National Geographic : 1943 Jun
Westinghouse creates light by the mile. .. Light for the airport... light for the long factory aisle ... light on the hands of a woman, knitting in the evening. Out of steam or waterpower, Westinghouse equipment generates electricity to make this light. Westinghouse skill is in these lightning fingers... setting the filament in place... creating the lamp... cre ating light. In the fingers of such Westinghouse people as Nancy Morris, in their skill, lies the secret of a thing that is intangible yet real-Westinghouse quality. Westinghouse kindles a light in a boy's eye to this boy, and all his generation, we have made a prom ise: That good things, and useful things-electrical and electronic appliances and products-will come out of the experience gained in this time of war and destruc tion. Perhaps this boy will take part in their creation ..will join us in our common desire - to do things better, to make things better, for a better and finer world. Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, (i Pittsburgh, Pa. Plants in 25 cities . . . offices everywhere.