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A guide to the Captain A.F. Raynaud papers, 1937-1996
HDC0261 (SAFR 17394)  
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  • Publication and Use Rights
  • Processing Note
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  • Acquisition Information
  • Historical or Biographical Note
  • Collection Scope and Content
  • Collection Arrangement

  • Title: Captain A.F. Raynaud papers
    Date: 1937-1996
    Identifier/Call Number: HDC0261 (SAFR 17394)
    Creator: Unknown
    Physical Description: 19 items.
    Repository: San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, Historic Documents Department
    Building E, Fort Mason
    San Francisco, CA 94123
    Abstract: Captain A.F. Raynaud papers (SAFR 17394, HDC 261) consists of the following items: one page of an article "Home From The Sea" by Bob and Jan Young about the new State maritime monument at Hyde Street pier; a letter dated September 10, 1938 from Jerry MacMullen to Captain Raynaud; an article "On Board the Steamer MAINE Enroute to Balboa" dated October 14, 1938 by Captain Raynaud to Jerry MacMullen; a letter from Captain Raynaud to "Sara" regarding the schooner C.A. THAYER crew's head dated February 5, 1957; photocopies of newspaper articles about the new State maritime monument; and a description and drawing of Haviside sail loft and building on Steuart Street in San Francisco by Captain Raynaud as told to Harold Huycke in 1996. 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

    The descriptions in this collection guide were compiled using the best available sources of information. Such sources include the creator's annotations or descriptions, collection accession files, primary and secondary source material and subject matter experts. While every effort was made to provide accurate information, in the event that you find any errors in this guide please contact the reference staff in order for us to evaulate and make corrections to this guide.
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    Preferred Citation

    [Item description], [Location within collection organization identified by Collection Number/Series Number/File Unit Number/Item Number], HDC0261 (SAFR 17394), Captain A.F. Raynaud papers, San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park

    Acquisition Information

    SAFR-00001
    SAFR-01101
    This collection was transferred from Golden Gate National Recreation Area to San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park. A subsequent accrual was donated by a private individual 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

    Captain A.F. Raynaud papers (SAFR 17394, HDC 261) consists of the following items: one page of an article "Home From The Sea" by Bob and Jan Young about the new State maritime monument at Hyde Street pier; a letter dated September 10, 1938 from Jerry MacMullen to Captain Raynaud; an article "On Board the Steamer MAINE Enroute to Balboa" dated October 14, 1938 by Captain Raynaud to Jerry MacMullen; a letter from Captain Raynaud to "Sara" regarding the schooner C.A. THAYER crew's head dated February 5, 1957; photocopies of newspaper articles about the new State maritime monument; and a description and drawing of Haviside sail loft and building on Steuart Street in San Francisco by Captain Raynaud as told to Harold Huycke in 1996. The collection is available for research use without restriction.

    Collection Arrangement

    Items are arranged into three folders.