Large scrapbook compiled by Dorothy Agnes Welsh documenting her 40-year career with the Schantz Organ Company of Orrville, Ohio. Founded in 1870, Schantz was primarily a local operation until a national expansion in the years immediately following WWII. A turn-key firm, responsible for all aspects of the design, building, installation, service, and renovation of many of the country's finest pipe organs, its growth and many of its most ambitious projects are documented here, including the firm's magnum opus: a massive, 1950's installation in the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Newark, NJ containing nearly 9000 individual pipes. During her four-decade long career, she served in nearly all of the company's departments, thus these images seem to document every aspect of the firm's work. Many employees were women. but a telling bit of ephemere suggests what the workplace may have been like for Dorothy: an illustrated napkin, disparaging women drivers, along with a brief note on and 1965 photograph of the co-worker who left it for her, an incident that seems to have stuck with Dorothy, given its presence among the contents. "[He] put this on my work bench. I had been driving a car, a short time when this show up. He work at Schantz a few yr. He was not happy [sic all]."