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Baltimore, Maryland. Building the SS Frederick Douglas. More than 6,000 Negro shipyard workers are employed at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, where the Liberty ship is being rushed to completion. The noted orator and abolitionist leader worked as a ship caulker in the vicinity of this yard before he escaped from slavery. Electric welders Walter Norman and Louis Grisanti on stern of ship

Baltimore, Maryland. Building the SS Frederick Douglas. More than 6,000 Negro shipyard workers are employed at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, where the Liberty ship is being rushed to completion. The noted orator and abolitionist leader worked as a ship caulker in the vicinity of this yard before he escaped from slavery. Electric welders Walter Norman and Louis Grisanti on stern of ship

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