Class at trade school of the Howe Machinery Company, Photograph

Black and white photograph of students learning by observation in the production of war time equipment.
Full Title:

Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. Lathe parts are explained to students in the trade school of the Howe Machinery Company, Passaic, New Jersey. The school trains fifty workers at a time in the production of essential war equipment. More than ninety percent secure jobs after training, some in the Howe shop

Source Citation:

Liberman, Howard. 1942. Subcontracting. Passaic home workshop pool. Lathe parts are explained to students in the trade school of the Howe Machinery Company, Passaic, New Jersey. The school trains fifty workers at a time in the production of essential war equipment. More than ninety percent secure jobs after training, some in the Howe shop. United States: Office of War Information. https://www.loc.gov/item/2017692925/

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Liberman, Howard. 1942. "Class at trade school of the Howe Machinery Company, Photograph." History of Higher Education. https://higheredhistory.gmu.edu/primary-sources/class-at-trade-school-of-the-howe-machinery-company-photograph/