Photograph of interior view of unidentified factory, showing piles of fabric in the foreground, ca.1940. To the left and right, lines of large machines can be seen. A large circular gear and several chains can be seen on each of the machines. The base of the machine is composed of a large circular stand with several connecting legs. At the top of each of the visible legs, a small plaque with the letter "J" can be seen. On the machines to the left, a lever with a small sphere at its tip can also be seen near the base of the machine. Above each of the machines, vertical metallic bars and other pieces of equipment can be seen extending to the roof. Above these bars and pieces of machinery, large spools of thread can be seen. Between the machinery and thread, a line of overhanging lights are visible along the ceiling. On the floor at center, three piles of different color fabrics are visible. A piece of each pile's fabric can be seen connected to a particular machine. In the background at center, two men are visible looking at the machines on both sides.