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[Tugboat "Kate Malloy" and Oil Barge "LSC-52"]

Description: Photograph of a tugboat, "Kate Malloy", and an oil barge, "LSC-52", in open water. Handwritten on the back of the photograph is, "LSC Hull 487, Tug 'Kate Malloy' built for LSC, Completed 1-8-53, 92'x25'x11', LSC Hull No. 644, Oil Barge 'LSC-52', Built for Anderson Petroleum Co., Completed 4-9-63, 274'-6"x50'x10'-3"."
Date: unknown
Creator: Levingston Photograph
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Rear of Ship "A. Mackenzie"]

Description: Photograph of a large ship named "A. Mackenzie" being worked on. Scaffolding and a crane surround the ship. Handwritten on the back of the photograph is, "Repair activities, U.S. Army engineers dredge, 'A. Mackenzie', in drydock at Levingston."
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Drilling Barge Slay]

Description: Photograph of a large drilling barge being towed by two tug boats in open water. Painted on the side of the barge is, "Wheless Drilling Company Drilling Barge Slay." Handwritten on the back of the photograph is, "LSC Hull No. 615, Inland Drill Rig 'Slay', Built for Wheless Drilling Co., Completed 7-10-59, 175'x46'x12'."
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Drilling Barge "Don McMahon"]

Description: Photograph of the submersible inland drilling barge named "Don McMahon" being pulled by two tug boats. Handwritten on the back of the photograph is, "LSC Hull No. 614, Submersible inland drilling barge, 'Don McMahon', Built for McNisco, Inc., Completed 5-5-59, 188'x50'x12'."
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Drilling Barge "Don McMahon"]

Description: Photograph of the submersible inland drilling barge named "Don McMahon". Handwritten on the back of the photograph is, "LSC Hull No. 614, Submersible inland drilling barge, 'Don McMahon', Built for McNisco, Inc., Completed 5-5-59, 188'x50'x12'."
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Barge on Water]

Description: Photograph of a large oil barge in the middle of open water. Printed on the front of the photograph is, "L.S.C. #50 - Hull 602, Steel Oil Barge, 264'x50'x10'-3", Completed June 7, 1959."
Date: unknown
Creator: Business Men's Studio
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Barges and Oil Derricks]

Description: Photograph of barges positioned next to one another and oil derricks on top of the barges in Levingston Shipyard. The barge in the foreground was a pipe laying barge built in 1969. It has two gantry cranes, one on each side of the barge and a center control tower. The shipyard was located in the northwest corner of the Island. The buildings in the background belong to the Lutcher & Moore Lumber Company.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[CBC 135 and Canal Barge Co.]

Description: Photograph of a large chemical barge labeled "CBC 135." Behind the barge is a boat with a sign "Canal Barge Co." A Levingston Shipbuilding sign is visible in the background. Handwritten on the back of the photograph is, "Chemical Barge, Built for Canal Barge Co., Inc., Completed 5-16-61, 123'x50'x14'-6"."
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Barge 289]

Description: Photograph of a large barge in open water that was just launched sideways from the island at Levingston shipyard. The barge is surrounded by other nearby barges and tugboats. The buildings in the background are American Bridge Division of US Steel at the time, now Signal International. The view is looking northeast.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Barge C-204]

Description: Photograph of a lake type drilling tender, C-204. Handwritten on the back of the photograph is, "LSC Hull No. 566, Lake Type Drilling Tender, 'C-204', Built for Mid-Continent Supply, 185'x50'x12'."
Date: unknown
Creator: Business Men's Studio
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[ESSO Barge No. 30]

Description: Photograph of a large barge being pushed by a tugboat. Painted on the side of the barge is, "ESSO Barge No. 30." Handwritten on the back of the photograph is, "LSC Hull No. 636 'ESSO Barge No. 30', Completed 3-22-62, 250'-9"x41'-9"x18'-6"."
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[ESSO Barges #29 and #30]

Description: Photograph of two barges being pushed by a tugboat into open water. Handwritten on the back of the photograph is, "LSC Hull No. 635 Lead Barge 'ESSO Barge #29', LSC Hull No. 636 Trailing Barge 'ESSO Barge #30', Both completed 3-22-52, 250'-9"x41'-9"x18'-6"."
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Oil Barge "LSC #51"]

Description: Photograph of a large barge in a drydock close to water. There is a trash oil drum in the foreground and unidentifiable buildings in the background. Handwritten on the back of the photograph is, "Oil barge 'L.S.C. #51', Built for Anderson Petroleum Co., Completed 6-7-59, 264'x50'x10'3"."
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Pipe Lay Barge "Bar 289"]

Description: Photograph of a large barge being launched into water, creating a splash. Several boats, barges, and unidentifiable buildings surround the barge. Handwritten on the back of the photograph is, "LSC Hull No. 679, Pipe Lay Barge 'Bar 289', Built for Brown & Root Marine Operators, Completed 5-6-69, 350'x71'x22'-6"."
Date: unknown
Creator: Levingston Photograph
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Two Barges in Water]

Description: Photograph of two barges. There is a large crane named Golden Rule mounted on one of the barges. Used in the oil induatry, some of these barge cranes were built by Levingston. Others came to Levingston to be serviced, or have maintenance work performed. The other barge tied along side of the crane barge is believed to be a cable operated ferry barge used at Levingston Shipyard to ferry men and equipment to and from the main shipbuilding area on the island. It was later replaced with a barge bridge which spanned the entire width of the river allowing uninterrupted flow of men and equipment to and from the island.
Date: unknown
Partner: Heritage House Museum