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[Bridge Damaged by Being Struck by Ship]
Photograph of a bridge damaged by being struck by the S.S. Splendor. The bridge is upright in the air, and four men are on the dock in front of it. There is handwriting on the back of the photograph that describes the scene and dates it April 26, 1916.
[Debris After Explosion]
Photograph of a distant view of the aftermath of an explosion of the Gulf Tanker "Venezuela" while loading high-test gasoline, on April 12, 1926. The damage to the tanker is visible, and there is debris on board. There is a stamp from Trost Studio on the bottom right corner.
[Debris After Gulf Tanker Explosion]
Photograph of the aftermath of an explosion of the Gulf Tanker "Venezuela" while loading high-test gasoline, on April 12, 1926. The damage to the tanker is visible, and there is debris on board. There is a stamp from Trost Studio on the bottom right corner.
[Fleet of Shrimp Boats]
Photograph of a fleet of shrimping boats at a dock. The names of the boats in the front row, from left to right, read, "Miss Patterson," "Frances," and "Dutch Harbor." A stamp on the back of the photograph identifies the photographer as J. C. Watkins.
[Portrait of Mail Boy at Texas Company Terminal]
Photograph of a young mail boy identified as Percy Underhill. He is wearing a hat, button up shirt, and tie, and holding a large mail bag. The back of the photograph is a postcard, and has writing that says the photograph was taken at the Texas Co. Terminal on April 30, 1912.