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Photograph Lot: Our research indicates that the photographs were taken by a sailor aboard the Battleship Kentucky during the March 23, 1901 to March 1, 1902 cruise. The cruise departed from the US and proceeded east past the Azore, Islands through the Strait of Gibraltar, down the Suez Canal, past India, past China, and toured the Philippines and up to Japan. The Battleship Kentucky was commissioned in 1900 and retired in 1920. The Gun Boat Monacacy was built in 1866 and retired in 1903.
All of the photographs (54) will be sold as one collection. Most of the photographs are in good to excellent condition and show mostly scenes from various stops on the cruise. Very limited photographs of the Battleship Kentucky.
The are 31/2 x 43/4 inches on white cardboard mats of 51/2 x 61/2 inches. Descriptions are from the backs of the photographs. Some spelling errors are possible and photographs are not in order of cruise.
LOT SOLD TO PHILIPPINE COLLECTOR < /P>
|Custom House at Port Said Egypt, Africa.||A Filipino House and Boat at Baccor, Philippine Island||Church at Cavite, Philippines Island||A Macabebe Scout||Fort at Isabella|
|Light House at Jolo, Sulu Island||Wreck of two Spanish Ships||United States Gun Boat Monocacy||Temple at Nagasaki, Japan||Bell at a Temple with Sailor|
Following pictures are 35/8 x 45/8 inches on gray cardboard mats 57/8 x 67/8 inches.
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