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A guide to the Dudley Thickens photographs, 1916-1977
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Box 14, Envelope 381

Item No. 388.  Pacific Island Transport Line. Thorsisle (steamship), circa 1950s-1965.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 382

Item No. 389.  Pacific Orient Express Line. Mattawunga (steamship), circa 1954-1965.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 383

Item No. 390.  Pacific Orient Express Line. Narrandera (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

"Pacific Orient Line"" written on original envelop, but not able to verify"
Box 14, Envelope 384

Item No. 391.  Pacific Orient Express Line. Travancore (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

"Pacific Orient Line"" written on original envelop, but not able to verify"
Box 14, Envelope 385

Item No. 392.  Pacific Orient Express Line. Vigan (steamship), circa 1957-1965.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 386

Item No. 393.  Pacific Transport Line. America Transport (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

No shipping line indication on original envelope; this vessel was operated by PTL but may have been under another compnay when Thickens collected the image.
Box 14, Envelope 387

Item No. 394.  Pacific Transport Line. China Transport (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

No shipping line indication on original envelope; this vessel was operated by PTL but may have been under another compnay when Thickens collected the image.
Box 14, Envelope 388

Item No. 395.  Pacific Transport Line. Pacific Transport (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

No shipping line indication on original envelope; this vessel was operated by PTL but may have been under another compnay when Thickens collected the image.
Box 14, Envelope 389

Item No. 396.  Pacific Transport Line. Philippine Transport (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

No shipping line indication on original envelope; this vessel was operated by PTL but may have been under another compnay when Thickens collected the image.
Box 14, Envelope 390

Item No. 397.  Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Company / P&O Line. Aracadia (steamship), 1959 December 30.

Physical Description: 6 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Passing under the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
Box 14, Envelope 391

Item No. 398.  Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Company / P&O Line. Arcadia (steamship), 1959 December 30-31.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At dock at San Francisco with Any Ocean Tug, HUMACOMMA, and passing under the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
Box 14, Envelope 392

Item No. 399.  Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Company / P&O Line. Chusan (steamship), 1959.

Physical Description: 11 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

At dock at San Francisco and passing under the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
Box 14, Envelope 393

Item No. 400.  Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Company / P&O Line. Himalayan (steamship), 1958 April 11.

Physical Description: 8 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

At dock at San Francisco and passing under the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
Box 14, Envelope 394

Item No. 401.  Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Company / P&O Line. Himalaya (steamship), 1959.

Physical Description: 7 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

At dock at San Francisco and passing under the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
Box 14, Envelope 395

Item No. 402.  Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Company / P&O Line. Iberia (steamship), 1960 February 25-26.

Physical Description: 11 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

At dock at San Francisco, with tug, SEA QUEEN and passing under the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
Box 14, Envelope 396

Item No. 403.  Philippine National Line. Dona Aurora (steamship), 1959.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 397

Item No. 404.  Pope and Talbot Line. P & T Adventurer (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 398

Item No. 405.  Pope and Talbot Line. P & T Builder (steamship), 1956 April.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 399

Item No. 406.  Pope and Talbot Line. P & T Forester (steamship), 1955 December.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 400

Item No. 407.  Pope and Talbot Line. P & T Trader (steamship), 1956 April.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 401

Item No. 408.  Pope and Talbot Line. P & T Voyager (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 402

Item No. 409.  Prince Line. Malayan Prince (steamship), 1956 April.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 403

Item No. 410.  Royal Mail Line. Loch Avon (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 3 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 404

Item No. 411.  Royal Mail Line. Loch Gowan (steamship), 1955 August 7.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 405

Item No. 412.  Royal Mail Line. Parima (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 4 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 406

Item No. 413.  Scindia Steam Navigation. Jaladuta (steamship), 1961.

Physical Description: 3 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 407

Item No. 414.  Shinnihon Line. Hiyeharu Maru (steamship), 1956 December.

Physical Description: 3 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 408

Item No. 415.  Shinnihon Line. Tagaharu Maru (steamship), 1959.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 409

Item No. 416.  State Marine Line. Alice Brown (steamship), 1956 March.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 410

Item No. 417.  State Marine Line. Beaver State (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 411

Item No. 418.  State Marine Line. Constitution State (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 412

Item No. 419.  State Marine Line. Empire State (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 413

Item No. 420.  State Marine Line. Garden State (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 414

Item No. 421.  State Marine Line. Garden State (steamship), circa 1956-1960.

Physical Description: 3 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 415

Item No. 422.  State Marine Line. Gopher State (steamship), 1961.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 416

Item No. 423.  State Marine Line. Green Mountain State (steamship), 1961.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 417

Item No. 424.  State Marine Line. Green Valley (steamship), 1956 April.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 418

Item No. 425.  State Marine Line. Ocean Eva (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 419

Item No. 426.  State Marine Line. Pelican State (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 420

Item No. 427.  State Marine Line. Robin Kettering (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 421

Item No. 428.  State Marine Line. Warrior (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 422

Item No. 429.  State Marine Line. Wolverine State (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 423

Item No. 430.  State Steamship Company. C. E. Dant (steamship), 1959 March 1.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 424

Item No. 431.  State Steamship Company. Charles E. Dant (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 425

Item No. 432.  State Steamship Company. Illinois (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 3 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 426

Item No. 433.  State Steamship Company. M. M. Dant (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 3 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 427

Item No. 434.  State Steamship Company. Montana (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 428

Item No. 435.  State Steamship Company. New York (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 429

Item No. 436.  State Steamship Company. Norwalk Victory (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 430

Item No. 437.  State Steamship Company. Ohio (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 431

Item No. 438.  State Steamship Company. Oregon (steamship), 1956 November.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 432

Item No. 439.  State Steamship Company. Philippine Transport (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 433

Item No. 440.  State Steamship Company. Texas (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 434

Item No. 441.  State Steamship Company. Washington (steamship), 1957 December.

Physical Description: 3 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 435

Item No. 442.  State Steamship Company. Wyoming (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 3 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 436

Item No. 443.  Southern Pacific. Berkeley (ferry), circa 1957.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 437

Item No. 444.  Swedish East Asiatic Company. Batan (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 438

Item No. 445.  Swedish East Asiatic Company. Benares (steamship), 1956 May.

Physical Description: 3 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 439

Item No. 446.  Swedish East Asiatic Company. Mangalore (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 440

Item No. 447.  Totem Line. Carina (steamship), 1959.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 441

Item No. 448.  Totem Line. Ragna Ringdal (steamship), 1959.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 442

Item No. 449.  Union Steamship Company. Cardena (steamship), 1954 October.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 443

Item No. 450.  Union Steamship Company. Chilcotin (steamship), 1955 September.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 444

Item No. 451.  Union Steamship Company. Lady Rose (steamship), 1953 September.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 445

Item No. 452.  Union Steamship Company of British Columbia. Lady Alexandra (steamship), 1946 September.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

"Original envelope had ""van"" written on it."
Box 14, Envelope 446

Item No. 453.  Union Steamship Company of New Zealand. Waikawa (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 447

Item No. 454.  Union Steamship Company of New Zealand. Waitemata (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 3 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Vessel at San Francisco under the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
Box 14, Envelope 448

Item No. 455.  United Fruit Company. Comoyagua (steamship), 1960.

Physical Description: 3 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 14, Envelope 449

Item No. 456.  United Philippine Line. Philippine Presisdent Roxas (steamship), circa 1960s-1970s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 450

Item No. 457.  Waterman Steamship Corporation. Alawai (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 451

Item No. 458.  Waterman Steamship Corporation. Azalea (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 452

Item No. 459.  Waterman Steamship Corporation. De Soto (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 453

Item No. 460.  Waterman Steamship Corporation. Fairisle (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 454

Item No. 461.  Waterman Steamship Corporation. Fairport (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 3 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 455

Item No. 462.  Waterman Steamship Corporation. Gateway City (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 456

Item No. 463.  Waterman Steamship Corporation. Hastings (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 457

Item No. 464.  Waterman Steamship Corporation. John B. Waterman (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 458

Item No. 465.  Waterman Steamship Corporation. Jean Lafitte (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 459

Item No. 466.  Waterman Steamship Corporation. Lafayette (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 460

Item No. 467.  Waterman Steamship Corporation. Madien Creek (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 3 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 461

Item No. 468.  Waterman Steamship Corporation. Mobilian (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 462

Item No. 469.  Waterman Steamship Corporation. Yaka (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 463

Item No. 470.  Waterman Steamship Corporation. Young American (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 464

Item No. 471.  Weyerhaeuser Steamship Company. C. R. Musser (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 465

Item No. 472.  Weyerhaeuser Steamship Company. Joel Chandler Harris (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 466

Item No. 473.  Weyerhaeuser Steamship Company. W. H. Peabody (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 467

Item No. 474.  Weyerhaeuser Steamship Company. W. L. McCormick (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 468

Item No. 475.  White Star Line. Olympic (steamship), 1920.

Physical Description: 3 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Vessel in New York.
Box 14, Envelope 469

Item No. 476.  Winchester Agencies. Korsholma (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

"Winchester Agencies"" written on original envelope, but not able to verifiy if this ship sailed with this line."
Box 14, Envelope 470

Item No. 477.  Winchester Agencies. Vaasa (steamship), 1955 November.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

"Winchester Agencies"" written on original envelope, but not able to verifiy if this ship sailed with this line."
Box 14, Envelope 471

Item No. 478.  Winchester Agencies. Vaasa (steamship), 1956 May.

Physical Description: 4 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

"Winchester Agencies"" written on original envelope, but not able to verifiy if this ship sailed with this line."
Box 14, Envelope 472

Item No. 479.  Yamashita Line. Yamaharu Maru (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 473

Item No. 480.  Yamashita Line. Yamakiku Maru (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 3 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 474

Item No. 481.  Yamashita Line. Yamakuni Maru (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 475

Item No. 482.  Yamashita Line. Yamasato Maru (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 14, Envelope 476

Item No. 483.  Yamashita Line. Yamateru Maru (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 477

Item No. 484.  Yamashita Line. Yamatsuki Maru (steamship), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 5 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 14, Envelope 478

Item No. 485.  Zim Israel Navigation Company. Netanya (steamship), 1961.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

"Zim Israel Navigation Company"" written on the original envelope, but not able to verify this ship operated with this line."
Box 14, Envelope 479

Item No. 486.  Zim Israel Navigation Company. Pelk (steamship), 1950-1961.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

"Zim Israel Navigation Company"" written on the original envelope, but not able to verify this ship operated with this line."
Box 16, Folder 9

File Unit 1.2.  Vessel boarding passes, 1955

Physical Description: 1 folder (3 items).

Scope and Content Note

Two boarding passes for Mr. and Mrs. Thickens on the East Asiatic Company vessel Jutlandia, dated August 17 1955. One boarding pass for Mr. Thickens on the Orient Line vessel Orcades, dated January 6, 1955.
Box 15

Subseries 1.3.  Fishing boats, foreign navy vessels and United States government vessels, 1933-1975

Physical Description: 217 items (0.4 linear feet)

Scope and Content Note

Contains photographic negatives and prints of fishing boats, foreign Navy vessels and United States Government vessels in the San Francisco Bay.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically within each file unit.
Box 15, envelopes 1-34

Subsubseries 1.3.1.  Fishing boats, 1964-1975

Physical Description: 37 photographs (34 envelopes)

Scope and Content Note

Fishing boats in the San Francisco Bay.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically within each file unit.
Box 15, envelopes 1-34

File Unit 1.1.  Fishing boats, 1964-1975

Physical Description: .
Box 15, Envelope 1

Item No. 1.  Achille Paladini (fishing boat), circa 1960s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 2

Item No. 2.  Alex Paladini (fishing boat), 1964 October 17.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 3

Item No. 3.  Anna Delores (fishing boat), 1966 October 22.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

Vessel at San Francisco, used as either the Nina, Pinta or Santa Maria.
Box 15, Envelope 4

Item No. 4.  Arrawac (fishing boat), 1975 September 2.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At fish docks in Victoria, B.C.
Box 15, Envelope 5

Item No. 5.  B. Phyllis (fishing boat), 1966 October 22.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

Vessel at San Francisco, used as either the Nina, Pinta or Santa Maria.
Box 15, Envelope 6

Item No. 6.  Catherine Paladini (fishing boat), 1964 October 17.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 7

Item No. 7.  Catherine Paladini (fishing boat), 1966 August.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 8

Item No. 8.  Catherine Paladini (fishing boat), circa 1960s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 9

Item No. 9.  Cayuse (fishing boat), 1968 October 12.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At Newport, Oregon.
Box 15, Envelope 10

Item No. 10.  Claremont (fishing boat), 1966 July 16.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 11

Item No. 11.  Daphne (fishing boat), 1964 October 17.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 12

Item No. 12.  Daphne (fishing boat), circa 1960s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 13

Item No. 13.  Edibob (fishing boat), 1966 June.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 14

Item No. 14.  Henrietta Paladini (fishing boat), 1964 October 17.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 15

Item No. 15.  Henrietta Paladini (fishing boat), circa 1960s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 16

Item No. 16.  Hi-Ho (fishing boat), 1965 April 3.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

Fishing boat from Port Orford, Oregon, vessel in San Francisco Bay
Box 15, Envelope 17

Item No. 17.  Jerry I (fishing boat), 1965 January 9.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

From the fleet of Jerry's Fishing Trips, vessel in San Francisco Bay
Box 15, Envelope 18

Item No. 18.  Joseph Alioto (fishing boat), 1965 October 13.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 19

Item No. 19.  Joseph Alioto (fishing boat), circa 1960s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 20

Item No. 20.  Kalmar (fishing boat), 1975 May 22.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Polish fishing vessel arrested by the Coast Guard for fishing inside the 12 mile shore limit.
Box 15, Envelope 21

Item No. 21.  Katherine Winney (fishing boat), 1966 October 23.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 22

Item No. 22.  Lorayne (fishing boat), 1965 April.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 23

Item No. 23.  Louise (fishing boat), 1966 November 5.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 24

Item No. 24.  MacArthur (fishing boat), 1964 October 17.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 25

Item No. 25.  MacArthur (fishing boat), 1966 October 23.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 26

Item No. 26.  Mineo Bros (fishing boat), 1966 July 16.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 27

Item No. 27.  Oceana (fishing boat), 1966 November.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 28

Item No. 28.  Quest (fishing boat), 1964 October 17.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 29

Item No. 29.  Rose (fishing boat), 1966 October 22.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

Vessel at San Francisco, used as either the Nina, Pinta or Santa Maria.
Box 15, Envelope 30

Item No. 30.  Seaworthy (fishing boat), 1966 February.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 31

Item No. 31.  Sunset (fishing boat), 1964 October 17.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

Fishing boat from Seattle, at San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 32

Item No. 32.  Vickfern (fishing boat), 1965 July 31.

Physical Description: 4 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

On the beach at Port Orford, Oregon.
Box 15, Envelope 33

Item No. 33.  Vivian (fishing boat), 1966 September.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 34

Item No. 34.  Whitethroat (fishing boat: AGH-113), circa 1960s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

Canadian vessel at San Francisco.
Box 15, envelopes 35-54

Subsubseries 1.3.2.  Foreign navy vessels, 1950-1968

Physical Description: 45 items (20 envelopes)

Scope and Content Note

Foreign naval ships in San Francisco Bay.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically within each file unit.
Box 15

File Unit 1.1.  Chilean Navy,

Physical Description: .
Box 15, Envelope 35

Item No. 35.  Esmerelda (built 1953: barquentine, 4m, Chilean Navy), 1955 July 24.

Physical Description: 11 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15

File Unit 1.2.  French Navy,

Physical Description: .
Box 15, Envelope 36

Item No. 36.  De Grasse (built 1946; cruiser: French Navy, C610), 1968 October 24.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 37

Item No. 37.  Doudart de Lagree (built 1963; frigate: French Navy, F728), 1965 July.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 38

Item No. 38.  Jeanne de Arc (cruiser: French Navy), 1959.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

"At San Francisco. ""Training cruiser"" written on original envelope"
Box 15

File Unit 1.3.  Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force,

Physical Description: .
Box 15, Envelope 39

Item No. 39.  Kaiwo Maru (bark, 4m: Imperial Japanese Navy), 1960.

Physical Description: 4 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Japanese Merchant Marine
Box 15, Envelope 40

Item No. 40.  Nippon Maru (bark, 4m: Imperial Japanese Navy), 1956 June 21.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

Japanese Merchant Marine training ship
Box 15, Envelope 41

Item No. 41.  PL 21 (ship: Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force), 1969 May.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

Japanese government vessel at Pier 46, San Francisco
Box 15, Envelope 42

Item No. 42.  184 (ship: Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force), 1964 October 22.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

Japanese government vessel at San Francisco.
Box 15

File Unit 1.4.  Republic of China Navy,

Physical Description: .
Box 15, Envelope 43

Item No. 43.  16 (ship: Republic of China Navy), circa 1950s-1960s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15

File Unit 1.5.  Republic of Korea Navy,

Physical Description: .
Box 15, Envelope 44

Item No. 44.  Korea (transport: Republic of Korea Navy), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15

File Unit 1.6.  Royal Canadian Navy,

Physical Description: .
Box 15, Envelope 45

Item No. 45.  309 (ship: Royal Canadian Navy), 1965 April.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco. Likely HMCS SARNIA.
Box 15, Envelope 46

Item No. 46.  318 (ship: Royal Canadian Navy), 1965 April.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco. Likely HMCS JPNQUIERE K318 or HMCS WESTMOUNT J318.
Box 15

File Unit 1.7.  Royal Danish Navy,

Physical Description: .
Box 15, Envelope 47

Item No. 47.  257 (minesweeper) and 264 (minesweeper), 1957.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

view of 3/4 bow. In Miami, FL.
Box 15

File Unit 1.8.  Royal Navy, 1961-1968

Physical Description: .
Box 15, Envelope 48

Item No. 48.  Arthusa (ship: Royal Navy, F38), 1969 November 29.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 49

Item No. 49.  Blake (built 1945; cruiser: Royal Navy, C99), 1971.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 50

Item No. 50.  Caprice (ship: Royal Navy, D01), 1968 November 16.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco. F34 PUMA in the background.
Box 15, Envelope 51

Item No. 51.  Cardigan Bay (built 1944; ship: Royal Navy, F630), 1961.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

ex. Loch Laxford
Box 15, Envelope 52

Item No. 52.  Glamorgan (ship: Royal Navy, D19), 1968 May 14.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 53

Item No. 53.  Leopard (built 1955; frigate: Royal Navy, F14), 1970 September 26.

Physical Description: 3 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco. Commander Hornblower.
Box 15

File Unit 1.9.  Royal Spanish Navy,

Physical Description: .
Box 15, Envelope 54

Item No. 54.  Juan Sebastian de Elcano (ship: Royal Spanish Navy), 1957 March.

Physical Description: 8 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 15, envelopes 55-146

Subsubseries 1.3.3.  United States government vessels, 1933-1973

Physical Description: 133 items (92 envelopes)

Scope and Content Note

Contains photographic negatives and prints of Troopships used during World War II, United States Army vessels, United States Coast Guard vessels, United States Lightships, and United States Navy vessels in the San Francisco Bay.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically or numerically within each file unit.
Box 15

File Unit 1.1.  Troopships used during World War II, 1946-1962

Physical Description: .

Scope and Content Note

Troopships were operated by the Army Transportation Service, with "civilian" mariners; by the U.S. Navy; and the War Shipping Administration. Troopships included passenger liners, Liberty and Victory ships, and foreign ships taken over by the United States. Beginning in June 1941, the U.S. took over various foreign flag ships which were in U.S. ports for use as troopships and cargo ships. These were French, Dutch, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, German, and Italian flag ships. In addition many British-flag troopships carried Americans overseas.
Box 15, Envelope 55

Item No. 1.  Acadia (troopship: U.S. Army Transport), 1946 June.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Vessel was also a hospital ship at one point.
Box 15, Envelope 56

Item No. 2.  Admiral E.W. Eberle (troopship: U.S. Army Transport), circa 1946.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 57

Item No. 3.  Ernestine Koranda (troopship: U.S. Army Hospital Ship), circa 1940s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 58

Item No. 4.  General D.E. Aultman (troopship: U.S. Army Transport), circa 1946.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 15, Envelope 59

Item No. 5.  General H.W. Butner (troopship: U.S. Navy AP-113), 1946 April.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 60

Item No. 6.  General W.A. Mann (built 1943; troopship: U.S. Navy, P112), 1962 July 4.

Physical Description: 4 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

At Oakland.
Box 15, Envelope 61

Item No. 7.  Louis A. Milne (troopship: U.S. Army Hospital Ship), 1946 September 13.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 62

Item No. 8.  Marine Snapper (cargo ship: U.S. Navy, C4-S-A4), circa 1940s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

commissioned by the United States Maritime Commission during WWII
Box 15, Envelope 63

Item No. 9.  Monterey (troopship: U.S. Army Transport), circa 1946.

Physical Description: 4 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 15, Envelope 64

Item No. 10.  President Polk (troopship: U.S. Navy), 1946 August 23.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 65

Item No. 11.  Roseville (troopship: U.S. Army Transport), 1946.

Physical Description: 3 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Norwegian vessel.
Box 15, Envelope 66

Item No. 12.  Thistle (troopship: U.S. Army Transport), 1946 June.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 67

Item No. 13.  Uraguay (troopship: U.S. Army Transport), 1946 April.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Swedish vessel.
Box 15, Envelope 68

Item No. 14.  Vingnes (troopship), 1947 January 13.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Norwegian vessel.
Box 15

File Unit 1.2.  United States Army, circa 1947-1965

Physical Description: .
Box 15, Envelope 69

Item No. 1.  Albert J. Myer (built 1945; transport: U.S. Army Ship), 1965 December.

Physical Description: 3 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 15, Envelope 70

Item No. 2.  Col. Oliver S. Ferson (freight supply ship: U.S. Army Ship, FS-210), circa 1950s-1960s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

Negative found in the same envelope as the ALEXANDER AGASSIZ
Box 15, Envelope 71

Item No. 3.  106 (ship: U.S. Army Ship), circa 1947-1948.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

ex U.S. Army Cargo ship. At Miami, FL.
Box 15

File Unit 1.3.  United States Coast Guard,

Physical Description: .
Box 15, Envelope 72

Item No. 1.  Balsam (ship: U.S. Coast Guard, WAGL-62/WLB-62), 1946 October 11.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 73

Item No. 2.  Magnolia (ship: U.S. Coast Guard, W328), circa 1960s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 15, Envelope 74

Item No. 3.  Minnetonka (ship: U.S. Coast Guard, W67), 1964 July 29.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 15, Envelope 75

Item No. 4.  Point Comfort (ship: U.S. Coast Guard, WPB-82317), 1961 July.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 76

Item No. 5.  Pontchartrain (ship: U.S. Coast Guard, W70), 1967 June 17.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 77

Item No. 6.  OSS 32 (ship: U.S. Coast Guard), 1966 March.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 78

Item No. 7.  OSS 32 (ship: U.S. Coast Guard), 1970 September 26.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey Vessel
Box 15, Envelope 79

Item No. 8.  W37 (ship: U.S. Coast Guard), circa 1960s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 80

Item No. 9.  W168 (ship: U.S. Coast Guard), 1965 July 31.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

At Astoria, Oregon.
Box 15, Envelope 81

Item No. 10.  W385 (ship: U.S. Coast Guard), circa 1960s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 82

Item No. 11.  W387 (ship: U.S. Coast Guard), circa 1960s.

Physical Description: 4 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 15

File Unit 1.4.  United States Lightships,

Physical Description: .
Box 15, Envelope 83

Item No. 1.  Columbia (built in 1951; lightship: U.S. Lighthouse Tender, WLV-604), 1965 July 31.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

ex. Lightship in Astoria, Oregon
Box 15

File Unit 1.5.  United States Navy, 1933-1973

Physical Description: .
Box 15, Envelope 84

Item No. 1.  Asterion (store ship: U.S. Navy), 1965 April 24.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 85

Item No. 2.  Asterion (store ship: U.S. Navy), 1968 April 26.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 86

Item No. 3.  Barney (destroyer: U.S. Navy, DDG-6), 1966 October 23.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

Original envelope identified the vessel as PROVINCETOWN.
Box 15, Envelope 87

Item No. 4.  Barrett (transport: U.S. Navy, T-AP-196), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 88

Item No. 5.  Barrett (transport: U.S. Navy, T-AP-196), 1962 July 12.

Physical Description: 5 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 15, Envelope 89

Item No. 6.  Baussell (destroyer: U.S. Navy, DD 845), circa 1960s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 90

Item No. 7.  Bellatrix (stores ship: U.S. Navy F 62), 1962 August 11.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 91

Item No. 8.  Breton (carrier: U.S. Navy), 1965 July 31.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 92

Item No. 9.  Brice Canyon (built 1946; destroyer tender: U.S. Navy D-36), 1961 September 7.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 93

Item No. 10.  Canberra (built 1943; cruiser: U.S. Navy CA-70/CAG-2), 1964 August 22.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 94

Item No. 11.  Catfish (built 1944; submarine: U.S. Navy SS-339), 1968 March 17.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

launched 1944. View of vessel at San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 95

Item No. 12.  Columbia (ship: U.S. Navy 260), 1968 August 24.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 96

Item No. 13.  Drayton (destroyer: U.S. Navy, DD-23), 1966 January.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 97

Item No. 14.  Dynamic (ocean minesweeper: U.S. Navy, MSO 432), circa 1950s-1960s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

Vessel number 453 in the background.
Box 15, Envelope 98

Item No. 15.  Eldorado (amphibious force command ship: U.S. Navy, AGC-11), 1966 October.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 99

Item No. 16.  Endurance (built 1952; ocean minesweeper: U.S. Navy, MSO-435), circa 1960s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

CONFLICT and an unidentified Navy vessel in the background.
Box 15, Envelope 100

Item No. 17.  Estes (amphibious force command ship: U.S. Navy, AGG-12), 1964 July 12.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 15, Envelope 101

Item No. 18.  Floyd B. Parks (destroyer: U.S. Navy, DD-884), 1965 May 1.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 102

Item No. 19.  Ganymede (cargo ship: U.S. Navy, AK 104), 1973 April 19.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At Pier 36, San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 103

Item No. 20.  General E.T. Collins (built 1944; troopship: U.S. Navy AP-147), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 104

Item No. 21.  General William Wiegel (transport: U.S. Navy AP-119), 1955 September.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

At Portland, Oregon.
Box 15, Envelope 105

Item No. 22.  George A. Johnson (destroyer escort: U.S. Navy, DE 583), 1966 October 15.

Physical Description: 5 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

On beach of Sharp Park Beach below San Francisco
Box 15, Envelope 106

Item No. 23.  Mazapeta (built 1943; tugboat: U.S. Navy, YTM-181), 1961.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

Woban Class District Harbor tug
Box 15, Envelope 107

Item No. 24.  Norton Sound (built in 1943; seaplane tender: U.S. Navy), 1950 January 21.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 15, Envelope 108

Item No. 25.  Perseus (built 1945; stores ship: U.S. Navy, T-AF-64), circa 1960s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 15, Envelope 109

Item No. 26.  Pruitt (built 1920; destroyer: U.S. Navy, DD-347), 1933 February 22.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 110

Item No. 27.  Roe (destroyer: U.S. Navy, DD-24), 1965 February 20.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 111

Item No. 28.  Rowan (destroyer: U.S. Navy, DD-782), 1966 March.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 112

Item No. 29.  Salisbury Sound (built 1944; seaplane tender: U.S. Navy, AV-13), 1964 August 23.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 15, Envelope 113

Item No. 30.  Sgt. Jack J. Pendleton (built 1944; aircraft transport: U.S. Navy, T-AKV-5), circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 114

Item No. 31.  Somers (destroyer: U.S. Navy, DD-947), 1964 October 17.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 115

Item No. 32.  St. Paul (built 1944; cruiser: U.S. Navy, CA-73), 1968 November 18.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

At Pier 45 at San Francisco. Baltimore Class cruiser
Box 15, Envelope 116

Item No. 33.  Sunnyvale (missile range instrumentation ship: U.S. Navy, T-AGM-5), circa 1960s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 117

Item No. 34.  Tioga County (built 1953; landing ship tank: U.S. Navy, LST-1158), 1972 July 29.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At Triple A. Machine Shop, San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 118

Item No. 35.  Volador (built 1948; submarine: U.S. Navy, SS-490), 1964 September 20.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 119

Item No. 36.  W.A. Mann (built 1943; troopship: U.S. Navy, AP-112), 1962 July 12.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At Oakland.
Box 15, Envelope 120

Item No. 37.  Wacissa (gasoline tanker: U.S. Navy, AOG-19), 1955 September.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At Portland, Oregon. Fuel transport vessel.
Box 15, Envelope 121

Item No. 38.  Wheeling (missile range instrumentation ship: U.S. Navy, T-AGM-8), 1965 April 6.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 122

Item No. 39.  Wheeling (missile range instrumentation ship: U.S. Navy, T-AGM-8), 1966 July.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 15, Envelope 123

Item No. 40.  Yukon (destroyer: U.S. Navy, DDE 263), 1968 August 24.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 124

Item No. 41.  AT-2 (ship: U.S. Navy), undated.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 125

Item No. 42.  D-25 (destroyer: U.S. Navy), 1965 January 9.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 126

Item No. 43.  F-57 (ship: U.S. Navy), 1969 June 6.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 127

Item No. 44.  F-60 (ship: U.S. Navy), 1961.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 128

Item No. 45.  GR-16 (ship: U.S. Navy), 1961.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 129

Item No. 46.  KA-108 (ship: U.S. Navy), 1962 August 11.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

Possibly the USS WASHBURN (attack cargo ship: U.S. Navy, AKA-108)
Box 15, Envelope 130

Item No. 47.  PA-33 (ship: U.S. Navy), 1963 July.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

Possibly the USS BAYFIELD (attack transport: U.S. Navy, APA-33)
Box 15, Envelope 131

Item No. 48.  PA-37 (ship: U.S. Navy), 1962 July 14.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco. Possibly the USS CAVALIER (attack transport: U.S. Navy, APA-37)
Box 15, Envelope 132

Item No. 49.  PA-220 (ship: U.S. Navy), circa 1960s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

Possibly the USS OKANOGAN (built 1944; attack transport: U.S. Navy, APA-220)
Box 15, Envelope 133

Item No. 50.  8 (ship: U.S. Navy), 1963 July.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 134

Item No. 51.  11 (ship: U.S. Navy), circa 1960s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 135

Item No. 52.  14 (ship: U.S. Navy), circa 1960s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 136

Item No. 53.  20 (ship: U.S. Navy), 1965 April 16.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Diego.
Box 15, Envelope 137

Item No. 54.  53 (ship: U.S. Navy), 1961.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 138

Item No. 55.  73 (ship: U.S. Navy), circa 1960s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 15, Envelope 139

Item No. 56.  135 (ship: U.S. Navy), circa 1960s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 140

Item No. 57.  135 (ship: U.S. Navy), 1965 April 16.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Diego.
Box 15, Envelope 141

Item No. 58.  375 (ship: U.S. Navy), circa 1940s-1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 15, Envelope 142

Item No. 59.  558 (ship: U.S. Navy), circa 1960s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

Most likely DD 558 LAWS, laid down 1941 and launched 1943.
Box 15, Envelope 143

Item No. 60.  718 (ship: U.S. Navy), 1964 October 17.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 144

Item No. 61.  746 (destroyer: U.S. Navy), 1964 September 20.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 145

Item No. 62.  Unidentified Navy vessel, 1968 January.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

At San Francisco.
Box 15, Envelope 146

Item No. 63.  Unidentified U.S. Navy vessel, circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

possibly KA-90? Negative found with negatives for the PRESIDENT CLEVELAND, PRESIDENT HOOOVER, PRESIDENT POLK, PRESIDENT WILSON.
Boxes 9, 10

Series 2.  Lighthouse, transportation, family and other subjects, 1940-1976

Physical Description: 22 photographs

Scope and Content Note

Contains photographic negatives and prints of helicopters, lighthouses, railroad cars, Thickens and his family, and other photographs such as harbors and city scapes.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically or numerically within each file unit.
 

File Unit 2.1.  Helicopters,

Physical Description: .
Box 9, Envelope 1078

Item No. 1.  N4606G, 1968 December 21.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

In San Francisco
Box 9, Envelope 1079

Item No. 2.  N94569, 1966 July 4.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

In Lafayette, California.
 

File Unit 2.2.  Lighthouses,

Physical Description: .
Box 9, Envelope 1080

Item No. 1.  Unidentified lighthouse, 1967 April 20.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 9, Envelope 1081

Item No. 2.  Two unidentified lighthouses, circa 1960s-1970s.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.

Scope and Content Note

One photograph taken on August 31. One photograph taken on September 1 in Trinidad Head, [California] and appears to depict Trinidad Head Lighthosue.
 

File Unit 2.3.  Railroad cars,

Physical Description: .
Box 9, Envelope 1082

Item No. 1.  Sacramento Northern Railroad caboose 1642, 1976 August.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

San Francisco
Box 9, Envelope 1083

Item No. 2.  Railroad car Silver Canyon, 1975 September 20.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

In Jamestown, California
 

File Unit 2.4.  Thickens and his family,

Physical Description: .
Box 9, Envelope 1084

Item No. 1.  Dudley W. Thickens, 1972 November 11.

Physical Description: 2 negatives (1 envelope). Color negatives, 35 mm.

Scope and Content Note

In San Francisco.
Box 9, Envelope 1085

Item No. 2.  Thickens family on the WAPAMA, 1966 October.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

In San Francisco.
Box 9

File Unit 2.5.  Other, circa 1940-1972

Physical Description: .

Scope and Content Note

Includes photographs of ports, cityscapes, etc.
Box 9, Envelope 1086

Item No. 1.  Unidentified young man on the waterfront holding a camera, circa 1972.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

possibly one of Dudley Thicken's sons. Negative was originally housed with negatives and prints of CALIFORNIA dated 1972.
Box 9, Envelope 1087

Item No. 2.  Tom Crowley, Sr., 1964 June 12.

Physical Description: 1 negative. Black-and-white acetate negative.
Box 9, Envelope 1088

Item No. 3.  Aerial view of Lafayette from TWA flight, 1967.

Physical Description: 2 negatives. Black-and-white acetate negatives.
Box 10, Folder 6

Item No. 4.  Port of San Francisco, 1953 October 5.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

Aerial photograph of Pier 30 and Pier 32 Matson Navigation Company.
Box 10, Folder 6

Item No. 5.  Artistic redering of Aquatic Park, circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

Artist is Hubert Buel.
Box 10, Folder 6

Item No. 6.  San Francisco Ferry Building, circa 1950s.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

Buses and cars in front of building. San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge in the background.
Box 10, Folder 6

Item No. 7.  Howard Terminal at the Port of Oakland, circa 1940s-1950s.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

Aerial photograph. Photograph by Clyde Sunderland Aerial Photographs.
Box 10, Folder 6

Item No. 8.  Group portrait of Potter Committee Visiting the Propeller Club, 1953 October 21.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

Hugh Gallagher, President, Propeller Club of the United States (Matson Navigation Company); Donald Watson, President, Propeller Club, Port of San Francisco (Weyerhaeuser Steamship Company); U.S. Senator John Marshall Butler (Rep., Md.); U.S. Senator William F. Knowland (Rep., Calif.); U.S. Senator Warren G. Magnuson (Dem., Wash.); and U.S. Senator Charles E. Potter (Rep., Mich.)
Box 10, Folder 6

Item No. 9.  Naval Architects at the San Francisco Maritime Museum, 1954 June.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

Group portrait
Box 10, Folder 12

Item No. 10.  Unidentified building, undated.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white acetate negative.

Scope and Content Note

Likely in Oakland or San Francisco. Negative was in unlabeled envelope with negatives of vessels in San Francisco Bay. Vessels in the original envelope included: C.A. THAYER, NEW YORK, PHILLIPINE PRESIDENT ROXAS, SHIZUOKA MARU, unidentified vessel next to the Golden Gate Bridge.
Boxes 10, 16

Series 3.  Correspondence, 1918-1975 (bulk 1961-1975)

Physical Description: 2 boxes (0.4 linear feet of manuscripts and 73 photographs)

Scope and Content Note

The correspondence is primarily about the exchange of vessel information between Charles Loring and Dudley Thickens. They discussed specific vessel data such as built date, size of vessel, etc. but they also discussed how the vessels fit into different aspects of maritime history. They sent each other photographs, articles and newsletters and also spoke briefly about their families and what was going on in their lives. The correspondence between Ruth Loring and Dudley Thickens starts around the time of Charles Loring's death and is primarily about some books that Ruth gave to Dudley and a mutual misunderstanding about whether or not the books were to have been paid for and for how much. The letter from Ernie Plant was sent with some vessel negatives which have been housed separately and described in series 1.

Arrangement

In original order. All correspondence is filed in reverse chronological order and incoming correspondence and copies of outgoing correspondence are filed together. Also includes several lists with vessel data (date built, measurements, etc.) which have been left in place with the correspondence. Photographic prints that Loring sent to Thickens have been housed separately and described in File Unit 2. Some of the items that Loring mentions that he sent to Thickens in the correspondence were not received in this collection (e.g. some photos, issues of the Sea Letter, etc.)
Box 16

File Unit 3.1.  Dudley Thickens and Charles Marshall Loring correspondence, 1961-1973

Physical Description: 6 folders 0.3 linear feet.

Scope and Content Note

In August 1961 Dudley Thickens wrote a letter to Charles Marshall Loring because he had enjoyed reading Loring's articles in the Knave section of the Oakland Tribune and wondered if Loring could supply him with additional information about the Pacific Mail Steamship Company and the White Flyer Line. This was the start of a long correspondence and friendship surrounding the exchange of information and photographs of vessels (predominantly shipping vessels and ship lines). Per a letter of August 26, 1965, Dudley says that while he is interested in the history or lives of the vessels at present, he realizes that Loring's interest is in the construction and power of the ships per Loring's years of work in that field.
Charles Marshall Loring was born January 13, 1899 to Charles A. Loring and Jane Marshall Loring. He had two younger brothers named Filson and Robert and their family lived in Alameda. From 1917-1921 Loring studied at the University of California, Berkeley. Charles Loring's wife was named Ruth and they had two sons. Loring was a maritime historian and in his own words was "vitally concerned with the preservation of the history" of the Alaska Packers Association fleet. He compiled the data so it could be preserved by institutions dedicated to preserving the maritime history of the United States. Loring regularly contributed articles about the Pacific Mail Steamship Company to the "Knave" column in the Oakland Tribune in the late 1950s. The "Knave" was begun during the 1930s and was dedicated principally to California local history. In 1961 Dudley Thickens wrote to Charles Loring because Thickens wanted to reactivate a branch of the World Ship Society along with several other members and they endeavored to create a mimeographed publication from time to time. This was the start of their decade long correspondence and friendship which revolved around the exchange of maritime data and photographs. Charles Marshall Loring died June 17, 1973 in Napa, California.
Box 16, Folders 1-6

Item No. 1.  Correspondence between Dudley Thickens and Charles Marshall Loring, 1961-1973.

Physical Description: 6 folders (0.25 linear feet).

Scope and Content Note

Incoming and outgoing correspondence, primarily regarding the exchange of information about shipping vessels. Also includes manuscript pages of shipping data interfiled with letter it was received with.
Box 10

File Unit 3.2.  Charles Loring photographs sent to Dudley Thickens, 1918-1973

Physical Description: 73 photographs.

Scope and Content Note

Some of these photographs were removed from the correspondence. Other photographs were already housed separately. Charles Loring donated many of the same photographs to the San Francisco Maritime Museum and they can be found cataloged individually in the San Francisco Maritime Museum Classified Photographs collection. Some of the photographs were reproductions made in the 1960s-1970s of material originally created as early as 1857.
Box 10, Folder 7

Item No. 1.  Altmark (steamship), 1969.

Physical Description: 2 photographs. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

From Charles Loring, 1969 July 9. Print made in 1969 from J.G. Wurm photo. Original photo taken in 1920.
Box 10, Folder 7

Item No. 2.  Amelia (ferry), 1967.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

At broadway wharf. From Charles Loring, 1967 May 23. Print made in 1967 from photo in the SF Maritime collection. Original photo taken in 1869.
Box 10, Folder 7

Item No. 3.  Capt. A. F. Lucas (oil tanker), 1916.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. black-and-white gelatin silver photographic print

Scope and Content Note

Photograph taken in Kahului, Maui in 1916. From Charles Loring, 1968 June 17. Photo originally given to Charles Loring by U.C. Professor H.J. Scott circa 1920s.
Box 10, Folder 7

Item No. 4.  Diemerdyke (steamship), 1966 March 13.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

From Charles Loring, 1966 April 3. Vessel in the Carquinez Straits.
Box 10, Folder 7

Item No. 5.  Empire State (cargo vessel), circa 1960s-1970s.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

Part of the States Marine Line. From Charles Loring, circa 1961-1973. Print made circa 1960s-1970s. Original photo likely taken circa 1950s.
Box 10, Folder 7

Item No. 6.  Hoghton Tower (ship, 3m), circa 1970.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

At North Point dock. Sometimes seen spelled as HOUGHTON TOWER. From Charles Loring, circa 1970. Print made circa 1970 from photo held at SF Maritime Library. Original photo likely taken circa 1875.
Box 10, Folder 7

Item No. 7.  Iberia (passenger vessel), circa 1970.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

From Charles Loring, circa 1970.
Box 10, Folder 7

Item No. 8.  Iris (built 1885; steamship: U.S. Navy), circa 1970s.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

USSB Training ship, San Francisco, Hunter's Point. Large group of sailors on vessel and dock. From Charles Loring, circa 1970s. Print made circa 1970. Original photo taken 1918.
Box 10, Folder 7

Item No. 9.  Jalisco (cargo vessel), circa 1970.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

From Charles Loring, circa 1970. Print made circa 1970. Original photo likely taken circa 1940s-1950s.
Box 10, Folder 7

Item No. 10.  Julia (ferry), 1971.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

Central Pacific Railroad's ferry steamer Julia in Mare Island Straits off Vallejo. From Charles Loring, 1971 June 28. Print made in 1971. Original photo taken in 1885.
Box 10, Folder 7

Item No. 11.  Jin Ei Maru (cargo vessel), 1966 May 23.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

Vessel in the Carquinez Straits. From Charles Loring, 1966 July 20.
Box 10, Folder 7

Item No. 12.  La Merced (schooner, 4m), 1965.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

Four masted bald headed auxilliary schooner at outfitting dock Robertson shipyard. Benicia, CA. From Charles Loring, 1965 June 15. Print made in 1965 from photo taken by Harry Hesse. Original photo taken in 1917.
Box 10, Folder 7

Item No. 13.  Las Plumas (built 1957, railroad car ferry), circa 1970.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

From Charles Loring, circa 1970. Western Pacific Ship with the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge in the background. Print made circa 1960s-1970s.
Box 10, Folder 7

Item No. 14.  Mariposa (built 1883; passenger vessel), 1964.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

At British Columbia. From Charles Loring, 1964 June 6. Print made in 1964. Original photo taken in 1913.
Box 10, Folder 7

Item No. 15.  Mongolia (passenger vessel), 1969.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

Vessel passing through the Panama Canal en route to New York. From Charles Loring, 1969 July 9. Print made in 1969 from a J.G. Wurm photo. Original photo taken in 1928 September 12.
Box 10, Folder 7

Item No. 16.  Mount Vernon (transport: USAT) and Comfort (hospital ship: USAHS), circa 1970.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

Moored at Mare Island Quay Wall. From Charles Loring, circa 1970. Print made circa 1970. Original photo likely taken circa 1920s.
Box 10, Folder 8

Item No. 17.  D.G. Scofield (oil tanker), 1965.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

First oil tanker to take oil from Saudi Arabia on 1939 May 1. From Charles Loring, 1965 June 15. Print made in 1965. Original photo taken circa 1940s-1960s.
Box 10, Folder 8

Item No. 18.  Pawlet (cargo vessel), 1921 June 23.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white gelatin silver photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

At Shanghai, China. From Charles Loring, 1968 June 17. Photo originally given to Charles Loring by U.C. Professor H.J. Scott circa 1920s.
Box 10, Folder 8

Item No. 19.  Princess Italia (cruise ship), 1968.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

From Charles Loring, circa 1970.
Box 10, Folder 8

Item No. 20.  Princess Mary (built 1910; passenger vessel), 1964.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

At British Columbia circa 1913. From Charles Loring, 1964 June 6. Print made in 1964. Original photo taken circa 1913.
Box 10, Folder 8

Item No. 21.  South Portland (steamship), circa 1961-1973.

Physical Description: 2 photographs. Black-and-white photographic prints.

Scope and Content Note

Vessel in Coos Bay, Oregon. Prints made circa 1961-1973. Original photos likely date circa 1900s-1920s.
Box 10, Folder 8

Item No. 22.  Tidewater (merchant vessel), 1946 September 2.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

At Pier 16, San Francisco. Tidewater (ex Ancon, ex Permanente). From Charles Loring, 1966 July 20.
Box 10, Folder 8

Item No. 23.  Vallejo (ferry), 1970.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

Mare Island-Vallejo ferry. From Charles Loring, 1970 June 8. Print made in 1970 from a photo in the William H. Topley collection. Original photo taken circa 1901.
Box 10, Folder 8

Item No. 24.  Zinfandel (paddle steamer), 1969.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

Steamer aground in Napa River. From Charles Loring, 1969 July 9. Print made in 1969 from a photo held in the Napa County Historical Society. Original photo taken circa 1900-1920.
Box 10, Folder 8

Item No. 25.  Photographs of steamship photographs and photographs of Pacific Mail Steamship Company records, circa 1961-1973.

Physical Description: 17 photographs. Black-and-white photographic prints.

Scope and Content Note

From Charles Loring, 1961-1973.
Box 10, Folder 8

Item No. 26.  Photographs of steamship photographs, circa 1961-1973.

Physical Description: 9 photographs. Black-and-white photographic prints.

Scope and Content Note

From Charles Loring, 1961-1973. Photographs made circa 1961-1973 of 20th century steamship photographs.
Box 10, Folder 9

Item No. 27.  Benicia (built 1868; screw sloop, 3m: U.S. Navy), 1969 October.

Physical Description: 2 photographs. Black-and-white photographic prints.

Scope and Content Note

From Charles Loring 1970 January 22. Prints made in 1969 from US Navy Hist. Society office. Original photo circa 1868-1875.
Box 10, Folder 9

Item No. 28.  Champlin (built 1918; destroyer: U.S. Navy DD-104), circa 1918-1936.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

US Navy vessel in Rhode Island, circa 1918-1936. From Charles Loring, 1961-1973
Box 10, Folder 9

Item No. 29.  Chicago (built 1930; cruiser: U.S. Navy, CA-29), 1968.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

US Navy vessel at Mare Island. From Charles Loring circa 1968 December. Print made in 1968. Original photo dated 1934 March 9.
Box 10, Folder 9

Item No. 30.  Hartford (built 1858; sloop of war: U.S. Navy), 1970.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

At Mare Island. From Charles Loring 1970 April 5. Print made in 1970 from a William H. Topley photo by US Navy Hist. Society office. Original photo circa 1890-1899.
Box 10, Folder 9

Item No. 31.  Manning (revenue cutter: U.S. CGC), 1970.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

From Charles Loring circa 1970 June. Print made in 1970. Original photo 1919-1930.
Box 10, Folder 9

Item No. 32.  Mount Vernon (transport: U.S. Army Transport) and Comfort (hospital ship: U.S. Army Hospital Ship), 1970.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

From Charles Loring 1970 July 14. Print made in 1970 from U.S. Navy collection. Original photo dated 1920 January.
Box 10, Folder 9

Item No. 33.  Mount Vernon (transport: U.S. Army Transport), 1970.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

From Charles Loring 1970 April 5. Print made in 1970 from U.S. Navy collection. Original photo dated 1921.
Box 10, Folder 9

Item No. 34.  San Francisco (built 1889; cruiser: U.S. Navy, C-5), 1970.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

At Mare Island. From Charles Loring 1970 April 5. Print made in 1970 from a William H. Topley photo. Original photo dated 1895.
Box 10, Folder 9

Item No. 35.  Warren (built 1942; attack transport: U.S. Army, APA-53), 1969 April.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

From Charles Loring 1969 June 10. Print made in 1969. Original photo circa 1940s.
Box 10, Folder 9

Item No. 36.  West Virginia (built 1903; armored cruiser: U.S. Navy, ACR-5), 1968.

Physical Description: 2 photographs. Black-and-white photographic prints.

Scope and Content Note

From Charles Loring 1968 August 22. Prints made in 1968. Original photos circa 1903-1916.
Box 10, Folder 10

Item No. 37.  Unidentified vessel, 1966 March 10.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

House moving barge in Carquinez Straits from ex SF Ferry slip. From Charles Loring, 1966 April 3.
Box 10, Folder 10

Item No. 38.  Unidentified ferry boat, 1964 May.

Physical Description: 2 photographs. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

In disrepair and aground. [Could be the ferry boat JULIA in the Sauselito mud flats, which was mentioned in a letter from Loring to Thickens on July 28, 1971.] From Charles Loring, circa 1971.
Box 10, Folder 10

Item No. 39.  Unidentified cargo vessels, 1964.

Physical Description: 2 photographs. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

German or Dutch dry cargo steamer in Puget Sound. From Charles Loring, 1964 June 6. Prints made in 1964. Original photos circa 1913.
Box 10, Folder 11

Item No. 40.  Frisbie house in Vallejo, circa 1885, 1971.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

From Charles Loring, 1971 June 28. Print made in 1971. Original photo circa 1885.
Box 10, Folder 11

Item No. 41.  Photographs of paintings, 1970.

Physical Description: 2 photographs. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

Painting of Arctic Whaling fleet in 1871: painting of Lombard, North Point and Greenwich Street docks looking down Sansome Street in 1857 with ships GREAT REPUBLIC, HURRICANE, and ZENOBIA in water. From Charles Loring, circa 1970. Prints made in 1970. Original paintings 1857 and 1871.
Box 10, Folder 11

Item No. 42.  Three men on dock holding PRESIDENT CLEVELAND nameboard, circa 1960s-1970s.

Physical Description: 1 photograph. Black-and-white photographic print.

Scope and Content Note

From Charles Loring, circa 1970.
Box 16

File Unit 3.3.  Dudley Thickens and Ruth Loring correspondence, 1973-1975

Physical Description: 1 folder 0.2 linear feet.
Box 16, Folder 7

Item No. 1.  Correspondence between Dudley Thickens and Ruth Loring, 1973-1975.

Physical Description: 1 folder (0.1 linear feet).

Scope and Content Note

Incoming and outgoing correspondence, primarily regarding the sale of Charles Loring's books.
Box 16

File Unit 3.4.  Ernie Plant letter, 1961 January 5

Physical Description: 1 folder.
Box 16, Folder 8

Item No. 1.  Letter from Ernie Plant, 1961 January 5.

Physical Description: 1 folder (0.1 linear feet).

Scope and Content Note

Letter from Plant included some vessel negatives. These are now housed separately and can be found in series 1.
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