Marinship Yard vice-president and general manager William E. Waste offering dignitary remarks during the christening of yard flagship Tamalpais, 29 Oct 1944, Sausalito, California, United States.The Escambia-class fleet oiler Tamalpais being christened during Flagship Day at Marinship, Sausalito, California, United States, 29 Oct 1944.The Escambia-class fleet oiler Tamalpais being launched at Marinship, Sausalito, California, United States, 29 Oct 1944.The Escambia-class fleet oiler Tamalpais just after she was launched and being moved to the fitting out docks, Marinship, Sausalito, California, United States, 29 Oct 1944.
Marinship Yard vice-president and general manager William E. Waste offering dignitary remarks during the christening of yard flagship Tamalpais, 29 Oct 1944, Sausalito, California, United States.The Escambia-class fleet oiler Tamalpais being christened during Flagship Day at Marinship, Sausalito, California, United States, 29 Oct 1944.The Escambia-class fleet oiler Tamalpais being launched at Marinship, Sausalito, California, United States, 29 Oct 1944.The Escambia-class fleet oiler Tamalpais just after she was launched and being moved to the fitting out docks, Marinship, Sausalito, California, United States, 29 Oct 1944.
Marinship Company president Stephen Bechtel, Sr., left, and HRH Prince Faisal Ibn Abdul Aziz of Saudi Arabia and his party boarding the tanker Tamalpais at the Marinship yard, Sausalito, California, 25 Apr 1945.View of Mt. Tamalpais seen through the Plate Shop at the Marinship Shipbuilding yard, Sausalito, California, United States, 1944-45. Marinship flagship, USS Tamalpais, was named for this mountain.USS Tamalpais on station at Hong Kong as a fresh water tanker ship, Mar 1946.United States Army electrical generating ships, the former Navy fleet oilers Tamalpais and Kennebago, on station at Nha Trang, Vietnam, circa 1966.
Marinship Company president Stephen Bechtel, Sr., left, and HRH Prince Faisal Ibn Abdul Aziz of Saudi Arabia and his party boarding the tanker Tamalpais at the Marinship yard, Sausalito, California, 25 Apr 1945.View of Mt. Tamalpais seen through the Plate Shop at the Marinship Shipbuilding yard, Sausalito, California, United States, 1944-45. Marinship flagship, USS Tamalpais, was named for this mountain.USS Tamalpais on station at Hong Kong as a fresh water tanker ship, Mar 1946.United States Army electrical generating ships, the former Navy fleet oilers Tamalpais and Kennebago, on station at Nha Trang, Vietnam, circa 1966.
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