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A guide to the San Francisco Maritime Museum classified photograph collection, 1575-1984
P93-065 (SAFR 21374)  
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Item No. K07.21184.  Norwood (steam schooner) under way, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port broadside view. Double-ender. Gift - Dick Dillon, 8/4/67.
 

Item No. K07.21343.  Mayfair (built 1905; steam schooner) with deckload of lumber in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin postcard photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port beam view as seen from an elevation. Address and correspondence on the back of the print. Postmarked March 26, 1912.
Caption: Steamer - Mayfair.
 

Item No. K07.21610.  Unidentified bark, 3m in the stream at an unidentified location, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K07.21829.  Victoria (passenger vessel) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white stereograph photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Iron hull. "Looks like Klondike days."
 

Item No. K07.22054.  Alameda (passenger vessel), under way, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white gelatin dry plate. Glass plate cracked., gl (4 x 5 in.; sandwiched gs): ps, n
 

Item No. K07.22124.  Lusitania (passenger vessel), undated

Creator/Collector: Hester, Wilhelm, 1872-1947
Extent: 1 form of image.
Physical Description: Black-and-white gelatin dry plate. Approx. 1/4 of top part of plate missing., gs (5 x 7 in.): psl Photog. No. 12

Scope and Content Note

Source: "Hester photo, per McGarvey".
 

Item No. K07.22263.  Centralia (built 1902; steam schooner) apparently getting under way from a pier, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K07.22307.  President McKinley (built 1921; passenger vessel) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 6-1/2 in.), p (3-1/2 x 4-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard bow view.
 

Item No. K07.22420.  Unidentified junk, with many people aboard, at Eureka, California, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Possible the AMOY (junk).
 

Item No. K07.22600.  Omrah (passenger vessel) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white collotype postcard photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard view. Same image as K07.22649p.
Caption: The Orient-Pacific Line R.M.S. "Omrah."
 

Item No. K07.22619.  Cleo (brigantine) under way in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white photographic print., pl (8-1/4 x 6-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port bow view.
 

Item No. K07.22649.  Omrah (passenger vessel) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white collotype postcard photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard view. Same image as K07.22600p.
Caption: The Orient-Pacific Line R.M.S. "Omrah."
 

Item No. K07.22774.  President McKinley (built 1921; passenger vessel) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 4-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Date might be early 1920's.
 

Item No. K07.22855.  F.S. Loop (built 1907; steam schooner), middle distance view, in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (4 x 5 in.), p (4 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Loop Lumber Company vessel. Unusual deckload difficult to discern.
 

Item No. K07.23044.  Sixteen-oared barge under way at a distance, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 2-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Note dressed unidentified launch in background.
 

Item No. K07.23221.  Presidente Sarmiento (steamer, 3m: training ship) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin postcard photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.) Photog. No. 270

Scope and Content Note

Port bow view. Argentinian training vessel. Ship, 3m with steam engine.
Caption: A.R.A. Presidente Sarmiento
 

Item No. K07.23809.  Casco (schooner, 2m: yacht) under way, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.): n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard broadside view.
 

Item No. K07.23842.  Waterwitch (launch) under way, probably on San Francisco Bay, Calif., circa 1904

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard broadside view. "Property of Young Brothers. 45 ft. x 9 ft. 40 H.P. 'Union' engine." Group of four men in view at the stern. Two unidentified two-masted schooners in the background.
 

Item No. K07.23853.  Tusitala (built 1883; full rigged ship, 3m) off Honolulu, Hawaii, 1923-1939

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (7-1/4 x 9-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port quarter aerial view. Diamond Head is in the right background. Print with the same image can also be found in P78-009.
This vessel was known by the name TUSITALA from 1923-1939, and then became a training ship in the U. S. Coast Guard.
Caption: (0305-917C-11) (9-10-29) (12-100) The Schooner "Tusitala"
 

Item No. K07.23891.  Emma Alexander (built 1913; passenger vessel) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5 x 4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Bow view. Sold to Canadian Pacific S.S. Co. on March 12, 1941.
 

Item No. K07.24092.  Two unidentified paddle riverboats under way, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white photographic print., p (3-3/4 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port quarter view.
 

Item No. K07.24378.  President Hoover (passenger vessel) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3 x 4-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port bow view.
 

Item No. K07.24419.  Unidentified junk, undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (3-3/4 x 6 in.), n (3-3/4 x 6 in.)
 

Item No. K07.24627.  Star of Holland (built 1885; bark, 3m), port quarter view, in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.): pl
 

Item No. K07.25269.  Maine (built 1889; battleship; U.S. Navy) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard bow view. Gift - A.E.M. Plapp.
 

Item No. K07.25903.  Pronto (launch)., possibly 1920-1935

Creator/Collector: Procter, J. W. (John W.), 1875-1937
Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: nt; b&w nitrate neg; 2-1/2x4-1/2 in. n; b&w safety neg; 2-1/2x4-1/2 in. ps; b&w safety pos; 2-1/2x4-1/2 in., nt (2-1/2 x 4-1/2 in.), n (2-1/2 x 4-1/2 in.), ps (2-1/2 x 4-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Broadside, approaching beach.
 

Item No. K07.25965.  Santa Clara (passenger vessel) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4 x 6 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard beam view.
Caption: S.S. Santa Clara
 

Item No. K07.25979.  Lakme (built 1888; steam schooner) under way, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4 x 6-1/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port beam view. Note partial deckload.
 

Item No. K07.25980.  Makinaw (freighter) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4 x 6 in.): n (4 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

MAKINAW (freighter), beam view in the stream at middle distance; date and place not stated.
Caption: Makinaw
 

Item No. K07.26162.  Unidentified steam schooner under way, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard broadside view.
 

Item No. K07.26262.  Martha W. Tuft (built 1876; schooner, 2m) under way, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Color photographic print., cpl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Artist's conception. Photo of a painting by Joseph Lee. Port broadside view. Gift - James E. Tuft.
 

Item No. K07.26578.  Lurline (built 1908; merchant vessel) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard bow view. Cargo liner type passenger vessel; engines aft.
Caption: Enjoy Delightful days at Sea / on the S.S. Lurline / Seattle - Honolulu / Matson Navigation Company / Every 35 days from Seattle
 

Item No. K07.26863.  Mermaid (bark, 3m) magazine illustration, circa 1851

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

A true clipper. Copied from Gleason's Pictorial Drawing Room Companion fro June 7, 1851.
Caption: Clipper Barque Mermaid.
 

Item No. K07.27021.  Mongolia (passenger vessel) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4 x 6 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard quarter view.
 

Item No. K07.27138.  Golden Gate (schooner, 3m), stern view, under way in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K07.27140.  Tusitala (built 1883; full rigged ship, 3m), bow on view, leaving port, 1923-1939

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

This vessel was known by the name TUSITALA from 1923-1939, and then became a training ship in the U. S. Coast Guard.
 

Item No. K07.27330.  Umatilla (built 1881; steam schooner)., circa 1884-1894

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: nt; b&w nitrate neg; 2-1/2x4 in. scr1c:89; b&w print; 6x10 in. n; b&w safety neg; 2-1/2x4 in. ps; b&w safety pos; 2-1/2x4 in., nt (2-1/2 x 4 in.), scr1c:89 (6 x 10 in.): ps, n

Scope and Content Note

Broadside, underway. Procter Coll. For more information see scr1c:89.
 

Item No. K07.27351.  Empress of Japan (passenger vessel) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (6-1/4 x 9-1/2 in.) Photog. No. 22937

Scope and Content Note

Starboard bow view.
 

Item No. K07.27362.  Empress of Russia (built 1913; passenger vessel) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8-1/4 x 4-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard bow view. Canadian Pacific Line vessel. Later burned while refitting September 8, 1945. The hulk was broken up for scrap in 1946.
 

Item No. K07.27369.  Duchess of Bedford (passenger vessel), dressed, in the stream, undated

Extent: 3 photographic prints.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.) Photog. No. 28565

Scope and Content Note

Starboard bow view.
 

Item No. K07.27387.  Empress of Britain (passenger vessel) under way in the stream, undated

Extent: 3 photographic prints.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.) Photog. No. 22045

Scope and Content Note

Port bow view.
 

Item No. K07.27534.01.  Unidentified steamer, circa 1925-1929

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 2-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard view.
 

Item No. K07.27534.02.  Unidentified steamer, circa 1925-1929

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (2-1/2 x 3-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port view.
 

Item No. K07.27534.03.  Unidentified steamer, circa 1925-1929

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (2-1/2 x 3-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard view.
 

Item No. K07.27534.04.  Unidentified steamer under way, circa 1925-1929

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (2-3/4 x 3-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard view.
 

Item No. K07.27534.05.  Unidentified steamer, circa 1925-1929

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-1/2 x 2-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Stern view.
 

Item No. K07.27586.  Te Vega (schooner, 2m) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port beam view. "Baldheaded schooner rigged; see K07.27587 for topsail schooner rigged."
 

Item No. K07.27587.  Te Vega (schooner, 2m) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port beam view. "Topsail rigged; see K07.27586 for baldheaded schooner rigged."
 

Item No. K07.27600.  Bengairn (barkentine, 4m), undated

Extent: 1 form of image.
Physical Description: Black-and-white gelatin dry plate., g (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

This image is a photograph of a painting. BENGAIRN was a French barkentine.
 

Item No. K07.27920.  Thermopylae (bark, 3m), undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4 x 5-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Artist's conception.
Caption: Thermopylae
 

Item No. K07.27924.  Northern Chief (built 1886; bark, ?m) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (6-3/4 x 4-1/2 in.) Photog. No. 878

Scope and Content Note

Port bow view.
Caption: Northern Chief
 

Item No. K07.27968.  Kalisto (schooner, 3m: yacht) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 4-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard beam view. Topsail schooner. Later FISHERMAN II.
 

Item No. K07.27986.  Unidentified harbor area and launches, circa 1918

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified steamer approaching in the distance. Location probably coastal area in the Northwest. From album dated 1918.
 

Item No. K07.28362.  Admiral Evans (built 1901; passenger vessel) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Print is reversed. Port bow view.
 

Item No. K07.28367.  Centennial (steamer), middle distance view, under way, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K07.28368.  Centennial (steamer) under way in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 6 in.)
 

Item No. K07.28585.  Atlas (built 1898; tanker), light, under way in the stream, 1922

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (7-1/4 x 9-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard broadside view. ATLAS "towed Standard Oil Barge No. 93 from New York via Straits of Magellan, arriving at that time the longest tow on record - 13,135 miles."
 

Item No. K07.28588.  Capt. A.F. Lucas (built 1904; tanker) in the stream, 1936 Jan

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (7-1/2 x 9-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard broadside view.
 

Item No. K07.28591.  Standard Service (built 1923; tanker) under way, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (7-1/2 x 9-1/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard broadside view. "Complete electrically operated, takes care of seasonal trade in Alaskan waters."
 

Item No. K07.28592.  Hawaiian Standard (built 1923; tanker) under way in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (6-3/4 x 9-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard broadside view. "Complete electrically operated, makes deliveries to trade in Hawaiian Islands."
 

Item No. K07.28593.  Bahrein (built 1921; tanker) under way in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (5-3/4 x 8-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port broadside view. Ex R.J. HANNA. Renamed BAHREIN in 1935. "Carries bulk deliveries from Bahrein to Japan."
 

Item No. K07.28594.  California Standard (built 1929; tanker) in the stream, circa 1929

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (7-1/2 x 9-1/2 in.): n

Scope and Content Note

Port bow view. "Carries bulk deliveries from Bahrein to Japan."
 

Item No. K07.28595.  Richmond (built 1913; tanker) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (7-1/4 x 9 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port broadside view. "Operated between New York, England, and France during World War I (1917-18) towing barge no. 95."
 

Item No. K07.28596.  El Segundo (built 1912; tanker) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (7-1/4 x 9-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard broadside view. "First vessel constructed under plans and specifications prepared by our own Marine Department."
 

Item No. K07.28597.  Alaska Standard (built 1923; tanker) under way in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (7-1/2 x 9-1/2 in.): n

Scope and Content Note

Starboard broadside view. "Complete electrically operated, takes care of seasonal trade in Alaska waters."
 

Item No. K07.28598.  R.J. Hanna (built 1921; tanker) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (6-3/4 x 9-1/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard bow view. Second of the name R.J. HANNA. Ex LUBRICO; later BAHREIN.
 

Item No. K07.28599.  J.C. Fitzsimmons (built 1925; tanker) under way in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (7-1/2 x 9-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port broadside view. Ex MONTROLITE.
 

Item No. K07.28984.  Anson S. Brooks (freighter) under way at Astoria, Oregon, 1920 May

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (7-1/2 x 9-1/2 in.): n

Scope and Content Note

Port quarter view. Additional information included inside the negative enclosure:

  • "S.S. ANSON S. BROOKS at Astoria, Oregon May 1920
  • Laid down in 1918 by McEachern Ship Company of Astoria as AROTURUS for the U.S. Shipping Board (Hough Type wooden cargo vessel), work on her was suspended after launching in May 1919. Completed at Portland in April 1920 as a specialized lumber carrier for the Brooks Scanlon Corp. of Florida. She had a peculiar short rig in order to fit inside a covered dock at Eastport, Florida where she loaded lumber by electric dock cranes. In Cuba she discharged and loaded sugar with her own gear. In 1923 BROOKS was in service on west coast having been charted by McCormick Steamship Co. In 1924 renamed DAVID C. MEYER when bought by Wiggins Meyer S.S. Co. of Portland. She operated chiefly between Columbia River ports, San Pedro and San Diego until March 9, 1926 when she hit a rock and stranded off Point Fermin. Though towed into San Pedro she was beyond repair and broken up later that year.
  • L.A. hough
  • March 1988."
  • See also K01.28983 pl.
 

Item No. K07.29112.  Raymond (steam schooner) running light while under way, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-3/4 x 4-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port beam view.
 

Item No. K07.29121.  Hornet (steam schooner), beam view, under way while light, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print hand-colored., p (4 x 6 in.): n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K07.29122.  Hardy (built 1898; steam schooner) under way while light, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print, hand-colored., p (4 x 6 in.)
 

Item No. K07.29123.  Texada (built 1917; freighter) under way, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print, hand-colored., p (4 x 6 in.)
 

Item No. K07.29124.  Brookings (freighter) under way in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print, hand-colored., p (4 x 6 in.)
 

Item No. K07.29125.  Daisy Gray (steam schooner) under way while light, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print, hand-colored., p (4 x 6 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Double-ender. Port beam view.
 

Item No. K07.29130.  Yellowstone (steam schooner) in the stream while light, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard bow view.
 

Item No. K07.29131.  Yellowstone (steam schooner), dressed, under way while light, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-3/4 x 5-1/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard beam view.
 

Item No. K07.29132.  Ravalli (steam schooner) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Double-ender. Starboard view.
 

Item No. K07.29133.  Yellowstone (steam schooner) in the stream while light, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard beam view.
 

Item No. K07.29135.  Chehalis (built 1901; steam schooner) in the stream while light, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 4-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port bow view.
 

Item No. K07.29140.  Arabs (built 1904; tugboat) under way, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-3/4 x 7 in.): n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard beam view.
 

Item No. K07.29142.  Sea Queen (built 1888; tugboat) under way, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print, hand-colored., p (4-1/4 x 6 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port beam view.
 

Item No. K07.29245.  Norwood (steam schooner) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard beam view.
 

Item No. K07.29266.  Mindoro (built 1901; schooner, 4m), bow breast view, under way, 1916

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (3 x 4 in.), n (3 x 4 in.)
 

Item No. K07.29316.  Governor (passenger vessel) under way and E.R. Sterling (built 1883; barkentine, 6m) in the stream, undated

Creator/Collector: Weidner Photo
Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.) Photog. No. 94

Scope and Content Note

Middle distance view.
 

Item No. K07.29323.  New Orleans (built 1933; cruiser; U.S. Navy), undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port broadside view. Location not stated, but there are palm trees in the foreground. Copyright Tai Sing Loo.
 

Item No. K07.29394.  California (freighter) under way, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (7 x 10 in.): n

Scope and Content Note

Port bow view. States Line freighter. Gift - R.M. Benson, 4/1974.
 

Item No. K07.29405.  Yale (passenger vessel) under way in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.): n

Scope and Content Note

Port bow view. Gift - R.M. Benson, 4/1974.
 

Item No. K07.29409.  Dinteldyk (freighter) under way in the stream, undated

Extent: 2 photographic prints.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port bow view. Gift - R.M. Benson, 4/1974.
 

Item No. K07.29410.  Tenyo Maru (passenger vessel) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port bow view. Gift - R.M. Benson, 4/1974.
 

Item No. K07.29412.  Iberia (passenger vessel) under way in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port broadside view. Gift - R.M. Benson, 4/1974.
 

Item No. K07.29553.  Drottningholm (passenger vessel) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white letterpress halftone postcard print., p (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port bow view. Swedish American Line vessel.
 

Item No. K07.29554.  Rydboholm (freighter) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white letterpress halftone postcard print., p (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port beam view. Swedish American Line vessel.
 

Item No. K07.29559.  Virginia (built 1928; passenger vessel) approaching Broadway pier, San Diego, CA, 1929 Jun 14

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.): p (5 x 7-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K07.29561.  Mongolia (built 1903; passenger vessel) in the stream, 1911

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4 x 6 in.) Photog. No 3010

Scope and Content Note

Port bow view.
Caption: S.S. Mongolia - 1911
 

Item No. K07.29562.  Willapa (steam schooner), undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

The first WILLAPA. Starboard beam view.
 

Item No. K07.29564.  Sierra (passenger vessel) under way, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (5 x 8 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port broadside view. Gift - R.M. Benson.
 

Item No. K07.29566.  Zealandia (built 1875; passenger vessel) in the stream, 1875

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin postcard photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.) Photog. No. 02917

Scope and Content Note

Port bow view. Note crowd of people on board.
 

Item No. K07.29580.  Northland Prince (cargoliner) under way in the wintry north, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5 x 7 n.)

Scope and Content Note

Artist's conception. Starboard beam view. Plate VI, pg. 79.
 

Item No. K07.29581.  Transvaal (freighter) in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5 x 7 n.)

Scope and Content Note

Port beam view.
 

Item No. K07.29677.  Sternwheel launch for Western rivers, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Artist's conception for an illustration in a catalog. The launch is steam powered. Starboard bow view. A man is at the wheel and two passengers are in view on board.
Caption: Fig. 76.-Stern-Wheel Launch for Western Rivers.
 

Item No. K07.29701.  La Purisima (tanker), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (3-5/8 x 6-1/2 in.), n (3-3/4 x 6-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K07.29708.  Louis A. Milne (built 1919; hospital ship; U.S. Army) probably at Boston, MA, circa 1945

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white letterpress halftone postcard print., p (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Ex LEWIS LUCKENBACH (built 1919; freighter). Photo by U.S. Army Signal Corps. National Red Cross postcard.

Caption: U.S. Army Hospital Ship "Louis A. Milne"

  • Commissioned at Boston Port of Embarkation
  • March 16, 1945
  • Operated by Transportation Corps, ASF
 

Item No. K07.29733.  Star of Holland (built 1885; bark, 3m), light, in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print mounted on paper., pl (6-1/2 x 8-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port broadside view.
 

Item No. K07.30118.  Red Birch (buoy tender; U.S. Coast Guard) under way, 1976

Extent: 5 photographic prints.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard bow view.
 

Item No. K07.30462.  Unidentified tugboat under way, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4 x 5-1/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard beam view.
 

Item No. K07.30468.  Unidentified steam schooner in the stream while light, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port view.
 

Item No. K07.30469.  Unidentified steam schooner under way in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print, hand-colored., p (4-1/4 x 6 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard beam view.
 

Item No. K07.30470.  Unidentified steam schooner under way in the stream while light, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print, hand-colored., p (4-1/4 x 6 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port beam view.
 

Item No. K07.30471.  Unidentified steam schooner under way while light, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Double-ender. Port beam view.
 

Item No. K07.30472.  Samoa (freighter) under way in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print, hand-colored., p (4 x 6 in.): n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port beam view.
 

Item No. K07.30474.  Unidentified bark, 5m in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 6 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard beam view.
 

Item No. K07.31000.  Unidentified U.S. Naval vessel under way, undated

Creator/Collector: Muller, E.
Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., x (7 x 12 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port bow view.
 

Item No. K07.35902.  Unidentified modern whaler, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (10 x 8 in.): n (7 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Port bow view.
 

Item No. K07.35907.  Whale partially in view on the water surface, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (7 x 10-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K07.38034.  Unidentified launch, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (2-3/4 x 3-1/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

This launch was built with ERMA (scow schooner). See A04.21371.
 

Item No. K07.38715.  Wapama (built 1915; steam schooner), undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print mounted on paper., pl (5-3/4 x 8-1/2 in.): n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Starboard broadside view. See also B07.39085 n.
 

Item No. K07.38810.  C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m) at sea under sail, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3 x 5 in.): n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K07.39357.  Pronto (launch). San Francisco Bay, CA, possibly 1920-1935

Creator/Collector: Procter, J. W. (John W.), 1875-1937
Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: nt; b&w nitrate neg; 2-1/2x4-1/2 in. n; b&w safety neg; 2-1/2x4-1/2 in. ps; b&w safety pos; 2-1/2x4-1/2 in., nt (2-1/2 x 4-1/2 in.), n (2-1/2 x 4-1/2 in.), ps (2-1/2 x 4-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Off port bow, underway.
 

Item No. K07.40489.  Star of Alaska (built 1886; ship, 3m), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (2-1/2 x 3-1/2 in.), n (2-1/2 x 3-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K07.40925.  New Ironsides (built 1862; vessel type unidentified; U.S. Navy), undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.), pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Artist's conception. Broadside view. "The NEW IRONSIDES, the most powerful vessel in the navy of 1863, led the attacks on Charleston in 1863 and at Cape Fear River in 1864. She carried (16) 11 inch Dahlgren guns and (2) 200-pound rifles." Taken from "The United States Navy, from Revolution to Date." Published by P.F. Collier & Son 1916 (1917?) p. 60.
Caption: U.S. Ironclad New Ironsides
 

Item No. K07.40961.  Balclutha (built 1886; ship, 3m) under way, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print mounted on cardstock., x (9-3/4 x 13-1/4 in.): n

Scope and Content Note

Artist's conception. Starboard broadside view. "This photograph of painting of BALCLUTHA was given to Frank Kissinger by Capt. Halverson of the Alaska Packers Association."
 

Item No. K07.41074.  Taney (built 1936; cutter; U.S. Coast Guard), possibly 1940-1960

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., scr9lll:49: n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K07.41395.  Tongass (built 1915; steam schooner), undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K07.41411.  Unid. merchant vessels - a bark, whaler, cutter, sailboat, hermaphrodite brig, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., nl

Scope and Content Note

Photo of an illustration from "Iconographic Encyclopedia of Science, Literature, and Art" by J.G. Heck, published 1851.

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  • AE
  • 27
  • H43
  • V.3
  • Taf16, C.2
 

Item No. K07.41553.  Wapama (built 1915; steam schooner) under way, undated

Extent: 3 negatives.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; color positive; color negative, n (4 x 5 in.), cp (4 x 5 in.), cn (4 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Restricted use. Painting by Wayne Bonnett. Museum Services accession #694 (original painting in collection).
 

Item No. K07.41554.  Unidentified steam schooner under way, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

From "Christmas at Sea" p. 17. G 540 K46.
 

File Unit 08.  08. Vessel or vessels laid up, undated

Extent: 29 photographs.

Scope and Content Note

Such as a mothball fleet.
 

Item No. K08.00854.01.  James Rolph (vessel type unidentified) seen as a hulk, undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (3-3/4 x 6-1/4 in.), n (3-3/4 x 6-1/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Ex CELTIC MONARCH (built 1884; ship, 3m).
 

Item No. K08.00854.02.  Unidentified person standing beside what appears to be an unidentified hulk, undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (3-3/4 x 6 in.), n (3-3/4 x 6 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Vessel might be the JAMES ROLPH (vessel type unidentified).
 

Item No. K08.00855.  James Rolph (vessel type unidentified) hulk, undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (3-3/4 x 6 in.), n (3-3/4 x 6 in.)
 

Item No. K08.01014.  Dunsyre (vessel type unidentified), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (3-3/4 x 7 in.), n (3-3/4 x 6-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K08.01015.  Dunsyre (ship, 3m), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 6-1/4 in.), n (4 x 6-1/4 in.)
 

Item No. K08.01038.  David Dollar (built 1893; bark, 4m), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (3-3/4 x 6 in.), n (3-3/4 x 6 in.)
 

Item No. K08.01039.  David Dollar (built 1893; bark, 4m), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (3-3/4 x 6-1/4 in.), n (3-3/4 x 6 in.)
 

Item No. K08.01101.  City of Panama (steamship), appears to be a hulk, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white gelatin dry plate., gs (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K08.01152.01.  Iriquois (vessel type unidentified), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5 in.), n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K08.01152.02.  Iriquois (vessel type unidentified), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5 in.), n (4 x 5 in.): p (4 x 5-1/4 in.)
 

Item No. K08.01152.03.  Iriquois (vessel type unidentified), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5 in.), n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K08.01152.04.  Iriquois (vessel type unidentified), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4-1/2 x 5-1/4 in.), n (4-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K08.01152.05.  Iriquois (vessel type unidentified), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4-1/2 x 5-1/4 in.), n (4-1/4 x 5-1/4 in.)
 

Item No. K08.01152.06.  Iriquois (vessel type unidentified), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4-1/4 x 5-1/4 in.), n (4-1/4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K08.01152.07.  Iriquois (vessel type unidentified), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4-1/4 x 5-1/2 in.), n (4-1/2 x 5-1/4 in.)
 

Item No. K08.01152.08.  Iriquois (vessel type unidentified), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4-1/2 x 5-1/4 in.), n (4-1/4 x 5-1/4 in.)
 

Item No. K08.01152.09.  Iriquois (vessel type unidentified), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.), n (4-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K08.01373.  Olivebank (built 1892; bark, 4m) dismasted at a pier, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-3/4 x 4-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Middle distance view.
 

Item No. K08.01616.  Monarch (riverboat) laid up, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Image is distorted.
 

Item No. K08.01902.  Rex (vessel type unidentified) hulk at a wharf, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/4 x 4-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K08.01989.01.  Hauled out remains of an unidentified vessel, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (2-3/4 x 4-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Either a ferry or a riverboat.
 

Item No. K08.01989.02.  Hauled out remains of an unidentified vessel, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (2-3/4 x 4-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Either a ferry or a riverboat.
 

Item No. K08.02266.  David Dollar (built 1893; bark, 4m) hulk pierside, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5-3/4 x 3-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Bow view.
 

Item No. K08.05136.  David Dollar (built 1893; bark, 4m) view on board while laid up, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (2-3/4 x 4-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

G - Wm. Muir 2/4/52.
 

Item No. K08.08538.  Unidentified scow schooner hulk laid up in the tules, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3 x 4-3/4 in.): n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K08.23423.  Edwin Fox (built 1853; bark, ?m) hulk seen bow on, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Wooden bark built in Calcutta.
 

Item No. K08.24492.  Unidentified schooner tied up at a pier, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (10 x 8 in.)

Scope and Content Note

View at the stern.
 

Item No. K08.26572.  Success (ship, 3m: prison ship) hulk stern on exhibit, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin postcard photographic print., p (5-1/2 x 3-1/2 in.): n (7 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K08.28223.  Unidentified hulk deck view, undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (6-1/2 x 3-3/4 in.), n (6-1/2 x 3-3/4 in.), p (5-3/4 x 3-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Bay area? Unidentified man in view.
 

File Unit 09.  09. Deck scenes, 1887-1948

Extent: 465 photographs.

Scope and Content Note

Use for general deck scenes. This subclass has priority over Series 21 classification V if more than detail is shown. See Series 21 for details.
 

Item No. K09.00002.  Unidentified crew on unidentified sailer, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00003.  Colbert (built 1872; bark, 3m) French crew, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

On display on board BALCLUTHA (built 1886; ship, 3m).
 

Item No. K09.00012.  Ben-Lee (built 1893; ship, 3m) crew, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00038.  Hauling in the main sheet on an unidentified sailing yacht, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white gelatin dry plate., g (5 x 8 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00118.  Samar (built 1901; schooner, 4m) view on board, 1907 Feb 14

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.), pl (8 x 10 in.), x (11 x 14 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Taken on christening day of Asmussen daughter. Capt. Asmussen is leaning on wheel. Mrs. Asmussen is in the center. Irene Coulter, godmother, is on the left. First mate Alff Hansen is holding the child. Dog also in view. Source: L&C - Capt. Marcus Asmussen 3/20/56.
 

Item No. K09.00123.  Gamble (schooner, ?m) crewmen handling a slingload of lumber on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00165.  Alaska (steamer) officers, 1920 Apr

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.), pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Four men in view. Niels Ronberg, 3rd mate, near the binnacle; Chief Officer Busse; Capt. Nord; and Second Officer Herberger. "Ronberg was later mate on the WAPAMA (built 1915; steam schooner), 1922-1927; one passage as Master, January 1927. Later he was Master of the HAMLIN F. MCCORMICK (built 1919; steam schooner)."
 

Item No. K09.00167.  Gamble (schooner, ?m) crewmen repairing sails on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00189.  Salvador (schooner, ?m) crew members posing on the after deck, circa 1901

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Date is prior to 1901.
 

Item No. K09.00222.  Capt. Murphy of the Arthur Sewall (bark, ?m) poses with a dog and a girl, possibly his daughter, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.): pl
 

Item No. K09.00244.  Richard Rush (built 1874; cutter; U.S. Revenue Service) crew on the after deck, in uniform, for a formal pose, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Pop Anderson - father of Walter Anderson of Anderson/Cristofani Shipyard and owner of Anderson's yard, was Carpenter in the RICHARD RUSH. He is sixth from the left in the picture.
 

Item No. K09.00264.  Saturnina Fanny (ship, ?m) crew members posing on board, circa 1900-1910

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.): x

Scope and Content Note

Italian steel ship. Nineteen men in view. Additional information included inside the negative enclosure: "Finally I am indebted for the two nice photos of two crews of the SATURNINA FANNY of La Spezia. In one taken before 1904 I identified her master of the time Capt. Rolando Perasso, father of the subsquent master Capt. Francisco A. Perasso. I hope to make some other identifications.

  • This Francisco died July 1967 and his Mate Capt. Mario Taddei shipowner in New York died Jan. 1971. Still alive but out of mind her last master in Cape Horn trade (1912/1915), the 89-years old Capt. Alberto Queirolo. In anyway the two photos will form a very valuable items amongst my nautical souvenirs. And I am greatly indebted to you.
  • Hoping to hear again from you an[d] always glad to be in touch with you, I beg to remain, Dear Mr. Kortum,
  • yours very sincerely,
  • Tomaso Gropallo."
 

Item No. K09.00288.  Llewellyn J. Morse (built 1877; ship, 3m) fishermen on deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Alaska Packers vessel.
 

Item No. K09.00318.  Saturnina Fanny (ship, ?m) crew, circa 1900-1910

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Italian steel ship. See Information with K09.00264.
 

Item No. K09.00319.  Queen (steamer) with Capt. "Foghorn" Reilly and other personnel on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Reilly is in way of the mast.
 

Item No. K09.00374.  Star of Italy (built 1877; ship, 3m) workmen on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Alaska Packers vessel. Digital Image ID #48.
 

Item No. K09.00419.  Mindoro (built 1901; schooner, 4m) concealing Navy launches, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Swadley neg. 19166.
 

Item No. K09.00422.  Unidentified cannery tender, undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (3-1/2 x 4-1/2 in.), n (3-1/2 x 4-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00424.  Unidentified cannery tender, undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (3-3/4 x 4-1/2 in.), n (3-1/2 x 4-3/4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00426.  Unidentified cannery tender, undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (3-1/2 x 4-1/2 in.), n (3-1/2 x 4-1/2 in.): p (3-1/2 x 4-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00468.01.  Emma Alexander (built 1913; passenger vessel), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5 in.), n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00468.02.  Emma Alexander (built 1913; passenger vessel), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5 in.), n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00468.03.  Emma Alexander (built 1913; passenger vessel), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5 in.), n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00488.01.  Unidentified ship deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5 in.), n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00488.02.  Unidentified ship deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5 in.), n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00499.  Unidentified sailing vessel deck view showing numerous passengers, circa 1897-1898

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

On the way to the Klondike.
 

Item No. K09.00543.  James F. McKenna ? (built 1902; scow schooner) party on deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

See Info. File. Copied from Anderson & Cristofani scrapbook. Walter Anderson in sailor suit next to banjo player. Additional information included inside the negative enclosure: "About person in party scene aboard MCKENNA: Annie Jaegels lived in Mountain View. Her married name was Leu. My parents met the Jaegels because my father and my uncle used to haul hay down to Jaegels' landing in Mountain View. I remember the Sommer family, they were relatives of my aunt's. And these were two of the Sommers - their father, ferryboat captain, and Pete are in this picture. They were quite a bit older than we were.

  • A lot of them were our neighbors. At the this time we lived out in Bayview - we always called it Butchertown. Many scow schooner men lived there because at that time, if it was high tide at 3, say, in the morning they walked down to the wharf, and so there was no transportation problem When my father first moved out there, the street cars didn't go out to Butchertown - they went to Islais Creek, and that was it.
  • My uncle lived in Alameda for many years, but my father moved to Butchertown after the earthquake. They were burned out, down near South Park.
  • Most of the men, like my father, when the hay and alfalfa season was over - March to October or on into November if the farmers had hay in their barns - during the other months my father stayed at home.
  • But my uncle did other things - haul fruit fro Hunte Hatch, haul sand and gravel. And then he hauled shells to some fertilizer place over in the East Bay down around Newerk. But he'd take his two days off a week. He had quite a social life, he was an outgoing person who had many friends. He loved to dance, and my father said he always had all the good-looking girls. While my father was the domestic type.
  • In the summer before we went to school, my mother would always make a trip or two up the river. But when I got older, I couldn't go.
  • My father refused to haul sand or brick or fruit. He didn't want to be bothered. You'd have to put in special bins for the sand... My uncle did it after the hay season. He hauled gravel. But my father never would do it. Then my uncle would haul fruit after the hay season."
 

Item No. K09.00548.  California (pilot vessel), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5 in.), n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00548.01.  California (pilot vessel), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5 in.), n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00548.02.  California (pilot vessel), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5 in.), n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00548.03.  California (pilot vessel), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5 in.), n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00548.04.  California (pilot vessel), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5 in.), n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00548.05.  California (pilot vessel), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5 in.), n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00548.06.  California (pilot vessel), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5 in.), n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00556.  Unidentified steamer under way in a heavy swell, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white gelatin dry plate., gs (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00564.  California (pilot vessel), showing men on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white gelatin dry plate., gs (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00600.  California (pilot vessel), showing men on board, in the Golden Gate, CA, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white gelatin dry plate., gs (4 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Per note on the envelope, "The men in the picture are (left to right): Capt. Hayes (only part in view), Capt. C.J. Brugiere, Unidentified, Capt. M.A. Anderson(?), Unidentified".
 

Item No. K09.00609.  Indiana (built 1876; ship, ?m: movie vessel), undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Used in movie "Suicide Fleet." For print, see D09.05011 p.
 

Item No. K09.00613.  Bohemia (built 1875; ship, 3m) deck view at the pumps on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

For print, see D09.05014 p.
 

Item No. K09.00615.  Bohemia (built 1875; ship, 3m) steering wheel, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

For print, see D09.05014 p. Additional information included inside the negative enclosure: "Ship BOHEMIA, built by Houghton Brothers at Bath, Maine in 1875. 1663 registered tons. Made twelve passages around the Horn to San Francisco, one from Antwerp to Yokohama, Kobe, and San Francisco, one from Cardiff to Rio de Janeiro, British Columbia, and San Francisco, and one from New York to Rio, Newcastle, Australia, Manila and Philadelphia. Sold to Alaska Packers Assn. of San Francisco in 1897. Operated as a salmon packet until 1925. Sold to movies, figured with INDIANA in picture 'The Yankee Clipper.' On Aug. 18, 1931 was blown up at sea off San Diego (by internal charges that broke windows ashore) in a sequence for the move 'Suicide Fleet' that purported to be a duel with a submarine."
 

Item No. K09.00617.  Bohemia (built 1875; ship, 3m) view on deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

For print, see D09.05013 p.
 

Item No. K09.00619.  Unidentified movie ship, poop deck view, in southern California, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

It might be the ALDEN BESSE (built 1871; bark, 3m).
 

Item No. K09.00621.  Bohemia (built 1875; ship, 3m) view on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

For print, see D09.05014 p.
 

Item No. K09.00623.  Bohemia (built 1875; ship, 3m) view of the rope coils on the gunwale on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

For print, see D09.05014 p.
 

Item No. K09.00625.  Bohemia (built 1875; ship, 3m) deck view on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

For print, see D09.05013 p.
 

Item No. K09.00627.  Bohemia (built 1875; ship, 3m) scene on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Apparently a fire-fighting scene - movie ship? Note naval vessel in background. For print, see D09.05013 p.
 

Item No. K09.00629.  Bohemia (built 1875; ship, 3m: movie vessel) view in the rigging, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

While in movie "Suicide Fleet." Print: see D09.05015 p.
 

Item No. K09.00631.  Indiana (built 1876; ship, ?m: movie vessel) with unidentified men on the poop deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Movie people? Print: see D09.05012 p.
 

Item No. K09.00633.  Indiana (built 1876; ship, ?m) deck view on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.): p (5 x 6 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00635.  Indiana (built 1876; ship, ?m) view on board of an unidentified ship's officer posing at one of the shrouds, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (7 x 5 in.): p (6-1/4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00636.  Wm. T. Lewis (bark, ?m), in heavy weather, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white gelatin dry plate., gs (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00637.  Indiana (built 1876; ship, ?m: movie vessel) view of man at the wheel, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

When it was a movie ship for the movie "Suicide Fleet." Print: see D09.05012 p.
 

Item No. K09.00639.  Indiana (built 1876; ship, ?m: movie vessel) view on board of an unidentified man at the wheel, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (7 x 5 in.): p (6 x 4-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

As a movie ship for the movie "Suicide Fleet." Print: see D09.05012 p. Additional information included inside the negative enclosure: "Ship INDIANA, built by E. & A. Sewall at Bath, Maine in 1876. 1488 registered tons. Engaged in the Cape Horn trade with the Pacific Coast and made fourteen voyages to Acapulco, San Francisco, or Portland, Oregon prior to being sold to the Alaska Packers Assn. of San Francisco in 1898. After a quarter century as a salmon packet sold to motion picture industry. Appeared opposite ship BOHEMIA in the Wm. Boyd movie, 'The Yankee Clipper.'"
 

Item No. K09.00641.  Indiana (built 1876; ship, ?m: movie vessel) view on board of an unidentified man, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (7 x 5 in.): p (6-1/4 x 4-3/4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00643.  Indiana (built 1876; ship, ?m: movie vessel) scene on the poop deck apparently during filming, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Print: see D09.05012 p.
 

Item No. K09.00645.  Indiana (built 1876; ship, ?m: movie vessel) view on deck at the pumps, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Possibly while it was a movie ship. Print: see D09.05011 p.
 

Item No. K09.00647.  Indiana (built 1876; ship, ?m: movie vessel) view deck apparently during filming, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Print: see D09.05011 p.
 

Item No. K09.00662.  Unidentified steam schooner, view of the poop deck. In San Francisco Bay, CA, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white gelatin dry plate., gs (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00702.  California (pilot vessel), view of men aboard, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white gelatin dry plate., gs (4 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Per note on the envelope, the men in the image are (left to right): Capt. G. Scott(?), Capt. M.A. Anderson(?), Capt. C.F. Parker(?) and unidentified.
 

Item No. K09.00704.  California (pilot vessel), showing men on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white gelatin dry plate., gs (4 x 5 in.): ps, n

Scope and Content Note

Per note on the envelope, the men in the image are: Capt. G. Scott(?), Capt. C.J. Brugiere, Capt. M.C. Erskine(?), Capt. Alex Swanson.
 

Item No. K09.00733.  Star of France (built 1877; ship, 3m) view on the forecastle deck, looking at the bowsprit, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (3-1/2 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00737.  Star of France (built 1877; ship, 3m) view of a capstan on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (3-1/2 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Apparently in the Alaska Packers Association yard at Alameda.
 

Item No. K09.00757.  Star of Zealand (built 1901; bark, 4m) view on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 6 in.), n (4 x 6 in.): p (4 x 6 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00892.  Star of Lapland (built 1902; bark, 4m) view at the bow, undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 6 in.), n (4 x 6 in.): p (4 x 6 in.)
 

Item No. K09.00929.  British Yeoman (built 1880; bark, 3m), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5-3/4 in.), n (4 x 5-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Canadian.
 

Item No. K09.01004.  Maurentania (steamer), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (3 x 4-1/2 in.), n (3 x 4-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Bill Muir on board?
 

Item No. K09.01044.  Rose Mahoney (built 1918; schooner, 5m), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5-1/4 in.), n (4 x 5-1/4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.01071.  Standard (tugboat) towing a bark, undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5 in.), n (3-3/4 x 4-3/4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.01072.  Standard (tugboat) towing in a bark, undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (3-1/2 x 5 in.), n (3-1/2 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.01073.  Standard (tugboat) towing in a bark, undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (3-1/2 x 4-1/4 in.), n (3-1/2 x 4-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.01091.  Rose Mahoney (built 1918; schooner, 5m), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5-1/4 in.), n (4 x 5-1/4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.01114.  Unidentified apparatus, possibly an auxiliary steering gear on an unidentified vessel, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white gelatin dry plate., gs (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.01115.  Adventuress (schooner, 2m; yacht), showing 5 men on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white gelatin dry plate., gs (4 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Per note on the envelope, 2 of the 5 men identified are John Borden and Roy Andrews, but it is not known which of the five they are.
 

Item No. K09.01170.  Nettie (scow schooner), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4-3/4 x 5-3/4 in.), n (4-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.), p (missing)

Scope and Content Note

View from above. Print loaned to Bill Gikerson (sp?) July 29, 1969.
 

Item No. K09.01280.  Alejandro Colon (steamer), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (5 x 7-1/4 in.), n (5 x 7-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.01281.  Alejandro Colon (steamer), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (5 x 7-1/4 in.), n (5 x 7-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.01305.  Wasp (steam schooner) view on board, 1906 Jun

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print mounted on board., p (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

View taken from bridge.
 

Item No. K09.01314.  Monterey (built 1891; monitor; U.S. Navy) officers posing apparently on board, circa 1898

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white albumen stereograph photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Note dog mascot. Copyright 1898 by Strohmeyer & Wyman.
Caption: Officers of the U.S. Monitor "Monterey" (Reinforcements for Dewey).
 

Item No. K09.01383.  San Blas (freighter) view on deck looking at the house, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white albumen photographic print., p (4-1/4 x 5-1/4 in.): n (5 x 7 in.), n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

American vessel. Unidentified man sitting on ventilator.
 

Item No. K09.01407.  Abby Palmer (built 1893; bark, 3m) view on board of two crewmembers posing at the wheel, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (7 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

G - H. Huycke 2/6/54.
 

Item No. K09.01436.  Scottish Lady (built 1868; schooner, 4m) view on board, 1948

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print mounted on cardstock., p (3 x 3 in.)
 

Item No. K09.01439.  Sophie Christenson (built 1901; schooner, 4m) bow, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-3/4 x 3 in.)
 

Item No. K09.01467.01.  Hesperian (built 1918; barkentine, 4m) view on deck, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-3/4 x 3-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.01467.02.  Hesperian (built 1918; barkentine, 4m) view on deck, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 4-3/4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.01467.03.  Hesperian (built 1918; barkentine, 4m) view on deck, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print. Tear at lower right edge of print., p (5-1/2 x 3-1/4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.01481.  Bucclluch (ship, 3m) crew, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5 x 6-1/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Woman and two children are included in the photo.
 

Item No. K09.01491.  Elfrieda (ship, ?m) crew posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4 x 6 in.): n (4 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

German ship from Hamburg.
 

Item No. K09.01492.  Elfrieda (ship, ?m) crew posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4 x 6 in.): n (4 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

German ship from Hamburg.
 

Item No. K09.01498.  Minnie A. Caine (built 1900; schooner, 4m) view along the deck, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-3/4x 5 in.): n (4 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

View looking toward the bow. G - H. Huycke 2/6/54.
 

Item No. K09.01580.  Cricket (steam schooner) view looking down on the deck at an open hatch, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Written on the back of the print: "Some more of the famous enormous logs. Compare log with the strongback. Strongback is 8 x 10 x 28."
 

Item No. K09.01657.  Minnesota (built 1907; battleship; U.S. Navy) view on deck showing guns, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-1/4 x 6-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.01658.  Minnesota (built 1907; battleship; U.S. Navy) view on deck showing civilian visitors, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-1/4 x 6-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.01810.  Abby Palmer (built 1893; bark, 3m), showing men working the capstan. Probably in Tacoma, WA, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white gelatin dry plate., gs (5 x 7 in.): psl, nl, n, pl

Scope and Content Note

The ABBY PALMER was previously named the BLAIRMORE and later named the STAR OF ENGLAND.
 

Item No. K09.01816.  Calbuco (bark, 4m) view on the after deck, showing the wheel, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Source: L&P - Harold Huycke, 8/8/52.
 

Item No. K09.01847.  Coal Harbor (schooner, 3m) view showing confiscated cargo being unloaded, 1925 Dec 09

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

COAL HARBOR was a rum runner. Medley of two views: main view shows men unloading cases of liquor; bottom view shows a port view of the COAL HARBOR.
 

Item No. K09.01874.  Unidentified visitors posing at the wheel of an unidentified sailer, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (6 x 4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.01905.  Unidentified vessel, possibly a tugboat or tow boat named Alejandro, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (9-3/4 x 8 in.)

Scope and Content Note

View aft from near the bow. Gift - D.W. Dickie 5/6/54.
 

Item No. K09.01991.  Looking along the deck of an unidentified sailer, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (6 x 3-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Possibly the DASHING WAVE (built 1853; ship, 3m) or the AMERICA (vessel type unidentified).
 

Item No. K09.02023.  Horses aboard an unidentified U.S. Army tansport, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white letterpress halftone print., p (5-1/4 x 7 in.) Photog. No. 177

Scope and Content Note

G - Gilman 10/30/57.
Caption: 177 Horses aboard the U.S.A. Transport
 

Item No. K09.02189.  Chillicothe (ship, 3m) crew members posing informally on board, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-1/4 x 7-1/4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.02225.  Russia (steamer) deck view, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white albumen stereograph photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 7 in.) Photog. No. 1359

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified people in view, but appears to include some ship's officers. Stereograph published by Littleton View Co.
Caption: 1359 Deck View Str. Russia.
 

Item No. K09.02250.01.  Lottie Bennett (built 1899; schooner, 4m) view on board during the fitting out for an expedition to the South Seas, 1933

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-3/4 x 3 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Two unidentified women sitting near the wheel. G - Roy R. Noftz 7/3/53.
 

Item No. K09.02250.02.  Lottie Bennett (built 1899; schooner, 4m) view on board during the fitting out for an expedition to the South Seas, 1933

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-3/4 x 3 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Two unidentified women sitting near the wheel. G - Roy R. Noftz 7/3/53.
 

Item No. K09.02250.03.  Lottie Bennett (built 1899; schooner, 4m) view on board during the fitting out for an expedition to the South Seas, 1933

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-3/4 x 3 in.)

Scope and Content Note

G - Roy R. Noftz 7/3/53.
 

Item No. K09.02250.04.  Lottie Bennett (built 1899; schooner, 4m) view on board during the fitting out for an expedition to the South Seas, 1933

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3 x 4-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified group of people posing. G - Roy R. Noftz 7/3/53.
 

Item No. K09.02250.05.  Lottie Bennett (built 1899; schooner, 4m) view on board during the fitting out for an expedition to the South Seas, 1933

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3 x 4-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Two men and a woman in view. G - Roy R. Noftz 7/3/53.
 

Item No. K09.02250.06.  Lottie Bennett (built 1899; schooner, 4m) view on board during the fitting out for an expedition to the South Seas, 1933

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3 x 4-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified woman posing at the wheel. G - Roy R. Noftz 7/3/53.
 

Item No. K09.02354.  R.C. Slade (built 1900; schooner, 4m) crew posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print mounted on board., pl (6 x 8-1/4 in.): n Photog. No. 939

Scope and Content Note

Ten men in view. Capt. P. Sonerud is seated front and center. Additional information written on verso of the large print. Capt. Sonerud's wife and daughter traveled with him. He took command when the R.C. SLADE was built in 1901 at Lindstrom's, and had her until he became ill in 1911. Smith had her until she was sunk by Luckner. West and Slade Lumber Co. vessel. Gift - Mrs. H.E. Hespe, 6/1/54.
Caption: Crew of the / "R.C. Slade" / Capt. P. Sonerud.
 

Item No. K09.02375.  Iowa (built 1896; battleship; U.S. Navy) view on board of crew members posing at the forward gun turret, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white albumen stereograph photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 7 in.): n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Copyright 1899 by Strohmeyer & Wyman. Published by Underwood & Underwood.
Caption: Forward Turret and 13 inch guns, sea-going Battleship "Iowa."
 

Item No. K09.02552.  Adventuress (schooner, 2m: yacht) view on board, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-3/4 x 4-1/2 in.): n (4 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

There are five men in the picture, but only one is partially identified as Borden. Source: Gift - L. Weule, 11/3/52.
 

Item No. K09.02585.  Andrew Furuseth (built 1942; freighter: liberty ship) view on board, circa 1942 Oct

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (7-1/4 x 10 in.): n

Scope and Content Note

Group from the Sailors Union of the Pacific celebrating aboard, perhaps at time of commissioning, at Richmond Yard No. 1.
 

Item No. K09.02638.  Cambria Hills (ship, ?m) crew members and visitors on board, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (6-1/2 x 8-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Twenty-two people in view. Written on verso of the large print: "Author- serving as apprentice - (boy with badge cap) on left, front row."
 

Item No. K09.02752.  Queen (steamer) view on deck of officers and visitors, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white photographic print mounted on board., pl (4-3/4 x 3-3/4 in.): n

Scope and Content Note

Seven men in view. Capt. Reilly is third from right.
 

Item No. K09.03130.  France (passenger vessel) view on board, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-1/4 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Two women in view in center.
 

Item No. K09.03289.  Chinook (dredger) view on board while at work, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin postcard photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

G - C.G. Carlson 1/21/56.
 

Item No. K09.03399.  Kaiulani (built 1899; bark, 3m) view at the wheel, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (10 x 8 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Johnnie Neubuck is holding the wheel. Typed on verso of the large print: "The elaborately decorated wheel, inlaid with brass stars and filigree work, was a feature of Yankee sailing ships. Foreign built windjammers were content with a couple of plain brass bands." Restricted - Do Not Copy.
 

Item No. K09.03638.  M.V. Langdale, marine artist, posing for his portrait, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (10 x 8 in.)
 

Item No. K09.03850.01.  Unidentified sailing vessel, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Apparently a group of visitors being entertained on board - note bottles and baskets.
 

Item No. K09.03850.02.  Unidentified sailing vessel, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

The crew poses for its picture. No one is identified, but one of the persons is Ralph Jacobsen.
 

Item No. K09.04261.  Manydown (ship, ?m) crew members posing on board, possibly at San Francisco, Calif., undated

Creator/Collector: Wilton, Thomas H.
Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print mounted on board., x (7-3/4 x 9-1/2 in.): n

Scope and Content Note

Fourteen men in view.
 

Item No. K09.04262.  Unidentified whaling vessel deck, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-3/4 x 5-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified men in view.
 

Item No. K09.04300.  Azalea (schooner, 3m) after deck view, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print mounted on cardstock., p (3-1/2 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.04301.  Azalea (schooner, 3m) deck view, apparently at midships, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print mounted on cardstock., p (3-1/2 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.04302.  Azalea (schooner, 3m) deck view showing capstan, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print mounted on cardstock., p (3-1/2 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.04303.  Azalea (schooner, 3m) view from pierside, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print mounted on cardstock., p (3-1/2 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.04365.  Killoran (bark, 3m) crew members, 1902

Extent: 2 photographic prints.
Physical Description: Black-and-white photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.), pl (7 x 9-1/2 in.): n

Scope and Content Note

Eleven men in view. The men are identified on one of the prints. Legible are: Wright, Aldridge, Jones, Hansen, Smith, Blackett, Hull (or Hall?), and Brown.
 

Item No. K09.04376.  Cambrian Prince? (ship, 3m) apprentices and visitors posing while hauling in a line, circa 1903-1908

Extent: 1 photographic print..
Physical Description: Black-and-white photographic print mounted on board., pl (7-1/2 x 9-1/2 in.): n, pl

Scope and Content Note

Ten men in view. Harry Jones is sixth from right. Date is given as after Novemeber 1904. Identified by Mr. Jones as CAMBRIAN PRINCE. However, the vessel might be the CAMBRIAN PRINCESS since the CAMBRIAN PRINCE capsized and sank in early 1903.
 

Item No. K09.04377.  Cambrian Prince? (ship, 3m) view of visitors and apprentices posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white photographic print mounted on board., pl (7-3/4 x 9-1/2 in.): n, pl

Scope and Content Note

Ten men in view. Harry Jones is at the far left. Date is given as after Novemeber 1904. Identified by Mr. Jones as CAMBRIAN PRINCE. However, the vessel might be the CAMBRIAN PRINCESS since the CAMBRIAN PRINCE capsized and sank in early 1903.
 

Item No. K09.04630.  Carnegie (brigantine) view with scientific staff posing on board, 1929 Aug 14

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Oceanographic research vessel. Motor vessel with a barkentine rig. Identified left to right: Front row - W.C. Parkinson, Captain James Percy Ault, T.H. Paul. Back row - F.M. Soule, L.A. Jones, W.E. Scott, H.R. Sewell, O.W. Torreson.
 

Item No. K09.04875.  Richard Rush (built 1874; cutter; U.S. Revenue Service) view on deck, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white albumen photographic print mounted on paper., p (3-3/4 x 4-1/2 in.): n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.04948.  Pacific (paddle steamer) view on board of an unidentified woman on the top deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (7 x 5 in.), p (6-1/4 x 4-3/4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.05117.  Mohican (built 1883; sloop-of-war; U.S. Navy) view on board of four old sailors, 1888

Extent: 3 photographic prints.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.), x (11 x 14 in.), x (10 x 13 in.): n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Four men in view, posing informally. From left to right: David Ireland, Gilbert H. Purdy, John T. Griffith, and John King. See additional information included inside the x print enclosure. Source of the pl: Gift - Harry Well, 6/7/51; source of one of the x prints: Gift - Alex Johnson.
 

Item No. K09.05122.  Capt. Neils C. Ronberg posing with a sextant on the bridge of an unidentified steamer, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.), pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Source: L&C - Capt. Neils Ronberg.
 

Item No. K09.05144.  Stella (bark, ?m) crew, 1901

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Home port Visby. Either in England or Scandinavia. Left to right in the front ro are the second mate, the Captain, and the first mate. Wigsten is third from left in the second row.
 

Item No. K09.06300.  Star of Alaska (built 1886; ship, 3m) crew posing on the deck, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/4 x 5-1/2 in.): n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

The group includes Capts. Dianus (second from right) and Olson.
 

Item No. K09.06301.  Star of Alaska ? (built 1886; ship, 3m) crew members posing on the deck, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Note the snow. Capt. Wiliam Dianus is third from right.
 

Item No. K09.06488.  St. Paul (vessel type unidentified) with visitors on board at an unidentified port, 1921

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5-1/2 x 3-1/2 in.): n (7 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

In the foreground are the Port Captain and the General Manager's wife. The Port Captain's brother is in the background.
 

Item No. K09.06489.  Benjamin F. Packard (built 1883; ship, 3m) view looking along the deck, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (2-3/4 x 4-1/2 in.): n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.06493.  Benjamin F. Packard (built 1883; ship, 3m) view on board, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-1/4 x 3-1/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Two dogs in view.
 

Item No. K09.06494.  Benjamin F. Packard (built 1883; ship, 3m) view on board of Chief Mate Jacobsen shooting the sun, possibly 1917

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print mounted on cardstock., p (2-3/4 x 2 in.): n (7 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

He weighed 270 pounds.
 

Item No. K09.06595.  City of Gulfport (barkentine, ?m) view of masthead fished with chains and trestle trees sagging, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.): pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Emergency repairs. Note written on verso of one of the two large prints: "Masthead is not 'fished.' Either the mainmast of the topmast is 'sprung' or split. Which cannot be determined form photo. "Spring' mast is indicated by horizontal chain lashings. Vertical chain lashings indicated problem with support of topmast, help to keep topmast from slipping down."
 

Item No. K09.06731.  Capt. Ole Monsen, his wife Martha, and dog Topsy posing on deck, circa 1906-1912

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/4 x 3-1/2 in.): n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Probably on board the FRED J. WOOD (built 1899; schooner, 4m).
 

Item No. K09.06732.  Capt. Ole Monsen at the wheel, circa 1906-1912

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5 x 7 in.): n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Probably on board the FRED J. WOOD (built 1899; schooner, 4m). Wife Martha and dog Topsy also in view. "Capt. Monsen had the C.A. THAYER prior to the earthquake and fire."
 

Item No. K09.06733.  Capt. Ole Monsen and his wife Martha, circa 1906-1912

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin postcard photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.): n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.06734.  Capt. Ole Monsen, his wife Martha, and dog Topsy posing on board an unidentified sailer, circa 1906-1912

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/4 x 3-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Probably on board the FRED J. WOOD (built 1899; schooner, 4m).
 

Item No. K09.06735.  Capt. Ole Monsen posing at the wheel, circa 1906-1912

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (7 x 5 in.): n (7 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Probably on board the FRED J. WOOD (built 1899; schooner, 4m).
 

Item No. K09.06796.  Capt. William Ward poses on board a vessel, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white photographic print., pl (8-1/4 x 6-1/4 in.): n, p, pl

Scope and Content Note

Probably on board the CITY OF RIO DE JANEIRO (built 1878; passenger vessel) of which he was Master when it was lost on Feb. 22, 1901.
 

Item No. K09.06923.  Reinbek (built 1889; bark, 4m) crew members on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Herman Lindner is second from right.
 

Item No. K09.07060.  Star of France (built 1877; ship, 3m) view on board of Italian fishermen eating, 1918

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.), n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Dinner is being served. Information included inside the large print enclosure: "Dinner is Served the Italian Fishermen. STAR OF FRANCE, 1918. This was the first year that the Alaska Packers Association few the fishermen. Prior to that Salvatore Gatto, the 'fisherman boss' did the hiring of the fishermen and also provided their food. The fishermen are shown eating on deck because they did not want to be served in three messes, as were the sailors (Mate's watch, second mate's watch, third mate's watch). They wanted food served all at one time, but could not all fit in the mess room. There were three galleys aboard the STAR OF FRANCE. A 'Chinese galley' under the fo'c'sle head to starboard, an 'American galley' in deckhouse, forward on starboard side, and an 'Italian galley' amidships in deckhouse." Gift - Axel Widerstrom, 7/1959. Axel's father, Capt. John Widerstrom, was master of the STAR OF FRANCE at time this picture was taken.
 

Item No. K09.07414.  Mosel (steamer) ship's officers posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white albumen stereograph photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Bremen vessel.
Caption: Deck View, Steamer Mosel
 

Item No. K09.07422.  Officers of an unidentified vessel posing on board, probably in the San Francisco Bay area, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white albumen cabinet card photographic print., p (4-1/4 x 6-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.07804.  Cyrus Ryder, Captain of the Port for Hind Rolph Co., poses on board an unidentified sailer, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.07805.  James Drummond (built 1880; ship, 3m) view on board of a young C.W. Nason, undated

Creator/Collector: Nason, H. C.
Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.): pl

Scope and Content Note

Visitors on board at left with a dog.
 

Item No. K09.07826.  Horatio G. Foss (schooner, 4m) crew on board the Volendam (steamer) after being in the lifeboat for seven days and nights, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

HORATIO G. FOSS is a Boston vessel. Wrecked and sunk 250 miles Northeast of Bermunda in Oct. 1928. VOLENDAM is a Dutch vessel.
Caption: Taken on board S.S. "VOLENDAM".
 

Item No. K09.07845.  J.B. Stetson (built 1905; steam schooner) with Mrs. Simonson and family on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.07852.  J.B. Stetson (built 1905; steam schooner) view with Capt. Simonson on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.07856.  Helen P. Drew (built 1904; steam schooner) view with numerous unidentified persons on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.07886.  Capt. G.T. Peterson of the C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m), undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.07915.  Unidentified coasting steamer in port at an unidentified location, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white albumen photographic print., pl (5-1/4 x 8-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Six ship's officers posing on the afterdeck. Source: Pur - Argonaut Book Co., 7/15/57.
 

Item No. K09.07916.  Capt. Ralph (Matt) Peasley on board the Vigilant (schooner, ?m), 1920

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (10 x 8 in.)

Scope and Content Note

The VIGILANT is returning from her first trip. Capt. Peasley is on the left. The man on the right is said to be the American Consul at Honolulu, Hawaii.
 

Item No. K09.07917.  Heroine (trawler) view on board of a man clearing ice from the rigging, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5 x 4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

G - Marine Exchange 1/17/58.
 

Item No. K09.07918.  Heroine (trawler) view on board of dories iced in, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-3/4 x 3-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

G - Marine Exchange 1/17/58.
 

Item No. K09.07919.  Heroine (trawler) view on board of ice in the rigging, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5 x 3-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

G - Marine Exchange 1/17/58.
 

Item No. K09.07920.  Heroine (trawler) view on board of the house covered in ice, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-3/4 x 4-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

G - Marine Exchange 1/17/58.
 

Item No. K09.07922.  Large group of men at the stern of an unidentified vessel, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin postcard photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Possibly a group of workers for Alaska. G - Marine Exchange 1/17/58.
 

Item No. K09.07951.  Gracie S. (built 1893; schooner, 2m) topside view, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4 x 5 in.): n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.07953.  View forward on board an unidentified vessel, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-3/4 x 3-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified man in view. Vessel possibly the JAMES ROLPH. G - Wm. Muir 2/4/52.
 

Item No. K09.07981.  Axel Anderson at the wheel of an unidentified sailer, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.07996.  Samar (built 1901; schooner, 4m) view with Capt. Marcus Asmussen, right, and chief mate Alff S. Hansen on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Note deck load.
 

Item No. K09.07997.  Capt. Chas. Mellberg, in background, and group of caulkers, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.08012.  Three men at the wheel of an unidentified vessel, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white gelatin dry plate., gs (4 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

The men in the image are identified (left to right) as: Haviside, Dowdon and Harvey.
 

Item No. K09.08017.  Unidentified Alaska Packers Association square rigger view on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.): p (4-3/4 x 6-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Man playing an accordion with two men listening. One of the men is from the galley.
 

Item No. K09.08036.  Capt. Peterson ? on the C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m), undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.08042.  Aurora (built 1901; barkentine, 4m) group photo taken at one of Alff Hansen's famous parties on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.08049.  Aurora (built 1901; barkentine, 4m) group photo taken at one of Alff Hansen's famous parties on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Hansen is left, center row.
 

Item No. K09.08052.  Aurora (built 1901; barkentine, 4m) group posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Identified are Capt. Alff Hansen, H.O. "little" Hansen and Treasco Hansen.
 

Item No. K09.08069.  Nome City (built 1900; steam schooner) view with Capt. Thorwald Olsen posing on deck, 1915

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.08079.  Nome City (built 1900; steam schooner) crew members on board, 1915

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Medley. Andrew Nelson and Thorwald Olsen identified.
 

Item No. K09.08080.  Nome City (built 1900; steam schooner) crew members on board, 1915

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Identified are Eddie Sheet, 2nd asst.; Charlie Convadi?, 1st asst.; MacArthur, 2nd mate; "Race Horse" Neils A. Nielson, chief mate; and "Nobby" Clark, chief engineer.
 

Item No. K09.08089.  Harvestehude (ship, ?m) crew, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Hamburg ship.
 

Item No. K09.08532.  Wahkeena (built 1916; steam schooner) view with Second Mate Niels C. Ronberg and his wife Mabel on board, 1921

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.08533.  Wahkeena (built 1916; steam schooner) view with group posing on the bridge, 1922

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Chief Mate Victor Vesterholm; 2nd Mate Niels C. Ronberg; Capt. Charles Johansen; 3rd Mate Goodman; wireless operator.
 

Item No. K09.08534.  Wahkeena (built 1916; steam schooner) view with Niels Ronberg, 3rd Mate, posing on board with his boy Raymond, 1922

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.08550.  Forest Dream (vessel type unidentified) view with Capt. George Wester posing on the poop deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (7 x 5 in.): pl
 

Item No. K09.08553.  Forest Dream (vessel type unidentified) view with Capt. George Wester and his son George Jr. posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (7 x 5 in.): pl
 

Item No. K09.08557.  Forest Dream (vessel type unidentified) view with Capt. George Wester and Larsen, the mate, shooting the sun on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.): pl
 

Item No. K09.08591.  Snow & Burgess (built 1878; schooner, 5m) crew members on board, 1905

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

The little girl si Burgess Henry, daughter of Capt. Henry.
 

Item No. K09.08650.  Captain Roswell Dwight Cutler, with an unidentified man, posing on board the Klickitat (barkentine, ?m), circa 1900

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (10 x 8 in.): n

Scope and Content Note

Capt. Roswell Dwight Cutler is on the right. Capt. Cutler is the donor's uncle. Typewritten note from Carl C. Culter attached to the back of the print, providing supplimental information about Capt. Culter.
 

Item No. K09.08708.  Wapama (built 1915; steam schooner) view with Capt. Carl Johanson posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.08709.  Wapama (built 1915; steam schooner) view with Capt. Carl Johanson posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.08710.  Wapama (built 1915; steam schooner) view with the daughter of Capt. Johanson posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

She was a second cousin to Mrs. John McDonald.
 

Item No. K09.08712.  Wahkeena (built 1916; steam schooner) view on deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.08713.  Wapama (built 1915; steam schooner) view with an unidentified man posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.08716.  Golden Shore (built 1889; schooner, 4m) view with Mrs. Peter Rasmussen and children on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.08718.  Golden Shore (built 1889; schooner, 4m) view with Mrs. Peter Rasmussen and children on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Children Mildred, Christian, and Florence. Family lived aboard for 8 years.
 

Item No. K09.08721.  F.M. Slade (built 1900; schooner, 4m) view with Mrs. Peter Rasmussen and children on board while visiting, between 1900 and 1913

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Additional information included inside the negative enclosure:
Old Sea Mystery Riddle Solved
Washington, D.C. - An interesting incident was recalled recently concerning the arrival in Seattle in April, 1919 of the schooner METHA NELSON. Her skipper Capt. C.H. Weise, reported that he had sighted on March 8, a four-masted schooner off the west coast of South America, abandoned with most of her sails set and nobody aboard.
A.O. Anderson, ship historian in Washington, D.C. recently put the pieces together. He said that Capt. R.M. Altamira, a Peruvian sailing ship master formerly skipper of the bark Cuatro Hermanos, who was in Seattle at the time awaiting for command, stated that the derelict sighted by Captain Weise was the Peruvian four-masted schooner HELVETIA which was abandoned by her officers and crew 500 miles off Callao, Peru. She sailed from Buenaventura, Columbia, in August 1918, with a cargo of hardwood, bound for Callao, and when her master Capt. J. Parajon died, the mate, by the name of Coranado, was unable to navigate. The vessel began to leak, and the crew, declaring that ill-fate was following her, took to the boats and made their way to Callao.
THe HELVETIA, was formerly the four-masted schooner F.M. SLADE, built at Aberdeen, Wash. in 1900 and sold to Peruvian interests in 1913.
-from Marine Digest, April 12, 1969.
 

Item No. K09.08751.  Occidental (steamer?) view on board of two men posing, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print mounted on paper., p (4-1/4 x 2-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

At left, Jack Shickell, Mate. At right, E.D. "Deacon" Scott, Second Mate.
 

Item No. K09.08759.  Meteor (built 1892; schooner, 4m) view with "Poker Hans" Andersen posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.08760.  Poker Hans Andersen poses with Mrs. Andersen, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.08767.  Capt. C.C. Oakes shooting the sun with a sextant on deck of the Governor Goodwin (ship, ?m), 1891 Jun 10

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (10 x 8 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Dog also in view. Gift - Alexander Laing, 10/19/60 (loaned to Laing by John Ray Wadham - please credit).
 

Item No. K09.08768.  Governor Goodwin (ship, ?m) view on board of the pilot and owner on deck, 1891 Jun 10

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (10 x 8 in.)

Scope and Content Note

The pilot is on the left. The owner is on the right, using a telescope. Gift - Alexander Laing, 10/19/60 (loaned to Laing by John Ray Wadham - please credit).
 

Item No. K09.08769.  Governor Goodwin (ship, ?m) view on board of crew members setting the mainsail, 1891 Jun 10

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Gift - Alexander Laing, 10/19/60 (loaned to Laing by John Ray Wadham - please credit).
 

Item No. K09.08813.  Passat (bark, 4m) crew posing on board while at Barry Dock in the Bristol Channel, England, 1936

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.): pl

Scope and Content Note

Seventeen men in view. The trophy in view was won in a tug-of-war contest at Port Victoria, Australia earlier that year. Ib Riis is at the upper left.

  • Bottom - from left: Tatu Tammela, Finnish, Apprentice; Carl West, Carpenter, Fin,; Eranen, Sailmaker, Fin.; Alsenius, Second Mate, Fin.; Herluf Petersen, Bosun, Danish; Alf Strandberg, A.B., Fin. - Emil Kuvaja, O.S., Fin.
  • Top - from left (or right?): Edvard Lubeck, O.S., Swedish; J. Preston Smith, O.S., American; Chr. Munsterhjelm, O.S., Fin.; Alexis Baschmakoff, O.S., Russian; Saarinen, O.S., Fin.; Arthur Svedberg, O.S., Russian; Arne Jacobsen, Apprentice, Danish; Hans Petersen, Apprentice, Danish' Erkki Kilpinen, O.S., Fin.' Ib Riis, A.B., Danish.
  • See information included inside the large print enclosure.
  • Source: L&C - Ib Riis, 8/7/60.
 

Item No. K09.08816.  Wapama (built 1915; steam schooner) view with Mr. and Mrs. A.H. Wilson posing on board probably in San Francisco, California, 1933 Jun 13

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.08821.  Wapama (built 1915; steam schooner) view with John James Byrnes, messman, posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.08824.  Capt. Abbors poses aboard an unidentified vessel, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

The vessel is probably either the WAPAMA (built 1915; steam schooner) or the PABLO (vessel type unidentified).
 

Item No. K09.08829.  Omega (schooner, 4m) view on board of two unidentified men posing, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (10 x 8 in.), n (7 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

One man is using a sextant, and the other man is at the wheel.
 

Item No. K09.08842.  Formosa (ship, ?m) view on board of two men caulking the deck, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (10 x 8 in.): n

Scope and Content Note

Wheel and binnacle in view.
 

Item No. K09.09002.  Rush, mascot dog of the Rushmore (built 1944; landing ship dock; U.S. Navy), undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (10 x 8 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Gift - Capt. Jansen, 12/5/60.
 

Item No. K09.09030.  Manga Reva (built 1891; bark, 4m) view on board while in port at an unidentified location, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white albumen stereograph photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 7 in.): n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.09031.  Manga Reva (built 1891; bark, 4m) view on board, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white albumen stereograph photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 7 in.): n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Group of visitors on the poop deck. Two men, two women, and a child in view. Capt. H.C. Townsend on left. Possibly son Andrew G. (later Matson captain) also in view.
 

Item No. K09.09032.  Manga Reva (built 1891; bark, 4m) view on board of Capt. H.C. Townsend, right, posing with visitors, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white albumen stereograph photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 7 in.): n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Two men, two women, and a child in view. Possibly son Andrew in view.
 

Item No. K09.09074.  Roanoke (bark, ?m) crew getting the vessel ready for the sea, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Illustration - copy of a photograph.
Caption: Getting ready for the sea. Part of the crew of the famous ship Roanoke, from a photograph made by Captain Perry Vosseller in 1904.
 

Item No. K09.09109.  Falls of Clyde (built 1878; bark, 4m) scene on deck while discharging, 1916 or 1917

Extent: 1 photograph.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Klebingat's notes accompanying the negative: "Note dolly and jackscrew under the rail behind the right leg of the hatch tender. The Burton man is E. Aderman."
 

Item No. K09.09177.  Louise (schooner, ?m) deck scene, 1937 Aug 12

Creator/Collector: Kortum, Karl
Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Caption: Large gasoline tanks for the outboard motors used by the dories can be seen on deck while the gypsy heads for fore and main throat halliards are equiped with separate gasoline engines.
 

Item No. K09.09195.  City of St. Helens (schooner, 5m) scene with 2nd Mate Lind, left, and 1st Mate Nystrom, right, on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Auxiliary schooner.
 

Item No. K09.09196.  City of St. Helens (schooner, 5m) general view on deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Auxiliary schooner. Note the deckload.
 

Item No. K09.09472.  County of Linlithgow (built 1887; ship, 4m), view at the wheel, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white gelatin dry plate., gs (4 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

The COUNTY OF LINLITHGOW was later named the KATHERINE per the note on the envelope.
 

Item No. K09.09473.  County of Linlithgow (built 1887; ship, 4m), deck scene, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white gelatin dry plate., gs (4 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

The COUNTY OF LINLITHGOW was later named the KATHERINE.
 

Item No. K09.09499.  Unidentified steam schooner general view showing the crew working with the deckload, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (7 x 5 in.): pl

Scope and Content Note

The vessel might be the YELLOWSTONE (steam schooner).
 

Item No. K09.09507.  City of Portland (auxiliary schooner, 5m) scene with men posing on board at St. Helens, Oregon, 1916 Jul

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

She was launched on Oct. 15, 1916. Additional information included inside the negative enclosure: photocopy of "The Sunday Oregonian" July 23, 1916 which features the photograph.

  • "Men Who Will Direct Affairs of First of New Motorships Built on Pacific Coast Prepare for Long Voyage to Australia.
  • Left to Right - First Mate Nielsen, Second Mate Nygren, Oscar Hagberg, machinist expert from Sweden; Chief Engineer Kennedy, O. Erickson, [unidentified] Machinist Expert, and First Assistant Engineer Brent.
  • Lumber is going aboard the new auxiliary schooner City of Portland at the St. Helens plant of the Charles R. McCormick Lumber Company, the cargo being made up of mining timbers for Port Pirie, and in another week the vessel will probably be on her way into southern waters. She is the first completed of a number of wooden motorships building on the Pacific side and her maiden voyage will be watch by shipping men of the country, most of them believing that sailers, equipped with semi-Diesel engines, are the coming carriers in the lumber trade."
 

Item No. K09.09571.  Star of Alaska (built 1886; ship, 3m) deck scene, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.), p (2-1/2 x 4 in.), pl (6 x 9-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Group of men (cannery workers?) posing on board. Negative source: loaned and copied from Fred Heick 9/26/55. Small print source: Wagener album on Alaska; Thwaites postcards; Alaska scenes.
 

Item No. K09.09923.  Helene (schooner, ?m) scene with unidentified persons posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

A man at the wheel, a man with a dog, and a lady. On the back of the snapshot were the following words: "The best woman that ever God put breath in. In that regard we are luck, Ned."
 

Item No. K09.09924.  Helene (schooner, ?m) scene on deck including a group of unidentified men, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

See Info. File.
 

Item No. K09.09925.  Helene (schooner, ?m) scene looking forward along the deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

See Info. File.
 

Item No. K09.09930.  Bohemia (vessel type unidentified) scene with Capt. Yensen, right, and the 3rd mate, left, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.09973.  Galena (built 1890; bark, 4m) crew members posing on board, undated

Creator/Collector: Wilton, Thomas H.
Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print mounted on board., x (7-3/4 x 9-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Thirty men in view. Mrs. Schleu's father is fourth from right. Stowaway "Toby" is seventh from right. Two African men from Liberia also in view. Captain [illegible]. Mate with black beard. Bosun with one eye. Gift - Harry A. Schleu.
 

Item No. K09.09982.  Nome City (built 1900; steam schooner) scene with Capt. Thorwald Nelson, Master, and the officers, 1915

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.), p (4 x 6-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

The men are: McArthur, Second Mate; Nielsen, First Mate; Capt. Thorwald Olsen, Master; Sheets, Second Assistant; Clark, Chief Engineer; and Conrad, First Assistant .
 

Item No. K09.14027.  Capt. Lawless of the Mariposa (vessel type unidentified) poses on board, 1904

Creator/Collector: Leale, Edith
Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-3/4 x 3-3/4 in.): n (7 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.14085.  Capt. Thomas "Foghorn" Reilly and his first mate pose aboard the Senator II (vessel type unidentified), undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5-1/2 x 3-1/2 in.): n (5 x 4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

For more information, see the book S.F. Bay, page 151.
 

Item No. K09.14242.  View looking aft from forward on an unidentified passenger vessel, possibly somewhere in the Alaska panhandle, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.14498.  Unidentified girl posing on the deck of an unidentified sailer, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5-1/2 x 3-1/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

K. Kortum thinks the vessel might be the HELENE (vessel type unidentified).
 

Item No. K09.14499.  Unidentified group of visitors posing on board an unidentified sailer, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white photographic print., p (3 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

K. Kortum thinks the vessel might be the HELENE (vessel type unidentified).
 

Item No. K09.14507.  S.N. Castle (built 1886; barkentine, 3m) scene on board with Fred Klebingat and the night watchman, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (7 x 5 in.): pl

Scope and Content Note

Tom, the watchman, is on the left. Note load of cans of oil (union Oil Co. gasoline). Dog also in view.
Caption: Fred Klebingat (right) and night watchman aboard barkentine S.N. Castle
 

Item No. K09.14509.  S.N. Castle (built 1886; barkentine, 3m) scene in the donkey room with Fred Klebingat posing, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (7 x 5 in.): pl

Scope and Content Note

Source: L&C - Fred Klebingat, 8/22/61.
 

Item No. K09.14547.  Capt. McGinn, Master of the Rose City (passenger vessel), poses on board the vessel, 1919 Sep

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5-3/4 x 3-1/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Captain McGinn was nicknamed the "Poet of the Pacific." ROSE CITY was a Portland Steamship Co. (Union Pacific R.R.) vessel that carried passengers between San Pedro harbor (Fifth Street landing) - San Francisco and Portland, Oregon.
 

Item No. K09.14578.  Kvichak (steamer) scene with Mrs. William Meyer posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.14761.  Mosel (steamer) ship's officers posing on deck, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white albumen stereograph photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 7 in.) Photog. No. 1482

Scope and Content Note

Stereograph published by Littleton View Co.
Caption: 1482 Deck View Steamer Mosel. Escena sobre la cubierta del Vapor Mosel.
 

Item No. K09.14808.  Crescent (built 1904; schooner, 5m) view on board of Capt. and Mrs. Olsen and Chief Mate P.A. McDonald, 1916

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.): n (4 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Wheel in view. Source: L&P - R. Weinstein, 9/28/61.
 

Item No. K09.14811.  Crescent (built 1904; schooner, 5m) view on deck at the poop deck, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Capt. Olsen is in the foreground. Source: L&P - R. Weinstein, 9/28/61.
 

Item No. K09.14842.  President Cleveland (passenger vessel) view on board of Capt. Yardley and a visitor on the bridge, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (10 x 8 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Gift - Mrs. George Yardley, 5/12/54.
 

Item No. K09.14843.  President Cleveland (passenger vessel) view on board of Capt. Yardley and a visitor on the bridge, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (10 x 8 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Posing near a life preserver. Gift - Mrs. George Yardley, 5/12/54.
 

Item No. K09.14876.01.  Congress (steamer), 1916

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (2 x 3 in.), n (2 x 3-1/4 in.): p (2 x 3-1/4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.14876.02.  Congress (steamer), 1916

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (2 x 3 in.), n (2 x 3 in.): p (2 x 3 in.)
 

Item No. K09.14876.03.  Congress (steamer), 1916

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (2-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.), n (2-3/4 x 5-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.14945.  Capt. Thomas Bowling of the Euterpe (built 1863; ship, 3m) posing in his best go ashore clothes on board an unidentified vessel, circa 1890

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (7 x 5 in.): p (7 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

EUTERPE was later STAR OF INDIA (built 1863; bark, 3m).
 

Item No. K09.15010.  C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m) view on board of "Whitehead" Pete Nelson, Carl, and other unidentified men out for a good time, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-1/4 x 6-3/4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.15116.  O.M. Kellogg (built 1892; schooner, 3m) scene on board with Charles R. Page, left, and marine surveyor Capt. Louis Turner posing, undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., n (7 x 5 in.): pl; pl (10 x 8 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Source of copy negative and print: Firemans' Fund p. 112. Souce of second large print: Gift - C.C. Curtis. See Info. File.
 

Item No. K09.15175.  Arabia (bark, ?m) crew members posing on board, 1904

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., x (10-1/2 x 13-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Eight Norwegian men in view.
 

Item No. K09.15206.  Wapama (built 1915; steam schooner) scene with Miss Mildred McBride, sponsor, on board, 1918 Oct

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.15225.  Mount Washington (ship, ?m) view looking forward from the afterdeck, possibly 1898

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (10 x 8 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Note visitors. Three men are in view, plus a woman and a child. Very similar to K09.15226 pl.
 

Item No. K09.15226.  Mount Washington (ship, ?m) view looking forward from the afterdeck, possibly 1898

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Note visitors. Three men are in view, plus a woman and a child. Very similar to K09.15225 pl.
 

Item No. K09.15309.  Capt. Niels Ronberg and his wife Mabel posing on board an unidentified vessel, 1930

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (9-1/2 x 7-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

The image is taken from the move "Derelict," MGM.
 

Item No. K09.15645.  Compass adjuster at work on board an unidentified vessel, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (7 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.15678.  City of Sacramento (ferry) interior view in the main cabin, looking aft, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (7 x 9 in.): n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Ex ASBURY PARK (ferry).
 

Item No. K09.15679.  Calistoga (built 1907; ferry) view on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Texas deck looking aft and down into newsstand and main cabin.
 

Item No. K09.15680.  Calistoga (built 1907; ferry) view on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Ex FLORIDA (vessel type unidentified). Texas deck looking aft and down into the main cabin.
 

Item No. K09.15916.  Bear (built 1874; cutter; U.S. Revenue Service) crew, 1895

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Twenty-four men in view. A man in the center foreground is holding a trumpet. Note the Japanese men in the bottom row - they might be trainees.
 

Item No. K09.16141.  Marion (built 1839; sloop-of-war: training ship; U.S. Navy) deck view, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white albumen photographic print., p (4-1/4 x 4-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

G - Mrs. John Stafford 1/15/63.
 

Item No. K09.16199.  Thomas Corwin (built 1876; cutter; U.S. Revenue Service) officers posing on deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (4 x 5 in.): pl

Scope and Content Note

Eight men in view.
 

Item No. K09.16284.  Lake Miraflores (built 1921; tanker) view on board of a group posing informally, possibly 1934 Jan

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Left to right: Gus Heilander, 2nd mate; "Standard Oil" Jackson; Capt. Harry Spillman; and Hugo Nilsson. G - Hugo Nilsson 3/13/63
 

Item No. K09.16286.  Charlotte B. (steam schooner: fishing boat) crew members posing on board, probably at San Francisco, CA, 1923

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin postcard photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

From left to right: The cook; Hugo Nilsson; a deckhand; Frank and Jimmy (two Estonians); Chas. Perret; the Chief Engineer; and the Second Engineer. G - Hugo Nilsson 3/13/63
Caption: Charlotte B. [illegible] Sea
 

Item No. K09.16414.  Tusitala (built 1883; full rigged ship, 3m) view on board during a voyage to Manila, circa 1924-1925

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-1/2 x 3 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Chief Mate Hughes and Second Mate Harry Jones posing on deck.
This vessel was known by the name TUSITALA from 1923-1939, and then became a training ship in the U. S. Coast Guard.
 

Item No. K09.16415.  Tusitala (built 1883; full rigged ship, 3m) view on board of Second Mate Harry Jones, circa 1924

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 2-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

G - Capt. Harry Jones 5/8/63.
This vessel was known by the name TUSITALA from 1923-1939, and then became a training ship in the U. S. Coast Guard.
 

Item No. K09.16498.  Great Eastern (built 1858; paddle steamer) deck view showing crowd of visitors, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Captain Harrison is in the center foreground. Stereopticon view.
 

Item No. K09.16863.  Ernest Aderman standing on the deck of Falls of Clyde (built 1878; bark, 4m), 1916 or 1917

Creator/Collector: Aderman, Ernest
Extent: 1 photograph.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Aderman is wearing shore clothes; he is second mate at this time. The excellent condition of the deck can be seen in this photograph. Noted on negative enclosure: (11).
One of the Fred Klebingat donor cards says that this photograph was assigned "Captain Klebingat's caption number 11" and was an Aderman photograph. See SFMNHP collection: FALLS OF CLYDE (VM 311 S7 F3 v.1.) for a detailed caption provided by Captain Fred Klebingat.
 

Item No. K09.16881.  Crew members on the fo'c'slehead of Falls of Clyde (built 1878; bark, 4m), 1916 or 1917

Creator/Collector: Aderman, Ernest
Extent: 1 photograph.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Noted on negative enclosure: (29). Second from left: Codfish Bill; third from left, Manus; sixth, standing, sail maker of the OTTAWA. Man on the right is probably Caranza.
One of the Fred Klebingat donor cards says that this photograph was assigned "Captain Klebingat's caption number 29" and was an Aderman photograph. See SFMNHP collection: FALLS OF CLYDE (VM 311 S7 F3 v.1.) for a detailed caption provided by Captain Fred Klebingat.
 

Item No. K09.16914.  S.N. Castle (built 1886; barkentine, 3m) scene with Fred Klebingat in an informal pose on board, between 1909 and 1921

Creator/Collector: Aderman, Ernest
Extent: 1 photograph.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Noted on negative enclosure: (62).
One of the Fred Klebingat donor cards says that this photograph was assigned "Captain Klebingat's caption number 62" and was an Aderman photograph.
 

Item No. K09.16927.  Georgina (barkentine, 4m) scene with Capt. and Mrs. Charles Brandt and daughters on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

The daughters are Florence and Caroline.
 

Item No. K09.16929.  Balboa (built 1901; schooner, 4m) scene with Mrs. Charles Wm. Brandt posing while visiting on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.16931.  Georgina (barkentine, 4m) scene with Capt. and Mrs. Charles Brandt on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.16934.  Forest Home (built 1900; schooner, 4m) group photograph on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.): p (5 x 6-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Identified are: At left, Capt. and Mrs. Charles Wm. Brandt and daughters Florence and Caroline. At right, Capt. John Anderson of the FOREST HOME and Mrs. Anderson. In back is Thelma Anderson. "Capt. Anderson was Mate in the GALILEE; Master of the FOREST HOME; Master (and lost) the schooner ANNIE E. SMALE; and Master of the schooner BALBOA."
 

Item No. K09.17196.  Virginian (steamer) scene with Red and Jack Shickell, quartermasters, posing on the bridge, 1913

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.17197.  Great Eastern (built 1858; paddle steamer) scene with Capt. Harrison posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.17265.  Unidentified steamer scene with a group of Chinese people on board, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin postcard photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.): n, x

Scope and Content Note

Passengers? A young Chinese child is also in view.
 

Item No. K09.17272.  Unidentified vessel scene with an unidentified gorup posing on board during a visit, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin postcard photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.): n (4 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

G - C.G. Carlson 1/21/56.
 

Item No. K09.17318.  Monongahela (built 1892; bark, 4m) view looking along the deck, undated

Extent: 2 photographic prints.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-1/2 x 2-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

G - R. Hansen 3/5/64.
 

Item No. K09.17329.  Ship's officers relaxing on deck of an unidentified vessel over drinks, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white albumen stereograph photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 7 in.) Photog. No. 1288

Scope and Content Note

Stereograph published by Littleton View Co.
Caption: 1288. Life on the Ocean.
 

Item No. K09.17330.  D. Colden Murray (bark, ?m) scene with a group of visitors on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.), p (4-1/4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.17386.  Minnie A. Caine (built 1900; schooner, 4m) view on board, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-3/4 x 5 in.): n (4-3/4 x 6-1/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Wintry scene. G - H. Huycke 2/6/54.
 

Item No. K09.17403.  Mrs. Annie M. Rolph and James Rolph, Jr. posing on board an unidentified sailer, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-3/4 x 4-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

G - James Rolph III 10/18/56.
 

Item No. K09.17480.  Kaiulani (built 1899; bark, 3m) view looking along the deck during its first voyage, 1900 Dec

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Note the cow in a temporary stall.
 

Item No. K09.17489.  Kaiulani (built 1899; bark, 3m) view on deck on the occasion of its first voyage, 1900 Dec

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.17888.  Star of Alaska (built 1886; ship, 3m) scene with three unidentified men sitting on deck, circa 1907-1908

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print mounted on paper., p (2-1/2 x 3-3/4 in.): n, pl

Scope and Content Note

Note the short poop.
 

Item No. K09.17892.  Inca (built 1896; schooner, 5m) view on board with Capt. Rasmus Rasmussen posing at the wheel, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-1/4 x 3 in.): n (5 x 4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

G - Inca Smith 3/23/62.
 

Item No. K09.17893.  Inca (built 1896; schooner, 5m) view on board with Capt. Rasmus Rasmussen using a sextant, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/4 x 2-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

G - Inca Smith 3/23/62.
 

Item No. K09.17894.  Inca (built 1896; schooner, 5m) view on board with Capt. and Mrs. Rasmus Rasmussen posing at the rail, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/4 x 3 in.): n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

G - Inca Smith 3/23/62.
 

Item No. K09.17908.  Birkdale (bark, ?m) view looking along the deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.17921.  Invercauld (bark, ?m) men at work on the deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.17922.  Lawhill (bark, 4m) view on deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.17925.  Birkdale (bark, ?m) view looking along the deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.17926.  Archibald Russell (built 1905; bark, 4m) view looking along the deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.17927.  Birkdale (bark, ?m) deck view, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.18299.  Louise (schooner, ?m) crew members on board, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5 x 3-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Two men in view.
 

Item No. K09.18399.  Falls of Clyde (built 1878; bark, 4m) scene with John Murphy posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Noted on negative enclosure: (59).
 

Item No. K09.18448.  Commodore Robert E. Stockton, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Color photographic print., cp (7 x 3-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Painting by W. Loos after original miniature painted by William Newton ca. 1840.
 

Item No. K09.18506.  Unidentified vessel view with a group of unidentified people on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

The vessel may be the RODERICK DHU (built 1874; bark, 3m).
 

Item No. K09.18510.  Loch Fay (bark, ?m) scene with an unidentified man at work on the deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.18596.  Star of England (built 1893; bark, 3m) view on deck looking aft from amidships, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (10 x 8 in.)
 

Item No. K09.18680.  Muscoota (bark, 4m) scene with Mr. Morrison (the mate) and the unidentified 2nd mate in their shore going clothes on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.18810.  Unidentified sailer poop deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.): p (4 x 6-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Two unidentified beared men in view.
 

Item No. K09.18827.  G.C. Lindauer (built 1901; steam schooner) scene with Capt. Allen and the crew on board, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print mounted on board., x (6 x 8 in.): n, pl Photog. No. 1059

Scope and Content Note

Looking aft. Nineteen men in view. Gift - Mr. Johnson, 2/10/65.
Caption: Crew of "S.S. G.C. Lindauer." Capt. Allen.
 

Item No. K09.19118.  Unidentified U.S. Navy coaling ship view on deck, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-3/4 x 6-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Caption: Coaling Ship.
 

Item No. K09.19206.  Charles S. Lane (steamer) stern view with Capt. Foghorn Reilly's men horsing "blacksmith shop", undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.19358.  Forest Pride (barkentine, 5m) stern scene, 1925

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

From left to right: 2nd mate "Mack;" two boys, Eric and Nels; and Chief Mate "Tanglefoot Samuelson"
 

Item No. K09.19361.  Parma (bark, ?m) crew, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

German vessel.
 

Item No. K09.19373.  Unidentified vessel, undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (3 x 4-1/2 in.), n (3 x 4-3/4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.19392.  Saginaw (built 1907; steam schooner) scene at noon hour, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Good view of the deckload and of the crew relaxing.
 

Item No. K09.19402.  Falls of Clyde (built 1878; bark, 4m) crew posing, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Emil Dorsch is in the foreground, at the right.
Caption: Falls of Clyde's Finest
 

Item No. K09.19459.  Unidentified whaler with a whale on the deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.19461.  Unidentified whaler vessel view of sectioning whales on the deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.19466.  Tissot's painting "The Captain and the Mate", undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.19565.  Illustration of Dr. L.A. Bauer on board the Galilee (built 1891; brigantine), undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.19566.  Galilee (built 1891; brigantine), 1905

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

According to the Carnegie Institution of Washington this photo is not the CARNEGIE (brig). Photo identified as James Percy (J.P.) Ault, observer, taking readings on board C.I.W. magnetic survey vessel GALILEE (built by M. Turner) during Aug 1905 shakedown cruise from San Francisco to San Diego. This is beginning of Pacific magnetic survey, 1905-1908. The CARNEGIE succeeded the GALILEE in 1909 and surveyed through 1929.
 

Item No. K09.19724.  Childwall (vessel type unidentifed) crew, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.19726.  Unidentified sailer crew, including a dog, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.19890.  Brussels (bark, ?m) view on board of Mr. Dalrymple, First Mate, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print mounted on board., p (5 x 5-1/4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.19967.  Eastern Merchant (built 1919; freighter) scene with Edward M. Parsons, Sr., radio operator, posing on board, 1920

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

EASTERN MERCHANT was built by Asano in Japan. Many vessels named EASTERN ____ were built for the U.S. Shipping Board in Japan from 1915-1920. Vessel names include EASTERN BELLE, EASTERN COAST, EASTERN CROWN, EASTERN GALE, EASTERN GUIDE, EASTERN LEADER, EASTERN MAID, EASTERN MOON, EASTERN TRADER, EASTERN VICTOR. Builders include: Asano, Fujinagata, Harima, Ishikawajima, Kawasaki, Nitta, Mitsubishi, Osaka, Uchida, Uraga, Yokohama) (Source: Pacific Marine Review, Volume 17, page 72, accessed from http://books.google.com/books?id=XKk-AQAAIAAJ&lpg=RA5-PA82&ots=0TvaMq-XWX&dq=Ishikawajima%20Shipyard%20in%20Japan%20%22eastern%20belle%22&pg=RA5-PA82#v=onepage&q=Ishikawajima%20Shipyard%20in%20Japan%20%22eastern%20belle%22&f=false)
 

Item No. K09.20056.  Admiral (schooner, ?m) scene on board with Mariann Oberg "selling" a newspaper to her father Capt. Oberg, 1906

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.20070.  Admiral (schooner, ?m) view of activity on deck with Adam Benroth, the cook, posing with the ship's cat, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.20072.  Admiral (schooner, ?m) crew, 1907

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

In the center is Adam Benroth, the cook, with Mariann Oberg on his lap. In the foreground is R. Brandt.
 

Item No. K09.20191.  Capt. Dowdell posing on deck of the Alameda (steamer) with the MacMullen brothers, circa 1903

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5 x 3-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

The younger brother is Jerry. Additional information included inside the print enclosure: "On extreme right of the Dowdell shot, with glasses [binoculars], is my older brother, now deceased, who became an Army colonel and, like all old Army colonels, learned a lot about glasses, but not that kind. That particularly scrofulous-looking little house-ape between them is, I regret to say, myself."
 

Item No. K09.20218.  John Ena (built 1892; bark, 4m) scene with Capt. Madsen's children, Milton and Dagmar Madsen, on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.20301.  San Juan (steamer) crew, circa 1925

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Identified are Chief Steward Coker, Captain Judson?, Walter Hoffman, and First Mate Hansen.
 

Item No. K09.20496.  Capt. Halverson poses on board an unidentified Alaska Packers vessel, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Capt. Halverson was born in Norway in 1870 and died in Alamed in 1945.
 

Item No. K09.20504.  Gunford (bark, 4m) view on deck of the crew posing for a group portrait, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Home port: Glasgow.
 

Item No. K09.20585.  Harvestehude (ship, ?m) crew, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Identified at the lower right is Herbert Tiesler.
 

Item No. K09.20702.  Prinz Oskar (steamer) crew members, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white photocopy print., p (4 x 11 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Willy Maahs is second from right, back row. Maahs has the original print.
 

Item No. K09.20868.  Oregon (built 1893; battleship; U.S. Navy) scene with Dick Schnalle posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

His nickname was "Boatswain Snarler." He ran several scow schooners on San Francisco Bay. Schnalle was a Chief Warrant Bos'n in the old Naval Militia of California.
 

Item No. K09.20926.  Sierra (steamship) crew members posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-3/4 x 6-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Ed Groepe is on the right. Other three men are unidentified.
 

Item No. K09.21013.  Star of Italy (built 1877; ship, 3m) scene on board with unidentified persons, apparently including visitors, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.): pl

Scope and Content Note

Crew? Cannery workers?
 

Item No. K09.21042.  Unidentified man, possibly Capt. Linder of the Brunswick (built 1898; steam schooner), undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (7 x 5 in.): pl
 

Item No. K09.21287.  Nordsee (ship, ?m) crew posing with musical instruments, 1908

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.), p (3-1/2 x 4-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Hamburg vessel. Henry V. Fuse is on the far right. Dog also in view.
 

Item No. K09.21298.  Benjamin F. Packard (built 1883; ship, 3m) crew lined up topside, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.): n

Scope and Content Note

Joe Allen, mate, is on the right; Tom Turner is next to him. Gift - Richard B. Noble, 8/25/67.
 

Item No. K09.21322.  Fresno (bark, ?m) crew, 1900

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/4 x 4-1/4 in.): n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.21362.  Capt. W. Burmeister of the Wandsbek (built 1892; bark, 4m), undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.21376.  Prinz Oskar (steamer) crew members, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.21377.  Unidentified German sailer crew, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.21649.  Enterprise (steamer) scene with an unidentified man posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

You still on the ENTERPRISE? How's the chance for a dollar?
 

Item No. K09.21706.  Potosi (vessel type unidentified) view looking along the deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Verbatim quotation from H. Piening: "This photo gives you an idea of size of her foredeck and of the size of an emergency."
 

Item No. K09.21797.  Carradale (bark, ?m) crew, circa 1920

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Additional information included inside the negative enclosure.
 

Item No. K09.21902.  Muscoota (bark, 4m) crew members horsing around while working a line on board, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-1/4 x 5-3/4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.21984.  Capt. G.A. Harris of the Emma Alexander (passenger vessel) posing in the chart room, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (10 x 8 in.)
 

Item No. K09.22221.  Illustration "The Shipping Master" by Prof. W. Stower, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

From the book "Seemannsleben" by E.F. Hanssen.
 

Item No. K09.22272.  Joan Lowell posing for a publicity shot at the wheel of an unidentified schooner at New Orleans harbor, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white letterpress halftone print., p (4-1/2 x 3-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Caption: AND THE WHEEL'S KICK, AND THE WIND'S SONG, AND THE WHITE SAIL'S SHAKING Joan Lowell knows it all, from the standpoint of an able-bodied mariner, so she had no trouble in posing as above on a schooner in New Orleans harbor, to please her publishers, Simon & Schuster.
 

Item No. K09.22766.  President Coolidge (built 1931; passenger vessel) view from aloft while in the stream, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-1/4 x 3-1/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Mood shot.
 

Item No. K09.22848.  Unidentified vessel crew, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (4 x 5 in.): p (3-1/2 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

The only person identified is Charles Paulson. "The vessel is not the STAR OF ALASKA; it is probably a down-easter."
 

Item No. K09.22869.  Helen A. Wyman (built 1881; bark, ?m) scene on board with an East Indian cabin boy posing by the port mizzen backstays, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (7 x 5 in.): pl

Scope and Content Note

Ex WILLIAM J. ROTH (built 1881; ship, ?m). (The vessel started as a ship but later became a bark, and finally a three-masted schooner).
 

Item No. K09.23096.  Vineta (cruiser; German Navy) crew members, circa 1911-1912

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Identified is John Stoll at the upper right.
 

Item No. K09.23166.  Capt. Knudsen as a crew member on the Fiorgyn (schooner, 3m), undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/4 x 5-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Medley of photos. FIORGYN had a four-cyl. aux. engine.
 

Item No. K09.23190.  Oriental (bark, 3m) scene with Capt. Hanson posing at the wheel, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.23191.  Oriental (bark, 3m) scene with a young girl and a dog on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.23192.  Oriental (bark, 3m) group picture of visitors on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.23193.  Oriental (bark, 3m) scene on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Apparently a family group - father, mother with a dog, and young girl with a sheep.
 

Item No. K09.23194.  Oriental (bark, 3m) scene with a group of visitors on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.23195.  Oriental (bark, 3m) scene with an unidentified man watching a young girl feeding a sheep on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.23196.  Oriental (bark, 3m) scene with unidentified visitors on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.23197.  Oriental (bark, 3m) scene with an unidentified adult couple admiring the sheep with the young girl on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.23200.  Oriental (bark, 3m) deck view on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

In the Alaska Trade for Alaska Packers Association.
 

Item No. K09.23203.  Oriental (bark, 3m) crew members and two dogs on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

American bark.
 

Item No. K09.23291.  A.G. Ropes (built 1884; ship, 3m) view on deck showing visitors, undated

Extent: 2 photographic prints.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

In the foreground, the captain has received his orders.
 

Item No. K09.23292.  Susquehanna (bark, 4m) view of the main deck from aft while in port, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)
 

Item No. K09.23567.  Daisy (steam schooner) scene with Charlie Paulson, 1st mate, posing on board, 1923

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (7 x 5 in.): p (6-1/4 x 4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.23902.  Unidentified schooner, probably three-masted, view looking aft along the main deck, circa 1930-1935

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white photographic print., pl (10 x 8 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Vessel operated between Honolulu, Hawaii and Seattle, Washington.
 

Item No. K09.24320.  Star of Lapland (built 1902; bark, 4m) crew posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.24626.  Star of Holland (built 1885; bark, 3m) view on deck while in port, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.): pl

Scope and Content Note

View at the donkey house.
 

Item No. K09.24667.  Muscoota (bark, 4m) view on deck, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5 x 6-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.24706.  Handling sling-loads of lumber on an unidentified freighter at an unidentified port, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (10 x 8 in.)

Scope and Content Note

View aft from amidships.
 

Item No. K09.24784.  Manga Reva (built 1891; bark, 4m) view on deck, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white albumen stereograph photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 7 in.): n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Capt. "Tanglefoot" H.C. Townsend talking with visitors.
 

Item No. K09.24822.  Washington (built 1906; steam schooner) crew posing informally on board while in port, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Additional information included inside the negative enclosure: "Career of the Washington Recalled

  • The photo [different from the cataloged photo] reproduced above shows the little steam schooner, WASHINGTON, berthed at a San Francisco dock, when she was owned and operated by Olson and Mahony, of San Francisco, in the coastwise lumber trade. Of 539 tons, she was built at Seattle, in 1906. In 1911, Olson and Mahony bought her from the Washington Marine Co. of Seattle, her original owners, at a bargain price of only $30,000.
  • The WASHINGTON figured in several mishaps. On November 12, 1911, as she was leaving the Columbia River and while on the bar, she broke down due to one of the deck lashings having caught in the propeller, after a sea had washed a portion of her deckload over the side. She drifted, her anchors not holding, and was steadily carried toward the north shore. For nearly 24 hours, her passengers and crew were in a perilous position until the tug, TATOOSH [(built 1900; tugboat)], finally came to her rescue and towed her to Astoria. She later came to Portland for repairs, and after reloading, proceeded to San Francisco. Olson and Mahony laid her up temporarily for additional work and then placed her on the San Francisco-Coos bay run, but on her maiden trip to Coos Bay, she got into more trouble and had to be towed back to the Golden Gate; later plying to Eureka. The vessel was said by mariners to have been too small to pay on long runs.
  • In February, 1912, she again changed hands when she came under the management of W.S. Scammel and Co. of San Francisco, who operated her until 1918, when she was resold again to the Little River Redwood Co., a subsidiary of Hammond Lumber Co. of San Francisco. The WASHINGTON eventually met her end on Feb. 15, 1932, when she foundered on Humboldt Bay, California. The waterlogged hull was broken up for scrap. Photo courtesy A.O. Anderson, Washington, D.C. from the Joe Williamson collection, Winslow, Washington."
 

Item No. K09.24861.  Wanderer (ship, ?m) activity at the bow, undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (5 x 3-1/2 in.), n (4-1/4 x 3 in.), pl (10 x 8 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Slipping the vessel's bow line (towing line).
 

Item No. K09.24862.  Wanderer (ship, ?m) activity at the bow, undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (5 x 4 in.), n (5 x 4 in.), pl (10 x 8 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Heaving short.
 

Item No. K09.25820.  Geneva (built 1892; brigantine) scene with an unidentified man holding a rifle posing on board, circa 1914

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Date sometime after 1914.
 

Item No. K09.25824.  Geneva (built 1892; brigantine) scene with an unidentified man posing at the wheel, circa 1914

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Date sometime after 1914.
 

Item No. K09.25896.  Fred Baxter (built 1917; steam schooner) scene with two men posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Identified is the man to the rear in the chart room: Captain Arne Hansen.
 

Item No. K09.25897.  Fred Baxter (built 1917; steam schooner) scene with four men posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Identified is Captain Arne Hansen at the left.
 

Item No. K09.25898.  Unidentified steamer scene with a group posing on board at San Pedro, California, circa 1915-1916

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

At right, Tom Raig and son. In center, Capt. Arne Hansen, wife and daughter. At left, "Bullshit" Johansen, third mate.
 

Item No. K09.26045.  Texas (steamer) scene with "Billy the Bosun" Galloway on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.26054.  Chillicothe (ship, 3m) crew, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

The officers are at ease. The men are hauling on a line.
 

Item No. K09.26557.  Helene (built 1900; schooner, 4m) scene with an unidentified man doing painting work on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.26559.  Llewellyn J. Morse (built 1877; ship, 3m) view looking at the wheel while in port, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.26608.  Ethel Zane (built 1890; schooner, 4m) crew posing on board the Arapahoe (ship, 3m), undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Identified is Captain Backus, at right.
Caption: Crew of ETHEL ZANE - on board ARAPAHOE.
 

Item No. K09.26645.  Tamara XII (ship, ?m) crew members posing on deck, circa 1923

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Ex TARPENBEK, ex NAWORTH CASTLE. At lower right is Hans Matthiesen, who later was Master of the LURLINE and the MATSONIA. Dog also in view. G - Capt. W.R. Eckhart 3/24/72.
 

Item No. K09.26714.  Illustration of a head of a bowhead whale being hoisted aboard an unidentified whaler, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

From the book "Pursuing the Whale" by John A. Cook, 1926.
Caption: Head of a bowhead whale, showing scalp, or upper jaw, and whalebone hanging from it. It is just being hoisted aboard.
 

Item No. K09.27052.  John, a Finn, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5-1/2 x 3-1/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Said to have sailed from Unalaska to Astoria alone in an open dory in 1906.
 

Item No. K09.27061.  Capt. Ben Pine and Capt. Angus Walters on board the Columbia (built 1899; schooner, 4m), 1923 Oct 21

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.27127.  Earl Dalhousie (bark, 3m) crew members posing on poop deck, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (6-3/4 x 8-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Identified are Capt. David Jarvis, with beard on right, and his son J.C.B. Jarvis. (Vessel not to be confused with the later EARL OF DALHOUSIE (bark, 4m) ). Original photo in possession of the Jarvis family. Gift - R.M. Cookson, 7/1972.
 

Item No. K09.27142.  K.V. Kruse (built 1920; schooner, 5m) view looking along the deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

In the group in the background, Spike Africa is the man straddling the sail.
 

Item No. K09.27143.  K.V. Kruse (built 1920; schooner, 5m) crew, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

The names on the back of the photo are: Top row, left to right: Sjorman, Finn; Africa, Boatswain; McCarthy, Cook, Irish; Robinson, Logger; Ceverson, Norwegian. Bottom row, left to right: Gordon, crook from Seattle; Kaskernen, Lieut. in the Cossack Army; Crazy Anderson, Mate.
 

Item No. K09.27206.  Group of men aboard an unidentified sailer, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Identified are: Charly Muller, 3rd from left; Capt. Siatas, 4th from left; the owner of the REGINA MARIS (vessel type unidentified), 4th from right. Additional information included inside the negative enclosure: "Feature Article by Guenter Niemeyer, Hamburger Abendblatt. Translation from the German by O.H. Friz. Charly Mueller, a Life at Sea is at an End.
Charly Muller, Germany's 'Oldest Boatswain' has embarked on his last voyage. The 95 year old passed away on 16 March 1972 at the Harbor Hospital in Hamburg. Funeral services will not be held until after Easter at the Ohlsdorf Cemetery. As the caretaker of the Old Seamen's Home tried to console him as he was taken to the hospital, saying 'Everything will be alright,' he answered: 'And if not, it will also be good.' He died a few hours after entering the hospital.
On his last birthday, April 6th of last year, I had written a feature on Charly Mueller in the Hamburger Abendblatt, a man who for nearly 50 years sailed only in deepwater sailing ships. A manufacturer's son, born in the Black Forest, he made his first trip in 1890 in the Hamburg bark LUNA to Australia and the Sunda Islands. On this turn around the world, the 14 year old 'Moses Karl' acquired the name Charly, and when he paid off as Able Seaman on the POTOSI his discharge read 'Deportment, Sobriety; Ability, very good; signed: Hilgendorf.' That was the captain internationally know as 'The Devil of the Sea.'
Charly Mueller's last employment was with Count Felix v. Lucknner, who, following at the end of nine years service on his foumaster VATERLAND and MOPELIA wrote in his seaman's book: 'A seaman, not to be found again in our day, a man who knew completely all problems of seamanship.' It was the end of seafaring in 52 deepwater sailing ship, from a 45 ton ketch to the 4000 ton POTOSI, the greatest fivemast bark of its time. Their traces have been scattered by the winds, their records have become legends.
And who has written Charly's history? I wanted to do it and Charly was agreeable. We started and then he said one day in his Hamburger patois: 'Let it be, my boy. You have a mountain of work to do and when you are clear, I will start and write my fingers to the bone.' In fact, the old boatswain received as many as eighty letters on holidays, some containing a pound or dollar note, then his friends knew Charly's special liking for an occasional dish of oysters or other not-every-day tidbit, for which his small pension was not enough.
When Alan Villiers wrote his well-know book 'The Way of a Ship,' letters reached the flood stage, because Charly Mueller was at times cited as expert and chief witness of that era in which steam and oil dethroned the century-old wind power propulsion.
Twenty-four times he rounded the Cape Horn 'before the mast.' In accordance with the strict regulations of the St. Malo constitution of the International Friendship Confederation of the Cape Horn Society he was entitled to wear the 'Malamok Badge." But Charly was accorded the singular honor of the 'Albatross Badge,' reserved for shipmasters only." -Guenter Niemeyer.
 

Item No. K09.27253.  Cottage City (passenger vessel) ship's officers posing on board, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print mounted on board., pl (5 x 6-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Eight people in view. The unidentified persons in the group include a woman and a boy, apparently visiting. Photographer: Swinart? (spelling?). Gift - Pacific Coast Transport Co., 8/19/71.
 

Item No. K09.27296.  Haida (built 1921; cutter; U.S. Coast Guard) crew members, 1924

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Six men in view. Written on back of print: "HAIDA quarter Master crew & navigator Lt. Carl Abel - 1924 - Paddy Little 2nd from right - see verse 'It Won't be Long'."
 

Item No. K09.27299.  Haida (built 1921; cutter; U.S. Coast Guard) crew members, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/4 x 5-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Written on back of print: "(1 - ?) - Matty Poppoff, M.A. Ransom, E.G. Rose executive officer HAIDA. Matty Poppoff who shot his sourdough step-father 1927."
 

Item No. K09.27415.  City of Puebla (passenger vessel) scene with two men on board, 1914

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Identified is C.W. Brown, at right.
 

Item No. K09.27513.  Unidentified steamer scene with "Daylight Jack" Sahlin shooting the sun on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (7 x 5 in.): p (7 x 5 in.), p (7 x 5 in.) Photog. No. B/16

Scope and Content Note

Caption: Shooting the Sun at Sea.
 

Item No. K09.27533.  Unidentified ship's officer posing on deck at the wheel of the Admiral Farragut (passenger vessel), circa 1925-1929

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (2-1/2 x 3-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.27588.  Star of Alaska (built 1886; ship, 3m) view on board, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-3/4 x 3-3/4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.27682.  J.M. Griffith (built 1882; barkentine, 3m) scene with Walter Stauss in his foul weather gear on board, 1915 Jul

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4-1/2 x 6-1/2 in.), n (4-1/2 x 6-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.27683.  J.M. Griffith (built 1882; barkentine, 3m) scene with an unidentified man at the wheel, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.27687.  Capt. Thomas "Foghorn" Reilly surrounded by several children and a dog on deck of unid. vessel, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white photographic print., pl (7-3/4 x 9-1/2 in.): nl

Scope and Content Note

Several people in the background as well. Gift - Reilly Estate, 12/1972.
 

Item No. K09.27895.  Passat (bark, 4m) activity on deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.27959.  Longshoremen on deck of unidentified wooden barkentine, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin postcard photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.): nl, pl

Scope and Content Note

Stowing deck load. Ten men in view posing with their hooks. Written along the top edge of the negative is, "please use other neg."
 

Item No. K09.28049.  Frank D. Stout (built 1917; steam schooner) crew, 1922

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5 in.), n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.28157.  Rathdown (ship, 3m) crew posing on deck, 1892

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white albumen photographic print mounted on board., x (6 x 8 in.): nl, n, pl

Scope and Content Note

RATHDOWN was a British ship. Noted on small negative enclosure: "retouched". See info. file. Information written on the verso of the x print: "M.R.J. Downey on spanker boom leaning against mast - left background. Captain Morrisey - bearded elderly main in center foreground. Foster - First Mate - seated on capstan to left. Hewitt - Second Mate leaning near Halyards to right. Ross Murphy with hand on belaying pin in mast. Doyle - Apprentice seated at base of mast to left. Corcoran in right background with negro sailor's left hand on shoulder." "This picture shows some of the crew and officers and apprentices of the British steel full-rigged ship RATHDOWN. Six months voyage around the "horn" to San Francisco from Belfast, Ireland 1892. Crew was mostly colored. Officers and apprentices white."
 

Item No. K09.28399.  Snark (built 1907; schooner, 2m: yacht) scene with Jack and Charmain London on board, 1907-1916

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print mounted on paper., p (4-1/2 x 3-1/2 in.): n (5 x 4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.28400.  Jack and Charmain London, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (4-1/4 x 3-1/4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.28492.  Puako (built 1902; barkentine, 4m), Capt. Charles Emil Helms aboard, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., nl

Scope and Content Note

Source: "L & C - Mrs. Mae R. Roche (daughter)". Capt. Helms shown sitting on a pile of rope.
 

Item No. K09.28540.  Group of ship captains aboard an unidentified vessel, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 6-1/2 in.): pl

Scope and Content Note

Capt. Johaness C. Lass of the G.W. WATSON (built 1890; schooner, 3m) is at top center. The other captains, not specifically identified, are T.D. Blom of the RESOLUTE (built 1902; schooner, 4m); Hansen, Petersen, Lundwalt, and Hansen of the AMELIA (barkentine, ?m). Note the dog. The RESOLUTE (built 1902; schooner, 4m) is in the background.
 

Item No. K09.28553.  Thomas P. Emigh (built 1901; barkentine, 4m) scene with two unidentified men boxing on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (4-3/4 x 7-1/4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.28792.  Curacao (steamship) view on board of bosun Johnny Wilke and the unidentified Chief Engineer, circa 1922 Apr

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.): pl

Scope and Content Note

Wilke later was mate on the S.V. DALBEK (vessel type unidentified).
 

Item No. K09.28804.  Crew on board either the Star of France (built 1877; ship, 3m) or the Star of Lapland (built 1902; ship, 3m), 1923

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Date is prior to 1923. Identified are Luigi Castagnola, second from right, bottom row; and a man with fedora in top row named [?] Rico.
 

Item No. K09.28836.  Bear (built 1874; cutter; U.S. Revenue Service) scene with Richard Cain and his dog on board, circa 1891-1895

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

At left is Capt. Healy.
Caption: Capt. Healy. Dad with dog.
 

Item No. K09.28837.  Bear (built 1874; cutter; U.S. Revenue Service) scene with Richard Cain and his two cats on board, circa 1891-1895

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Note: Do not print the words that are at top of negative.
Caption: Dad with his pets.
 

Item No. K09.28838.  Bear (built 1874; cutter; U.S. Revenue Service) scene with William Harris sounding "taps" on board, circa 1891-1895

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Note: Do not print the words that are at top of negative.
Caption: Wm. Harris Sounding Taps USS Bear
 

Item No. K09.28839.  Bear (built 1874; cutter; U.S. Revenue Service) scene with William Boondy sponging a gun for action on board, circa 1891-1895

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Caption: Sponging Gun for Action
 

Item No. K09.28876.  Matador (bark, ?m) crew, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Wooden bark. Tobacco clipper with home port Bremen.
 

Item No. K09.28897.  Capt. Dan O. Killman, here as second mate, at the wheel of the Ella A. ? (schooner, 4m), circa 1920-1928

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (7 x 5 in.): p (7 x 4-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.29012.  Golden Shore (built 1889; schooner, 4m) scene with unidentified visitors on board, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.): pl

Scope and Content Note

Group of fifteen men, women, and children.
 

Item No. K09.29258.  Jennie Thelin (built 1869; schooner, 2m) crew posing for their picture, possibly 1903

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.): n

Scope and Content Note

Six men in view. Identified are John Mattson, left, sitting; and Capt. Edward Jensen, center, sitting.
Caption: Crew of the "Jennie Thelin." Capt. E. Jensen.
 

Item No. K09.29363.  President Cleveland (passenger vessel) bridge scene of a ship;s officer showing the compass to two visitors, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Gift - Richard M. Benson, 4/1974.
 

Item No. K09.29523.  Logan (transport; U.S. Army) view on board of an unidentified group of visitors, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin postcard photographic print., p (3-1/4 x 5-1/4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.30030.  Great Admiral (ship, 3m) crew members posing on board, 1887

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.30043.  Steerage area of an unidentified passenger vessel, 1907

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (10 x 8 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Numerous immigrant passengers in view.
 

Item No. K09.30397.  Bengairn (built 1890; bark, 4m) crew, circa 1915-1916

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.), pl (8 x 10 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Fourteen men in view. Louis Wilson sailed on the BENGAIRN from December 10, 1915 to April 1, 1916 from Seattle, Washington to Queenstown for orders. On April 1, 1916, the vessel was sunk by the submarine U-53, 169 miles W.S.W. of the Fastnet Rock, Ireland. The vessel's lifeboat was picked up on April 4, 1916 near Queenstown. The donor does not recall the names of the men in the top row. In the back row, left to right are: unidentified; J. Murray Lindsay, apprentice; E.D. Jones, second mate; Mr. Findlay, first mate; unidentified; and the ship's cook. In the foreground is Henrico Ducablet-Biltaodpain (spelling?), 15-year-old apprentice (nicknamed "Chico"). Not show are Capt. Rae and Louis Wilson (cabin boy).
 

Item No. K09.30406.  Wahkeena (built 1916; steam schooner) view on board of crewmen getting the lifeboats ready for inspection, 1921

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (2-3/4 x 4-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

The four standing men, from left to right, are 3rd Mate Goodman; 1st Asst. Eng. Johnson; Capt. Johansen; and 2nd Mate Neils C. Ronberg.
 

Item No. K09.30906.  Unidentified man on a cargo fall at an unidentified port, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 6-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Vessels not identified.
 

Item No. K09.30927.  Bee (steam schooner) officers and crew, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 6-3/4 in.): pl

Scope and Content Note

See Info. File. Fifteen men in view. Identified are Capt. Christian N. Krog (left); John Ekebom, cook (third from right); T. Tallaksen, "Mr. Mate" (man in the middle with a gold watch chain).
Caption: Officers and Crew of the S.S. Bee.
 

Item No. K09.30928.  Wasp (steam schooner) officers and crew, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (4-3/4 x 6-3/4 in.): pl

Scope and Content Note

See Info. File. Eighteen people in view. Identified are: Mr. Gettliffe, Chief Engineer, top row third from left; Capt. John "Salvation John" Wehman with wife Annie Wehman and daughter Ester Wehman; Knudsen, First Mate, top, 2nd from right; Bert Wingard, cabin boy, top, right; John Ekebom, cook, bottom row, third from right; Tom Gilholm (?), bottom row.
Caption: Officers and Crew of the S.S. Wasp.
 

Item No. K09.30944.  Men being transported for work in Alaska, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin postcard photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.): n (4 x 6-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.31045.  Drummuir (built 1882; bark, 4m) crew, 1911

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white photographic print mounted on board., pl (6 x 8-1/4 in.): n

Scope and Content Note

Seventeen men in view. Identified are: Standing: with pipe, Capt. Fleming (4th from left); and Harry Butters, 3rd from right. Seated at far right is "Sails." Seated on the deck, left to right, are the cook, the mate and the steward.
 

Item No. K09.35353.  Capt. Albert Sorenson on the Snow & Burgess (built 1878; schooner, 5m), undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 6-1/4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.35355.  Snow & Burgess (built 1878; schooner, 5m) crew, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (4-1/2 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Part of the crew.
 

Item No. K09.35797.  S.N. Castle (built 1886; barkentine, 3m) scene on board with Fred Klebingat and Tom, the watchman, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., pl (8 x 8-1/4 in.): n (4 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Dog also in view. Note cases of Union Oil Co. gasoline behind Fred Klebingat on right. Same image as K09.14507 pl.
 

Item No. K09.35839.  Officer on board an unidentified steam schooner, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print mounted on cardstock., p (2-1/4 x 2-1/4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.35849.  Iaqua (steam schooner) deck crew, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (4 x 5 in.): pl

Scope and Content Note

Nine men in view. Five of the men are holding beverages.
 

Item No. K09.38799.  C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m) men working on deck, undated

Creator/Collector: Kortum, Karl
Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (2-1/2 x 3-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.38806.  C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m) deck view in heavy weather, undated

Creator/Collector: Kortum, Karl
Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (2-1/2 x 3-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.38809.  C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m) scene with Heinie the cook, left, and Carl Johnson, right, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.38811.  C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m) scene with Ivar Ivarson holding fish on the deck, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.38820.  Unidentified Man on a fishing lighter from the C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m), undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 3-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.38822.  C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m) deck, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin postcard photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Unidentified man and a seagull in view.
 

Item No. K09.38823.  Ocean view from the deck of the C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m), undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin postcard photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.38824.  Ocean view from the deck of the C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m), undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin postcard photographic print., p (3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.38825.  C.A. Thayer ? (built 1895; schooner, 3m) view on board of a group of people, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin postcard photographic print., p (5-1/2 x 3-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.40280.  Illustration of letting go anchor by Lyle Galloway, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.40341.  Illustration titled "The Crew Comes Aboard" by Gordon Grant, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

From "Sail, Ho!," p. 3.
 

Item No. K09.40342.  Illustration titled "Weighing Anchor" by Gordon Grant, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

From "Sail, Ho!," p. 5.
 

Item No. K09.40343.  Illustration titled "Weighing Anchor -- Old Style" by Gordon Grant, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

From "Sail, Ho!," p. 7.
 

Item No. K09.40378.  Illustration titled "Leaving Her" by Gordon Grant, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

From "Sail, Ho!," p. 125.
 

Item No. K09.40830.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) before restoration in Long Beach, California?, undated

Creator/Collector: Glasgow, Kenneth
Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (2-1/2 x 4 in.)
 

Item No. K09.40850.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) possibly in Long Beach, California, 1947

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.40851.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) possibly in Long Beach, California, 1947

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.40853.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) possibly in Long Beach, California, 1947

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.40854.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) possibly in Long Beach, California, 1947

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.40855.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) possibly in Long Beach, California, 1947

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.40857.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) possibly in Long Beach, California, 1947

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.40858.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) possibly in Long Beach, California, 1947

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K09.40941.  Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) deck scene, undated

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print mounted on cardstock., p (3-1/2 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.40969.  Star of Alaska (built 1886; ship, 3m) deck scene from poop, 1924 May

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5 x 3-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.40970.  Star of Alaska (built 1886; ship, 3m) deck scene from poop, looking forward, 1924 May

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (5 x 3-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K09.40972.  Capt. N.P. Jensen shooting the sun on board the Star of Alaska (built 1886; ship, 3m), 1924 May

Extent: 1 photographic print.
Physical Description: Black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic print., p (7 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Ship's carpenter also in view.
 

Item No. K09.41061.  Illustration "Furling the Mainsail" by Freda Bone, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (7 x 5 in.): p (5-1/2 x 4-3/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Paddy Doyle is the name of the sea chant sung while furling the canvas. Illustration taken from "Capstan Bars" by David W. Bone, p. 45 (ML 3650 B71).
 

Item No. K09.41063.  Illustration by Lyle Galloway of marine pumps swabbing the decks, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K09.41408.  Niantic (built 1835; ship, 3m) color illustration, undated

Extent: 1 color positive.
Physical Description: Color positive., cps (4 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Caption: Deck of the Ship Niantic, at Sea.
 

Item No. K09.41542.  Three men operating a pump on board vessel deck, undated

Creator/Collector: Galloway, Lyle
Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., nl

Scope and Content Note

Photo of a pen and ink illustration by Lyle Galloway, which is itself cataloged in SAFR's museum collection as SAFR - 03827 and was used in an exhibit on board BALCLUTHA in March, 1984 according to a note on the enclosure.
 

File Unit 10.  10. Formerly details, 1518-1976

Extent: 569 photographs.

Scope and Content Note

See Series 21 for classification V schedule and sub-classification 24.
 

Item No. K10.00051.  Patagonia (bark, ?m) bow, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Norwegian bark.
 

Item No. K10.00217.  Star of Holland (built 1885; bark, 3m) interior view of the Chinese quarters, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K10.00223.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) interior view of the Master's cabin, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Ex KAIULANI (built 1899; bark, 3m).
 

Item No. K10.00225.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) interior view of the Chinese galley, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Ex KAIULANI (built 1899; bark, 3m).
 

Item No. K10.00229.  Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) interior view of the Chinese quarters, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Ex KAIULANI (built 1899; bark, 3m).
 

Item No. K10.00268.  Illustration in a newspaper article of an artist's impression of the interior of a dive on the Barbary Coast, San Francisco, California, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (7 x 5 in.): p (7 x 5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Article titled: "Cesspools of Indecency on the Barbary Coast: Resorts Where the Most Degenerate Frequent and Hold High Revel."
Caption: North Side Variety House Which the Vicious Frequent
 

Item No. K10.00278.  Star of France (built 1877; ship, 3m) view looking aft in the saloon, undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (5 x 7 in.)
 

Item No. K10.00408.  Crowley No. 22 ? (built 1912; tugboat), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5 in.), n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K10.00442.  Fox (tugboat), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (3-1/2 x 4-1/2 in.), n (3-1/4 x 4 in.)
 

Item No. K10.00480.  Capital City (riverboat), undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4-1/4 x 5 in.), n (4-1/2 x 5-1/4 in.)
 

Item No. K10.00498.01.  Lancing (vessel type unidentified) engine room, 1933 May 16

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4-1/4 x 5-1/4 in.), n (4-1/4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K10.00498.02.  Lancing (vessel type unidentified) engine room, 1933 May 16

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5-1/4 in.), n (4-1/4 x 5-1/4 in.)
 

Item No. K10.00498.03.  Lancing (vessel type unidentified) engine room, 1933 May 16

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4-1/4 x 5 in.), n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K10.00498.04.  Lancing (vessel type unidentified) engine room, 1933 May 16

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4-1/4 x 5-1/4 in.), n (4-1/4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K10.00498.05.  Lancing (vessel type unidentified) engine room, 1933 May 16

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4-1/4 x 5-1/2 in.), n (4-1/4 x 5-1/4 in.)
 

Item No. K10.00498.06.  Lancing (vessel type unidentified) engine room, 1933 May 16

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (4 x 5 in.), n (4 x 5 in.)
 

Item No. K10.00530.01.  Matsonia (built 1913; passenger vessel) Master, undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (2-1/2 x 3-1/2 in.), n (2-1/2 x 3-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K10.00530.02.  Matsonia (built 1913; passenger vessel) Master, undated

Extent: 1 negative; 1 contact interpositive.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film; black-and-white contact interpositive, safety film., ps (2-1/2 x 3-1/2 in.), n (2-1/2 x 3-1/2 in.)
 

Item No. K10.00537.  Golden Gate (vessel type unidentified) figurehead seen in San Francisco, Calif., undated

Extent: 1 negative.
Physical Description: Black-and-white negative, safety film., n (7 x 5 in.): pl

Scope and Content Note

Copy of print from J. Porter Shaw collection.
 

Item No. K10.00649.  Indiana (built 1876; ship, 3m) medley of views, undated

Extent: 1 negative.