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Thread: Vintage work crew photos

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    Must have had a lot of littering from the population of 1.5 mill.

    If they gave out on the spot fines for littering they would have employed as many folk and gained revenue : but depression may have meant more in jail costing more.
    Ah, darn stats once again.

    As was pointed out the big cheesy grins were for publicity.LOL

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    Hum, good idea for giving homeless people that are out of work a lift up here in the States, glad to pay them $15.00 an hour!

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    It´s staged of course, and likely very close to their yard of mass departure. Along their walk they would branch out to each individual route. The street they´re on would likely belong to the last in line, who would pick up trash without obstructing any sweeper behind him. Just guessing.

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    Maybe the last day of work for the horse dung patrol?

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    I imagine the vast majority of these work crew photos are staged, especially considering the era.

    On the other hand, when grown men stand next to chest-high wheels, they tend to smile. It's like tickling a baby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon View Post
    I imagine the vast majority of these work crew photos are staged, especially considering the era.

    On the other hand, when grown men stand next to chest-high wheels, they tend to smile. It's like tickling a baby.
    I'm MOL average height. Cart wheels don't do it for me. But spoked motorcycle wheels do at a third that height. So does spinning rubber!
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    Construction of a floating dry dock, Marietta Manufacturing Company, Point Pleasant, W. Va, 1926.
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    Aeroplane erecting room at the Thomas Brothers Aeroplane Company, Ithaca, New York, November 1915.
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    Madison Silk Company. March, 1937.

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    All those hanging lights. Its just not cricket but I bet there were some good yarns spun there.

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