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Caption (Original Description)

Kaiser shipyards, Richmond, California. Miss Eastine Cowner, a former waitress, is helping in her job as a scaler to construct the Liberty ship SS George Washington Carver

Photographer

E. F. Joseph

Created

1943

Lot Number (Shooting Assignment)

None

Call Number (Library of Congress)

LC-USW3-028673

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