Monthly Archives: January 2017

Fisherman’s Wharf, Lagoon & Ramp, ca. 1936

Ernie W. just shared this fantastic image, scanned from a recently acquired negative. The negative came from Moulin Studios of San Francisco. Ernie had it scanned at high resolution, and the detail is wondrous. Ernie thought the image might be … Continue reading

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Scampo’s Hicks Goes on the Block

The Benicia Historical Museum, which owns Scampo, a 1915 Monterey that worked the Delta, is making a decision as soon as tomorrow night (Weds 1/25/17) on accepting one of several bids on Scampo’s Hicks engine. I don’t have the details, … Continue reading

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Double-ender at Noyo

Here’s a shot of another wall photo at Union Lumber in Fort Bragg, also via Mark M. The double-ender is an evolutionary step beyond the original Monterey Clipper form, but I’m sure a 1930’s Italian fisherman would be right at … Continue reading

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Noyo Mural

Mark M. forwarded the video pan (below) of a wall photo-mural found in Fort Bragg, at the Union Lumber Company store. A number of Monterey boats can be seen in the scene. Thanks Mark, and Happy New Year!     … Continue reading

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