[Technical drawings of decommissioned Canadian Coast Guard vessels] [technical drawing (some microform), graphic material]
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[Technical drawings of decommissioned Canadian Coast Guard vessels] [technical drawing (some microform), graphic material]Hierarchical level:AccessionDate:[ca. 1930-1975].Reference:RG12, RG12M 945019, R184, 945019 CA, 122-040533-7Former BAN no.:122-040533-7Type of material:Architectural and technical drawings, ArtFound in:Archives / Collections and FondsItem ID number:35115
Record Information – DetailsDate(s):[ca. 1930-1975].Place of creation:CanadaExtent:ca. 9200 aperture cards 9 x 19 cm.
22 prints 20 blueline prints, 2 blackline prints 122 x 76 cm or smaller.
3 drawings pencil on tracing linen 18 x 95 cm or smaller.
5045 technical drawings.Language of material:EnglishProvenance:Additional name(s):Finding aid:Architectural, technical - microform: (Paper) Finding aid consists of a plan list from Transport Canada organized alphabetically by ship.Graphic (art): (Paper) Finding aid consists of an itemized list to the Coast Guard flags, badges, buttons and insignia. RG12M 945019Architectural, technical - drawings: (Paper) The finding aid consists of a plan list from Transport Canada organized alphabetically by ship.Additional information:General Note:Accession consists of plans for an estimated 40 Canadian Coast Guard vessels. There are design, as well as fitted, working and manufacturers drawings for navaids tenders, search and rescue cutters, icebreakers, survey and cable repair ships, and workboats. Also included in the accession are 25 prints and drawings pertaining to CGS flags, badges, buttons and insignia.Custodial history:The accession was transferred in Dec. 1994 from the Canadian Coast Guard, Marine Technical & Support Services.Cartographic math data:Scales differ., Scales differ.Copy/version note:Items #1, 115, and 122 are on microfiche.Subject heading:Source:Government
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