Wolf & Zwicker Iron Works, Portland OR
Wolff & Zwicker was an iron works that got into shipbuilding in 1893 and out again in 1903, when it burnt to the ground. Their plant was at the foot of Hawthorne Boulevard, around the east end of the Hawthorne Bridge, and apparently occupied several city blocks. The table below is clearly incomplete: if anyone can add to it, please email email@example.com.
Most recent update: 4 January 2022.
|Hull #||O.N.||Original Name||Original Owner||Type||GT||Feet||Built||Disposition|
|LV 67||Columbia River||US Light House Service||Light Vessel||450||1897||Sold 1930, wrecked 1941|
|LV 70||San Francisco||US Light House Service||Light Vessel||450||1898||Sold 1930, wrecked 1941|
|TB 12||Davis||US Navy||Torpedo Boat||154||148||10-May-99||Sold 1920|
|TB 13||Fox||US Navy||Torpedo Boat||154||148||8-Jul-99||Sold 1916|
|7||161140||Kvichak||Alaska Packers Assn.||Fishing Vessel||1,063||200||1900||Later James B. Houston 1942, Bisayas 1947, Regina 1954, scrapped 1956|
|TB 20||Goldsborough||US Navy||Torpedo Boat||255||198||9-Apr-08||Sold 1919|