1943 Press Photo Staten Island NY E S Blue christens ship at Bethlehem Steel This is an original press photo. Photo measures 9 x 7.25inches. Photo is dated 11-28-1943. PHOTO FRONT PHOTO BACK. Historic Images Part Number:nec95928
He was a native Staten Islander, born on Oct. 20, 1923 to Jo seph and Marian Driscoll. Les was a graduate of McKee HS. Upon graduating, he was employed by Bethlehem Steel in their shipbuilding division. He left to join the US Army in 1943 and served in the 8th Armored Division in Europe. He returned home in 1946 when he rejoined Bethlehem Steel. 55 Locust Court Staten Island, NY 10309Tastefully renovated 3 level townhome in the Rossville neighborhood of Staten Island has just hit the market! This home features beautifully updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, new roof, new windows and exerior doors, new central air
Vtg Bethlehem Steel Company Staten Island Yard Propeller Paper Weight. $295.00 + shipping. Seller 99.7% positive. VINTAGE Hardability CALCULATOR Bethlehem STEEL CO PA 1943. $15.00 Staten Island, New York City. $14.99 + shipping. Photo:Staten Island ladies lawn tennis club, 1887 2. $14.99 Bethlehem Steel Company 194 Special STATEN ISLAND Vtg Bethlehem Steel Company Staten Island Yard Propeller Paper Weight. $295.00 + shipping. Seller 99.7% positive. VINTAGE Hardability CALCULATOR Bethlehem STEEL CO PA 1943. $15.00 Staten Island, New York City. $14.99 + shipping. Seller 99.6% positive. Photo:Staten Island ladies lawn tennis club, 1887 2. $14.99 + shipping.
In the Matter of BETHLEHEM STEEL COMPANY, STATEN ISLAND YARD and INDUSTRIAL UNION MARINE & SHIPBUILDING WORKERS OF AMERICA, LOCAL 12, CIO Case No. R-54357.-Decided June 22, 1943 Mr. Edward E. Kirwan, of New York City, Mr. James C. Phelps, of Bethlehem, Pa., and Messrs. William F. Barwick and Herbert Unger, both of Staten Island, N. Mariners Harbor, Staten Island - GlobalSecurityThe Bethlehem yards at Staten Island and San Pedro in Los Angeles Harbor launched destroyers. Staten Island also had a foundry that specialized in making propellers for
People working at the Bethlehem Steel machine shop in Staten Island, New York, United States, 1945 Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images RICHMOND TERRACE, STATEN ISLAND Part 2 - Forgotten New YorkDec 10, 2006 · Bethlehem Steel Companys Staten Island Yard was founded in 1895, as the Port Richmond Iron Works. It was originally a machine shop. The Burlee Drydock Company was started at about the same time. In 1898 the two firms consolidated under the Burlee name at Port Richmond, Staten Island.
Bethlehem Works is a 120 acre development site in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, based on land formerly owned by Bethlehem Steel. The company discontinued its steelmaking activities at the main Bethlehem plant in 1995 after about 140 years of metal production. Tugboat InformationBuilt in 1953, by Bethlehem Steel of Staten Island, New York (hull #8336) as the tug Binghamton for the Erie Railroad Company of Jersey City, New Jersey. In 1960, the Erie Railroad Company became the Erie Lackawanna Railroad Company of Jersey City, New Jersey.
Apr 21, 2016 · He was a lifelong Staten Islander. After graduation from McKee High School, he joined the Defense Vocational Training Program in 1940 at Bethlehem Shipyard in Mariner's Harbor, learning welding skills which led him to employment at Bethlehem Steel in their Staten Island and Hoboken yards beginning in 1941. [Aerial view of Bethlehem Steel shipyard] - Print B&W print made from original negative. Aerial view of the Bethlehem Steel shipyard in Mariners Harbor, Staten Island. Numerous buildings and large ships are visible along the waterfront. The road at right is Richmond Terrace. (Keywords:New York City
441 Clarke Avenue, Staten Island NY, 10306 (718) 351-1611 [email protected] [Bethlehem Steel propeller plant] - Print, Photographic441 Clarke Avenue, Staten Island NY, 10306 (718) 351-1611 [email protected]
Bethlehem Steel Staten Island was located along the northern shore at Mariners Harbor in the southern part of Newark Bay. It is commonly referred to as Beth Steel. The shipyard opened in 1889 when Burlee Drydock and Port Richmond Iron Works mergeed into one company.