A.J. McAllister III, with his wife Vicky, son A.J. IV, and daughter Brooklyn christen a new tug in his daughter's honor in October 1999. Captain Brian McAllister looks on.
The first "double" christening of McAllister tugs Andrew and Rosemary took place in October 2008 at the South Street Seaport.
A family photo taken in the early 1940's shows Brian McAllister at right in the first row next to his brothers Donal and Bruce. From left in middle row: Anthony J. Jr., Marjorie (mom), Anthony J. Sr. (dad) holding Michael. From left in top row are Eileen, Patrice and Marjorie.
James McAllister in his South Street Seaport office.
The fourth, fifth and sixth generations of McAllisters pose for a family photo at the double christening of the Rosemary and the Andrew in 2008.
Buckley McAllister and his wife Beth with daughter Janet christen the Janet McAllister in 2001. A few months later, the Janet and the entire McAllister fleet joined all the tugs in New York Harbor to rescue people escaping from downtown New York on September 11th.
The tug Rowan helps bring the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum back to its berth on the Hudson after repair work in Staten Island.
The William McAllister.
Brian in the wheelhouse.
A painting by Oswald Brett depicts South Street around the time James McAllister went into business.
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