United Kingdom. England. With Marshall Plan copper and aluminum keeping production going, the British Thomson-Houston Company is sending electical equipment to all parts of the world. The company produces switchgear, ranging from the small industrial switches to large breakers for controlling the output of the largest power stations. Here an inspector checks up on some of the gigantic oil circuit breakers, produced at the Thomson-Houston Factory in London

Chicago citation style
U.S. International Development Cooperation Agency. Agency for International Development. 10/1/1979-4/1/1999. United Kingdom. England. With Marshall Plan copper and aluminum keeping production going, the British Thomson-Houston Company is sending electical equipment to all parts of the world. The company produces switchgear, ranging from the small industrial switches to large breakers for controlling the output of the largest power stations. Here an inspector checks up on some of the gigantic oil circuit breakers, produced at the Thomson-Houston Factory in London. 1948-01-01/1955-12-31. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/541764. (Accessed October 17, 2018.)
APA citation style
U.S. International Development Cooperation Agency. Agency for International Development. 10/1/1979-4/1/1999, (1948-01-01/1955-12-31) United Kingdom. England. With Marshall Plan copper and aluminum keeping production going, the British Thomson-Houston Company is sending electical equipment to all parts of the world. The company produces switchgear, ranging from the small industrial switches to large breakers for controlling the output of the largest power stations. Here an inspector checks up on some of the gigantic oil circuit breakers, produced at the Thomson-Houston Factory in London. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/541764
MLA citation style
U.S. International Development Cooperation Agency. Agency for International Development. 10/1/1979-4/1/1999. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://catalog.archives.gov/id/541764>.
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