Photograph of a man working in a small woodshop with machinery, ca.1930. At center, a man can be seen adjusting a small board beneath a piece of machinery. The man can be seen wearing a round pair of glasses, a buttoned vest, and a tie. An apron covers the man's lower chest and body, and the sleeves of his shirt have been rolled-up. The base of the machine consists of two rectangular platforms connected by long curved, metallic legs. A cylindrical container rests on the bottom platform, and a belt connects the two circular gears along the body of the machine. The upper portion of the machine consists of a large circular wheel connected to two separate rods. The man adjusts a small piece of wood on a platform beneath the rods. To the left, a large bench littered with tools extends into the foreground. Several shelves holding various materials and containers can also be seen. To the far right, another bench sits near more pieces of equipment adjacent to a small window. In the background along the wall, several shelves holding more tools can be seen. At center hanging from the ceiling, a single light bulb can be seen with its cord extending into the background. To the far left in the background, the man's coat can be seen hanging near the large wooden door.