Pusey and Jones Corporation photographs

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This digital collection includes more than 2,100 of the approximately 6,700 images in the Pusey & Jones Photograph Collection. Pusey and Jones specialized in ship and machine building. Pusey and Jones Company's main facility was located in Wilmington, Delaware on the Christina River. The collection has not been digitized in its entirety. For a detailed description of the entire collection, click here to view the catalog record.

    Image: Cape Diamond built for U.S. Maritime Commission, 1943. Click to view.

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The steamer, Grant, Hull 91, built for U.S. Government
Length: 148 feet. Beam: 25 feet. Depth: 10 feet Engine #323. Engine: Inverted direct acting, surface condensing 36 in. diameter 36 in. stroke.
Coast survey steamer, A. D. Bache
U.S. Revenue Cutter. Length: 140 feet. Breadth: 23 feet. Depth: 8 feet 9 in. Engine: Inverted direct acting, steeple compound 16 in. x 25 in. diameter 24 in. stroke.
The steamer, Rosa, Hull 87, built for Captain I.N. Philpshot
Length: 136 feet. Breadth 22 feet. Depth: - [?] Engines (2) Inclined condensing, 16 in. diameter, 60 in. stroke.
Flor de Mayo, Hull 151, gunboat built for Venezuela
Length: 120 feet. Beam: 20 feet ; Depth: 11 feet 1 in.
Fish Hawk, Hull 153, twin screw steamer
Built for U.S. Fish Commission. Length: 146 feet 6 in. Beam: 27 feet. Depth: 10 feet 9 in. Twin Engine 22 in. x 27 in. No. 540.
Propeller, Mexico, Hull 156
Length: 125 feet. Beam: 22 feet ; Depth: 9 feet 9 in. Built for Capt. Wave Agent, Mexico.
The steamer, Pansy
Not built by Pusey and Jones Company
The steamer, Walter Forward, Hull 186, United States Revenue Cutter
Length: 140 feet. Beam: 25 feet. Depth: 10 feet 4 in. Engines 627 and 628.
The steamer, Caiman built for P. Loorillard
Length: 96 feet. Beam: 21 feet 6 in. Depth: 5 feet 6 in. Engine Boiler built by J.W. Sullivan.
Wooden steamboat, City of St. Augustine
Contract 828. Length: 165 feet. Beam: 35 feet. Depth: 12 feet 6 in. Completed Engine #828.
The steamer, Compton built for North State Improvement Company
Length: 85 feet. Beam: 24 feet. Depth: 7 feet 6 in. Engine #810.
Steel tugboat, Elisa, built for Bartram Bros. for San Domingo
Length: 46 feet. Beam: 14 feet. Depth: 5 feet 6 in. Eng. #866, 10 in. x 12 in.
The steamer, Lt. M. Morrill, built for the U.S. Revenue Marin
Length: 145 feet 3 in. Beam: 24 feet. Depth: 12 feet 3 in. Engine #797.
Twin screw steamer, Naugatuck, built for Naugatuck Valley Steamboat Company
Length: 130 feet. Beam: 26 feet. Depth: 8 feet Engines 779 and 780. Bridge in background.
The steamer, La Papa
Length: 120 feet. Beam: 20 feet. Depth: 11 feet 1 in. Engine #781.
Wood steamer, General Wood, built for U.S. Government
Length: 100 feet. Beam: 19 feet 6 in. Depth: 10 feet 6 in. Engines #678.
The tugboat, Progreso, Hull 203
Length: 90 feet. Beam: 22 feet. Depth: 7 feet Engines 688 and 689.
The steamer, Henry Wilson, built for U.S.Q.M [United States Quarter Master's] Department
Length: 110 feet. Beam: 24 feet. Depth: 11 feet 1 in. Engine #904.

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