: This photograph shows the power transmission machinery in the Ohio Malleable Iron Company, a Columbus-based subsidiary of the Jeffrey Manufacturing Company, Columbus, Ohio, 1919. Power was delivered to the machines by overhead drive shafts, pulleys and belts. Each drive shaft had its own power source, either water, steam or electrical. View on Ohio Memory.
: AL01394 Subjects
: Ohio Malleable Iron Company (Columbus, Ohio); Ohio Economy--Economy--Business Places
: Columbus (Ohio)