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“So little opportunity have women had hitherto for demonstrating their capability for business, that it can only be indicated by the success of some particular woman in some unusual and exceptional pursuit; and I know of no better illustration...

A walk around Red Hook starting at PortSide New York's MARY A. WHALEN, in Atlantic Basin, meandering to Red Hook's NYCHA houses and then ending up at the restaurants of Van Brunt Street. This is the start of a feature article. To see the full essay...

The tanker MARY A. Whalen, homeship of PortSide NewYork was built for Ira S. Bushey. Ira S. Bushey started his work life driving mules on the Erie Canal in the latter half of the Nineteenth Century. After trying various jobs he returned to the...

Subjects: Mary A. Whalen

The engine of the MARY A WHALEN is a Model 37 diesel engine manufactured by the Fairbanks-Morse company.  Developed in the 1920s, the engine design was tried and true when MARY was built in 1938 (originally christened as the S.T. Kiddoo.) ...

Subjects: Mary A. Whalen

Explore The Mary Whalen by clicking on the links below and hearing about her places and people. (Links will take you to our PortSide NewYork website) Plimsoll Line audio element. Deck audio element. Tankermen's Cabin audio element. Fidley audio...

Subjects: Mary A. Whalen

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