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Wing assembly at the Dayton-Wright Airplane Company

By The Dayton-Wright Airplane Company

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The photograph shows employees of the Dayton-Wright Airplane Company working on the assembly of aircraft wings, circa 1918. The photograph shows a large room where the aircraft wing skeletons are assembled and the cloth is attached. One employee holds up a completed section of wing that has the cloth attached. Throughout the room supplies and tools can be seen and a stack of wing skeletons is visible on the right side.https://corescholar.libraries.wright.edu/special_ms152_photographs/1177/thumbnail.jp

Topics: ms152_178, Airplane factories, Airplanes--Parts, Aircraft industry, Building materials, World War, 1914-1918, Aircraft industry--Employees, Male aircraft industry employees, Woodworking tools, Women aircraft industry employees, History, History of Science, Technology, and Medicine, Military History
Publisher: CORE Scholar
Year: 1918
OAI identifier: oai:corescholar.libraries.wright.edu:special_ms152_photographs-1177
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