AMERICAN MERCHANT MARINE CONFERENCE | PROCEEDINGS, VOLUME 9 (1944) Planning the Transition of American Shipbuilding and Shipping from War to Peace.
New York, NY: American Merchant Marine Conference, 1944. This is a softcover book about the transition of shipbuilding in the U. S.. The cover states that the book was "Presented with the Compliments of The Propeller Club of the United States - Port of New York". The book is comprised of articles by leaders in the military, corporate, transportation, finance, legal, insurance, corporation heads, transportation companies, media, human resources, public relations, oil companies. There are many half tone black and white photos. The last part of the book covers the reports of this annual meeting. There is a bibliography, acknowledgements, and index at the end of the book. There are 336 pages. The Table of Contents covers the various panels to the conference and the participants. The covers are a stiff paper with an illustrated cover. The binding is tight - there is a touch of wear at the bottom of the spine and a minumum of edge wear to the cover. Clean, bright, tight, still crisp. The interior pages are clean and crisp. There are no marks or writing. Well cared for. Tall, slightly heavy. 4to; 336 pages.
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Keywords: History Military U.S. Merchant Marines Propeller Club Shipbuilding Shipping 1944 Conference