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Finding Aid to the Sadie (Built 1890; Schooner, 3M) Photographs, 1890-1929
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  • Summary

    Title: Sadie (built 1890; schooner, 3m) photographs,
    Date: 1890-1929
    Collection No: P05-006
    Creator: San Francisco Maritime Museum

    Extent: 3 items.
    Repository: San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park (Calif.)
    Historic Documents Department
    Building E, Fort Mason
    San Francisco, California 94123
    Abstract: This is a collection of 3 (8 x 10 in.) black-and-white photographic prints of the three-masted schooner SADIE, taken from her deck.
    Physical Location: Historic Documents Department
    Language: In English.

    Indexing Terms

    The following are indexing terms related to the description of this collection.
    Knowland, Joseph R. (Joseph Russell), 1873-1966

    Sadie (Built 1890; Schooner, 3M)

    Gardiner Mill Company (Gardiner, Or.)

    Photography of ships

    Lumber trade

    Information for Researchers

    Access Information

    This collection is open for research.

    Access Information

    Condition Restrictions

    There are no restrictions based on the condition of this material. However, you should be aware that access to collection material is always at the discretion of NPS curatorial staff if the condition warrants restricting the access and handling of the collection items at any time.

    Conditions of Use

    The San Francisco Maritime NHP possesses physical property rights through ownership of the materials. However, copyright may reside with the individual or corporate body responsible for the creation of the materials, or with their heirs. It is the user's responsibility to respect the provisions of the copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code). Permission to reproduce or publish from this collection must be secured by the user from the copyright holders.
    Preferred Citation
    [Item title or description including date]. Sadie (built 1890; schooner, 3m) photographs, P05-006. [Location within collection organization identified by container number, series number, file unit number, or item number]. Historic Documents Department, San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park.

    Processing/Project Information

    Processing and Cataloging
    Processed by Charles Miller and completed 3/2/2005.
    ANCS+ Catalog No. SAFR 20644.

    The collection is cataloged in the National Park Service (NPS) Automated National Catalog System (ANCS+). A portion of the ANCS+ catalog record can be viewed on the NPS Museum Collections on the Web Catalog by searching on the catalog number 20644 at http://www.museum.nps.gov/safr/page.htm. Do not include the acronym "SAFR" in the search.

    Administrative Information


    Historical Note

    The three-masted schooner SADIE was built at Fairhaven, Calif., by Bendixsen in 1890 for Joseph Knowland owner of the Gardiner Mill Company. She then was sold in 1916 to Geo. A. Moore & Company, who resold her in 1921 to Philippine owners. She was owned until 1929 in Cebu and Manila.
    Source: "Pacific Coast-Built Sailers, 1850-1905," by John Lyman.

    Custodial History

    The photographs were donated to the San Francisco Maritime Museum, date unknown. Golden Gate National Recreation Area acquired the collection from the Museum when it became a unit of GGNRA, and they were transferred to San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park under the blanket accession SAFR-00001.


    Accession number SAFR-00001.

    Administrative Information

    Scope and Content

    This is a collection of 3 (8 x 10 in.) black-and-white photographic prints of the three-masted schooner SADIE, taken from her deck.
    One photograph is looking towards her bow from approximately the wheel while she was in port, while the other two photographs were taken looking towards the stern, one while she was in port, the other at sea. The photographer is not identified.


    No arrangement.