Father Browne's ships and shipping

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Wolfhound Press, Mar 1, 2002 - Photography - 112 pages
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Father Frank Browne became famous in the wake of the Titanic disaster when his photographs, the only ones of the ship in sail, were published by newspapers all over the world. This new collection of Browne's photographs brings together a huge store of images of the great liners of the first half of the twentieth century with the lesser working vessels, such as ferries, mailboats, and tugs, and the people who worked and traveled on them.

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Contents

Introduction E E ODonnell
11
Chapter Two SHIPS IN PORT
37
Chapter Three PEOPLE
49
Chapter Five FUN AND GAMES
69
Chapter Six SHIPPING
75
continued Sir Thomas Uptons yacht Erin
81
Chapter Seven CREW AT WORK
91
Chapter Eight SEASCAPES AND SUNSETS
101
Transcriptions from Father Brownes Album
107
Copyright

About the author (2002)

O'Donnell is the sole curator of the vast collection of Father Browne photographs.

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