Clearance issued by James De Lancey for a schooner to pass through New York Harbor, February 3, 1759
The Bark, "Theoxena."
3rd Ship of the "Australian Packet Line," Capt. A. Pelletier, Proprietor, 98 Wall St. | Capt. De Latour,...
Clipper Ship "Sovereign of the Seas."
E. Brown, Jr., Del.
[Native people paddling boat to greet ship at night.]
Dock Scene, New York.
[Large boat docked.]
[Tugboat and the vessels Robert Fulton and Lettie G. Howard docked at piers 15-17 in the South Street Seaport.]
Clipper Ship Dreadnought Off Tuskar Light
D. McFarlane Pinxt.
"Hove To" For a Pilot.
Sketched by J. Smith & Son, Brooklyn, L.I.
Clipper Ship "Sweepstakes."
Clipper Ship "Racer."
Clipper Ship "Dreadnought."
Off Sandy Hook February 23d. 1854. Nineteen days from Liverpool.
Clipper Ship "Hurricane" of New York.
Clipper Ship "Comet" of New York
In a hurricane off Bermuda, on her voyage from New York to San Francisco, Octr. 1852.
Clipper Ship "Great Republic."
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1853, by L. McKay, in the Clerk's Office of the District...
Clipper Ship "Ocean Express."
Outward bound, "discharging the pilot." | Sketched by J. Smith & Son, Brooklyn. L.I.
OpSail 2000 & Fireworks
July 4, 2000
Clipper Ship "Nightingale."
Getting under weigh off Battery, New York.