The Main Street Iron Works plans (SAFR 278, HDC 0487) contains 113 oversize marine engineering plans executed in ink on linen.
These plans, created by the Fulton Iron Works and/or the Main Street Iron Works between 1901 and 1921, are for engines built
by either company for use in various steam schooners and other ocean-going vessels sailing out of San Francisco.
This collection contains marine engineering plans from two San Francisco companies doing business from the mid-19th to the
early 20th centuries: Main Street Iron Works (also Main Iron Works), and Fulton Iron Works.
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This collection is open for use unless otherwise noted.