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Golden Gate National Recreation Area
Inmates going through the metal detectors and back up stairs to the yard after working in the industry building, c1935-1960.Download 506 KB
Unidentified Alcatraz Officials checking the inmate's work in the Tailor Shop. Three of the inmates are: #511=Winfred Keaney, #354=Ernest M Wells, and #348= Lee Snyder.Download 387 KB
Photo by: Keith Rocco, artistVirginia Governor John Harvey (1630-35; 1637-39) helped to develop many of the industrial and craft operations at Jamestown early in the second quarter of the seventeenth century. The failure of his industrial ventures highlight both the extent to which development in Jamestown and the colony was linked to individuals, and the difficulty of creating commodities able to compete with tobacco (Keith Rocco, artist).
Located in the remote Keweenaw Peninsula, the Calumet & Hecla had to craft nearly all the parts and materials need for its mine operations. The over 30,000 patterns that the company used to make these parts were stored in this building.Download 2.7 MB