‘Oil-o-Matic” was a key word for some people during the 1940s. For others, “auction” “strike” and “international relations” were in personal vocabularies. Williams “Oil-o-Matic” Heating was a Schenectady business that kept some city homes warm during cold weather.
Men and women look for bargains to bid on at the Sears Roebuck auction sale in 1946.
It was “Let's Make a Deal” at the Sear Roebuck auction sale in March 1946.
The gang at Williams “Oil-o-Matic” Heating poses for a photograph during the late 1940s.
A few weeks ago, Cap Scrap showed American Locomotive employees on strike. This week it’s the ladies’ turn. Women at Swan Cleaners walked a picket line for better conditions in February 1948.
Local women helped the world in 1947 with their participation in an international relations event.