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Pacific Mail Steamship Co.'s steamer "City of Para"
Union Iron Works Co. (San Francisco), creator
Kemble, John Haskell, 1912-1990, donor
Contributing Institution
Huntington Library
Prints and Ephemera
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Ship plans show the Profile, Upper Deck, Main Deck, and Lower Deck of the steamship City of Para; the plans for the decks show storage, cargo spaces, along with passenger accommodations, the dining saloon, and other amenities. "Pacific Mail Steamship Co.'s Steamer City of Para"--title at top of drawing. "Case No. 361S Sheet No. 6689S"--lower right corner, stamped on original; numbers, in ms.; stamp and the case number are the similar to the one found on ephKMSP 006, indicating the origin of the drawing is Union Iron Works Co., San Francisco. No scale given. Unknown as to when the copy was made. Focus of item: City of Para.
Blueprint ; image 47.7 x 74.5 cm (18 3/4 x 29 5/16 in.) ; overall 77.4 x 81.7 cm (30 1/2 x 32 3/16 in.)
priJHK 00152
City of Para (Steamship : 1873-1923)
Naval architecture--Designs and plans
Passenger ships--United States--Design and construction
Ships--19th century--Pictorial works
Steamboat lines--United States
Shipping--Pacific Ocean
Steamboats--Design and construction
Pacific Mail Steamship Company
Plans, ship
John Haskell Kemble Collection
Prints and Ephemera, Huntington Digital Library

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