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A guide to the James Rolph III photograph collection, 1912
P78-418a (SAFR 24837)  
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Item No. B09.35496.  Annie M. Reid (built 1892; bark, 4m) renaming ceremony, San Francisco Bay, California, 1912

Extent: 1 photograph.
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white silver-gelatin photographic prints mounted on board, 26-1/4 x 25-1/4 in., xx (26-1/4 x 25-1/4 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Renaming of HOWARD D. TROOP to ANNIE M. REID, owned by Hind, Rolph & Company. Medley of four views. The upper left image shows the vessel at anchor, view off the starboard bow. The lower left image shows a group of people handling flags on board the vessel. The upper right image shows flags while raising. The lower right image view shows a Annie M. Reid Rolph breaking a bottle on top of a bitt on board the vessel with Captain Durkee looking on.
Identified in the lower left image in the background, left to right are Shouck, Edward Rainey (secretary to Rolph), San Francisco Chief of Police Thomas P. Walsh, Captain W.T. Lewis, George Hind, James Rolph Jr., daughter Annette Rolph, Mrs. Durkee, and Captain Durkee. In the foreground, left to right are two unknown ship's boys, daughter Georgina Rolph, son James Rolph III, and wife Annie M. Reid Rolph.
See B09.35496.1 n for a copy negative made of the lower right image and B09.35496.2 n for a copy negative made of the lower left image.
Stored in Classified Collection.

Item No. B09.35496.01.  Annie M. Reid (built 1892; bark, 4m) renaming ceremony, San Francisco Bay, California, 1912

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

Scope and Content Note

View includes Captain Durkee and Annie M. Reid Rolph, wife of James Rolph, Jr., as she breaks a bottle on top of a bitt on board the vessel.
This is a copy negative made from the oversize print (see B09.35496 xx).
Stored in Classified Collection.

Item No. B09.35496.02.  Annie M. Reid (built 1892; bark, 4m) renaming ceremony, San Francisco Bay, California, 1912

Extent: 1 photograph.
Physical Description: 1 black-and-white negative, safety film, 5 x 6.5 in., n (5 x 6.5 in.)

Scope and Content Note

Fourteen men, women, and children are in view on the poop deck while raising flags. Rear, left to right: Shouck, Edward Rainey (secretary to Rolph), San Francisco Chief of Police Thomas P. Walsh, Captain W.T. Lewis, George Hind, James Rolph Jr., daughter Annette Rolph, Mrs. Durkee, and Captain Durkee. Foreground, left to right: unknown ship's boys, daughter Georgina Rolph, son James Rolph III, and wife Annie M. Reid Rolph.
This is a copy negative made from the oversize print (see B09.35496 xx).