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1933 - Donald R.Dohner, director of the art-engineering department at Westinghouse, is shown filing off spots in order to fit the pieces in place on the model of the Westinghouse exhibit.

CHICAGO EXPOSITION EXHIBIT

E&MP 40.006

Electric Transformers

ca. June 1933

The curiously shaped, disc like objects are part of the wall decorations for the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company's exhibit at the "Century of Progress" Exposition which will open in Chicago on June 1.

Donald R.Dohner, director of the art-engineering department at Westinghouse, is shown filing off spots in order to fit the pieces in place on the model of the Westinghouse exhibit.

The model is built to 1/80 scale and is complete in every detail.

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