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"The Official Guide Book to Philadelphia," 1876
: Full title: "The Official Guide Book to Philadelphia, A New Handbook for Strangers and Citizens, with a History of the City, a Large Map of the City Showing All the Routes of the Passenger Railways, New Map of Fairmount Park, Etc" ~ Source:
, pgs 137-139 ~ Creator: Thompson Westcott, author Porter & Coates, publisher ~ Date: 1876
Video - "Why I Work Here"
~ Creator: Naval Surface Warfare Center, Philadelphia Division ~ Date: Uploaded July 12, 2017
Select Figures and Tables from "The Closing and Reuse of the Philadelphia Navy Yard"
Figure 2.1 - pg. 6 Figure 4.1 - pg. 24 Figure 5.1 - pg. 44 Table 5.2 - pg. 43 Table 5.4 - pg 46 Table 5.5 - pg. 46 ~ Source: National Defense Research Institute
~ Creator: Ron Hess Jefferson P. Marquis John F. Schank Malcolm MacKinnon
Aerial View of Navy Yard to Packer Avenue - Stadium at Left
: Collection - DOR Archives Wharves, Docks and Ferries-1310 Asset 5723 ~ Source:
~ Date: n.d.
"Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, Dry Dock No. 4, Broad Street south of Government Avenue"
: Dry Dock No. 4. Typical Cross-Sections (Frederic R. Harris, Inc., January 10, 1941). In Files of Cushman & Wakefield, Building No. 501, Philadelphia Naval Business Center.
: Scrapping In Dry Dock #4. Naval Shipyard Philadelphia. February 18, 1946. Original Photograph In Collection of National Archives, Mid-Atlantic Regional Records Center, Philadelphia. ~ Source: Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division
~ Creator: Historic American Engineering Record ~ Date: 1941-1945 Compiled after 1968
Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, 350-Ton Hammerhead Crane, League Island, Philadelphia
- View south inside control cab.
- Main hook of hammerhead boom looking south-southeast.
- View southwest of 350-ton crane, oiler Milwaukee in foreground.
- View south of boom structure of 350-ton crane with pintle in foreground. ~ Source: Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division Survey
~ Creator: Historic American Engineering Record