The San Francisco Maritime State Historic Park graphics records (SAFR 22252, HDC 1591) consist of 7 black-and-white photographs
and 4 pieces of paste-up graphics, all relating to a SFMSHP brochure from the early 1970's. The content pertains to displays
and activities at Hyde Street Pier. The artwork items include one original illustration in watercolor, color pencil and pen
and ink in black and gray tones on illustration board, undated and unsigned; two mechanical layouts with half-tone reproductions
of artwork, spaces for photographic images, and text overlay; and one mechanical layout of text for a title page.The watercolor
features the HERCULES and sailors. The photographs feature SFMSHP, Harry Dring, WAPAMA, C.A. THAYER, and EUREKA. This collection
is processed and available for use.
The San Francisco Maritime State Historic Park was established by an Act of the California State Legislature in 1956 and operated
as a State Park until 1977. The State operated Hyde Street Pier and the Haslett Warehouse. Vessels included C.A. THAYER, WAPAMA,
EUREKA, ALMA, and HERCULES.
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