This album of black and white prints was created by Rodger Bros., a firm engaged in boat building, repair, charter service,
and work with movie studios. The album contains pictures of sailing ships and yachts, including images of the ship used to
film Captain Blood (1935), the movie that propelled Errol Flynn to stardom. The album also includes photographs of a tin
mine in Santa Ana, the exterior of the South Seas Club, the Balboa Island ferry, and lumber ships.
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