Mary Evans Cutting sixty khaki uniforms at once, WW1 10823344
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Picture No 10823344
Date 1916
Description Cutting sixty khaki uniforms at once, WW1
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Scene at a garment manufacturer in New Jersey, USA, which was able to turn out 50,000 khaki uniforms a day for Allied troops by a cutting process which allowed sixty pieces of fabric to be cut at once. A man can be seen on the production line, guiding the cloth along chalk lines so the saw accurately cuts the different shapes of fabric.
Source Unattributed photograph in The Sphere, 12 August 1916
Credit Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans
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Mary Evans Picture No 10823344 - Scene at a garment manufacturer in New Jersey, USA, which was able to turn out 50,000 khaki uniforms a day for Allied troops by a cutting process which allowed sixty pieces of fabric to be cut at once.  A man can be seen on the production line, guiding the cloth along chalk lines so the saw accurately cuts the different shapes of fabric.

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