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[New York City Ferryboat]

Description: Photograph of one of three ferryboats built for New York City. Back photograph: "This is one of the three ferryboats built by Levingston for the city of New York: They were completed in 1965. The boats were: LSC Hull No. 647: 'John F. Kennedy', LSC Hull No. 648: 'American Legion', LSC Hull No. 649: 'The Governor Herbert H. Lehman' . 294' x 69' x 21'-3"
Date: unknown
Creator: Gunn's Studio
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Two Ferry boats docked]

Description: Photograph of two ferry boats. The "John F. Kennedy" and the "American Legion" are shown docked next to each other. There are two men visible on the ships. Back of photograph: "LSC Hull No. 647 "John F. Kennedy" at left and LSC Hull No. 648 "American Legion" at right. Ferry boats for city of New York delivered 1965. 294' x 69' x 21' - 3"."
Date: unknown
Creator: Gunn's Studio
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Cabot Corp]

Description: Photograph of the Cabot Corp. facility. There are cars parked in front of the one of the buildings and a water tower in the background. There is a power line in front of Cabot Corp.
Date: unknown
Creator: Gunn's Studio
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Crown Zellerbach Corp.]

Description: Photograph of Crown Zellerbach Corporation. There are parked automobiles surrounding the building, a railroad track in the foreground, and a sign that reads, "Safety rules are for your protection."
Date: unknown
Creator: Gunn's Studio
Partner: Heritage House Museum

[Aerial Photograph of Residential Orange, Texas]

Description: Photograph of an aerial view of Orange, Texas.Top right in picture is the US Navy ship storage facility on the Sabine River.Piers and Decommissioned Navy Ships can be seen. Part of the WWII Riverside housing project can be seen just in front of the ships. The Navy Base and the housing project no longer exist. The road on the left of the picture crosses a bridge at the Sabine River into Louisiana. This road and river crossing is now known as Interstate Highway 10.
Date: unknown
Creator: T.L. Gunn's Studio
Partner: Heritage House Museum