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Includes chapter on the men on Atlantic coast lightship duty, with 14 photographs including rare photo of Lighthouse Service Quartermaster hat insignia. Clear, close, original 7 x 9 press photo shows excellent detail as the 36-foot motor-lifeboat (possibly CG-36422) from Cleveland searched a choppy Lake Erie for four Cleveland Boy Scouts adrift in a rubber raft, in a gale, on the 36-degree waters of Lake Erie. Well illustrated with official photographs, this work presents the work of men faced with danger in their daily occupations, barred to all but men without fear. One sheet 8 x 10 original stationery dated September 26, 1899. Remaining sheets 7 x 11 (1) and 5 x 8 (2) contain hand written notes on uniforms (duck suits, overcoat, Keepers cap, blue surfmans cap, pants, etc.) with prices and some sizes, specs., etc.
Throughout his career he championed this cause and helped to build one of the best life-saving services in the world. Very good article with engraved illustration of modern surfboat going to the rescue of a foundering ship, and a second of Mr. Full issue with numerous other articles of the day. Clear, close, original 7 x 9 press photo shows excellent detail as Mrs. Detailed 1 page article by the founder of the Life-Saving Service, Governor William A, Newell of New Jersey. Other chapters include the Harbor Patrol, blasters, test pilots, linemen and others. Clean, tight, nice copy in rare but edgeworn and chipped dj. After an all-night search by five Coast Guard boats and 10 planes, the boys bodies were recovered after 17 hours many miles off-shore. Hahn, Roland Farmer and Richard Bauer, perished from exposure during the night. Photo is b/w and includes date and description on back. Each entry is signed in the hand of the Keeper or Assistant. Additional notations indicate some difficulties with the lens and burner, mantle, no light due to burner problems, etc. Lamp is without the lens lens is shown for illustration only. Watches were normally divided so that an equal share of work and desirable hours fell on each keeper and assistant. Lantern appears to have most of the necessary parts including frame, lower housing, upper housing with weather cap as well as the original -turn brass oil lamp (this is almost always missing) with fitting for 8-day oil reservoir.
Beautiful red glass Fresnel drum lens for use in lamps and other lanterns, etc. Scarce, original, early United States Light House Establishment / Service brass oil lamp feeder can is in good condition.