S-36 file photo [32153]

Bethlehem San Francisco Shipyard

Type   259 Shipyard
Historical Name of Location   San Francisco, California, United States
Coordinates   37.760744000, -122.384447000

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Ships Constructed at Bethlehem San Francisco Shipyard

Ship NameYard NoSlip/Drydock NoOrderedLaid DownLaunchedCommissioned
S-3428 May 191813 Feb 191912 Jul 1922
S-3514 Jun 191827 Feb 191917 Aug 1922
S-3610 Dec 19183 Jun 19194 Apr 1923
S-3914 Jan 19192 Jul 191914 Sep 1923
S-3815 Jan 191917 Jun 191911 May 1923
S-405 Mar 19195 Jan 192120 Nov 1923
S-4117 Apr 191921 Feb 192115 Jan 1924
Maury24 Mar 193614 Feb 19385 Aug 1938
Laffey (Benson-class)13 Jan 194130 Oct 194131 Mar 1942
Hoel4 Jun 19429 Dec 194229 Jul 1943
Wedderburn10 Jan 19431 Aug 19439 Mar 1944
Fieberling19 Mar 19442 Apr 194411 Apr 1944


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Bethlehem San Francisco Shipyard Timeline

14 Jun 1918 The keel of submarine S-35 was laid down at the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation yard in San Francisco, California, United States.
10 Dec 1918 The keel of S-36 was laid down at the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation shipyard in San Francisco, California, United States.
14 Jan 1919 The keel of S-39 was laid down at the Bethlehem shipyard in San Francisco, California, United States.
15 Jan 1919 The keel of S-38 was laid down by Union Iron Works of Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation in San Francisco, California, United States.
27 Feb 1919 Submarine S-35 was launched at the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation yard in San Francisco, California, United States, sponsored by Miss Louise C. Bailey.
17 Apr 1919 The keel of S-41 was laid down at the Bethlehem shipyard in San Francisco, California, United States.
3 Jun 1919 S-36 was launched at the Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation shipyard in San Francisco, California, United States, sponsored by Miss Helen Russell.
17 Jun 1919 S-38 was launched by Union Iron Works of Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation in San Francisco, California, United States, sponsored by Mrs. Grace M. Collins.
2 Jul 1919 S-39 was launched at the Bethlehem shipyard in San Francisco, California, United States, sponsored by Clara M. Huber.
21 Feb 1921 S-41 was launched at the Bethlehem shipyard in San Francisco, California, United States, sponsored by the wife of John Conners.

Photographs

S-36 at the Bethlehem Shipbuilding CorporationUSS S-38 fitting out at the Union Iron Works of Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation in San Francisco, California, United States, 29 Mar 1923USS S-41 fitting out at the Bethlehem Union Plant, San Francisco, California, United States, 27 Dec 1923Laffey fitting out at the Bethlehem Steel Company shipyard, San Francisco, California, United States, 3 Jan 1942; note San Francisco
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Lat/Long 37.7607, -122.3844
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