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Name purse seiner

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Image of PR.0027.002-.004 - Drawing, Technical

PR.0027.002-.004 - Drawing, Technical

The TINY BOY II was a purse seiner fishing boat designed in 1941 by Seattle Naval Architect H. C. Hanson for Henry Bowman of Alaska. As documented in the 1948 Port of Anacortes report, it came to Anacortes regularly. These technical drawings of the TINY BOY II include specifications and various viewpoints. In particular, her LOA was 57', Beam was 15', and Draft was 6'3".

Image of 2000.017.024 - Model - Ship

2000.017.024 - Model - Ship

Fishing Vessel -Model of Purse Seiner in Glass case - Purse Seiner style Cannery Tender easily adapted to seining by adding a power block. Made by Bill Lowman

Image of 2007.027.001 - Halfman

2007.027.001 - Halfman

Green-colored oak halfman used as a roller to guide nets on port side of purse seiner. (Paint is largely worn off). It is long, and tapered with metal center emerging 3/4" at top end and has an oval ring at the base.

Image of 2007.027.002 - Halfman

2007.027.002 - Halfman

Red-colored oak halfman used on starboard side of purse seiner. It is a cone shaped with a bronze oval ring at the top of the roller, centered and emerging 2" at top. The rollers were used to guide nets over the purse seiner.

Image of 2007.027.003 - Oar

2007.027.003 - Oar

Wooden oar with braided rope "cuff"on pole. There is a wood chunk missing from the paddle bottom.

Image of 2007.027.004 - Oar

2007.027.004 - Oar

Wooden oar for purse seiner; without braided cuff.

Image of 2007.027.005 - Plunger

2007.027.005 - Plunger

Plunger, consisting of a wooden pole, splintered at one end, with a metal cup attached to base. The plunger was used to push fish back into the seine nets.

Image of 2007.027.006 - Float

2007.027.006 - Float

Spanish cork, circular float used on seine nets.

Image of 2007.027.007 - Float

2007.027.007 - Float

Spanish cork, circular float used on seine nets.

Image of 2015.054.020 - Print, Photographic

2015.054.020 - Print, Photographic

The RUDY M. is a model of a purse seine boat. It was made by C.W. Malland in February 1991, probably for Rudy Malland. There is no record of such a boat in vessel registrations in Washington.

Image of PR.0027.001 - Model

PR.0027.001 - Model

The original TINY BOY II was a purse seiner fishing boat designed in 1941 by Seattle Naval Architect H. C. Hanson for Henry Bowman of Alaska. As documented in the 1948 Port of Anacortes report, it came to Anacortes regularly. Clinton Knapp hand-made a model of the TINY BOY II which has been accessioned as a prop to be displayed at the Maritime Heritage Center.

Image of 1997.092 -

1997.092 -

Three gentlemen standing on dock with purse seiners, the one to the far right is Paul Luvera (suit, bow tie, glasses and bald). A few of the boat names can be partially read, such as: L(?)ARK, VERIBU... The men are all dressed in suits and ties. One is wearing a hat and glasses, and is pointing at perhaps a boat. A newpaper article (ANACORTES AMERICAN) dated November, 1953, has a photograph of these same 3 men on the dock. the caption reads: "Anacortes is in for a gusty political Friday as Congressman Jack Westland (pictured above) and Senator Warren G. Magnuson appear here tomorrow. Both are scheduled to speak at the Empire cafe, Magnuson will be heard at noon

Image of 1997.103 - Fishing boat at unknown location

1997.103 - Fishing boat at unknown location

Purse Seiner, stamped on reverse: "Gladding-Hearn Shipbuilding Corporation; Sumerset, Mass" Location is unknown.

Image of 1997.104 - Pulling in a seine net

1997.104 - Pulling in a seine net

Pulling in seine net with a revolving drum -- side view of boat.

Image of 1997.105 - Pulling in a purse seine net

1997.105 - Pulling in a purse seine net

Fishermen pulling in a seine net on the fishing boat "CAROLINA BELINGHAM" with a revolving drum. Back of photo is stamped, "Anacortes Chamber of Commerce, Anacortes, Washington"

Image of 1997.107 - Bringing seine net onboard

1997.107 - Bringing seine net onboard

Fishermen stowing seine net onboard.

Image of 1997.108 - Purse Seiner YANKEE BOY

1997.108 - Purse Seiner YANKEE BOY

Purse Seiner, YANKEE BOY, out of Bellingham. Shows approximately seven fishermen aboard, probably laying out the nets as they are empty.

Image of D.XX.003.123 - Purse seiners moored on Guemes Channel

D.XX.003.123 - Purse seiners moored on Guemes Channel

Backs of two fishing boats: CLEVELAND, Anacortes and AMERICAN BEAUTY, Los Angeles. They are moored on the Guemes Channel. Large boat in background. On back : Anacortes Museum rights stamps, "22" and stamped "4124"

Image of 1999.053.001.A-G - Building the UNCLE JOHN

1999.053.001.A-G - Building the UNCLE JOHN

Photograph "Building of the Uncle John ". The UNCLE JOHN was a 46.5 foot purse seiner which was built in 1913. To the left is owner John Babarovich. The boat builder John Taylor is to the right.

Image of 1999.053.002 - TWILIGHT purse seiner owned:Peter +Ernest Barbarovich +Frank Bozanich, 1915

1999.053.002 - TWILIGHT purse seiner owned:Peter +Ernest Barbarovich +Frank Bozanich, 1915

TWILIGHT purse seiner owned by Peter and Ernest Babarovich and Frank Bozanich, 1915. shown left to right: Peter Babarovich. John Babarovich, ?, Ernest Babarovich, Martin Guchee, ?, ?, Mary Babarovich, Lucille Bozanich, Frank Bozanich, Anthony Bozanich, and Clara Bozanich.