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Shipyard caulker/chipper working on a submarine, possibly the future USS Puffer, at Manitowoc, Wisconsin, United States, Aug 1942

Caption   Shipyard caulker/chipper working on a submarine, possibly the future USS Puffer, at Manitowoc, Wisconsin, United States, Aug 1942 ww2dbase
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Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Library of Congress
Identification Code   LC-USE6-D-006237
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Puffer   Main article  Photos  
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 2 Mar 2012

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Licensing  Public Domain



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Visitor Submitted Comments

1. george waite says:
24 Mar 2013 01:44:12 PM

This is a photo of a Caulker/Chipper back chipping a welded joint, not a riveter.
2. Commenter identity confirmed C. Peter Chen says:
24 Mar 2013 07:31:56 PM

George, thanks for your comment, the caption has been corrected.

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