M.V. Port Welcome

Date:
1959
Creator:
Edward O. Clark
Publisher/Studio:
Edward O. Clark

Baltimore, MD excursion vessel, port side, anchored near a bridge

Location:
1029 Waterman Avenue East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Identifier:
SSHSA_EOC_SL_08534
Institution:
The Steamship Historical Society of America

Sabino

Date:
1908-
Creator:
Braun Brothers
Publisher/Studio:
Braun Brothers

Steamer SABINO a) TOURIST in Casco Bay Lines' service at Portland, ME.

Location:
1029 Waterman Avenue East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Identifier:
SSHSA_BB_SL_03017
Institution:
The Steamship Historical Society of America

Alden

Date:
1914-1919
Creator:
Edward O. Clark
Publisher/Studio:
Edward O. Clark

WWI commercial vessel, bow/port side, docked

Location:
1029 Waterman Avenue East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Identifier:
SSHSA_EOC_SL_07809
Institution:
The Steamship Historical Society of America

SS United States, with tugs

Creator:
Braun Brothers
Publisher/Studio:
Braun Brothers
Identifier:
10295 LR Crop1
Institution:
The Steamship Historical Society of America

Engine Room Telegraph, SS Nobska (1925)

Date:
C. 1925

Nobska served Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard from such ports as Woods Hole, New Bedford, and Providence for 47 years.

Location:
1029 Waterman Avenue East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Identifier:
telegraph1.large.jpg
Institution:
The Steamship Historical Society of America

SS President Grant

Date:
1950s
Creator:
Edward O. Clark
Publisher/Studio:
Edward O. Clark

American President Lines' ocean freighter on the Delaware River

Identifier:
SSHSA_EOC_SL_01320
Institution:
The Steamship Historical Society of America

SS Leviathan

Date:
1920s-1930s
Publisher/Studio:
Steamship Historical Society of America

Built in Germany in 1914 for the Hamburg American Line, she became a U.S. troop transport during WWI. After struggling to compete on the Atlantic, she was laid up, later being scrapped before WWII.

Location:
1029 Waterman Avenue East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Identifier:
SSHSA_MSC_GN_00152
Institution:
The Steamship Historical Society of America

RMS Queen Mary

Date:
1950s
Creator:
Edward O. Clark
Publisher/Studio:
Edward O. Clark

Cunard Line's QUEEN MARY leaving her Manhattan pier. Built in 1936, she held the Blue Riband for transatlantic speed from 1938 to 1952. Assisted by Moran Towing's E. F. MORAN JR.

Location:
1029 Waterman Avenue East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Identifier:
SSHSA_EOC_SL_00837
Institution:
The Steamship Historical Society of America

SS France

Date:
1962-1974
Creator:
Edward O. Clark
Publisher/Studio:
Edward O. Clark

French Line's FRANCE, bow view at New York. Lines for lifeboats are hanging over the side. FRANCE was the world's longest liner in her time and second only to the UNITED STATES in speed.

Location:
1029 Waterman Avenue East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Identifier:
SSHSA_EOC_SL_10825
Institution:
The Steamship Historical Society of America

F. E. Weyerhaeuser

Date:
1950s
Creator:
Edward O. Clark
Publisher/Studio:
Edward O. Clark

Liberty ship F. E. WEYERHAEUSER a. JAMES KERNEY, built by Bethlehem-Fairfield Shipyard at Baltimore, MD in 1944.

Location:
1029 Waterman Avenue East Providence, Rhode Island 02914
Identifier:
SSHSA_EOC_SL_01081
Institution:
The Steamship Historical Society of America