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Two sailboats leaving the harbor in San Pedro, Los Angeles, about 1910
West, H. H. (Henry Hebard), 1872-1958
Date Created and/or Issued
[circa 1910]
Contributing Institution
UCLA, Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library
West (H. H.) Collection
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Distant view of two sailboats sailing in the water near San Pedro. The two boats are viewed from the side. The sailboat at left is slightly nearer to camera and sails towards the right. The boat at right is further out and sails towards the left. Water occupies the space surrounding the sailboats.
Text from negative sleeve: 1206. San Pedro, California, about 1910. The breakwater and Point Firmin [sic]. 1. We go down to watch the Catalina boat leaving San Pedro. Couple sailing boats leaving the harbor. 2. 3. Two pictures of our group. L to R: Bessie Velzy. Glen Velzy. Frances West. Mrs George M. West. Elizabeth West. Dead Man's Island shows in these 2 films. 4. Close up of group. L to R: Mrs George M. West with back to camera. Bess Velzy, Glen Velzy, Elizabeth & Frances West. 4 films
b&w nitrate negative
No linguistic content
Sailboats--American--California--Los Angeles
Port of Los Angeles
West (H. H.) Collection

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