Two fishing boats moored in Orca, Cordova, 1946
- Two fishing boats moored in Orca, Cordova, 1946
- West, H. H. (Henry Hebard), 1872-1958
- Date Created
- September 8, 1946
- No linguistic content
- West (H. H.) Collection
According to the negative sleeve, this set of photographs is captured in color. The scans of these images are in black and white.
Close-up view of 2 boats, Orca and Sitkof, moored at Orca (Cordova), Alaska. The Orca sits in partial view at left and is nearest to camera. The bow enters frame from the left and is viewed from the side; it faces right. Its bridge cabin sits atop its deck. A mast stands behind the helm and extends beyond the top frame. "ORCA" is written on the side of the bow. Moored beside and behind the Orca is the Sitkof. Like the Orca, its bow also enters frame from the left, but extends almost to the right edge. It is viewed from the side and faces right. The bridge cabin on the upper deck is mostly hidden behind the cabin of the Orca. "SITKOF" is written along the side of the bow. Behind and to the right of the Sitkof, a building stands in the background, entering frame at right and stretching towards center. Several punch holes line both the top and bottom edges.
- 1 photographic negative
- b&w nitrate negative
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