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Chart published in the United States Maritime Report of Progress showing Kaiser Richmond Shipyards, under the name Permanente, had the lowest average number of days for Liberty-ship construction through 1 Jun 1944.Victory-ship Nicaragua Victory on Shipway 5 at Shipyard No. 1 at the Kaiser Richmond Shipyards, Richmond, California, United States, Aug 1944.Aerial view of the Kaiser Company Shipyard No. 4 looking north, Richmond, California, United States, 6 Dec 1944.Aerial view of the Kaiser Company Shipyard No. 4 looking northwest, Richmond, California, United States, 6 Dec 1944.
Chart published in the United States Maritime Report of Progress showing Kaiser Richmond Shipyards, under the name Permanente, had the lowest average number of days for Liberty-ship construction through 1 Jun 1944.Victory-ship Nicaragua Victory on Shipway 5 at Shipyard No. 1 at the Kaiser Richmond Shipyards, Richmond, California, United States, Aug 1944.Aerial view of the Kaiser Company Shipyard No. 4 looking north, Richmond, California, United States, 6 Dec 1944.Aerial view of the Kaiser Company Shipyard No. 4 looking northwest, Richmond, California, United States, 6 Dec 1944.
Aerial view of the Kaiser Company Shipyard No. 4 looking southwest, Richmond, California, United States, 6 Dec 1944.Overhead view of the Kaiser Company Shipyard No. 4, Richmond, California, United States, 6 Dec 1944.Aerial view of Kaiser Richmond No. 2 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, 11 Dec 1944.Aerial view of Kaiser Richmond No. 3 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, 11 Dec 1944
Aerial view of the Kaiser Company Shipyard No. 4 looking southwest, Richmond, California, United States, 6 Dec 1944.Overhead view of the Kaiser Company Shipyard No. 4, Richmond, California, United States, 6 Dec 1944.Aerial view of Kaiser Richmond No. 2 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, 11 Dec 1944.Aerial view of Kaiser Richmond No. 3 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, 11 Dec 1944
Aerial view of Permanente Metals Shipyard No. 1 looking north, Richmond, California, United States, 11 Dec 1944.Aerial view of Permanente Metals Shipyard No. 1 looking south into San Francisco Bay, Richmond, California, United States, 11 Dec 1944. Note the prefabrication shed on the left and the large Ford assembly plant at top.Aerial view of Permanente Metals Shipyard No. 1 looking west, Richmond, California, United States, 11 Dec 1944. Shipyard No. 4 is just out of view to the upper right.Aerial view of Permanente Metals Shipyard No. 2 looking east, Richmond, California, United States, 11 Dec 1944.
Aerial view of Permanente Metals Shipyard No. 1 looking north, Richmond, California, United States, 11 Dec 1944.Aerial view of Permanente Metals Shipyard No. 1 looking south into San Francisco Bay, Richmond, California, United States, 11 Dec 1944. Note the prefabrication shed on the left and the large Ford assembly plant at top.Aerial view of Permanente Metals Shipyard No. 1 looking west, Richmond, California, United States, 11 Dec 1944. Shipyard No. 4 is just out of view to the upper right.Aerial view of Permanente Metals Shipyard No. 2 looking east, Richmond, California, United States, 11 Dec 1944.
Aerial view of Permanente Metals Shipyard No. 2 looking north, Richmond, California, United States, 11 Dec 1944. Note the prefabrication sheds on the left angled 45-degrees to everything else.Aerial view of Permanente Metals Shipyard No. 2 looking south into San Francisco Bay, Richmond, California, United States, 11 Dec 1944. Note Brooks Island just offshore.Aerial view of the Kaiser Cargo Company Shipyard No. 3 looking north, Richmond, California, United States, 11 Dec 1944.Overhead view of Permanente Metals Shipyard No. 1, Richmond, California, United States, 13 Dec 1944.
Aerial view of Permanente Metals Shipyard No. 2 looking north, Richmond, California, United States, 11 Dec 1944. Note the prefabrication sheds on the left angled 45-degrees to everything else.Aerial view of Permanente Metals Shipyard No. 2 looking south into San Francisco Bay, Richmond, California, United States, 11 Dec 1944. Note Brooks Island just offshore.Aerial view of the Kaiser Cargo Company Shipyard No. 3 looking north, Richmond, California, United States, 11 Dec 1944.Overhead view of Permanente Metals Shipyard No. 1, Richmond, California, United States, 13 Dec 1944.
Overhead view of Permanente Metals Shipyard No. 2, Richmond, California, United States, 8 Jan 1945.Overhead view of the Kaiser Cargo Company Shipyard No. 3, Richmond, California, United States, 8 Jan 1945.Excerpt from the 1947 United States Geological Survey map of San Francisco Bay showing Richmond, California, United States and the Kaiser Richmond Shipyards at Point Potrero.
Overhead view of Permanente Metals Shipyard No. 2, Richmond, California, United States, 8 Jan 1945.Overhead view of the Kaiser Cargo Company Shipyard No. 3, Richmond, California, United States, 8 Jan 1945.Excerpt from the 1947 United States Geological Survey map of San Francisco Bay showing Richmond, California, United States and the Kaiser Richmond Shipyards at Point Potrero.

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