National Geographic : 1947 Jul
Drums to Dynamos on the Mohawk Wash Boilers Instead of Weapons Now Issue from Rome, "The Copper City" Turning from rockets, projectiles, and airplane parts, this plant pours out pots, pans, boilers, and thousands of teakettles a day. Here a solderer seals the seams in a newborn copper washtub. © National Geographic Society Kodachromnes by B. Anthony Stewart "How Do You Like My Table amid the Cable?" Wire made by this cable company at Rome ranges from hairlike strands for Christmas tree decoration to high tension cables for carrying heavy loads of electric power. Bright colors aid electricians in identifying wires.