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RMS Queen Mary & HMS Queen Elizabeth

The ships RMS Queen Mary and RMS Queen Elizabeth in New York Harbor. The ships were docked at Pier 90, located at the intersection of 50th and 12th streets.

During World War II these ships were used to carry troops across the Atlantic Ocean. After the war, both ships were converted for passenger use. The ships were own by Cunard White Star (now called Cunard Line).

Note: On the file "RMS Queen Elizabeth" listed as "HMS Queen Elizabeth".
Identifier: NYSA_B1598-99_B14F29_102684
Date: December 22 1948
Language: English
Repository: New York State Archives
Source: New York State Archives, Aerial photographic prints and negatives of New York State sites, 1941-1957, B1598-99. Box 14, Folder 29, Negative Number 102684.
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Alternate Identifier: DMS ID Number: 151978
Relation: Is format of: Digital representation of 8 x 10 inch negative in the New York State Archives. Aerial photographic prints and negatives of New York State sites, 1941-1957, B1598-99

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Manhattan (is associated with)