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A Brighter Tomorrow: 1942

A Brighter Tomorrow: 1942

June 1942. "Kenneth C. Hall with his wife, Helen Louise, and daughter Peggy. Mr. Hall is a foreman in the hot rolling mill at the Reynolds Metals Company, an aluminum plant using Tennessee Valley Authority electricity. He lives in this TVA defense house at Sheffield, Alabama." View full size. Medium format negative by Arthur Rothstein for the Office of War Information.

 

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Reynolds Alloys in Sheffield.

I know right where Reynolds is (was) in Sheffield. We used to pass it on the way to the Rivermont subdivision when visiting my aunt. Small world.

Reynolds Alloys

That thing on his belt appears to be an ID badge, complete with a photo, that says Reynolds Alloys The photos on this site are high quality. (Easy to zoom) Great site.

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