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A guide to the Captain Fred K. Klebingat photograph collection, circa 1900-1961
P80-050 (SAFR 23381)  
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The Captain Fred K. Klebingat photograph collection, circa 1900-1961, bulk 1925-1927, (SAFR 23381, P80-050) is comprised mainly of photographs of crew and sailing vessels that Klebingat worked on, the majority of which are of Zane Grey's South Seas fishing voyage aboard FISHERMAN (built 1919; schooner, 3m: yacht). The collection has been processed to the File Unit level with some Items listed and is open for use.
Captain Fred K. Klebingat (1889-1985) was a sailor throughout his life, a key figure in the drive to establish FALLS OF CLYDE (built 1878; bark, 4m) as a museum ship in Hawaii in the 1960s, the author of many letters and essays about his seafaring life (including the series "Christmas at Sea") and a historian of the age of sail.
265 items.
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This collection is open for use unless otherwise noted.