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A guide to the Karl V. Lellman photograph of a Vicar of Bray (built 1841; bark, 3m) painting, late 1920s, circa 1874
P82-129 (SAFR 18445)  
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Description
The Karl V. Lellman photograph of a Vicar of Bray (built 1841; bark, 3m) painting, (SAFR 18445, P82-129) is comprised of a photograph by Karl V. Lellman taken in the late 1920s of a painting of VICAR OF BRAY that was likely painted circa 1874. The collection has been processed to the Collection level and is open for use.
Background
VICAR OF BRAY (built 1841; bark, 3m) was built by Robert Hardy in Whitehaven, England. She is the last surviving sailing ship that was among those to arrive in San Francisco, California, during the 1849 Gold Rush. Her last voyage was in 1880, at which point she was hulked at Goose Green on the Falkland Islands. Plans were formulated to bring the vessel to San Francisco, but they never came to fruition.
Extent
3 items.
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Availability
This collection is open for use unless otherwise noted.