Pocket notebooks of John Greenwood, toolmaker... Pocket notebooks of John Greenwood, toolmaker, c.1914-1918
Pocket notebooks, mainly re: torpedo works during First World War.
John Greenwood was employed as a tool-maker, working on torpedoes, at the Naval dockyard in Weymouth for the duration of the First World War. After 1918, he returned home to Yorkshire, and married in 1921. Following the death of his first wife in 1924, Greenwood re-married in the following year. Becoming unemployed in 1926, Greenwood and his family moved to London, where he worked for the AEC until he retired in 1953.
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