Boat & ship industry

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Boat & ship industry

  • UF Boat building
  • UF Boatyards
  • UF Dockyards
  • UF Dry docks
  • UF Shipbuilding
  • UF Shipyards

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Charles Piez during visit to Portland to inspect shipbuilding operations

Head and shoulders portrait of Charles Piez, vice president and general manager of the Emergency Fleet Corporation, smiling and looking to the right. The photograph was taken on July 13, 1918, while Piez and Charles M. Schwab, director general of the Emergency Fleet Corporation, were in Portland and the vicinity to inspect shipbuilding operations in the area. See related image Nos. 373G0055, 373G0167, 373G0182, 373G0183, 373G0184, 373G0185, 373G0186, and 379G0077.

Charles Piez speaking at Northwest Steel, Portland

Photograph, taken from the side, of Charles Piez speaking to workers at Northwest Steel in Portland on July 13, 1918. Piez, vice president and general manager of the Emergency Fleet Corporation, made the address during a visit with director general Charles M. Schwab to inspect shipbuilding operations in the Portland area. A cropped version of this photograph was one of six that were published on Page 12 of the Oregon Journal on Sunday, July 14, 1918, as part of coverage of the visit. This photograph had the following caption: “Vice President Charles Piez in speaking pose.” See related image Nos. 373G0055, 373G0166, 373G0182, 373G0183, 373G0184, 373G0185, 373G0186, and 379G0077.

Charles M. Schwab during visit to Portland to inspect shipbuilding operations

Half-length portrait of Charles M. Schwab, director general of the Emergency Fleet Corporation, taken in Portland on Saturday, July 13, 1918. A cropped version of this photograph was published on the front page of the Oregon Journal on Sunday, July 14, 1918, under the headline “Head of Emergency Fleet Corporation.” The photograph had the following caption: “Charles M. Schwab, director general of the Emergency Fleet corporation, who is a Portland visitor. Mr. Schwab’s rise in the industrial world from a humble beginning to the recognized position of the ablest steel man forms one of the greatest dramas of American business. With Charles Piez, vice president of the Emergency Fleet corporation, and other officials, Mr. Schwab is spending three days inspecting shipbuilding in Portland and vicinity.” See related image Nos. 373G0055, 373G0166, 373G0167, 373G0183, 373G0184, 373G0185, 373G0186, and 379G0077.

Charles M. Schwab touring shipyard with unidentified officials

Photograph showing Charles M. Schwab (center), director general of the Emergency Fleet Corporation, walking between two unidentified men as he tours a Portland-area shipyard on Saturday, July 13, 1918. The photograph was taken during a three-day visit Schwab made to inspect shipbuilding operations in Portland and the vicinity. A cropped version of this photograph was one of six published on Page 12 of the Oregon Journal on Sunday, July 14, 1918. This photograph had the following caption: “Mr. Schwab strolling through shipyard with yard officials.” See related image Nos. 373G0055, 373G0166, 373G0167, 373G0182, 373G0184, 373G0185, 373G0186, and 379G0077.

Charles M. Schwab speaking at Northwest Steel, Portland

Photograph, taken from the side, of Charles M. Schwab, director general of the Emergency Fleet Corporation, giving an address in Portland on Saturday, July 13, 1918. The speech was part of a three-day visit Schwab made to inspect shipbuilding operations in the Portland area. A cropped version of this photograph was one of six published on Page 12 of the Oregon Journal on Sunday, July 14, 1918. This photograph had the following caption: “Charles M. Schwab addressing workmen at Northwest Steel company plant.” See related image Nos. 373G0055, 373G0166, 373G0167, 373G0182, 373G0183, 373G0185, 373G0186, and 379G0077.

Dr. Charles Eaton during visit to Portland with Charles M. Schwab

Head and shoulders photograph of Dr. Charles Eaton, head of the national service division of the Emergency Fleet Corporation, taken on Saturday, July 13, 1918. Eaton accompanied Charles M. Schwab, director general of the Emergency Fleet Corporation, on a three-day visit to Portland to inspect shipbuilding operations in the area. A cropped version of the photograph was one of six published on Page 12 of the Oregon Journal on Sunday, July 14, 1918. It had the caption “Dr. Charles Eaton, head of national service division.” The photograph may have been taken at the Northwest Steel shipyard. See related image Nos. 373G0166, 373G0167, 373G0182, 373G0183, 373G0184, 373G0185, 373G0186, and 379G0077. Image note: Spots of damage on negative. The name “Eaton, Dr. Charles” is written on the negative sleeve.

Russian ships in Portland dry dock

Two ships, with Russian names, on a dry dock in Portland. A long wooden pier can be seen between the two ships, leading into the distance towards a hillside with houses on it. The propellers of both ships can be seen out of the water, next ladders of differing heights (negative 3 of 5).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Steamship Mormacsea crew

Photograph showing two crew members of the cargo ship Mormacsea. Both men are facing towards the camera, and standing in sunken areas of the floor in what appears to be a machine room. Pipes, levers and wheels can be seen along the walls and in the foreground of the photograph. During WWII, the Mormacsea later served as a troopship (negative 1 of 22).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Steamship Mormacsea docked in Portland

A man sits in front of a desk with both arms extended, holding what appears to be a schematic drawing. His pants and collared shirt are stained, and he is wearing a hat with an embroidered “M” on the front. During WWII, the Mormacsea later served as a troopship (negative 10 of 22).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Steamship Mormacsea machine room

A man faces away from the camera and towards a set of pipes and wheels, in what appears to be a machine room aboard the Mormacsea. He has his left arm raised and is turning a wheel. Other pipes and pieces of machinery can be seen throughout the frame. During WWII, the Mormacsea later served as a troopship (negative 11 of 22).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Steamship Mormacsea crew

Three crew members of the cargo ship Mormacsea, seated at tables in a dining area. Two of the men are seated together, while a third is at a separate table and is writing something on paper. Open portholes can be seen behind the seating area. During WWII, the Mormacsea later served as a troopship (negative 4 of 22).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Steamship Mormacsea deck

Crew members aboard the cargo ship Mormacsea, seen in front of the Willamette river (?). Two men on the deck stand on top of a pile of cut wood, which is stacked and lashed together with chains. Piers and industrial warehouses can be seen across the river. During WWII, the Mormacsea later served as a troopship (negative 16 of 22).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Steamship Mormacsea docked in Portland

Photograph showing cargo ship Mormacsea, moored to a wooden dock by several visible ropes. “Mormacsea” is painted on the side of the vessel, and a train car of goods can be seen to its left, on a set of tracks. The Willamette River (likely) can be seen to the right, with industrial buildings and docks in the distance. During WWII, the Mormacsea later served as a troopship (negative 21 of 22).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Steamship Mormacsea docked in Portland

Three men stand aboard the cargo ship Mormacsea. Below the group is a large sign reading “Mormacsea”, which is attached to the front of what appears to be a windowed room. One of the men is wearing a captain’s uniform and hat. During WWII, the Mormacsea later served as a troopship (negative 8 of 22).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Italian ship Leme being taken over by United States Coast Guard

Crew members of the Italian ship Leme disembarking down a gangplank, after being taken over by the United State Coast guard. Several men carry cloth bags over their shoulders, while men in uniform watch (Coast Guard?). Behind the gangway is ship balcony, where two men in uniform watch the group disembark. The members of the crew were taken into custody after it was discovered that the machinery and navigation equipment of the Leme had been intentionally damaged (negative 2 of 18).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

New shell fabrication setup at Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation, Portland

A man stands next to a tripod (holding a total station?) under the base of a crane at Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation in Portland. In the distance is another crane and several structures part-way through construction. A similar photograph was published on page D1 of the Oregon Journal on Sunday, February 20, 1944 (negative 1 of 9) Original sleeve title: “Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation - boiler erection shop and new shell plate erection department.”

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

New shell fabrication setup at Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation, Portland

New industrial buildings being constructed at Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation in Portland. Piles of wood can be seen throughout the frame, and a crane is in the distance. On the right side of the frame is a worker standing next to the metal frame. A photograph from this series was published on page D1 of the Oregon Journal on Sunday, February 20, 1944 (negative 2 of 9). Original sleeve title: “Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation - boiler erection shop and new shell plate erection department.”

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Workers in boiler erection shop at Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation, Portland

Workers in a boiler erection shop at Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation in Portland, standing in steam or smoke. Taken from a high angle, the floor of the building includes machinery and piles of pipe. A photograph from this series was published on page D1 of the Oregon Journal on Sunday, February 20, 1944 (negative 5 of 9). Original sleeve title: “Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation - boiler erection shop and new shell plate erection department.”

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Phil Espeseth with burning machine at Kaiser Company, Swan Island

Phil Espeseth, wearing a safety hat and goggles, leans downwards towards a double torch burning machine at Kaiser Company, Swan Island. Sparks are coming from the metal. This photograph was published on page D1 of the Oregon Journal on Sunday, June 11, 1944 (negative 1 of 6).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Burney Steigelmier with burning machine at Kaiser Company, Swan Island

Burney Steigelmier uses a Isherwood web burner at Kaiser Company, Swan Island. Steigelmier is kneeling downward, wearing a head cover and face shield, next to a metal surface. This photograph was published on page D1 of the Oregon Journal on Sunday, June 11, 1944 (negative 2 of 6).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Doris Michaelis and Walt Keffer with burning machine at Kaiser Company, Swan Island

Doris Michaelis operates a burning machine while being watched by Burner Foreman Walt Keffer, at Kaiser Company, Swan Island. Michaelis is leaning downward towards the machine, which appears to be setup on a piece of metal. This photograph was published on page D1 of the Oregon Journal on Sunday, June 11, 1944 (negative 6 of 6).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Mold loft at Kaiser Company, Vancouver

People working in a mold loft at Kaiser Company, Vancouver, using C-4 templates. The men are kneeling on the ground and looking at wooden templates placed on the ground. (negative 1 of 2).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Portland waterfront docks and repair facilities

A view of buildings and docks on the Willamette River in Portland, most likely looking west. At the left side of the frame is the Centennial Mills (Crown Mills) building on what is now Northwest Naito Parkway (negative 1 of 37).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Portland waterfront shipbuilding facility

A shipbuilding facility on the Willamette River in Portland, shown from a high angle. Multiple ways, each holding a ship, can be seen along the water (negative 16 of 37).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Steam boats on Willamette River, Portland

Several steam boats with paddle wheels on the Willamette River in Portland, most likely looking west. Forested hills can be seen in the background (negative 32 of 37).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Albina Engine & Machine Works building, Portland

Albina Engine & Machine Works, next to the Willamette River in Portland, most likely looking west. Numerous other industrial buildings can be seen along the river, with the west hills in the distance (negative 33 of 37).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

Southwest waterfront industrial facilities, Portland

Several industrial facilities along the southwest waterfront of the Willamette River in Portland. A long building has is painted with “Alaska Junk Co.” and “Schnitzer & Wolf Machinery Co.” along the roof. Ships can be seen docked on the water, with downtown Portland visible in the distance (negative 34 of 37).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

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