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Sunshine Waterloo Company Limited 
Image  [ca. 1943]  Group of unidentified people seated in chairs, fifteen women and one man. Front row has some armaments on the desks including bombs and land mines. Possibly a tour? The Sunshine Waterloo Company (later SunarHauserman Limited) was started in 1930 as a joint venture of the H.V. McKay Company of...
Sunshine Waterloo Company Limited 
Image  [ca. 1943]  Employee Verna Heintzman inspecting the weld on tail assemblies of No. 68 Rifle Grenades. Note the coveralls she is wearing and the kerchief. The Sunshine Waterloo Company (later SunarHauserman Limited) was started in 1930 as a joint venture of the H.V. McKay Company of Melbourne, Australia and...
Sunshine Waterloo Company Limited 
Image  [ca. 1943]  Employee Dorothy Derbecker thread milling the body of a No. 68 Rifle Grenade. The Sunshine Waterloo Company (later SunarHauserman Limited) was started in 1930 as a joint venture of the H.V. McKay Company of Melbourne, Australia and the Waterloo Manufacturing Company, Limited to make combines for...
Sunshine Waterloo Company Limited 
Image  [ca. 1943]  Employee Carol Culligan annealing 2" smoke bomb bodies between operations in controlled atmosphere annealing oven. The Sunshine Waterloo Company (later SunarHauserman Limited) was started in 1930 as a joint venture of the H.V. McKay Company of Melbourne, Australia and the Waterloo Manufacturing...
Sunshine Waterloo Company Limited 
Image  [ca. 1943]  Group of women and one man standing around a table with various armaments and pieces of armaments manufactured by the company. Possibly a tour? The Sunshine Waterloo Company (later SunarHauserman Limited) was started in 1930 as a joint venture of the H.V. McKay Company of Melbourne, Australia and...
Sunshine Waterloo Company Limited 
Image  [ca. 1943]  Employees, left to right, Laverne Wedow, Margaret Hergott and Luella Kramer, assembling the tail for No. 68 Rifle Grenade. The Sunshine Waterloo Company (later SunarHauserman Limited) was started in 1930 as a joint venture of the H.V. McKay Company of Melbourne, Australia and the Waterloo...
Sunshine Waterloo Company Limited 
Image  [ca. 1943]  John V. Mills and Dorothea Lockwood working on assembly of gas check and tail of the No. 68 Rifle Grenade. The Sunshine Waterloo Company (later SunarHauserman Limited) was started in 1930 as a joint venture of the H.V. McKay Company of Melbourne, Australia and the Waterloo Manufacturing Company,...
Sunshine Waterloo Company Limited 
Image  [ca. 1943]  Left to right, M. Schnarr, M. Rank, R. Harden, F. Baechler and M. French, United Kingdom and Canadian Inspectors checking 2" M.L. Smoke Bomb bodies. The Sunshine Waterloo Company (later SunarHauserman Limited) was started in 1930 as a joint venture of the H.V. McKay Company of Melbourne, Australia...
Sunshine Waterloo Company Limited 
Image  [ca. 1943]  Employee Mrs. Taylor painting a No. 68 Rifle Grenade. The Sunshine Waterloo Company (later SunarHauserman Limited) was started in 1930 as a joint venture of the H.V. McKay Company of Melbourne, Australia and the Waterloo Manufacturing Company, Limited to make combines for the North American and...
Sunshine Waterloo Company Limited 
Image  [ca. 1943]  Dorothy Gallagher rivetting a gas check for a No. 68 Rifle Grenade. Note her coveralls and kerchief. The Sunshine Waterloo Company (later SunarHauserman Limited) was started in 1930 as a joint venture of the H.V. McKay Company of Melbourne, Australia and the Waterloo Manufacturing Company, Limited...
Sunshine Waterloo Company Limited 
Image  [ca. 1943]  Employees, left to right, Ellen Neeb, Margaret Lockwood, Verna Neintzman and Mary Belle Block operating drill presses in the Grenade Department of the company. The Sunshine Waterloo Company (later SunarHauserman Limited) was started in 1930 as a joint venture of the H.V. McKay Company of...
Sunshine Waterloo Company Limited 
Image  [ca. 1943]  Employees, left to right, G. Luntz; K. Bruder; C. Mitchell, E. Kienapple and standing behind, A. Press, drilling smoke holes on adapters of 2" M.L. Smoke Bombs. The Sunshine Waterloo Company (later SunarHauserman Limited) was started in 1930 as a joint venture of the H.V. McKay Company of...
Sunshine Waterloo Company Limited 
Image  [ca. 1943]  Employees, left to right, Gladys Miller, Jim Wiltse, Gladys Ruston and Peggy Shaw trimming 2" M.L. smoke bomb bodies to length on special lathes designed at the company. Two women at back are welding lifting straps onto bomb bodies. The Sunshine Waterloo Company (later SunarHauserman Limited) was...
Sunshine Waterloo Company Limited 
Image  [ca. 1943]  Inspection of adapters for 2" Smoke Bombs by the Inspection Board of the United Kingdom and Canada. Note the poster on the wall in the background promoting accurate work. Seated, left to right: E. Binkley; M. Schaller; E. Stecho; H. Merner; L. Simpson. Standing: P. Lefaivre; A. Pointer. The...
Sunshine Waterloo Company Limited 
Image  [ca. 1943]  Employee D. Dickson sizing the nose diameter of a 2" M.L. Smoke Bomb. The Sunshine Waterloo Company (later SunarHauserman Limited) was started in 1930 as a joint venture of the H.V. McKay Company of Melbourne, Australia and the Waterloo Manufacturing Company, Limited to make combines for the North...
Sunshine Waterloo Company Limited 
Image  [ca. 1943]  Employees welding noses of the 2" M.L. Smoke Bombs. The Sunshine Waterloo Company (later SunarHauserman Limited) was started in 1930 as a joint venture of the H.V. McKay Company of Melbourne, Australia and the Waterloo Manufacturing Company, Limited to make combines for the North American and...
Sunshine Waterloo Company Limited 
Image  [ca. 1943]  Employee Lorraine Dunham performing a redraw operation on the 2" M.L. smoke bomb body using the reducing press. The Sunshine Waterloo Company (later SunarHauserman Limited) was started in 1930 as a joint venture of the H.V. McKay Company of Melbourne, Australia and the Waterloo Manufacturing...
Sunshine Waterloo Company Limited 
Image  May 1943  Group photograph of the women who manufacture smoke bombs on the lawn of the company with some bombs on the grass in front of them. The Sunshine Waterloo Company (later SunarHauserman Limited) was started in 1930 as a joint venture of the H.V. McKay Company of Melbourne, Australia and the...
Sunshine Waterloo Company Limited 
Image  [ca. 1943]  Employee Betty Kienapple spraying lacquer on nose of smoke bombs. The Sunshine Waterloo Company (later SunarHauserman Limited) was started in 1930 as a joint venture of the H.V. McKay Company of Melbourne, Australia and the Waterloo Manufacturing Company, Limited to make combines for the North...
Sunshine Waterloo Company Limited 
Image  May 1943,   Group photograph of the women who manufacture smoke bombs on the lawn of the company with some bombs on the grass in front of them. Same occasion as 1012-82.

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