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Aerial view of the seven original shipways of Kaiser Richmond Shipyard No. 1, early 1943. The large buildings in the upper right are the prefabrication sheds and Shipyard No. 2 is beyond them.Interior of the Kaiser Field Hospital and clinic, Richmond, California, United States, circa 1943. Note the diversity of the patients waiting for treatment, bearing out their motto “Illness knows no color line here.”
Aerial view of the seven original shipways of Kaiser Richmond Shipyard No. 1, early 1943. The large buildings in the upper right are the prefabrication sheds and Shipyard No. 2 is beyond them.Interior of the Kaiser Field Hospital and clinic, Richmond, California, United States, circa 1943. Note the diversity of the patients waiting for treatment, bearing out their motto “Illness knows no color line here.”
Transfer of after peak section of a Liberty ship under construction at Kaiser Richmond No. 2 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, 1940sA welder working at Kaiser Richmond Shipyards, Richmond, California, United States, Feb 1943
Transfer of after peak section of a Liberty ship under construction at Kaiser Richmond No. 2 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, 1940sA welder working at Kaiser Richmond Shipyards, Richmond, California, United States, Feb 1943
Female welder working at Kaiser Richmond Shipyards, Richmond, California, United States, Feb 1943Shipyard workers arriving at the Kaiser Richmond Shipyards by ferry, Richmond, California, United States, Feb 1943
Female welder working at Kaiser Richmond Shipyards, Richmond, California, United States, Feb 1943Shipyard workers arriving at the Kaiser Richmond Shipyards by ferry, Richmond, California, United States, Feb 1943
Shipyard workers arriving at the Kaiser Richmond Shipyards by ferry, Richmond, California, United States, Feb 1943The prefabrication center at Kaiser Richmond Shipyards where deckhouses and other structures were pre-assembled before being moved by crane and rail to the shipways for installation into the hulls, 1943.
Shipyard workers arriving at the Kaiser Richmond Shipyards by ferry, Richmond, California, United States, Feb 1943The prefabrication center at Kaiser Richmond Shipyards where deckhouses and other structures were pre-assembled before being moved by crane and rail to the shipways for installation into the hulls, 1943.
Female African-American shipyard worker Anna Bland working on Liberty ship SS George Washington Carver at Kaiser Richmond No. 1 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, Apr 1943Female African-American Welders Alivia Scott, Hattie Carpenter, Flossie Burtos, and another unidentified worker working on the Liberty ship SS George Washington Carver, Kaiser Richmond No. 1 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, Apr 1943
Female African-American shipyard worker Anna Bland working on Liberty ship SS George Washington Carver at Kaiser Richmond No. 1 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, Apr 1943Female African-American Welders Alivia Scott, Hattie Carpenter, Flossie Burtos, and another unidentified worker working on the Liberty ship SS George Washington Carver, Kaiser Richmond No. 1 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, Apr 1943
Female African-American worker Eastine Cowner working on Liberty ship SS George Washington Carver, Kaiser Richmond No. 1 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, Apr 1943Welder trainee Josie Lucille Owens working on the Liberty ship George Washington Carver, Kaiser Richmond No. 1 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, Apr 1943
Female African-American worker Eastine Cowner working on Liberty ship SS George Washington Carver, Kaiser Richmond No. 1 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, Apr 1943Welder trainee Josie Lucille Owens working on the Liberty ship George Washington Carver, Kaiser Richmond No. 1 Yard, Richmond, California, United States, Apr 1943
George Washington Carver sliding down the shipway after launching, Yard No. 1, Kaiser Richmond Shipyards, Richmond, California, United States, 7 May 1943Lena Horne at the launching of SS George Washington Carver, Yard No. 1, Kaiser Richmond Shipyards, Richmond, California, United States, 7 May 1943
George Washington Carver sliding down the shipway after launching, Yard No. 1, Kaiser Richmond Shipyards, Richmond, California, United States, 7 May 1943Lena Horne at the launching of SS George Washington Carver, Yard No. 1, Kaiser Richmond Shipyards, Richmond, California, United States, 7 May 1943
Aerial view of the Kaiser Richmond Shipyards, 11 Jan 1944.Victory-ship Nicaragua Victory on Shipway 5 at Shipyard No. 1 at the Kaiser Richmond Shipyards, Richmond, California, United States, Aug 1944.
Aerial view of the Kaiser Richmond Shipyards, 11 Jan 1944.Victory-ship Nicaragua Victory on Shipway 5 at Shipyard No. 1 at the Kaiser Richmond Shipyards, Richmond, California, United States, Aug 1944.
Aerial view of the Kaiser Company Shipyard No. 4 looking north, Richmond, California, United States, 6 Dec 1944.Aerial view of the Kaiser Company Shipyard No. 4 looking northwest, Richmond, California, United States, 6 Dec 1944.
Aerial view of the Kaiser Company Shipyard No. 4 looking north, Richmond, California, United States, 6 Dec 1944.Aerial view of the Kaiser Company Shipyard No. 4 looking northwest, Richmond, California, United States, 6 Dec 1944.
Aerial view of the Kaiser Company Shipyard No. 4 looking southwest, Richmond, California, United States, 6 Dec 1944.Overhead view of the Kaiser Company Shipyard No. 4, Richmond, California, United States, 6 Dec 1944.
Aerial view of the Kaiser Company Shipyard No. 4 looking southwest, Richmond, California, United States, 6 Dec 1944.Overhead view of the Kaiser Company Shipyard No. 4, Richmond, California, United States, 6 Dec 1944.

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