Steamship KAISER WILHELM DER GROSSE being towed from Hoboken, NJ, Pier Fire of June 30, 1900

gelatin print

PHOTOGRAPHS
Merritt-Chapman & Scott Corporation
USA, NJ, Hoboken
1900-06-30
paper
3 x 4-3/8 in.

Gelatin print in album 2008.28.3 of Merritt & Chapman Derrick & Wrecking Co.; handwritten in negative lower left "722"; identified by Norman Brouwer, 2010, and Robert Gordon, 1993, as German passenger liner KAISER WILHELM DER GROSSE under tow by 4 tugboats, being towed away from Hoboken Pier fire, June 30, 1900; see original negative 1964.660.96; see duplicate 2008.28.4.208.


2008.28.3.113

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