National Geographic : 1938 Mar
AN ADVERTISEMENT OF THE WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC & MFG. CO. * PITTSBURGH, PA. Electricity has come of age within the lifetime of a single man YOU'LL find a veteran like this at work in the huge main aisle of the East Pittsburgh plant. Another may be bend ing over a drawing board in East Springfield, or behind a busy desk at Newark. Perhaps another is an inspector at Mans field or Sharon, or running a ma chine at the Trenton lamp works. Wherever they are, whatever they are doing, there is some thing more than honesty and sincerity in the eyes of these old-time Westinghouse workers. Theirs are the eyes of men who have seen and done big things. The entire pageant of modern electrical progress has passed before them. They have known the in timate history of thewonders we accept as commonplace today. For the history of Westing house is the history of modern electricity. These men have helped apply it to every kind of industry - to power plants - to transportation and communi cations. They have helped to put light, heat, refrigeration and laborsaving devices into millions of homes - to make electricity cost less as it does more. In short, such men have worked shoulder to shoulder with the world's greatest force in solving the world's great problems. Small wonder that they are proud of their com pany. Small wonder that their company is proud of them. ® Westinghouse "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."