The Maggie Baylis photograph of Queen Elizabeth (passenger liner) (P79-128, SAFR 14918) consists of the camera original black-and-white
2-1/2 x 2-1/2 in. safety negative, a black-and-white 5-3/4 x 4-1/2 in. copy negative, and a black-and-white 4 x 4 in. copy
print (on a 8 x 10 in. sheet) of the passenger liner
Queen Elizabeth at dock in San Francisco during World War II photographed by Maggie Baylis on March 13, 1942.
Maggie Baylis was a noted San Francisco landscape architect from the 1940s to 1971. After her husband's death, she began writing
and illustrating several books on gardening and landscaping, including House Plants for the Purple Thumb (1973) and appeared on radio and television. She died on December 10, 1997.
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