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Whipple Station
  • Image shows the Whipples Station in the Whipple area of Burrillville, R.I on the Woonsocket and Pascoag Railroad extension. The one story Station has a brick chimney and an open door leading to a storage area. A building with a cupola is behind
Greene Station, N.Y., N.H. & H. RR
  • Postcard depicts the Greene railroad Station in the Coventry, RI village of Greene. The Station was on the Willimantic Line of the N.Y., N.H. & H. Railroad. The two and a half storied yellow Station has an attached storage shed and an awning over
Mechanical Fabric Company
  • Photograph of the Mechanical Fabric Company, established in 1889, taken from some height. The physical photograph may have been penciled along the lines of the building and shaded in the windows. A tall tank stands next to the buildings of the mill
America's Cup Race, 'Courageous'
  • Image shows workers building steel hull of the Courageous inside a building. "Courageous was lofted at Minneford's Yacht Yard in City Island, New York. Subassemblies were prefrabricated and then welded together -- which is why the tanks
America's Cup Race, 'Courageous'
  • Image shows workers building steel hull of the Courageous inside a building. "Courageous was lofted at Minneford's Yacht Yard in City Island, New York. Subassemblies were prefrabricated and then welded together -- which is why the tanks
Yachts Courageous and Mariner Under Construction
  • Image shows workers building steel hull of the Courageous inside a building. "Courageous was lifted at Minneford's Yacht Yard in City Island, New York. Subassemblies were prefabricated and then welded together -- which is why the tanks
Yachts Courageous and Mariner Under Construction
  • Image shows workers building steel hull of the Courageous inside a building. "Courageous was lifted at Minneford's Yacht Yard in City Island, New York. Subassemblies were prefabricated and then welded together -- which is why the tanks
Fire and Engine Room
  • . With a cut-away chart as a visual aid, Boilerman First Class Joseph R. Wilson, of Coskocton, Ohio, explains the operation of water feeding tank in the engine rooms to the sailors following a question by OCS apprentice Thomas B. Dullman of Wilmetts, Ill
SS Electra
  • Steamboat Electra docked at Neptune Steamship Company in Providence, Rhode Island. Rail cars, horse carriages, and storage sheds are seen on the dock. Flags are flying on the stern and bow of the ship.