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:209 Santa Rosa.

 

:210 S. S. Eureka .

 

:211 Santa Rosa.

 

:212 Santa Rosa.

 

:213 Valencia.

 

:214 [Steamer Valencia ?]

 

:215 [Steamer Valencia ?]

 

:216  State of California .

 

:217 Steamer Mexico .

 

:218 Queen of the Pacific. [Photograph by Rhea Bros.]

 

:219 State of California .

 

:220 [San Francisco & North Pacific Railway Co. Ferry Tiburon, and unidentified steamer.]

 

:221 City of Puebla , July 15, 1898.

 

:222 [Steamer Umatilla .]

 

:223 [Unidentified steamer.]

 

:224 Wilmington.

 

:225 Mexico.

 

:226 [Steamer Queen of the Pacific.]

 

:227 Wilmington.

 

:228 City of Topeka .

 

:229 City of Chester .

 

:230 City of Topeka .

 

:231 Senator.

 

:232 Bonita.

 

:233 Bonita.

 

:234 City of Topeka .

 

:235 [Unidentified steamer and paddle wheel ferry.]

 

:236 Breakwater.

 

:237 [Pacific Coast Steam Ship Co. President.]

 

:238 [Unidentified man aboard the President.]

 

:239 S. S. President

 

:240 [Steamer President .]

 

:241 Governor.

 

:242 S. S. Governor .

 

:243 [Steamer Governor .]

 

:244 Ruth Alexander . [Recto: Dorothy Alexander?]

 

:245 [Steamer H. F. Alexander.]

 

:246 H. F. Alexander , San Francisco.

 

:247 Str. Nanking

 

:248 [Unidentified steamer.]

 

:249 Nipponmaru. Pier 34 -- San Francisco, California.

 

:250 Sea Foam. Pier 38, San Francisco, California.

 

:251 Oakland harbor light.

 

:252 Webster Street, Oakland.

 

:253 3rd [i.e. Third] and Channel Sts., S.F.

 

:254 3rd [i.e. Third] and Channel Sts., San Francisco. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:255 [Third & Channel Sts. draw bridge, San Francisco. Tugboat Elizabeth.] [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:256 4th [i.e. Fourth] & Channel Sts., S.F. 1920

 

:257 Channel between 3rd [i.e. Third] and 4th [i.e. Fourth], 1920. [San Francisco.]

 

:258 Channel Street. [San Francisco.]

 

:259 Third & Channel St. Bridge. Largest ship through draw. Low tide, 7 a.m. [Steamer Moveria. March 7, 1928.]

 

:260 Channel St. east from 6th [i.e. Sixth] St.

 

:261 Channel St. west from 3rd [i.e. Third] St.

 

:262 [Railroad track and steamer. Unidentified location. Photocopy of photograph.]

 

:263 [Railroad track and steamer. Unidentified location. Photocopy of photograph.]

 

:264 [Railroad track and steamer. Unidentified location. Photocopy of photograph.]

 

:265 [Unidentified steamers at dock. San Francisco?]

 

:266 R. D. Chandler's Coal Bunkers, foot of Green Street, San Francisco, Cal.

 

:267 East Oakland, 12th [i.e. Twelfth] St. & 17th [i.e. Seventeenth] Ave.

 

:268 Blaisdell. [Scene of ships near harbor. Unidentified location.]

 

:269 Oakland. [Ferry steamer Melrose, right.]

 

:270 Oakland.

 

:271 Zealandia.

 

:272 [Steamer Zealandia .]

 

:273 [Ships in port. Unidentified location.]

 

:274 [Steamer Australia .]

 

:275 S. S. Australia

 

:276 Oceanic Steamship's Company's Steamers Mariposa, and Alameda. San Francisco, & Honolulu. [Reproduction of lithograph.]

 

:277 Mariposa.

 

:278 [Steamer.]

 

:279 Mariposa, pho. before 1889. Yards were, later, removed. [Duplicate of No. 32:281.]

 

:280 Mariposa. [Interior.]

 

:281 O.S.S. Co.'s Steamer Mariposa, 3150 tons, Commander, H. M. Hayward. Direct Mail Service between San Francisco, Honolulu, Auckland, and Sidney. [Duplicate of No. 32:279.]

 

:282 Alameda.

 

:283 O.S.S. Cos. Steamer Mariposa, Capt. Howard. [No. B505. Photograph by Taber.]

 

:284 [Steamer Alameda .]

 

:285 [Steamer Alameda .]

 

:286 S.S. Mariposa leaving San Francisco on her first voyage, as an oil burner, July 15, 1902. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:287 S.S. Mariposa leaving San Francisco on her first voyage, as an oil burner, July 15, 1902. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:288 [Steamer Ventura .]

 

:289 [Steamer Ventura .]

 

:290 [Steamer Ventura .]

 

:291 [Steamer Ventura .]

 

:292 [Steamer Sonoma .]

 

:293 S.S. Sonoma leaving for Panama, 4-25-1912.

 

:294 Trans Pacifio [i.e. Trans Pacific] steamship loading fuel oil. [ Enterprise.]

 

:295 Lurline II. [Reproduction of painting.]

 

:296 Wilhelmina.

 

:297 Maui.

 

:298 Str. Manukai . Crockett, CA. [No. D-8181. Photograph by Cheney.]

 

:299 Maui.

 

:300 Str. Wilhelmina .

 

:301 Steam Packet Nome City. Owners: Gray & Mitchell, San Francisco, Cal. Babcock & Wilcox Boilers, 700 indicated horse-power.

 

:302 S.S. Del Norte . Of S.F. Blt. at Tiburon, 1890.

 

:303 Roanoke.

 

:304 Breakwater .

 

:305 [ Oregon.]

 

:306 S.S. Rose City .

 

:307 Cabrillo.

 

:308 Cabrillo. [U.S. Army, F.S. 100.]

 

:309 Arrival of the Hermosa. Avalon, Catalina Island. [No. 349. Photo Pierce.]

 

:310 S.S. Admiral Nicholas.

 

:311 S.F. [State Cold Storage Plant, San Francisco.]

 

:312 [ Nevadan] San Diego, 1909. [Nevadan.]

 

:313 California .

 

:314 [ Catalina.]

 

:315 Iroquois.

 

:316 Yale.

 

:317 [Steamer.]

 

:318 Harvard.

 

:319 Yale. Harvard. San Pedro.

 

:320 [ Nevadan.]

 

:321 [ Virginian .]

 

:322 [ Arizonan.] [No. F-1039. Photograph by Cheney.]

 

:323 [ Nippon Maru .] [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:324 [ America Maru .]

 

:325 Taiyo Maru , at Hong Kong. IV.4.1922.

 

:326 Parismina. United Fruit Company.

 

:327 Heredia.

 

:328 United Fruit Company. [ Platano.]

 

:329 [ Tivives.]

 

:330 [ Morazan.] United Fruit Company.

 

:331 [ Morazan.]

 

:332 Str. Faith . [Actually, Mackinaw.]

 

:333 Faith, concrete steamer.

 

:334 Pilot (l), Palo Alto, and Sea Wolf (r). Palo Alto.

 

:335 Alameda. Pacifico.

 

:336 (L) Charlie Watson, Alameda; (R) Ozmo, S.F.

 

:337 Strathallan , Howard Terminal, Oakland

 

:338 Alden Anderson

 

:339 Alden Anderson

 

:340 Oleum. [Photograph by Roy D. Graves.]

 

:341 Argyll.

 

:342 Santa Paula , Alameda.

 

:343 Santa Paula . Wooden.

 

:344 George Loomis of S.F. 1st Pacific tanker.

 

:345 Union Oil Co.'s S.S. Whittier at San Pablo. [Photograph by Phelps.]

 

:346 [Deck of unidentified ship.]

 

:347 Newsboy.

 

:348 Rival of S.F.

 

:349 Coos Bay.

 

:350 Coos Bay of S.F. Built at Marshfield, Oreg., 1884. Owner, Pac. Coast S.S. [i.e. Pacific Coast Steam Ship] Co. I made trip S.F. to Monterey on her about 1905. [Duplicate of No. 32:203.]

 

:351 S.S. Northland .

 

:352 S.S. Signal . [At San Pedro.]

 

:353 Salinas of S.F. The 1st Goodall str. built at S.F., 1861. [Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:354 Coaster.

 

:355 Hanalei. [Duplicate of No. 32:361.]

 

:356 S.S. Iaqua .

 

:357 S.F. [Steamers in port, San Francisco.]

 

:358 National City .

 

:359 Acme.

 

:360 [Steamer Aberdeen in port]

 

:361 Steamer Hanale i. [Duplicate of No. 32:355.]

 

:362 Siskiyou. March 1938, Oakland Creek.

 

:363 S.S. Fort Bragg on trial trip

 

:364 Steamer Redwood . Burned off Eureka, Sept. 1939.

 

:365 S.S. Carmel .

 

:366 Whitesboro of S.F. Blt. at S.F., 1886.

 

:367 Helene.

 

:368 [Dock covered in snow. Post card.]

 

:369 Svea.

 

:370 [Elizabeth in dry dock. Duplicate of No. 32:377.]

 

:371a [ Santa Barbara in dry dock.]

 

:371b [ Casco.]

 

:372 [ Elizabeth .]

 

:373 L to R, Acme, May Fair.

 

:374 S.S. Bee. Crossing in over the Columbia River Bar. [Photograph by Woudgiela.]

 

:375 [Unidentified steamer in harbor.]

 

:376 [Unidentified steamer in dock.]

 

:377 [ Elizabeth in dry dock. Duplicate of No. 32:370.]

 

:378 [ Samoa of San Francisco.]

 

:379 [Steamer in dock]

 

:380 Tamalpais, Mar. 1931.

 

:381 Shasta II.

 

:382 Yellowstone .

 

:383 [Coquette Diver?]

 

:384 Daisy Freeman .

 

:385 Temple E. Dorr .

 

:386 Despatch.

 

:387 Pasadena of Wilmington, Cal.

 

:388 Siskiyou of S.F., Mar., 1938.

 

:389 Tiverton, ashore at Eureka, Cal.

 

:390 [ Martha Buehner .]

 

:391 Sts. Greenwood & Whitesboro. At Greenwood, California.

 

:392 S.S. Claremont .

 

:393 Wreck of Fifield , February 29, 1916.

 

:394 Eureka -- built at San Pedro. At Monterey, Cal. 190?

 

:395 Shasta, 1st.

 

:396 The new Bee . [Photograph by Phelps.]

 

:397 Jim Butler.

 

:398 Fort Bragg .

 

:399 Lakme. Olga [Sea of Japan?].

 

:400 Del Norte of S.F.

 

:401 Daisy Freeman .

 

:402 Bertie M. Hanlon of S.F., Ex. Marshfield. [March 29, 1919.]

 

:403 S.S. Newburg . [Photograph by Phelps.]

 

:404 Rosalalie Mahoney , Alameda.

 

:405 Unloading lumber. Richmond, Cal. [ Vanguard, of San Francisco.]

 

:406 Vanguard at Santa Fe, Point Richmond. Santa Fe Docks, and Ferry Slip.

 

:407 [Fulton.]

 

:408 [ Olson &. Mahony.]

 

:409 Hardy.

 

:410 [Unidentified steamer in dry dock.]

 

:411 Lakme.

 

:412 Lakme.

 

:413 [Unidentified steamer on the water.]

 

:414 Chehalis.

 

:415 [ Fort Bragg in dry dock]

 

:416 Point Arena .

 

:417 Noyo - Ex. Griffdu.

 

:418 Rival of San Francisco, built at San Francisco, 1888.

 

:419 S.S. George W. Fenwick at San Pedro.

 

:420 Hornet.

 

:421 Willie A. Higgens , Alameda.

 

:422 Westport.

 

:423 Luella. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:424 [Unidentified steamer in dock.]

 

:425 Chehalis.

 

:426 Elizabeth, Virginian, Samoa.

 

:427 S.F. [ Olson & Mahony, San Francisco.]

 

:428 Crescent City .

 

:429 The Channel near Fourth St., San Francisco, Cal. Ca. 1907. [Photo Weidner.]

 

:430 S.S. Yellowstone .

 

:431 Redwood.

 

:432 [ Karen Olson .]

 

:433 Elizabeth of S.F.

 

:434 [Unidentified steamer on water.]

 

:435 Channel St., S.F. [ Solano, San Francisco.]

 

:436 Channel St., S.F. [ Anna Schafer, San Francisco.]

 

:437 Channel St., S.F. [ Anna Schafer, San Francisco.]

 

:438 Channel St., S.F.

 

:439 [ San Antonio .]

 

:440 [ San Antonio .]

 

:441 [Steamer Barbara Olson in dock.]

 

:442 Islais Creek [San Francisco], June 1931. [T. Wurm.]

 

:443 Annette Rolph , double end wooden steamer -- 3 gears -- (two decks).

 

:444 [ Rolando.]

 

:445 [ Rolando, of Coos Bay.]

 

:446 [ Coos Bay.]

 

:447 [ Coos Bay of Coos Bay, Oregon.]

 

:448 [Unidentified steamer on water.]

 

:449 Italian.

 

:450 The Temeraire . [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:451 Calliope, Orlando. At Sydney [Australia].

 

:452 H.M.S. Calliope leaving Sydney, Australia and passing H.M.S. Orlando The Calliope is going back to England to be paid off.

 

:453 Protet. French. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:454 Br. [i.e. British] Egeria. Man of War.

 

:455 H.B.M. Cruiser Warspite. San Francisco Bay, Nov. 15, 1890. [No. 5356. Photograph by Taber.]

 

:456 Deutschland .

 

:457 H.M.S. Orion .

 

:458 H.M.S. Dianne .

 

:459 [Ship and boats on water.]

 

:460 [U.S. Army Transport Hancock.]

 

:461 [U.S. Army Transport Hancock.] [Duplicate of No. 32:469.]

 

:462 U.S.A.T. [i.e. U.S. Army Transport] Hancock.

 

:463 [U.S. Army Transport Grant.]

 

:464 [U.S. Army Transport Sheridan.]

 

:465 [U.S. Army Transport ship.]

 

:466 [U.S. Army Transport Sherman.]

 

:467 Dix.

 

:468 [U.S. Army Transport] Thomas.

 

:469 [U.S. Army Transport Hancock.] [Duplicate of No. 32:461.]

 

:470 [U.S. Army Transport] Sherman.

 

:471 [U.S. Army Transport Sheridan.]

 

:472 [U.S. Army Transport Thomas.]

 

:473 [U.S. Army Transport Thomas.]

 

:474 [U.S. Army Transport] Sherman. Slocum.

 

:475 [U.S. Army Transport Sheridan.] S.F. Bay, Calif. [From collection of Martin Behrman.]

 

:476 [U.S. Army Transport Logan.]

 

:477 [U.S. Army Transport Sherman?]

 

:478 [U.S. Army transport Meade.]

 

:479 [U.S. Army Transport Thomas.]

 

:480 [Unidentified ship on water.]

 

:481 General Mifflin .

 

:482 [ Slocum.]

 

:483 [ Slocum?]

 

:484 United States Army Transport Service. [Slocum.]

 

:485 [Unidentified ship on water.]

 

:486 Albatros [?]

 

:487 M. Dowell [i.e. General McDowell?].

 

:488 [Sailing ships and steamer on water, San Francisco Bay.]

 

:489 El Aquador. 1946. [Ted Wurm.]

 

:490 [ General Frank M. Coxe. Excursion steamship.]

 

:491 Angel Island .

 

:492 U.S.R.S. Hartley .

 

:493 [Unidentified ship on water, Pier Number 5.]

 

:494 U.S. Str. Gen . [i.e. General] McDowell, S.F., Jul. 4, 1898. [Copyright 1920 by Louis Slevin.]

 

:495 Gen'l [i.e. General] Alexander.

 

:496 El Equador, water carrier for Alcatraz and Angel Islands. [Photograph by Ted Wurm.]

 

:497 [Unidentified ships on water.]

 

:498 City of Peking .

 

:499 Docking [U.S. Army] Transport Sheridan.

 

:500 Manzonata.

 

:501 Sequoia.

 

:502 [Relief ship.]

 

:503 [Unidentified steamer.]

 

:504 [Unidentified ship. Near San Francisco?]

 

:505 Armeria.

 

:506 Yerba Buena Island, 1907.

 

:507 [Kanak] of San Francisco, owned by Alaska Pkrs. 234 gross tons, 121 net. Length 110. Blt. 1913.

 

:508 Alameda. [Shipyard. Kanak, left.] [No. K-714. Photograph by Cheney & Bird.]

 

:509 Alaska Packers Co., Alameda. [Aletak?] [No. F-1033. Photograph by Cheney.]

 

:510 Alameda. [Shipyard. Kanak, right. Kadiak (?), left.]

 

:511 Hay & Wright shipyard, Alameda. [Philippine.]

 

:512 San Jose.

 

:513 Untitled. [Unidentified shipyard. Alameda?]

 

:514 The barge Sotoyome , launched at Albion, December 6th, 1904. [Photograph by Fitch.]

 

:515 [Unidentified ship. Washington? Post card.]

 

:516 Hoquimi [i.e. Hoquiam], Washington. Columbia River. [Post card.]

 

:517 [Unidentified ship. Washington? Post card.]

 

:518 [Unidentified shipyard. Washington? Post card.]

 

:519 [Unidentified shipyard. Washington? Post card.]

 

:520 Idaho. [Post card.]

 

:521 Santiam [Oregon]. [Post card.]

 

:522 Holquimi [i.e. Hoquiam], Wash. [i.e. Washington]. [Post card.]

 

:523 Ida. Ore. [i.e. Idaho. Oregon.] [Post card.]

 

:524 Phyllis. Hoquiami [i.e. Hoquiam, Washington]. [Post card.]

 

:525 [Shipyard, unidentified location. Post card.]

 

:526 Holquiami [i.e. Hoquiam, Washington]. Phyllis. [Post card.]

 

:527 [Dry dock. Oakland.]

 

:528 Brooklyn Basin, Oakland Harbor. Concrete wharf.

 

:529 [Docks, unidentified location.]

 

:530 Queen (L), Star of Italy, Maverick.

 

:531 Dry dock, Oakland Harbor.

 

:532 [Union Iron Works Company?]

 

:533 [Dock scene, unidentified location.]

 

:534 [Dock and shipyard. Alameda?]

 

:535 Ship building yards, Union Iron Works, South San Francisco, California. [On same print as No. 32:536.]

 

:536 Sausalito, San Pablo. [On same print as No. 32:535.]

 

:537 Gifford. Mussel Rock. Sep. 27, 1903.

 

:538 Reporter, south of Cliff House, S.F., Mar. 16, 1908. [Wreck scene.]

 

:539 Wreck of the ship Paul Jones, Fort Point [San Francisco].

 

:540 Wreck of the ship Paul Jones, Fort Point [San Francisco].

 

:541 P.M.S.S. [i.e. Pacific Mail Steam Ship] Co. [ship name illegible].

 

:542  Alaska wrecked. [Caption on print: Wreck of the Viccata, San Francisco.]

 

:543 Str. Wateree , washed two miles inland by tidal wave, Peru, 1868.

 

:544 Steamer Alaska . L.S.S. [i.e. Louis S. Slevin, collector].

 

:545 Str. St. Paul , stranded near Point Pinos Lighthouse. August 8th, 1896, at night, 15 minutes past 11 O'clock, Monterey, Cal.

 

:546 La Feliz, nr. Santa Cruz, Cal. [Wreck scene.]

 

:547 Str. Sea Foam , Pt. Arena, Cal. [Duplicate of No. 32:557.]

 

:548 Progreso. At S.F. [Photograph by W.E. Worden.]

 

:549 S.S. Alameda on rocks, Fort Point, Presidio [San Francisco].

 

:550 Sinking of Czarina. [Copyright 1910 by A.M. Prentiss.]

 

:551 [Sinking steamer. Frank H. Buck? Cf. No. 32:553.]

 

:552 [ Melrose.] At Whites Point, San Pedro, Cal.

 

:553 Frank H. Buck . Wreck at Seal Rocks, Land's End [San Francisco]. March 1937.

 

:554 Lyman Stewart . [Wrecked, at San Francisco.]

 

:555 Corona wreck. Str. Eureka in dist.

 

:556 S.S. Corona , wrecked at Humboldt Bar, Mar. 1, 1907.

 

:55 7 Pt. Arena Harbor. Some harbor! Don't know the date. [Steamer Sea Foam. Duplicate of No. 32:547.]

 

:558 S.S. Santa Rosa , wrecked near Point Arguello, Cal., July 7, 1911. [Photograph by Aston.]

 

:559 Santa Rosa, Honda, Cal., 1911.

 

:560 Pacific Mail Steamer Acapulco sunk alongside dock at San Francisco. 1913. Barge Catalina alongside.

 

:561 Ohioan.

 

:562 Ohioan.

 

:563 Airplane view of S.S. Harvard on rocks at Point Arguello, May 30, 1931.

 

:564 Tamiahua.

 

:565 Str. J. B. Stetson ashore, Cypress Pt., Sep. 3, 1934.

 

:566 Gipsy, Monterey, Cal., Sep. 1905.

 

:567 Str. Gipsy of S.F., Monterey, Cal., Sep. 28, 1905.

 

:568 City of New York, Point Bonita.

 

:569 Wreck of steamship Union on the coast of Lower California, July 5th, 1851. [Reproduction of lithograph.]

 

:570 [Unidentified sailing ship.]

 

:571 Schooner Neptune , south of Cliff House [San Francisco], 1900. L.S.S. [i.e. Louis S. Slevin, collector].

Volume 33.

Subseries 2: San Francisco Bay Boats. ca. 1856-ca. 1959

Physical Description: 480 Photographs.
 

Volume 33: San Francisco Bay -- River Boats, Tug Boats, Scows

 

:1 [Ferry steamer Antelope .]

 

:2 [Ferry steamer Paul Pry.]

 

:3 Chrysopolis, Washoe.

 

:4 [Ferry steamer Chrysopolis.]

 

:5 [Ferry steamer Chrysopolis.]

 

:6 [Ferry steamer Antelope.]

 

:7 Grain elevator, South Vallejo. Mare Island in the distance. [Ferry steamer Sacramento at dock.]

 

:8 [Ferry steamer New World.]

 

:9 [Interior, unidentified ferry.]

 

:10 [Ferry steamer New World.]

 

:11 From Vallejo to San Francisco. [Ferry steamer New World.] [Photograph by Oliver Denny.]

 

:12 C.P. [i.e. Central Pacific Railroad] Depot. Foot "J" St., Sacramento, 1869.

 

:13 [Unidentified ferry steamer.]

 

:14 [Dock scene. Tug boats and ferry steamers.]

 

:15 [Ferry steamer Helen Hensley.]

 

:16 Sacramento, Calif. 1879. [Ferry steamer Yosemite.] [From collection of Martin Behrman.]

 

:17 [Ferry steamers in dock. Paul Pry, center.]

 

:18 [F.S. Amador ] Length on deck, 212 feet.; width of beam, 38 ft. 6 in.; length of hold 11 ft.; tonnage, 896 60/100; stroke, 7 feet; cylinder 25 inches. [Reproduction of lithograph by Joseph Lee. 1869.]

 

:19 [Ferry steamer Yosemite.]

 

:20 [Ferry steamer Helen Hensley.]

 

:21 [Ferry steamer Capital.]

 

:22 [Ferry steamer Julia.]

 

:23 Steamer Julia at the Levee, Stockton, San Joaquin County.

 

:24 [Ferry steamer Julia.]

 

:25 [Ferry steamer Julia.]

 

:26 [Ferry steamer Julia.]

 

:27 [Ferry steamer Julia.]

 

:28 [Unidentified ferry steamer.]

 

:29 [Ferry steamer Antelope.]

 

:30 View from the elevator, South Vallejo. [Ferry steamer Sacramento.]

 

:31 [View of harbor, with ferry steamer, left. San Francisco?]

 

:32 [Ferry steamer Sacramento.]

 

:33 [Harbor scene. San Francisco?] [Reproduction of lithograph.]

 

:34 [Dock scene. Ferry steamer Chrysopolis at right?]

 

:35 [Dock scene, with ferry steamers.]

 

:36 Ferry Boats. 1870. [T.E. Hecht.]

 

:37 [Ferry steamer Chrysopolis.]

 

:38 Broadway Wharf, 1865. S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] Co. [Ferry steamer Yosemite.]

 

:39 [Ferry steamer Amelia. San Francisco.]

 

:40 Ferry boat Yosemite. From the collection of the Society of California Pioneers.

 

:41 Steamer Capital , upper cabin.

 

:42 [Ferry steamer Capital.]

 

:43 [Ferry steamer Capital.]

 

:44 At Sacramento, Cal., 1869. [Ferry steamer Chrysopolis.] [From collection of Martin Behrman.]

 

:45 "River View." Ranch and res. of Joseph Girdner, Sutter Co., California. [Pictures ferry steamer Gov. Dana.] [Reproduction of lithograph by C.L. Smith & Co.]

 

:46 Governor Dana . [Reproduction of painting.]

 

:47 Sacramento in 1855 [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source. Pictures steamers Confidence, Queen City, and New World.]

 

:48 [Advertisement for California Steam Navigation Comapny. Reproduced from undentified print source.]

 

:49 [Advertisement for California Steam Navigation Comapny. Reproduced from undentified print source.]

 

:50 [Advertisement for California Steam Navigation Comapny. Reproduced from undentified print source.]

 

:51 [Advertisement for S.M. Whipple. Reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:52 [Ferry steamer Capital.]

 

:53 [People on pier, ship at dock.]

 

:54 Cunningham Wharf, S.F. [i.e. San Francisco], 1856. [Reproduction of lithograph picturing ferry steamers Senator and New World.] [From collection of Martin Behrman.]

 

:55 [Ferry steamer Amelia.]

 

:56 [Ferry steamer Yosemite.] [Photograph by R. Maynard.]

 

:57 S.S. Yosemite . Victoria, B.C. [i.e. British Columbia].

 

:58 Steamer Yosemite . Vancouver. [Photograph by Wm. Notman & Son.]

 

:59 S.S. Yosemite arriving in Victoria, B.C. [i.e. British Columbia].

 

:60 [ Yosemite. Seattle?]

 

:61 S.S. Yosemite at Vancouver, B.C. [i.e. British Columbia]. 1898.

 

:62 Broadway wharf, San Francisco. [Ferry steamer Yosemite.]

 

:63 [View of piers, with ferry boats. San Francisco.]

 

:64] [Pier scene with departing ferry boat. San Francisco?]

 

:65 [Jacinto.]

 

:66 [ City of Stockton (left) and Herald. Unidentified dock.]

 

:67 [River boat Flora.]

 

:68 [River boat Hoi Ping.]

 

:69 [River boat Dover.]

 

:70 [Unidentified ferry steamer.]

 

:71 [River boat Columbia. Unidentified dock.]

 

:72 [Ferry steamers Dauntless and Captain Weber.]

 

:73 [Ferry steamer Constance.]

 

:74 [Ferry steamers Sonoma (center) and Constance (right).]

 

:75 [River boat San Joaquin No. 2 and Jacinto at dock.]

 

:76 [River boat Chisso.]

 

:77 [River boat San Joaquin No. 3]

 

:78 Clara Crow .

 

:79 [ San Joaquin #4 and San Joaquin #2.]

 

:80 [ San Joaquin ] #4 and [ San Joaquin ] #2.

 

:81 Sacramento. [Dock scene.]

 

:82 Sacramento. [Dock scene.]

 

:83 [River boat T. C. Walker.]

 

:84 [River boat Modoc.]

 

:85 [River boat Apache.]

 

:86 [River boat T. C. Walker.]

 

:87 [River boat Isleton.]

 

:88 [Unidentified river boat.]

 

:89 [River boat Relief.]

 

:90 [River boat Acme.]

 

:91 [River boat J. R. McDonald.]

 

:92 [River boat Pioneer.]

 

:93 [ J. D. Peters .]

 

:94 [River boat Fort Sutter.]

 

:95 [River boat Fort Sutter.]

 

:96 [River boat Capital City.]

 

:97 [River boats Delta Queen and Port of Stockton.]

 

:98 [River boat Delta Queen of San Francisco.]

 

:99 [River boat Isleton.]

 

:100 [River boat River Queen.]

 

:101 [ Leader.]

 

:102 [ Captain Weber ]

 

:103 [Unidentified river boat.]

 

:104 [River boats T. C. Walker, Pride of Paducah, and Claremore Queen.]

 

:105 [River boats Pride of Paducah and Cherokee.]

 

:106 [River boat Napa City

 

:107 [River boat Victory.]

 

:108 [Unidentified river boat.]

 

:109 [River boat Alviso.]

 

:110 [River boat Mary Garratt.]

 

:111 California Steam Navigation Co.'s steamer Mary Garratt of S.F. Built at Stockton 1878. 1886. [Reproduction of lithograph.]

 

:112 [Unidentified steamer. San Francisco.] [Duplicate of No. 33:114.]

 

:113 [Unidentified steamer.]

 

:114 [Unidentified steamer. San Francisco.] [Duplicate of No. 33: 112.]

 

:115 T. C. Walker .

 

:116 T. C. Walker .

 

:117 [ T. C. Walker .]

 

:118 [ T. C. Walker .]

 

:119 [ Pride of the River.]

 

:120 View north from ferry tower, [San Francisco]. Ca. 1915. Steamers, (from Ferry): J. D. Peters; Napa City; Gold; Capitol City; Onisbo; Apache; Yale or Harvard; Queen; Evans or Buckman; City of Topeka; Santa Rosa; four-mast steamer (unknown).

 

:121 [Stockton, along San Joaquin River.]

 

:122 Mary Garrett, Bills Ferry (Bg.), J. D. Peters. [Stockton, along San Joaquin River.]

 

:123 T. C. Walker . H.E. Wright. [San Joaquin River, Stockton.]

 

:124 Stockton, Cal., 1930.

 

:125 Str. Cherokee , Sacramento.

 

:126 Sacramento, California. Str. Jacinto.

 

:127 Str. Colusa , Str. Valletta. Sacramento River.

 

:128 Shipping New Potatoes, Sacramento River. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:129 [Stockton, along San Joaquin River.]

 

:130 J. D. Peters, Mary Garrett. Stockton Slough, ca. 1898. [M. Blaisdell.]

 

:131 Stockton Slough.

 

:132 Capt. Weber. Fort Bragg. [Stockton, along San Joaquin River.]

 

:133 Alvira, later a ferry boat.

 

:134 Alvira, converted from a river boat for the Davie Ferry to Oakland.

 

:135 [Unidentified river boat at dock.]

 

:136 Harriet. Ceres .

 

:137 [Unidentified river boat at dock.]

 

:138 Zinfandel at Alviso.

 

:139 [River boat at St. Helena.]

 

:140 [River boat Juliette.]

 

:141 [River boat St. Helena.]

 

:142 [River boat Herald.]

 

:143 Sunol. [Ferrying California Camera Club.]

 

:144 [ Herald. Ferry Building in background. San Francisco.]

 

:145 Valletta.

 

:146 Valletta.

 

:147 Valletta, near Colusa. [M. Blaisdell.]

 

:148 Valletta, Colusa drawbridge. [M. Blaisdell.]

 

:149 Valletta near Colusa. Sutter Buttes in distance. [M. Blaisdell.]

 

:150 Valletta, near Colusa. [M. Blaisdell.]

 

:151 Valletta, Colusa drawbridge. [M. Blaisdell.]

 

:l52 Valletta.

 

:153 Zinfandel. Loading. Napa Cal.

 

:154 Zinfandel at Alviso. In 90s [i.e. 1890s].

 

:155 S.F. [i.e. San Francisco]. [ Hercules.]

 

:156 Caroline.

 

:157 J. D. Peters . S.F. [i.e. San Francisco].

 

:158 Leader.

 

:159 At S.F. about 1898. [Herald]

 

:160 [ Napa City.]

 

:161 [ Captain Weber .]

 

:162 [River boat Leader.]

 

:163 [River boats Jacinto and Flora. With dredge.]

 

:164 Fruto. S.F. [i.e. San Francisco] Bay.

 

:165 [Steamer Navajo .]

 

:166 [Unidentified steamer.]

 

:167 [River boat Colusa.]

 

:168 Aurora, S.F. [i.e. San Francisco].

 

:169 River steamer Cherokee.

 

:170 Reform in midl., Pride of the River in back. Aurora at right. [San Francisco.]

 

:171 [Ferry steamer Seminole.]

 

:172 [Unidentified ferry steamer.]

 

:173 Grace Barton . S.F. [i.e. San Francisco]. June 27, 1898.

 

:174 [Ferry steamer Grace Barton.]

 

:175 At Discharge Camp Wharf - the steamer Grace Barton about to return to Alcatraz Island with military prisoners, after a day's work in the quarry.

 

:176 A stern wheeler on the river. Str. Varuna. [Ted Wurm.]

 

:177 Caroline.

 

:178 [Steamer Hercules .]

 

:179 [Steamer Caroline .]

 

:180 [Steamer Portrero .]

 

:181 [Steamer Monarch .]

 

:182 [Steamer Caroline .]

 

:183 Portrero.

 

:184 [ Pyramid, of the California Salt Company.]

 

:185 [ Pyramid, of the California Salt Company.]

 

:186 St. Helena.

 

:187 Port San Jose, where rail and water meet. Much of the valley's produce is shipped from this port. [Steamer Alviso.]

 

:188 Steamer Pyramid . At Salt Works. California Landing.

 

:189 Sunol. [Of W.P. Fuller & Co.]

 

:190 [Steamer Dimond .]

 

:191 Weitchpec.

 

:192 [Steamer Sentinel .]

 

:193 [River boat San Joaquin.]

 

:194 San Joaquin No. 4, Carquinez Strait opposite Crockett. 1925.

 

:195 [Unidentified river steamer.]

 

:196 [Unidentified river steamer with barge.]

 

:197 [Steamer Francis .]

 

:198 [Steamer Constance .]

 

:199 [Steamer Gold .]

 

:200 [Unidentified landscape, with steamer on river.]

 

:201 [Unidentified steamer at dock.]

 

:202 [Steamer Gold , left.]

 

:203 [Steamer Gold .]

 

:204 S.F. [i.e. San Francisco] Hay Association's Picnic, Pt. Pedro, May 1, 1901.

 

:205 Steamer Sonoma , loading milk at Bouldin Island. S.C.P. [i.e. Society of California Pioneers].

 

:206 Sonoma (original).

 

:207 Sonoma.

 

:208 Mannion. [Steamer Gold.]

 

:209 Gold.

 

:210 Gold.

 

:211 Str. Gold. At McNears Point.

 

:212 Gold.

 

:213 [ Gold.]

 

:214 [Unidentified steamer in dock.]

 

:215 [Steamer Petaluma .]

 

:216 [Steamer Petaluma .]

 

:217 Sacramento Transportation Co. Steamer. All barges and steamers in picture caught fire and burnt, leaving nothing.

 

:218 Apache.

 

:219 [Steamer Gold .]

 

:220 [Steamer Cherokee .] [Postcard.]

 

:221 [Steamer Isleton .]

 

:222 [Steamer Isleton .]

 

:223 [Steamer Onisbo .]

 

:224 California's Island Harbor, Stockton, Calif. [Steamer Isleton.]

 

:225 [Steamer Aurora .]

 

:226 Pride of the River.

 

:227 Capt. Weber .

 

:228 T. C. Walker .

 

:229 T. C. Walker .

 

:230 T. C. Walker .

 

:231 Leader.

 

:232 Onisbo.

 

:233 Reform.

 

:234 Colusa.

 

:235 Capt. Weber . [Ted Wurm.]

 

:236 Captain Weber .

 

:237 [Steamer Constance .]

 

:238 Portrero.

 

:239 Sacramento.

 

:240 Isleton.

 

:241 Isleton.

 

:242 Leader.

 

:243 J. D. Peters .

 

:244 [Steamer Captain Weber.]

 

:245 [Steamer T. C. Walker.]

 

:246 [Steamer Navajo .]

 

:247 [Steamer Apache .]

 

:248 Navajo.

 

:249 [Steamer Navajo . Group portrait of ship's crew.]

 

:250 [Passengers on upper deck of Navajo.]

 

:251 [Passengers aboard unidentified ferry.]

 

:252 Modoc.

 

:253 Navajo.

 

:254 Seminole.

 

:255 Cherokee.

 

:256 Modoc.

 

:257 Apache.

 

:258 Rio Vista. [Steamer Navajo.]

 

:259 Seminole.

 

:260 Seminole.

 

:261 Iroquois.

 

:262 The southern and eastern portions of Solano County border on navigable streams affording excellent transportation facilities. Steamer Navajo. S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] Co.

 

:263 [Unidentified steamer.]

 

:264 [Ferry steamer Apache.]

 

:265 Pride of the River , Chamber of Commerce excursion. [1908?]

 

:266 [Ferry steamer Apache.]

 

:267 [ J. D. Peters .] [Photograph by Gross.]

 

:268 City of Stockton . U.S.R.S. Hadley. [Photograph by Gibbs?]

 

:269 Str. Dover. Sacramento R.

 

:270 Steamer laden with potatoes, Mokelumne River. Str. Aurora.

 

:271 River steamer Capitol [i.e. Capital] City.

 

:272 Schultz, Robertson & Schultz Shipyard. San Francisco. Building Capital City.

 

:273 Launch of the Fort Sutter. Schulz, Robertson & Schultz Yard. San Francisco.

 

:274 Launching of the Fort Sutter, San Francisco. [Collection of E.R. Mohr.]

 

:275 [Model of steamer Fort Sutter.]

 

:276 [Ferry steamer Fort Sutter.]

 

:277 [Ferry steamer Capital City.]

 

:278 [Steamer Delta King.]

 

:279 [Steamer Delta Queen.]

 

:280 [Steamer Delta King.]

 

:281 [Ferry steamer Delta Queen.]

 

:282 [Ferry steamer Delta King.]

 

:283 [Ferry steamer Delta Queen.]

 

:284 S.S. Crockett.

 

:285 Dauntless.

 

:286 [Unidentified steamer. San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge in background.]

 

:287 Crockett. Ex H.J. Corcoran.

 

:288 [Unidentified steamer.]

 

:289 [Unidentified steamer.]

 

:290 [Unidentified steamer.]

 

:291 S.S. Crockett .

 

:292 Dauntless.

 

:293 Moon's Ferry , as seen from west side of Sacramento River, Sutter Co., Cal. [Reproduction of lithogrpah by C.L. Smith & Co.]

 

:294 Steamer Landing, Red Bluff, Cal.

 

:295 [River ferry, unidentified location.]

 

:296 Princeton Ferry , Sacramento River, Sept. 1967.

 

:297 [Ferry Montorio?]

 

:298 Tug Goliah, Long Bridge, Mission Bay, 1870's.

 

:299 Neptune.

 

:300 [Tug Frolic .]

 

:301 Tug Hercules . Built in San Francisco in 1878 From a painting by Jos. [i.e. Joseph] Lee. S.C.P. [i.e. Society of California Pioneers].

 

:302 Tug Tiger. Built in San Francisco in 1875. Merle Lincoln.

 

:303 Crew of tug Tiger. 1907. Standing: Louis Langren, Captain; Dave Hartsough, Eng.; Merle Lincoln, Fireman; Jack Flannigan & Billy Beyer, Deckhands.

 

:304 Tug Tiger towing rock barge at McNear's Point.

 

:305 Neptune.

 

:306 Tug Tiger. Towing North Pacific Coast Railroad car float. Ca. 1890.

 

:307 Oakland Estuary. Tug Tiger (right).

 

:308 The "new" Fearless at S.F. [i.e. San Francisco].

 

:309 Red Stack, S.F. [i.e. San Francisco], July 26, 1939

 

:310 [Unidentified tug.]

 

:311 Capt. sends this picture to Roy. [Unidentified tug.]

 

:312 Water Nymph of S.F. No doubt here!

 

:313 [Tug D.C. Perkins .?]

 

:314 [Tug Governor Irwin.]

 

:315 Gov. Markham -- S.F. [i.e. San Francisco]. 1898.

 

:316 Pilot.

 

:317 U. S. Tug Gen'l Mifflin.

 

:318 [Tug boats at dock. Sea Rover, left. Rescue, right.]

 

:319 S.F. in 90's [i.e. 1890's]. Think launch of Fr. [i.e. French] Warship Protet.

 

:320 [Ferry steamer Piedmont.]

 

:321 Henrietta, fish tug.

 

:322 [Tug Kanak.]

 

:323 [Tug Redondo .]

 

:324 [Bay scene, unidentified location. Tugs at right.]

 

:325 [Tug Sea King .]

 

:326 Relief, Intrepid, Pilot, Reliance, Restless.

 

:327 [ Sea Rover.]

 

:328 Tugs Hercules and Goliah at Dialogue Yards, New Jersey. Ready to sail to San Francisco via South America. 1905. [From collection of E.R. Mohr.]

 

:329 [Tug Hercules .]

 

:330 [Tug Hercules .]

 

:331 [Tug Reliance .]

 

:332 [Tug Reliance .]

 

:333 Tug Kliyam [towing steamer]. Bandon, Oregon.

 

:334 [Tug Sea Lion , in dry dock.]

 

:335 [Tug Sea Lion .]

 

:336 Storm King, Pilot, Relief.

 

:337 [Tug Storm King .]

 

:338 Tug Relief at Eureka, Cal. Jas. [i.e. James] Rolph, Jr. Co. [T. Wurm.]

 

:339 [Tug Rustler , Bay & Ocean Towing Co.]

 

:340 [Tug Defiance .]

 

:341 [Tug Defiance ?]

 

:342 [Unidentified tug boat.]

 

:343 Killer boat Gleaner, delivering 70 ton finback whale to Eurkea whaling station.

 

:344 [Number not used]

 

:345 [Killing boat Gleaner.]

 

:346 Rockaway, S.F. Jun. 2, 1898. [Copyright 1920 by Louis Slevin.]

 

:347 Tug boat Eleu , San Francisco, 1905. Ex Alert.

 

:348 [Tug Sea Rover .]

 

:349 [Tug Sea Rover .]

 

:350 Lumber Wharf, San Pedro. [Tug Sea Witch.]

 

:351 [Tug Vigilant .]

 

:352 [Tug Sea Lion .]

 

:353 Tug Creole. Last Red Stack steam tug, 1943. [From collection of E.R. Mohr.]

 

:354 Tug Creole. Last Red Stack steam tug, 1943. [From collection of E.R. Mohr.]

 

:355 [Tug Sea King .]

 

:356 [Tug Sea Lark .]

 

:357 M/S San Francisco, tug Alert, at San Francisco.

 

:358 [Tug Fearless .]

 

:359 [Tug Hercules . San Francisco.]

 

:360 [ Sea Fox (left). San Francisco.]

 

:361 Log raft, S.F. [i.e. San Francisco] Bay.

 

:362 [Ships on water.]

 

:363 [Ship Conqueror and tugs Relief and Ranger.]

 

:364 Sea Queen. S.F. [i.e. San Francisco], 1959. [From collection of E.R. Mohr.]

 

:365 [Tug Neptune .]

 

:366 [Tug Fox.]

 

:367 Str. Humboldt . Humboldt Bay.

 

:368 [Tug Sea Fox .]

 

:369 [Tug Sea Queen .]

 

:370 Sea Prince.

 

:371 Sea Queen.

 

:372 [ Sea Lark.]

 

:373 Sea Horse.

 

:374 Sea Horse.

 

:375 [Bridge construction scene. San Francisco Bay?]

 

:376 [ Tug Ajax.]

 

:377 Dumbarton. [ Tug Ajax.]

 

:378 John F. Craig .

 

:379 John F. Craig .

 

:380 John F. Craig .

 

:381 John F. Craig .

 

:382 Pier 39. S.F. [i.e. San Francisco]. 1959. Sea Witch, Sea Lark, Sea King. [From collection of E.R. Mohr.]

 

:383 Sea Prince. S.F. [i.e. San Francisco], 1959.

 

:384 Tug Sea Lion , 1919. [From collection of E.R. Mohr.]

 

:385 Sea Scout. Noorgard 90-footer. San Francisco, 1959. 1500 h.p. G.M. diesel.

 

:386 Millen Griffith of N.Y. [Postcard from Louis Slevin to Roy Graves. 1934.]

 

:387 Reliance, July 3, 1898, S.F. [i.e. San Francisco]. Jul. 3. 1898. [Copyright 1920 by Louis Slevin.]

 

:388 [ Tug Rescue .]

 

:389 Ida W., S.F. [i.e. San Francisco], 1898. [From collection of Louis S. Slevin.]

 

:390 [Tug Arab's .]

 

:391 Standard No.1 .

 

:392 [Tug Arab's in dry dock.]

 

:393 [Tug Collis , and Steamer Oregon.]

 

:394 [Tug Tatoosh in dry dock.]

 

:395 [Tug Sea King .]

 

:396 [Tug Despatch No. 2.]

 

:397 Dialogue Yards, New Jersey. John Scully. 1904? [From collection of E.R. Mohr.]

 

:398 [Fireboat Dennis T. Sullivan] U. S. Rangers Visit Fire Boat No. 1, Jan. 11, 1917.

 

:399 [Fireboat Dennis T. Sullivan.] Launched 1909.

 

:400 [ Fireboat Dennis T. Sullivan.]

 

:401 S.F.F.D. [i.e. San Francisco Fire Department] Fireboat David Scannell. Practice drill.

 

:402 [Fireboat David Scannell.]

 

:403 [Unidentified fireboat.]

 

:404 Fireboats, 1908. [Hull during construction.]

 

:405 Fireboat test.

 

:406 April 19, 1923 test. [Fireboat.]

 

:407 Fireboat test. Apr. 19, 1923. HulkNosmo King. [T. Wurm.]

 

:408 [Unidentified tug.]

 

:409 [Tug towing barge.]

 

:410 Towing water barge Crockett to wharf after launching. [April 6, 1921. Tug Henry J. Biddle .] [Photograph by H.B. Hosmer.]

 

:411 Leaving Crockett for Pittsburg. Launching of water barge Crockett. [April 6, 1921. Tug Henry J. Biddle.] [Photograph by H.B. Hosmer.]

 

:412 Water barge Crockett, launched at Pittsburg [April 6, 1921]. Tug Henry J. Biddle. [Photograph by H.B. Hosmer.]

 

:413 [Unidentified tug towing barge.]

 

:414 C. & H. [i.e. California & Hawaiian] Sugar Refining Corporation tug Henry J. Biddle . Capt. Sam Johnson on deck.

 

:415 Tug Henry J. Biddle. C. & H. [i.e. California & Hawaiian] Sugar Refining Corporation. Crockett, Cal.

 

:416 Henry J. Biddle .

 

:417 Crolona.

 

:418 Crolona.

 

:419  Crolona.

 

:420 Roy Graves in engine room on tug Crolona. At Crockett, 1925.

 

:421 C. & H. [i.e. California & Hawaiian] Sugar Refining Corporation. Tug Crolona. At Moore Shipbuilding Yard.

 

:422 [Roy Graves, right. Aboard Crolona?]

 

:423 California.

 

:424 [Barge in tow]

 

:425 Twin screw motor boat Kern. Built for Union Oil Co. by Moore & Scott Iron Works, San Francisco. 129 ft. x 28 ft. x 6 ft. Tonnage 222.14 gross, 139.93 net. Carrying capacity 70,000 gals. oil in bulk. Draft loaded 5 ft. Twin Metz & Weiss Oil engines. Launched Aug. 28, 1915.

 

:426 Twin screw motor boat Kern. Built for Union Oil Co. by Moore & Scott Iron Works, San Francisco. 129 ft. x 28 ft. x 6 ft. Tonnage 222.14 gross, 139.93 net. Carrying capacity 70,000 gals. oil in bulk. Draft loaded 5 ft. Twin Metz & Weiss Oil engines. Launched Aug. 28, 1915.

 

:427 [ Kern.]

 

:428 [ Kern.]

 

:429 Benicia.

 

:430 Motor ship Redline on trial trip. 175' length x 36' width 7' depth. 150,000 gals. capacity. Constructed for the Union Oil Co. of Cal. by Moore Dry-Dock Company. Oakland, California, June 17, 1925

 

:431 Motor ship Redline on trial trip. 175' length x 36' width 7' depth. 150,000 gals. capacity. Constructed for the Union Oil Co. of Cal. by Moore Dry-Dock Company.

 

:432 Motor ship Redline on trial trip. 175' length x 36' width 7' depth. 150,000 gals. capacity. Constructed for the Union Oil Co. of Cal. by Moore Dry-Dock Company.

 

:433 Associated Oil Company's twin screw steamer Port Costa on trial trip Sept. 17, 1924. Length B. P. 140' 0", breadth mld. 30'0", depth mld. 9' 6". Deadweight 440 tons. Cargo capacity 3,7680 bbls. The Moore Dry-Dock Company, builders, Oakland, California.

 

:434 Associated Oil Company's twin screw steamer Port Costa on trial trip September 17, 1924. Length B. P. 140 feet, breadth molded. 30 feet, depth molded. 9 feet 6 inches. Deadweight 440 tons, Cargo capacity 3,7680 bbls. The Moore Dry-Dock Company, Builders, Oakland, Calif.

 

:435 Piute

 

:436 [Harbor scene, unidentified location.]

 

:437 Matilda.

 

:438 [Scow Ellen.]

 

:439 [Unidentified scow.]

 

:440 Mariposa, S.F. [i.e. San Francisco] Bay

 

:441 Arthur.

 

:442 Nellie Rich , S.F. [i.e. San Francisco] Bay.

 

:443 [Harbor scene, San Francisco.]

 

:444 Wonder.

 

:445 Hay Scows, Sacramento River.

 

:446 Hay scow, Oakland Creek.

 

:447 Miami at Napa, California.

 

:448 Lew Young (?) [left], Arthur [center], San Rafael.

 

:449 [Unidentified scow.]

 

:450 Miami at Napa, California.

 

:451 [Dock.]

 

:452 Montazuma. S.F. [i.e. San Francisco] Bay.

 

:453 Bobolink.

 

:454 [Unidentified scow at dock.] [On same print as No. 33:455.]

 

:455 [Unidentified sailing ship wrecked off shore.] [On same print as No. 33:454.]

 

:456 [Scow Traveller .]

 

:457 Scow Undine , cruising in San Francisco Bay.

 

:458 [Scow Wavelet at dock.] S.F. [i.e. San Francisco].

 

:459 [Unidentified scows.]

 

:460 Dreadnaught . Channel Street, San Francisco. 1912.

 

:461 San Rafael Slough. [Scow Annie.]

 

:462 Napa River. [Scows at dock.]

 

:463 Alviso. [ Portia of San Francisco in dock.]

 

:464 Yosemite.

 

:465 Louise. Foot of Broadway, Oakland, Cal., 1923.

 

:466 Hay wharf, San Francisco. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:467 [Unidentified sailing ship on water.]

 

:468 Yacht Alice D. off Ballast Point, San Diego Bay. May 19, 1889. [Photograph by Charles Turrill.]

 

:469 Hay schooners, Channel Street [San Francisco]. Ca. 1906. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:470 Hay scows, Third & Channel Streets. Ca. 1906. S.C.P. [Society of California Pioneers].

 

:471 [Unidentified sailboat.]

 

:472 [Unidentified sailboat and crew.]

 

:473 Suisun Bay. Off Martinez. Bulls Head (in distance. S.C.P. [i.e. Society of California Pioneers].

 

:474 Suisun Bay. [Hay scow Covina.]

 

:475 On the waterfront, Napa. [No. 368. Turrill & Miller.]

 

:476 Hay scow. Sacramento River.

 

:477 Barges, L to R: Idaho, Dakota, Nevada, Nebraska, Arizona. Sacramento.

 

:478 [Scow Theodore Roosevelt of San Francisco.]

 

:479 [Hay scow Rock Island.]

 

:480 City of Stockton ( Capital City) submerged at Sixth & Channel Streets [San Francisco].

 

:481 City of Stockton . At Winehaven (Richmond). California Wine Association building at right in panorama, not showing in this section. S.F. Maritime Museum.

Volumes 34-35.

Subseries 3: Ferry Boats. Ca. 1852-ca. 1967

Physical Description: 819 Photographs.
 

Volume 34: Ferry Boats

 

:1 [Unidentified ferry.]

 

:2 Eureka. [Walking beam.]

 

:3 San Francisco Bay Ferry Lanes. [Reproduction of map. Undated.]

 

:4 [Reproduction of advertisement for San Francisco Bay Area ferry lines. 1865.]

 

:5 [Reproduction of advertisement for San Francisco Bay Area ferry lines.]

 

:6 [Reproduction of advertisement for San Francisco Bay Area ferry lines. 1868.]

 

:7 [Lacking.]

 

:8 [Lacking.]

 

:9 [Lacking.]

 

:10 Chain box, Ferry B. Oakland. Apr. 1936.

 

:11 Ferry B, Cazadero. S.F. [i.e. San Francisco]. Apr. 6, 1936.

 

:12 [Life buoy of ferry steamer Cazadero.] Apr. 6, 1936.

 

:13 [Reproduction of Pilot's Certificate of Samuel Clemens. Signed April 9, 1859.]

 

:14 [Certificate of Inspection for ferry steamer Solano. Signed November 22, 1929.]

 

:15 Diagrammatic Elevation of the Beam Engine of the Steamer Bay State... [Diagram reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:16 Cylinder and Poppet Valve Gear of a Beam Engine. [Diagram reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:17 [Ferry New World.]

 

:18 [Ferry New World.]

 

:19 Wilson G. Hunt .

 

:20 Davis ferry Alvira.

 

:21 Rosalie.

 

:22 Str. Alvira, Davie Ferry.

 

:23 [Ferry Ellen .]

 

:24 Chrysopolis, Washoe (Oakland Ferry). S.C.P. [i.e. Society of California Pioneers].

 

:25 View from the elevator, South Vallejo. [Ferry steamer Sacramento.]

 

:26 Steamer Princess , San Francisco.

 

:27 Princess of S.F. Gone before ...[illegible].

 

:28 [Reproduction of painting of ferry steamer Princess. By unidentified artist.]

 

:29 Thos. Wosser.

 

:30 [Reproduction of illustration for Saucelito and San Rafael Ferries.]

 

:31 Sausalito.

 

:32 Meiggs Wharf [San Francisco].

 

:33 [Notice for San Francisco and Berkeley Ferry. Reproduced from The Berkeleyan, November 1879.]

 

:34 Notes on Steamers. [Reproduction of text from unidentified print source.]

 

:35 [Reproduction of painting, picturing ferry steamer Princess and unidentified sailing vessel. Detail. By unidentified artist.]

 

:36 [Reproduction of painting, picturing ferry steamer Princess and unidentified sailing vessel. By unidentified artist.]

 

:37 Str. Rosalie .

 

:38 Rosalie. S.F. [i.e. San Francisco], 1894.

 

:39 Charles Minturn. Organizer of the Contra Costa Steam Nav. Co. Photo taken in New York before coming west. 1852. [Reproduction of daguerreotype.]

 

:40 [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.]

 

:41 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] Sausalito? [Actually, ferry steamer Petaluma and unidentified sailing vessel.] [Duplicate of No. 34:42.]

 

:42 View on the Bay, San Francisco. Steamer Petaluma. [Duplicate of No. 34:41.]

 

:43 [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.] [Duplicate of No. 34:47.]

 

:44 N.P.C.R.R. [i.e. North Pacific Coast Railroad] and Saucelito Land & Ferry Co. Wharfs at Saucelito. Strs. Contra Costa & Petaluma.

 

:45 [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.]

 

:46 [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.]

 

:47 [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.] [Duplicate of No. 34:43.]

 

:48 [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.] [Duplicate of No. 34:49.]

 

:49 [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.] [Duplicate of No. 34:48.]

 

:50 [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.]

 

:51 Tamalpais (old). City front and view of the Ferry.

 

:52 Str. Clinton .

 

:53 [Ferry steamer San Rafael.]

 

:54 [Reproduction of newspaper clippings on North Pacific Railroad Company's ferry steamer San Rafael. From unidentified print sources.]

 

:55 Yours respectfully, J.T. McKenzie. [Portrait of John Taylor McKenzie, Captain of ferry steamer San Rafael.]

 

:56 [Reproduction of newspaper article on Captain John Taylor McKenzie.]

 

:57 [Reproduction of text of testimonial plaque to Captain John Taylor McKenzie, with inset photograph of ferry steamer San Rafael.]

 

:58 Str. San Rafael , passing Princess St. in Sausalito. Ca. 1890. [From collection of M. Blaisdell.]

 

:59 [Ferry steamer San Rafael.]

 

:60 [Ferry steamer San Rafael.]

 

:61 San Rafael . [Passengers aboard ferry.]

 

:62 [Unidentified man with horse on ferry.]

 

:63 On the way to Sausalito, 1896.

 

:64 [Ferry steamer San Rafael.] 1894.

 

:65 Off for Two Weeks. [Ferry steamer San Rafael.] [Duplicate of No. 34:66.]

 

:66 [Ferry steamer San Rafael.]

 

:67 [Ferry steamer San Rafael.] [Duplicate of No. 34:71.]

 

:68 [Ferry steamer San Rafael.]

 

:69 [Ferry steamer San Rafael.]

 

:70 [Ferry steamer San Rafael.]

 

:71 [Ferry steamer San Rafael.]

 

:72 [Ferry steamer San Rafael.]

 

:73 S.F. [i.e. San Francisco] Bay, 1894. [Ferry Steamer San Rafael.] [From collection of Martin Behrman.]

 

:74 [Ferry steamer San Rafael.]

 

:75 [Ferry steamer San Rafael.]

 

:76 [Ferry steamer Saucelito. Reproduction of lithograph?] [Duplicate of No. 34:77.]

 

:77 [Ferry steamer Saucelito. Reproduction of lithograph?] [Duplicate of No. 34:76.]

 

:78 San Rafael

 

:79 San Rafael

 

:80 San Rafael

 

:81 San Rafael

 

:82 San Rafael

 

:83 Ferry San Rafael .

 

:84 [Ferry steamer San Rafael.]

 

:85 [Ferry steamer Sausalito.]

 

:86 [Ferry steamer San Rafael.] June 16, 1898.

 

:87 [Ferry steamer Requa.]

 

:88 [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.]

 

:89 [Ferry steamer Tiburon.]

 

:90 Lagunitas. [Postcard.]

 

:91 Donahue Landing, 1880. Str. Antelope. Str. James M. Donahue .

 

:92 Str. James M. Donahue. Passing Belvedere.

 

:93 Str. James M. Donahue. Jos. Wosser, Supt. Engineer. [Duplicate of No. 34:95.]

 

:94 James M. Donahue . [From collection of San Francisco Maritime Museum.]

 

:95 [Walking beam. James M. Donahue. Picturing Superintendent Engineer Joseph Wosser.] [Duplicate of No. 34:93.]

 

:96 Steamer James Donahue.

 

:97 At Donahue Landing. [Ferry steamer Antelope.]

 

:98 [Ferry steamer James M. Donahue.]

 

:99 [Ferry steamer James M. Donahue.]

 

:100 [Ferry steamer James M. Donahue.]

 

:101 [Ferry steamer James M. Donahue.]

 

:102 [Ferry steamer James M. Donahue.]

 

:103 [Ferry steamer James M. Donahue.]

 

:104 [Ferry steamer James M. Donahue.]

 

:105 [Ferry steamer James M. Donahue.]

 

:106 [Ferry steamer Tiburon.]

 

:107 Steamer Tiburon .

 

:108 [Ferry steamer Tiburon.]

 

:109 [Passengers and automobiles aboard ferry Tiburon.]

 

:110 [Ferry steamer Tiburon.]

 

:111 [Ferry steamer Tiburon.]

 

:112 [Ferry steamer Tiburon.]

 

:113 [Ferry steamer Tiburon.]

 

:114 [Ferry steamer Tiburon.] [Duplicate of No. 34:115.]

 

:115 Tiburon. [Duplicate of No. 34:114.]

 

:116 [Ferry steamer Tiburon.]

 

:117 Market Street Ferry slips. Str. Tiburon, 1899.

 

:118 Str. San Rafael and Tiburon. Off Union Street. Racing for the Ferry Building. Ca. 1889.

 

:119 San Francisco, Cal. [Ferry steamer Tiburon.]

 

:120 [Ferry steamer Tiburon.]

 

:121 [Ferry steamer Tiburon.]

 

:122 Tiburon.

 

:123 [Ferry steamer Tiburon.]

 

:124 [Ferry steamer Tiburon.]

 

:125 [Ferry steamer Ukiah.]

 

:126 Spanning the Bay -- the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge takes form. [Postcard.]

 

:127 [Lacking.]

 

:128 [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.]

 

:129 Formerly named Sunbeam. [ Sonoma.]

 

:130 [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.]

 

:131 San Francisco Bay. [Ferry steamer Sausalito.]

 

:132 [Ferry steamer Tiburon.]

 

:133 [Ferry steamer Tiburon.]

 

:134 [Ferry steamer Sausalito.]

 

:135 [Ferry steamer Sausalito.]

 

:136 [Ferry steamer Sausalito.]

 

:137 San Francisco-Sausalito Ferry. Str. Sausalito. N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific].

 

:138 [Ferry steamer Sausalito.]

 

:139 [Ferry steamer Sausalito.]

 

:140 [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.]

 

:141 [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.]

 

:142 North Pacific Coast R.R. 1901. [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.] [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:143 Alcatraz Island, San Francisco Bay, Cal. Ferry Tamalpais.

 

:144 North Beach. 1908. N.W.P.R.R. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Railroad] Ferries Tamalpais & Sausalito.

 

:145 [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.]

 

:146 Ferryboat Tamalpais , San Francisco Cal. [No. 311. Photograph by Charles Weidner.]

 

:147 [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.]

 

:148 [Ferry steamer Marin.]

 

:149 [Passengers and automobiles aboard ferry steamer Sausalito.]

 

:150 [Ferry steamer Sausalito.]

 

:151 [Ferry steamer Sausalito.]

 

:152 [Ferry steamer Sausalito.]

 

:153 [Ferry steamer Sausalito.]

 

:154 San Francisco - Sausalito Ferry -- Str. Sausalito, N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific]. [Postcard.]

 

:155 [Ferry steamer Cazadero.]

 

:156 San Francisco-Sausalito Ferry -- Str. Cazadero. N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific]. [Duplicate of No. 34:167.]

 

:158 [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.]

 

:159 San Francisco-Sausalito Ferry -- Str. Tamalpais -- N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific].

 

:160 [Ferry steamer Sausalito.]

 

:161 [Ferry steamer Sausalito.]

 

:162 [Unidentified ferries and sailboats.]

 

:163 [Ferry steamer Sausalito.]

 

:164 [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.]

 

:165 [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.]

 

:166 [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.]

 

:167 San Francisco-Sausalito Ferry, Str. Cazadero. N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific]. [Duplicate of No. 34:156.]

 

:168 [Ferry steamer Cazadero.]

 

:169 [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.]

 

:170 Cazadero. [Under construction in dry dock.]

 

:171 [Ferry steamer Cazadero.]

 

:172 [Ferry steamer Tamalpais.]

 

:173 Ferryboat. James M. Donahue. San Francisco, Cal. [Photograph by Charles Weidner.]

 

:174 Ferryboat. Cazadero. San Francisco, Cal. [No. 205. Photograph by Charles Weidner.]

 

:175 San Francisco-Sausalito Ferry -- Str. Eureka. N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific].

 

:176 Ferryboat Ukiah . San Francisco, Cal. [Photograph by Charles Weidner.]

 

:177 [Ferry steamer Ukiah.]

 

:178 Steamer Ukiah . Length, 291 ft.; Breadth, 78 ft., 8 in.; Tonnage, 2,564; Carrying Capacity, 4,000 Passengers and 16 Freight Cars.

 

:179 [Ferry steamer Ukiah.]

 

:180 Ferry Boat Ukiah.

 

:181 Ferry Str. Eureka receiving newly constructed walking beam. The Moore Dry-Dock Co., Oakland, Calif., July 24, 1926.

 

:182 Hyde Street Pier, 1965. [Ferry steamer Eureka.]

 

:183 [Side of ferry steamer Eureka.]

 

:184 Str. Eureka .

 

:185 [Ferry steamer Eureka.]

 

:186 [Ferry steamer Eureka.]

 

:187 [Ferry steamer Ukiah.]

 

:188 [Ferry steamer Ukiah.]

 

:189 [Ferry steamer Eureka.]

 

:190 S.S. Eureka plies between San Francisco and Sausalito. [Postcard.]

 

:191 [ Sonoma.]

 

:192 Eureka. [Engine room?]

 

:193 [Ferry steamer Eureka. Gauges in engine room?]

 

:194 [Ferry steamer Eureka? Below deck.]

 

:195 Northwestern Pacific Ferry Str. Eureka. Walking beam for main engine constructed by the Moore Dry-Dock Company, Oakland, Cal. July 19, 1926. [From collection of San Francisco Maritime Museum.]

 

:196 [Tug Tiger and barge Transfer No. 2.]

 

:197 [Tug Tiger.]

 

:198 Ukiah.

 

:199 Lagunitas. [Stern-wheel steamer.]

 

:200 [Ferry steamer Redwood Empire.]

 

:201 [Ferry steamer Redwood Empire.]

 

:202 [Ferry steamer Marin.]

 

:203 [Ferry steamer Telephone.]

 

:204 [Ferry steamer Telephone.]

 

:205 [Ferry steamer Telephone.]

 

:206 Sierra Nevada .

 

:207 [Ferry steamer Telephone.]

 

:208 [Ferry steamer Telephone.]

 

:209 [Ferry steamer Telephone.]

 

:210 [Ferry steamer Edward T. Jeffery]

 

:211 Steamer Telephone . Hoisting 65 ton concrete piers from ferry slips. Derrick barge Bonita. Done by "Diver" G.O. Abrahamsen.

 

:212 Stern view, W.P. [i.e. Western Pacific] boat in dry dock, July 26th, 1913. [Ferry steamer Edward T. Jeffrey?]

 

:213 [Ferry under construction. Edward T. Jeffrey?]

 

:214 Edward T. Jeffery .

 

:215 [Ferry steamer Edward T. Jeffery in dry dock.]

 

:216 Double-ended steel ferry boat Edward T. Jeffery. Built for Western Pacific Railway Co. by Moore & Scott Iron Works, San Francisco. Length over all, 230'; width over guard, 62' 6"; beam molded, 42'; depth molded, 19' 6"; double comp'd vertical engines 20" x 42"/28". Vessel launched at Oakland Harbor, July 19, 1913.

 

:217 Double-ended steel ferry boat Edward T. Jeffery. Built for Western Pacific Railway Co. by Moore & Scott Iron Works, San Francisco. Length over all, 230'; width over guard, 62' 6"; beam molded, 42'; depth molded, 19' 6"; double comp'd vertical engines 20" x 42"/28". Vessel launched at Oakland Harbor, July 19, 1913.

 

:218 [Launching of ferry steamer Edward T. Jeffrey. Oakland. July 19, 1913.]

 

:219 Moore Shipyard Oakland. [Launching of ferry steamer Edward T. Jeffrey.]

 

:220 The trial trip W.P. [i.e. Western Pacific] boat, August 11, 1913. [Ferry steamer Edward T. Jeffrey.]

 

:221 Edward T. Jeffery .

 

:222 Edward T. Jeffery .

 

:223 Edward T. Jeffery .

 

:224 Edward T. Jeffery Cylinder heads engine room. W.P. [i.e. Western Pacific] boat. July 5th, 1913.

 

:225 Ocean Wave.

 

:226 [Ferry steamer San Pablo.]

 

:227 [Ferry steamer San Pablo.]

 

:228 Terry B. San Pedro. Jun. 1931. [Ferry Building, San Francisco, in background.]

 

:229 San Pedro, Fleet Day, Apr. 5, 1925 -- Santa Fe.

 

:230 Ferry Ocean Wave. [Ferry Building, San Francisco, in background.]

 

:231 [Ferry steamer San Pablo.] [From collection of Vernon Sappers.]

 

:232 Ferry Point, Richmond.

 

:233 [Ferry steamer San Pablo.]

 

:234 San Pablo.

 

:235 [Ferry steamer San Pablo.]

 

:236 [Ferry steamer Ocean Wave.]

 

:237 [Ferry steamer Ocean Wave.]

 

:238 Santa Fe's Magnificent Ferry Steamer, San Pablo.

 

:239 [Ferry steamer San Pedro.]

 

:240 San Pablo. [Interior, during construction.]

 

:241 San Pablo. [Interior.]

 

:242 [Tug E. P. Ripley .]

 

:243 [Tug Edward J. Engel.]

 

:244 [Tug Edward J. Engel.]

 

:245 [Unidentified car float and tug.]

 

:246 [Various vessels. San Francisco Bay?]

 

:247 Edward J. Engel

 

:248 [Tug Edward J. Engel.]

 

:249 At Tiburon. [Tug Edward J. Engel.]

 

:250-259 [Numbers not used.]

 

:260 Tiburon. N.W.P. [i.e. Northwestern Pacific Terminal. [Tug Edward J. Engel.]

 

:261 Waterfront, Vallejo Calif. Mare Island in distance.

 

:262 [Ferry steamer Monticello] [Photograph by Roy D. Graves.]

 

:263 Monticello.

 

:264 [Ferry steamer Monticello.]

 

:265 [Ferry steamer Arrow.]

 

:266 Monticello.

 

:267 Arrow.

 

:268 Arrow.

 

:269 Arrow.

 

:270 Str. Napa Valley

 

:271 [Ferry steamer Sehome.]

 

:272 [Ferry steamer Sehome.]

 

:273 [Ferry steamer Sehome.] [Duplicate of No. 34:277.]

 

:274 [Ferry steamer Sehome.]

 

:275 Monticello.

 

:276 [Ferry steamer Monticello.]

 

:277 [Ferry steamer Sehome.] [Duplicate of No. 34:273.]

 

:278 [Ferry steamer Sehome.] [Paradise Cove.] [From collection of Ted Wurm.] [Duplicate of No. 34:288.]

 

:279 Calistoga. [Duplicate of No. 34:310.]

 

:280 [Vallejo waterfront.]

 

:281 Transfer station, Monticello S.S. Co., Vallejo. [No. 1. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:282 Arrow. Boat landings. Foot of Georgia St. Vallejo, Cal.

 

:283 Steamship & Railroad Terminus, Vallejo, Aug. 12, 1906. [No. 11. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:284 Arrow. Terminus V.B. & N.V.R.R. [i.e. Vallejo, Benicia & Napa Valley Railroad]. Vallejo, Oct. 1, 1905. [No. 8. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:285 [Ferry steamer General Frisbie.] Transfer Station, Monticello S.S. Co., Vallejo. [No. 4. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.] [Duplicate of No. 34:321.]

 

:286 At Vallejo. [Ferry Steamer Sehome.]

 

:287 Monticello S.S. Co. Dock. Vallejo from Mare Island. 1912. Str. Ellen at right.

 

:288 Paradise Cove, El Campo. [Ferry steamer Sehome.] [Duplicate of No. 34:278.]

 

:289 [Ferry steamer General Frisbie of Vallejo and Mare Island Navy Yard.]

 

:290 [Passengers aboard General Frisbie.]

 

:291 General Frisbie .

 

:292 General Frisbie .

 

:293 General Frisbie .

 

:294 General Frisbie .

 

:295 General Frisbie .

 

:296 Winehaven (Richmond).

 

:297 [Ferry Building, San Francisco. Ferry steamer Calistoga, left.]

 

:298 [Ferry steamer Calistoga.]

 

:299 Napa Valley .

 

:300 [Ferry steamer City of Sacramento.]

 

:301 Showing Contra Propeller, S.S. Calistoga. [April 29, 1926.]

 

:302 [Ferry steamer Napa Valley.]

 

:303 [Ferry steamer Napa Valley.]

 

:304 [Ferry steamer Napa Valley.]

 

:305 Napa Valley .

 

:306 Along the water front, Vallejo, Cal.

 

:307 Napa Valley .

 

:308 [Ferry steamer Calistoga.]

 

:309 [Ferry steamer Napa Valley.]

 

:310 [Ferry steamer Calistoga.] [Duplicate of No. 34:279.]

 

:311 [Ferry steamer Calistoga.] [Postcard.]

 

:312 City of Sacramento .

 

:313 City of Sacramento .

 

:314 S.F. to Vallejo. When 1st came out from E. [Unidentified man, and ferry steamer Ashbury Park.]

 

:315 [Ferry steamer Arrow.]

 

:316 Arrow.

 

:317 Arrow at Vallejo.

 

:318 [Ferry steamer Arrow at pier, Vallejo.]

 

:319 General Frisbie . Steamship railroad terminus. Vallejo. Aug. 12, 1906. [No. 12. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:320 Arrow. Transfer station, Monitcello S.S. Co., Vallejo. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:321 Transfer station, Monticello Steamship Company, Vallejo. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.] [Duplicate of No. 34:285.]

 

:322 [Vallejo waterfront.]

 

:323 Ashbury Park . [During construction in dry dock.]

 

:324 [Ferry steamer Napa Valley.]

 

:325 Str. Vallejo .

 

:326 [Ferry steamer Vallejo]

 

:327 Launch of Steamer San Jose. Key Route. Alameda, California. [From the collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:328 S.S. San Jose and Yerba Buena, Dickie's Shipyard, Alameda.

 

:329 [Lacking.]

 

:330 [Lacking.]

 

:331 Key Route Pier.

 

:332 Yerba Buena in ctr., Newark, and Encinal.

 

:333 [Ferry steamer Hayward.]

 

:334 Yerba Buena , December 23, 1938. [At Yerba Buena Island?]

 

:335 Key System Ferry Hayward.

 

:336 [Unidentified ferry steamer. Golden Gate Bridge, during construction, in background.]

 

:337 Yerba Buena . [From the collection of Vernon Sappers.]

 

:338 [Ferry steamer Yerba Buena.]

 

:339 San Jose.

 

:340 San Jose.

 

:341 Yerba Buena . [From the collection of Vernon Sappers.]

 

:342 San Jose. Yerba Buena. Key Route Pier. [From the collection of Vernon Sappers.]

 

:343 [Ferry steamer Yerba Buena.]

 

:344 Key Route Terminal. East Bay. 1910. [From the collection of Vernon Sappers.]

 

:345 [Ferry steamer Yerba Buena at pier, lower left.]

 

:346 San Jose. [With ferry steamer Yerba Buena foreground.] [From collection of Vernon Sappers.]

 

:347 Yerba Buena .

 

:348 [Ferry steamer San Jose.]

 

:349 [Ferry steamer Claremont.]

 

:350 [Ferry steamer Fernwood.]

 

:351 San Francisco , from San Francisco Bay.

 

:352 [Ferry steamer Claremont.]

 

:353 [Ferry steamer Claremont.]

 

:354 [Key System ferry dock. Unidentified steamers.]

 

:355 [Key System ferry dock. Unidentified steamers.]

 

:356 [Ferry steamer Fernwood.]

 

:357 [Lacking.]

 

:358 Shasta.

 

:359 Sierra Nevada . On San Francisco Bay 1938.

 

:360 Str. San Francisco .

 

:361 [Ferry steamer San Francisco.]

 

:362 Key Route boat entering slip, Oakland, California. [Ferry steamer Claremont.]

 

:363 [Ferry steamer Claremont.]

 

:364 [Ferry steamer San Leandro.]

 

:365 [Ferry steamer Hayward.]

 

:366 [Ferry steamer Peralta.]

 

:367 [Ferry steamer Yerba Buena.]

 

:368 Str. Yerba Buena, on trial trip in Carquinez Straits.

 

:369 Str. Peralta on trial trip, Carquinez Straits.

 

:370 Fernwood.

 

:371 [Ferry steamer Yerba Buena.]

 

:372 [Ferry steamer Yerba Buena.]

 

:373 [Ferry steamer Yerba Buena.]

 

:374 [Ferry steamer Yerba Buena. Interior.]

 

:375 [Ferry steamer Sierra Nevada.]

 

:376 [Ferry steamer Sierra Nevada.]

 

:377 [Ferry steamer Treasure Island.]

 

:378 [Ferry steamer Treasure Island.]

 

:379 San Leandro .

 

:380 Hayward.

 

:381 Hayward. June 18, 1923.

 

:382 San Leandro .

 

:383 [Ferry steamer Claremont.]

 

:384 [Ferry steamer Yerba Buena.]

 

:385 San Francisco .

 

:386 Treasure Island .

 

:387 [Key System ferry docks.]

 

:388 [Key System ferry docks.]

 

:389 Key Route Pier. [Oakland.]

 

:390 Peralta.

 

:391 Yerba Buena . [From the collection of Vernon Sappers.]

 

:392 Yerba Buena .

 

:393 [Ferry steamers Yerba Buena and Tamalpais]

 

:394 [Unidentified ferry steamers. At Yerba Buena Island.]

 

:395 [Ferry steamer Oakland.]

 

:396 [Ferry steamer Piedmont.]

 

:397 [Ferry steamer Fernwood.]

 

:398 Treasure Island & Sierra Nevada. 1939. [Treasure Island in background.]

 

:399 San Leandro .

 

:400 [Ferry steamer Golden Way.]

 

:401 [Ferry steamer Golden Way.]

 

:402 [Golden Gate Ferry steamer.]

 

:403 The Ferryboat Golden Gate.

 

:404 Golden City , Ex Hanford.

 

:405 Millions of motorists enjoy the scenic trip across the Golden Gate via the Southern Pacific - Golden Gate Ferries. Ltd. [Postcard.]

 

:406 Harry E. Speas .

 

:407 [Ferry steamer Harry E. Speas.]

 

:408 At Selby. [Ferry steamer San Jose.]

 

:409 At Crockett. [Ferry steamer San Jose.]

 

:410 San Jose at Selby.

 

:411 San Jose near Narrow Cove.

 

:412 San Jose.

 

:413 [Ferry steamer San Jose.]

 

:414 [Ferry steamer Charles Van Damme.]

 

:415 [Ferry steamer Sonoma Valley.] [From collection of Vernon Sappers.]

 

:416 At San Quentin. [Ferry steamer Charles Van Damme.]

 

:417 [Ferry steamer Aven J. Hanford.]

 

:418 Aven J. Hanford .

 

:419 Hanford. [i.e. ferry steamer Aven J. Hanford.]

 

:420 Golden Gate Ferry pier.

 

:421 [ Issaquah.]

 

:422 Aven J. Hanford .

 

:423 Issaquah at Rodeo, CA. 1918. [Photograph by Roy D. Graves.]

 

:424 Issauah [i.e. ferry steamer Issaquah].

 

:425 [Ferry steamer Issaquah.]

 

:426 Issaquah. [Photograph by Roy D. Graves.]

 

:427 [Ferry steamer Issaquah.]

 

:428 [Ferry steamer Issaquah.]

 

:429 At San Quentin.

 

:430 [Ferry steamer Charles Van Damme.]

 

:431 [Ferry steamer Charles Van Damme.]

 

:432 City of San Rafael. One inclined condensing steam engine. 20 1/8" x 39 15/16"/6 feet. 1939.

 

:433 City of San Rafael.

 

:434 [Ferry steamer City of San Rafael.]

 

:435 [Unidentified ferry steamer.]

 

:436 Pt. Richmond ferry pier. [Ferry steamer City of Richmond, right.]

 

:437 [Ferry steamer City of San Rafael at Pt. Richmond.]

 

:438 [Ferry steamer City of Richmond.]

 

:439 [Unidentified girl on deck of ferry. With view of Richmond-San Rafael Bridge.]

 

:440 City of San Rafael.

 

:441 Charles Van Damme.

 

:442 [Ferry steamer Charles Van Damme.]

 

:443 [Ferry steamer Sonoma Valley.]

 

:444 [Ferry steamer City of San Rafael.]

 

:445 Point Richmond.

 

:446 Russian River .

 

:447 [ City of Seattle .]

 

:448 [ City of Martinez .]

 

:449 Benicia.

 

:450 [Unidentified ferry steamer.]

 

:451 [Ferry steamer City of Seattle, right.] Carquinez Straits.

 

:452 City of Seattle .

 

:453 M.V. Ramon.

 

:454 [ Ramon.]

 

:455 Ferry Bridgit . [Sacramento-Northern Ry. car ferry.] [Duplicate of No. 34:457.]

 

:456 [ Countess of San Francisco.]

 

:457 Sacramento-Northern Ry. Car ferry. [Ferry Bridgit.] [Duplicate of No. 34:455.]

 

:458 Coronado.

 

:459 Ferry Steamer Ramona, plying between San Diego and Coronado, California. [Duplicate of No. 34:462.]

 

:460 Coronado. 1st.

 

:461 Coronado Wharf. [From collection of the California Historical Society.]

 

:462 [Ferry steamer Ramona.] [Duplicate of No. 34:459.]

 

:463 [Ferry steamer Benicia] Coronado, Cal., June 3, 1902.

 

:464 [Ferry steamer Morena.]

 

:465 [Unidentified ferry steamer.]

 

:466 Owl to Bolinas.

 

:467 M/S Owl. Bolinas, Cal.

 

:468 Antelope at Eureka.

 

:469 [Ferry steamer Antelope.]

 

:470 Ord ferry. Glenn to Butte Counties. Sept. 1965.

 

:471 At Tiburon. Later a shrimp processing plant at San Quentin. [Ferry steamer James M. Donahue .]

 

:472 Ferry Sausalito . 1922. [In ruins.] [From collection of San Francisco Maritime Museum.]

 

:473 Fy. Sausalito . 1922. [In ruins.] [From collection of San Francisco Maritime Museum.]

 

:474 1922. Fy. Sausalito. [In ruins.] [From collection of San Francisco Maritime Museum.]

 

:475 Fy. Sausalito , 1922.

 

:476 Fy. Sausalito , 1922.

 

:477 El Capitan. Broken walking beam. So. Vallejo.

 

:478 Broken beam, str. El Capitan, So. Vallejo.

 

:479 James M. Donahue at San Quentin.

 

:480 [Unidentified ferry.]

 

:481 [Unidentified wrecked ship.]

 

:482 [Remains of unidentified wrecked ship.]

 

:483 [Unidentified wrecked ship.]

 

:484 [Ferry Thoroughfare .]

 

:485 [Ferry steamer Petaluma, half sunk.]

 

:486 [Unidentified dilapidated vessel.]

 

:487 [Dilapidated ferry steamer Alameda.]

 

:488 [Dilapidated vessels. Unidentified location.]

 

:489 [Unidentified dilapidated ferry steamer.]

 

:490 Burning of the Tiburon. S.F. [i.e. San Francisco], Jan. 1, 1893.

 

:491 Ukiah. [Remains.]

 

:492 Piedmont. [Remains of hull.]

 

Volume 35: Southern Pacific -- Ferry Boats

 

:1 [Steamer Oakland . Life buoy.]

 

:2 Ferry Garden City .

 

:3 Second Street Terminus.

 

:4 El Capitan.

 

:5 [Reproduction of painting picturing ferry steamer El Capitan. By Joseph Lee.] [Duplicate of No. 35:82.]

 

:6 [Reproduction of painting picturing ferry steamer Alameda. By Joseph Lee.] [Duplicate of No. 35:13.]

 

:7 Steamer Alameda . Vallejo & Davis Sts. Ferry Landing. Ca. 1880's. S.C.P. [i.e. Society of California Pioneers].

 

:8 [ Alameda.]

 

:9 [Ferry steamer Capital.]

 

:10 [Ferry steamer Alameda.] [Official U.S. Navy photograph.]

 

:11 [Ferry steamer El Capitan.]

 

:12 [Ferry steamer Alameda.]

 

:13 [Reproduction of painting picturing ferry steamer Alameda. By Joseph Lee.] [Duplicate of No. 35:6.]

 

:14 [Ferry steamer Garden City] Built at S.F., 1879. Pho. 1898. Sheaf of wheat on pad. box. [Copyright 1920 by Louis Slevin.] [Duplicate of No. 35:18.]

 

:15 [Passengers aboard ferry steamer El Capitan.]

 

:16 [Passengers aboard ferry steamer El Capitan.]

 

:17 [Crew aboard ferry steamer Garden City.]

 

:18 [Ferry steamer Garden City. 1898.] [Duplicate of No. 35:14.]

 

:19 [Ferry steamer Garden City.]

 

:20 [Ferry steamer Garden City.]

 

:21 [Ferry steamer Capital. 1939.]

 

:22 [Ferry steamer Encinal.]

 

:23 Ferry boat Bay City.

 

:24 Ferryboat Bay City. San Francisco, Cal. [No. 188. Photograph by Charles Weidner.]

 

:25 [Ferry steamer Garden City.]

 

:26 [Ferry steamer Garden City.]

 

:27 [Unidentified ferry steamer in tow. From unidentified vessel.]

 

:28 [Ferry steamer Bay City.]

 

:29 [Ferry steamer Capital.]

 

:30 [Ferry steamer Alameda.]

 

:31 [Ferry steamer Capital.]

 

:32 [Ferry steamer Garden City.]

 

:33 [Ferry steamer Amador.]

 

:34 [Ferry steamer Amador.]

 

:35 [Ferry steamer Piedmont.]

 

:36 Ferry-boat Piedmont. San Francisco, Cal.

 

:37 [Ferry steamer El Capitan.]

 

:38 [Ferry steamer Encinal.]

 

:39 [Catalogue of Paintings on the Steamers Newark and Bay City. Reproduced from unidentified print source. Continued on No. 35:40.]

 

:40 [Catalogue of Paintings on the Steamers Newark and Bay City. Reproduced from unidentified print source. Continued from No. 35:39.]

 

:41 [Ferry steamer Bay City.]

 

:42 [ Encinal] San Francisco Bay ferry, June 7, 1906.

 

:43 [Ferry steamer Bay City.]

 

:44 Ferry Encinal , First & Broadway. Oakland. [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:45 A-Boared [sic] Str. Encinal en route to Alameda. Hiram T. Graves, center. Note three rails (narrow and broad gauge) for transferring freight cars. C. 1900.

 

:46 [Ferry steamer Encinal.]

 

:47 [Ferry steamer Newark.]

 

:48 [Ferry steamer Encinal.]

 

:49 [Ferry steamer Encinal.]

 

:50 [Ferry steamer Encinal.]

 

:51 [Ferry steamer Newark.]

 

:52 [Ferry steamer Newark.]

 

:53 San Francisco - Bay View - Oakland Ferryboats and Goat Island. [Ferry steamer Newark.] [No. 1744. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:54 Reception on arrival of the U. S. Transport Sherman (out of picture) from Philippine Islands. August 25, 1899. Ferry Newark (listing) Str. Piedmont; Str. Captain Webber (west of Alcatraz Island). [From collection of M. Blaisdell.]

 

:55 [ Newark.]

 

:56 [Ferry steamer Newark.] [Photocopy. Original stored separately.]

 

:57 [Ferry steamer Newark.]

 

:58 [Ferry steamer Newark.]

 

:59 [Ferry steamer Newark.]

 

:60 Newark. Ca. 1898. [In slip at Ferry Building, San Francisco.]

 

:61 South Pacific Coast Railroad. [Portion of article reproduced from unidentified print source.]

 

:62 Sacramento .

 

:63 [Ferry steamer Sacramento.]

 

:64 [Ferry steamer Piedmont.]

 

:65 [Ferry steamer Piedmont.]

 

:66 [Ferry steamer Piedmont.]

 

:67 The Union Ferry Station, San Francisco. Piedmont.

 

:68 [Ferry steamer Piedmont.]

 

:69 [Ferry steamer Piedmont.]

 

:70 [Ferry steamer Piedmont.]

 

:71 [Ferry steamer Piedmont.] [San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge and Yerba Buena Island in background.]

 

:72 [Ferry steamer Piedmont.]

 

:73 Ferryboat entering Oakland Slip.

 

:74 Piedmont.

 

:75 Encinal. [From collection of Vernon Sappers.]

 

:76 [Ferry steamer Piedmont.]

 

:77 Ferry steamer [ Newark.]

 

:78 [Ferry steamer Newark.]

 

:79 Ferry-boat Newark. San Francisco, Cal. [No. 362. Photograph by Charles Weidner.]

 

:80 Piedmont, Oakland Estuary.

 

:81 [Ferry steamer Newark. Unidentified location.]

 

:82 [Reproduction of painting picturing ferry steamer El Capitan. By Joseph Lee.] [Duplicate of No. 35:5.]

 

:83 [Ferry steamer El Capitan.]

 

:84 [Ferry steamer Amador.]

 

:85 [Ferry steamer Amador.]

 

:86 [Ferry steamer Amador.]

 

:87 Rebuilt from single-end river boat. Vallejo and Mare Island run. [Ferry steamer Julia.]

 

:88 [Ferry steamer El Capitan.]

 

:89 [Ferry steamer El Capitan.]

 

:90 [Ferry steamer Piedmont.]

 

:91 [Ferry steamer Oakland.]

 

:92 [Ferry steamer Oakland.]

 

:93 Bay City. San Rafael.

 

:94 [Ferry steamer Bay City.]

 

:95 [ Bay City.]

 

:96 [Ferry steamer Encinal.] Blt. S.F., 1888. Pho. S.F. [i.e. San Francisco], May 30, 1898. Seal of California on pad. box.

 

:97 [Ferry steamer Bay City.]

 

:98 [Ferry steamer Bay City.]

 

:99 [Ferry steamer Garden City.]

 

:100 Leaving Broadway, Oakland. May 14, 1903. Pres. Theodore Roosevelt's visit to Oakland. [Ferry steamer Garden City.] [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:101 [Ferry steamer Garden City.]

 

:102 Dredging & widening the channel. Oakland Harbor. [Ferry steamer Garden City, left.]

 

:103 Garden City , Oakland.

 

:104 [Ferry steamer Oakland.]

 

:105 [Ferry steamer Oakland.]

 

:106 Jarrett & Palmer Lightning Express Train. From New York to San Francisco in 83 hours, 32 m., 7 sec. Photographed at Oakland Wharf at 9:25 Sunday morning June 4th, 1876. [Ferry steamer Oakland.] [Photograph by Carleton E. Watkins.] [Duplicate of No. 108.]

 

:107 [Ferry steamer Oakland.]

 

:108 Jarrett & Palmer Lightning Express Train. From New York to San Francisco in 83 hours, 32 m., 7 sec. Photographed at Oakland Wharf at 9:25 Sunday morning June 4th, 1876. [Ferry steamer Oakland.] [Photograph by Carleton E. Watkins.] [Duplicate of No. 106.]

 

:109 [Ferry steamer Oakland.]

 

:110 [Ferry steamer Oakland.]

 

:111 [Ferry steamer Oakland.]

 

:112 [Ferry steamer Oakland.]

 

:113 Oakland (formerly Chrysopolis) leaving the San Francisco Ferry Terminal, 1936.

 

:114 Central Pacific R.R. ferry Oakland. Rebuilt in 1875 from str. Chrysopolis . Again rebuilt in 1893 and 1920. Caught fire and burned in Oakland in 1940. Hull is now on mudflats in Sausalito.

 

:115 [Ferry steamer Oakland.]

 

:116 [Ferry steamer Oakland.]

 

:117 [Ferry steamer Oakland.]

 

:118 [Ferry steamer Oakland.]

 

:119 Str. Oakland .

 

:120 Last trip of str. Oakland to Alameda, January 14, 1939. Back row: Ralph Demoro - Bill Pennington. Front row: MacFarland. [Photograph by Ted Wurm.]

 

:121 Steamer Oakland . [Photograph by Ted Wurm.]

 

:122 Oakland. [Photograph by Ted Wurm.]

 

:123 Oakland. Lunch room.

 

:124 [Ferry steamer Sacramento.] S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad]. [Photograph by Francis Knorp.]

 

:125 [Ferry steamer Sacramento.]

 

:126 [Ferry steamer Berkeley. San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge and Yerba Buena Island in background.]

 

:127 Launching of the Berkeley at the Union Iron Works 1898. She was the first propeller ferry and damaged many slips. 1883 tons; length 261.4, beam 40.2 ; depth 14.1; H.P. 1450.

 

:128 [Ferry steamer Berkeley.]

 

:129 [Pilot house, ferry steamer Berkeley.]

 

:130 [Ferry steamer Berkeley.]

 

:131 [Ferry steamer Berkeley.]

 

:132 [Ferry steamer Berkeley.]

 

:133 Berkeley. 1903.

 

:134 [Ferry steamer Berkeley.]

 

:135 Ferry steamers. San Francisco, Cal. San Rafael. Berkeley. 1900.

 

:136 [Ferry steamer Berkeley.]

 

:137 [Ferry steamer Santa Clara.]

 

:138 [Ferry steamer Alameda.]

 

:139 Auto ferries. Oakland Pier. 1935. Str. Alameda. [From collection of Vernon Sappers.]

 

:140 [Ferry steamer Alameda.] [From collection of Vernon Sappers.]

 

:141 [Ferry steamer Santa Clara.]

 

:142 Ferry Santa Clara, 4/1927. [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:143 Ferry [ Santa Clara]. San Francisco Bay.

 

:144 Santa Clara. San Jose. [San Francisco waterfront.] [From collection of Ted Wurm.]

 

:145 Ferry boat [ Alameda] San Francisco Bay.

 

:146 [Ferry steamer Santa Clara.]

 

:147 [Ferry steamer Sacramento.]

 

:148 [Ferry steamer Sacramento.]

 

:149 [Ferry steamers San Leandro and Eureka in slip.]

 

:150 [Ferry steamer Eureka in dock.]

 

:151 [Ferry steamer Eureka.]

 

:152 [Ferry steamer Eureka.]

 

:153 [Ferry steamer Eureka.]

 

:154 After dropping the rudder pin.

 

:155 Eureka. 1945 from Oakland Pier. [Photograph by Francis Knorp.]

 

:156 Largest ferry boat in the world. [Ferry steamer Solano at Port Costa. With accompanying text.] [Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.] [Duplicate of No. 35:157.]

 

:157 Port Costa, 1880's. [Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.] [Duplicate of No. 35:156.]

 

:158 Ferry boat Solano, Straits of Carquinez, Sacramento River, Cal. [No. 5291. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:159 [Ferry steamer Solano.] [Duplicate of No. 35:161.]

 

:160 Str. Solano .

 

:161 [Ferry steamer Solano.] [Duplicate of No. 35:159.]

 

:162 [Ferry steamer Solano.]

 

:163 [Ferry steamer Solano.]

 

:164 [S.P.?] ferry boat Solano in slip at Pt. Costa waiting for train.

 

:165 Landing of the ferry boat Solano at Port Costa. [No. 6510. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:166 [Ferry steamer Solano.]

 

:167 [Ferry steamer Solano.]

 

:168 [Ferry steamer Solano.]

 

:169 [Ferry steamer Solano.]

 

:170 [Ferry steamer Solano.]

 

:171 First trip. [Ferry steamer Solano.]

 

:172 [Ferry steamer Solano.]

 

:173 [Ferry steamer Solano.]

 

:174 Southern Pacific Co.'s Ferryboat Solano, Benicia, California.

 

:175 The last trip of the Solano. Leaving Port Costa slip. November 30, 1930.

 

:176 [Ferry steamer Contra Costa.]

 

:177 [Ferry steamer Contra Costa.]

 

:178 This is how trains used to cross the Strait. Railcars were rolled aboard these huge ferryboats which plied between Benicia and Port Costa. Photo above shows the Southern Pacific ferry slips at Port Costa. These four-stacker vessels, the Contra Costa, right, and the Solano, left, had four rail tracks abreast on the main deck.

 

:179 [Ferry steamer Contra Costa.]

 

:180 [Ferry steamer Contra Costa.]

 

:181 [Ferry steamer Contra Costa.]

 

:182 [Ferry steamer Thoroughfare.]

 

:183 [Ferry steamer Thoroughfare.]

 

:184 Ferryboat Thoroughfare , San Francisco Cal. [No. 418. Photograph by Charles Weidner.]

 

:185 [Ferry steamer Thoroughfare.]

 

:186 [Ferry steamer Transit.]

 

:187 [Ferry steamer Thoroughfare.]

 

:188 R.R. freight transfer Ferry-boat Thoroughfare.

 

:189 [Unidentified ferry steamer.]

 

:190 [Ferry steamer Thoroughfare.]

 

:191 Steamer Car Float #2.

 

:192 [Ferry steamer Transit.]

 

:193 [Ferry steamer Garden City.]

 

:194 [Ferry steamer Garden City.]

 

:195 [Unidentified car float steamer.]

 

:196 [Ferry steamer Transit.]

 

:197 [Ferry steamer Transit.]

 

:198 Str. Encinal . Dual gauge tracks.

 

:199 [Ferry steamer Melrose.]

 

:200 [Ferry steamer Melrose.]

 

:201 [Ferry steamer Melrose.]

 

:202 [Ferry steamer Thoroughfare.]

 

:203 [Ferry steamer Melrose.]

 

:204 [Oakland harbor. Ferry steamer Newark in background, at right?]

 

:205 Oakland. [Interior.]

 

:206 Garden City , J. Healey, C.E.

 

:207 Oakland. [Unidentified crew member. Interior.]

 

:208 Cabin of steamer Oakland, San Francisco and Oakland Ferry. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:209 Cabin of steamer Oakland, San Francisco and Oakland Ferry. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:210 Garden City . [Interior.]

 

:211 [Steering the ship.]

 

:212 Berkeley. [Interior.]

 

:213 Berkeley. [Interior.]

 

:214 Berkeley. [Interior.]

 

:215 Cabin of the Central Pacific Railroad's new ferry boat Piedmont. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:216 Piedmont. [Interior.]

 

:217 [Ferry steamer Piedmont. Interior.]

 

:218 Sacramento . [Interior.]

 

:219 Sacramento . [Interior.]

 

:220 Sacramento . [Interior.]

 

:221 [Ferry steamer Sacramento. Interior.]

 

:222 [Ferry steamer Newark.]

 

:223 [Ferry steamer Sacramento.]

 

:224 [Ferry steamer Piedmont. Engine room?]

 

:225 [Ferry steamer Piedmont. Engine room?]

 

:226 [Ferry steamer Melrose.]

 

:227 Ferry-boat Piedmont, San Francisco, Cal. [Photograph by Charles Weidner.] [Postcard.]

 

:228 [Ferry steamer Piedmont.]

 

:229 [Ferry steamer San Leandro.]

 

:230 Sacramento. [Gauges.]

 

:231 Sacramento. [Interior.]

 

:232 Sacramento. [Interior.]

 

:233 Sacramento. [Interior.]

 

:234 Sacramento. [Interior.]

 

:235 Sacramento. [Walking beam.]

 

:236 Walking beam, str. Sacramento. At Sacramento shops of S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific].

 

:237 Str. Eureka . Looking straight up.

 

:238 Contra Costa.

 

:239 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] Shipyard.

 

:240 Southern Pacific Ship yard. Fott [sic] of Peralta St. Oakland.

 

:241 S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] Shipyard, Oakland. Str. Apache in Dry Dock.

 

:242 Ferry Bldg., 1886. [San Francisco.]

 

:243 Long wharf. [Reproduction of illustration picturing wharves and ferry steamer El Capitan.]

 

:244  [Unidentified wharf.]

 

:245 Ferry Building and slips. [San Francisco.]

 

:246 [Ferry building, San Francisco. With view of Treasure Island, Yerba Buena Island and San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.]

 

:247 Str. Newark . Str. Oakland. Ca. 1890. San Francisco -- Bay View -- showing Ferryboats, Telegraph Hill and Alcatraz Island. [No. 1736. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:248 Steamer Oakland (in slip). Str. Bay City, (leaving slip). View S.E. from Ferry Tower.

 

:249 Ferry boats, (L. to R.): Newark, Garden City, Bay City (in slip) 1895. View of San Francisco looking East from Hopkins Art Association, showing Goat Island and Terminus S.P.R.R. [i.e. Southern Pacific Railroad] and Oakland Ferry Boat. [No. 7427. Photograph by Isaiah W. Taber.]

 

:250 Thoroughfare, Edward T. Jeffery, Oakland, Alameda, Tamalpais. [At Ferry Building, San Francisco.]

 

:251 [Ferries at Ferry Building, San Francisco.]

 

:252 [Ferry steamer Santa Clara near Ferry Building, San Francisco.]

 

:253 [Ferry steamer Eureka with view of Yerba Buena Island and San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge in background.] [Color postcard. Photograph by W.D. McKinney.]

 

:254 [Aerial view of Ferry Building and downtown San Francisco.] [Copyright 1922 by G.E. Russell.]

 

:255 Encinal.

 

:256 4 great ferry systems - carrying 110,000 and over, every day. Oakland, Cal. [Ferry steamer Bay City.] [From collection of Vernon Sappers.]

 

:257 S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] Co. waiting room. S.F. [i.e. San Francisco] Ferry Building.

 

:258 Ticket offices. Ferry Building. 1902.

 

:259 Steamer Oakland .

 

:260 Telegraph Hill. [Ferry pier along waterfront.]

 

:261 [Ferry slips at Ferry Building, San Francisco. Yerba Buena Island in distance.]

 

:262 Lombard Street Wharf, Kosmos Line, showing German liner Serapsis. State Belt R.R. freight slips for Southern Pacific, North Pacific Coast, South Pacific Coast. 1902.

 

:263 End of Lombard Street, showing Telegraph Hill. State Belt Railroad slips for Southern Pacific, North Pacific Coast, South Pacific Coast, 1902.

 

:264 April 1947. [Ferry slips at Ferry Building, San Francisco.] [Photograph by Ted Wurm.]

 

:265 Steamers Piedmont, Bay City, and Melrose. [San Francisco.]

 

:266 [Ferry slips, unidentified location.]

 

:267 [Ferry Building, San Francisco. Yerba Buena Island in background.]

 

:268 [Unidentified children looking toward Ferry Building, San Francisco, from unidentified ship.]

 

:269 [Ferry Building, San Francisco.]

 

:270 Str. San Pablo [center?]. Ferry scene, San Francisco Bay.

 

:271 [Ferry Building, San Francisco.]

 

:272 [Steamers departing. Ferry Building, San Francisco. Treasure Island, Yerba Island, and San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge in background.]

 

:273 Encinal, Bay City.

 

:274 [Ferry steamer Berkeley, beneath San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.]

 

:275 [Ferry steamer Garden City.]

 

:276 [Ferry steamer Alameda.]

 

:277 The old and the new - the walking beam of the Eureka is silhouetted against the bridge which was to become the tombstone of the ferry fleet. (Southern Pacific Photo N-496-9.)

 

:278 [View from beneath San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.]

 

:279 [Ferry slips and Telegraph Hill, San Francisco.]

 

:280 [The Embarcadero, San Francisco. Ferry Building in distance.]

 

:281 Ferry Building, San Francisco. [Postcard. Photograph by Piggott.]

 

:282 Ferry Bldg. from the Bay, San Francisco.

 

:283 Oakland Mole.

 

:284 Oakland Mole, December 1954. Strs. Sacramento, Eureka. [Photograph by Francis Knorp.]

 

:285 Oakland Pier. 1940.

 

:286 [Ferry steamer Golden Era. 1933.] [Photograph by B.H. Ward.]

 

:287 [Ferry steamer Golden Era.]

 

:288 Lower deck of auto ferry. [Photograph by Ted Wurm.]

 

:289 [Ferry steamer Klamath.]

 

:290 [Ferry steamer Klamath.]

 

:291 [Ferry steamer Golden Shore.]

 

:292 Auto ferry -- San Francisco Bay. "Southern Pacific-Golden Gate Ferries, Ltd." [Ferry steamer Fresno.]

 

:293 [Ferry steamer Golden Dawn.]

 

:294 [Ferry steamer Golden Coast.]

 

:295 [Ferry steamer Golden Era. 1933.] [Photograph by B.H. Ward.]

 

:296 Belvedere and Angel Islands from Sausalito, California. [Postcard.]

 

:297 Southern Pacific-Golden Gate Ferries, Ltd. operate fleets of fast auto ferries on the San Francisco Bay. [Postcard.]

 

:298 M. S. Mendocino , one of the latest type electric diesel auto ferry boats. [Postcard.]

 

:299 Automobile ferry on San Francisco Bay. [M.S. Redwood Empire.] [Postcard.]

 

:300 Angel Island from Sausalito, California. [Postcard.]

 

:301 On San Francisco Bay, 1938. [M.S. Stockton. San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge in background.]

 

:302 The City of Sacramento, one of the Southern Pacific Golden Gate Ferries, Ltd. Fast auto and passenger ferries. [Postcard.]

 

:303 [M.S. San Mateo .]

 

:304 Auto Ferry, San Francisco Bay. Southern Pacific-Golden Gate Ferries, Ltd. [M.S. Lake Tahoe .]

 

:305 Old and new transportation. San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. Fresno. [Postcard.]

 

:306 Excellent ferry service is maintained between San Francisco and Marin County by the Southern Pacific-Golden Gate Ferries. [M.S. Santa Rosa.]

 

:307 Auto ferry -- San Francisco Bay. "Southern Pacific-Golden Gate Ferries, Ltd." [M.S. Fresno.]

 

:308 Auto ferry, San Francisco Bay. Southern Pacific-Golden Gate Ferries, Ltd. [M.S. Klamath.]

 

:309 Auto ferry -- San Francisco Bay, Southern Pacific-Golden Gate Ferries, Ltd. [M.S. Yosemite.]

 

:310 [M.S. Redwood Empire.]

 

:311 [M.S. Argentina .]

 

:312 [M.S. Golden Gate.]

 

:313 [Unidentified ferry in dock.]

 

:314 [M.S. Redwood Empire.]

 

:315 [M.S. Lake Tahoe .]

 

:316 Auto ferry boat Lake Tahoe on trial trip on San Francisco Bay. Constructed for The Southern Pacific Co. by the Moore Dry-Dock Co., Oakland, Cal., May 25, 1927.

 

:317 Auto ferry boat Lake Tahoe on trial trip on San Francisco Bay. Constructed for The Southern Pacific Co. by the Moore Dry-Dock Co., Oakland, Cal., May 25, 1927.

 

:318 [M.S. City of Sacramento.]

 

:319 Old ferry boat graveyard. Near Hunters Point. Remains of S.P. [i.e. Southern Pacific] Bay City and Monticello Arrow. River boats and lumber schooners.

 

:320 Sessions Basin. East Oakland. [Ferry steamer Amador]

 

:321 [Remains of ferry steamer Alameda.] [From collection of E.A. Cohen.]

 

:322 Oakland Estuary. [From collection of Vernon Sappers.]

 

:323 [Reproduction of article on collision of ferryboats Alameda and El Capitan. From The Mirror, February 22, 1879.]

 

:324 Collision of the ferry boats Alameda and El Capitan, Wednesday, February 19, 1879. [Reproduction of illustration from unidentified print source.]

 

:325 [Ferry steamer El Capitan, partially submerged after collision with ferry steamer Alameda. 1879.]

 

:326 [Ferry steamer Encinal.]

 

:327 Hulk of car ferrt [i.e. ferry] Solano. At Antioch, Cal., 1967. S.C.P. [i.e. Society of California Pioneers].

 

:328 Engine "A" frames & hulk of ferry Solano. Antioch, California, 1967. S.C.P. [i.e. Society of California Pioneers].

 

:329 Hulk of ferry Solano. Engine "A" frames. At Antioch, Cal., 1967. S.C.P. [i.e. Society of California Pioneers.]

 

:330 The last certificate of inspection, Nov. 1929 to Nov. 1930. [For ferry steamer Solano. Issued by U.S. Department of Commerce, Steamboat Inspection Service.]

 

:331 [Wreck of Berkeley ]

 

:332 [Wreck of ferry steamer Santa Clara]

 

:333 [Ferry steamer Encinal partly submerged.]

Volumes 36-37.

Subseries 4: United States Navy and Coast Guard. Ca. 1880-ca. 1922

Physical Description: 334 Photographs.
 

Volume 36: United States Navy -- Construction of Vessels

 

:1 U.S.S. Ohio, June 30, 1900.

 

:2 U.S.S. Ohio, June 29, 1903.

 

:3 U.S.S. Ohio, June 30, 1900.

 

:4 U.S.S. Ohio, June 30, 1900.

 

:5 U.S.S. Ohio, June 29, 1903.

 

:6 U.S.S. Ohio, June 29, 1903.

 

:7 Ohio, June 24, 1902.

 

:8 Ohio, June 24, 1902.

 

:9 U.S.S. South Dakota . U.S.S. California. June 29, 1903.

 

:10 U.S.S. California , June 29, 1903.

 

:11 Tacoma, June 24, 1902.

 

:12 California , June 24, 1902.

 

:13 U.S.S. California , June 29, 1903.

 

:14 U.S.S. Milwaukee , June 29, 1903.

 

:15 U.S.S. California , June 29, 1903.

 

:16 U.S.S. California , Oct. 21, 1907.

 

:17 U.S.S. California from starboard bow, June 30, 1905.

 

:18 U.S.S. California from port beam, June 30, 1905.

 

:19 U.S.S. California , Oct. 21, 1907.

 

:20 U.S.S. California , Oct. 21, 1907.

 

:21 U.S.S. California , Oct. 21, 1907.

 

:22 U.S.S. California , Oct. 21, 1907.

 

:23 U.S.S. South Dakota, June 29, 1903.

 

:24 U.S.S. South Dakota, June 29, 1904.

 

:25 U.S.S. Milwaukee , June 29, 1904.

 

:26 U.S.S. South Dacota [i.e. South Dakota] from starboard quarter, June 30, 1905.

 

:27 U.S.S. South Dacota [i.e. South Dakota] from port bow, June 30, 1905.

 

:28 Aug. 1, 1906 U.S.S. South Dakota, port side, looking aft.

 

:29 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 22, 1907.

 

:30 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 28, 1907.

 

:31 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 28, 1907.

 

:32 U.S.S. South Dakoto [i.e. South Dakota] Sept. 28, 1907.

 

:33 U.S.S. South Dakoto [i.e. South Dakota] June 29 1904.

 

:34 U.S.S. South Dakota, June 29 1904.

 

:35 U.S.S. South Dakota, June 29, 1903.

 

:36 U.S.S. South Dakota, June 29, 1903.

 

:37 [Junior?] officer's stateroom. [U.S.S. California?] Oct. 21, 1907.

 

:38 U.S.S. California , Oct. 21, 1907.

 

:39 U.S.S. California , Oct. 21, 1907.

 

:40 U.S.S. California , Oct. 21, 1907.

 

:41 Ward R. Stateroom. U.S.S. California, Oct. 21, 1907.

 

:42 U.S.S. California , Oct. 21, 1907.

 

:43 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 22, [1907].

 

:44 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 22, [1907].

 

:45 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 29, [1907].

 

:46 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 29, [1907].

 

:47 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 22, [1907].

 

:48 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 29, [1907].

 

:49 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 22, [1907].

 

:50 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 28, [1907].

 

:51 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 22, [1907].

 

:52 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 22, [1907].

 

:53 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 28, [1907].

 

:54 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 29, [1907].

 

:55 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 28, [1907].

 

:56 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 19, [1907].

 

:57 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 22, [1907].

 

:58 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 22, [1907].

 

:59 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 22, [1907].

 

:60 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 28, [1907].

 

:61 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 28, [1907].

 

:62 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 28, [1907].

 

:63 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 28, [1907].

 

:64 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 29, [1907].

 

:65 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 28, [1907].

 

:66 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 28, [1907].

 

:67 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 28, [1907].

 

:68 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 28, [1907].

 

:69 U.S.S. South Dakota, Sept. 29, [1907].

 

:70 Milwaukee. No. 1 Fireroom, looking to port. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:71 U.S.S. Milwaukee , June 29, 1903.

 

:72 U.S.S. Milwaukee , June 29, 1903.

 

:73 U.S.S. Milwaukee from starboard bow, June 30, 1905.

 

:74 U.S.S. Milwaukee from aft. June 30, 1905.

 

:75 U.S.S. Milwaukee from starboard beam, June 30, 1905.

 

:76 Milwaukee. [Illegible]... deck, looking forward, bow. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:77 Milwaukee. Flying bridge, looking to starboard. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:78 Milwaukee. Galley sky light. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:79 Milwaukee. Upper deck aft, w.o. skylight. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:80 Milwaukee. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:81 Milwaukee. Stearing [i.e. Steering] wheel, flying bridge. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:82 Milwaukee. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:83 Milwaukee. Engine room, looking forward, starboard. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:84 Milwaukee. Fire room no. 3, looking forward. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:85 Milwaukee. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:86 Milwaukee. Berth deck, general work shop. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:87 Milwaukee. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:88 Milwaukee. Stearing [i.e. Steering] engine. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:89 Milwaukee. [Leeward?] fresh water pump. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:90 Milwaukee. General mess, pantry. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:91 Milwaukee . [Firemen's?] wash room, berth deck. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:92 Milwaukee . [Cabin?] pantry. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:93 Milwaukee . [Ward?] R., pantry, gun dock. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:94 Milwaukee. Captain's office. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:95 Milwaukee . Captain's bath. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:96 Milwaukee . Captain's cabin, gun deck. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:97 Milwaukee . Engine room hatch, Butt deck, arm bars. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:98 Milwaukee . [Illegible]... 3 gun mount, gun deck, port side. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:99 Milwaukee. Sick bay, armored hatch, hand gun hoist. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:100 Milwaukee. Port 5600 lb. boat crane. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:101 Milwaukee. Handling room, aft flat form. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:102 Milwaukee. Captains state room. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:103 Preble, June 19, 1902.

 

:104 U.S.S. Tacoma , April 18, 1903. Sheathing bilge keel ready for coppering.

 

:105 U.S.S. Tacoma , April 18, 1903. Sheathing, putty holes marked.

 

:106 U.S.S. Tacoma , April 18, 1903. Injecting red lead by hydrostatic pressure.

 

:107 U.S.S. Tacoma , April 18, 1903. Teaksheathing before coppering.

 

:108 Tacoma, June 24, 1902.

 

:109 Tacoma, June 24, 1902.

 

:110 U.S.S. Preble , June 30, 1900.

 

:111 U.S.S. Wyoming , June 30, 1900.

 

:112 U.S.S. Wyoming , June 30, 1900.

 

:113 U.S.S. Wyoming , June 30, 1900.

 

:114 U.S.S. Perry , June 30, 1900.

 

:115 U.S.S. Perry , June 30, 1900.

 

:116 U.S.S. Perry , June 30, 1900.

 

:117 U.S.S. Paul Jones, June 30, 1900.

 

:118 Paul Jones, June 24, 1902.

 

:119 Ohio, June 24, 1902.

 

:120 U.S.S. Paul Jones, June 30, 1900.

 

:121 U.S.S. Paul Jones, June 30, 1900.

 

:122 Preble, June 19, 1902.

 

:123 Preble, June 19, 1902.

 

:124 U.S.S. Preble , June 30, 1900.

 

:125 U.S.S. Preble , June 30, 1900.

 

:126 Preble, June 19, 1902.

 

:127 Preble, June 19, 1902.

 

:128 [ Grampus? Cf. No. 36:131.]

 

:129 [ Grampus? Cf. No. 36:131.]

 

:130 Grampus. June 24, 1902.

 

:131 Grampus. June 24, 1902.

 

Volume 37: United States Navy -- Coast Guard

 

:1 [Unidentified ship.]

 

:2 [Unidentified ship.]

 

:3 [Unidentified ship.]

 

:4 View of San Francisco, Formerly Yerba Buena in 1846-7, Before the Discovery of Gold. [Reproduction of lithograph by Captain W.F. Swasey. Certified by signatures of Jonathan D. Stevenson, Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo, and George Hyde.]

 

:5 1880. Monitors, Mare Island. [Duplicate of No. 37:24.]

 

:6 Hartford Entering Golden Gate. W.A. Coulter. [Reproduction of painting. Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:7 [Unidentified ship. Photocopy of photograph.]

 

:8 [Unidentified ship. Photocopy of photograph.]

 

:9 [Unidentified ship. Photocopy of photograph.]

 

:10 Naval Reserve S.S. Marion. [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:11 [Naval Reserve S.S. Marion.]

 

:12 [Unidentified ship. Sailors sitting on masts.]

 

:13 Pensacola -- sail. [From collection of Louis S. Slevin.]

 

:14 Pensacola.

 

:15 [Unidentified ship.]

 

:16 Comanche.

 

:17 Section U. S. Navy Yard, Mare Island, California.

 

:18 [Unidentified ships. San Francisco Bay?]

 

:19 U.S.S.S. Hartford .

 

:20 U.S. Naval Training School, Yerba Buena Island, San Francisco Bay. The historic wooden warship Pensacola firing a salute.

 

:21 U.S.S. Pensacola . Goat Island.

 

:22 [Unidentified ships. San Francisco Bay?]

 

:23 U.S. Training Ship Station at Yerba Buena Island; U.S.S. Pensacola on the right, U.S.S. Intrepid on the left.

 

:24 [Monitors. Mare Island.] [Duplicate of No. 37:5.]

 

:25 Comanche at dock foot, 3rd [i.e. Third] St., S.F. [i.e. San Francisco]. 1864.

 

:26 U.S. Cruiser Denver. [Photograph by Waldon Fawcett.]

 

:27 U.S.S. St. Louis. [Photograph by Waldon Fawcett.]

 

:28 U.S.S. Maine .

 

:29 U.S.S. Vesuvius .

 

:30 [Fleet. San Francisco Bay?] [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:31 [Fleet. San Francisco Bay?]

 

:32 U.S.S. California . [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:33 U.S.S. California . [Photograph by Turrill & Miller.]

 

:34 Aug. 1, 1906. U.S.S. California, starboard bow. U.S.S. South Dakota , port bow.

 

:35 [U.S.S. California .]

 

:36 U.S.S. California . [Group portrait of crew.]

 

:37 U.S.S. California . [October 21, 1907.]

 

:38 U.S.S. California . [October 21, 1907.]

 

:39 U.S.S. California , October 27, 1907.

 

:40 Aug. 1, 1906. U.S.S. California, starboard side, looking forward.

 

:41 U.S.S. California , Oct. 27, 1907.

 

:42 Aug. 1, 1906. U.S.S. California, starboard side, looking aft.

 

:43 U.S.S. California . [October 21, 1907.]

 

:44 Aug. 1, 1906. U.S.S. Milwaukee, bow view.

 

:45 Milwaukee. Forward end of superstructure. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:46 Aug. 1, 1906. U.S.S. Milwaukee, port quarter.

 

:47 Milwaukee. Broadside view. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:48 Milwaukee. [Bow?] view, figurehead & aft. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:49 Milwaukee. Upper deck looking aft. [November 30, 1906.]

 

:50 Aug. 1, 1906, U.S.S. Milwaukee, looking aft from forward upper bridge.

 

:51 Milwaukee. Main deck looking aft, stern. [November 30, 1906.]