Honoring The Men And Women Who Built the "Liberty" Ships

 











Photos of the East Yard

EARLY VIEW OF THE TODD-BATH SITE, LOOKING FROM FORT PREBLE, JANUARY 2, 1941
CONSTRUCTION OF THE COFFERDAM, TODD-BATH YARD, FEBRUARY 16, 1941
EXCAVATING GROUND FOR CONSTRUCTION OF TODD-BATH BASIN 1, MARCH 14, 1941
TEMPORARY FABRICATION STORAGE SPACE, TODD-BATH YARD, APRIL 12, 1941
EARLY STAGE OF THE BASIN CONSTRUCTION, TODD-BATH YARD, APRIL 28, 1941
THE TODD-BATH ADMINISTRATION BUILDING GOING UP BEHIND THE EXCAVATION OF BASIN 3, MAY 29, 1941
BUILDING BASIN 1 AT THE TODD-BATH YARD, JUNE 16, 1941
CONSTRUCTION OF THE TODD-BATH BASINS AN BEGINNINGS OF THE OUTFITTING PIER
EAST YARD ADMINISTRATION BUILDING WHILE UNDER BRITISH SUPERVISION
VIEW OF THE TODD-BATH BASINS, OCTOBER 1941
"OCEAN MIGHT" AND "OCEAN PRIDE," EIGHTH AND NINTH BRITISH VESSELS, BEING TOWED FROM THE BASINS [APRIL 19, 1942]
FIVE BRITISH SHIPS READY FOR SIMULTANEOUS LAUNCHING [AUGUST 16, 1942]
NO. 2 BOW BEING LOWERED INTO PLACE
THE EAST AREA BASINS
THREE "LIBERTIES" READY FOR LAUNCHING, EAST AREA, JUNE 23, 1943
NIGHT SCENE ALONG EAST AREA BASINS
ASSEMBLY FLATS AND BASINS IN MIDWINTER, EAST AREA
AN UNUSUAL SCENE -- FIVE BRITISH SHIPS BEING OUTFITTED AT ONE TIME, EAST AREA