Steamer CITY OF BROCKTON aground in Hell Gate, New York, April 6, 1922

gelatin silver print

PHOTOGRAPHS
Merritt-Chapman & Scott Corporation
USA, NY, New York, Hell Gate
1922-04-06
paper
4-7/8 x 6-3/4 in.

Gelatin silver print in photograph album 2008.28.5 of Merritt-Chapman & Scott Corporation salvage operations; handwritten upper right "7422"; port stern view of sidewheel steamer CITY OF BROCKTON aground in Hell Gate, New York, after running aground April 6, 1922; from original negative 1964.660.2450; see related photographs 2008.28.5.102-108; see accession file for New York Times article of 4/7/1922 about steamers CONCORD and CITY OF BROCKTON running aground in the fog .


2008.28.5.104

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