I've thought of that myself. There were a lot of people employed there and even after 34 years some of them are bound to still be around. It would be trickier to track down the right sort of people to ask though. You'd need someone who was a supervisor or inspector to get answers to multiple questions of the sort we all have. The guy making hoops 8 hours a day or the lady churning out drum sticks on an automatic lathe could possibly answer questions pertaining to those tasks but likely wouldn't know the answers to the bigger picture questions. Now if you could find the person responsible for wielding the rubber stamp maybe we'd get somewhere.cwdrums said:Wish we could put out an "All Points Bulletin" in the Chicago area for any Ludwig employee from that time frame. Go to the source and get the answer or the truth. Can we handle the truth . Surely some must still be alive and living somewhere in the area. Yes?