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Search below to view digital records and find material that you can access at our library and at the Shapell Center. This book, published in by Henry Holt and Company, was bought by Oscar Albert, the donor's father, in According to the donor, her father learned at age 15 to be a metal worker in five different concentration camps working for Heinkel and Messerschmitt building Luftwaffe planes for the Nazis. He came to the United States, used those skills learned in slave labor factories and levereged them to obtain positions in factories in America. He eventually rose to be an executive manager in a large national corporation engaged in manufacturing. The collection consists of documents and photographs relating to the experiences of Herman and Bernard Jezower, and a wooden cover, metal box, toolbox, documents, and photographs relating to the experiences of Oscar Albert, who was deported from the Rzeszow ghetto and imprisoned Plaszow forced labor camp, Mielec slave labor camp, and Flossenburg concentration camp, after the war in a displaced persons camp, and a metal box, wooden cover, and poesie album relating to the experiences of Doba Drezner in an orphanage in Czestochowa, Poland.
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Audels machinists and tool makers handy book, by Frank D. Language s : English. Published: New York, T. Audel . Subjects: Machinery. Shop with confidence on eBay!. Please try again later.
Frank Duncan Graham — was a prolific and eloquent writer of the ever popular and frequently reprinted Audel 's guides of various titles. Graham seemed to specialize, however, in subjects related to steam engines and other types of engines. A few of Graham's more epic works include his eight-volume Audel's Engineers and Mechanics Guide , , which covered subjects as diverse as flying "aeroplanes" to steam engines and house wiring, and the 12 volume Audel's New Electric Library , , covering practically all that was known about electricity up to the time. Graham's place of residence was near Sea Bright, New Jersey , on a farm sometimes referred to in his works as "Stornoway". Graham also built two steam powered yachts as demonstrators of his theories on steam plant construction and management, the Stornoway and Stornoway II. It is not known if either of these vessels survive today.