Publication Date

1986

Abstract

The Electro Chemical Company was a subcontractor for General Motors that manufactured name plates, beer trays, instruments, "scuff plates" for doors, and more. This article is a first-hand account of the design and manufacturing process of this factory in the Bronx, New York City, from 1900-1960.

Volume

XXIII

Issue

2

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Anthropology Commons

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