Wreck of the William F. Marshall near shore, Nantucket, Mass., March 9, 1877
A black and white stereo view depicting the wrecked Wm. F. Marshall on the south side of Nantucket Island. The ship was built in Saint Johns, New Brunswick. A rescue operation is in full force with a "breeches buoy" attached to the ship and manned on shore by life-savers.
- Collection Name
- General photographic collection
- Collection Code
- Acquisition Type
- Physical Description
- 3.5x 7 (HxW) (inches)
- Collection Type
- Description Level
- Reference Code
Freeman, J. (Photographer)
- Descriptive Terms
barks (sailing vessels)
- Material Type
Nantucket county (Massachusetts) [county]
- Places (Buildings)
Wm. F. Marshall (Schooner)
W.H.Bunting, The Camera's Coast: Historic Images of Ship and Shore in New England (Boston: Historic New England, 2006) pg. 116.
Original in Stereos - Subjects - Shipping - Sailing vessels - Wrecks
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