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YORK STATE and others ashore


Description
Media Type:
Image
Item Type:
Stereographs
Description:
Stereoview of the schooner YORK STATE of ASHTABULA and a second schooner ashore on the south shore of Lake Erie after being flushed out of Ashtabula Creek in September 1878. A segment of the broken "floating bridge" is in the foreground. Behind it is the YORK STATE. The schooner ashore in the distance is probably the JESSIE which was salvaged within the week. Alternatively it is the Canadian schooner ST. ANDREW which was also floated out into the Lake.
Inscriptions:
Reverse stamp:
Photographed by
Blakeslee & Moore
Ashtabula Ohio
Date of Publication:
13 Sep 1878
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
869
Language of Item:
English
  • Ohio, United States
    Latitude: 41.8954685495954 Longitude: -80.8255155664062
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YORK STATE and others ashore


Stereoview of the schooner YORK STATE of ASHTABULA and a second schooner ashore on the south shore of Lake Erie after being flushed out of Ashtabula Creek in September 1878. A segment of the broken "floating bridge" is in the foreground. Behind it is the YORK STATE. The schooner ashore in the distance is probably the JESSIE which was salvaged within the week. Alternatively it is the Canadian schooner ST. ANDREW which was also floated out into the Lake.