1. nickdrake:

    Bettie Page aboard a ship

    (via mudwerks)

    Tagged #Bettie Page
     
  2. Walter Damrosch aboard a ship

    ca. 1910-1915
    glass plate negative

    Walter Johannes Damrosch (January 30, 1862–December 22, 1950) was a German-born American conductor and composer. He is best remembered today as long-time director of the New York Symphony Orchestra and for conducting the world premiere performances of George Gershwin’s Piano Concerto in F (1925), and An American in Paris (1928).

     
  3. Odessa

    Come for the Maggoty Meat!  Stay for the Bullets to the Forehead!

    Created/Published: Moscou, Russia: Edité par Intourist, Société de Tourisme de L’URSS  Date issued: 1910-1959 Physical description: 1 print (poster): color

    Boston Public Library, Print Department

     
  4. Antique glass bottles from the sea, brought to land by a diver out on Long Island, NY, who has been recovering these bottles for years (read here).

    White Flower Farmhouse was able to purchase a portion of his collection and has them up for sale now.

    Tagged #sea glass
     
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  6. Leviathan: 1905

    SHORPY - Ecorse, Michigan, 1905. “S.S. William G. Mather, stern view before launch.” 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.

     
  7. Down the River: 1906

    SHORPY - The Savannah River circa 1906. “Down the river — Savannah, Georgia.” 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.

     
  8. Boats Abuilding: 1906

    SHORPY - Ecorse, Michigan, circa 1906. “Great Lakes Engineering Works.” Another view of this bustling shipyard on the Detroit River. Detroit Publishing Co. View full size.

     
  9. Alaska via Canadian Pacific. Taku Glacier

    Date issued: 1910-1959 (approximate)
    Physical description: 1 print (poster) : color

    Boston Public Library, Print Department

     
  10. Alec Icky Dunn

    The Kraken
    $14

    Another in a series of prints focusing on container ships and global capital.

    Blockprint - 10” x 12” - signed

    via PTLDME

     
  11. thingsihappentolike:

    The sinking of the Central America was international news. Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Weekly and other newspapers published artists’ re-creations of the tragedy.

    (via fuckyeahwrecks)

     
  12. Octo-Pie

    rand0mflora:

    AAAAAHHHHHH!!!! This is too cute!!
    (And the resemblance to this one is uncanny!)

    Tentacle Pot Pie

    (via mudwerks)

     
  13. Tagged #seals
     
  14. vintage strongman postcard

    from the Monkeyfist’s Image vaults

     
  15. Tagged #sea monsters