President Franklin Roosevelt touring the Kaiser Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation, Portland, Oregon, United States, 23 Sep 1942. Photo 1 of 2.President Franklin Roosevelt touring the Kaiser Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation, Portland, Oregon, United States, 23 Sep 1942. Photo 2 of 2.Splattered with champaign, Anna Boettiger (daughter of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt) has just christened Liberty-ship SS Joseph N. Teal at Oregon Shipbuilding, Portland, Oregon, United States, 23 Sep 1942.At the White House 18 Mar 1943, Henry Kaiser, right, and President Franklin Roosevelt looking at a model of a Casablanca-class escort aircraft carrier, then under construction at Kaiser’s Vancouver, Washington shipyard.
President Franklin Roosevelt touring the Kaiser Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation, Portland, Oregon, United States, 23 Sep 1942. Photo 1 of 2.President Franklin Roosevelt touring the Kaiser Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation, Portland, Oregon, United States, 23 Sep 1942. Photo 2 of 2.Splattered with champaign, Anna Boettiger (daughter of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt) has just christened Liberty-ship SS Joseph N. Teal at Oregon Shipbuilding, Portland, Oregon, United States, 23 Sep 1942.At the White House 18 Mar 1943, Henry Kaiser, right, and President Franklin Roosevelt looking at a model of a Casablanca-class escort aircraft carrier, then under construction at Kaiser’s Vancouver, Washington shipyard.
Merchant ships Dominican Victory, Yugoslavia Victory, Plymouth Victory, Niantic Victory, Rock Island Victory, Claremont Victory, and Rutland Victory at Kaiser Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation yard, Portland, Oregon, United States, early 1944Chart 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.SS Davidson Victory under construction, Kaiser Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation yard, Portland, Oregon, United States, Mar 1945
Merchant ships Dominican Victory, Yugoslavia Victory, Plymouth Victory, Niantic Victory, Rock Island Victory, Claremont Victory, and Rutland Victory at Kaiser Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation yard, Portland, Oregon, United States, early 1944Chart 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.SS Davidson Victory under construction, Kaiser Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation yard, Portland, Oregon, United States, Mar 1945
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