: A worker is using a lathe to turn a steel shaft at the Ohio Malleable Iron Company, 1919. This company was a subsidiary of the Jeffrey Manufacturing Company based in Columbus, Ohio. An electric motor is powering the lathe, but overhead are a power transmission shaft, pulleys, and belts still used to drive other machinery. View on Ohio Memory.
: AL01397 Subjects
: Ohio Malleable Iron Company (Columbus, Ohio); Ohio Economy--Economy--Labor Places
: Columbus (Ohio)