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A guide to the Gordon Riehl photograph collection, circa 1935-1965
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Box 1-5; Nitrate Storage

Series 1.  Photographs, circa 1935-1965 (bulk circa 1935-1940)

Extent: 267 photographs (823 physical forms: 252 nitrate negatives, 253 preservation contact interpositives, 253 preservation copy negatives, and 65 photographic prints)

Scope and Content Note

There are only two known vessels in this Series that Riehl sailed on during his time as a mariner: STAR OF FINLAND (built 1899; bark, 3m) (renamed KAIULANI when he sailed on the vessel) and C.A. THAYER (built 1895; schooner, 3m). Riehl may have sailed on other vessels found in this Series, but it could not be confirmed at the time of processing. The majority of the vessels in this Series are of unknown relation to his career.
This series primarily contains photographs of sailing vessels docked and anchored, with a few shots of vessels underway. There are also a few photographs of steamships. Most of the photographs were taken in Washington, Oregon and California, possibly by Gordon Riehl or unknown photographers.
There are also photographs of vessels prior to the United States' entrance into World War II in December 1941, before the U.S. government acquired them for use in the war effort; these vessels include C.A. THAYER (built 1895; schooner, 3m), C.S. HOLMES (built 1893; schooner, 4m), ERSKINE M. PHELPS (built 1898; bark, 4m), SOPHIE CHRISTENSON (built 1901; schooner, 4m), STAR OF FINLAND (built 1899; bark, 3m), WAWONA (built 1897; schooner, 3m), and WILLIAM TAYLOR (built 1917; schooner, 4m), among others.

Arrangement

Arranged into 34 File Units. File Units 01-32 are arranged alphabetically by vessel name. File Unit 33 contains Pacific Coast Codfish Company vessels. File Unit 34 contains unidentified vessels.
Box 1-3; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 01.  Alice Tebb (built 1919; steam schooner), approximately 1936-1940

Extent: 7 photographs (21 physical forms).
Physical Description: 7 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 7 black-and-white contact interpositives; 7 black-and-white copy negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Docked, in a drydock, and underway.
FOREST KING was built by Grant, Smith, Porter in Aberdeen, Washington. In the mid- to late- 1930s, the vessel's name was changed to ALICE TEBB. She sank in 1940.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 016.  Alice Tebb (built 1919; steam schooner) in drydock, bow view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4.25 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 017.  Alice Tebb (built 1919; steam schooner) docked, port quarter view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4.25 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

Gangway in view. "ALICE TEBB of Aberdeen" visible on the stern.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 018.  Alice Tebb (built 1919; steam schooner) docked, starboard bow view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 4.5 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 065.  Alice Tebb (built 1919; steam schooner) deck view looking forward while underway with a load of lumber, approximately 1936-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4.375 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

A group of seagulls are lined up along the edge of the deck load.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 112.  Alice Tebb (built 1919; steam schooner) in drydock, bow view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

Men are at work on the port side of the hull.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 113.  Alice Tebb (built 1919; steam schooner) docked, starboard quarter view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.875 in.

Scope and Content Note

Gangway in view. "ALICE TEBB of Aberdeen" visible on the stern.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 125.  Alice Tebb (built 1919; steam schooner) docked, starboard broadside view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.5 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.375 x 3.5 in.
Box 5

File Unit 02.  Bimi (built 1955; ketch: yacht), circa 1955-1965

Extent: 1 photograph (1 physical form).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

View on board of Karl Kortum and Henry Rusk.
BIMI was built by the Nunes Brothers in Sausalito, California. Basil Knauth owned the vessel from 1955 until his death in 1984.
Box 5

Item No. 264.  Karl Kortum and Henry Rusk aboard Bimi (built 1955; ketch: yacht), circa 1955-1965

Extent: 1 photograph (1 physical form).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white photographic print, 3.5 x 5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "Henry Rusk K.K. aboard 'Bimi,' Basil Knauth's boat." Stamped on the print verso: "#769."

Scope and Content Note

Karl has his hand on the tiller. Neither man is looking at the camera.
Box 1, 3-4; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 03.  C.S. Holmes (built 1893; schooner, 4m), circa 1935-1940

Extent: 4 photographs (12 physical forms).
Physical Description: 4 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 4 black-and-white contact interpositives; 4 black-and-white copy negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Tied up, likely at Seattle, Washington. SANTIAGO (built 1885; barge), a former bark, is alongside in three of the photographs.
C.S. HOLMES was built at the Hall Brothers shipyard in Port Blakely, Washington. At the beginning of World War II, the U.S. government requisitioned the vessel and converted her to a barge.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 014.  C.S. Holmes (built 1893; schooner, 4m) tied up, bow view, possibly at Seattle, Washington, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4.125 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 4 in.

Scope and Content Note

Logs are floating in the foreground. The stern of SANTIAGO (built 1885; barge) is partially in view on the left alongside C.S. HOLMES. An unidentified steamer is alongside on the right.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 015.  C.S. Holmes (built 1893; schooner, 4m), close-up view of the port side of the stern while tied up, possibly at Seattle, Washington, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4.375 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 4 in.

Scope and Content Note

SANTIAGO (built 1885; barge) is alongside in the background.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 106.  C.S. Holmes (built 1893; schooner, 4m) docked at Foss Pier, Seattle, Washington, middle distance port quarter view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.875 in.

Scope and Content Note

Two tugboats are docked in front of the Foss Tug building. An unidentified ferry or riverboat is docked to the right of C.S. HOLMES.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 165.  C.S. Holmes (built 1893; schooner, 4m) tied up with Santiago (built 1885; barge) alongside, possibly at Seattle, Washington, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

Bow view of C.S. HOLMES and stern view of SANTIAGO. An unidentified steamer is alongside to the right of C.S. HOLMES.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 04.  Commerce (built 1900; schooner, 4m), circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive; 1 black-and-white copy negative.

Scope and Content Note

Anchored. The photograph may have been taken in Sausalito, California, but it is not confirmed.
COMMERCE was built at Hay & Wright Shipyard in Alameda, California. In 1921, she was laid up in San Francisco, California, and in 1934 she was moved to Sausalito, California, to serve as a floating home. (Source: Lyman, John. "Pacific Coast-Built Sailers, 1850-1905." Marine Digest (March 22, 1941): 2.)
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 137.  Commerce (built 1900; schooner, 4m) anchored, port broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.
Box 2, 4; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 05.  Conqueror (built 1918; barkentine, 4m), circa 1935-1940

Extent: 3 photographs (9 physical forms).
Physical Description: 3 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 3 black-and-white contact interpositives; 3 black-and-white copy negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Docked.
CONQUEROR was built by the Rolph Shipbuilding Company in Fairhaven, California.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 073.  Conqueror (built 1918; barkentine, 4m) docked, port quarter view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.75 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 074.  Conqueror (built 1918; barkentine, 4m) docked, view showing forward portion of the port hull, including the foremast and mainmast, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4.5 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.625 in.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 202.  Conqueror (built 1918; barkentine, 4m) docked, bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 4 in.

Scope and Content Note

Distant view. Numerous log are floating in the foreground.
Box 1-2; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 06.  Daylight (built 1902; bark, 4m), circa 1935-1941

Extent: 2 photographs (6 physical forms).
Physical Description: 2 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 2 black-and-white contact interpositives; 2 black-and-white copy negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Anchored and laid up while a barge. SANTA ROSA (built 1927; ferry) is alongside in the photograph taken at Winslow, Washington.
DAYLIGHT was a steel bark built by Russel & Co. at Port Glasgow, Scotland. She was reduced to a barge in 1924. She was laid up in Winslow, Washington, from approximately 1934-1941 and renamed TANGARA in 1942.
SANTA ROSA was purchased by the Puget Sound Navigation Company in 1940, and moved to Winslow in 1941 for modifications by the Winslow Marine Railway & Shipbuilding Company. She was renamed ENETAI.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 027.  Daylight (built 1902; bark, 4m) anchored while a barge, close-up of starboard side of bow, circa 1935-1941

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4.25 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.875 x 4.25 in. "Riehl" is written at the bottom of the negative.

Scope and Content Note

Figurehead and truncated bowsprit in view.

Related Material

Same image as D10.06938 in the SFMNHP Classified photograph collection. This Item is described as a view of the bow after the vessel's conversion into a barge at Long Beach, California; however the location might be misidentified.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 104.  Daylight (built 1902; bark, 4m) laid up as a barge at Winslow, Washington, bow view, circa 1941

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.75 in. "Riehl" is written at the bottom of the negative.

Scope and Content Note

SANTA ROSA (built 1927; ferry) is partially in view alongside.

Related Material

Same image as F01.06940 in the SFMNHP Classified photograph collection.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 07.  Delta King (built 1926; paddle riverboat), circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive; 1 black-and-white copy negative.

Scope and Content Note

Underway on San Francisco Bay or San Pablo Bay, California.
DELTA KING operated in Northern California between Sacramento and San Francisco.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 136.  Delta King (built 1926; paddle riverboat) underway, port quarter view, likely on San Francisco Bay or San Pablo Bay, California, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

"The River Lines" and "San Francisco & Sacramento 6 PM Daily" are painted on the hull. An unidentified bridge is in the distant background.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 08.  Diamond Head (built 1866; bark, 3m), circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive; 1 black-and-white copy negative; 1 black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

Docked as a barge outside the Lake Union Steam Plant, Seattle, Washington.
GAINSBOROUGH, a three-masted ship, was built by C. Lungley in London, England. At some point she was re-rigged as a bark. After going ashore on a reef in 1896 at Diamond Head, Honolulu, Hawaii, she was repaired and renamed DIAMOND HEAD. In 1910, she was converted to a barge. In 1913, she was sold to the General Petroleum Company for use as an oil storage hulk in Lake Union, Seattle, Washington.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 081.  Diamond Head (built 1866; bark, 3m) docked as a barge outside the Lake Union Steam Plant, Seattle, Washington, starboard broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 09.  Eloisa (schooner, 2m), circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive; 1 black-and-white copy negative.

Scope and Content Note

Docked.
ELOISA was a lumber schooner.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 049.  Eloisa (schooner, 2m) docked, port bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.625 in.

Scope and Content Note

Three men are aloft the mainmast. Other men are on the dock. The stern of a cruise ship is visible behind the pier shed in the background.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 10.  Erskine M. Phelps (built 1898; bark, 4m), 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive; 1 black-and-white copy negative.

Scope and Content Note

In the stream as a barge.
ERSKINE M. PHELPS was a steel bark built by A. Sewall & Co. in Bath, Maine. She was reduced to a barge in 1913 by the Union Oil Co. During World War II, the U.S. government requisitioned the vessel.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 167.  Erskine M. Phelps (built 1898; bark, 4m) in the stream as a barge, port broadside view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

An unidentified tugboat is alongside.
Box 1-5; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 11.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht), 1939-1953

Extent: 21 photographs (65 physical forms).
Physical Description: 21 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 21 black-and-white contact interpositives; 21 black-and-white copy negatives; 2 black-and-white photographic prints.

Scope and Content Note

Anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington.
FANTOME, owned by A. E. Guinness, arrived in Portage Bay in 1939. She remained anchored there for 14 years.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 019.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht) anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington, close-up view of the stern, 1939-1953

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4.125 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.625 x 3.875 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 020.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht) anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington, port side view of the bow showing the figurehead, 1939-1953

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4.125 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 4.125 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 021.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht) anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington, single mast and rigging view, 1939-1953

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 4.25 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 022.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht) anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington, bow view, 1939-1953

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.57 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 4 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 023.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht) anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington, view of the foremast and mainmast, 1939-1953

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.625 in.

Scope and Content Note

Masts as seen from alongside the vessel.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 024.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht) anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington, port quarter view, 1939-1953

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 4 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 025.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht) anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington, port broadside view, 1939-1953

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.875 x 4.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.875 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 026.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht) anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington, starboard quarter view, 1939-1953

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 3 x 3.625 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 096.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht) anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington, view of masts, 1939-1953

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4.125 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

Masts as seen from alongside the vessel. Three of the four masts are in view.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 097.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht) anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington, starboard broadside view, 1939-1953

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 098.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht) anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington, starboard quarter view, 1939-1953

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.5 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 134.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht) anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington, starboard broadside view, 1939-1953

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.375 x 3.625 in.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 163.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht) anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington, port bow view, 1939-1953

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 164.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht) anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington, bow view, 1939-1953

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 189.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht) anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington, starboard quarter view, 1939-1953

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.875 in.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 191.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht) anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington, bow view, 1939-1953

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 192.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht) anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington, port quarter view, 1939-1953

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 218.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht) anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington, port bow view as seen from a distance, 1939-1953

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Stamped on the print verso: "61."
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 219.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht) anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington, starboard broadside view, 1939-1953

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 220.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht) anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington, stern view, 1939-1953

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 221.  Fantome (built 1927; schooner, 4m: yacht) anchored in Portage Bay, Seattle, Washington, starboard bow view, 1939-1953

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.875 in.
Box 3, 5; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 12.  Foz do Douro (built 1892; barkentine, 4m), 1947

Extent: 9 photographs (24 physical forms).
Physical Description: 7 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 7 black-and-white contact interpositives; 7 black-and-white copy negatives; 3 black-and-white photographic prints.

Scope and Content Note

Docked and deck views with unidentified men on board at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
HAWAIIAN ISLES was a steel bark built by C. Connell & Co. of Glasgow, Scotland. She was renamed STAR OF GREENLAND in 1910; ABRAHAM RYDBERG in 1929; and FOZ DO DOURO in 1943. She was reduced to a barkentine in 1946 and broken up in 1957.

Related Material

See also SFMNHP Classified photograph collection Items I09.27594.01-.04 for additional views of FOZ DO DOURO at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1947, donated by Gordon Riehl.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 114.  Five men gathered around the wheel of Foz do Douro (built 1892; barkentine, 4m) while docked at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1947

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.25 in.

Scope and Content Note

One man is holding a life preserver.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 115.  Man at the wheel of Foz do Douro (built 1892; barkentine, 4m) while docked at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1947

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.125 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 3.25 x 3 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 116.  Man at the wheel of Foz do Douro (built 1892; barkentine, 4m) while docked at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1947

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.25 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 2.875 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 117.  Five men aloft on a mast yard of Foz do Douro (built 1892; barkentine, 4m) at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1947

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.25 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.125 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 118.  Five men gathered around the wheel of Foz do Douro (built 1892; barkentine, 4m) while docked at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1947

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.125 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.125 in.

Scope and Content Note

Three of the men are posing behind a life preserver.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 119.  Five men standing on the deck of Foz do Douro (built 1892; barkentine, 4m) at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1947

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.875 x 3 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.875 x 3.125 in.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 243.  Two men at the end of the bowsprit of Foz do Douro (built 1892; barkentine, 4m) while docked at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1947

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 2.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 2.625 in.

Scope and Content Note

View as seen from the forecastle.
Box 5

Item No. 255.  Foz do Douro (built 1892; barkentine, 4m) docked at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, port bow view, 1947

Extent: 1 photograph (1 physical form).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 2.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "RAY."
Box 5

Item No. 256.  Foz do Douro (built 1892; barkentine, 4m) docked at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, close up of port side bow, 1947

Extent: 1 photograph (1 physical form).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 2.5 in.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 13.  Ginny (sloop: yacht), circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive; 1 black-and-white copy negative.

Scope and Content Note

Underway.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 224.  Ginny (sloop: yacht) underway, starboard quarter view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 4 in.

Scope and Content Note

Four people are on board.
Box 2, 5; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 14.  Glacier (built 1891; steamship), circa 1935-1940

Extent: 3 photographs (9 physical forms).
Physical Description: 3 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 3 black-and-white contact interpositives; 3 black-and-white copy negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Three similar views of GLACIER anchored at Baltimore, Maryland.
PORT CHALMERS was built by J. L. Thompson & Sons in England. The vessel was acquired by the U.S. Navy and was briefly renamed DELMONICO before ultimately being renamed GLACIER in 1898. In 1922, Barde Steel & Machinery Co. of Seattle, Washington, purchased the vessel. She was later owned by Northern Fisheries (approximately 1925) and Alaska Salmon Company (approximately 1938). New owners renamed her CARBELLA in 1941 and PRESIDENTE JUAREZ in 1945.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 072.  Glacier (built 1891; steamship) anchored at Baltimore, Maryland, starboard bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4.125 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 4.25 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 082.  Glacier (built 1891; steamship) anchored at Baltimore, Maryland, starboard bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 209.  Glacier (built 1891; steamship) anchored at Baltimore, Maryland, starboard bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.875 in.
Box 1-5; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 15.  Idle Hour (built 1922; ketch: yacht), circa 1940

Extent: 10 photographs (30 physical forms).
Physical Description: 10 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 10 black-and-white contact interpositives; 10 black-and-white copy negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Docked at the foot of Washington Street, Seattle, Washington, and underway.
IDLE HOUR was built in Tacoma, Washington, by Carl Kathfin for his own use. Dwight Long (1912-2001) purchased the vessel in 1932 for an around-the-world trip. He left Seattle, Washington, on September 20, 1934, for a six-year journey. In 1938, Long published a book about his experience up to his arrival in London, England, titled "Sailing All Seas in the Idle Hour".
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 036.  Idle Hour (built 1922; ketch: yacht) docked at the foot of Washington Street, Seattle, Washington, starboard quarter view, circa 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 3 x 4.5 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.875 x 4 in.

Scope and Content Note

A group of men and women are viewing the vessel from the pier. A sign hanging from the mast reads "The Idle Hour / 50,000 miles- 'round the world / open for inspection / Admission 10 [cents] - to help cover traveling expense."
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 071.  Idle Hour (built 1922; ketch: yacht) docked at the foot of Washington Street, Seattle, Washington, stern view, circa 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

A sign hanging from the mast reads "The Idle Hour / 50,000 miles- 'round the world / open for inspection / Admission 10 [cents] - to help cover traveling expense." One man is aboard. Additional people are on the pier. A Seattle Harbor patrol boat is partially in view on the right. The vessel underway in the background is likely KALAKALA (built 1926; ferry).
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 135.  Idle Hour (built 1922; ketch: yacht) underway at Seattle, Washington, starboard quarter view, circa 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

The George Washington Memorial Bridge is in the background.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 158.  Idle Hour (built 1922; ketch: yacht) docked at the foot of Washington Street, Seattle, Washington, bow view, circa 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

A young girl is stepping from the vessel to the pier. There are additional people also in view aboard the vessel and on the pier. A "City of Seattle Harbor Patrol" sign is on the pier. Buildings are in the background.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 159.  Idle Hour (built 1922; ketch: yacht) underway, likely near Seattle, Washington, starboard bow view, circa 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.

Scope and Content Note

The sails are furled.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 206.  Idle Hour (built 1922; ketch: yacht) underway likely near Seattle, Washington, starboard bow view, circa 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.

Scope and Content Note

The sails are furled.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 236.  Idle Hour (built 1922; ketch: yacht) docked at the foot of Washington Street, Seattle, Washington, starboard bow view, circa 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

People are viewing the vessel from the pier. A "City of Seattle Harbor Patrol" sign is on the pier and a Seattle Harbor Patrol vessel is partially in view on the left. The O.K. Hotel is one of the buildings in the background.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 237.  Idle Hour (built 1922; ketch: yacht) docked at the foot of Washington Street, Seattle, Washington, starboard quarter view, circa 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

Two men are on board and additional people are viewing the vessel from the pier. A sign hanging from the mast reads "The Idle Hour / 50,000 miles- 'round the world / open for inspection / Admission 10 [cents] - to help cover traveling expense."

Related Material

Same image as F01.27963.01 in the SFMNHP Classified photograph collection.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 238.  Idle Hour (built 1922; ketch: yacht) docked at the foot of Washington Street, Seattle, Washington, starboard bow view, circa 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

People are aboard the vessel and viewing it from the pier. The O.K. Hotel is one of the buildings in the background. A "City of Seattle Harbor Patrol" sign is on the pier and a Seattle Harbor Patrol vessel is partially in view on the left.

Related Material

Same image as F01.27963.02 in the SFMNHP Classified photograph collection.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 239.  Idle Hour (built 1922; ketch: yacht) docked at the foot of Washington Street, Seattle, Washington, port bow view, circa 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.875 in.

Scope and Content Note

A man is standing on the bowsprit. A man and a woman are on board near the stern. A "City of Seattle Harbor Patrol" sign is on the pier and a Seattle Harbor Patrol vessel is partially in view on the left.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 16.  La Merced (built 1917; schooner, 4m), circa 1935-1940

Extent: 2 photographs (7 physical forms).
Physical Description: 2 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 2 black-and-white contact interpositives; 2 black-and-white copy negatives; 1 black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

Docked.
LA MERCED was built by James Robertson in Benicia, California.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 044.  La Merced (built 1917; schooner, 4m) docked, port broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4.25 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.875 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 045.  La Merced (built 1917; schooner, 4m) docked, port quarter view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.875 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.75 x 3.625 in.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 17.  Louise (built 1892; schooner, 3m), circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive; 1 black-and-white copy negative.

Scope and Content Note

Anchored.
LOUISE was built by H.D. Bendixsen in Fairhaven, California.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 241.  Louise (built 1892; schooner, 3m) anchored, starboard broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.875 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 18.  Mabel & Ruth (built 1896; schooner, 3m), circa 1935-1940

Extent: 2 photographs (6 physical forms).
Physical Description: 2 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 2 black-and-white contact interpositives; 2 black-and-white copy negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Docked at Baltimore, Maryland.
MABEL & RUTH was built by J.M.C. Moore in Bethel, Delaware. The vessel's home port was Washington, DC.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 042.  Mabel & Ruth (built 1896; schooner, 3m) docked at Baltimore, Maryland, stern view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4.125 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.625 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 043.  Mabel & Ruth (built 1896; schooner, 3m) docked at Baltimore, Maryland, port quarter view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

Logs are floating in the foreground. A steamship is partially in view on the right.
Box 1, 3; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 19.  Minos Princess (barge?), circa 1935-1940

Extent: 2 photographs (6 physical forms).
Physical Description: 2 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 2 black-and-white contact interpositives; 2 black-and-white copy negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Docked.
The vessel's original sailing rig prior to conversion to a barge is unknown. She is photographed with two masts.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 038.  Minos Princess (barge?) docked, bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.5 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 4 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 143.  Minos Princess (barge?) docked, port bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.
Box 1, 5; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 20.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m), 1939-1941

Extent: 13 photographs (45 physical forms).
Physical Description: 13 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 13 black-and-white contact interpositives; 13 black-and-white copy negatives; 6 black-and-white photographic prints.

Scope and Content Note

Docked at Pier 43-1/2, San Francisco, California.
BALCLUTHA was a steel-hulled ship built by Charles Connell and Company in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1886. She served in the Europe-San Francisco grain trade and Pacific Coast lumber trade. In 1904, BALCLUTHA was sold to the Alaska Packers Association for use as a salmon packet. She was renamed STAR OF ALASKA in 1906. In 1933, she was sold to Frank Kissinger who renamed her PACIFIC QUEEN and exhibited her as a "pirate ship." In 1954, she was purchased by the San Francisco Maritime Museum, and was restored to her former appearance and name. Today, BALCLUTHA is preserved as a museum ship at the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

Related Material

See also SFMNHP Classified photograph collection Items A01.40252, A01.40256, A01.40257, A01.40964, A01.40965, A09.40968, V71.40966, and V71.40967 for additional views of PACIFIC QUEEN at Pier 43-1/2, San Francisco, California, in August 1940, likely photographed by Gordon Riehl.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 004.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) mast and rigging, 1939-1941

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.4 x 4 in.

Scope and Content Note

Possibly docked at Pier 43-1/2, San Francisco, California.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 005.  Man at the wheel of Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m), possibly while docked at Pier 43-1/2, San Francisco, California, 1939-1941

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.875 x 4 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 013.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) docked at Pier 43-1/2, San Francisco, California, starboard quarter view, 1939-1941

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

A dummy male figure is hanging from the foreyard. An American flag and a skull and crossbones pirate flag are flying from the rigging.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 050.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) masts and rigging, 1939-1941

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.375 x 3.375 in.

Scope and Content Note

Possibly docked at Pier 43-1/2, San Francisco, California.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 051.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) mast and rigging, 1939-1941

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4.25 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

Possibly docked at Pier 43-1/2, San Francisco, California.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 052.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) docked at Pier 43-1/2, San Francisco, California, bow view, 1939-1941

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.625 in.

Scope and Content Note

A dummy male figure is hanging from the foreyard. A skull and crossbones pirate flag is flying from the rigging.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 229.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) docked at Pier 43-1/2, San Francisco, California, stern view, 1939-1941

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.

Scope and Content Note

A dummy male figure is hanging from the foreyard. An American flag and a skull and crossbones pirate flag are flying from the rigging.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 230.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) poop deck, showing steering wheel and skylight, 1939-1941

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

Boom of the mizzenmast is also in view, from which a lantern is hanging. Likely while docked at Pier 43-1/2, San Francisco, California.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 231.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) docked at Pier 43-1/2, San Francisco, California, starboard bow view, 1939-1941

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Stamped on the print verso: "47."

Scope and Content Note

A dummy male figure is hanging from the foreyard. A skull and crossbones pirate flag is flying from the rigging. A ticket booth is on the pier next to the entrance to the vessel.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 244.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) docked at Pier 43-1/2, San Francisco, California, port quarter view, 1939-1941

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 3 x 4 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "Pacific Queen."

Scope and Content Note

Telegraph Hill and Coit Tower are in the distance. A PG&E gas plant is partially in view on the right.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 245.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) docked at Pier 43-1/2, San Francisco, California, port quarter view, 1939-1941

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 3 x 4 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "Pacific Queen."

Scope and Content Note

Telegraph Hill and Coit Tower are in the distance. A PG&E gas plant is partially in view on the right.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 246.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) docked at Pier 43-1/2, San Francisco, California, starboard broadside view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "'Pacific Queen' in Frisco 1940."

Scope and Content Note

A ticket booth is on the pier next to the entrance to the vessel.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 247.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) docked at Pier 43-1/2, San Francisco, California, starboard quarter view, 1939-1941

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Stamped on the print verso: "47."

Scope and Content Note

A dummy male figure is hanging from the foreyard. A skull and crossbones pirate flag is flying from the rigging.
Box 2, 5; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 21.  St. Paul (built 1874; ship, 3m), 1935-1942

Extent: 12 photographs (39 physical forms).
Physical Description: 12 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 12 black-and-white contact interpositives; 12 black-and-white copy negatives; 3 black-and-white photographic prints.

Scope and Content Note

Shown with shortened masts at Government Locks, Lake Washington, Seattle, Washington.
ST. PAUL was built by Capman & Flint in Bath, Maine. The Puget Sound Academy of Science established a marine museum aboard her in 1930.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 078.  St. Paul (built 1874; ship, 3m) docked at Government Locks, Lake Washington Canal, Seattle, Washington, starboard broadside view, 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4.125 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.875 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

View from a distance.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 079.  St. Paul (built 1874; ship, 3m) docked at Government Locks, Lake Washington Canal, Seattle, Washington, deck view as seen from aloft the foremast looking aft, 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.875 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 4 in.

Scope and Content Note

Logs are floating behind the vessel.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 080.  St. Paul (built 1874; ship, 3m) docked at Government Locks, Lake Washington Canal, Seattle, Washington, port bow view, 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.625 in.

Scope and Content Note

A man is standing on the fore shrouds.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 085.  Man climbing aloft the mainmast aboard St. Paul (built 1874; ship, 3m) while docked at Government Locks, Lake Washington Canal, Seattle, Washington, 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.75 x 3.75 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 086.  St. Paul (built 1874; ship, 3m) docked at Government Locks, Lake Washington Canal, Seattle, Washington, deck view as seen from aloft the mainmast looking forward, 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.75 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

Great Northern Railroad Bridge is in the background on the left.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 087.  St. Paul (built 1874; ship, 3m) docked at Government Locks, Lake Washington Canal, Seattle, Washington, forecastle deck apparently as seen from aloft the fore shrouds, 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 4 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 088.  St. Paul (built 1874; ship, 3m) docked at Government Locks, Lake Washington Canal, Seattle, Washington, view of port side bow, 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.75 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 089.  St. Paul (built 1874; ship, 3m) docked at Government Locks, Lake Washington Canal, Seattle, Washington, deck view as seen looking forward from the poop deck, 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.75 x 3.625 in.

Scope and Content Note

Great Northern Railroad Bridge is in the background on the left.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 213.  Man standing on the mainmast top aboard St. Paul (built 1874; ship, 3m) as seen from the deck while docked at Government Locks, Lake Washington Canal, Seattle, Washington, 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 214.  Man in the shrouds aboard St. Paul (built 1874; ship, 3m) as seen from the deck while docked at Government Locks, Lake Washington Canal, Seattle, Washington, 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 215.  Man seated on the bowsprit of St. Paul (built 1874; ship, 3m) as seen from the forward deck while docked at Government Locks, Lake Washington Canal, Seattle, Washington, 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.875 in.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 216.  Man standing on the bowsprit footrope of St. Paul (built 1874; ship, 3m) as seen from the fore shrouds while docked at Government Locks, Lake Washington Canal, Seattle, Washington, 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.
Box 1-2; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 22.  Sir Thomas J. Lipton (built 1919; schooner, 4m), 1939 July 4

Extent: 13 photographs (40 physical forms).
Physical Description: 13 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 13 black-and-white contact interpositives; 13 black-and-white copy negatives; 1 black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

Laid up at Astoria, Oregon. Includes deck views. William Bartz is photographed on board.
SIR THOMAS J. LIPTON was a wooden schooner built by the Brunswick Marine Construction Corporation in Brunswick, Georgia.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 028.  Sir Thomas J. Lipton (built 1919; schooner, 4m) laid up at Astoria, Oregon, view of masts as seen from off the starboard bow looking aft, 1939 July 4

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 3 x 4.125 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 4 in.

Related Material

Same image as F08.27596.05 in the SFMNHP Classified photograph collection, also donated by Gordon Riehl.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 029.  Sir Thomas J. Lipton (built 1919; schooner, 4m) laid up at Astoria, Oregon, deck view looking aft, 1939 July 4

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.75 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 030.  William Bartz on the bowsprit of Sir Thomas J. Lipton (built 1919; schooner, 4m) as seen from forward on deck while laid up at Astoria, Oregon, 1939 July 4

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.875 x 4.375 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.375 x 3.375 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "William Bartz on the bowsprit looking forward."

Related Material

Same image as F08.27596.03 in the SFMNHP Classified photograph collection, also donated by Gordon Riehl.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 031.  William Bartz aloft the foremast of Sir Thomas J. Lipton (built 1919; schooner, 4m) as seen from the deck while laid up at Astoria, Oregon, 1939 July 4

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.875 x 4 in.

Related Material

Same image as F08.27596.01 in the SFMNHP Classified photograph collection, also donated by Gordon Riehl.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 032.  William Bartz aloft in the foremast rigging of Sir Thomas J. Lipton (built 1919; schooner, 4m) as seen from the deck while laid up at Astoria, Oregon, 1939 July 4

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.625 in.

Related Material

Same image as F08.27596.02 in the SFMNHP Classified photograph collection, also donated by Gordon Riehl.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 033.  Sir Thomas J. Lipton (built 1919; schooner, 4m) laid up at Astoria, Oregon, bow view, 1939 July 4

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.875 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.625 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 034.  William Bartz out on a foremast yard of Sir Thomas J. Lipton (built 1919; schooner, 4m) as seen from the deck while laid up at Astoria, Oregon, 1939 July 4

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 4 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 035.  Sir Thomas J. Lipton (built 1919; schooner, 4m) laid up at Astoria, Oregon, port broadside view, 1939 July 4

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Related Material

Same image as F08.27596.06 in the SFMNHP Classified photograph collection, also donated by Gordon Riehl.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 099.  Sir Thomas J. Lipton (built 1919; schooner, 4m) laid up at Astoria, Oregon, deck view looking forward from abaft the mainmast, 1939 July 4

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

A sail is in a pile on the deck in the foreground.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 100.  Man on the bowsprit of Sir Thomas J. Lipton (built 1919; schooner, 4m) as seen from forward on deck while laid up at Astoria, Oregon, 1939 July 4

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 101.  Sir Thomas J. Lipton (built 1919; schooner, 4m) laid up at Astoria, Oregon, deck view looking aft likely as seen from the starboard spanker mast lower shrouds, 1939 July 4

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 102.  Sir Thomas J. Lipton (built 1919; schooner, 4m) laid up at Astoria, Oregon, deck view looking aft as seen from the forecastle, 1939 July 4

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 103.  Sir Thomas J. Lipton (built 1919; schooner, 4m) laid up at Astoria, Oregon, deck view looking aft as seen from the near the mizzenmast, 1939 July 4

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.875 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.
Box 4-5; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 23.  Skippy (yacht), circa 1935-1940

Extent: 5 photographs (15 physical forms).
Physical Description: 5 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 5 black-and-white contact interpositives; 5 black-and-white copy negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Underway.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 198.  Skippy (yacht) underway, starboard broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.125 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.125 in.

Scope and Content Note

Lateen-rigged small craft. One man is aboard.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 199.  Skippy (yacht) underway, bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.5 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.

Scope and Content Note

Lateen-rigged small craft. One man is aboard.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 200.  Skippy (yacht) underway, starboard bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.

Scope and Content Note

Lateen-rigged small craft. One man is aboard.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 222.  Skippy (yacht) underway, starboard bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

Lateen-rigged small craft. One man is aboard.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 226.  Skippy (yacht) underway, starboard bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

Lateen-rigged small craft. One man is aboard.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 24.  Star of England (built 1893; bark, 3m), Star of Holland (built 1885; bark, 3m), Star of Lapland (built 1902; bark, 4m), and Star of Shetland (built 1899; bark, 4m), circa 1935

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive; 1 black-and-white copy negative.

Scope and Content Note

Alaska Packers Association vessels laid up in Alameda, California.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 240.  Alaska Packers Association fleet laid up in Alameda, California, circa 1935

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 4 x 5.375 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 4 x 5.375 in.

Scope and Content Note

View from the land looking over a fence at the vessels' bows. The envelope typed by SAFR staff states that the vessels are, from left to right, "SHETLD, S.U.K., HOLLAND, and LAPIO." The vessels are possibly STAR OF SHETLAND (built 1899; bark, 4m), STAR OF ENGLAND (built 1893; bark, 3m), STAR OF HOLLAND (built 1885; bark, 3m), and STAR OF LAPLAND (built 1902; bark, 4m).
Box 1-5; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 25.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m), 1939-1940

Extent: 35 photographs (124 physical forms).
Physical Description: 34 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 34 black-and-white contact interpositives; 34 black-and-white copy negatives; 22 black-and-white photographic prints.

Scope and Content Note

Docked at Oakland, California, and Alameda, California.
KAIULANI was built in Bath, Maine, by Arthur Sewall & Co. for A. Hackfield & Company's Hawaiian Line. In 1908, KAIULANI was bought by the Matson Line. In 1910, she was sold to the Alaska Packers Association and renamed STAR OF FINLAND. She was laid up at Alameda in 1927. In 1941, she was purchased by the Hammond Lumber Company, who restored her original name of KAIULANI. The United States Army acquired the vessel and reduced her to a barge during World War II. After the war, she served as a lumber barge in Manila, Philippines. Efforts to preserve the vessel as a museum ship failed and she was broken up in 1974.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 001.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at the old Alaska Packers Association sailing fleet docks in Alameda, California, stern view, 1939 June

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4.25 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "'Star of Finland' 6/39 Alameda, Calif. at the old Alaska Packers' sailing fleet docks." Stamped on the print verso: "38."
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 037.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Oakland, California, stern view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 4 in.

Scope and Content Note

A pile of lumber is on the pier alongside.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 066.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Oakland, California, starboard quarter view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.

Scope and Content Note

A pile of lumber is on the pier.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 067.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) masts as seen looking up from off the starboard bow while docked at Alameda, California, 1939

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4.25 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "1939 Alameda." Stamped on the print verso: "15."
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 068.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Alameda, California, stern view, 1939 June

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "6/1939 Alameda Star of Finland." Stamped on the print verso: "15."
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 069.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Oakland, California, bow view, 1940 December

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "'Star of Finland' in Oakland. Dec. 1940."
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 090.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Alameda, California, close-up of starboard bow, 1939

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 091.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Alameda, California, detail of bow as seen from below the bowsprit, 1939

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 092.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Oakland, California, bow view, 1940 December

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "'Star of Finland' Oakland Dec. 1940 registered in Manila."
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 120.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Oakland, California, port quarter view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 121.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Oakland, California, port bow view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.375 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.375 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "'Star of Finland' 'Manila' at Oakland 1940." Stamped on the print verso: "446T."
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 122.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Alameda, California, starboard bow view, 1939

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.875 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "Star of Finland 1939 Alameda." Stamped on the print verso: "38."
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 123.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Oakland, California, port broadside view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "Star of Finland 1940 in Oakland, Cal." Stamped on the print verso: "669" or "699."
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 124.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Oakland, California, port quarter view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.875 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 144.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Oakland, California, bow view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Stamped on the print verso: "669" or "699."
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 145.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Oakland, California, stern view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 146.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Oakland, California, port quarter view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.5 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "Star of Finland Oakland '40." Stamped on the print verso: "669" or "699." Also stamped on the print verso, but crossed out in ink: "Photograph by Gordon Riehl. Not for Reproduction."
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 147.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Oakland, California, port bow view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "Star of Finland in Oakland 1940."
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 148.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Alameda, California, starboard quarter view, 1939

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "The 'Star of Finland' as she was in 1939 in Alameda." Stamped on the print verso: "38."
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 149.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) foremast as seen from alongside off the port bow while docked at Alameda, California, 1939

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "The foremast from forward." Stamped on the print verso: "38."
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 150.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Alameda, California, stern view, 1939

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "Aft looking forward." Stamped on the print verso: "38."
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 151.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) foremast as seen from alongside off the port bow while docked at Alameda, California, 1939

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 152.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Alameda, California, stern view, 1939 June

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "6/39 Star of Finland Alameda." Stamped on the print verso: "38."
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 153.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) masts as seen from alongside off the port bow while docked at Alameda, California, 1939 June

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.5 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "Forward looking aft. Taken from a rowboat. June 1939." Stamped on the print verso: "38."
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 170.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked in Oakland, California, port bow view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "The 'Star of Finland' 1940 at Oakland." Stamped on the print verso: "669" or "699."
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 171.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Oakland, California, starboard quarter view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.

Scope and Content Note

Lumber is stacked on the pier in the foreground.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 172.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Oakland, California, port broadside view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 173.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked in Oakland, California, port bow view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "'Star of Finland' in Oakland 1940."
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 174.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked in Oakland, California, bow view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "'Star of Finland' in Oakland 1940. Home port = Manila."

Scope and Content Note

"Purity Spring Water Co." is painted on a barge that is partially in view on the left.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 175.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Oakland, California, starboard quarter view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.5 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.

Scope and Content Note

Lumber is stacked on the pier in the foreground.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 176.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Alameda, California, bow view, 1939 June

Extent: 1 photograph (5 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 3 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 2 black-and-white photographic prints, 2.25 x 3.375 in. and 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the verso of the smaller of the two prints: "'Star of Finland' June 1939." Handwritten on the verso of the larger of the two prints: "1939 Star of Finland Alameda." Stamped on the verso of the larger of the two prints: "D46."
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 177.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Oakland, California, port quarter view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 178.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Oakland, California, port broadside view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 188.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Alameda, California, view of aft portion of starboard hull, 1939

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.
Box 5

Item No. 261.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) docked at Alameda, California, bow view, 1939 June

Extent: 1 photograph (1 physical form).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "6/39 Star of Finland Alameda." Stamped on the print verso: "15." Stamped, but crossed out with pencil on the print verso: "Photograph by Gordon Riehl. Not for Reproduction."
Box 1, 3-5; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 26.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship), circa 1935-1940

Extent: 23 photographs (64 physical forms).
Physical Description: 19 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 19 black-and-white contact interpositives; 19 black-and-white copy negatives; 7 black-and-white photographic prints.

Scope and Content Note

Docked as a museum vessel in San Diego, California.
EUTERPE was an iron ship built in 1863 by Gibson, McDonald & Arnold, at Ramsey, Isle of Man, Great Britain. The vessel was re-rigged as a bark and renamed STAR OF INDIA after the Alaska Packers Association purchased the vessel in 1901. In 1926, STAR OF INDIA was acquired by the Zoological Society of San Diego, California, for use as a maritime museum and aquarium. She is now part of the Maritime Museum of San Diego.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 003.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, port bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 4.3 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 046.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, port quarter view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.75 x 3.375 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 047.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, stern view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.875 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

A sign on the gangway reads "Star of India Maritime Museum."
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 107.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, deck view looking forward from the poop deck, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 108.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 4 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 109.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, close-up of port bow, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 4 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 110.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4.25 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.875 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 111.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) figurehead as seen from the bowsprit while docked at San Diego, California, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4.125 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.875 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 126.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, port broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 127.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, port broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.5 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 128.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, port broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 129.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, stern view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 130.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, port bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 3 x 4 in. The stamp on the print verso is difficult to read. Possibly "7216" or "7218."
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 131.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 132.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, port broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.875 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 133.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, port broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.5 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 162.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.875 in.

Scope and Content Note

A sign on the gangway reads "Star of India Maritime Museum."
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 169.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, port bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 217.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, stern view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 4 in.

Scope and Content Note

A sign on the gangway reads "Star of India Maritime Museum."
Box 5

Item No. 258.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, poop deck view showing skylight and wheel, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (1 physical form).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 2.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "Star of India in San Diego." Stamped on the print verso: "167M."

Scope and Content Note

During processing in 2013, it was discovered that the print assigned Item number 258 [Taisei Maru (built 1904; bark, 4m: training ship) docked at Portland, Oregon, port quarter view, likely as seen from the Burnside Bridge] was the same image as Item 002. This print was added to the extent for Item 002, and Item number 258 was released for use.
Also during processing in 2013, a print was found loose in the collection box without an assigned Item number. The print did not match any of the negatives in the collection. It was assigned the now available Item number 258 in July 2013.
Box 5

Item No. 265.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, port broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (1 physical form).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.875 x 3.75 in. The stamp on the print verso is difficult to read and possibly says "7208."

Scope and Content Note

This print was originally assigned number 110; however, during processing in 2013 it was found to be a slightly different image from the original nitrate negative assigned Item 110. The print was reassigned Item number 265 in July 2013.
Box 5

Item No. 266.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, port broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (1 physical form).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.75 x 3.75 in. The stamp on the print verso is difficult to read and possibly says "7208."

Scope and Content Note

This print was originally assigned number 127; however, during processing in 2013 it was found to be a slightly different image from the original nitrate negative assigned Item 127. The print was reassigned Item number 266 in July 2013.
Box 5

Item No. 267.  Star of India (built 1863; bark, 3m: museum ship) docked at San Diego, California, port broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (1 physical form).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.875 x 3.75 in. The stamp on the print verso is difficult to read and possibly says "7216" or "7218."

Scope and Content Note

This print was originally assigned number 133; however, during processing in 2013 it was found to be a slightly different image from the original nitrate negative assigned Item 133. The print was reassigned Item number 267 in July 2013.
Box 1-2, 4-5; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 27.  Taisei Maru (built 1904; bark, 4m: training ship), 1937-1938

Extent: 8 photographs (28 physical forms).
Physical Description: 8 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 8 black-and-white contact interpositives; 8 black-and-white copy negatives; 4 black-and-white photographic prints.

Scope and Content Note

Docked at Portland, Oregon.
TAISEI MARU was a Japanese training ship.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 002.  Taisei Maru (built 1904; bark, 4m: training ship) docked at Portland, Oregon, port quarter view, likely as seen from the Burnside Bridge, 1937-1938

Extent: 1 photograph (5 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4.4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 4 in.; 2 black-and-white photographic prints, 2.25 x 2.625 in. and 1.25 x 2.5 in. Handwritten on the verso of the 1.25 x 2.5 in. print: "'Taisei Maru' 1937 or 8 Portland."

Scope and Content Note

The building on the left has a "Monroe & Crisell Dairy Supplies" sign.
During processing in 2013, it was discovered that the print assigned Item number 258 [Taisei Maru (built 1904; bark, 4m: training ship) docked at Portland, Oregon, port quarter view, likely as seen from the Burnside Bridge] was the same image as Item 002. This print was added to the extent for Item 002, and Item number 258 was released for reuse.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 075.  Taisei Maru (built 1904; bark, 4m: training ship) docked at Portland, Oregon, bow view, 1937-1938

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.375 x 3.375 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "'Taisei Maru' 1937 or 1938 Portland."

Scope and Content Note

The Burnside Bridge is in the background. Two people are in a rowboat in the lower right portion of the photograph.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 076.  Taisei Maru (built 1904; bark, 4m: training ship) docked at Portland, Oregon, stern view, 1937-1938

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.

Scope and Content Note

The Broadway Bridge is in the background. The building on the right has a "Monroe & Crisell Dairy Supplies" sign.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 077.  Taisei Maru (built 1904; bark, 4m: training ship) docked at Portland, Oregon, deck view as seen from alongside the starboard side, 1937-1938

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.5 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 083.  Taisei Maru (built 1904; bark, 4m: training ship) docked at Portland, Oregon, port quarter view likely as seen from the Burnside Bridge, 1937-1938

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.875 in.

Scope and Content Note

The Broadway Bridge is in the background.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 084.  Taisei Maru (built 1904; bark, 4m: training ship) docked at Portland, Oregon, as seen from the wharf looking forward from near the vessel's stern, 1937-1938

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.75 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

The Broadway Bridge is in the background. A group of people is gathered along the waterfront next to the vessel.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 205.  Taisei Maru (built 1904; bark, 4m: training ship) docked at Portland, Oregon, bow view, 1937-1938

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

A steamship is passing under the Burnside Bridge (with spans lifted) in the background.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 212.  Taisei Maru (built 1904; bark, 4m: training ship) docked at Portland, Oregon, bow view, 1937-1938

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.

Scope and Content Note

The Burnside Bridge is in the background.
Box 4

File Unit 28.  Tolchester (paddle steamer), circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (2 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white contact interpositive; 1 black-and-white copy negative.

Scope and Content Note

Underway, likely in Chesapeake Bay.
TOLCHESTER is a side-wheel paddle steamer.
Box 4

Item No. 156.  Tolchester (paddle steamer) underway, likely in Chesapeake Bay, port broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (2 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.
Box 4-5; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 29.  Wanderlust (sloop: yacht), circa 1935-1940

Extent: 4 photographs (12 physical forms).
Physical Description: 4 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 4 black-and-white contact interpositives; 4 black-and-white copy negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Docked.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 196.  Wanderlust (sloop: yacht) docked, starboard broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.875 in.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 201.  Wanderlust (sloop: yacht) docked, starboard broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 223.  Wanderlust (sloop: yacht) docked, starboard broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 225.  Wanderlust (sloop: yacht) docked, starboard bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

A yacht is hauled out under a shed in the background.
Box 2-5; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 30.  Wawona (built 1897; schooner, 3m), circa 1935-1940

Extent: 11 photographs (32 physical forms).
Physical Description: 10 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 10 black-and-white contact interpositives; 10 black-and-white copy negatives; 2 black-and-white photographic prints.

Scope and Content Note

Docked.
WAWONA was built by H.D. Bendixsen in Fairhaven, California. At the beginning of World War II, the U.S. government requisitioned the vessel and converted her to a barge.
See also Item 166 in File Unit 34 for a photograph that is tentatively identified as WAWONA.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 070.  Wawona (built 1897; schooner, 3m) docked at Seattle, Washington, deck view looking forward from the poop deck, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 3.25 x 4.5 in. Stamped on the print verso: "F955."
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 095.  Man holding a line on the deck of Wawona (built 1897; schooner, 3m), circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 105.  Wawona (built 1897; schooner, 3m) docked, port quarter view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.75 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 140.  Wawona (built 1897; schooner, 3m) docked, bow view, with a man standing on the end of the bowsprit, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 141.  Man standing at the wheel aboard Wawona (built 1897; schooner, 3m), circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 154.  Wawona (built 1897; schooner, 3m) docked, port bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.875 in.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 155.  Wawona (built 1897; schooner, 3m) docked, port quarter view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 168.  Wawona (built 1897; schooner, 3m) docked, bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 190.  Wawona (built 1897; schooner, 3m) docked, port bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 197.  Wawona (built 1897; schooner, 3m) docked, bow view, with a man standing on the end of the bowsprit, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.
Box 5

Item No. 263.  Wawona (built 1897; schooner, 3m) sheet horse attached to the deck, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (1 physical form).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white photographic print, 3.25 x 3.25 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "Sheet horse on WAWONA" and "lower spanker sheet block shackles into the shackle here."
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 31.  Who Cares (sloop: yacht), circa 1935-1940

Extent: 2 photographs (6 physical forms).
Physical Description: 2 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 2 black-and-white contact interpositives; 2 black-and-white copy negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Underway, likely at Seattle, Washington.
See also Item 203 in File Unit 34 for a photograph possibly showing WHO CARES.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 227.  Who Cares (sloop: yacht) underway, likely at Seattle, Washington, starboard broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 2.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 2.625 in.

Scope and Content Note

One man is aboard.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 228.  Who Cares (sloop: yacht) underway, likely at Seattle, Washington, port bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 2.5 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 2.625 in.

Scope and Content Note

One man is aboard.
Box 1-2, 5; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 32.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m), circa 1935-1940

Extent: 26 photographs (83 physical forms).
Physical Description: 26 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 26 black-and-white contact interpositives; 26 black-and-white copy negatives; 5 black-and-white photographic prints.

Scope and Content Note

Docked and in drydock at Astoria, Oregon.
WILLIAM TAYLOR was a wooden schooner built by the Brunswick Marine Construction Corporation in Brunswick, Georgia. During World War II, the U.S. government requisitioned the vessel and converted her to a barge.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 007.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) docked at Astoria, Oregon, bow view, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 45 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.875 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 008.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) docked at Astoria, Oregon, view looking aft from off the starboard hull, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4.5 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 4 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 009.  Man standing at the wheel of William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) while docked at Astoria, Oregon, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 3 x 4 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 010.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) in a floating drydock at Astoria, Oregon, view off port bow showing forward deck, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 4.25 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.625 x 4 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 011.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) docked at Astoria, Oregon, view forward as seen from the pier off the port stern, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4.125 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 4.125 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.75 x 4in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 012.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) in a floating drydock filled with water at Astoria, Oregon, port quarter view, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.125 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 4.125 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.75 x 4.25 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 054.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) bowsprit as seen from the forward deck while in a floating drydock at Astoria, Oregon, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4.25 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 4.25 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 055.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) in a floating drydock at Astoria, Oregon, port side of bow, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 4.125 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 056.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) at Astoria, Oregon, deck view looking forward from the poop deck, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.75 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 057.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) at Astoria, Oregon, poop deck view, looking aft, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

The ship's wheel and skylight are in view.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 058.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) at Astoria, Oregon, view off the starboard hull amidships looking forward, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4.125 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 059.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) in a floating drydock filled with water at Astoria, Oregon, starboard quarter view, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4.125 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 060.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) in a floating drydock filled with water at Astoria, Oregon, bow view, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 4 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 061.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) at Astoria, Oregon, deck view looking aft from the forward deck, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 4.25 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 062.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) anchored at Astoria, Oregon, starboard quarter view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4.25 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

The vessel only has two masts and is riding high in the water.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 063.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) at Astoria, Oregon, deck view looking forward from the poop deck, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.875 in.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 064.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) docked at Astoria, Oregon, view along the port side hull looking aft as seen from the pier, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4.25 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Related Material

Same image as F08.27965.02 in the SFMNHP Classified photograph collection.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 232.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) in a floating drydock at Astoria, Oregon, port quarter view, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4.125 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 4.25 in.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 233.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) bowsprit, port side, as seen while in a floating drydock at Astoria, Oregon, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 234.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) docked at Astoria, Oregon, view looking forward off the port hull amidships as seen from the pier, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 235.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) anchored at Astoria, Oregon, starboard quarter view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.875 in.

Scope and Content Note

The vessel only has two masts and is riding high in the water.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 248.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) in a floating drydock at Astoria, Oregon, port quarter view, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.875 in.

Scope and Content Note

Forward portion of the vessel is out of view.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 249.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) docked at Astoria, Oregon, bow view, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 250.  Man at the wheel of William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) while docked at Astoria, Oregon, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 251.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) in a floating drydock filled with water at Astoria, Oregon, bow view, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Related Material

Same image as F08.27965.01 in the SFMNHP Classified photograph collection.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 252.  William Taylor (built 1917; schooner, 4m) docked at Astoria, Oregon, starboard bow view, approximately 1939-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 4.375 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 4.5 in.
Box 1-5; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 33.  Pacific Coast Codfish Company vessels, circa 1935-1942

Extent: 15 photographs (44 physical forms).
Physical Description: 14 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 14 black-and-white contact interpositives; 14 black-and-white copy negatives; 2 black-and-white photographic prints.

Scope and Content Note

Views of C.A. THAYER (built 1895; schooner, 3m), CHARLES R. WILSON (built 1891; schooner, 3m), and SOPHIE CHRISTENSON (built 1901; schooner, 4m) at Lake Union, Seattle, Washington.
The vessels were owned by Captain J.E. Shields of the Pacific Coast Codfish Company, which operated a fish processing plant in Poulsbo, Washington. C.A. THAYER and CHARLES R. WILSON were built by H. D. Bendixsen in Fairhaven, California. SOPHIE CHRISTENSON was built at the Hall Brothers shipyard in Port Blakely, Washington. At the beginning of World War II, the U.S. government requisitioned C.A. THAYER and SOPHIE CHRISTENSON and converted them to barges.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 006.  C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m) deck view looking aft as seen from the bowsprit at Lake Union, Seattle, Washington, circa 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.57 x 4.25 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 4 in.

Scope and Content Note

CHARLES R. WILSON (built 1891; schooner, 3m) is partially in view alongside on the right.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 039.  Sophie Christenson (built 1901; schooner, 4m), Charles R. Wilson (built 1891; schooner, 3m), and an unidentified three-masted schooner moored at Lake Union, Seattle, Washington, view off their port bows, circa 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.875 in.

Scope and Content Note

SOPHIE CHRISTENSON is on the right and CHARLES R. WILSON is in the middle. The unidentified vessel on the left might be C.A. THAYER (built 1895; schooner, 3m). The Lake Union Steam Plant is partially in view on the left.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 040.  Sophie Christenson (built 1901; schooner, 4m) and Charles R. Wilson (built 1891; schooner, 3m) moored at Lake Union, Seattle, Washington, bow views, circa 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4.125 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.625 in.

Scope and Content Note

SOPHIE CHRISTENSON is on the right.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 041.  Sophie Christenson (built 1901; schooner, 4m) at Lake Union, Seattle, Washington, view of foremast and mainmast, circa 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4.25 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.75 in.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 053.  C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m) deck view looking aft as seen from the bowsprit at Lake Union, Seattle, Washington, circa 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.875 in.

Scope and Content Note

CHARLES R. WILSON (built 1891; schooner, 3m) is alongside on the right.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 093.  Sophie Christenson (built 1901; schooner, 4m) moored at Lake Union, Seattle, Washington, port quarter view, circa 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

SOPHIE CHRISTENSON is on the left. The masts of CHARLES R. WILSON (built 1891; schooner, 3m) and an unidentified schooner, possibly C.A. THAYER (built 1895; schooner, 3m), are also in view. CHARLES R. WILSON is in the middle.
Box 2; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 094.  Sophie Christenson (built 1901; schooner, 4m) moored at Lake Union, Seattle, Washington, port broadside view, circa 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

The masts of CHARLES R. WILSON (built 1891; schooner, 3m) and an unidentified schooner, possibly C.A. THAYER (built 1895; schooner, 3m), are visible behind SOPHIE CHRISTENSON.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 142.  Sophie Christenson (built 1901; schooner, 4m), Charles R. Wilson (built 1891; schooner, 3m), and an unidentified three-masted schooner moored at Lake Union, Seattle, Washington, circa 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Stamped on the print verso: "565."

Scope and Content Note

Starboard broadside view as seen from a distance. The unidentified vessel, possibly C.A. THAYER (built 1895; schooner, 3m), is closest to the camera. CHARLES R. WILSON is in the middle and SOPHIE CHRISTENSON is farthest from the camera.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 160.  Sophie Christenson (built 1901; schooner, 4m) deck view looking forward from the poop deck at Lake Union, Seattle, Washington, circa 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 161.  Sophie Christenson (built 1901; schooner, 4m) at Lake Union, Seattle, Washington, view of bow and bowsprit, circa 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 4 in.

Scope and Content Note

As seen from under the bowsprit.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 187.  Sophie Christenson (built 1901; schooner, 4m), Charles R. Wilson (built 1891; schooner, 3m), and an unidentified three-masted schooner moored at Lake Union, Seattle, Washington, circa 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

Starboard broadside view as seen from a distance. The unidentified vessel, possibly C.A. THAYER (built 1895; schooner, 3m), is closest to the camera. CHARLES R. WILSON is in the middle and SOPHIE CHRISTENSON is farthest from the camera.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 194.  C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m) anchored on Lake Union, Seattle, Washington, starboard broadside view, circa 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.

Scope and Content Note

The masts of CHARLES R. WILSON (built 1891; schooner, 3m) are visible behind C.A. THAYER.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 195.  C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m) anchored on Lake Union, Seattle, Washington, starboard quarter view, circa 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.

Scope and Content Note

The port bow and the masts of CHARLES R. WILSON (built 1891; schooner, 3m) are visible behind C.A. THAYER.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 253.  C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m) and Charles R. Wilson (built 1891; schooner, 3m) anchored on Lake Union, Seattle, Washington, circa 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.

Scope and Content Note

Anchored alongside each other. Bow view of C.A. THAYER on the left and stern view of CHARLES R. WILSON on the right.
Box 5

Item No. 257.  Sophie Christenson (built 1901; schooner, 4m), Charles R. Wilson (built 1891; schooner, 3m), and an unidentified three-masted schooner moored at Lake Union, Seattle, Washington, view off their starboard bows, circa 1935-1942

Extent: 1 photograph (1 physical form).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Stamped on the print verso: "565."

Scope and Content Note

The unidentified vessel, possibly C.A. THAYER (built 1895; schooner, 3m), is closest to the camera. CHARLES R. WILSON is in the middle and SOPHIE CHRISTENSON is farthest from the camera.
Box 1, 3-5; Nitrate Storage

File Unit 34.  Unidentified vessels, circa 1935-1941

Extent: 25 photographs (68 physical forms).
Physical Description: 21 black-and-white nitrate negatives; 21 black-and-white contact interpositives; 21 black-and-white copy negatives; 5 black-and-white photographic prints.

Scope and Content Note

View of unidentified sailing and steam vessels. Some locations are identified as Chesapeake Bay; Columbia River; Long Island Sound; San Pedro, California; and Seattle, Washington. Eight of the photographs show an unidentified three-masted schooner anchored in a bay.
Box 1; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 048.  Two burning schooner hulls on the Columbia River, 1941

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.75 x 4.125 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.75 x 3.625 in.

Scope and Content Note

The hulls are mostly submerged underwater. Similar view as Item 242.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 138.  Three-masted schooner yacht docked at San Pedro, California, starboard broadside view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (4 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "3 master yacht in San Pedro name unknown 1940." Stamped on the print verso: "61."

Scope and Content Note

Similar view as Item 139.
Box 3; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 139.  Three-masted schooner yacht docked at San Pedro, California, starboard broadside view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

Similar view as Item 138.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 157.  Steamship anchored, starboard broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.875 in.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 166.  Three-masted schooner docked, distant port quarter view, possibly at Seattle, Washington, 1939

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.

Scope and Content Note

Logs are floating in the foreground. The vessel is possibly WAWONA (built 1897; schooner, 3m).
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 179.  Three-masted schooner anchored in a bay, starboard bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

The enclosure created by SAFR staff on an unknown date reads "N.Y. 3 mast schooner in bay." It is unclear whether the vessel is from New York, or if the vessel's location in the photograph is in New York.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 180.  Three-masted schooner in a bay, starboard broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.875 in.

Scope and Content Note

The enclosure created by SAFR staff on an unknown date reads "N.Y. 3 mast schooner in bay." It is unclear whether the vessel is from New York, or if the vessel's location in the photograph is in New York.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 181.  Three-masted schooner anchored in a bay, starboard broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

The enclosure created by SAFR staff on an unknown date reads "N.Y. 3 mast schooner in bay." It is unclear whether the vessel is from New York, or if the vessel's location in the photograph is in New York.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 182.  Three-masted schooner anchored in a bay, bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.

Scope and Content Note

The enclosure created by SAFR staff on an unknown date reads "N.Y. 3 mast schooner in bay." It is unclear whether the vessel is from New York, or if the vessel's location in the photograph is in New York.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 183.  Three-masted schooner anchored in a bay, starboard broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

The enclosure created by SAFR staff on an unknown date reads "N.Y. 3 mast schooner in bay." It is unclear whether the vessel is from New York, or if the vessel's location in the photograph is in New York.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 184.  Three-masted schooner anchored in a bay, starboard quarter view as seen from a distance, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.625 in.

Scope and Content Note

The enclosure created by SAFR staff on an unknown date reads "New York: 3 masted schooner in bay." It is unclear whether the vessel is from New York, or if the vessel's location in the photograph is in New York.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 185.  Three-masted schooner anchored in a bay, deck view looking forward, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

The enclosure created by SAFR staff on an unknown date reads "N.Y. 3 mast schooner in bay." It is unclear whether the vessel is from New York, or if the vessel's location in the photograph is in New York.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 186.  Three-masted schooner anchored in a bay, bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

The enclosure created by SAFR staff on an unknown date reads "N.Y. 3 mast schooner in bay." It is unclear whether the vessel is from New York, or if the vessel's location in the photograph is in New York.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 193.  Ketch yacht underway, port broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.5 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.

Scope and Content Note

Approximately six people are aboard. The vessel is sailing by a beach with trees. People are on the beach in bathing suits. The envelope typed by SAFR staff reads "PORTLAND." The photograph was possibly taken in Portland, Oregon. The name on the vessel's bow might be GENEY or GEMEY.
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 203.  Sloop yacht moored, starboard broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 2.5 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.625 x 2.625 in.

Scope and Content Note

The vessel is possibly WHO CARES (sloop: yacht).
Box 4; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 204.  Two-masted sailing vessel docked, bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.625 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

Similar view as Item 208.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 207.  Two-masted yacht docked at Seattle, Washington, port broadside view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.875 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.375 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

The sails on the forward mast are unfurled. The stern of HALLIE K. (power yacht?) is also in view. The structure in the background has a "Boats Built & Repaired" sign on the roof and "Marine Ways" is painted on the side.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 208.  Two-masted sailing vessel docked, bow view, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.625 x 4 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 4 in.

Scope and Content Note

Similar view as Item 204.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 210.  Deck view showing masts and rigging of an unidentified sailing vessel, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

Lifeboat in view on deck.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 211.  Unidentified bark docked, as seen from land, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.5 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.5 in.

Scope and Content Note

Starboard side from stern to approximately midship is in view.
Box 5; Nitrate Storage

Item No. 242.  Two burning schooner hulls on the Columbia River, 1941

Extent: 1 photograph (3 physical forms).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white nitrate negative, smaller than 4 x 5 in.; 1 black-and-white contact interpositive, 2.5 x 3.75 in.; 1 black-and-white copy negative, 2.5 x 3.75 in.

Scope and Content Note

The hulls are mostly submerged underwater. Similar view as Item 048.
Box 5

Item No. 254.  Four-masted schooner under sail in Chesapeake Bay near Norfolk, Virginia, starboard broadside view, 1940

Extent: 1 photograph (1 physical form).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white photographic print, 3 x 4 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "Schooner under sail in Chesapeake Bay near Norfolk, Va. 1940. Name unknown."

Scope and Content Note

Distant view.
Box 5

Item No. 259.  Three-masted schooner underway in Long Island Sound, 1941 January 1

Extent: 1 photograph (1 physical form).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Handwritten on the print verso: "3 mast schooner under sail in 'Long Island Sound.' Jan. 1, 1941" and "109." Stamped on the print verso: "111."

Scope and Content Note

Extreme distant view; the vessel is barely visible on the horizon.
Box 5

Item No. 260.  Vessels, possibly anchored, in a harbor, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (1 physical form).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Stamped on the print verso: "61."

Scope and Content Note

Distant view; the vessels are barely visible.
Box 5

Item No. 262.  Harbor, possibly at Seattle, Washington, circa 1935-1940

Extent: 1 photograph (1 physical form).
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white photographic print, 2.5 x 3.5 in. Stamped on the print verso: "669" or "699."

Scope and Content Note

Vessels, possibly schooners, anchored in the distance. Distant view of the waterfront.