CONGAR, 42'8", interior living area, 1949
gelatin silver printPHOTOGRAPHS
Rosenfeld and Sons
gelatin silver print
overall: 8 x 10 in.
8x10 gelatin silver print made by Rosenfeld and Sons October 11, 1949 of the interior cabin of the vessel CONGAR showing the living area looking forward with built in benches on either side of hull and folding table in center and in the background the galley. 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: "OCT 11 1949." Stamped in blue ink lower right area: "MORRIS ROSENFELD / PHOTOGRAPHIC ILLUSTRATOR / 116 NASSAU STREET, N.Y. / Phone BEekman 3-4970 / 63445". Handwritten in orange wax pencil upper left: "Congar, cutter 42'". Stamped upper right: "Order No.__(660) / MOTOR BOATING EDITORIAL / Size ___(15/18) / Sent___ / Wanted__(10/20/49)". Handwritten in pencil upper right edge: "H3565-6-4" and lower right: "Illus. 5170". No original negative, print only. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.
Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection