Category Archives: Barges

New York Shipbuilding Corporation

New York Shipbuilding Corporation records, 1895–1967. 6 boxes, 1 volume, plus 3 flat file drawers, 8 filing cabinet drawers, 1 large binder, 2 rolled plans, and 1 envelope (28.25 linear feet). Abstract Collection of photographs, photograph albums and specification books … Continue reading

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Pennsylvania Railroad

Pennsylvania Railroad records , 1893–1959. Approximately 550 rolled plans (45.33 linear feet). About Pennsylvania Railroad The Pennsylvania Railroad was founded in 1846. Commonly referred to as the “Pennsy,” the Pennsylvania Railroad was headquartered in Philadelphia. The PRR was the largest … Continue reading

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RTC Shipbuilding Co. (Camden, N.J.)

RTC Shipbuilding Co. records, 1934–1965. 19 boxes, 5 folders (7.83 linear feet). About RTC Shipbuilding Co. In 1940, Leroy M. Robinson (president), George R. Taylor (Vice-president), and John P. Carson (secretary and treasurer) formed RTC Shipbuilding Company in Camden, New … Continue reading

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Bowes

Thomas D. Bowes, M.E., Associates records, 1905–1982. 43 boxes, 11 volumes, and numerous rolled charts (129.5 linear feet). About Thomas D. Bowes Thomas D. Bowes (1883-1965) graduated from Cornell University in 1905. In the same year, he founded the naval … Continue reading

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Mathis Co. (Camden, N.J.)

John H. Mathis Company records, 1919–1965. 10 boxes, plus 12 flat file drawers, 17 oversize boxes, and 1 oversize folder (195 linear feet). About Mathis Co. The John H. Mathis Co at Point and Erie Streets in Camden, New Jersey, … Continue reading

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