The Howard T. Livingston papers (SAFR 233, HDC 472) are comprised of typed and handwritten correspondence and narratives,
sketches, copies of articles, including "Coastwise on the CORONA" published in the Sealetter, May 1965. For the manuscript
of this article and additional correspondence with the San Francisco Maritime Museum, see HDC 900 SAFR 8885. Livingston's
writings feature maritime experiences from his youth dating around the turn of the previous century. The collection is also
rich in descriptions of his employment at the Fulton Iron Works, the San Pedro waterfront scene and the construction of the
north beach of the Marina district in San Francisco. The collection is available for research use without restriction.