THE WAVERTREEBeing an account of an ocean wanderer and particularly of a voyage around the Horn in 1907-1908 from the Narrative of Captain George Spears

By: Stanford, Peter and

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THE WAVERTREEBeing an account of an ocean wanderer and particularly of a voyage around the Horn in 1907-1908 from the Narrative of Captain George Spears by Stanford, Peter and Dunn, Charles D. and Frazer Alan D. and Campbell, George F
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South Sea Seaport, New York 1969. Oswald Brett's Mother Travas L Brett's copy. Signed by Oswald Brett. The 'Wavertree' is the last of the square-rigged sailing ships that traded to New York. This vessel is the pride of New York and now preserved as a Museum ship. Built 1885 traded into N.Y. During 1895 traded in the nitrate trade. Dismasted in 1910. Used as a wool store in 1911. Hulked. 1967. Acquired by South Sea Seaport 1968. No dust jacket. Two-tone blue cloth covered end boards. Good condition. 134pp. 260 x 175 mm

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