Category: wooden ship

More summer travelling. Theresa E. Connor, last of the saltbankers, at the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic, in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.

Edna Hoyt, Five-Masted Schooner, Lubec, 1930
Lubec Memorial Library
Maine Memory Network, Item 26737

Schooner Frank Brainerd, circa 1940
Brick Store Museum
Maine Memory Network, Item 21122

Schooner Julia Frances, Kennebunkport, 1889
Brick Store Museum
Maine Memory Network, Item 10671

The Hudson’s Bay Company’s M.S. Baymaud at the Evans, Coleman and Evans dock
[This is Amundsen’s Maud, during her time with the HBC.]
James Skitt Matthews, between 1925 and 1930
City of Vancouver Archives
Reference code AM54-S4-2-: CVA 371-1455

Schooner Savannah, Kennebunkport, 1901
Brick Store Museum
Maine Memory Network, Item 10669

Schooner Lavinia Campbell, circa 1900
Brick Store Museum
Maine Memory Network, Item 25017

Abandoned lightship, E. Boston or Chelsea
Leslie Jones, circa 1934–1956
Boston Public Library Print Department, Leslie Jones Collection
Accession # 08_06_023041

R.C.M.P. ship St. Roch at Evans, Coleman and Evans dock
C.H.M. Smith, circa 1929
City of Vancouver Archives
Reference code AM54-S4-: Bo N243

Chelsea, Mass., lightship service [Brenton Reef Lightship (LV-102?); possibly Relief Lightship LV-16 at left]
Leslie Jones, 8 March 1935
Boston Public Library Print Department, Leslie Jones Collection
Accession # 08_06_005905