Working At Liggett Spring and Axle, September 1975

Liggett Spring and Axle, Sept. 1975
Liggett Spring and Axle, Sept. 1975 (click twice to view full size)
"Second end - second plate line. Four burner forge furnace of our design and manufacture. Secondary spring plates are rolled and trimmed in Abbey-Etna roll and ... ?
Reverse of photograph above - "Second end - second plate line. Four burner forge furnace of our design and manufacture. Secondary spring plates are rolled and trimmed in Abbey-Etna roll and ... (?) press."
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Crips or Bloods?

I came across this photograph a while ago. Great details showing people at work. Anybody know who this is? Can anybody decipher the the last two lines on the back of the photograph? It’s hard to believe this photo is 35 years old!

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2 thoughts on “Working At Liggett Spring and Axle, September 1975

  1. Jamie Ross March 14, 2011 / 2:09 pm

    No safety glasses! Times were different then…. Jamie

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  2. Lowell Dexter July 28, 2013 / 5:42 pm

    Not LS&A but Toledo Spring, Toledo, Ohio
    Lowell Dexter

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