After World War II ended and the last of the Liberty ships were launched and outfitted, the South Portland shipyard was a massive, vacant complex of buildings, just waiting for a new life. We’ve written previously about some of the larger employers who moved into the yard over the years, like Portland Machine Tool Works, South Portland Engineering, and General Electric. In recent weeks, we’ve been looking at some of the seafood processors who moved into the West Yard around the outfitting building and piers.

Let’s take a look this week at an interesting company known as LobLure, Inc., and its founder, Osborn Curtis, Jr.

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