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Lang & Jewell Body Service – 1935

This photo above ran in the Border Cities Star on June 29, 1935:

    Above picture shows one of a fleet of 15 new palatial highway parlor coaches of modern streamline design. These coaches were upholstered, painted and letter by the Lang & Jewell Body Service, main plant, on Howard avenue. A force of 30 skilled artisans derived steady employment for the period of 10 weeks in the execution of this work. Lang & Jewell are celebrating their 15th anniversary in business on July 1, which synchronizes with the birthday of Greater Windsor.

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