black and white photograph of four unidentified men from Woodward Governor in Germany. A Woodward Governor machine is visible in the background behind the men, and other devices occupy a table in the forefront that boasts a floral arrangement in…

2007.1.23 96 dpi watermarked.jpg
This architectural drawing, rendered by the Kresselt Company (lower right corner), shows the Woodward Governor Company within an industrial cityscape, possibly in its Mill St. at S. Wyman address.

2013.88.7 96 dpi watermarked.jpg
Wearing a bouquet, Hetty Church is pictured proffering a cup of coffee on her retirement day from Woodward Governor in 1973. For an additional view, see photo 2013.88.6.

2013.88.6 96 dpi watermarked.jpg
A black and white photograph of Hetty Church's retirement from Woodward Governor in 1973. Hetty is seated and holding a mirror, which is a gift from the cafeteria staff, Ollie McGuire is seated far right, and Ann Turner, the cafeteria supervisor, is…

2013.88.4 96 dpi watermarked.jpg
The two women pictured in aprons, part of Woodward Governor's cafeteria staff, are setting out cookies and pastries around the holiday season, judging by the Christmas tree pins that the ladies are wearing. The woman on the left is Hetty Church, who…

98.12.4 96 dpi watermarked.jpg
A photograph of a letter from the Woodward Governor Company to employees who were serving in the military during WWII. A handwritten post script at the bottom states, "P.S. Keep your sense of humor and keep on going and you'll be ok Harold. Best of…

2007.1.29 96 dpi watermarked.jpg
This photographic enlargement shows a clapboard commercial structure next to a picket fence that depicts the A.W. Woodward Company, in the Water Power District on Mill Street.

2007.1.33 96 dpi watermarked.jpg
This reproduction photograph looks from the east side of the Rock River across to Rockford's west side. The Water Power district allowed industry to flourish and grow. The photo's center shows the N. C. Thompson Agricultural Works, manufacturers of…

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A reproduction photograph showing the N. C. Thompson building, also an early home of Woodward Governor. A horse-drawn wagon sits in front of the structure where a sign declares that Savage & Love are machinists and pattern-makers. The yard next to…

93.44.3 96 dpi watermarked.jpg
A photograph showing 18 players dressed in formal street clothes, with manager Bill Allington (left). The back of the photo indicates this picture was taken at the Woodward Governor Co. (5001 N. 2nd, Loves Park, IL) in 1950 perhaps for some formal…
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