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WWII Workers: 1943

WWII Workers: 1943

The Universal Cyclops Steel Manufacturers Laboratory in Titusville, Pennsylvania, circa 1943. Kodachrome slide by Ralph E. Archer who owned and operated Archer Camera in Titusville with his wife from 1929 to 1961. Archer had worked at Cyclops during the 1920s and again during WWII leaving his wife to run the camera shop for the duration of the war. Pictured here are four of his fellow workers, whose names are unknown, and his daughter Shirley A. Archer, also my aunt, on the far right. She was still in high school at the time.

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