| ||Oak hull of the trawler Amagansett, 1912|
Maine Historical Society, Still Image
Keel-level view of the trawler Amagansett as her sturdy oak frame begins to take shape in 1912 in a Rockland boatyard. She was built for the C.A. Stickler & Brothers company. This is part of the Portland Company collection including the years 1850-1920, an engineering firm and foundry in Portland, Maine. The collection includes engineering plans of locomotives, fire engines, marine engines, and other items manufactured by the company, photos, specification books, account books, printing plates and other memorabilia.
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C.A. Stickler & Brothers
Portland Company (Portland, Me.)
Shipbuilding -- Maine -- Rockland