I'm looking for any info on a company that manufactured airplane parts during WWII. The company was called "National Tool and Dye Company" and operated out of Connecticut during the 40's.
Specifically, I'm trying to find out what plane was this company making parts for. RubeMom worked there during the war effort. But all she remembers is that she made some airplane parts for the war, and that the pay was REALLY good.
From what I picked up on my conversations wit her (she only remembers certain bits and pieces sometimes), it seems she was on a production line, where she was given some boxes with some electronic components, which she would assemble and solder, and pass it on to somebody else down the line. But the details get all blurry because she also worked a 2nd job somewhere else, making battery operated radio receivers. So I'm not sure if the electronics was for the plane, or for the radio factory.