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Clock Given to 30-year Employee of Granite City Steel Mill


Granite City Steel Mill, “Clock Given to 30-year Employee of Granite City Steel Mill,” Madison Historical, accessed February 24, 2024,


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This clock was given to an employee of the Granite City Steel Mill for working at the mill for 30 years. The clock's bell rings every hour.

This clock was scanned as part of a Madison Historical class visit to Civic Memorial High School in spring 2019. It was brought to class by the employee's great-grandon, Austin Prindable.


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  • Granite City
  • Granite City Steel


Granite City Steel Mill


  • Prindable, Austin

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