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Los Angeles Maritime Museum
Berth 84 Foot of Sixth Street
San Pedro, California 90731
Phone: (310) 548-7618
Fax: (310) 832-6537
Email: None
Collections with online items: 6
Physical collections: 7
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Fellows and Stewart papers

The papers of the firm Fellows and Stewart, Inc. are contained in 8 series. Series 1, 2 and 3 are the non-financial papers, financial records, and office and yacht correspondence files. These series cover the business of the firm with...

Long (Dwight Stanley) collection

Dwight Stanley Long’s (1915-1993) adventures as a circumnavigator, photographer and film director between 1930 and 1959 are revealed in photograph albums, programs, correspondence, books, articles, and press releases. His 32’ ketch was the IDLE HOUR, subject of a movie entitled...

Muller (William August) collection

The collection contains correspondence, financial statements, estimates, notes and photographs of the ships produced in the Wilmington and San Pedro (California) vicinity by the shipbuilder William A. Muller.

Perry G. Davis Collection

The Collection of Perry G. Davis contains postcards of the early 20th century in Japan and China; it also contains one book and a leather-bound portfolio used by Perry in his journeys on Navy ships. The postcards in his collection...

Pidgeon, Harold (1869-1954)

The Manuscript collection contains an original manuscript, correspondence and copies of publications. The Museum's collection contains artifacts from the creator.

Torrance R. Parker Collection

The collection contains business and personal correspondence; records of ship salvage and underwater construction work; diving logs, reports and manuals; survey and other diagrams; clippings and articles; rare diving equipment catalogs; maps; decompression tables and calculators; samples of permits, invoices,...

Walsh (Matthew Joseph) collection

Contains news clippings, photographic prints and negatives, an original manuscript, journal and newspaper articles. Business correspondence, although fragmentary, was kept between 1928-1954.