|Title||[Bethlehem Steel shipyard]|
|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Photographer||Flamm, Herbert A.|
|Date||March 25, 1952|
|Collection||Herbert A. Flamm Photograph Collection|
B&W print made from original negative. Aerial view of the Bethlehem Steel Shipyard in Mariners Harbor. Numerous buildings and large ships are visible along the waterfront. The road at right is Richmond Terrace. Photo by Herbert Flamm, March 25, 1952.
(Keywords: New York City, Twentieth Century)
|Print size||8 x 10|
|Acquisition||Collection of the Staten Island Historical Society|
|Ownership and History||
Photographer Herbert A. Flamm (1905-1980) was a lifelong Staten Island resident and an active community leader as well as a prolific commercial photographer. He was part-owner of Weitzman's Photo Shop in Stapleton. Flamm was a specialist in marine photography, and the Bethlehem Steel Co. Shipyard was one of his major clients.
Upon acquiring the former United Drydock marine repair yard in Mariners Harbor, Bethlehem Steel became a major manufacturer of naval vessels and a significant employer of Staten Island's workforce. The shipyard was particularly active during World War II, and remained in operation into the 1960s.
Boat & ship industry
|Lexicon Sub-category||Documentary Artifact|
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