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Princess Anne
Original Author: Bain News Service
Created: Probably between 1910 and 1915
Medium: Glass-plate negative

Princess Anne

Passengers line the deck of the Princess Anne, an ocean-going steamship that made regular trips between Norfolk and New York City. The ship was launched in 1897 and remained in service for several decades. In February 1920, the ship ran aground near the entrance to New York Harbor, split amidship, and was declared a total loss.

This glass-plate image is part of the George Grantham Bain Collection at the Library of Congress.

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