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    • Front lobby display at Clark Cable Co.

    • Clark Cable Corporation; Cable industry; Machine industry; Automotive industry; Wire; Merchandise displays
    • A display featuring various cables and products made by Clark Cable Corporation on show in their front lobby. The business was incorporated for the purpose of manufacturing automotive electrical accessories such as battery cables, ignition sets,...
    • Group of employees assemble battery terminals at Clark Cable Corporation

    • Clark Cable Corporation; Employees; Machine industry; Automotive industry; Electric batteries; Brass castings; Wire harnesses; Drilling; Women workers
    • A group of employees, mostly women, use drills and other equipment to prepare battery terminals for use. The business was incorporated for the purpose of manufacturing automotive electrical accessories such as battery cables, ignition sets, ground...
    • Stacks of raw wire in storage at Clark Cable Corporation

    • Clark Cable Corporation; Machine industry; Automotive industry; Cable industry; Wire harnesses; Wire
    • Stacks of raw wire in storage for future use. The wire will be used to create wire harnesses at Clark Cable Corporation. The business was incorporated for the purpose of manufacturing automotive electrical accessories such as battery cables,...
    • Employees at Swift Wheel Manufacturing Company mount tires

    • Clark Cable Corporation; Swift Wheel Manufacturing Company; Wheels; Tires; Machine industry
    • Three employees of Swift Wheel Manufacturing Company operate machinery to mount tires to the frames of the semi-pneumatic wheels. Swift Wheel was a division of Clark Cable Corporation that designed various kinds of wheels used for lawn and garden...
    • Women at Clark Cable Corporation assemble terminals and harnesses

    • Clark Cable Corporation; Women workers; Machine industry; Automotive industry; Employees; Cable industry; Wire harnesses; Product inspection
    • A group of women employees at Clark Cable Corporation inspect and pressure-weld terminals and cables before packing them to be shipped. The business was incorporated for the purpose of manufacturing automotive electrical accessories such as battery...
    • 12201-12219 Euclid Avenue

    • Cleveland Union Terminal; East end; Original conditions; Nickel Plate Railroad Right-Of-Way; F. B. Stearns Co.
    • Looking east along the north side of Euclid Ave., showing the commercial block east of the Nickel Plate Road Passenger Station, location of Whitmer Ignition Co., and the Woodruff Dog Hospital.
    • Clevite Corp's spark pump

    • Clevite Corp.
    • "PIEZOELECTRICITY, a phenomenon through which a couple of ceramic parts can produce a 20,000-volt charge, enables the little Spark Pump (smaller than a man's fist) to replace the magneto, points coil and condenser in a small gasoline engine. Arcing...
    • K-W Ignition factory interior

    • K-W Ignition Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Industry; Workers; Electrical And Electronics Industries
    • K-W Ignition was founded by Alexander J. and Phillip Williams about 1908 to manufacture ignitions for automobiles and other vehicles. Located north of Chester Avenue, between East 27th St. and East 30th Street, it ceased operations and the factory...
    • Worker at K-W Ignition

    • K-W Ignition Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Industry; Workers; Electrical And Electronics Industries
    • K-W Ignition was founded by Alexander J. and Phillip Williams about 1908 to manufacture ignitions for automobiles and other vehicles. Located north of Chester Avenue, between East 27th St. and East 30th Street, it ceased operations and the factory...
    • K-W Ignition factory interior

    • K-W Ignition Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Industry; Workers; Electrical And Electronics Industries
    • K-W Ignition was founded by Alexander J. and Phillip Williams about 1908 to manufacture ignitions for automobiles and other vehicles. Located north of Chester Avenue, between East 27th St. and East 30th Street, it ceased operations and the factory...
    • K-W Ignition factory interior

    • K-W Ignition Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Industry; Workers; Electrical And Electronics Industries
    • K-W Ignition was founded by Alexander J. and Phillip Williams about 1908 to manufacture ignitions for automobiles and other vehicles. Located north of Chester Avenue, between East 27th St. and East 30th Street, it ceased operations and the factory...
    • Birdseye view of exterior of K-W Ignition

    • K-W Ignition Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Industry; Workers; Electrical And Electronics Industries
    • K-W Ignition was founded by Alexander J. and Phillip Williams about 1908 to manufacture ignitions for automobiles and other vehicles. Located north of Chester Avenue, between East 27th St. and East 30th Street, it ceased operations and the factory...
    • Men working at K-W Ignition

    • K-W Ignition Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Industry; Workers; Electrical And Electronics Industries
    • K-W Ignition was founded by Alexander J. and Phillip Williams about 1908 to manufacture ignitions for automobiles and other vehicles. Located north of Chester Avenue, between East 27th St. and East 30th Street, it ceased operations and the factory...
    • K-W Ignition factory interior

    • K-W Ignition Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Industry; Workers; Electrical And Electronics Industries
    • K-W Ignition was founded by Alexander J. and Phillip Williams about 1908 to manufacture ignitions for automobiles and other vehicles. Located north of Chester Avenue, between East 27th St. and East 30th Street, it ceased operations and the factory...
    • K-W Ignition factory interior

    • K-W Ignition Company (Cleveland, Ohio); Industry; Workers; Electrical And Electronics Industries
    • K-W Ignition was founded by Alexander J. and Phillip Williams about 1908 to manufacture ignitions for automobiles and other vehicles. Located north of Chester Avenue, between East 27th St. and East 30th Street, it ceased operations and the factory...

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