Maritime Scrapbooks 1911-1961, MS. 2671

Maryland Historical Society
Library of Maryland History

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Maritime Scrapbooks, 1911-1961
Scrapbook, 1961

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Maritime Scrapbooks, 1911-1961
Scrapbook, 1961

Maryland Historical Society

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Descriptive Summary

Maritime Scrapbooks, 1911-1961

MS. 2671

Maryland Historical Society

Baltimore MD 21201-4674


Comments

BEATTY, SIR DAVID 1871-1936

EARHART, AMELIA 1898-1937

FISHER, SIR WILLIAM 1875-1937

FOSTER, CAPT. ENOS (fl. 1911)

FRENCH, SIR JOHN 1852-1925

HAIG, SIR DOUGLAS 1861-1928

HITLER, ADOLF 1889-1945

JELLICOE, SIR JOHN 1859-1935

JONES, JOHN PAUL 1747-1792

KITCHENER, LORD 1850-1916

ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN DELANO 1858-1945

SCHLEY, WINFIELD SCOTT (FL. 1911)

SHIPS--Augusta Quinn, 1957

SHIPS--Avalon (steamship), 1888

SHIPS--Bismark, 1941

SHIPS--Carolina (steamship), 1877-1932

SHIPS--City of Baltimore (steamship), 1911-1957

SHIPS--Emerson C. Harrington

SHIPS--Emma Giles, 1887

SHIPS--Kobenhaun, 1928

SHIPS--Lusitania, 1915

SHIPS--Maryland, 1921

SHIPS--Monojahela, 1918

SHIPS--Onondaga (cutter), 1911

SHIPS--Seneca, 1911

SHIPS--U.S.S. Chaumont

SHIPS--U.S.S. Lexington, 1937

SHIPS--U.S.S. Olympia, 1932

SHIPS--U.S.S. Yorktown, ca. 1961

SHIPWRECKS, 20th c.

SHIPWRECKS--Chesapeake Bay, 20th c.

SHIPWRECKS--North Carolina, 20th c.

SPANISH CIVIL WAR, 1936-1939

SUBMARINE WARFARE--World War I

SUBMARINE WARFARE--World War II

UNITED STATES--Navy

WILLIS, CAPT. A. L. (fl. 1911)

WORLD WAR II--Navy

WORLD WAR I--Navy

AUGUSTA QUINN (ship), 1957

WILLIS, CAPT. A. L. (fl. 1911)

WORLD WAR II--Navy

WORLD WAR I--Navy

AUGUSTA QUINN (ship), 1957

AVALON (steamship), 1888

BISMARK (ship), 1941

CAROLINA (steamship), 1877-1932

CITY OF BALTIMORE (steamship), 1911-1937

EMERSON C. HARRINGTON (ferry)

EMMA GILES (ship), 1887

KOBENHAUN (ship), 1928

LUSITANIA (ship), 1915

MARYLAND (battleship), 1921

MONOJAHELA (ship), 1918

ONONDAGA (cutter), 1911

SENECA (destroyer), 1911

U.S.S. CHAUMONT

U.S.S. LEXINGTON, 1937

U.S.S. OLYMPIA, 1932

U.S.S. Yorktown, ca. 1961