ABENAKI aground at Bostwick Point, Gardner's Island, New York, 1943

black-and -white negative

PHOTOGRAPHS - SOFT NEGATIVES
SYLVIA, RICHARD PRATT
USA: New York; Bostwick Point
March 29, 1943
safety film
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Soft negative photographed by Richard Pratt Sylvia March 29, 1943. View of the auxiliary schooner ABENAKI aground at Bostwick Point on Gardner's Island, New York. ABENAKI was a 50'1" auxiliary schooner, sail #54, built in 1930 by Charles A. Morse & Son of Thomaston, Maine from designs by John G. Alden. Other names later were STORMALONG and during World War II, CGR-3032. Image was found in negative sleeve stamped, "X035" and marked, "CGR-3032 (Abenaki) aground/ on Bostwick Point, Gardner's Island/ 29 March, 1943". Object is from a collection of 445 soft negatives taken by Richard Pratt Sylvia of the World War II American Anti-Submarine Coastal Picket Patrol fleet. CREDIT LINE MANDATORY: Mystic Seaport, Richard Pratt Sylvia Collection.


ABENAKI auxiliary schooner
1997.108.73

Mystic Seaport, Richard Pratt Sylvia Collection


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