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ACCESSION NUMBER   976:0021:0333
CATEGORY   Manufacturing
TITLE   Alamo Iron Works
DESCRIPTION   Interior view of the sales and shipping counter of the Alamo Iron Works in Corpus Christi, Texas. Four men stand behind a glass front counter displaying electric fans, hand tools, hack saw, Cleveland drills and bits, and hydraulic jacks. The man at right is Palomore Creglow. Signs on the wall behind them advertise Whitlock Waterflex cordage, Alligator belt lacing, and Cantol belt wax. Note the Toledo parcel post scale on the counter and the map of the Southern Pacific Railroad's Texas lines leaning against a wall. This business was the Corpus Christi branch of a San Antonio company.
PERSONAL NAME   Creglow, Palomore. (aacr2)
SUBJECT   Employees. (lctgm)
Foundries. (lctgm)
Interiors. (lctgm)
Iron-works. (lcsh)
Men. (lcsh)
Sales personnel. (lctgm)
United States--Texas--Corpus Christi. (lcsh)