Photograph of a close-up of a woman working at the Lear Corporation, September 1950. A woman appears at right, looking through what appears to be a large magnifying lens, where her hand can be seen adjusting a small device.; Photoprint reads: "Lear, Inc. 3171 S. Bundy Drive, Santa Monica, California. Hair line precision to tolerances of a millionth of an ince helps add to safer, more accurate aircraft flying. This photo shows a Lear employee, with the help of a fixed magnifying glass, slotting a commutator, which will later be used as an intergated part of a complete aircraft automatic stabilization system. Such a system automatically flies the airplane instantaneously compensating for any deviation in the airplane attitude" as well as "Photo number 5".