Summary: There are special problems in building the curved end of the wing, requiring advanced woodworking skills. A man and a woman add bow end to already assembled inboard panel, install ribs, mortise in the edge (with hand saw), and do final finishing. The glider wing is now completely assembled and ready for fabric covering.
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Pratt, Read Corporation Records, 1839-1990, Archives Center, National Museum of American History.