9.75 in HIGH x 7.5 in WIDE
(24.76 cm HIGH x 19.05 cm WIDE)
The Oakland Tribune Collection, the Oakland Museum of California. Gift of ANG Newspapers

Clipping on the back, June 2, 1939-- "This is a corner of the Moore Drydock Company's plant on the Oakland Estuary, showing the rapidly-forming hull of a $2,900,000 vessel, largest such job on the Coast in 17 years. The work is quiet, for electric welding replaces riveting.-Tribune photo." Photo shows a ship under construction. A large crane is in the foreground and piles of lumber are stacked all over the place.

Used: Oakland Tribune

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