View showing construction site at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18635
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77555
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Employees using a pile driver at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18640
Date
ca 1918
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77560
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Philanthropist Bernard Castro delivering a speech in Ocala, Florida.

19119
Date
1964
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PT00418
to introduce the modern sofa bed/convertible couch mechanism, and in the post-World War II era became one

View showing the 82 foot concrete water tower at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18563
Date
1918
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77482
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing water tower under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18564
Date
1918
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77483
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing construction of water tower at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18565
Date
1918
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77484
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Powerhouse under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18571
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77489
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Timekeepers office under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18572
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77490
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Building No. 17 under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18575
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77494
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Launching Ways #4 under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18577
Date
1918
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77497
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing Building No. 17 under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18579
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77498
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing a building under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18583
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77502
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Launching Ways No. 3 under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18588
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77508
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing Hulls No. 101 and 99 during construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18604
Date
1918
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77524
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Powerhouse under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18607
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77527
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Timekeepers office under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18608
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77528
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing foundation of keel blocks at Launching Ways #2 during construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18609
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77529
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Launching Ways No. 2 under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18610
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77530
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Power house under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18612
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77532
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Merrill-Stevens shipyard employee standing next to drain pipe during construction in Jacksonville, Florida.

18616
Date
ca 1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77536
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Building under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18619
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77539
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing Building No. 17 during construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18625
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77545
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View overlooking construction site at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18626
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77546
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing the storage area south of the fabricating shop under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18627
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77547
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Merrill-Stevens shipyard employee working next to a drain pipe during construction in Jacksonville, Florida.

18630
Date
ca 1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77550
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing buildings under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18631
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77551
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Workers constructing one of the buildings at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18633
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77553
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

View showing a building under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18636
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77556
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Launching Ways No. 3 under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18637
Date
1918
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77557
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

Power house under construction at the Merrill-Stevens shipyard in Jacksonville, Florida.

18639
Date
1917
Collection
Florida Photographic Collection
Image Number
PR77559
the largest Atlantic shipyard south of Norfolk, Va., during World War II. Following the first World War

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