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Scovill Brass Works, 59 Mill Street, Waterbury, New Haven County, CT



B&W Photos

HB266118
View Northwest Of Mill Street Gate And West Facade Of Buildings 1 (c

HB266119
View West Of Rear Elevation Of Buildings 1, 2 And 3; 1 At Left Center, 2 At Center And 3 At Right Center

HB266120
View East Of Mill Street Buildings; 20 At Extreme Left Center; 21 At Mid-left Center; 4 At Left Center; Rundbogenstil Tower At Center; Building 3 Right Center; Building 2 At Extreme Right Center; Building 3 Is The Oldest Building On Site And Was Built Cir

HB266121
View South Of North Elevations Of Buildings 2 And 3; Building 3 At Left Center; Building 2 At Right Center

HB266122
View South From Building 20 Of Buildings 4, 3 And 2; Building 4 At Extreme Left Center; Rundbogenstil Tower At Left Center; Building 3 At Center; Building 2 Right Of Center And '1876' Stack At Extreme Right

HB266123
Roof Truss In Attic Of Building 2

HB266124
View East Of Top Of Rundbogenstil Tower Between Buildings 3 And 4

HB266125
View East-northeast Of Transformer Bays And Sub-station; Building 8 Is At Extreme Left Center; Build-ing 50 Is Visible At Left Center Behind Building 8

HB266126
View North Of South And East Elevation Of Building 7; Note Pedestrian Bridge Traversing Mad River In Center Foreground

HB266127
View West Of Steam Line Supported On Bents From Building 43 Power Plant To Building 32 At Extreme Right Center; Buildings 7, 8, 48 And 50 Left To Right Center Are In The Background

HB266128
View South Of Interior Of Pump House Near Southeast Corner Of Building 7; Pump Was Mounted On Base At Center Of Photo; Pump Was Driven By An Electric Motor (stator Remains At Bottom Center) And Could Also Be Driven By A Terry Steam Turbine At Center

HB266129
View Of South Elevations Of Buildings 7, 8, 48, 50, 40, 39 And 33; Building 7 At Extreme Left Center, Building 8 Left Center Foreground; Building 48 Left Center Background; Building 50 Center Foreground; Building 40 Center Background; Building 39 Right F

HB266130
View Northeast Of Brick Chimney Stack With '1876' Marker Embedded; Chimney Removed Exhaust From Forges In The Blacksmith Shop, Building 11, Remnants Of Which Can Be Seen In The Center Foreground

HB266131
View West Of Blower And Iron Stack Located In Remains Of Building 11

HB266132
View West Of East Facade Of Hamilton Avenue Main Gate H12

HB266133
View East Of Inside Of Hamilton Avenue Main Gate H12; Building 71 Is At Left Of Photograph

HB266134
View North Of South Elevation Of Building 20 At Center Background; Note Rundbogenstil Tower At Right Center Of Photograph; Iron Stack And '1876' Brick Chimney Are At Left Center

HB266135
View South Of Timber Columns On First Floor Of Building 21 Showing Typical Mill Construction; Columns Rest On Cast Iron Base Plates

HB266136
View Northwest Of Elevations Of Buildings 22, 52 And 55; Building 22 At Left Center; Covered Walkway To Building 40 Is At Right Center; Building 52 Right Mid-center Background; Building 55 Connects Building 52 And 49a In Left Center Background

HB266137
View West Of Ceiling Beams In 1st Floor Of Building 23; Note Iron Tie Rod At Center Which Ties Exterior Brick Walls Together

HB266138
View West Of Building 32 Machine And Stamping Shop

HB266139
View Northeast Of Building 32; Note Main Steam Line On Bents In Right Center Of Photograph

HB266140
View South Of Interior Timber Trusses Building 32

HB266141
View West Of Building 32; The Trussed Roof Spans Approximately 120 Feet

HB266142
Detail Of Interior Truss In Building 32

HB266143
View West Of Fourth (top) Floor Building 40

HB266144
View Of West End Of Building 40, Second Floor Vault; Note Interior Shelving; Similar Vaults Were Located Throughout The Complex And Were Used To Secure Valuable Tooling, Precious Metals And Parts Inventory

HB266145
View West On 2nd Floor Of Typical Supporting Columns In Building 41; Note Cast Iron Connecting Flanges At Top Of Columns

HB266146
View Northeast Of Time Clock Station On Fifth Floor Of Building 41 (buffing Room)

HB266147
View West In Basement Of Building 41a; Note Plastic Ducting Which Was Used To Vent Corrosive Fumes From Acid Pickling And Electroplating Tanks

HB266148
View East In Basement Of Building 41a; Note Remains Of Supports For Overhead Trolley System At Left Center Of Photograph; Trolley System Was Used To Carry Baskets Of Small Parts Along The Electroplating Line

HB266149
View Southeast From Building 50 Of Buildings 43, 43a And 44; Building 43 At Right Center, Housed The Main Air Compressors For The Complex; Building 44 At Left Center, Was A Generator Room; Building 43a Behind 43 And 44 Housed The Main Hot Water Heating Pl

HB266150
View South Of North Elevation Of Boiler Plant Building 43; Building 44 Is At Extreme Left Center

HB266151
View West Of Remnants Of A Dam At Southwest Corner Of Building 43a

HB266152
View East Of Factory Whistle Timer Located In Building 43a

HB266153
View East Of Waste Heat Recovery System In Building 43a; This Was Part Of A System Which Provided Hot Water For Office And Factory Building Heating In The West Plant; Note Factory Whistle Timer On Top Of Heat Exchanger

HB266154
View East Of Interior Of Main Air Compressor Station In Building 43

HB266155
View West Of Interior Of Main Air Compressor Station In Building 43

HB266156
View West Of East Elevation Of Building 44 Generator Station; Building 43a At Left Center

HB266157
Roof Truss System Building 44

HB266158
View East Of Arch And Passageway Marked '1905' Through Building 48; Building 7 Is At Left Center, Building 6 Is At Extreme Right Of Photograph

HB266159
View East Of Plastic Stack (probably Pvc) Which Vented Fumes From The Dipping Operations In Building 49a; Building 49 Is At The Left Of The Photograph

HB266160
View Northwest Of Wooden Stack On Connector Between Buildings 49 And 41; Stack Vented Corrosive Fumes From Dipping Operations In Building 49a

HB266161
View East Of Buildings 49 At Right Center And 71a At Left Center Of Photograph

HB266162
View South Of Connector Linking Fifth Floor Of Building 71a With Building 49

HB266163
View South Of Connector Corridor Between Buildings 9 And 40

HB266164
View Southwest Of Plastic Vent Pipe And Remains Of Overhead Trolley Transport System In Building 49a Basement

HB266165
View East Of 2nd Floor Building 49; Note Remains Of Overhead Power Transmission System At Top Right Center Of Photograph

HB266166
View Northeast Of Metal Wash Machine In Basement Of Building 49a

HB266167
View East On 4th Floor Of Building 49 Of Overhead Pulley Power Transmission System

HB266168
View Of Wood Ducting In Basement Of Building 49

HB266169
View Of Sturtevant Blower In Basement Of Building 49a

HB266170
View Of 3 Foot Platform Elevator Lift In Basement Of Building 52

HB266171
View East Of Interior Of Crossover Building 55

HB266172
View Southwest Of East And North Elevations Of Building 71

HB266173
View North Of South Elevation Of Buildings 71 And 71a; Building 32 Is At The Extreme Left Of The Photograph

HB266174
View Northeast Of South Elevation Of Building 71a And 71

HB266175
View South Of East Main Street Gate Between Buildings 150 And 71a With Century Brass Products Sign

HB266176
View West Of 2nd Floor Building 71; Note Columns And Scale Office

HB266177
View Of Isolation Stations In Penthouse Of Building 71 Possibly Used For Explosives Production

HB266178
View Of Explosion Resistant Doors To Isolation Stations In Penthouse Of Building 71

HB266179
View East On 3rd Floor Of Building 71a Showing Work Stations Probably Used For Assembling Thermostats

HB266180
View East Of Site Of Building 148 Shipping And Receiving Docks

HB266181
View Northeast Of Water Treatment Plant

HB266182
View Southeast Of Dam On John D's Pond On The Mad River-scovill Brass Works Site

HB266183
View Southeast Of John D's Pond With Main Power Plant In Background

HB266184
View Southwest Of North Gate To Pedestrian Overpass Linking Employees Parking Lot To Locker Room And Rod And Tube Mill

HB266185
View Northwest Of Building 65b Carpenter Shop And Wire Mill

HB266186
View South Of Buildings 65a, 65b, 65c And 136; Building 68 Is In The Center Background Of The Photograph

HB266187
View South Of Truss In Building 65a

HB266188
View Southeast In Building 65c Tool Room

HB266189
View South Of Receiving Clerks Office Adjacent To Building 68a; This Was A Receiving Office For Rail Shipments

HB266190
View Southwest Of Building 145 At Right Center; Building 68 At Left Center; Old Hospital Building Is Located At Lower Center Between 145 And 68

HB266191
View Southwest Of Building 68 Interior; Note Remnant Of Exhaust System At Right Center Of Photograph

HB266192
View South From Strip Mill Towards Rod And Tube Mill Building 68

HB266193
View West Of Casting Shop Building 72

HB266194
View Northwest Of Power Plant Buildings 75a And 75b; 75a Is Right Center And 75b Is Center Of Photograph

HB266195
View Southwest Of Power Plant Building 75a

HB266196
View North Of Power Plant Building 75

HB266197
View West-northwest Of Power Plant Buildings 75a And 75b; 75a Is Located In The Center Of The Photograph, 75b Is To The Left Of Center

HB266198
View Southeast Of Bucket Conveyor Tower For Coal Handling At Building 75 Power Plant

HB266199
View Northwest Of Main Turbine Hall In Building 75a

HB266200
View West Of Turbine No

HB266201
Power Plant Boiler Control Panel In Building 75

HB266202
View Northeast Of Field Rheostat And Breaker For Turbo-generators In Building 75a, Main Turbine Hall

HB266203
View South Of Steam Turbine Driven Field Generator In Basement Of Building 75a Power Plant

HB266204
View South Of Riley Boiler In Power Plant, Building 75

HB266205
Zeolite Tanks In Boiler Water Treatment Facility Of Power Plant Building 75b

HB266206
View Northeast Of Building 98 Oil House And Storage Tank; Oil For Power Generation Was Unloaded From Tank Cars And Stored At This Facility

HB266207
View Northwest Of Scrap House And Cast House, Buildings 101 And 72; Building 101 In The Center Of The Photograph Housed Scrap Metal Cleaning And Processing Facilities; Building 72 At Right Center Housed Melting Furnaces And Continuous Casting Machinery

HB266208
View Northwest Of Walkway Which Allowed Pedestrian Travel Over A Rail Yard; Building 103 In The Center Background Of The Photograph Was A Shipping Dock For Mill Products

HB266209
View North Of Buildings 109 And 112; Building 109 At Left Center Housed Zipper Fastener Production And Toilet Valve Assembly; Building 112 Was Used For Zipper Production And Housed Automatic Screw Machine Operations

HB266210
View North Of South Elevation Of Building 109; Building 143 At Extreme Left Center Was A Garage

HB266211
View Southeast Of 2nd Floor In Building 109

HB266212
View West Of Building 112

HB266213
View Northwest Of 4th Floor Of Building 112; Note Remnants Of Bearing Supports For Overhead Belt And Pulley Power Transmission System

HB266214
View West Of Building 118 Substation; Building 140, A Wire Mill, Is At Center Left Of The Photograph

HB266215
View North Of Southwest Elevation Of Electrical Substation, Building 118

HB266216
View Southeast Of Interior Of Substation 118 Showing Circuit Breakers

HB266217
View North Of Building 127 Substation; Building 112 Is In The Right Background Of The Photograph

HB266218
View Northwest Of Building 136 Interior; Press Room

HB266219
View Northeast Of Buildings 140 And 65b; Building 140 Is At Left Center, Building 65b Is To The Right Of Building 140

HB266220
View Northwest From Building 65b Toward Building 140

HB266221
View Northwest Of Interior Of Building 140

HB266222
View North-northwest Of Building 145, Strip Mill

HB266223
View Southeast Of Building 153, Grenade Fuse Production

HB266224
View West Of Building 153 Interior

HB266225
View Northeast Of Building 153 And Loading Docks


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Item Title


Location
59 Mill Street, Waterbury, CT

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER CT-153
Significance: The Scovill Brass Works was established in Waterbury as Abel Porter & Company in 1802. Early in its 175 year history it produced buttons, coins, whale oil lamps, carriage trim, and daguerreotype plates. Later, the company produced a diverse mixture of mill products, consumer items and components for original equipment manufacturers. Scovill was a major supplier of brass cartridge munitions casings. After World War II, with 12,000 employees, the company manufactured a quarter of a million individual and distinct products. Scovill was a resourceful business firm. It was an early user of time study methods to improve efficiency. Its engineers developed ingenious manufacturing methods and mass produced quality parts to exacting tolerances at low prices. The Waterbury plant was a completely integrated facility and was capable of performing all necessary manufacturing operations. The buildings at the Scovill site in Waterbury constituted an interesting cross-section of types of industrial architecture that were popular between the mid-19th and early 20th centuries. One building, destined for preservation, is a rare example of a Rundbogenstil facade. It was erected just prior to 1876. The Scovill plant evolved to accommodate increased market demands, changing technologies, and the encroachment of urbanization. Scovill's presence in the community was a catalyst in shaping Waterbury as it exists today. The interactions between Scovill and the local labor force shaped Waterbury's history. The company played a consequential part in local, state and national history throughout most of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

Subjects
Brasswork


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. VIEW NORTHWEST OF MILL STREET GATE AND WEST FACADE OF BUILDINGS 1 (c. 1896), CENTER, AND 2 (c. 1876); EXECUTIVE AND FINANCE OFFICES WERE LOCATED HERE.
2. VIEW WEST OF REAR ELEVATION OF BUILDINGS 1, 2 and 3; 1 AT LEFT CENTER, 2 AT CENTER AND 3 AT RIGHT CENTER
3. VIEW EAST OF MILL STREET BUILDINGS; 20 AT EXTREME LEFT CENTER; 21 AT MID-LEFT CENTER; 4 AT LEFT CENTER; RUNDBOGENSTIL TOWER AT CENTER; BUILDING 3 RIGHT CENTER; BUILDING 2 AT EXTREME RIGHT CENTER; BUILDING 3 IS THE OLDEST BUILDING ON SITE AND WAS BUILT CIRCA 1850
4. VIEW SOUTH OF NORTH ELEVATIONS OF BUILDINGS 2 AND 3; BUILDING 3 AT LEFT CENTER; BUILDING 2 AT RIGHT CENTER
5. VIEW SOUTH FROM BUILDING 20 OF BUILDINGS 4, 3 AND 2; BUILDING 4 AT EXTREME LEFT CENTER; RUNDBOGENSTIL TOWER AT LEFT CENTER; BUILDING 3 AT CENTER; BUILDING 2 RIGHT OF CENTER AND '1876' STACK AT EXTREME RIGHT
6. ROOF TRUSS IN ATTIC OF BUILDING 2
7. VIEW EAST OF TOP OF RUNDBOGENSTIL TOWER BETWEEN BUILDINGS 3 AND 4
8. VIEW EAST-NORTHEAST OF TRANSFORMER BAYS AND SUB-STATION; BUILDING 8 IS AT EXTREME LEFT CENTER; BUILD-ING 50 IS VISIBLE AT LEFT CENTER BEHIND BUILDING 8
9. VIEW NORTH OF SOUTH AND EAST ELEVATION OF BUILDING 7; NOTE PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE TRAVERSING MAD RIVER IN CENTER FOREGROUND
10. VIEW WEST OF STEAM LINE SUPPORTED ON BENTS FROM BUILDING 43 POWER PLANT TO BUILDING 32 AT EXTREME RIGHT CENTER; BUILDINGS 7, 8, 48 AND 50 LEFT TO RIGHT CENTER ARE IN THE BACKGROUND
11. VIEW SOUTH OF INTERIOR OF PUMP HOUSE NEAR SOUTHEAST CORNER OF BUILDING 7; PUMP WAS MOUNTED ON BASE AT CENTER OF PHOTO; PUMP WAS DRIVEN BY AN ELECTRIC MOTOR (STATOR REMAINS AT BOTTOM CENTER) AND COULD ALSO BE DRIVEN BY A TERRY STEAM TURBINE AT CENTER
12. VIEW OF SOUTH ELEVATIONS OF BUILDINGS 7, 8, 48, 50, 40, 39 AND 33; BUILDING 7 AT EXTREME LEFT CENTER, BUILDING 8 LEFT CENTER FOREGROUND; BUILDING 48 LEFT CENTER BACKGROUND; BUILDING 50 CENTER FOREGROUND; BUILDING 40 CENTER BACKGROUND; BUILDING 39 RIGHT FOREGROUND; BUILDING 33 RIGHT BACKGROUND
13. VIEW NORTHEAST OF BRICK CHIMNEY STACK WITH '1876' MARKER EMBEDDED; CHIMNEY REMOVED EXHAUST FROM FORGES IN THE BLACKSMITH SHOP, BUILDING 11, REMNANTS OF WHICH CAN BE SEEN IN THE CENTER FOREGROUND
14. VIEW WEST OF BLOWER AND IRON STACK LOCATED IN REMAINS OF BUILDING 11
15. VIEW WEST OF EAST FACADE OF HAMILTON AVENUE MAIN GATE H12
16. VIEW EAST OF INSIDE OF HAMILTON AVENUE MAIN GATE H12; BUILDING 71 IS AT LEFT OF PHOTOGRAPH
17. VIEW NORTH OF SOUTH ELEVATION OF BUILDING 20 AT CENTER BACKGROUND; NOTE RUNDBOGENSTIL TOWER AT RIGHT CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPH; IRON STACK AND '1876' BRICK CHIMNEY ARE AT LEFT CENTER
18. VIEW SOUTH OF TIMBER COLUMNS ON FIRST FLOOR OF BUILDING 21 SHOWING TYPICAL MILL CONSTRUCTION; COLUMNS REST ON CAST IRON BASE PLATES
19. VIEW NORTHWEST OF ELEVATIONS OF BUILDINGS 22, 52 AND 55; BUILDING 22 AT LEFT CENTER; COVERED WALKWAY TO BUILDING 40 IS AT RIGHT CENTER; BUILDING 52 RIGHT MID-CENTER BACKGROUND; BUILDING 55 CONNECTS BUILDING 52 AND 49A IN LEFT CENTER BACKGROUND
20. VIEW WEST OF CEILING BEAMS IN 1ST FLOOR OF BUILDING 23; NOTE IRON TIE ROD AT CENTER WHICH TIES EXTERIOR BRICK WALLS TOGETHER
21. VIEW WEST OF BUILDING 32 MACHINE AND STAMPING SHOP
22. VIEW NORTHEAST OF BUILDING 32; NOTE MAIN STEAM LINE ON BENTS IN RIGHT CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPH
23. VIEW SOUTH OF INTERIOR TIMBER TRUSSES BUILDING 32
24. VIEW WEST OF BUILDING 32; THE TRUSSED ROOF SPANS APPROXIMATELY 120 FEET
25. DETAIL OF INTERIOR TRUSS IN BUILDING 32
26. VIEW WEST OF FOURTH (TOP) FLOOR BUILDING 40
27. VIEW OF WEST END OF BUILDING 40, SECOND FLOOR VAULT; NOTE INTERIOR SHELVING; SIMILAR VAULTS WERE LOCATED THROUGHOUT THE COMPLEX AND WERE USED TO SECURE VALUABLE TOOLING, PRECIOUS METALS AND PARTS INVENTORY
28. VIEW WEST ON 2ND FLOOR OF TYPICAL SUPPORTING COLUMNS IN BUILDING 41; NOTE CAST IRON CONNECTING FLANGES AT TOP OF COLUMNS
29. VIEW NORTHEAST OF TIME CLOCK STATION ON FIFTH FLOOR OF BUILDING 41 (BUFFING ROOM)
30. VIEW WEST IN BASEMENT OF BUILDING 41A; NOTE PLASTIC DUCTING WHICH WAS USED TO VENT CORROSIVE FUMES FROM ACID PICKLING AND ELECTROPLATING TANKS
31. VIEW EAST IN BASEMENT OF BUILDING 41A; NOTE REMAINS OF SUPPORTS FOR OVERHEAD TROLLEY SYSTEM AT LEFT CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPH; TROLLEY SYSTEM WAS USED TO CARRY BASKETS OF SMALL PARTS ALONG THE ELECTROPLATING LINE
32. VIEW SOUTHEAST FROM BUILDING 50 OF BUILDINGS 43, 43A AND 44; BUILDING 43 AT RIGHT CENTER, HOUSED THE MAIN AIR COMPRESSORS FOR THE COMPLEX; BUILDING 44 AT LEFT CENTER, WAS A GENERATOR ROOM; BUILDING 43A BEHIND 43 AND 44 HOUSED THE MAIN HOT WATER HEATING PLANT FOR THE COMPLEX
33. VIEW SOUTH OF NORTH ELEVATION OF BOILER PLANT BUILDING 43; BUILDING 44 IS AT EXTREME LEFT CENTER
34. VIEW WEST OF REMNANTS OF A DAM AT SOUTHWEST CORNER OF BUILDING 43A
35. VIEW EAST OF FACTORY WHISTLE TIMER LOCATED IN BUILDING 43A
36. VIEW EAST OF WASTE HEAT RECOVERY SYSTEM IN BUILDING 43A; THIS WAS PART OF A SYSTEM WHICH PROVIDED HOT WATER FOR OFFICE AND FACTORY BUILDING HEATING IN THE WEST PLANT; NOTE FACTORY WHISTLE TIMER ON TOP OF HEAT EXCHANGER
37. VIEW EAST OF INTERIOR OF MAIN AIR COMPRESSOR STATION IN BUILDING 43
38. VIEW WEST OF INTERIOR OF MAIN AIR COMPRESSOR STATION IN BUILDING 43
39. VIEW WEST OF EAST ELEVATION OF BUILDING 44 GENERATOR STATION; BUILDING 43A AT LEFT CENTER
40. ROOF TRUSS SYSTEM BUILDING 44
41. VIEW EAST OF ARCH AND PASSAGEWAY MARKED '1905' THROUGH BUILDING 48; BUILDING 7 IS AT LEFT CENTER, BUILDING 6 IS AT EXTREME RIGHT OF PHOTOGRAPH
42. VIEW EAST OF PLASTIC STACK (PROBABLY PVC) WHICH VENTED FUMES FROM THE DIPPING OPERATIONS IN BUILDING 49A; BUILDING 49 IS AT THE LEFT OF THE PHOTOGRAPH
43. VIEW NORTHWEST OF WOODEN STACK ON CONNECTOR BETWEEN BUILDINGS 49 AND 41; STACK VENTED CORROSIVE FUMES FROM DIPPING OPERATIONS IN BUILDING 49A
44. VIEW EAST OF BUILDINGS 49 AT RIGHT CENTER AND 71A AT LEFT CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPH
45. VIEW SOUTH OF CONNECTOR LINKING FIFTH FLOOR OF BUILDING 71A WITH BUILDING 49
46. VIEW SOUTH OF CONNECTOR CORRIDOR BETWEEN BUILDINGS 9 AND 40
47. VIEW SOUTHWEST OF PLASTIC VENT PIPE AND REMAINS OF OVERHEAD TROLLEY TRANSPORT SYSTEM IN BUILDING 49A BASEMENT
48. VIEW EAST OF 2ND FLOOR BUILDING 49; NOTE REMAINS OF OVERHEAD POWER TRANSMISSION SYSTEM AT TOP RIGHT CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPH
49. VIEW NORTHEAST OF METAL WASH MACHINE IN BASEMENT OF BUILDING 49A
50. VIEW EAST ON 4TH FLOOR OF BUILDING 49 OF OVERHEAD PULLEY POWER TRANSMISSION SYSTEM
51. VIEW OF WOOD DUCTING IN BASEMENT OF BUILDING 49
52. VIEW OF STURTEVANT BLOWER IN BASEMENT OF BUILDING 49A
53. VIEW OF 3 FOOT PLATFORM ELEVATOR LIFT IN BASEMENT OF BUILDING 52
54. VIEW EAST OF INTERIOR OF CROSSOVER BUILDING 55
55. VIEW SOUTHWEST OF EAST AND NORTH ELEVATIONS OF BUILDING 71
56. VIEW NORTH OF SOUTH ELEVATION OF BUILDINGS 71 AND 71A; BUILDING 32 IS AT THE EXTREME LEFT OF THE PHOTOGRAPH
57. VIEW NORTHEAST OF SOUTH ELEVATION OF BUILDING 71A AND 71
58. VIEW SOUTH OF EAST MAIN STREET GATE BETWEEN BUILDINGS 150 AND 71A WITH CENTURY BRASS PRODUCTS SIGN
59. VIEW WEST OF 2ND FLOOR BUILDING 71; NOTE COLUMNS AND SCALE OFFICE
60. VIEW OF ISOLATION STATIONS IN PENTHOUSE OF BUILDING 71 POSSIBLY USED FOR EXPLOSIVES PRODUCTION
61. VIEW OF EXPLOSION RESISTANT DOORS TO ISOLATION STATIONS IN PENTHOUSE OF BUILDING 71
62. VIEW EAST ON 3RD FLOOR OF BUILDING 71A SHOWING WORK STATIONS PROBABLY USED FOR ASSEMBLING THERMOSTATS
63. VIEW EAST OF SITE OF BUILDING 148 SHIPPING AND RECEIVING DOCKS
64. VIEW NORTHEAST OF WATER TREATMENT PLANT
65. VIEW SOUTHEAST OF DAM ON JOHN D'S POND ON THE MAD RIVER-SCOVILL BRASS WORKS SITE
66. VIEW SOUTHEAST OF JOHN D'S POND WITH MAIN POWER PLANT IN BACKGROUND
67. VIEW SOUTHWEST OF NORTH GATE TO PEDESTRIAN OVERPASS LINKING EMPLOYEES PARKING LOT TO LOCKER ROOM AND ROD AND TUBE MILL
68. VIEW NORTHWEST OF BUILDING 65B CARPENTER SHOP AND WIRE MILL
69. VIEW SOUTH OF BUILDINGS 65A, 65B, 65C AND 136; BUILDING 68 IS IN THE CENTER BACKGROUND OF THE PHOTOGRAPH
70. VIEW SOUTH OF TRUSS IN BUILDING 65A
71. VIEW SOUTHEAST IN BUILDING 65C TOOL ROOM
72. VIEW SOUTH OF RECEIVING CLERKS OFFICE ADJACENT TO BUILDING 68A; THIS WAS A RECEIVING OFFICE FOR RAIL SHIPMENTS
73. VIEW SOUTHWEST OF BUILDING 145 AT RIGHT CENTER; BUILDING 68 AT LEFT CENTER; OLD HOSPITAL BUILDING IS LOCATED AT LOWER CENTER BETWEEN 145 AND 68
74. VIEW SOUTHWEST OF BUILDING 68 INTERIOR; NOTE REMNANT OF EXHAUST SYSTEM AT RIGHT CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPH
75. VIEW SOUTH FROM STRIP MILL TOWARDS ROD AND TUBE MILL BUILDING 68
76. VIEW WEST OF CASTING SHOP BUILDING 72
77. VIEW NORTHWEST OF POWER PLANT BUILDINGS 75A AND 75B; 75A IS RIGHT CENTER AND 75B IS CENTER OF PHOTOGRAPH
78. VIEW SOUTHWEST OF POWER PLANT BUILDING 75A
79. VIEW NORTH OF POWER PLANT BUILDING 75
80. VIEW WEST-NORTHWEST OF POWER PLANT BUILDINGS 75A AND 75B; 75A IS LOCATED IN THE CENTER OF THE PHOTOGRAPH, 75B IS TO THE LEFT OF CENTER
81. VIEW SOUTHEAST OF BUCKET CONVEYOR TOWER FOR COAL HANDLING AT BUILDING 75 POWER PLANT
82. VIEW NORTHWEST OF MAIN TURBINE HALL IN BUILDING 75A
83. VIEW WEST OF TURBINE No. 4 IN MAIN TURBINE HALL OF BUILDING 75A
84. POWER PLANT BOILER CONTROL PANEL IN BUILDING 75
85. VIEW NORTHEAST OF FIELD RHEOSTAT AND BREAKER FOR TURBO-GENERATORS IN BUILDING 75A, MAIN TURBINE HALL
86. VIEW SOUTH OF STEAM TURBINE DRIVEN FIELD GENERATOR IN BASEMENT OF BUILDING 75A POWER PLANT
87. VIEW SOUTH OF RILEY BOILER IN POWER PLANT, BUILDING 75
88. ZEOLITE TANKS IN BOILER WATER TREATMENT FACILITY OF POWER PLANT BUILDING 75B
90. VIEW NORTHEAST OF BUILDING 98 OIL HOUSE AND STORAGE TANK; OIL FOR POWER GENERATION WAS UNLOADED FROM TANK CARS AND STORED AT THIS FACILITY
91. VIEW NORTHWEST OF SCRAP HOUSE AND CAST HOUSE, BUILDINGS 101 AND 72; BUILDING 101 IN THE CENTER OF THE PHOTOGRAPH HOUSED SCRAP METAL CLEANING AND PROCESSING FACILITIES; BUILDING 72 AT RIGHT CENTER HOUSED MELTING FURNACES AND CONTINUOUS CASTING MACHINERY
92. VIEW NORTHWEST OF WALKWAY WHICH ALLOWED PEDESTRIAN TRAVEL OVER A RAIL YARD; BUILDING 103 IN THE CENTER BACKGROUND OF THE PHOTOGRAPH WAS A SHIPPING DOCK FOR MILL PRODUCTS
93. VIEW NORTH OF BUILDINGS 109 AND 112; BUILDING 109 AT LEFT CENTER HOUSED ZIPPER FASTENER PRODUCTION AND TOILET VALVE ASSEMBLY; BUILDING 112 WAS USED FOR ZIPPER PRODUCTION AND HOUSED AUTOMATIC SCREW MACHINE OPERATIONS
94. VIEW NORTH OF SOUTH ELEVATION OF BUILDING 109; BUILDING 143 AT EXTREME LEFT CENTER WAS A GARAGE
95. VIEW SOUTHEAST OF 2ND FLOOR IN BUILDING 109
96. VIEW WEST OF BUILDING 112
97. VIEW NORTHWEST OF 4TH FLOOR OF BUILDING 112; NOTE REMNANTS OF BEARING SUPPORTS FOR OVERHEAD BELT AND PULLEY POWER TRANSMISSION SYSTEM
98. VIEW WEST OF BUILDING 118 SUBSTATION; BUILDING 140, A WIRE MILL, IS AT CENTER LEFT OF THE PHOTOGRAPH
99. VIEW NORTH OF SOUTHWEST ELEVATION OF ELECTRICAL SUBSTATION, BUILDING 118
100. VIEW SOUTHEAST OF INTERIOR OF SUBSTATION 118 SHOWING CIRCUIT BREAKERS
101. VIEW NORTH OF BUILDING 127 SUBSTATION; BUILDING 112 IS IN THE RIGHT BACKGROUND OF THE PHOTOGRAPH
103. VIEW NORTHWEST OF BUILDING 136 INTERIOR; PRESS ROOM
104. VIEW NORTHEAST OF BUILDINGS 140 AND 65B; BUILDING 140 IS AT LEFT CENTER, BUILDING 65B IS TO THE RIGHT OF BUILDING 140
105. VIEW NORTHWEST FROM BUILDING 65B TOWARD BUILDING 140
106. VIEW NORTHWEST OF INTERIOR OF BUILDING 140
107. VIEW NORTH-NORTHWEST OF BUILDING 145, STRIP MILL
108. VIEW SOUTHEAST OF BUILDING 153, GRENADE FUSE PRODUCTION
109. VIEW WEST OF BUILDING 153 INTERIOR
110. VIEW NORTHEAST OF BUILDING 153 AND LOADING DOCKS


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