Cabot Carbon worker inside factory in Willsboro
Worker inside the Cabot Carbon Company’s Wollastonite White Pigments Division plant in Willsboro, New York. The plant mined wollastonite ore, which was ground and made into white pigment.
Circa 1940s. Willsboro, New York. Photographer is Bernie A. Degnan, Glens Falls.
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