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 Resource Type: Photograph
 Decade: 1970-1979
 Year: 1971
 Collection: Rescuing Texas History, 2009
[The Monrovian Ship "Nautica"]

[The Monrovian Ship "Nautica"]

Date: 1971~
Creator: Watkins Studio
Description: Photograph of the "Nautica," a tanker owned by the Texas Company, out of Monrovia, Liberia. The ship has has one smokestack as well as many tall cranes, each of which is connected by a large amount of rigging. It is flying the American flag from a pole on the stern.
Contributing Partner: Port Arthur Public Library
[Otto Lindig Holding His Book with Others]

[Otto Lindig Holding His Book with Others]

Date: July 8, 1971
Creator: Dietel, Norman
Description: Photograph of elderly Otto Lindig sitting at a desk and holding up a copy of his book, "100 Years: Historical Recollections of Gillespie County." A seated woman to the left is holding a corner of the book. An elderly man sits to the left holding a hat. Another elderly man stands to the right.
Contributing Partner: LBJ Museum of San Marcos
[Tugboat Preparing to Pull Tanker]

[Tugboat Preparing to Pull Tanker]

Date: August 9, 1971
Creator: Watkins Studio
Description: Photograph of the Texaco tugboat "Havoline" assisting a full Texaco tanker to the sea with its load. The tanker is labeled as the "Wyoming" out of Wilmington, Delaware. One large smokestack on the bow of the ship carries the Texaco logo. An American flag is also flying from a pole on the bow. Another tanker, the "Nautica" out of Monrovia, is docked nearby.
Contributing Partner: Port Arthur Public Library
[Tugboats Pulling Tanker to Sea]

[Tugboats Pulling Tanker to Sea]

Date: August 9, 1971
Creator: Watkins Studio
Description: Photograph of the Texaco tugboats "E. M. Black" and "Havoline" assisting a full Texaco tanker to the sea with its load. Various crew members of all three ships are one the decks. The tanker is labeled as the Wyoming out of Wilmington, DE. One large smokestack on the bow of the ship carries the Texaco logo. An American flag is also flying from a pole on the bow.
Contributing Partner: Port Arthur Public Library