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Catalog Number 2004.17.5
Object Name Magazine
Title The Web
Date October 1943
Year Range from 1943
Year Range to 1943
Description Paper magazine "The Web" written for and by the Associates of Zephyr Looms and Textiles October 1943. The cover has "Web" written at an angle in big block letters and below a photo of Mrs. Ella Ireland handing over a packsack - the 50 millionth piece of web equipment to be manufactured by Zephyr Looms. Inside, the magazine has articles on what is going on around the plant, the girl's baseball team results and company sponsors, military support and weddings and announcements. The back page (8) lists the names of men and women that are enlisted with His Majesty's Services in the war, and ask their employees to please write.

The tall gentleman, second from the left (holding box) in the picture on the front cover is Mewell Garfield, part of the US side of the company. Mr. Garfield was the grandson of US president James Garfield.
People Ireland, Ella
Garfield, N.
Halfnight, W.J.
Wright, Charles H.
Anderson, Rolly
Kernahan, Joe
Campbell, George
McIlwraith, Eileen
George, Evelyn
Merkley, Evelyn
Milusky, Florence
Hebert, Pauline
Shutsa, Anne
Robinson, Betty
Tanti, Evelyn
Ralston, Joy
Barden, Beth
Robinson, Ruth
Hawkins, Doris
Lodge, Joan
McKenna, Rose
Evans, Flora
Clark, Bill
Stevens, Brooks
Berry, Emily
Helwig, Emma
Roughley, Sarah
Belletti, Annetta
Redmond, Margaret
Schmuck, Agnes
Barnes, Ivy
Ventry, Anne
Barnes, Mae
Wilson, Maude
Macerollo, Yolando
McGregor, Andrew
French, A.
Rolston, David
Chelli, Albina Marie
Trimble, Douglas
Contini, Mary
Macerollo, Vincent
Smith, Jack
Roy, Mrs. A.
Leather, Alice
Milson, Jean
McMillan, Alice
McKibbon, Kathleen
Gordon, Vera
Corrigan, Margaret
Henry, Betty
Parker, Jean
McKenna, Rose
Hooshley, Mary
McEachern, Ruth
Laws, Lily
McFarlane, Eileen
Gill, Alice
Ashdown, Jean
Hermann, Celia
Randall, Dorothy
Cope, Violet
Costigan, Helen
Morris, Viola
Rothmel, Minnie
Harrison, Marcella
Borland, Bob
Anderson, Rolly
Fewster, Robert
Barron, Robert
Burnie, Charles
Harrington, Norman
Amos, Kenneth
Marsland, K. B.
Halfnight, R.J.
McGowan, John
Melancon, Rheald
Pringlemeir, Frank
McLeod, Kenneth
Corbeau, Harvey
Switzer, Lorne
Bowman, Clarence
Shaw, Donald
Johnston, Thomas
Baker, Frank
Male, Gordon
Felker, Ken
McGinnis, Clarence
Jamieson, John
Jeans, Gordon
Fitzpatrick, J.
Finlay, K.W.
Schram, Lloyd
Ray, William
Johnson, James
Drone, Raymond
Sorbora, R. J.
Norris, Winnifred
Kastor, Lillian
Crosbie, Ted
Wells, Thelma
Carmichael, Thomas
Fox, Ted
Edmiston, Frank
Hanson, Vincent
Maybee, Lloyd
Craig, Robert
Patmore, Kenneth
Miller, Donald
Bessey, Everett
Heffernan, Bernard
Todd, Harrison
Valeriote, Tony
Tosh, Harold
Patterson, Bert
Glazier, Bert
Meyer, Ralph
Harrop, Ted
Sinclair, Hugh
Black, Jack
Black, Linc
McCrae, Bill
Hanney, Nellie
Dawes, Vincent
Lawson, William
Michelawn, John
Thatcher, Harry
Dunning, S.J.
Ventry, William
Glazier, Stanley
Pettigrew, Archie
Thomson, John
Membury, Roy C.
Hamilton, Milton
Fletcher, Sadie Sarah
Blanch, Harry
Elmslie, James
Marucci, Theresa
Cox, Eadie
Chisholm, Joseph
Thatcher, Edward
Noel, Betty
Norris, Margaret
Beaver, Clayton
Kennedy, James
Glazier, William
Martin, Ted
Search Terms Zephyr Loom and Textiles Company Ltd.
World War II
Subjects MILITARY
INDUSTRY & TRADE
WORLD WAR II
Dimensions 12.51/9.44 in. - Length/Width