Albert l. Salt, born in 1867, was 14 years old when he began working for Western Electric in 1881. He rose up through the ranks to become President of the Graybar Company, which was spun off from Western Electric in 1925 and handled their electrical appliance market. Graybar is still in business today and was named after the founders of Western Electric, Elisha Gray and Enos Barton. This was filmed in 1930. This video has been colorized, speed-adjusted and restored with audio enhancements for clarity. What did you think? Please leave a comment in the section below and remember to share the video and sign up for our free newsletter!