Wreck and fire, sunk sidewheel steamer with tugboats, probably Erie Basin, Brooklyn, NY, January 9, 1901

gelatin silver print

PHOTOGRAPHS
Merritt-Chapman & Scott Corporation
USA, NY, Brooklyn, Erie Basin
1901-01-09
paper
4-3/8 x 6-3/8 in.

Gelatin silver print in photograph album 2008.28.4 of Merritt-Chapman & Scott Corporation salvage operations; handwritten in negative lower left "785"; unidentified wreck and fire, probably Erie Basin, Brooklyn, NY, January 9, 1901; fire hoses, sunken side wheel steamer; tugboats ADALAIDE of New York and JOHN FULLER of New York; see original negative 1964.660.133, and related photographs 2008.28.4.263-265.


2008.28.4.263

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