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San Francisco shipyard earns nomination for National Register of Historic Places

HISTORIAN MARJORIE DOBKIN, Ph.D., is doing an oral history project as part of the National Register of Historic Places Nomination of the Union Iron Works/Bethlehem Steel Shipyard San Francisco (currently operating as BAE Systems San Francisco Ship Repair). If you or someone you know worked at this facility during WWII, please contact Dr. Dobkin at 415-868-0701 or marjoriedobkin@earthlink.net.

Published on the Web: July 16, 2007

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