A black and white photo of a woman named Dot Moran who looks to be stenciling something on her desk. There’s an inscription in the back that reads, "Dot Moran working on a stencil that will be used by the branding room girls in getting out a shipment of lubricating oil to the Armed Forces. When not working on the stencils Dot helps out a storkeeper for the Case and Can filling department issuing labels, glue, and the hundred other things needed in getting the oil out to the men at the front." In pencil, "91" is written on the back. In addition, in pencil, "Paulsboro Refinery." Also, there’s a sticker that says, "1942-1945 - Fairfax, NJ Geographical Subject." On a stamp, it says, "Return to: Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Inc., Advertising Department, 26 Broadway, New York, NY."
ExxonMobil historical collection
United States -
NJ - Paulsboro Refinery - Women Workers
American Energy Industry