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Butch and his daughter, Sue, in Hawaii

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Issue: February 2012



A turn-of-the-century engraving illustrates the composition roofing process.

From the article: A tribute to a promise
Issue: February 2012



The Dayton, Ohio, shop of Wetzel and Schriber (later Schriber Roofing Co.), founded in 1907. Hyman Schriber was a coppersmith from Latvia before coming to America.

From the article: A tribute to a promise
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H.W. Johns-Manville Co.'s roofing manual, copyright 1903, describes roof components and proper application procedures.

From the article: A tribute to a promise
Issue: February 2012



Charles Kirberg of St. Louis (now Kirberg Co.) poses proudly with his son in front of his new Model T Ford pickup circa 1923.

From the article: A tribute to a promise
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An example of "Barrett-approved roofers" in 1916. Barrett placed a great deal of emphasis on good workmanship.

From the article: A tribute to a promise
Issue: February 2012



Attendees at the 1938 URCA convention in St. Louis look calm despite the fact the association had, organizationally speaking, hit rock bottom. One executive secretary was fired and another hired during the meeting.

From the article: A tribute to a promise
Issue: February 2012



NRCA's board of directors meets at the Sherman Hotel in Chicago in 1952. Board members were paying $6 a night for a single room; $18 or more for suites.

From the article: A tribute to a promise
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Eero Saarinen designed the first building to use a single-ply roof: the Ingalls Ice Arena at Yale University, affectionately known as "The Yale Whale."

From the article: A tribute to a promise
Issue: February 2012


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