Men on board tugboat Transfer No. 6 in dry dock after sinking in Harlem River, New York, August 8, 1892

cyanotype

PHOTOGRAPHS
Merritt-Chapman & Scott Corporation
USA, NY, New York
1892-08-08
paper
4-5/8 x 6-3/8 in.

Cyanotype in photograph album 2008.28.1; Merritt-Chapman & Scott Corporation Collection; typed label glued to album page, "Propeller 'Transfer No 6' of the N.Y. N.H. & H.R.R.Co. sunk in 100 ft/ of water off 94th Street East River on aug 8th 1892."; handwritten on photograph "No 72"; man in business suit on board TRANSFER NO. 6 in dry dock, waving his hat to the photographer, De Lara Cigar factory in background; see related photographs 2008.28.106-107, 140-143.


2008.28.1.143

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