5 edition of United States shipping board emergency fleet corporation found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||KF26 .C6 1917a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||18011737|
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United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation: Hearing before the Committee on Commerce, United States Senate, 65th Congress, 3d Session, pursuant to S. Res.directing the Committee on Commerce to investigate all matters connected with the building of merchant vessels under the direction of the United States Shipping Board EMERGENCY FLEET CORPORATIONEMERGENCY FLEET CORPORATION.
Because of the need during World War I to build ships rapidly, on 16 April the U.S. Shipping Board incorporated the Emergency Fleet Corporation to build, own, and operate a merchant fleet for the U.S.
government. It performed these functions until 11 Februarywhen Congress changed its name to the Merchant Fleet :// /emergency-fleet-corporation. Report to the United States Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet Corporation on electric welding and its application in United States of America to ship construction by Caldwell, James; United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation Records of the U.S.
Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation and its Successor, the U.S. Shipping Board Merchant Fleet Corporation Records of the Board of Trustees; Records of the Office of the General Comptroller; Records of the Ship Protection Committee; Records of claims organizations Title The ships are coming United States Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet Corporation / / James H.
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The Emergency Fleet Corporation was established in Aprilfor the purpose of building a fleet of merchant :// Put the pennant beside the flag--Both spell victory United States Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet Corporation / / Carey Print Lith. N.Y.
Summary Poster showing the United States flag and the pennant of the U.S. Shipping Board. Contributor Names u.s. 48 72 united states shipping board emergency fleet corporation v. western union telegraph co. argued dec. March 6,the steamship Coelleda was a merchant vessel owned by the United States and operated for it by the Navigation Company as agent, pursuant to an agreement made by the United States, acting through the Shipping Board represented by the Fleet Corporation.
Merchant Marine Act§§ 12, 35, 41 Stat.(46 USCA §§). 1. These are consolidated libels in personam, brought in admiralty by the respondents against the Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation in the Federal District Court for Northern California, in October,and November,to recover the value of goods shipped by them in December,and January,from San Francisco to ports in Wales and Holland, on The United States produced more propaganda posters than all other countries involved in the war combined, even though it was only engaged in the war for 20 months.
ID Number: ZZ*RSNT32 Producer: United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation Artist: Kline, Hibberd V. Date: On Apthe United States Shipping Board created the Emergency Fleet Corporation, which was to oversee the program. Eventually under the direction of businessman Charles A.
Schwab, the Corporation would increase American merchant tonnage from a production of onlytons per year to a fleet that measured over 9 million :// United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation Artist: Adolph Treidler Dimensions: x 22 in. Published: Philadelphia.
Rivets are bayonets. drive them home. Creator John E. Sheridan Dimensions: 38 x in. Published Thomsen-Ellis Co., Philadelphia U. Shipping Board Emergency United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation records, MssOregon Historical Society Research Library.
The Oregon Historical Society is the owner of the materials in the Research Library and makes available reproductions for research, publication, and other :// hulls stirred my interest in the efforts of the Emergency Fleet Corporation (EFC) to construct a transatlantic bridge of vessels to France during World War I.
In Augustwhile the US was still at peace, Congress passed a bill creating a United States Shipping Board (USSB) to regulate and promote American water :// United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation: hearings before the Committee on Commerce, United States Senate, Sixty-fifth Congress, second session, on S.
Res. directing the Committee on Commerce to investigate all matters connected with the building of merchant vessels under the direction of the United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation, Team Work Wins - United States Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet Corporation Artist Hibberd V.
Kline Artist Nationality American Artist Life Dates Medium and Support color lithograph on paper Object Creation Date circa Object Creation Place North and Central America (continent) United States (nation) Credit Line Gift of Mr United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation Artist: Fred.
Hoertz, (This poster design received an honorable mention, citizen's class, in the poster contest conducted by 'The New York Sun.) Dimensions: 38 x 28 inches Published Ketterlinus Philada.
Imp., Philadelphia, PA: On the job for. Specifications for the construction of a standard steel bulk oil ship of 10, tons d. w. capacity for the United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation: to be built by the Baltimore Dry Docks & Ship Building Co#!
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