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Liberty Ship, Bethlehem Fairfield Shipyards, 1943

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Liberty Ship, Bethlehem Fairfield Shipyards, 1943

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Bethlehem Fairfield shipyards, near Baltimore, Maryland. Construction of a Liberty ship. The ship sliding down the ways just twenty-four days after her keelplates were laid. It will take ten days longer to install furnishings. The ship weighs 3200 long tons and is known as a 10,500 ton cargo vessel. Photographed in May 23 of 1943.

All prints are made with the finest quality Digital Giclée printing using 12 color archival inks. We have chosen a 300gsm Rag Matt finish paper with no "Optical Brightners" to extend the life of your print.

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Liberty Ship, Bethlehem Fairfield Shipyards, 1943

Bethlehem Fairfield shipyards, near Baltimore, Maryland. Construction of a Liberty ship. The ship sliding down the ways just twenty-four days after her keelplates were laid. It will take ten days longer to install furnishings. The ship weighs 3200 long tons and is known as a 10,500 ton cargo vessel. Photographed in May 23 of 1943.

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