CONGAR, 42'8", cockpit area, 1949

gelatin silver print

Rosenfeld and Sons
emulsion on printing paper
overall: 8 x 10 in.

8x10 gelatin silver print made by Rosenfeld and Sons October 11, 1949 of the afterdeck of the vessel CONGAR showing the cockpit, wheel and compass. CONGAR was a 42'8" auxiliary cutter designed by W. L. Warner and built by Paul E. Luke of East Boothbay, Maine in 1949 and owned by S. J. Silberman of N Y. Stamped lower left on verso: "OCT 11 1949." Stamped in blue ink lower right area: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970 / 63443". Handwritten in orange wax pencil left side: "Congar, 42' cutter'". Stamped center along top: "Order No.__(660) / MOTOR BOATING EDITORIAL / Size ___(10/18) / Sent___ / Wanted__(10/20/49)". Handwritten in pencil lower right edge: "H3565-6-2" and lower right in pen: "Illus. 5170". No original negative, print only. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.

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Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection

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