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Factory near the river.
Factory in Morgantown, W. Va. Perhaps 'Ordnance Works'. Across the river.
Storage tanks from Morgantown Ordnance works located at the mouth of the Mississippi River.
View of Morgantown Ordnance Works, located in Morgantown, W. Va.
Storage tanks from Morgantown Ordnance Works taken at the mouth of the Mississippi River. Large bridge seen behind the storage tanks.
Aerial view of Morgantown Ordnance Works located in Morgantown, W. Va. River seen near plant.
Storage tanks from Morgantown Ordnance Works seen close up. Two men standing on on ladder near the first tank.
Storage tank from Morgantown Ordnance Works being transported. Preparation for lifting may be in progress.
'Colonel Leslie R. Groves, chief of the operations Branch, Washington, D. C. Major Fred O. Mitchell, Deputy zone constructing quartermaster.' Picture taken at Morgantown Ordnance Works in Morgantown, West Virginia. <br /><br /><br /><br />
'Major General Charles T. Harris, Jr. Ordnance Department, Washington D.C., was the guest of honor at banquet held in Hotel Morgan, Morgantown, West Virginia. November 17, 1941 at conclusion of defense day celebration. Pictured left to right at the speaker's table are: Lt. Col. W. R. Orton, commandent of the cadet corps, West Virginia University; Major General Harris; Robert G. Wilbourn, President, Morgantown Chamber of Congress and toastmaster at the dinner and Judge Herschel H. Rose of the West Virginia Supreme Court, one of the principal speakers.'
A portrait of Major General C. T. Harris, Jr., Chief of Industrial Service, Office of the Chief of Ordnance; 'No objection to reproducing or publishing this picture provided credit line 'Photo By U.S. Army Signal Corps' appears on the photograph or page, except that permission must be obtained from the War Department if it is desired for use in commerical advertising.'
'Major Emil F. Werly, Commanding Officer, Morgantown Ordnance Works, formerly Commanding Officer of the Kankakee Ordnance Works, Joliet, Illinois.'