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    • Gear-O-Gram 1947-01, Vol. 03, No. 07

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with Ernest E. Cook; Stamp collecting pays off in fun and profits, says engineer
    • Gear-O-Gram 1947-02, Vol. 03, No. 08

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with Lexie "Lex" Downham; The third son of February; Transmission metallurgy at Warner Gear
    • Gear-O-Gram 1947-05, Vol. 04, No. 01

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with Smith L. Jones; Shop's oldest employee, here 37 years, "Crip" Deming retires; Children of Warner Gear employees in Easter Egg Hunt
    • Gear-O-Gram 1947-06, Vol. 04, No. 02

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with Joe Rolf; Plant One employee retires, W.M. Wheat, here 25 years; The history of "Old Glory", here's how our flag originated
    • Gear-O-Gram 1947-08, Vol. 04, No. 04

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • A short course in metallurgy; Let's get acquainted with Roy E. McKee; Plant shocked at sudden deaths of Fred Ellis and William L. McAllister
    • Gear-O-Gram 1947-10, Vol. 04, No. 05

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with H.B. "Herb" Schrecongost; Three E2 employees have 105 years service at Warner Gear; Iron mules, mechanical beasts of burden move stock by the ton
    • Gear-O-Gram 1947-11, Vol. 04, No. 06

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with William B. Stotler; Ray Saunders heads new Stock Record Department; New Warner Gear propane plant conserves natural gas
    • Gear-O-Gram 1947-12, Vol. 04, No. 07

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with William "Bill" Samuel Brower; Our Yuletide gifts; Hunters, trophies, guns
    • Gear-O-Gram 1948-01, Vol. 04, No. 08

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with Henry Worley; Pugsley cuts fancy "didos" on ice as New Year arrives; Three more Plant No. 3 men total seventy-five years with company
    • Gear-O-Gram 1948-02, Vol. 04, No. 09

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Abraham Lincoln, the man for the ages; Let's get acquainted with Ora Spence; Half-mile of trolley conveyor
    • Gear-O-Gram 1948-03, Vol. 04, No. 10

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with Carlisle Floyd; Warner Gear ten pin champions, parade of winners in city and company sponsored tournaments; Warner Gear wins third Industrial League Basketball championship
    • Gear-O-Gram 1948-05, Vol. 05, No. 01

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with Ray Linder; Plant No. 3 Cafeteria latest in industrial design; Foreman of Plant No. 3 Carpenters retires to raise livestock
    • Gear-O-Gram 1948-06, Vol. 05, No. 02

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Grassyfork's golden millions; Let's get acquainted with Esta H. Marker; Heat Treat Plant Three, the largest installation of automatic gas carburizing furnaces of its kind in the United States
    • Gear-O-Gram 1948-07, Vol. 05, No. 03

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with Clay Moody; Sons of Warner Gear employees win in soapbox derby; Muncie Model Flying Fair, Warner Gear men participate
    • Gear-O-Gram 1948-09, Vol. 05, No. 04

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with Guy Ruble; The Railroad Fair, a hundred years of railroad progress; Warner Gear wins Industrial League softball tourney and pennant
    • Gear-O-Gram 1948-12, Vol. 05, No. 06

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Christmas City of America - Bethlehem, Pa. and its historic observance of yuletide; Let's get acquainted with P.W. "Pete" Van Kamp; Service award banquet
    • Gear-O-Gram 1949-02, Vol. 05, No. 07

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with James Logan; Safe drivers, Warner Gear truckers have perfect record, over 100,000 miles of between-plant driving without accident in 1948
    • Gear-O-Gram 1949-03, Vol. 05, No. 08

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Oscar Moore and A.B. "Gus" Bolender retire; Warner Gear Employees Federal Credit Union in fourteenth year; First aid, health is important to employee and employer, modern medical department is maintained in all Warner Gear plants
    • Gear-O-Gram 1949-05, Vol. 06, No. 01

    • Borg-Warner Corporation. Warner Gear Division; Automobile industry and trade; Automobiles--Transmission devices
    • Let's get acquainted with D.W. "Doc" Mendenhall; Why I live in America; Synchronizer Department Plant No. 1, where as many as 13,000 units are produced and assembled each day

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