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“This photograph of Allis-Chalmers employees at the La Porte Works shows a World War II scene typical of U.S. factories. Having converted to war production from their regular line of agricultural harvesting equipment, Allis-Chalmers was busy with government contracts for machinery to be used in the war effort. In this view, the workers are shown finishing a 90 m.m. gun.”, photo and caption from LaPorteCountyHistory.org

“This photograph of Allis-Chalmers employees at the La Porte Works shows a World War II scene typical of U.S. factories. Having converted to war production from their regular line of agricultural harvesting equipment, Allis-Chalmers was busy with government contracts for machinery to be used in the war effort. In this view, the workers are shown finishing a 90 m.m. gun.”, photo and caption from LaPorteCountyHistory.org (Credit: CRFU)

Taken: 1944 (Estimated)
Contributor Name: Copyright Fair Use
Contributor Website: Wikipedia Fair Use
Location-Photo ID: 599
Added to Database: 9 November 2011
Filename: AllisChalmerspic_Gun_AllisChalmers_LPCH-Org_c.jpg
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Location-Category ID: 64800