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Alfred T. Palmer (Amerikaans fotograaf (-))
Alfred T. Palmer (amerikansk fotograf)
Alfred T. Palmer (photographe américain)
Alfred T. Palmer (Photographer)
Alfred T. Palmer (US-amerikanischer Fotograf)
Palmer, Alfred T.
אלפרד פאלמר
آلفرد تی. پالمر (عکاس آمریکایی)
アルフレッド・T・パーマー
Dates: 
1903-1993
Related names: 
Danor, George
Hollem Howard R
Liberman, Howard
Rosener, Ann
United States. Farm Security Administration
United States. Office for Emergency Management
United States. Office of War Information
United States. Office of War Information. Bureau of Public Inquiries
USA Office of War Information Affiliation (see also from)
Vachon, John (1914-1975)
Wolcott, Marion Post (1910-1990)
Titles: 
Booker T. Washington, SS, liberty ship. Sept.-Oct.,1942. First liberty ship to be named for a Negro
Briggs Manufacturing Company, Detroit, Mich. Feb., 1942. Manufacturing airplane parts in a plant, which formerly turned out automobile bodies
Bryant Heater Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Feb., 1942. Workers eating lunch while listening to a radio news broadcast
Chase Brass and Copper Company, Euclid, Ohio. Feb., 1942. Brass tubing of various diameters
Chattanooga, Tenn. Aug., 1942. Congested railroad yards
Chevrolet Motor Div., General Motors Corp., Flint, Mich. Feb., 1942. Machines standing idle for change-over to war production
Civilian defense in the United States. Oct.-Dec., 1941
Cleveland Diesel Engine Division of General Motors Corporation plant, Cleveland, Ohio. Dec., 1941. Draftsman working on a vertical layout board
Cleveland (vicinity), Ohio. Dec., 1941. Fleet of heavy-duty trucks
Combustion Engineering Co., Inc. Chattanooga, Tenn. June, 1942. Production of steam boilers and other powerhouse equipment to supplement hydroelectric installations ...
Continental Motor Corp., Muskegon, Mich. Feb., 1942. Production of airplane, marine and jeep engines
Defense housing projects in Virginia. July, 1941. Various housing projects for defense workers and Naval enlisted personnel ...
Demonstration of meat rationing plan. March., 1943. U.S. Office of Price Administration raationing executives ...
Demonstration of point rationing plan. Feb., 1943. Meeting with a home economics teacher to study point rationing system
Diebold Safe and Lock Co., Canton, Ohio. Dec., 1941. Halftrac armored cars produced in a converted lock and safe manufacturing plant
Dodge Bros. Corp., Detroit, Mich. 1942(?). Production of trucks, staff cars and ambulances for the U.S. Army
Douglas Aircraft Company, Inc., Long Beach, Calif. Oct., 1942. Men and women workers manufacturing and assembling airplanes
Erie, Penna. Spring-Summer, 1941. Trailer camp for defense workers
Farm Security Administration - Office of War Information color slides and transparencies collection (Library of Congress)
Firestone Steel Products Company, Akron, Ohio. Feb., 1942. Plant converted to the production of shatter-proof oxygen cylinders for high altitude flying
Ford Motor Co., River Rouge plant, Dearborn, Mich. May, 1941. Production of "jeeps" (blitz buggies)
Fort Belvoir, Va. Nov, 1942. White and Negro members of infantry, tank crew and engineer units, training to become competent soldiers
Fort Benning, Ga. April-June, 1942. Soldiers in training
Fort Knox, Kentucky. June, 1942. Comprehensive study of Army cantonment
Fort Story, Va., March 1942
Frederick Colman and Sons, Inc., Detroit, Mich. May, 1941. Production of machine tools and dies
Goodyear Aircraft Corporation, Akron, Ohio. Dec., 1941. Manufacturing sub-assembly parts in the airship dock, thought to be the largest building without interior supports in the world
Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio. Dec., 1941
Henry Vogt machine co., Louisville, Ky., Jan. 1942
High school Victory Corps training program, Los Angeles, Calif. Oct., 1942. Boy and girl members of the Victory Corps of Washington, Roosevelt, and Polytechnic high schools
Langley Field, Virginia. May, 1942. YB-17 bombardment squadron
[Large crowd of people on Coney Island Beach]
Lend-lease shipments from the United States. Feb., 1943. Airplanes, barges, tanks, food supplies, and ammunition, on docks, awaiting shipment overseas
Manufacture of 3-inch anti-aircraft cartridge cases in an Ohio metal-working plant. Feb., 1942. Women workers loading anti-aircraft cartridge cases into a stree-annealing furnace and inspecting primer holes
Manufacture of aircraft flotation bags. Dec. 1941. Rubberized fabric spherical bags attached to airplane wings which, in the event of a crash landing at sea, are inflated from compressed air cylinders so as to support the plane in water
Marblehead, Mass. Feb., 1943. U.S. Coast Guard auxiliary
Matson liner S.S. Mariposa anchored in Pago Pago Harbor, Samoa, The
Men working together; a poster comes to life. Aug. 1942
Mitchel Field, Long Island, N.Y. April, 1942. U.S. Army Air Force personnel
Molten iron is blown in an Eastern Bessemer converter to change it to steel at the Repubic Steel Corporation, Youngstown, Ohio
more women at work the sooner we win! Women are needed also as [...] See your local U.S. Employment Service., The
National Cash Register Co., Dayton, Ohio. Feb., 1942. Conversion of the factory to production of magazines for 20mm. anti-aircraft guns
Native of Rarotonga, Cook Islands
New River, N.C. May, 1942. U.S. Marine Corps training program
New York navy yard, Brooklyn, N.Y. 1941(?). Machine shop, foundry, forge, shipwright shop, rigging loft and sail-loft
Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock Co., Newport News, Va. Oct., 1941. Comprehensive series of pictures of shipbuilding in one of the largest privately owned shipyards in the world
Norfolk navy yard, Portsmouth, Va. Oct., 1941. One of the two largest navy yards in the United States
North American Aviation, Inc., Inglewood, Calif. Oct., 1942. Plant where P-51 ("Mustang") fighter planes and B-25 ("Billy Mitchell") bombers are built
Ordnance manufacture at government arsenals. 1942(?). Various processes
Owens-Corning Fiberglass Corporation, Toledo, Ohio. Feb., 1942. Raw materials stored in bins, in the batch house, compounded and moved in vats along an overhead monorail system to furnaces
Packard Motor Car Co., Detroit, Mich. May, 1941. Marine engine plant
Painesville Machine Co., Painesville, Ohio. Feb., 1942. Halftrac bogie wheel assembly produced in a machine shop located in an unused garage building
Parris Island, South Carolina. May, 1942. Comprehensive series
Plymouth Motor Corp., Chrysler Corp., Detroit, Mich. Feb., 1942. Conversion of a plant from manufacture of a popular priced automobile to tank production
Production of Bofors 40mm anti-aircraft gun mounts and carriages. Dec., 1941. Rubber factory converted to war production
Production of milling machines and machine castings in a machine tool plant. Jan., 1942. Laboratory testing the component parts of iron while melting and pouring
Quaker State Refining Corp., Oil City, Penna. Sept., 1941. Distillation units, solution and vacuum towers and storage tanks, at Quaker State Refining Corp., Oil City
Recapping automobile tires. Feb., 1943. Automobile service station attendant calling attention of a customer to a worn-out tire which should be recapped in order to conserve rubber
Republic Steel Corp., Youngstown, Ohio. Nov., 1941. Excavating for a new blast furnace
Salinas Valley, Calif. November, 1942. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture emergency rubber project, administered by the U.S. Forest Service
Salvaging fats and greases. June, 1941, Feb., 1943.
Shenango Pottery Co., New Castle, Penna. Dec., 1941. Comprehensive series of photographs of the production of dishes for the U.S. Navy, from clay on the potters' wheel to finished product
Siven Machine Co., Painesville, O. Feb., 1942. Dies for incendiary bombs manufactured in a toy furniture factory
South to Zamboanga [MP] 1936:
Steel production in Pennsylvania. Nov.-Dec., 1941. Steel mill equipment produced at Aetna Standard Engineering Co., Ellwood City
Tank armor production. Nov., 1941. Forging cutting tools on a steam hammer
Tube-turns, Inc., Louisville, Ky. Jan., 1942. Production of large pipe elbows for the U.S. Army
U.S. Office of Price Administration Control programs. 1942-1943. Various methods of protecting the home front, through rent control and sugar rationing
Unemployment due to conversion of factories to war production. July, 1941. "John Jones" (?pseud.), a silk worker unemployed because his potential employers cannot obtain silk supplies which have been reserved for war use
Vultee Aircraft, Inc., Downey, Calif. 1942(?) Construction of BT-13A ("Valiant") basic trainer airplane
Vultee Aircraft, Inc., Nashville, Tenn. Feb., 1943. The first new aircraft factory completed in the defense zone between the Alleghenies and the Rocky Mountains
Wadsworth Watch Case Co., Inc., Dayton, Ky. Feb., 1942. Conversion of a watch case and ladies' compact factory to the manufacture of bomb fuze baffles, compass cases, precision radio parts ...
Washington, D.C. 1942. Individual citation winners in the War Production Drive being awarded certificates by President Franklin D. Roosevelt at a White House ceremony
Washington, D.C. 1943. Victory Book Campaign
Washington, D.C. Feb., 1943. Combined Munitions Assignments Board at a weekly meeting, presided over by Harry Hopkins, chairman
Washington, D.C. Feb., 1943. Lend-Lease hearings before U.S. House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee
Washington, D.C. March 11, 1943. Luncheon of dehydrated foods, served at the Statler Hotel to mark second anniversary of Lend-Lease
Washington, D.C. March, 1943. Opening of the Walsh Club sponsored and supervised by the District of Columbia Municipal Recreation Association
Waste paper salvage. Feb., 1942. Baling press compressing cardboard into small bundles
Westinghouse Electric and Mfg. Co., Louisville, Ky. 1942(?). Productiion of naval gun mounts
Willys-Overland Motors, Inc., Toledo, O. Dec., 1941. Production of 55mm. a converted automobile plant
Wilson Dam near Sheffield, Ala. June, 1942. Construction of the generators in the hydro-electric plant under the Tennessee Valley Authority
Wood Mosaic Co., Inc., Highland Park, Louisville, Ky. June, 1942. Plant converted from processing hardwood plank flooring to manufacture of gunstocks, or "rifle furniture." Cutting, stacking sheets and drying. Gluing and making plywood panels under hydraulic pressure.
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