Any photos not otherwise credited are from the personal collection of Frank Passic, Albion Historian.
Morning Star, October 10, 2010, pg. 4
On that much talked-about recent Wall Street Journal video about Albion on the internet, there was an historical photo supplied to them by the library showing the Corning Glass Works plant during its heyday. This factory was a major factor in Albionís "boom years" of the 1950s and 1960s. So many people worked there, and the housing subdivisions in the northeastern part of town were built to accommodate workers and their families. As a result, our schools were overflowing with students, businesses were booming, and Albion became a great place to live and raise a family.
This week in our Historical Notebook we present a photo from the early 1950s showing the Corning Glass Works union contract negotiators group photo. This is courtesy of Joseph Romanchuk. Whom do you remember in this photo?
Front row, left to right: LeRoy Amylon, Dick Clifford (plant manager), union representative Al Vittero, Bill Stevens, Julie Tyzsko, Stacy Turpin, Naida Weaver, union representative ____ Gibbons, unidentified, Elizabeth Hose, Wanda Brown, Beatrice Rice.
Middle row: Harold Miller, Pete Lewis, Harold Roland, next three unidentified, Harold Dickson, Mitch Bradley, unidentified, Bill Stroud, Jack Mounteer, Bob Huvendik, Cook Christner, Phil Jones.
Top row: Nick Ungerford, unidentified, John Randal, Jim Staley, Neal Wellman, Cathey Wilson, Phil Manino, Frank Ivanski, Junior Morgan, unidentified, Omar Anderson, next two unidentified, John Hilborn, Leo Reynolds, Bob Campbell.
The Corning Glass Works Union Contract Negotiators Group, Early 1950s
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