SCPL Local History Gallery Keyword Album: Equipment

Keyword Album: Equipment

Size: 29 items

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The tanoak used to dye leather was stored in drying sheds across Highway 9 from the main Salz Tannery complex.

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Glazing Salz's California Saddle Leather TM involved using a glazing jack.

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The spray machines at Salz Tannery needed to be constantly adjusted.

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Salz employee Red McCafferty and a co-worker work with a machine called a "splitter" to separate the hide structure into two distinct layers.

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The forklift was the modern day replacement for the dray horse.

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The corner of Church St. and Center St. after the 1989 earthquake

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Ansel Adams photographed this Salz Tannery employee working on the glazing process that made the California Saddle Leather TM unique.

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Salz employees Chuck Anstead (left) and Joe Bellas work with a Sheridan Press.

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Norman Lezin, chairman of Salz Leathers Inc., walks through the company's River Street plant Friday, hours after the announcement the 145-year-old company will cease operations.

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