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A guide to the Writings about Codfishing, undated
HDC0233 (SAFR 17108)  
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  • Title: Writings about Codfishing
    Date: undated
    Identifier/Call Number: HDC0233 (SAFR 17108)
    Creator: Unknown
    Physical Description: 5 items.
    Repository: San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, Historic Documents Department
    Building E, Fort Mason
    San Francisco, CA 94123
    Abstract: Writings about Codfishing (SAFR 17108, HDC 233) consists of five items that are listed here. A copy of an article titled "Fresh Water in Bering Sea" by Captain Ed Shields, undated, from an unidentified publication. "Codfishery to Oceanographic Center, 1877-1967, Parts I & II" by Louise Teather, Landmarks Society Historian, Historical Supplement, Summer 1967 and Fall 1967, Belvedere-Tiburon Landmarks Society. A copy of an article from The Seattle Times, Sunday, December 14, 1969, Glen Carter's Carrousel, "My Milkman Went Fishing" concerns codfishing on board the SOPHIE CHRISTENSON under Captain Shields. The last item was compiled by Glenn Burch and is titled "The Alaska Codfishery." The typed narrative has been transcribed by Burch from a recording he received from Captain Ed Shields. Shields also provided original negatives from which black-and-white photographic prints were prepared and Burch taped them to colored paper with handwritten captions. The narrative concerns the development of the dory for codfishing. The collection is available for research use without restriction.
    Physical Location: San Francisco Maritime NHP, Historic Documents Department
    Language(s): In English.

    Access

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    Publication and Use Rights

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    Processing Note

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    Preferred Citation

    [Item description], [Location within collection organization identified by Collection Number/Series Number/File Unit Number/Item Number], HDC0233 (SAFR 17108), Writings about Codfishing, San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

    Acquisition Information

    SAFR-00001
    This collection was transferred from Golden Gate National Recreation Area to San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

    Historical or Biographical Note

    This finding aid does not have an agency history, biography, or historical note.

    Collection Scope and Content

    Writings about Codfishing (SAFR 17108, HDC 233) consists of five items that are listed here. A copy of an article titled "Fresh Water in Bering Sea" by Captain Ed Shields, undated, from an unidentified publication. "Codfishery to Oceanographic Center, 1877-1967, Parts I & II" by Louise Teather, Landmarks Society Historian, Historical Supplement, Summer 1967 and Fall 1967, Belvedere-Tiburon Landmarks Society. A copy of an article from The Seattle Times, Sunday, December 14, 1969, Glen Carter's Carrousel, "My Milkman Went Fishing" concerns codfishing on board the SOPHIE CHRISTENSON under Captain Shields. The last item was compiled by Glenn Burch and is titled "The Alaska Codfishery." The typed narrative has been transcribed by Burch from a recording he received from Captain Ed Shields. Shields also provided original negatives from which black-and-white photographic prints were prepared and Burch taped them to colored paper with handwritten captions. The narrative concerns the development of the dory for codfishing. The collection is available for research use without restriction.

    Collection Arrangement

    This is a collection of a single item.