2 images. Sailmakers, 20 April 1957. Mike Henderson -- 6 years; Christine Hanscomb -- 5 years; Paul Newman; Randy Henderson -- 12 years; Mark Hanscomb -- 7 years; Jeff White -- 11 years; Leo New (Sailmaker).; Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Emery. Date: 1957-04-20. Reporter: Emery to rw. Assignment: Sailmakers. 53: Leo New cutting out a mainsail for the 60-foot schooner Kelpie. 81: Paul Newman examines 'clew corner' of a sail -- this sail a mainsail for the schooner Martha. Intricately stitched-in corner ring is called a cringle. 43: l to r (background): Leo New; Wanda New; and John Henderson 'making up' (that means folding it up for delivery) gaff-headed foresail for 65-ft schooner Martha. 042: l to r, Leo New and John Henderson 'marking tablings' to finish off a mainsail for Ackerman Newporter, a 40-ft ketch (a tabling is the hem of a sail). 058: In 'sail loft' of Pacific Sailmakers at 1415 Cota Ave, near Long Beach harbor water front, five young visitors watch sailmaker Paul Newman putting an eye-splice in a rope. Left to right, starting left foreground: Mike Henderson, 6; Christie Hanscomb, 5; Paul Newman; Randy Henderson, 12; Mark Hanscomb, 7; and Jeff White, 11. 35: Sailmaker Leo New swinging rawhide mallet against cutter to cut hole in sail. 43: Leo New sewing-in a hard-worked hole in sail. 80 and 52: Paul Newman 'roping a sail.' He's sewing-in a 1/2 inch dacron rope along the edge of dacron sail to take the strain".