• Creator
  • Rogers, Kenneth, 1907-1989
  • Created Date
  • 1943-05-23
  • Description
  • View of E.E. McKennon, a female welder working on a ship at the J.A. Jones Construction Company shipyard in Brunswick, Georgia. Originally developed by Brunswick Marine Construction, the J.A. Jones Construction Company operated a shipyard that employed over 17,000 people to produce Liberty Ships during World War II. After the war the shipyard was closed and the site was turned over to the community. Local identification number: VIS 82.230.11. ... more
    View of E.E. McKennon, a female welder working on a ship at the J.A. Jones Construction Company shipyard in Brunswick, Georgia. Originally developed by Brunswick Marine Construction, the J.A. Jones Construction Company operated a shipyard that employed over 17,000 people to produce Liberty Ships during World War II. After the war the shipyard was closed and the site was turned over to the community. Local identification number: VIS 82.230.11. Local identification number: ahc082230011a.jpg. Kenneth Rogers Photographs, Atlanta History Center. less
  • Format
  • 4 x 5 in. black and white negative