SS Rebecca Lukens (MC contract 1551) was a Liberty ship built in the United States during World War II. She was the country's first Liberty ship named after a woman industrialist. Dubbed "America's first female CEO of an industrial company" by Fortune Magazine, Rebecca Webb Pennock Lukens owned and managed the iron works which became Lukens Steel Company.
The ship was laid down on January 7, 1944, then launched on March 4, 1944. She was scrapped in 1970.
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