Reminiscences of Emory Scott Land : oral history, 1963.

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Land, Emory Scott, 1879-1971. Reminiscences of Emory Scott Land : oral history, 1963.

Reminiscences of Emory Scott Land : oral history, 1963.

Naval Academy, athletics; early cruises; naval architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Bureau of Ships, Bureau of Aeronautics; Harry Guggenheim and air research; Charles A. Lingbergh; Fleet Naval Construction, 1930-32; Chief, Bureau of Ships, 1933-37; Maritime Commission, 1937; Joseph Kennedy; Merchant Marine Academy; shipbuilding for National Defense Agency; William Knudsen; Liberty Ships; War Shipping Administration; Air Transport Association, 1946-53. Impressions of Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry Hopkins, Bernard Baruch, Jesse Jones.

Transcript: 227 leaves.

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