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#FlashbackFriday 1956: Why move an elevator?

This article first appeared March 24, 1956, in the publication Mayovox. Shown here with General Service’s Clyde Crume are Westinghouse elevator men Elton Butlin and Floyd Dawley, at work in the patient elevator of the second floor, New Building. The work comes as a result of a series of studies of New Building elevator operation […]
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