What a beautiful man with a beautiful name (Mr. Hamilton Polk). He’s been with the McIlhenny Company for over 40 years and has even been the face of several advertisements. He graciously explain how oak barrels, once used for whiskey and bourbon, are retrofitted and reinforced to handle the acidic and spicy conditions of mash fermentation.

What a beautiful man with a beautiful name (Mr. Hamilton Polk). He’s been with the McIlhenny Company for over 40 years and has even been the face of several advertisements. He graciously explain how oak barrels, once used for whiskey and bourbon, are retrofitted and reinforced to handle the acidic and spicy conditions of mash fermentation.

Laura Knight, "Ruby Loftus Screwing a Breech-ring," 1943. This painting depicts "outstanding factory worker" Ruby Loftus at her lathe in the Royal Ordnance Factory in Newport, South Wales. Official war artist Dame Laura Knight spent four weeks in the factory sketching Ruby Loftus at work. The portrait captures the intense concentration and poise of her subject. The technical accuracy of the industrial setting was also widely praised."

Laura Knight, "Ruby Loftus Screwing a Breech-ring," 1943. This painting depicts "outstanding factory worker" Ruby Loftus at her lathe in the Royal Ordnance Factory in Newport, South Wales. Official war artist Dame Laura Knight spent four weeks in the factory sketching Ruby Loftus at work. The portrait captures the intense concentration and poise of her subject. The technical accuracy of the industrial setting was also widely praised."

1940S Workers Blueprints Industry Women Woman Wartime Worker Wwii Factory

1940S Workers Blueprints Industry Women Woman Wartime Worker Wwii Factory

munitions factory, world war II, england, women in the workforce, women factory workers

munitions factory, world war II, england, women in the workforce, women factory workers

WOOLWICH ARSENAL. INDUSTRY DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR: © IWM (Q 27839)  A female worker operates a naval gun rifling machine in the Royal Gun Factory at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London, in May 1918.

WOOLWICH ARSENAL. INDUSTRY DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR: © IWM (Q 27839) A female worker operates a naval gun rifling machine in the Royal Gun Factory at the Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London, in May 1918.

This one really caught my eye because this shows just how hard they wanted equal rights in there jobs but how glamours they kept themselves

This one really caught my eye because this shows just how hard they wanted equal rights in there jobs but how glamours they kept themselves

michael wolf(1954- ), the real toy story: toy factory portraits http://photomichaelwolf.com/#the-real-toy-story-factory-workers-portraits/5

michael wolf(1954- ), the real toy story: toy factory portraits http://photomichaelwolf.com/#the-real-toy-story-factory-workers-portraits/5

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