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Member, Shipwrights Local 1149 and highly skilled boat builder by 1941; describes boat building in military, World War II; master boat builder for Pacific Dry Dock/Crowley Maritime in East Bay, 1950-1979; traces great changes in shipbuilding over time; master model ship builder whose replicas are widely known in maritime circles.
Master Audio cassette
5 Tapes of 5
Oral History Collection csfst_00001_t1; csfst_00001_t2; csfst_00001_t3; csfst_00001_t4; csfst_00001_t5
Shipbuilding industry--Employees--Labor unions--California Shipbuilding--California--San Francisco Bay Area--History Shipwrights--California--San Francisco Bay Area--Interviews Shipyards--California--San Francisco Bay Area--History World War, 1939-1945--California--San Francisco Bay Area Crowley Maritime Corporation Pacific Dry Dock Company Shipwrights, Joiners and Boat Builders. Local 1149 (San Francisco and Oakland, Calif.)
San Francisco Bay Area (Calif.)
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