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W. E. Lamneck Co., also known as The Daylight Plant, 1918
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Image by UA Archives | Upper Arlington History
W.E. Lamneck was advertised as "The Furnace Man". His company produced both coal and gas furnaces and furnished repairs for all makes of coal furnaces. The company was located on Fifth Avenue just west of the Hocking Valley tracks.

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Identifier: hinw05p020i01
Date (yyyy-mm-dd): c. 1918-03
Original Dimensions: 17.1 cm x 8.0 cm
Format: Black and White Halftone Photograph
Source: Norwester, March 1918, page 20
Original Publisher: Upper Arlington Community (Ohio)
Location/s: Upper Arlington (USA, Ohio, Franklin County)
Repository: Upper Arlington Historical Society
Digital Publisher: UA ArchivesUpper Arlington Public Library

Credit: UA Archives – Upper Arlington Public Library (Repository: UA Historical Society)

Image from page 10 of “The child-welfare special : A suggested method of reaching rural communities … U. S. Department of labor. Children’s bureau” (1920)
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Identifier: childwelfarespec00unit
Title: The child-welfare special : A suggested method of reaching rural communities … U. S. Department of labor. Children’s bureau
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: United States. Children’s Bureau Bradley, Frances Sage, 1862-1949
Subjects: Pediatric clinics Community health services for children Rural health clinics
Publisher: [Washington : Govt. print. off.]
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Kahle/Austin Foundation and Omidyar Network

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t each of the frontcorners, extending lengthwise, are smaller boxes; one contains toolsfor the repair and upkeep of the car, together with 100 feet of electricwiring; the other contains household utensils—ladder, ax, spade,broom, collapsible pails, and cooking vessels. Outside, the truck is a battleship gray in color, with the name Child Welfare Special, Childrens Bureau, U. S. Department ofLabor, painted in bright blue letters on each side. The interior isenameled white, thus adding to the appearance of space and neat-ness. As to equipment, it is amazing to see the ingenious and com-plete arrangements which would do credit to many a city child-welfare station. The main body, 6 by 9^ feet, is used for a conference room and isfitted up for the examination of children. Available space is in-creased by utilizing as a front dressing room the chauffeurs cab andby letting down for a rear dressing room an adjustable annexwhich folds into the truck while in transit. A glimpse into this rear

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