National Geographic : 1944 Dec
The National Geographic Magazine a.Naiona ueograpnc society Kodachrome by B. Anthony Stewart Oven-fresh Coke, Rammed into Fresh Air, Bursts into Flame at River Rouge Soon the fiery mass will be quenched in water. Mixer and pulverizer, the tower prepares coal for baking. Daily, 4,500 tons of coal flow into Ford ovens. Out come 3,300 tons of coke and 52,500,000 cubic feet of gas.