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Various: pre-war - "The Hog Islanders: Story of 122 American Ships" by Mark Goldberg

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Ship History: "The Hog Islanders: The Story of 122 American Ships" by Mark Goldberg, Volume 1 of the American Merchant Marine History Series, printed 1991, softbound w/ 266 pages.

The late Mark Goldberg was a passionate chronicler of ship history who made his books come alive with wonderful vignettes and astute observations. He covers technical aspects but also describes interior design and lay-outs. All his books contain hundreds of rarely-seen photos and plans. I keep a copy close-by for reference and enjoyment.

In this book he follows the careers of the famous "Hog Islanders", inelegantly named after Philadelphia shipyard where they were built just in time for the end of WW1. They became the workhorses of the sea during the interwar years, serving first America and then foreign ship owners.

Excellent condition from new-old-stock.

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