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While cleaning off my workbench, I ran across this bronze disk.  I believe that I acquired it when cleaning out my grandfathers work shop.

 

I don't have much need to keep it, and it seems a shame to throw it in the recycling bin.  I would love to find a worthy home for it.

 

It says:

U.S. ENGINEER DEPARTMENT

TULSA ENGINEER DISTRICT

ELEV.

STA. NO.

BM AK 37

1941

 

Any ideas on what to do with it?

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U.S Engineers is the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers (COE).

 

https://www.swt.usace.army.mil/

 

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Early 1941 - Tulsa District is building the Tulsa Aircraft Assembly Plant #3, (the Bomber Plant) which became home of McDonnell Douglas in Tulsa, Okla. Construction began on the $29 million Midwest City Air Depot (now Tinker Air Force Base) and the Oklahoma Aircraft Assembly Plant #5 in Oklahoma City which was annexed into Tinker in 1947 as Building 3001.

 

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