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PRR

This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the Independence Seaport Museum, J. Welles Henderson Archives and Library. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in our reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

Summary Information

Repository:
Independence Seaport Museum, J. Welles Henderson Archives and Library
Creator:
New York Shipbuilding Corporation.
Creator:
Pennsylvania Railroad.
Creator:
Pusey & Jones Corporation.
Creator:
RTC Shipbuilding Co. (Camden, N.J.).
Creator:
William Cramp & Sons Ship and Engine Building Co .
Title:
Pennsylvania Railroad records
Date [inclusive]:
1891-1960
Call Number:
PRR
Extent:
45.33 Linear feet
Language:
English
Abstract:
The Pennsylvania Railroad, which was headquartered in Philadelphia, transported people and goods, and was the largest railroad by traffic and revenue in the United States throughout its 20th century existence. At its peak, it controlled about 10,000 miles of rail line and it was at one time the largest publicly traded corporateion in the world. The Pennsylvania Railroad, also known as "Pennsy," operated from 1846 to 1968, when it merged with New York Central to form Penn Central Railroad. The Pennsylvania Railroad records date from 1891 to 1960 and contain 861 naval architectural designs and plans of the Pennsylvania Railroad?s body of floating equipment, which consisted of steamers, tugboats, ferryboats, carfloats, and barges. The collection also contains designs and plans of cranes and transfer bridges as well as a small number of dock, freight facility, and shipyard maps in the Philadelphia and Camden vicinity.
Cite as:
[Description and date of item], [Box and folder number], Pennsylvania Railroad measured drawings for floating equipment, 1983-1959, Independence Seaport Museum Archives, Philadelphia.
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Biography/History

The Pennsylvania Railroad, which was headquartered in Philadelphia, transported people and goods, and was the largest railroad by traffic and revenue in the United States throughout its 20th century existence. At its peak, it controlled about 10,000 miles of rail line and it was at one time the largest publicly traded corporateion in the world. The Pennsylvania Railroad, also known as "Pennsy," operated from 1846 to 1968, when it merged with New York Central to form Penn Central Railroad. This particular merger followed a long tradition of company mergers in the history of the Pennsylvania Railroad, which built its transcontinental empire on partnerships and mergers with smaller railroad companies across the United States.

In addition to land based railroad lines, the Pennsylvania Railroad maintained a large fleet of "floating equipment," which included barges, ferries, steamboats and tugs. This floating equipment made transport easier and more efficient in harbors and across certain bodies of water than land transport alone enabled.

Scope and Contents

The Pennsylvania Railroad records date from 1891 to 1960 and contain 861 naval architectural designs and plans of the Pennsylvania Railroad?s body of floating equipment, which consisted of steamers, tugboats, ferryboats, carfloats, and barges. The collection also contains designs and plans of cranes and transfer bridges as well as a small number of dock, freight facility, and shipyard maps in the Philadelphia and Camden vicinity. The majority of the collection is arranged according to ?F.E.? (or floating equipment) number, with a small amount of records arranged according to ?S.P.? (or section patrol) craft number. Items 1 through 828 date from 1891 to 1960 and are arranged in ascending numerical order according to F.E. number. Items 829 to 858, all of which are dated 1944, are arranged in ascending numerical order according to S.P. number. Items 859 to 861, all of which are dated 1923, consist of freight terminal facility and shipyard maps and are arranged alphabetically. Users of this collection should note that abbreviations have been spelled out to their most logical full form according to the assumptions of the processing archivists based off of the content of the records, except in cases where there is no obvious full form for the abbreviations.

Plans in this collection document the general arrangement, machinery arrangement, boiler arrangement, framing plans, deck plans, section plans, and lettering layouts of steamers, tugboats, ferryboats, carfloats, and barges. Plans for various elements of boats are also included, documenting the construction and arrangement of engines, gears, condensers, boilers, piping, wiring, smokestacks, propellers, and other various components. Builders with plans represented in the collection include, but are not limited to, RTC Shipbuilding, New York Shipbuilding, Pusey and Jones Corporation, Dravo Corporation, American Bridge Company, Federal Shipbuilding and Drydock Company, Cramp Shipbuilding, Newport News Shipbuilding, and Bethlehem Steel/Harlan Plant. The collection also includes a chart of allotted periods of service for Pennsylvania Railroad floating equipment and a layout of the Pennsylvania Railroad yard in Hoboken. This collection will prove useful for researchers interested in late 19th to mid-20th century naval architecture, technology, and transportation, as well as the planning methodology for these materials. Researchers particularly interested tugboats and ferryboats will find this collection useful, as well as those interested in local manifestations of these topics.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

Independence Seaport Museum, J. Welles Henderson Archives and Library,  2014 May 15

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Evan Peugh and Amanda Mita

Sponsor

The creation of the electronic guide for this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources? ?Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives? Project.

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may apply. Please contact the Archives with requests for copying and for authorization to publish, quote or reproduce the material.

Processing Information note

The processing of this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources? ?Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives? Project.

This collection was minimally processed in 2013-2014, as part of an experimental project conducted under the auspices of the Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries to help eliminate processing backlog in Philadelphia repositories. A minimally processed collection is one processed at a less intensive rate than traditionally thought necessary to make a collection ready for use by researchers. When citing sources from this collection, researchers are advised to defer to folder titles provided in the finding aid rather than those provided on the physical folder.

Employing processing strategies outlined in Mark Greene's and Dennis Meissner's 2005 article "More Product, Less Process: Revamping Traditional Processing Approaches to Deal With Late 20th-Century Collections," the project team tested the limits of minimal processing on collections of all types and ages in 16 Philadelphia area repositories. A primary goal of the project, the team processed at an average rate of 4 hours per linear foot of records, a fraction of the time ordinarily reserved for the arrangement and description of collections. Among other time saving strategies, the project team did not extensively review the content of the collections or complete any preservation work.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

There are other collections of Pennsylvania Railroad records at other nearby respositories: Hagley Museum and Library; Temple University, Urban Archives; and Pennsylvania State Archives.

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Controlled Access Headings

Form/Genre(s)
  • Deck plans
  • Measured drawings
  • Ships plans
Subject(s)
  • Barges
  • Ferries
  • Naval architecture -- Designs and plans
  • Tugboats

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Other Collection Guides

Other collection indexes are available onsite at the Independence Seaport Museum, J. Welles Henderson Archives and Library, enabling searches by vessel name and design firm.

Collection Inventory

Shelf Bin

F.E. 1-3: Tugboat "Overbook," frames for engine, 15 inch x 30 inch x 22 inch, 1893 March 31.

1a 1

F.E. 1-7: Tugboat "Overbook," link motion engine, 15 inch x 30 inch x 22 inch, 1898 July 19.

1a 1

F.E. 1-9: Tugboat "Overbook," reversing gear details, 1893 August 4.

1a 1

F.E. 1-14: Tugboat "Overbook," valve chest engine, 15 inch x 30 inch x 22 inch, 1893 April 17.

1a 1

F.E. 1-16: Tugboat "Overbook," main valve and bush engine, (15 inch x 30 inch) / 22 inch, 1893 June 30.

1a 1

F.E. 1-21: Tugboat "Overbook," reversing gear details, 1893 August 12.

1a 1

F.E. 1-22: Tugboat "Overbook," details of reversing gear, 1893 December 14.

1a 1

F.E. 1-23: Tugboat "Overbook," condenser, 1893 November 24.

1a 1

F.E. 1-24: Tugboat "Overbook," condenser, 1893 December 4.

1a 1

F.E. 1-29: Tugboat "Overbook," condenser details (scattering plate), 1894 June 2.

1a 1

F.E. 1-31: Tugboat "Overbook," location of machinery, 1894 August 14.

1a 2

F.E. 1-45: Tugboat "Overbook," boiler, 1927 May.

1a 2

F.E. 3-2: Twin screw iron tugboat, longitudinal section and plan of hull, 1892 September 19.

1a 2

F.E. 4-2: 93 foot tugboats, "Radnor," stem and deadwood, 1893.

1a 2

F.E. 4-3: 93 foot tugboats, "Radnor," location of beams, 1893 November 9.

1a 2

F.E. 4-7: 93 foot tugboats, "Radnor," coal bunkers and boiler saddles, 1895 November 6.

1a 2

F.E. 4-16: 93 foot tugboats, "Paoli," condenser, 1895 October 10.

1a 2

F.E. 4-18: 93 foot tugboats, sketch of cast steel rudder stock, 1896 March 10.

1a 2

F.E. 5-2: Tugboats, deck plan of new tug boat, 1882 July 25.

1a 2

F.E. 5-18: Tugboats, standard flags and nameboard, 1899 November 6.

1a 2

F.E. 5-21: Tugboats, "Willie Welch," form of hull, 1902 September 11.

1a 2

F.E. 5-22: Tugboats, "Willie Welch," amidship section, 1902 September 15.

1a 2

F.E. 5-34: Tugboats, "Marion," arrangement of boiler, 1905 September 1.

1a 2

F.E. 5-35: Tugboats, "Brinton", 1905.

1a 2

F.E. 5-42: Tugboats, "Media," oil engine equipment tank foundations, 1916 May.

1a 2

F.E. 5-44: Tugboats, "Media," oil engine equipment alteration to main engine foundation, 1916 September.

1a 2

F.E. 6-2: Tugboats, balance engine, 18 inch x 36 inch x 26 inch, 1893 September 19.

1a 2

F.E. 6-7: Tugboats, 15 inch x 30 inch x 22 inch engine, undated.

1a 2

F.E. 6-9: Tugboats, 18 inch x 36 inch x 26 inch tugboat engines, 8 foot-6 inch inch diameter x 12 foot-0 inch pitch propeller hub, 1902 October 23.

1a 2

F.E. 6-14: Tugboats, 28 to 1 righthand worm gear for 3 1/2 inch x 3 1/2 inch steering engine, 1914 November 12.

1a 2

F.E. 6-16: Tugboats, "Media," oil engine equipment, 1915 December.

1a 3

F.E. 6-17: Tugboats, "Media," oil engine equipment, general arrangement, 1916 August.

1a 3

F.E. 6-19: Tugboats, "Media," oil engine equipment, fuel oil tanks, 1916 May.

1a 3

F.E. 6-21: Tugboats, "Media," oil engine equipment stack, 1916 June.

1a 3

F.E. 6-30: Tugboats, "Delaware," in connection with accident on March 27, 1919, 1919.

1a 3

F.E. 7-1: Tugboat "Waverly," lightrage tugboat, amidship section, 1903 March 28.

1a 3

F.E. 7-3: Tugboat "Waverly," lightrage tugboat, arrangement of machinery, 1903.

1a 3

F.E. 7-4: Tugboat "Waverly," form of hull, 1903 September 8.

1a 3

F.E. 9-2: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," midship section, 1890 December 20.

1a 3

F.E. 9-3: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," longitudinal section and deck plan, 1891 February 9.

1a 4

F.E. 9-5: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," inboard elevation, 1891 March.

1a 4

F.E. 9-11: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," location of openings in deck for heater pipes and scuppers, 1891 April 5.

1a 4

F.E. 9-13: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," diagram of ship heeled, undated.

1a 4

F.E. 9-17: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," arrangement of bunks in pilot house, 1895 November 18.

1a 4

F.E. 9-18: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," sketch of dynamometer, 1896 May 5.

1a 4

F.E. 9-19: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," dynamometer, 1896 May 20.

1a 4

F.E. 9-21: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," pilot house, undated.

1a 4

F.E. 9-22: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," plan of cabin and center house, undated.

1a 5

F.E. 9-28: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," alteration of upper cabin, 1898 April 26.

1a 5

F.E. 9-30: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," plan of upper saloon, undated.

1a 5

F.E. 9-32: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," center windows and center stairway, undated.

1a 5

F.E. 9-35: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," stairway looking towards ends of cabin, undated.

1a 5

F.E. 9-36: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," center windows, undated.

1a 5

F.E. 9-38: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," switch board and distributing board, 1908 September 29.

1a 5

F.E. 9-40: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," alteration for vehicular ferry boat, plan and elevations, 1922 August.

1a 5

F.E. 9-41: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," alteration for vehicular ferry boat, amidship section, 1922 August.

1a 5

F.E. 9-42: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," alteration for vehicular ferryboat, outboard bulkhead and waist, 1922 October.

1a 5

F.E. 9-44: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," alteration for vehicular ferryboat, skylight and details, 1922 October.

1a 5

F.E. 9-45: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," alteration for vehicular ferryboat, companion way and hatch, center house bracing and skylight, 1922 November.

1a 5

F.E. 9-46: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," alteration for vehicular ferryboat, details of windows, 1922 November.

1a 5

F.E. 9-47: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," alteration for vehicular ferryboat, deck reinforcement, 1922 December.

1a 5

F.E. 9-49: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," alteration for vehicular ferryboat, details of ladders, and scuppers, 1922 February.

1a 5

F.E. 9-52: Ferryboat "Cincinnati," proposed alterations, sketch number 2, 1922 June.

1a 5

F.E. 11-2: Ferryboat "Washington," transverse section amidship, 1891 June.

1a 6

F.E. 11-4: Ferryboat "Washington," interior of hull, 1891 June.

1a 6

F.E. 11-5: Ferryboat "Washington," engine foundation, 1891 August 6.

1a 6

F.E. 11-6: Ferryboat "Washington," shape of main deck, 1891 August 20.

1a 6

F.E. 11-23: Ferryboat "Washington," plan of vestibule and alcove, upper cabin, undated.

1a 6

F.E. 11-29: Ferryboats "Washington" and "Cincinnati," sketch of fire room space, 1909 September 30.

1a 6

F.E. 11-30: Ferryboat "Washington," location of column pedestal for rope guard, 1921.

1a 6

F.E. 11-31: Ferryboat "Washington," four drive teamways, deck plan and elevation of trusses, 1922 June.

1a 6

F.E. 13-6: Ferryboat "Chicago," sketch showing damage to ferry boat "Chicago" when ran into by steamboat "Alvena", 1895 November 27.

1a 7

F.E. 13-10: Ferryboat "Chicago," alteration to ferryboat "Chicago", undated.

1a 7

F.E. 13-12: Ferryboat "Chicago," sketch showing sections hull and cabins, 1899 October 13.

1a 7

F.E. 13-13: Ferryboat "Chicago," plan and longitudinal section of hull, 1899 October 31.

1a 7

F.E. 13-14: Ferryboat "Chicago," half section amidship, undated.

1a 7

F.E. 14-5: Ferryboat "New Jersey," untitled plan of forward end superstructure, 1896 January 7.

1a 7

F.E. 14-6: Ferryboat "New Jersey," stanchion to support shade deck, 1896 January 20.

1a 7

F.E. 14-14: Ferryboat "New Jersey," shape of main deck, 1896 January 25.

1a 7

F.E. 14-15: Ferryboat "New Jersey," plan of tiling, 1896 November 17.

1a 7

F.E. 14-21: Ferryboat "New Jersey," plan of joiner work, 1895 August 19.

1a 7

F.E. 14-36: Ferryboat "New Jersey," plan of joiner work, 1895 July 23.

1a 8

F.E. 14-37: Ferryboat "New Jersey," plan of joiner work, 1895 July 27.

1a 8

F.E. 16-3: Ferryboats proposed for 23rd Street ferry, midship section, 1896 February 17.

1a 8

F.E. 16-10: Ferryboats proposed for 23rd Street ferry, arrangement of wiring, 1896.

1a 8

F.E. 16-12: Ferryboats proposed for 23rd Street ferry, pilot houses, ferryboat "St. Louis" class, 1897 April 7.

1a 8

F.E. 16-22: Ferryboats proposed for 23rd Street ferry, ferryboats "St. Louis" class, plans of electric lights and switch-board, 1898 November 12.

1a 8

F.E. 16-28: Ferryboats proposed for 23rd Street ferry, 23rd Street ferryboats and train connections, undated.

1a 8

F.E. 16-34: Ferryboats proposed for 23rd Street ferry, plan of joiner work, 1895 December 28.

1a 8

F.E. 16-35: Ferryboats proposed for 23rd Street ferry, plan of joiner work, 1895 December 28.

1a 8

F.E. 16-39: Ferryboats proposed for 23rd Street ferry, plan of joiner work, 1895 December 28.

1a 8

F.E. 16-41: Ferryboats proposed for 23rd Street ferry, details of joiner work about steering column, upper cabin, 1896.

1a 8

F.E. 16-47: Ferryboats proposed for 23rd Street ferry, ferryboat "Pittsburgh," details of quadrant, friction plate, etc., 1905 April 15.

1a 8

F.E. 16-49: Ferryboats proposed for 23rd Street ferry, ferryboat "Pittsburgh," proposed alteration of bow end, arrangement of upper deck and pilot house, 1932 February.

1a 8

F.E. 18-9: Ferryboats "Pittsburg" and "St. Louis," arrangement of pipes, 1897 April 14.

1a 8

F.E. 18-15: Ferryboats "Pittsburg" and "St. Louis," 23rd Street ferry (possibly plan of engine top), 1898 January 21.

1a 8

F.E. 18-21: Ferryboats "Pittsburg" and "St. Louis," H and L pressure main valves, 1898 August 26.

1a 8

F.E. 18-27: Ferryboats "Pittsburg" and "St. Louis," boiler space, 1904 September 19.

1a 8

F.E. 18-32: Ferryboats "Pittsburg" and "St. Louis," fireroom piping for babcock and willcox boilers, 1905 August 14.

1a 8

F.E. 20-2: 23rd Street Ferryboats, plan of joiner work, 1897 March 23.

1a 8

F.E. 20-9: 23rd Street Ferryboats, plan of joiner work, 1897 March 23.

1a 8

F.E. 20-12: 23rd Street Ferryboats, plan of joiner work, 1897 March 23.

1a 9

F.E. 20-15: 23rd Street Ferryboats, plan of joiner work, 1897 March 23.

1a 9

F.E. 21-1: Ferryboat "New Brunswick," "Thornycroft" boiler, 1897 November 17.

1a 9

F.E. 21-3: Ferryboat "New Brunswick," "Thornycroft" boiler, 1897 December 31.

1a 9

F.E. 21-7: Ferryboat "New Brunswick," piping arrangement, 1898 August 3.

1a 9

F.E. 21-13: Ferryboat "New Brunswick," form of boiler tubes, 1905 May 1.

1a 9

F.E. 22-8: Ferryboats, hand steering wheel deck fittings, 1896 June 22.

1a 9

F.E. 22-10: Ferryboats, longitudinal section of screw ferryboat, 1893 December.

1a 9

F.E. 22-12: Ferryboats, sketch of main and upper decks, standard P.R.R. ferryboat, 1895 August 28.

1a 10

F.E. 22-16: Ferryboats, sketch of amidship section, standard P.R.R. ferryboat, 1895 August 27.

1a 10

F.E. 22-17: Ferryboats, ferryboat "New Brunswick," plan of sponson, 1892 July 11.

1a 10

F.E. 22-20: Ferryboats, proposed method of landing on upper deck, 1891 July.

1a 10

F.E. 22-21: Ferryboats, door catch, 1897 November 3.

1a 10

F.E. 22-22: Ferryboats, standard gates on upper deck, 1898 April 20.

1a 10

F.E. 22-25: Ferryboats, interior remodeling, ferryboat "Princeton," plan of cabins showing arrangement or finish, undated.

1a 10

F.E. 22-31: Ferryboats, plan and elevation of joiner work at the end of ferryboat "New Brunswick," "Old", undated.

1a 10

F.E. 22-34: Ferryboats, proposed upper deck landing, 1899 April 7.

1a 10

F.E. 22-36: Ferryboats, shapes of amidship sections of ferryboats "Cincinnati," "Philadelphia," "Chicago," and "Jersey City", 1900 August 29.

1a 10

F.E. 22-42: Ferryboats, amidship sections of ferryboats "Cincinnati," "Philadelphia," "Chicago," and "Jersey City", 1900 August 28.

1a 11

F.E. 22-47: Ferryboats, sketches showing location of bulkheads of ferryboat in North and East Rivers, (1 of 2), undated.

1a 11

F.E. 22-47: Ferryboats, sketches showing arrangement of bulkheads of ferryboat in North and East Rivers, (2 of 2), undated.

1a 11

F.E. 22-50: Ferryboats, four drive teamways, outboard elevation, 1910 July 22.

1a 11

F.E. 22-51: Ferryboats, four drive teamways, truss, and column connections, 1914 February 6.

1a 11

F.E. 22-62: Ferryboats, "Cincinnati" and "Washington," plan and elevation showing location of advertising poster frames, undated.

1a 11

F.E. 22-64: Ferryboats, "Camden," plan and elevation showing location of advertising poster frames plate 4, undated.

1a 11

F.E. 22-69: Ferryboats, proposed stairway to upper deck in end of ferryboat, 1930 April.

1a 11

F.E. 23-4: Ferryboats "Cincinnati" and "Washington," stern bearing, 1893 March 25.

1a 11

F.E. 23-6: Ferryboat "New Jersey," untitled plan of paddle wheel, undated.

1a 11

F.E. 23-10: Ferryboats "Newark," "Chicago," "Philadelphia," "New Brunswick," "Pittsburg," and "St. Louis," ferryboat stacks, sketches taken from work, 1908 August.

1a 11

F.E. 25-4: Ferryboat "Camden," engine room floors, 1895 November 11.

1a 11

F.E. 25-11: Ferryboat "Camden," mould loft table, 1896 August 17.

1a 11

F.E. 25-14: Ferryboat "Camden," arrangement of wiring of switchboard, 1896 September.

1a 11

F.E. 27-2: Ferryboat "Camden," H.P. valve chest, 1895 November 22.

1a 11

F.E. 27-3: Ferryboat "Camden," H.P. and L.P. valves, 1898 May 9.

1a 11

F.E. 27-4: Ferryboat "Camden," location of uptake, 1895 December 7.

1a 11

F.E. 27-5: Ferryboat "Camden," cylinders, cylinder details, and pistons, 1895 December 11.

1a 11

F.E. 27-6: Ferryboat "Camden," propeller wheel, 1895 December 23.

1a 11

F.E. 27-8: Ferryboat "Camden," balance, balance rod, and connecting rod, 1896 March 25.

1a 12

F.E. 27-11: Ferryboat "Camden," engine frames, 1896 May 25.

1a 12

F.E. 27-12: Ferryboat "Camden," shafting and stern bearings, 1896 June 3.

1a 12

F.E. 27-13: Ferryboat "Camden," line of shaft, 1895 November 13.

1a 12

F.E. 27-14: Ferryboat "Camden," alterations to auxiliaries, 1898 December 24.

1a 12

F.E. 27-16: Ferryboat "Camden," changes in L.P. cylinder, 1899 January 24.

1a 12

F.E. 27-17: Ferryboat "Camden," condenser, 1898 December 22.

1a 12

F.E. 27-18: Ferryboat "Camden," B and W boiler piping, 1907 July 10.

1a 12

F.E. 28-7: Camden ferryboats, pilot house lantern, 1896 June 10.

1a 13

F.E. 28-19: Camden ferryboats, mooring eye and rail ends stanchion foot, 1899 January 24.

1a 13

F.E. 28-26: Camden ferryboats, sketch of relief vessel for Camden ferries, 1916 May.

1a 13

F.E. 28-28: Pensylvania System P. and C. ferryboats, plan showing swing of side gates on ferryboats and position of rail at end of ferry bridges, 1922 February.

1a 13

F.E. 30-8: Covered steam lighter, form of hull, 1905 October 18.

1a 13

F.E. 31-3: Tugboats, twin screw iron tugboat, boiler, 1892 November 10.

1a 13

F.E. 31-5: Tugboat "Mercer," boiler, 1893 August 24.

1a 13

F.E. 31-16: Tugboat "Delaware," boiler, 1899 July 20.

1a 13

F.E. 31-17: Tugboat "Delaware," boiler, 1900 July 31.

1a 13

F.E. 31-19: Tugboat "Cornelia," boiler, 1902 March 28.

1a 13

F.E. 31-20: Tugboat "Cornelia," boiler, 1902 December 4.

1a 14

F.E. 31-23: Tugboat "Palmyra," smokestack, 1904 May 13.

1a 14

F.E. 32-8: Camden and Atlantic Railroad, ferryboat "Arasapha", undated.

1a 14

F.E. 32-22: Ferryboats "St. Louis" and "Pitts," sketch showing feed water system, undated.

1a 14

F.E. 32-24: Ferryboats "Pittsburg" and "St. Louis," feed water heater, 1900 July 6.

1a 14

F.E. 32-25: Ferryboat "Jersey City," boiler, 1900 October 16.

1a 14

F.E. 32-28: Ferryboat "Jersey City," boiler breeching, 1901 May 3.

1a 14

F.E. 32-29: Ferryboat "Jersey City," smokestack, 1901 May 9.

1a 14

F.E. 32-31: Ferryboat "Baltimore," smokestack, 1902 May 2.

1a 14

F.E. 33-2: 70 foot steam launches, location of coaling chutes, 1895 April 16.

1a 14

F.E. 33-4: 70 foot steam launches, "Avalon" class, docking plan, 1897 June 26.

1a 14

F.E. 33-5: 70 foot steam launches, "Avalon" class, rudder, 1897 July 16.

1a 14

F.E. 33-7: 70 foot steam launches, general arrangement, float stage landing, 1895 March 2.

1a 14

F.E. 33-9: 70 foot steam launches, "Avalon" class, general arrangement of engines, 1896 December 21.

1a 14

F.E. 33-15: 70 foot steam launches, piping, 1899 December 1.

1a 14

F.E. 35-26: Barge number 5, arrangement of tracks, 1917 August.

1a 14

F.E. 36-33: Barge number 10, plan, elevation, and longitudinal section, 1903 January 14.

1a 14

F.E. 36-49: 256 foot steel car float, general plan, and longitudinal trussing, 1910 February 1.

1a 14

F.E. 36-51: 256 foot steel car float, end construction, 1910 February 1.

1a 14

F.E. 36-52: 256 foot steel car float, fittings, 1910 February 1.

1a 14

F.E. 36-55: 256 foot steel car float, lettering, 1910 May.

1a 14

F.E. 36-58: House barge, amidship section, 1912 February 8.

1a 14

F.E. 36-59: House barge, general plan and longitudinal trussing, 1912 February 8.

1a 14

F.E. 36-60: 246 foot steel car float, general plan and longitudinal trussing, 1913 March.

1a 14

F.E. 36-63: 256 foot steel car float, form of hull, 1913 April 23.

1a 15

F.E. 36-64: Bay barge, plan elevation and longitudinal section, 1913 August.

1a 15

F.E. 36-65: Barge number 18, midship section and bulkheads, 1913 July.

1a 15

F.E. 36-69: Barge number 18, machinery arrangement, 1913 September.

1a 15

F.E. 36-70: Proposed bay barge, showing arrangement of tracks, 1913 July 22.

1a 15

F.E. 36-83: Alterations to platform, float number 621, 1929 May.

1a 15

F.E. 36-86: Bay barge, plan elevation and longitudinal section, 1941 July 25.

1a 15

F.E. 36-101: 32-Car welded steel bay barge, assembly of hull sections, 1942 December 8.

1a 16

F.E. 36-157: 32-Car barge, sketch of machinery, undated.

1a 16

F.E. 38-4: Steamers, 230 foot passenger steamer for NYP and NRR, 1897 May 3.

1a 16

F.E. 38-7: Steamers, partial plan of superstructure deck for untitled steamer, marked Cape Charles, undated.

1a 16

F.E. 38-9: Steamers, Steamer "Pennsylvania," boiler, 1900 June 13.

1a 16

F.E. 38-11: Steamers, Steamer "New York," proposed arrangement of boilers, 1902 January 29.

1a 16

F.E. 38-12: Steamers, Steamer "New York," boiler, 1902 June 7.

1a 16

F.E. 38-15: Steamers, Steamer "New York," boiler breeching, 1902 June 20.

1a 16

F.E. 38-16: Steamers, Tugboats "Norfolk" and "Portsmouth," boiler, 1902 August 1.

1a 16

F.E. 38-17: Steamers, Tugboat "Portsmouth," boiler breeching, 1902 August 4.

1a 17

F.E. 38-18: Steamers, Tugboat "Norfolk," boiler breeching, 1902 August 6.

1a 17

F.E. 38-19: Steamers, Tugboat "Norfolk," boiler breeching, 1902 August 28.

1a 17

F.E. 38-20: Steamers, Tugboat "Portsmouth," boiler breeching, 1902 August 16.

1a 17

F.E. 38-25: Steamers, Tugboat "Norfolk," propeller, 1884 October.

1a 17

F.E. 38-26: Steamers, Tugboat "Cape Charles" class, elevations of engine, 1903 February 25.

1a 17

F.E. 38-29: Steamers, Steamer "New York," propeller and 8 foot-9 inch diameter, 13 foot-6 inch p., 1903 August 24.

1a 17

F.E. 38-30: Steamers, Tugboats "Norfolk" and "Portsmouth," alterations in valves, 1903 September 11.

1a 17

F.E. 38-31: Steamers, Steamer "New York," propeller, 1903 September 23.

1a 17

F.E. 38-32: Steamers, Tugboat "Norfolk," condenser, 1884 October.

1a 17

F.E. 38-33: Steamers, Steamer "Pennsylvania," arrangement of boilers, 1904 March 10.

1a 17

F.E. 38-36: Steamers, Steamer "Pennsylvania," plan and sections through boiler space, 1905 January 12.

1a 17

F.E. 38-37: Steamers, Steamer "Pennsylvania," boiler, 1905 January 13.

1a 17

F.E. 38-39: Steamers, Steamer "Pennsylvania," present arrangement of almy boilers, 1905 March 7.

1a 17

F.E. 38-40: Steamers, Steamer "Pennsylvania," proposed arrangement with scotch boilers, 1905 March 7.

1a 17

F.E. 38-41: Steamers, Steamer "Pennsylvania," proposed arrangement of upper saloon, 1905 March 7.

1a 17

F.E. 38-42: Steamers, Steamer "Pennsylvania," boiler, 1905 September 16.

1a 17

F.E. 38-43: Steamers, Steamer "Pennsylvania," arrangement of boilers, plan and longitudinal section, 1905 September 23.

1a 17

F.E. 38-44: Steamers, Steamer "Pennsylvania," arrangement of boilers, transverse sections, 1905 September 23.

1a 17

F.E. 38-53: Steamers, Steamer "New York," plan of decks, 1910 November 5.

1a 17

F.E. 38-54: Steamers, Steamer "New York," hurricane deck, 1910 November 5.

1a 17

F.E. 38-55: Steamers, Steamer "New York," amidship section, 1910 November 5.

1a 18

F.E. 38-56: Steamers, Tugboat "Pocomoke," fuel oil installation, 1918 August.

1a 18

F.E. 38-60: Steamers, Steamer "Maryland," method of strengthening of decks, 1919 February.

1a 18

F.E. 38-61: Steamers, Tugboat "Norfolk," bed plate, 1884 October.

1a 18

F.E. 38-62: Steamers, Tugboat "Norfolk," condenser and housing, 1919 April.

1a 18

F.E. 38-64: Steamers, Tugboat "Norfolk," ECC.'s and straps, crosshead connecting, ECC., piston rods, 1884 October.

1a 18

F.E. 38-65: Steamers, Tugboat "Norfolk," shafting and stern tube, 1884 October.

1a 18

F.E. 38-66: Steamers, Tugboat "Norfolk," thrust block, 1884 October.

1a 18

F.E. 38-69: Steamers, Tugboat "Norfolk," engine foundation, 1919 April.

1a 19

F.E. 38-71: Steamers, Tugboat "Delmar," uptake, 1920 January.

1a 19

F.E. 38-72: Steamers, Tugboat "Delmar," piping plan for boiler room, 1920 December.

1a 19

F.E. 38-75: Steamers, Steamer "New York," stack, 1922 April.

1a 19

F.E. 38-82: Steamers, Norfolk Division, proposed steamer, 1927 April.

1a 19

F.E. 38-85: Steamers, amidship section, 1927 August.

1a 19

F.E. 38-87: Steamers, steamer "Virginia Lee," arrangement of mail room, 1928.

1a 19

F.E. 38-90: Steamers, steamer "Virginia Lee," list of location of furnishings and fittings, 1928 September 15.

1a 19

F.E. 38-91: Steamers, steamer "Maryland," uptake, steam drum, and connections, 1928.

1a 19

F.E. 38-92: Steamers, steamer "Maryland," smoke stack and details, 1928 November.

1a 20

F.E. 38-94: Steamers, steamer "Maryland," arranged to carry automobile trucks, arrangement of decks, 1928 November 26.

1a 20

F.E. 38-95: Steamers, steamer "Maryland," B. and W. boiler installation, piping plan, 1929 April.

1a 20

F.E. 38-99: Steamers, steamer "Maryland," proposed rearrgangement of decks with dining saloon on lower deck, 1929 April.

1a 20

F.E. 38-109: Steamers, steamers "Maryland" and "Pennsylvania," arrangement of decks for increasing automobile carrying capacity, 1930 November 5.

1a 20

F.E. 38-111: Steamers, transfer steamer for pullman and freight cars, auto, truck, and passengers, deck plan and elevation, 1930 November.

1a 20

F.E. 38-112: Steamers, steamers "Maryland" and "Pennsylvania," arrangement of decks for increasing automobile carrying capacity, 1930 November 29.

1a 20

F.E. 38-123: Steamers, ferry steamer, Cape Charles-Little Creek, 1932 November 15.

1a 20

F.E. 39-4: Number 6 R-H-Circulating pump with 5 x 5 engine, 1893 June 21.

1a 20

F.E. 41-18: Sketch showing suggested method of placing boats at East 125th Street freight station, 1909 January 5.

1a 20

F.E. 41-31: Suggestion for a crane for 125th Street pier, 1913 August 19.

1a 20

F.E. 41-36: Gantry crane, 125th Street, 1915 October.

1a 20

F.E. 41-41: Shape of ferryboat and slip, 1917 June.

1a 20

F.E. 41-42: Method of coaling steamships at piers with provision for coal storage, undated.

1a 20

F.E. 41-44: Suggested inshore freight station for Manhattan Island, undated.

1a 20

F.E. 41-45: Suggested freight station and storage warehouse adjacent to marginal street, undated.

1a 20

F.E. 41-47: Sketch showing arrangement of cranes on the Greenville Pier, undated.

1a 20

F.E. 41-55: Scheme for handling coal, water, and ashes from tugboats, 1919 August.

1a 20

F.E. 41-57: Sketch showing relation of keel of Steamship "Leviathan" and P.R.R. tubes, 1924 May.

1a 21

F.E. 43-3: "Floating Equipment," standard keystone, 1899 July 11.

1a 21

F.E. 43-40: Allotted period of sercie of P.R.R. floating equipment, 1932.

1a 21

F.E. 44-2: Bottom dump scow, 1898 February 3.

1a 21

F.E. 46-1: Ferryboats, ferryboat "Philadelphia," bed plate, 1898 May 9.

1a 21

F.E. 46-2: Ferryboats, ferryboat "St Louis" class, cylinders, 1898 April 15.

1a 21

F.E. 46-6: Ferryboats, ferryboat "St Louis" class, pistons, 1898 May 5.

1b 1

F.E. 46-8: Ferryboats, ferryboat "St Louis" class, reversing engine, 1898 May 31.

1b 1

F.E. 46-9: Ferryboats, ferryboat "St Louis" class, valve gear details, 1898 June 1.

1b 1

F.E. 46-10: Ferryboats, ferryboat "St Louis" class, shaft struts and stern tubes, 1898 June 3.

1b 1

F.E. 46-11: Ferryboats, ferryboat "St Louis" class, piston rod, crossheads, and valve-stems, 1898 June 8.

1b 1

F.E. 46-15: Ferryboats, ferryboat "St Louis" class, eccentrics and straps, 1898 June 20.

1b 1

F.E. 46-16: Ferryboats, ferryboat "St Louis" class, forced draft system, 1898 June 20.

1b 1

F.E. 46-17: Ferryboats, ferryboat "Philadelphia," bed plate, 1898 July 1.

1b 1

F.E. 46-18: Ferryboats, ferryboat "St Louis" class, turning gear, 1899 July 11.

1b 1

F.E. 46-20: Ferryboats, ferryboat "St Louis" class, throttle and passover gear, 1898 July 20.

1b 1

F.E. 46-21: Ferryboats, ferryboat "St Louis" class, main injection pipes, 1898 July 22.

1b 1

F.E. 46-23: Ferryboats, ferryboat "St Louis" class, arrangement of reversing engine, 1898 August 22.

1b 1

F.E. 46-25: Ferryboats, ferryboat "St Louis" class, reversing engine details, 1898 August 24.

1b 2

F.E. 46-27: Ferryboats, ferryboat "St Louis" class, forced draft system, 1898 October 22.

1b 2

F.E. 46-31: Ferryboats, general arrangement of shafting, 1898 April 1.

1b 2

F.E. 46-34: Ferryboats, ferryboat "Philadelphia," sole plate for thrust block, 1898 April 5.

1b 2

F.E. 46-35: Ferryboats, ferryboat "Philadelphia," wrought iron details of indicator and drain gears for 20" x 32" x 32"/24 engines, 1898 November 10.

1b 2

F.E. 46-36: Ferryboats, ferryboat "Philadelphia," position of thrust blocks and steady bearings, 1898 October 3.

1b 2

F.E. 46-45: Ferryboats, ferryboat "St Louis" class, piping plan, 1898 August 2.

1b 2

F.E. 46-50: Ferryboats, ferryboat "Philadelphia," boiler breeching, 1898.

1b 2

F.E. 46-51: Ferryboats, ferryboat "Philadelphia," boiler breeching, 1899.

1b 2

F.E. 46-54: Ferryboats, ferryboat "Philadelphia," forced draft system, 1898 June 21.

1b 2

F.E. 46-56: Ferryboats, ferryboat "Philadelphia," baffle plate for boilers, 1898 July 5.

1b 2

F.E. 46-57: Ferryboats, ferryboat "Philadelphia," zinc baskets, 1898 July 9.

1b 2

F.E. 46-60: Ferryboats, ferryboat "Philadelphia," internal piping for boilers, 1898 August 24.

1b 2

F.E. 46-62: Ferryboats, ferryboat "Philadelphia," arrangement of drums, 1898 September 10.

1b 2

F.E. 46-63: Ferryboats, ferryboat "Philadelphia," sight hole and soot doors, 1898 October 3.

1b 2

F.E. 46-73: Ferryboats, ferryboat "Philadelphia," fireroom piping for two B and W boilers, 1935 August.

1b 3

F.E. 47-1: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," heaters for cabins, 1898 April 5.

1b 3

F.E. 47-2: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," heaters for cabins, 1898 April 5.

1b 3

F.E. 47-3: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," "title destroyed," scantling plan, undated.

1b 3

F.E. 47-4: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," keelson plan and engine foundation, 1898.

1b 3

F.E. 47-5: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," longitudinal truss and coal bunker, 1899.

1b 3

F.E. 47-7: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," bulkheads, 1898 June 20.

1b 3

F.E. 47-8: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," shell expansion, 1898.

1b 3

F.E. 47-9: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," stern tube and hull connections, 1898.

1b 3

F.E. 47-10: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," hull connection for stern tube, 1898 June 27.

1b 3

F.E. 47-11: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," stern post and rudder, 1898 June 17.

1b 3

F.E. 47-12: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," center house and steering column, 1898 July 13.

1b 4

F.E. 47-13: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," auxiliary foundation, 1898.

1b 4

F.E. 47-14: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," steering engine foundation, 1898.

1b 4

F.E. 47-16: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," heaters for cabins, 1899.

1b 4

F.E. 47-17: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," arrangement of steering engine valve rods, 1898.

1b 4

F.E. 47-18: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," steering gear details, 1899.

1b 4

F.E. 47-21: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," midship section, 1898 June 20.

1b 4

F.E. 47-22: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," details of doors and ladders, 1899.

1b 4

F.E. 47-23: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," machinery in hull, 1898.

1b 4

F.E. 47-25: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," fire room grating, 1899 February 2.

1b 4

F.E. 47-26: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," heating and ventilation system for number 298, 1898 October 26.

1b 4

F.E. 47-27: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," mould loft table, 1899.

1b 5

F.E. 47-30: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," plan of joiner work, 1888 May 20.

1b 5

F.E. 47-45: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," sketch showing relocation of aft end of DK house and pilot house, 1931 March 4.

1b 5

F.E. 47-55: Ferryboat "Philadelphia," arrangement and details of W.T. door operating gear, 1938 October 25.

1b 5

F.E. 49-1: Transfer steamer for New York Harbor, 1895 February 20.

1b 5

F.E. 49-3: Unidentified deck plan, undated.

1b 5

F.E. 49-4: Screw steel ferryboat, double steeple engine, 1889 August 6.

1b 5

F.E. 51-1: Steamer "Cape Charles," main engine 19 inch-31 inch and 50 inch x 28 inch, 1898 December 2.

1b 5

F.E. 51-3: Steamer "Cape Charles," mail room, 1898 July 6.

1b 5

F.E. 51-4: Steamer "Cape Charles," deck plans, 1898 April 2.

1b 5

F.E. 52-2: Tugboats, engine 20 inch x 40 inch x 26 inch, 1899 February 24.

1b 5

F.E. 52-3: Tugboats, engine 20 inch x 40 inch x 26 inch, 1899 February 25.

1b 5

F.E. 52-4: Standard 100 foot tugboat, brass nut for propeller, 1898 September 1.

1b 5

F.E. 52-5: Standard 100 foot tugboat, almy boiler, 1898 September 20.

1b 5

F.E. 52-7: Standard 100 foot tugboat, propeller, 1899 October 23.

1b 5

F.E. 52-11: Tugboat "Wilmington" class, condenser, 1900 August 16.

1b 6

F.E. 52-34: Tugboat "Wilmington" class, detail of throttle and reversing gears, 1902 November 21.

1b 6

F.E. 53-2: Standard 100 foot tugboat, 1899 March 29.

1b 6

F.E. 53-6: Standard 100 foot tugboat, general arrangement of machinery, 1899 September 8.

1b 6

F.E. 53-8: General arrangement of hull and machinery, 1899 September 8.

1b 6

F.E. 53-14: Tugboat "Wilmington" class, bullkheads and coal bunkers, 1902 March 18.

1b 6

F.E. 53-15: Tugboat "Wilmington" class, longitudinal section and deck plan, 1902 April 30.

1b 6

F.E. 54-2: Ferryboat "Cape May," proposed for C and P Ferry, 1899 February 2.

1b 6

F.E. 54-4: Ferryboat "Cape May," proposed for C and P Ferry, 1899 March 10.

1b 6

F.E. 54-7: Ferryboat "Cape May," proposed for C and P Ferry, 1899 February.

1b 6

F.E. 54-9: Ferryboat "Cape May," proposed for C and P Ferry, 1899 February 1.

1b 6

F.E. 54-10: Ferryboat "Cape May," proposed boilers, 1899 February 17.

1b 7

F.E. 56-1: Standard 100 foot covered barge, general plan and sections, 1899 April 28.

1b 7

F.E. 56-11: Derrick barges, cargo handling hooks, etc., 1900 January 9.

1b 7

F.E. 56-13: Standard 100 foot covered barge, general plans and sections, 1900 March 12.

1b 7

F.E. 56-15: Standard 115 foot covered barge, general plan and sections, 1904 June 5.

1b 7

F.E. 56-16: Barges, standard lettering, 1904 July 6.

1b 7

F.E. 56-27: "Croyden," "Dover," "Delanco," and "Devon," general plan and lines of a covered barge, 1899 February 21.

1b 7

F.E. 56-30: 1000 ton capacity coal barge, general plans, 1905 November 27.

1b 8

F.E. 56-32: 900 ton capacity coal barge, general plans, 1905 November 29.

1b 8

F.E. 56-34: 800 ton capacity coal barge, general plans, 1905 November 29.

1b 8

F.E. 56-39: 100 foot steam hoisting derrick barge; plan, elevation and longitudinal section, 1906 February 5.

1b 8

F.E. 56-43: 100 foot steam hoisting derrick barges, sketch showing fastening for fenders, rail and chocks, and fender iron and staving, 1906 August 20.

1b 8

F.E. 56-44: 100 foot derrick barge, sketch showing operating levers, 1906 August 3.

1b 8

F.E. 56-49: 150 foot grain barge, amidship section, 1907 February 19.

1b 8

F.E. 56-50: 150 foot grain barge, general plans, 1907 February 25.

1b 8

F.E. 56-52: Steel grain barge, amidship section, 1907 February 28.

1b 8

F.E. 56-53: Steel grain barge, longitudinal section and deck plan, 1907 February 28.

1b 8

F.E. 56-56: 100 foot steam hoisting derrick barge, plan and elevation, 1907 May 10.

1b 8

F.E. 56-57: Coal barges, boat davit and details, 1907 October 9.

1b 8

F.E. 56-64: 100 foot covered barge, general plan, 1912 March 14.

1b 8

F.E. 56-66: Refrigerator barge, 100 foot covered barge, general plans, 1913 January.

1b 8

F.E. 56-71: S.H.D. Barge 222, sketch of rigging, 1913 June.

1b 8

F.E. 56-74: Refrigerator barge, covered barge, grating around stove, 1913 October 8.

1b 8

F.E. 56-83: Pile driver number 602, 1916 June.

1b 8

F.E. 56-84: Pile driver number 602, 1916 June.

1b 9

F.E. 56-85: Pile driver number 602, 1916 June.

1b 9

F.E. 56-86: Work scow, general plan, 1916 December.

1b 9

F.E. 56-88: 100 foot covered barge, general plan, 1925 April.

1b 9

F.E. 56-93: Steel grain barge, general plan, 1922 May.

1b 9

F.E. 56-97: Steel grain barge, general plan, 1925.

1b 9

F.E. 56-98: Mooring scow 740 plan, elevation and section, 1926 May.

1b 9

F.E. 56-100: Mooring scow, boat davits, 1926 September.

1b 10

F.E. 56-102: Lettering, mooring scow 740, 1926 October 16.

1b 10

F.E. 56-103: 100 foot covered barge, general plan, 1927 June.

1b 10

F.E. 56-104: Refrigerator type 100 foot covered barge, general plan, 1927 December.

1b 10

F.E. 56-105: Refrigerator type 100 foot covered barge, midship section, 1927 December.

1b 10

F.E. 56-106: 100 foot D and R work scow [in two parts], general plan, 1928 February 17.

1b 10

F.E. 56-110: Steel coal barge, 1200 tons capacity (electric welded), 1934 June.

1b 10

F.E. 56-111: Steel coal barge, 1200 tons capacity, 1934 November 14.

1b 10

F.E. 56-111A: Steel coal barge, 1200 tons capacity, 1934 November 14.

1b 10

F.E. 56-113: Steel deck barge, 80 foot x 30 foot x 9 foot, general arrangement and section, 1936 November 8.

1b 10

F.E. 56-116: Steel deck barge, lettering, 1937 April 8.

1b 10

F.E. 56-117: Steel deck barge, electric welded, 80 foot x 30 foot x 9 foot, general arrangement and section, 1937 September 30.

1b 11

F.E. 56-120: 80 foot covered barge, electric welded steel hull, general arrangement and section, 1939 November 11.

1b 11

F.E. 57-1: Plan of Hoboken shops, foot of 10th Street, 1899 June 24.

1b 11

F.E. 57-2: Arrangement of piers and buildings for new shop, foot of 10th Street, 1899 January 21.

1b 11

F.E. 57-5: 10th Street shops, Hoboken, 2nd floor plan of store room, 1899 June 1.

1b 11

F.E. 58-1: Car float for NYNH and HRR, plan B, 1896 March 17.

1b 11

F.E. 58-2: Car float for NYNH and HRR, plan C, 1896 March 17.

1b 11

F.E. 58-4: Car float for NYNH and HRR, plan D, 1896 March 17.

1b 11

F.E. 58-5: Car float for NYNH and HRR, plan E, 1896 March 17.

1b 11

F.E. 58-21: Combination car float and barge for Ohio River transportation, 1930 June.

1b 11

F.E. 61-1: Ferryboat "Chicago," amidship section, 1900 January 26.

1b 11

F.E. 61-2: Ferryboat "Chicago," plan of decks, 1900 January 29.

1b 11

F.E. 61-4: Ferryboat "Chicago," arrangement of machinery, 1900 February 3.

1b 11

F.E. 61-5: Ferryboat "Chicago," sections showing machinery, 1900 February 9.

1b 11

F.E. 61-6: Ferryboat "Chicago," plan of lower cabins, 1900 February.

1b 11

F.E. 61-10: Ferryboat "Chicago," detail of stairways, 1900 March.

1b 12

F.E. 61-13: Ferryboat "Chicago," detail of stairways, 1900 March.

1b 12

F.E. 61-17: Ferryboat "Chicago," plans of electric lights and wiring, 1900 December 19.

1b 12

F.E. 61-20: Ferryboat "Chicago," switchboard, 1901 August 13.

1b 12

F.E. 62-8: Steam launch, "Ocean City," piping plan, 1900 June 7.

1b 12

F.E. 62-20: Steam launch, "Wildwood," plan and longitudinal section, 1904 December 30.

1b 12

F.E. 62-27: Steam launch, machinery foundations, 1905 April 17.

1b 12

F.E. 62-28: Steam launch, "Wildwood," piping plan, 1905 May 8.

1b 12

F.E. 63-16: Ferryboat "Chicago," boiler barrels and details, 1903 October 13.

1b 12

F.E. 63-24: Ferryboat "Chicago," piping arrangement sheet 1, 1903 November 25.

1b 12

F.E. 63-28: Ferryboat "Chicago," piping arrangement sheet 2, 1908 July 2.

1b 12

F.E. 63-35: Ferryboats "Chicago" and "Newark," fireroom piping for 2 B and W boilers, 1936 December.

1b 12

F.E. 64-1: 60 foot tugboat, proposed plan, elevation, and section, 1900 September 27.

1b 13

F.E. 64-3: Tugboat "West Jersey," amidship section, 1901 February 14.

1b 13

F.E. 64-5: Tugboat "West Jersey," machinery foundation, 1901 February 20.

1b 13

F.E. 64-7: Tugboat "West Jersey," piping plan, 1901 April 2.

1b 13

F.E. 64-8: Tugboat "West Jersey," rudder and deck fittings, 1900 February 23.

1b 13

F.E. 64-13: Tugboat "West Jersey," sketch showing steering arrangement, 1901 April 8.

1b 13

F.E. 64-14: Tugboat "West Jersey," stack, 1901 April 11.

1b 13

F.E. 64-15: Tugboat "West Jersey," outboard elevation, 1901 April 17.

1b 13

F.E. 64-23: Tugboat "West Jersey," thrust bearing, 1901 January 30.

1b 13

F.E. 65-3: Ferryboat "Jersey City," outboard elevation, 1900 December 12.

1b 13

F.E. 65-10: Ferryboat "Jersey City," detail of joiner work, 1901 March.

1b 13

F.E. 65-18: Ferryboat "Jersey City," position of pilot house, 1901 October 15.

1b 13

F.E. 66-1: Plan of decks, 1901 May 16.

1b 14

F.E. 66-6: Ferryboat "Newark," details of quadrant, friction plate, etc., 1901 August 2.

1b 14

F.E. 67-3: Ferryboat "Baltimore," plan of lower deck, 1901 May.

1b 14

F.E. 67-8: Ferryboat "Baltimore," plan of decks, 1901 June 26.

1b 14

F.E. 67-12: Ferryboat "Baltimore," plan of lower deck, 1901 July.

1b 14

F.E. 67-22: Ferryboat "Baltimore," plan of decks, 1902 February 14.

1b 14

F.E. 67-23: Ferryboat "Baltimore," amidship section, 1902 February 14.

1b 14

F.E. 67-25: Ferryboat "Baltimore," position of pilot house, 1902 April 2.

1b 14

F.E. 67-29: Ferryboat "Baltimore," arrangement of steering gear, 1902 April 28.

1b 14

F.E. 67-30: Ferryboat "Baltimore," plan of electric lights and wiring, 1902 April 30.

1b 14

F.E. 67-32: Ferryboat "Baltimore," plan of piping, 1902 April 28.

1b 14

F.E. 68-5: Tugboat "Lancaster," position of machinery, 1901 October 16.

1b 14

F.E. 68-9: Tugboat "Lancaster," arrangement of steering gear, 1902 Spetember 25.

1b 14

F.E. 68-22: "Lancaster" class tugboat, plan of engine, 1902 May 14.

1b 14

F.E. 68-33: Tugboat "Lancaster," reversing engine and details, 1902 November 12.

1b 14

F.E. 68-38: Tugboat "Lancaster," arrangement of ventilators, 1902 December 23.

1b 15

F.E. 68-40: Tugboat "Lancaster," outside fittings, 1903 June 30.

1b 15

F.E. 68-45: Tugboat "Lancaster," plating plan, 1903 July 25.

1b 15

F.E. 68-49: Tugboat "Lancaster," arrangment of handling, drain, and indicator gear, 1903 April 30.

1b 15

F.E. 68-53: "Lancaster" class tugboat, piping plan, 1904 September 8.

1b 15

F.E. 68-55: Tugboats numbers 7 and 9, rudder bearing, quadrant and details, 1906 June 15.

1b 15

F.E. 68-57: "Lancaster" class tugboat, docking plan, 1911 July.

1b 15

F.E. 69-1: P. and C. Ferry Co., proposed 1902 ferryboat decks, 1902 January 28.

1b 15

F.E. 69-13: P. and C. Ferry Co., proposed 1902 ferryboat, plan of lower decks, 1902 March 1.

1b 15

F.E. 69-14: P. and C. Ferry Co., proposed 1902 ferryboat, general arrangement of machinery, 1902 April 3.

1b 15

F.E. 70-1: C. and P. Ferry, proposed 1902 ferryboat, plan of engine, 1901 December 4.

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F.E. 70-2: C. and P. Ferry, proposed 1902 ferryboat, elevation of engine, 1901 December 4.

1b 16

F.E. 71-1: Transfer bridge, diagrams showing position of bridge and apron for safe loading at different tide levels, 1902.

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F.E. 71-2: Transfer bridge, diagrams showing position of bridge and apron for safe loading at different tide levels, 1902.

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F.E. 71-3: Transfer bridge, general arrangement of lifting gear, 1902 December 27.

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F.E. 71-5: Transfer bridge, diagrams showing maximum load on supports, 1902 December 27.

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F.E. 71-12: Transfer bridge, lifting gear, 1903 April 14.

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F.E. 71-20: Transfer bridge, general plan, 1903 June 30.

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F.E. 71-21: Transfer bridge, longitudinal and transverse sections, 1903 June 30.

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F.E. 71-27: Transfer bridge, plan locating bearing and fasteners, 1903 July 24.

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F.E. 71-33: Transfer bridge, apron hoisting engine, 1904 February 24.

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F.E. 71-36: Transfer bridge, perspective view, 1904 April 12.

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F.E. 71-39: Transfer bridge, arrangement of motors and lifting gear, 1904 June 11.

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F.E. 71-41: Transfer bridge, arrangement of mooring devices, 1904 August 15.

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F.E. 71-49: Transfer bridge, range lights, 1904 December 7.

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F.E. 71-58: Transfer bridge, sketch illustrating operation of "Greenville" float bridges, 1905 June 28.

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F.E. 71-66: Transfer bridge number 2 1/2, apron hoisting engine, 1906 August 6.

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F.E. 71-68: Transfer bridge number 2 1/2, general plan, 1906 August 1.

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F.E. 71-80: Transfer bridge number 10, sheaves, bearings, and shafts, 1924 November.

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F.E. 71-90: Transfer bridge number 10, apron hoisting engine foundation and c. bal. guides, 1924 November.

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F.E. 75-1: Tugboat "Cape Charles" class, bed plate housings and columns, 1903 March 10.

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F.E. 75-2: Tugboat "Cape Charles" class, details of stern tube and arrangement of shafting, 1903 March 10.

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F.E. 75-3: Tugboat "Cape Charles" class, cylinders, 1903 March 18.

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F.E. 75-4: Tugboat "Cape Charles" class, propeller, 1903 March 25.

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F.E. 75-7: Tugboat "Cape Charles" class, boiler, undated.

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F.E. 75-8: Tugboat "Cape Charles" class, mould loft table, 1903 March 10.

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F.E. 76-7: Ferryboat "Newark," stack, 1903 July.

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F.E. 78-2: Tugboat "Overbrook" class, plans and elevation, 1903 April 20.

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F.E. 78-3: Tugboat "Overbrook" class, arrangement of machinery, 1903.

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F.E. 78-4: Tugboat "P.R.R. number 32," form of hull, 1903 September 19.

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F.E. 79-1: Tugboat "Crisfield," arrangement of engine, 14 1/2 inch x 23 1/2 inch x 39 inch / 28 inch, 1904 January 7.

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F.E. 79-10: Tugboat "Crisfield," 9 foot 6 inch diameter 12 foot pitch propeller, 1904 April 8.

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F.E. 79-13: Tugboat "Cape Charles" class, boiler, 1903 February.

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F.E. 79-16: Tugboat "Crisfield," boiler, 1921 April.

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F.E. 79-18: Tugboat "Crisfield," piping plan boiler room, 1921.

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F.E. 79-20: Tugboat "Crisfield," scantling plan, 1921 June.

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F.E. 79-21: Tugboat "Crisfield," scantlings, 1921 June.

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F.E. 80-1: Car floats, standard 250 foot car float, truss angle block and washer, 1899 April 20.

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F.E. 80-3: Car floats, details of standard spring bumping post, 1899 October 21.

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F.E. 80-4: Car floats, standard 250 foot car float, spring of beam, 1899 October 24.

1b 19

F.E. 80-47: Car floats, 250 foot steel car float, general plan and longitudinal truss, 1909 December 16.

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F.E. 80-48: Car floats, 250 foot steel car float, amidship section, 1909 December 16.

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F.E. 80-49: Car floats, 250 foot steel car float, deck plan-toggle end, 1909 December 16.

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F.E. 80-52: Car floats, 145 foot steel car float, amidship section, 1909 December 24.

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F.E. 80-56: Car floats, 250 foot steel car float, shell expansion, 1911.

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F.E. 80-57: Car floats, 250 foot steel car float, deck, undated.

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F.E. 80-58: Car floats, 250 foot steel car float, frames and bulkheads, undated.

1b 19

F.E. 80-59: Car floats, 250 foot steel car float, trusses and side stringer, undated.

1b 19

F.E. 80-61: Car floats, 250 foot steel car float, platform, undated.

1b 19

F.E. 80-62: Car floats, 250 foot steel car float, framing diagram, undated.

1b 19

F.E. 80-64: Car floats, 250 foot steel car float, general plan, 1912 May 22.

1b 19

F.E. 80-65: Car floats, 250 foot steel car float, midship section, 1927 November.

1b 19

F.E. 80-66: Car floats, 250 foot steel car float, longitudinal trusses, 1912 May 22.

1b 19

F.E. 80-68: Car floats, 250 foot steel car float, platform, 1912 May 22.

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F.E. 80-75: Car floats, 250 foot steel car float, general plan, 1913 May.

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F.E. 80-76: Car floats, 250 foot steel car float, amidship section, 1913 May.

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F.E. 80-79: Car floats, 250 foot car float, end construction, 1913 August.

1b 20

F.E. 80-81: Car floats, plan showing relation bet.' rail, platform and roof, 1914 July.

1b 20

F.E. 80-82: Car floats, 250 foot car float, amidship section, 1914 September.

1b 20

F.E. 80-88: Car floats, 185 foot car float, end construction, 1916 January.

1b 20

F.E. 80-89: Car floats, 185 foot car float, plan and elevation of end, 1916 January.

1b 20

F.E. 80-97: Car floats, 330 foot steel car float, general plan, 1925 April.

1b 20

F.E. 80-103: Car floats, 330 foot steel car float, docking plan, 1926 February.

1b 20

F.E. 80-106: Car floats, 185 foot steel car float, amidship section, 1927 April.

1b 20

F.E. 80-107: Car floats, 185 foot steel car float, general plan, 1927 April.

1b 20

F.E. 80-123: Car floats, 250 foot steel car float, general plan, 1937 April.

1b 20

F.E. 80-126: Car floats, 330 foot car float, instructions for loading 600000# engine, 1938 July 21.

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F.E. 80-132: Car floats, 330 foot steel car float, general plan, 1939 September 15.

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F.E. 80-133: Car floats, 330 foot steel car float, midship section, 1939 September 15.

1b 20

F.E. 80-138: Car floats, 330 foot welded steel platform car float, plan of elevation and section, 1945 July 18.

1b 20

F.E. 86-10: Platform arrangement and details, 1952.

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F.E. 87-3: Decked cargo lighters, operations of hatch cover, 1941.

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F.E. 87-4: Decked cargo lighters, asbestocite and nailers, 1941.

1b 20

F.E. 87-8: Decked caro lighters, rage transverse trusses, 1941.

1b 20

F.E. 89.21.41: 23rd Street Ferry, hull 289, photocopy, 1929.

1b 21

F.E. 100-1: 110 foot diesel-electric drive tugboat, outboard profile and arrangement of decks, 1953 July 28.

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F.E. 100-2: 110 foot diesel-electric drive tugboat, amidship section, 1953 August 19.

1b 21

F.E. 104-1: 105 foot diesel-electric tugboat, outboard profile and arrangement of decks, 1954 October 1.

1b 21

F.E. 104-2: 105 foot diesel-electric tugboat, amidship section, 1954 October 1.

1b 21

F.E. 106-1: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, machinery arrangement, 1954.

1b 21

F.E. 106-3: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, ventilation system, 1954 April 2.

1b 21

F.E. 106-4: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, steering leads and stands foundation details, 1954 May 6.

1b 21

F.E. 106-5: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, bilge and fire system, 1954 May 17.

1b 21

F.E. 106-7: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, machinery cooling system, 1954 April 22.

2a 1

F.E. 106-8: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, lube oil system, 1954 June 1.

2a 1

F.E. 106-10: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, hot and cold fresh water system, 1954 July 22.

2a 1

F.E. 106-11: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, compressed air system, 1954 July 7.

2a 1

F.E. 106-12: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, exhaust and smoke pipe system, 1954 May 3.

2a 1

F.E. 106-13: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, electric wiring diagram, 1954 May 27.

2a 1

F.E. 106-14: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, main distribution switchboard, 1954 June 14.

2a 1

F.E. 106-15: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, engine room signals and voice tube, 1954 September 17.

2a 1

F.E. 107-2: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, displ and other curves, 1954 June 1.

2a 2

F.E. 107-3: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, bonjeans curves of half-areas, 1954 June 4.

2a 2

F.E. 107-4: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, tonnage offsets, 1954 September 17.

2a 2

F.E. 107-9: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, outboard profile, 1954 March 11.

2a 2

F.E. 107-12: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, propeller shaft, rudder arrangement, and details, 1954 February 2.

2a 2

F.E. 107-13: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, section on centerline, hull bulkheads and flats, 1954 January 19.

2a 2

F.E. 107-14: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, framing and engine girder plan, 1954 January 13.

2a 2

F.E. 107-19: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull number 227, main deck house, fidley and stack details, 1954 February 24.

2a 2

F.E. 107-20: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, pilot house and captain's cabin details, 1954 March 22.

2a 2

F.E. 107-24: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, ladders and handrails, arrangement and details, 1953 March 23.

2a 2

F.E. 107-27: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, boat stowage and handling, 1954 July 20.

2a 3

F.E. 107-28: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, stack insignia and guys, 1954 August 30.

2a 3

F.E. 107-32: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, light mast and light brackets, 1954 April 7.

2a 3

F.E. 107-33: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, sanitary and weather deck drains, 1954 August 18.

2a 3

F.E. 107-35: 110 foot diesel-electric tugboat, hull numbers 227-228, painting schedule, 1954 June 28.

2a 3

F.E. 110-6: Tugboats "Cleveland" and "Buffalo," drains, floor, sanitary fixtures, house top, and P.H. window drains, 1955.

2a 3

F.E. 110-8: Tugboats "Cleveland" and "Buffalo," lighting system, 1955.

2a 3

F.E. 110-10: Tugboats "Cleveland" and "Buffalo," machinery arrangement plan, 1955.

2a 3

F.E. 110-11: Tugboats "Cleveland" and "Buffalo," machinery arrangement sections, 1955.

2a 3

F.E. 110-12: Tugboats "Cleveland" and "Buffalo," diesel fuel system, 1955.

2a 3

F.E. 111-2: Tugboats "Cleveland" and "Buffalo," outboard profile and deck arrangements, 1955 August 17.

2a 4

F.E. 111-9: Tugboats "Cleveland" and "Buffalo," tonnage sections, 1955 September 27.

2a 4

F.E. 111-13: Tugboats "Cleveland" and "Buffalo," rudder, rudder carrier, and quadrant, 1955 April 22.

2a 4

F.E. 111-21: Tugboats "Cleveland" and "Buffalo," main deck house, 1955 April 20.

2a 4

F.E. 111-23: Tugboats "Cleveland" and "Buffalo," painting schedule, 1955 October 29.

2a 4

F.E. 111-33: Tugboats "Cleveland" and "Buffalo," rope box, 1955 August 12.

2a 4

F.E. 111-35: Tugboats "Cleveland" and "Buffalo," deck covering, 1955 July 11.

2a 4

F.E. 114-3: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, steering arrangement and details, 1959.

2a 4

F.E. 114-6: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, hull section frames 5-21, deck plan, bottom plan, and side elevation, 1959.

2a 5

F.E. 114-12 : 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, stern sections frames 43-49, 1959.

2a 5

F.E. 114-14: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, sterm section transom. to fame 42, 1959.

2a 5

F.E. 114-14A: 1200 horsepower single screw tug, drawing index, 1959.

2a 4

F.E. 114-15: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, main deck plan, frames 42-21, 1959.

2a 5

F.E. 114-20: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, upper deck bulwark and ladders, 1959 April.

2a 5

F.E. 114-21: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, stack, 1959.

2a 5

F.E. 114-24: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, upper deck, 1959.

2a 5

F.E. 114-27: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, pilot house, 1959.

2a 5

F.E. 114-28: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, pilot house sections, 1959.

2a 5

F.E. 114-34: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, life boat handling, 1959.

2a 6

F.E. 114-35: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, life boat handling and davit details, 1959.

2a 6

F.E. 114-36: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, painting diagram, 1959.

2a 6

F.E. 114-37: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, deck covering for main deck and pilot house, 1959.

2a 6

F.E. 114-40: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, sheathing, insulation, and joiner arrangment details, 1959.

2a 6

F.E. 114-44: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, miscellaneous foundations, 1959.

2a 6

F.E. 114-46: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, general arrangement of main deck, 1959.

2a 6

F.E. 114-47: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, machinery platform in engine room, 1959.

2a 6

F.E. 114-49: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, general arrangement, 1959.

2a 7

F.E. 114-53: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, handrailing and hose support, 1959.

2a 7

F.E. 114-54: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, handrailing, 1959.

2a 7

F.E. 114-58: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, docking plan, 1959.

2a 7

F.E. 114-62: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, bonjean curves, 1960.

2a 7

F.E. 114-91: 1200 horsepower single screw tugboat, towing rig for delivery down river, 1959.

2a 7

F.E. 116-1: 1200 horsepower single screw diesel tugboat, machinery arrangement sections, 1959.

2a 8

F.E. 116-5: 1200 horsepower single screw diesel tugboat, power layout, hold, 1959.

2a 8

F.E. 116-6: 1200 horsepower single screw diesel tugboat, power layout for main deck and pilot house, 1959.

2a 8

F.E. 116-7: 1200 horsepower single screw diesel tugboat, lightning layout for hold, main deck, upper deck, and pilot house, 1959.

2a 8

F.E. 116-14: 1200 horsepower single screw diesel tugboat, engine room signals and voice tube, 1959.

2a 8

F.E. 116-16: 1200 horsepower single screw diesel tugboat, raw water piping, 1959.

2a 8

F.E. 116-18: 1200 horsepower single screw diesel tugboat, jacket water piping, 1959.

2a 8

F.E. 116-20: 1200 horsepower single screw diesel tugboat, flow diagram for bilge, deck wash, compartment vent, and vent piping, 1959 July 20.

2a 8

F.E. 116-21: 1200 horsepower single screw diesel tugboat, bilge and deck wash piping including compartment vents, 1959.

2a 8

F.E. 116-22: 1200 horsepower single screw diesel tugboat, soil piping and drains, 1959.

2a 8

F.E. 116-24: 1200 horsepower single screw diesel tugboat, steam heating piping, 1959.

2a 9

F.E. 116-26: 1200 horsepower single screw diesel tugboat, lube oil piping, 1959.

2a 9

F.E. 116-28: 1200 horsepower single screw diesel tugboat, exhaust piping, 1959.

2a 9

F.E. 116-30: 1200 horsepower single screw diesel tugboat, compressed air piping, 1959.

2a 9

F.E. 116-34: 1200 horsepower single screw diesel tugboat, miscellaneous valve operating rods, 1959.

2a 9

F.E. 304-23: 10 ton derrick barge, piping, 1912-1913.

2a 9

F.E. 307-1: Covered barges 408.409.410, 80 foot x 30 foot x 9 foot 3 inches, general arrangement, outboard profile, and longitudinal section, 1940.

2a 9

F.E. 309-1: 418 foot 4 track welded steel bay barge, lines and offsets, 1948 February 13.

2a 10

F.E. 309-3: 32 car welded steel bay barge, general arrangement and profile, 1948 May 21.

2a 10

F.E. 309-4: 32 car welded steel bay barge, arrangement of bridge, 1948 May 4.

2a 10

F.E. 309-9: 418 foot 4 track welded steel bay barge, shell plating and side stringers, 1948 April 26.

2a 10

F.E. 309-13: 418 foot 4 track welded steel bay barge, coal bunker bulkheads, frs 8 to 15 windlass end, 1948 April 30.

2a 10

F.E. 309-15: 418 foot 4 track welded steel bay barge, trusses numbers 1 and 2, 1948 April 29.

2a 10

F.E. 309-16: 418 foot 4 track welded steel bay barge, truss number 3 and brackets at end, 1948 May 10.

2a 10

F.E. 309-20: 418 foot 4 track welded steel bay barge, deck house bridge, 1948 May 12.

2a 10

F.E. 309-21: 32 car welded steel bay barge, flag and signal light poles, details, 1948 March 18.

2a 11

F.E. 309-22: 32 car welded steel bay barge, bridge deck details, 1948 March 30.

2a 11

F.E. 309-25: 32 car welded steel bay barge, lettering and name board, 1948 May 21.

2a 11

F.E. 309-26: 32 car welded steel bay barge, joiner details, 1948 May 5.

2a 11

F.E. 309-30: 418 foot 4 track welded steel bay barge, general arrangement of track layout and rail chairs, 1948 June 1.

2a 11

F.E. 309-31: 32 car welded steel bay barge, galley coal box vegetable locker, and lamp locker, 1948 March 18.

2a 11

F.E. 309-36: 32 car welded steel bay barge, boat stowage arrangement and details, 1948 April 19.

2a 11

F.E. 309-40: 418 foot 4-track welded steel bay barge, arrangement of piping for bridge, 1948 June 7.

2a 11

F.E. 309-44: 418 foot 4-track welded steel bay barge, 8 inch sea chest for fire and bilge pump suction, 1948 June 2.

2a 12

F.E. 309-45: 418 foot 4-track welded steel bay barge, details of overboard discharge sea chests, 1948 June 2.

2a 12

F.E. 309-48: 418 foot 4-track welded steel bay barge, arrangement of machinery in fire and tank rooms, 1948 March 12.

2a 12

F.E. 309-49: 418 foot 4-track welded steel bay barge, arrangement and details of floor plates in fire and tank rooms, 1948 June 18.

2a 12

F.E. 309-54: 418 foot 4-track welded steel bay barge, arrangement and details of smoke stack for boiler, 1948 June 8.

2a 12

F.E. 309-55: 418 foot 4-track welded steel bay barge, diagrammatic arrangement of piping in fire and tank rooms, 1948 March 22.

2a 12

F.E. 309-56: 418 foot 4-track welded steel bay barge, arrangement of steam, exhaust, and water piping, below deck, 1948 June 2.

2a 12

F.E. 309-57: 418 foot 4-track welded steel bay barge, supplementary 4 inch exhaust steam overboard sea chest, 1948 December 28.

2a 12

F.E. 309-59: 418 foot 4-track welded steel bay barge, details of steering gear, below deck, 1948 August 27.

2a 13

F.E. 309-62: 418 foot 4-track welded steel bay barge, brackets and supports for steering gear, below deck, 1948 September 24.

2a 13

F.E. 309-63: 418 foot 4-track welded steel bay barge, lighting system deck plan, 1948 May 24.

2a 13

F.E. 309-64: 418 foot 4-track welded steel bay barge, navigation lighting switch on steering stand, 1948 September 14.

2a 13

F.E. 330-46: The William Cramp and Sons and E.B. Company, draughting office, construction department, deck plating, 1926 April 12.

2a 13

F.E. 330-61: Federal Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, hull department, expansion of shell plating, 1927 May 14.

2a 13

F.E. 330-62: Federal Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, hull department, deck plating, 1927 May 16.

2a 13

F.E. 330-69: American Brown Boveri Electric Corporation, hull structural department, shell plating, 1928 April 25.

2a 13

F.E. 330-98: The Maryland Dry Dock Company, hull department, car floats, longitudinal trusses for hulls 121, 122, and 123, 1936 November 21.

2a 14

F.E. 330-111: Car float hulls 121-125, lettering, 1937 April 2.

2a 14

F.E. 330-121: 250 foot 2-track welded steel car float; centerline, wing, and intermediate trusses, 1948.

2a 14

F.E. 330-128: 250 foot 2-track welded steel car float; lettering, owner's name and float number, 1948 May 14.

2a 14

F.E. 331-19: The Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, airports and fixed lights, list, pipe rails, ladders, and scuppers arrangement, 1925 July 8.

2a 14

F.E. 331-26: The Pusey and Jones Corporation, two tugboat hulls, midship section, 1928 May 28.

2a 14

F.E. 331-31: The Pusey and Jones Corporation, two tugboat hulls, shell expansion and details, 1928 April 30.

2a 14

F.E. 331-38: The Pusey and Jones Corporation, two tugboat hulls, main deck plating, 1928 May 21.

2a 14

F.E. 332-49: 330 foot 3-track welded steel carfloat, general arrangement of track layout and rail chairs, 1948 March 12.

2a 15

F.E. 332-53: 330 foot 3-track welded steel carfloat; lettering, owner's name and float number, 1948 May 14.

2a 15

F.E. 336-9: American Brown Boveri Electric Corporation, hull structural department, platform, 1927 June 7.

2a 15

F.E. 340-7: Greenville terminal, proposed location of 16 foot lifeboat on crib bulkhead, 1905 March 4.

2a 15

F.E. 340-10: Greenville terminal, lighterage pier, pole line details, 1905 March 14.

2a 15

F.E. 340-12: Greenville power plant, plan of general arrangement and piping, 1905 April 3.

2a 15

F.E. 340-13: Greenville power plant, sections of general arrangement of piping, 1905 April 3.

2a 15

F.E. 340-21: Greenville property South East corner, suggested loading station for sound steamers, 1908 November 18.

2b 1

F.E. 340-23: Greenville gantry crane, arrangement of operating gear, 1915 December 29.

2b 1

F.E. 340-24: Greenville gantry crane, arrangement of operating gear, 1915 December 29.

2b 1

F.E. 342-28: P and C Ferryboats "Bridgeton" and "Salem," machinery arrangement, 1913 February.

2b 1

F.E. 342-28: P and C Ferryboats "Bridgeton" and "Salem," machinery arrangement, negative, 1913 February.

2b 1

F.E. 342-32: P and C Ferryboats, teamway guard rope, 1913 June.

2b 1

F.E. 342-42: P and C Ferryboats, handling gear arrangement, 1914.

2b 1

F.E. 342-45: P and C Ferryboats, boiler, 1914 September.

2b 1

F.E. 342-56: P and C Ferryboats, arrangement of upper deck, 1919 December.

2b 1

F.E. 342-60: P and C Ferryboats, flags and lettering, 1922 April.

2b 1

F.E. 342-60: P and C Ferryboats, flags and lettering, portion of original, 1922 April.

2b 1

F.E. 342-60: P and C Ferryboats, flags and lettering, portion of original, 1922 April.

2b 1

F.E. 344-3: Floating grain elevator, main deck and floor plan, 1907.

2b 2

F.E. 344-4: Floating grain elevator, plan and sections of hull showing construction, 1907.

2b 2

F.E. 344-5: Floating grain elevator, arrangement of machinery, 1907 July.

2b 2

F.E. 344-6: Floating grain elevator, steel framing, 1907 July 1.

2b 2

F.E. 344-7: Floating grain elevator, steel framing, 1907 November 8.

2b 2

F.E. 344-10: Floating grain elevator "Philadelphia," boiler, 1908 December 5.

2b 2

F.E. 344-14: Floating grain elevator, midship section and plan of decks, 1929 July.

2b 2

F.E. 355-1: 70 foot Tugboat "P.R.R. number 33," plan, elevation, and section, 1906 May 16.

2b 2

F.E. 355-4: 70 foot Tugboat "P.R.R. number 33," amidship section, 1906 July 3121.

2b 2

F.E. 355-5: 70 foot Tugboat "P.R.R. number 33", plans and section showing construction, 1906 August 4.

2b 2

F.E. 355-8: 70 foot Tugboat "P.R.R. number 33," form of hull, 1906 December 8.

2b 2

F.E. 356-3: Covered steam lighter "P.R.R. number 154," amidship section, 1907 September 26.

2b 2

F.E. 356-9: Covered steam lighter "P.R.R. numbers 155 and 156," amidship section, 1913 July.

2b 2

F.E. 356-11: Covered steam lighter "P.R.R. numbers 155 and 156," form of hull, 1913 September.

2b 2

F.E. 360-2: 105 foot tugboats "P.R.R. numbers 5, 10, and 14," amidship section, 1905 August 18.

2b 3

F.E. 360-3: 105 foot tugboats "P.R.R. numbers 5, 10, 14, 11 and 34," form of hull, 1905 October 9.

2b 3

F.E. 360-4: 105 foot tugboats "P.R.R. numbers 11 and 34," plans and elevation, 1909 May 25.

2b 3

F.E. 360-5: 105 foot tugboats "P.R.R. numbers 11 and 34," amidship section, 1909 May 25.

2b 3

F.E. 360-9: 105 foot tugboats "P.R.R. numbers 6, 12, and 27," plan and elevation, 1915 August.

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F.E. 360-10: 105 foot tugboats "P.R.R. numbers 6, 12, 27," amidship section, 1915 August.

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F.E. 360-11: 105 foot tugboats "P.R.R. numbers 6, 12, and 27," machinery arrangement, 1915 August.

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F.E. 360-16: 105 foot tugboats "P.R.R. numbers 5, 10, and 14," rudder bearing, 1906 January 10.

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F.E. 360-18: 105 foot tugboats "P.R.R. numbers 5, 10, and 14," stern frame and rudder, 1905 October 26.

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F.E. 362-1: 105 foot tugboat, boiler 14 foot 5 inch diameter, 12 foot 8 inch long, 1905 July 20.

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F.E. 362-12: 105 foot tugboat "P.R.R. numbers 6, 12, and 27," shafting and stern tube, 1919 April.

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F.E. 362-14A: 105 foot tugboat "P.R.R. numbers 5, 10, and 14," general arrangement, proposed fuel oil installation, 1919 October.

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F.E. 362-15: 105 foot tugboat "Canton," general arrangement, B and W boiler installation, 1937 September 20.

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F.E. 363-1: Tugboat "Cape Charles," general plans, 1909 January.

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F.E. 364-6: Tugboat "P.R.R. number 35," machinery arrangement, 1909 December 2.

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F.E. 364-7: Tugboat "P.R.R. number 35," form of hull, 1910 February 21.

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F.E. 364-11: Tugboat "P.R.R. number 35," docking plan, 1911 March 9.

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F.E. 364-22: Tugboat "Baltimore," general arrangement, B and W boiler installation, 1936 October 10.

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F.E. 364-24: Tugboat "Baltimore," arrangement details of uptake and stake, 1936 August 31.

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F.E. 364-25: Tugboat "Baltimore," B and W boiler installation, alterations and additions to house, 1936 September 21.

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F.E. 365-2: 20 ton Steam Hoisting Derrick Barge, rigging and machinery plan, undated.

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F.E. 365-4: 20 ton Steam Hoisting Derrick Barge, general plan, undated.

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F.E. 365-5: 20 ton Steam Hoisting Derrick Barge, untitled plan, undated.

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F.E. 365-8: 20 ton Steam Hoisting Derrick Barge, rigging plan with 78 foot boom, 1912 April 13.

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F.E. 366-3: 1908 N.Y. Division ferryboat, amidship section, 1908 February 4.

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F.E. 366-4: Ferryboat, plan of decks, 1909 February.

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F.E. 366-5: Ferryboat, machinery arrangement, 1908 February 19.

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F.E. 367-2: Tugboat "Greenwich," amidship section, 1910 June.

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F.E. 367-5: Tugboat "Greenwich," form of hull, 1910 August 22.

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F.E. 367-7: Tugboat "Greenwich," docking plan, 1911 July.

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F.E. 368-2: "Tugboat "P.R.R. number 1," amidship section, 1910 August.

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F.E. 368-4: "Tugboat "P.R.R. number 1," machinery arrangement, 1910 September.

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F.E. 368-5: "Tugboat "P.R.R. number 1," boiler, 1910 August.

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F.E. 368-6: "Tugboat "P.R.R. number 1," form of hull, 1910 November 22.

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F.E. 369-14: 10 ton steam hoisting derrick barge, arrangement of operating levers, undated.

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F.E. 369-15: 10 ton steam hoisting derrick barge, "A"-frame front legs, 1913 April.

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F.E. 369-24: 10 ton steam hoisting derrick barge, rail, stanchion, roller chock, 1915 November.

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F.E. 370-1: Camden ferrybridges, mooring and equalizing gear, 1912 December 31.

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F.E. 370-6: P and C ferries, sheaves for bridges, 1913 December 23.

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F.E. 370-29: P and C ferrybridges, hoisting machinery, 1917 June.

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F.E. 370-32: P and C ferrybridges, hoisting machinery general arrangement, 1919 July.

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F.E. 370-36: P and C ferrybridges, elevations, 1922 February.

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F.E. 370-38: P and C ferrybridges, foundation for hoisting machinery and location of bearings, 1922 February.

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F.E. 371-2: Steam Derrick Lighter, sketch of derrick frame, 1913 September.

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F.E. 371-3: Steam Derrick Lighter, proposition sketch, general arrangement of rigging, tower, and deck house, 1913 September 3.

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F.E. 371-4: Steam Derrick Lighter, plans and elevation, 1915 July.

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F.E. 371-5: Steam Derrick Lighter, amidship section, 1915 July.

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F.E. 371-7: Steam Derrick Lighter, machinery arrangement, 1915 July.

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F.E. 371-8: Steam Derrick Lighter, main hoisting machine, 1915 July.

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F.E. 371-11: Steam Derrick Lighter, rigging details, 1915 September.

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F.E. 371-14: Steam Derrick Lighter, sketch showing rake of mast and stack, 1916 January 18.

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F.E. 371-15: Steam Derrick Lighter, gear casings for hoisting machines, 1916 February.

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F.E. 372-4: Floats 23 and 24, sections, 1917.

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F.E. 372-5: Floats 23 and 24, platform, 1917 January.

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F.E. 372-6: Floats 23 and 24, sections, 1917.

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F.E. 373-1: Floating grain elevator, outb'd elevation, 1922 June.

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F.E. 373-8: Floating grain elevator, end elevations, 1922 June.

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F.E. 373-14: Floating grain elevator, keystone and nameboard, 1927 June.

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F.E. 374-2: Tugboat "P.R.R. number 16," amidship section, 1923 July.

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F.E. 374-3: Tugboat "P.R.R. number 16," machinery arrangement, 1923 July.

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F.E. 374-7: Tugboat "P.R.R. number 16," arrangement of engine room, main deck, 1924 January.

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F.E. 374-12: Tugboat "P.R.R. number 16," stack, 1923 March.

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F.E. 374-14: Tugboat "P.R.R. number 16," longitudinal section and plan showing arrangement of machinery, 1926.

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F.E. 374-17: Tugboat "P.R.R. number 16," pilothhouse control and steering gear telltale, 1924 April.

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F.E. 374-24: Tugboat "P.R.R. number 16," longitudinal section and plan of hold showing arrangement of machinery, 1924.

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F.E. 374-25: Tugboat "P.R.R. number 16," main deck plan and elevation of machinery on main deck, 1924 May.

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F.E. 374-29: Tugboat "P.R.R. number 16," transverse sections, undated.

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F.E. 374-30: Tugboat "P.R.R. number 16," arrangement of machinery, undated.

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F.E. 374-31: Tugboat "P.R.R. number 16," speed measuring device used on tugboat trails, undated.

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F.E. 374-39: Tugboat "P.R.R. number 16," arrangement of piping tugs, 1925 December.

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F.E. 374-51: Tugboat "P.R.R. number 16," 4" turbine pump, 1938 June 18.

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F.E. 376-3: "P.R.R. numbers 15 and 20," steering engine general arrangement, 1926 October 2.

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F.E. 376-20: "P.R.R. numbers 15 and 20," docking plan, 1926 September.

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F.E. 379-4: Tugboat "Patchogue," rudder, 1927 May 16.

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F.E. 379-15: Tugboat "Patchogue," general plan, 1905 December 5.

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F.E. 379-140: Tugboat "Patchogue," boiler installation piping plan, 1931 June.

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F.E. 381-20: Tugboats "Cutchogue" and "Quoque," cross section through boiler room, 1918 February 10.

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F.E. 381-148: Tugnoat "Quoque," boiler installation piping plan, 1931 January.

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F.E. 381-152: Tugboat "Quoque," fuel oil installation, 1919 April 14.

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F.E. 384-9: Steamer "Virginia," boiler installation, breeching, stack, and piping, 1929 December.

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F.E. 384-12: B and V Steamers, outboard elevation, exterior painting schedule, 1929 May.

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F.E. 384-16: Steamer "Piankatank," main deck, 1910.

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F.E. 384-17: Steamer "Piankatank," main deck, saloon deck, 1925 February 5.

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F.E. 384-19: Steamer "Piankatank," saloon deck, undated.

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F.E. 385-1: 1200 horsepower single screw steam tugboat, outboard profile, 1948 January 26.

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F.E. 385-3: 1200 horsepower single screw steam tugboat, arrangement of decks, 1948 January 24.

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F.E. 389-101: Tugboat "Talisman," oil fuel installation, 1924 August 11.

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F.E. 391-18: 292' 3" Steel car float, arrangement, 1922 January 12.

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F.E. 391-22: Floats numbers 18 and 19, shell plating, 1922.

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F.E. 391-23: Floats numbers 18 and 19, deck plating and longitudinal trusses, 1922.

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F.E. 391-32: Floats numbers 18 and 19, signboard, 1922 July 10.

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F.E. 391-54: Carfloats numbers 20 and 21, deck plating and longitudinal trusses, 1926 May 17.

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F.E. 393-6: Twin screw tugboat, hull number 133, hull bulkheads, 1940.

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F.E. 393-8: Twin screw tugboat, hull number 133, deck and bulwark plating, 1940 April 27.

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F.E. 393-22: Twin screw tugboat, hull number 133, tonnage offsets, 1940 August 29.

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F.E. 396-1: 105 foot tugboat, plans and elevation, 1939 December 23.

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F.E. 396-2: 105 foot tugboat, amidship section, 1939 December 22.

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F.E. 398-2: Tugboat "Amboy," amidship section, 1939 November 29.

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F.E. 398-2A: Tugboat "Amboy," amidship section, 1940 July 30.

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F.E. 398-3: Tugboat "Amboy," deck house details, 1940 October 18.

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F.E. 409-1: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, machinery arrangement, 1948 October 6.

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F.E. 409-2: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, bilge system, 1948 April 28.

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F.E. 409-3: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, fresh water piping and drainage system, 1948 October 19.

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F.E. 409-5: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, wrecking conn, emergency circulation, and fire piping, 1948 November 22.

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F.E. 409-6: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, feed water system, 1949.

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F.E. 409-7: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, fuel oil pumping and heating system, 1949 June 11.

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F.E. 409-8: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, main steam, 1949 May 18.

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F.E. 409-12: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, heating sytem, 1949 June 2.

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F.E. 409-13: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, soot blowers, arrangement and details, 1949 July 12.

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F.E. 409-14: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, lube oil system, 1949 May 12.

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F.E. 409-16: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, steering leads, 1949.

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F.E. 409-17: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, electrical wiring diagram, 1949.

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F.E. 409-18: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, feed water filter tank, 1949 May 13.

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F.E. 409-19: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, boiler blow down, 1949 May 17.

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F.E. 409-20: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, line shaft bearing, 1949 July 5.

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F.E. 409-21: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, engine room signal system, 1949 September 8.

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F.E. 409-25: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, line shaft bearing, 1949 May 21.

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F.E. 410-1: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, molded lines, 1949 October 2.

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F.E. 410-2: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, skylight and pilot house details, 1949 June 13.

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F.E. 410-5: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, section on [unknown symbol], hull bulkheads, and flats, 1948 October 20.

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F.E. 410-7: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, stern frame, rudder, and shaft arrangement and details, 1948 October 9.

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F.E. 410-9: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, main deck house details, 1949 May 7.

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F.E. 410-10: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, topside railings and ladders, 1949 August 4.

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F.E. 410-11: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, pilot house windows, 1949 August 4.

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F.E. 410-14: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, life boat handling, 1949 July 15.

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F.E. 410-17: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, tank sounding, venting anf filling, 1949 May 24.

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F.E. 410-18: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, stack and boiler uptakes, const. and details, 1949 July 1.

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F.E. 410-19: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, plan of general arrangement, 1949 October 18.

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F.E. 410-20: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, outboard profile, 1949 August 15.

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F.E. 410-21: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, boiler room and after engine room ventilators, 1949 June 20.

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F.E. 410-22: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, door schedule and door details, 1949 May 31.

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F.E. 410-23: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, tonnage offsets, 1949 October 25.

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F.E. 410-24: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, skylight trunk windows and details of operating gear, 1949 August 19.

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F.E. 410-26: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, stack insignia and mounting details, 1949 August 10.

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F.E. 410-27: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, radar mast, arrangement and foundation details, 1949 August 8.

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F.E. 410-30: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, displacement and other curves, 1949 August 16.

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F.E. 410-31: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, engine and boiler room floor plating and ladders, 1949 August 2.

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F.E. 410-34: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, arrangement and details of mast and light frame, 1949 August 23.

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F.E. 410-36: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, skylight top hawser box, 1949 August 26.

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F.E. 410-40: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, upper engine room gear locker, 1949 September 24.

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F.E. 410-42: 105 foot steam tugboat, hull number 188, schedule of gauges and thermo's, 1949.

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F.E. 419087: Twin screw tugboat, center of weight, 1940 March 28.

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F.E. 424060: Lettering sheet number 1, 1941.

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F.E. 424061: Lettering sheet number 2, 1941.

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F.E. 424062: Lettering sheet number 3, 1941.

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F.E. 431543: Welded steel carfloat, side sections mid-ship, 1944 July 25.

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F.E. 431544: Welded steel carfloat, side sections mid-ship, 1945 July 25.

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F.E. 431554: Welded steel carfloat, intermediate trusses, truss diagonals, and bracket plates, 1944 July 25.

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F.E. 431558: Welded steel carfloat, unloading platform details, 1944 July 25.

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F.E. 431570: 250 foot steel carfloat, welded design, general arrangement, 1944 July 25.

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F.E. 431573: Welded steel carfloat, painting and lettering diagram, 1944 July 25.

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F.E. 431576: Carfloat 250 foot x 34 foot x 9 foot-1 inch, profiles of deck and bottom plans erection diagram, 1944 July 25.

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F.E. 431786: Carfloat 330 foot x 40 foot x 11 foot, welded design, arrangement, profiles, deck, and bottom plans, erection diagram, 1944 August 23.

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F.E. 431787: Carfloat 330 foot x 40 foot x 11 foot, welded design, transverse sections and bulkhead erection diagram, 1944 August 23.

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F.E. 431810: Carfloat 330 foot x 40 foot x 11 foot, welded design, truck layouts, 1944 August 23.

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F.E. 431812: Carfloat 330 foot x 40 foot x 11 foot, welded design, painting and lettering, 1944 August 23.

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S.P. 4500-120: Lube oil plan and elevation, 1944 May 24.

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S.P. 4500-121: Lube oil sections, 1944 May 19.

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S.P. 4801-107: Bilge and ballast FWD. BHD. number 51 plans, 1944 May 10.

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S.P. 4801-108: Bilge and ballast FWD. BHD. number 51 sections, 1944 May 10.

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S.P. 4801-109: Engine room bilge and ballast, plan and elevations, 1944 March 24.

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S.P. 4801-110: Engine room bilge and ballast, sections and details, 1944 March 23.

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S.P. 4803-105: Fire main and sprinkler, plans, 1944 February 25.

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S.P. 4803-106: Fire main and sprinkler, elevation and sections, 1944 February 25.

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S.P. 4804-127: Fresh water service and transfer, plan and elevation, 1944 May 27.

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S.P. 4804-128: Fresh water service and transfer, sections, 1944 May 27.

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S.P. 4804-129: Potable water, 1944 May 5.

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S.P. 4805-111: Circ. raw water, plan and elevations, 1944 March 3.

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S.P. 4805-112: Circ. water, sections, 1944 March 3.

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S.P. 4805-113: Circ. fresh water, plan and elevation, 1944 March 13.

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S.P. 4805-114: Circ. fresh water, sections, 1944 March 14.

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S.P. 4807-130: Salt water flushing, plans, 1944 June 23.

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S.P. 4807-131: Salt water flushing, sections, 1944 June 23.

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S.P. 4808-117: Scuppers and drains, plans, 1944 May 5.

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S.P. 4808-118: Scuppers and drains, sections and elevations, 1944 May 3.

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S.P. 4808-119: Scuppers and drains, boat deck, 1944 May 6.

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S.P. 4809-103: Sounding and vents, plan and elevation, 1944 February 23.

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S.P. 4809-104: Sounding and vents, sections, 1944 February 23.

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S.P. 4900-132: Air plan and elevation, 1944 June 26.

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S.P. 4900-133: Air sections, 1944 June 24.

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S.P. 5200-115: Exhausts and smoke pipe, 1944 April 3.

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S.P. 5501-100: Fuel piping, tank numbers 3 and 4, port and STBD., 1944 January 15.

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S.P. 5501-101: Fuel oil fill. and service, 1944 May 9.

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S.P. 4500-120: Lube oil plan and elevation, 1945 May 24.

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S.P. 4500-121: Lube oil sections, 1945 May 19.

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S.P. 4801-107: Bilge and ballast FWD. BHD. number 51 plans, 1944 May 10.

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Map: "Pennsylvania Railroad System: Freight Terminal Facilities, Philadelphia-Camden and Vicinity", 1923.

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Map: "Wm. Cramp and Sons Ship and Engine Building Co., Philadelphia, Pa.", 1923 December.

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Map: "Wm. Cramp and Sons Ship and Engine Building Co., Philadelphia, Pa.," copy, 1923 December.

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