Beatrice Bailey and Dolly Swift
Beatrice Bailey and Dolly Swfit checking pour test and running viscosities on hydraulic oils. There’s an inscription that reads, "At the left is Beatrice Bailey checking a pour test jar while on the right we see Dolly Swift running the newest piece of testing apparatus at the works lab at Paulsboro. It is a specially constructed piece of equipment used to run viscosities on hydraulic oils that must pass a minus forty temperature test. These oils are used in the many hydraulic systems of our modern planes." In pencil, there is a number, "76," and written "Paulsboro Refinery." There’s a sticker that says, "1942-1945 - Fairfax, NJ Geographical Subject." There’s a stamp that says, "Return to: Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Inc., Advertising Department, 26 Broadway, New York, NY."
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