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Image of 1997.091 - Beaching of PRESIDENT

1997.091 - Beaching of PRESIDENT

Beaching of scenic boat PRESIDENT. The fishing steamer MCKINLEY was converted to motor power after it was damaged by fire and the hull purchased by Capt. Charles Norton of Anacortes for conversion to the gasoline halibut schooner PRESIDENT. On January 12, 1923, the gas schooner PRESIDENT, was wrecked in Alaskan waters at Bristol Bay. On the back of the photo is the date, "July 8-17" Is that July 8th through the 17th or July 8, 1917?

Image of D.IX.078.001 - grounded boat

D.IX.078.001 - grounded boat

A beached passenger ship with a skiff along side. Another larger boat, possibly a rescue tug, is on the far side of the passenger boat.

Image of D.IX.078.002 - grounded boat

D.IX.078.002 - grounded boat

A beached passenger ship with a skiff along side. Another larger boat, possibly a rescue tug, is on the far side of the passenger boat.

Image of D.XX.003.032 - Unknown girl in dinghy on shore

D.XX.003.032 - Unknown girl in dinghy on shore

"Ship-wrecked on Guemes." A young girl is in a skiff beached on Guemes Island.

Image of 1994.019.003.001-.011 - INVENTER beached

1994.019.003.001-.011 - INVENTER beached

INVENTOR, fishing boat belonging to Ivan Syrian, was grounded on West Beach at Whidbey Island.