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Southwestern Bell Telephone switchboard operators in the 1960's.

After the war, Oak Ridge worker, Mary Anne Bufard’s spoke about her unusual odd duties: "It didn’t make any sense. I worked in the laundry at the Monsanto Chemical Company, counting uniforms . . . The uniforms were first washed, then ironed, all new buttons sewed on and passed to me. I’d hold the uniform up to a special instrument and if I heard a clicking noise — I’d throw it back in to be done all over again. That’s all I did — all day long. Of course Mary was screening for radiation.

Pyramid telephone switchboard, installed at Richmond, Va., 1882

Clip nose glasses, great side view of hir net, Civil War era photo....

vintage, antique, telephone, blue


World War 2 in pictures: Women at war

World War 2: British fighter aircraft are being produced in increasing numbers. Here are Spitfires in production, in a factory where women play an important part, and are employed in nearly all branches of construction. April 3, 1941.

When John Freeborn was posted to the USA during the Second World War he became friends with these two! Tyrone Power and Betty Grable ~