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The seventh ship constructed by CalShip, Liberty-ship Robert Morris, is christened by Mrs. Margaret McCone, wife of CalShip president John A McCone (left), 28 Jan 1942, Los Angeles, California, United States.Liberty Ship Stephen Hopkins shortly after launching, Kaiser Richmond Shipyards, Richmond, California, United States, 14 Apr 1942A rudder’s-eye-view of Liberty-ship F A C Muhlenberg on the ways at CalShip, Los Angeles, California, United States, May 1942.A view of the CalShip yards from a Liberty-ship at the fitting out docks, Los Angeles, California, United States, circa 1942. Note scaffolding of the shipways at left.
The seventh ship constructed by CalShip, Liberty-ship Robert Morris, is christened by Mrs. Margaret McCone, wife of CalShip president John A McCone (left), 28 Jan 1942, Los Angeles, California, United States.Liberty Ship Stephen Hopkins shortly after launching, Kaiser Richmond Shipyards, Richmond, California, United States, 14 Apr 1942A rudder’s-eye-view of Liberty-ship F A C Muhlenberg on the ways at CalShip, Los Angeles, California, United States, May 1942.A view of the CalShip yards from a Liberty-ship at the fitting out docks, Los Angeles, California, United States, circa 1942. Note scaffolding of the shipways at left.
PT-109 stowed on board the Liberty Ship Joseph Stanton for transportation to the Pacific Ocean, Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, 20 Aug 1942, photo 1 of 2PT-109 stowed on board the Liberty Ship Joseph Stanton for transportation to the Pacific Ocean, Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, 20 Aug 1942, photo 2 of 2African-American welder Ernest Enloe Cotton learning from a more experienced colleague while building Liberty Ship Booker T. Washington, California Shipbuilding Corporation yard, Los Angeles, California, United States, Sep 1942Liberty-ship Booker T Washington on the ways at CalShip, Los Angeles, California, Sep 1942. Note the pre-fabricated double-bottom sections ready for the next ship to be laid down on these ways (Robert C Grier).
PT-109 stowed on board the Liberty Ship Joseph Stanton for transportation to the Pacific Ocean, Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, 20 Aug 1942, photo 1 of 2PT-109 stowed on board the Liberty Ship Joseph Stanton for transportation to the Pacific Ocean, Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, 20 Aug 1942, photo 2 of 2African-American welder Ernest Enloe Cotton learning from a more experienced colleague while building Liberty Ship Booker T. Washington, California Shipbuilding Corporation yard, Los Angeles, California, United States, Sep 1942Liberty-ship Booker T Washington on the ways at CalShip, Los Angeles, California, Sep 1942. Note the pre-fabricated double-bottom sections ready for the next ship to be laid down on these ways (Robert C Grier).
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.Liberty-ship Booker T Washington sliding down the ways at CalShip, Los Angeles, California, United States, 29 Sep 1942.No sooner had Liberty-ship Booker T Washington slid down the ways at CalShip that the keel of the next ship, Robert C Grier, was laid on the same ways, 29 Sep 1942, Los Angeles, California, United States.Sponsor of Liberty-ship Booker T Washington, celebrated operatic contralto Marian Anderson at the launching ceremonies at CalShip, Los Angeles, California, United States, 29 Sep 1942. Photo 1 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.Liberty-ship Booker T Washington sliding down the ways at CalShip, Los Angeles, California, United States, 29 Sep 1942.No sooner had Liberty-ship Booker T Washington slid down the ways at CalShip that the keel of the next ship, Robert C Grier, was laid on the same ways, 29 Sep 1942, Los Angeles, California, United States.Sponsor of Liberty-ship Booker T Washington, celebrated operatic contralto Marian Anderson at the launching ceremonies at CalShip, Los Angeles, California, United States, 29 Sep 1942. Photo 1 of 2.
Sponsor of Liberty-ship Booker T Washington, celebrated operatic contralto Marian Anderson at the launching ceremonies at CalShip, Los Angeles, California, United States, 29 Sep 1942. Photo 2 of 2.Liberty ship John Muir sliding down the ways at Marinship, Sausalito, California, United States, 22 Nov 1942. John Muir was the fourth ship built at the Marinship yard.Transfer of after peak section of a Liberty ship under construction at Kaiser Richmond No. 2 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, 1940sFemale African-American shipyard worker Anna Bland working on Liberty ship SS George Washington Carver at Kaiser Richmond No. 1 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, Apr 1943
Sponsor of Liberty-ship Booker T Washington, celebrated operatic contralto Marian Anderson at the launching ceremonies at CalShip, Los Angeles, California, United States, 29 Sep 1942. Photo 2 of 2.Liberty ship John Muir sliding down the ways at Marinship, Sausalito, California, United States, 22 Nov 1942. John Muir was the fourth ship built at the Marinship yard.Transfer of after peak section of a Liberty ship under construction at Kaiser Richmond No. 2 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, 1940sFemale African-American shipyard worker Anna Bland working on Liberty ship SS George Washington Carver at Kaiser Richmond No. 1 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, Apr 1943
Female African-American Welders Alivia Scott, Hattie Carpenter, Flossie Burtos, and another unidentified worker working on the Liberty ship SS George Washington Carver, Kaiser Richmond No. 1 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, Apr 1943Female African-American worker Eastine Cowner working on Liberty ship SS George Washington Carver, Kaiser Richmond No. 1 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, Apr 1943Welder trainee Josie Lucille Owens working on the Liberty ship George Washington Carver, Kaiser Richmond No. 1 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, Apr 1943Liberty-ships at CalShip’s fitting-out docks, May 1943, Los Angeles, California, United States. In the foreground is SS Ignace Paderewski, which only spent 12 days at these docks before being delivered into service.
Female African-American Welders Alivia Scott, Hattie Carpenter, Flossie Burtos, and another unidentified worker working on the Liberty ship SS George Washington Carver, Kaiser Richmond No. 1 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, Apr 1943Female African-American worker Eastine Cowner working on Liberty ship SS George Washington Carver, Kaiser Richmond No. 1 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, Apr 1943Welder trainee Josie Lucille Owens working on the Liberty ship George Washington Carver, Kaiser Richmond No. 1 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, Apr 1943Liberty-ships at CalShip’s fitting-out docks, May 1943, Los Angeles, California, United States. In the foreground is SS Ignace Paderewski, which only spent 12 days at these docks before being delivered into service.

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