J. CRICHTON & COMPANY, LTD. SHIPBUILDERS' RECORDS
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- Held At: Flintshire Record Office
- Accession Number: 964
- Accession Number: 1270
- Document Reference: D/DM/338
- Date: c.1914-1930
- Level: SubCollection
- Extent: 718 items
- Creator Name: J. Crichton & Co. Ltd.
- Description: Records of J. Crichton & Co., Ltd., Saltney Shipyard, consisting mostly of photographs of vessels constructed at the shipyard.
- Terms:J. Crichton & Co.--Records and correspondence; Shipbuilding--Wales--Saltney, Hawarden; Shipyards--Wales--Saltney, Hawarden;
- Appraisal Information: All records deposited at and purchased by Flintshire Record Office have been retained.
- Copyright: Usual Copyright Restrictions Apply
- Accruals: Accruals are not expected.
- Language: English
- System of Arrangement: Arranged into the following: photograph albums and newscutting book
- Related Material: Further material is Flintshire Record Office, D-DM/1053 and also PH/58, Saltney Shipyard photographs.
- Access Conditions: No restrictions
- Finding Aids: A hard copy of the catalogue is available in Flintshire Record Office.
- Rules: This description follows ANW guidelines based on ISAD(G) Second Edition; AACR2 and LCSH.
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