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July 2018
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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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August 2018
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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Free

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

View details
Free

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

View details
Free

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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September 2018
Free

Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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October 2018
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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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Line Gallery: Pigs to Pig Iron (Exhibit On Display)

Chaffey Community Museum of Art 217 South Lemon Avenue
Ontario, CA 91761-1623 United States

In 1942, with the growing need  for steel  to build ships to  fight  in World War II,  Henry J.  Kaiser secured  a  tract  of  land  in Fontana  that  had  been  a  pig farm.  There he built  the  first steel mill in the Pacific Coast states. One  of  the  civil  engineers  on the  project  was  Carl  Hooper Gilman,  whose  wife  Esther Bruton  Gilman  was  an  artist and  muralist.  Through  Carl, Esther  gained  access  to  the Kaiser  Steel  construction  site and  painted  a  series  of  eight watercolors  to  depict  the transformation. …

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