shipyard worker

1942/1943
2000

This poster is made up of a black and white photograph of a woman working in a shipyard. She is wearing goggles on her head and holding a device with tubes attached in front of her. "...

I support the Port - Workers
2002

This poster features large, black text aligned to the left edge reading "I / support / the / Port - / Workers". There is a black exclamation point spanning the height of the page along the right...

 (Richmond Shipyards, California)
Sep-43
05/23/43

Clipping on the back, May 23, 1943-- "This method of speedily lifting and placing in position the decks of cargo vessels, prior to final welding, has been adopted by the Moore Dry Dock Company....

12/02/42

Clipping on the back, December 9, 1942-- "No one seems to be doing much of anything in this picture of the Moore Dry Dock slab shop, but that's because the cameraman arrived just after the boys...

1942

Handbook. Description: this handbook was given to employees of Yard Two of the Richmond Shipbuilding Corporation in 1942. It is signed by the donor, Cecilia M. Schacherer, Social Security number...

12-Sep-46

Clipping on the back, September 12, 1946-- "Approximately 1200 shipyard workers were turned back by pickets when they reported for work at the Moore Drydock Company here this morning, as striking...

30-Jun-41

Photo shows entrance to the Moore Dry Dock Company with men walking all around and cars parked nearby. Toward the back of the small yard near the entrance is a larger group of men. In the...

19-Aug-39

Handwritten on the back, "L to R John Thormaklen, Phillip Pedulla on hull at Moore Shipyard." Photo shows two men wearing overalls, long-sleeved shirts, gloves, and hard hats standing on the hull...

23-Dec-42

Clipping on the back, December 23, 1942-- "Jim Ford of Lafayette, burner leaderman, is pictured operating the pantograph device with which multiple burning operations are performed at Moore...

7-Jun-42

Clipping on the back, June 7, 1942-- "These Moore Shipyard Navy Division employees dropped their work for a few minutes to attend ceremonies for Hitler-the kind he won't like. His picture, shown...

21-May-41

Handwritten on the back, "Moore Drydock Co." Photo shows a group of men walking past two lines of men being held back by police. The men walking down the middle are being escorted by police as...

21-May-41

Handwritten on the back, "Moore Drydock Co." Photo shows a group of men walking past two lines of men being held back by police. The men walking down the middle are being escorted by police as...

21-May-41

Handwritten on the back, "Moore Drydock Co." Photo shows a group of men walking past two lines of men being held back by police. The men standing on either side are the union members who are...

26-May-41

Clipping from Tribune on the back, May 26, 1941-- "The first group of an estimated 1500 shipyard workers who returned to the Moore Dry Dock plant today is shown here as the men walked through the...

26-May-41

Clipping from Tribune on the back, May 26, 1941-- "Another group of workers was loaded into Navy trucks at the Labor Temple and rode the two miles and a half to Moore's. Here, the convoy is about...

30-Jun-41

Clipping from Tribune on the back, "Striking Bay area machinists ended their costly 51-day stike today and returned to work in 11 Metropolitan Oakland and San Francisco shipyards which hold more...

End of Shift 3:30
Sep-43

Filed in contemporary Lange work print folder, with the following inscription: #28 Richmond Shipyards - Wartime (1943) Written on negative envelope: "Sept `43 End of Shift 3:30 Notice, how...

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