News article re Bethlehem Steel Shipyard, Hoboken, in The
New York Times, Sunday, April 16, 1972, page 99, New Jersey section.
|Collection||Bethlehem Steel Company, Hoboken Shipyard Archive|
|Scope & Content||
News article, "Craftsmen in Hoboken Treat Casualties of the Sea," about the Bethlehem Steel Shipyard, Hoboken, in The New York Times, Sunday, April 16, 1972, page 99, New Jersey section.
Two columns, 16 inches total, written by Elizabeth McFadden. Describes work being done on the freighter, Capeton Mathios, and mentions several people working at the yard: Clifford Heget (and his father Clarence Heget who had worked there and his grandfather, Jacob Heget who had work at the North River Iron Works (W. & A. Fletcher) on the same site in the 1890's.); William F. Sterzenbach; Clifford B. Bryn.
Sterzenbach, William F.
|Year Range from||1972.0|
W. & A. Fletcher
1301 Hudson St.
S.S. Capeton Mathios
Business & Commerce