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"Everybody worked long hours. It was a happy place... They were smart, smart people, I mean from top to bottom. It was a joy to work there."
That's Paul Ledwith, 81, who was the director of public relations at Aerojet in Sacramento, Calif., in the 1960s and '70s.
In a recent interview with The Sacramento Bee, Ledwith recalled the Aerojet campus being like a small town, complete with travel agency, grocery store, healthcare center, photography and film departments, printing plant, gas pumps, cafeteria and recreation center.
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