|Title||Manual: An Introduction to Shipbuilding. Issued by Shipbuilding Division, Bethlehem Steel Co., ca. 1941.|
|Object Name||Manual, Training|
|Collection||Bethlehem Steel Company, Hoboken Shipyard Archive|
|Credit||Museum Collections. Gift of a friend of the Museum.|
|Scope & Content||
An Introduction to Shipbuilding. Prepared by Shipbuilding Division, Bethlehem Steel Company. No place, copyright 1941 by Bethlehem Steel Company.
Stiff paper cover, wire comb binding. 80 pp., illustrated with black-and-white line drawings.
While typical of a training manual that would have been found or used at the Bethlehem Steel Company, Hoboken Shipyard, this copy is not from a local source. Printed material such as this book was commonly used in training apprentices and other workers. Pages 68-80 are titled "Notes" with blank space for the employee to write on.
Glossary, "Ship Terms and Their Meanings," on pp. 51-67.
A softcover version was issued in 1942 for World War II use.
An Introduction to Shipbuilding.
Prepared and Made Available by
Shipbuilding Division, Bethlehem Steel Co.
Training Within Industry
War Production Board
|Year Range from||1941|
|Year Range to||1941|
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