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Western Electric workers

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I worked with these guys at the famous
Hawthorne plant of Western Electric the
summer after high school.  I didn’t start this
sketchbook though ’til I was in college, so
obviously I returned to the plant to visit (unlikely)
or I worked over semester break.  It was the
night shift and I drove forklifts and other cool
propane powered vehicles, moving gigantic
spools of cables from station to station.  I
got the job, I’m sure, because my awesome
great-uncle Les was a mucky-muck at WE.

Jeff Greenberg

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I recently learned this fraternity brother 
died last year.  He was quite a character
and I am grateful to him for having once
driven to Danville to pick up Brett, Randy
& I, stranded, hitchhiking from Nashville.