A visit with the prop doctor

Trebilcock, B.
August 1990
Yankee;Aug90, Vol. 54 Issue 8, p68
Profiles Elwynne Kenney, propellor repairman in Maine. Learned trade from father-in-law; Caters to lobstermen; Loyalty to family and fishermen; Repair process.


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