[Alcatraz and the Aquila (clipper ship), San Francisco, with "Sea Bathing" venue in foreground]
Watkins, Carleton E., 1829-1916., photographer
The clipper ship Aquila [variously spelled Acquilla. Acquila, Aquilla] carried the disassembled monitor Comanche from New
York to San Francisco in 1863. Upon arrival she sank alongside a wharf during a Nov. 16th storm, and the Comanche parts were
salvaged for assembly.
1 photographic print :albumen
Local Call Number:
BANC PIC 19xx.198 v.2:14--ffALB
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