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09/03/1972
Vysehrad
The Vysehrad, on the Vltava at Zbraslav, Czech.
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Braun Brothers
Vysehrad
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Versailles
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Braun Brothers
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20th century
Untitled
Scene showing a two-stacked ocean liner in a stormy sea. This painting is signed "EH." View this painting in the Posner Virtual Museum: http://www.sshsa.org/posner_display.html?posner_id=13
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Posner Maritime
posner, ocean liner, steamship, ship
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Uganda
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Braun Brothers
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Torres
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Braun Brothers
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Stefan Batory
Polish Ocean Lines STEFAN BATORY a)MAASDAM
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Braun Brothers
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Statendam
Holland America Line's STATENDAM at New York in her original livery.
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Braun Brothers
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Saxonia
Cunard Line's SAXONIA at New York. Vessel built at Clydebank, Scotland in 1954. Stacks of QUEEN MARY at right.
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Braun Brothers
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Saxonia
Cunard Line's SAXONIA at New York. Vessel built at Clydebank, Scotland in 1954.
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Braun Brothers
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Santa Paula
Venezuela
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Chase Posters
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S.S. Washington
Former U.S.Lines liner WASHINGTON in the Hudson River Reserve Fleet.
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Braun Brothers
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1964
S.S. Uruguay
Retired liner URUGUAY a) CALIFORNIA, built for Panama Pacific Line's intercoastal service through the Panama Canal. Later ran to South America for Moore-McCormack Lines. Vessel built at Newport News, VA and delivered in January of 1928. Shown in 1964 stranded on a mud bank near the Bordentown, NJ scrapyard where she soon met her end.
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Edward O. Clark
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