That bottom one looks a lot like a Westinghouse panel at my High School. The plastic deadfront pieces between the breaker busses, the unusual breaker "fillers" (what looks like a breaker, but without a handle), and even the absence of a deadfront over the neutral buss, look like a number of panels installed when the school was built in 1962. It's interesting that the numbering of the breakers also included an A, B, or C to identify the phasing.
There must be millions of those Federal "Noark" panels all over the U.S. I find those "psychedelic" breakers (for lack of a better term) kinda neat. The operating handles were always either solid brown or black, but the breaker body was a different matter - usually white with multi-colored striations, or one piece white, and the other piece solid black or brown. Almost looks like some kind of recycled material. I have a number of thes breakers in my collection.
Last edited by mamills; 02/13/09 11:44 AM.