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Ships and shipbuilding.

Barclay, Curle & Company.

Ships and shipbuilding.

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Published by The Company in Glasgow .
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    Pagination111p. :
    Number of Pages111
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    When Huntington elected to build a shipyard in to serve the world’s greatest harbor, he determined that it should be known the world over for the quality of its products.


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