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Whaling Museum (Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.)

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Works: 23 works in 36 publications in 1 language and 73 library holdings
Genres: History  Exhibition catalogs  Pictorial works  Local history 
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The Jonah caper : cruising yachtsman vs. attacking whales by Frederick P Schmitt( Book )

1 edition published in 1976 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

[Questions and answers] by N.Y.) Whaling Museum (Cold Spring Harbor( Book )

1 edition published in 1946 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

by N.Y.) Whaling Museum (Cold Spring Harbor( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Brochures, pamphlets, technical reports, programs, souvenir and anniversary booklets, catalogs, newsletters, bibliographies, bulletins, term papers, dissertations, exhibit catalogs, diagrams, maps, drawings, photographs, clippings, articles, correspondence, and other items pertaining to whales and other cetacea, fishing, whaling, vessels, national and internaational laws and commissions, local families, local and regional history, marine and whaling museums and societies, rigging, scrimshaw, and conferences. The material relates to Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, the United States, and many international locations
Howland scrimshaw collection record book by Weston Howland( )

2 editions published in 1956 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Record book compiled by Jane Davenport DeTomasi for the Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum. It contains line drawings of the artifacts in the Howland Scrimshaw Collection
by N.Y.) Whaling Museum (Cold Spring Harbor( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

C. 200 tintypes, photographs, photocopies of pictures and portraits, and post cards with scenes of the harbor, shoreline, Main Street, roads and highways, family outings, businesses, homes, sailing vessels, whaling, churches, parades, museum artifacts, fires, mills, and modern vessels that were atteacked by whales. In addition there are photographs of portraits of the Jones family, scrimshaw, sea captains, Long Island Railroad, the fish hatchery, sports teams, and the Whaling Museum, 1870-1980; 900 slides of Cetacea, whale watches, whaling outstations, whaling, whaling museum artifacts and celebrations, and life on a whaler, 1970-1988; 200 post cards of whales, figureheads, museums, paintings of sailing ships and whalers, churches and artifacts, 1909-1980; 2 family photograph albums of the Jones and Hewlett families and relatives in Stockton (California), San Francisco and Brooklyn, 1890-1920
by N.Y.) Whaling Museum (Cold Spring Harbor( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Geometry copy book of J.W. Owen with clippings about root pruning fruit trees and garden irrigation and drawing of horse with description of parts, 1841; copy book of nautical information from John Gibbons of Sag Harbor, n.d.; arithmetic copy book of Charles Roe of Flushing, NY, 1812; indenture between Divine Hewlett of Huntington and Daniel C. Coles of Oyster Bay, NY, 1817
Thomas Welcome Roys exhibit collection by N.Y.) Whaling Museum (Cold Spring Harbor( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Photographs of Thomas Welcome Roys, Marie Sallioro Roys, vessels Thomas Roys commanded, wood cuttings and engravings of the use of the rocket harpoon, maps, broadsides, and paintings of whaling activities; copies of patents for rocket harpoon, British 1857, U.S. 1861, and the whale raiser, U.S. 1862; copy of one page from the manuscript of Roys' autobiography
by N.Y.) Whaling Museum (Cold Spring Harbor( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Record book entitled "Vessels Arrived at the Port of Cold Spring," listing name of each ship, previous port, amount of whale oil and bone on board, date when the ship had its first discharge of cargo, and agent, from 1848 to 1854. The book also records cash paid to the auditor in 1849, receipts of hospital money from 1848 to 1864, tonnage dues from 1863 to 1869, fees received under the coasting act from 1848 to 1874, and loose receipts from the auditor and reports, 1848-1874
Cold Spring Custom House records by N.Y.) Whaling Museum (Cold Spring Harbor( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Letter copybook of Jacob C. Hewlett, surveyor of the Custom House, Cold Spring, Long Island, N.Y., 1848-1858; list of supplies received for the Treasury and supplies ordered since 1856; appointment notification of Jacob C. Hewlett Esq. as Surveyor and Inspector of the Revenue for the port of Cold Spring in the State of New York from the Comptroller, Treasury Department, 1852; draft of letter to Comptroller, 1852; request from Allen Hale, Registrar, Treasury Department, for list of employees, 1842; official correspondence, 1849-1857
by N.Y.) Whaling Museum (Cold Spring Harbor( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

6 reels of "The New Bedford Whalemen's Shipping List and Merchant's Transcrept," 1843-1915; 3 reels of "A Review of the Archaeoceti," Carnegie Institution of Washington, publication no. 482, by Remington Kellogg; 2 reels of Dennis Wood Abstracts, 1831-1872; records of the National Weather Service RG27, Maury abstracts, National Archives, Washington, DC; logs of the ships Monmouth (1843-1845), Splendid (1844-1848), and Tuscarora (1845-1848); journal of Alice (1846-1849), and abstract of journal of Sheffield (1845-1848); "Whaling Port of Sag Harbor" by William A. Palme; log of ship Emerald and records of ships Isabella and Lewis, 1855-1860; journal of ships Edgar (1852-1855) and Splendid (1848-1850); journals of ships France A. Barstow (1894-1896), Emerald (1854-1855), Isabella (1855), and abstract of ship Lewis; journals of ships John H. Jones (1861-1862) and Alice (1854-1858), log of the Herald (1845-1848), and miscellaneous papers of ship Edgar (1852-1855); journals of ships Cornelia (1842-1843) and Bartholemew Gosnold (1864-1865), logs of ships Aurelia (1877-1878) and Franklin Adams (1868), and account books of Jonathan Bourne Jr. of New Bedford (1841-1845) and schooner Oread (1864)
The sailing circle : 19th century seafaring women from New York by Joan Druett( Book )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

"The sister sailors of Long Island: prelimary list, 1826-1915"--p. 40-41
by N.Y.) Whaling Museum (Cold Spring Harbor( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Certificates of good wishes, bills for consular fees, instructions to masters, whalemen's shipping lists, certificate for bone and sperm oil, bills, and receipts for whaling vessels Alice, Edgar, Huntsville, Monmouth, Richmond, and Splendid, 1842-1854; certificate of permanent enrollment of bark Monmouth to Cold Spring Whaling Co., 1847; certification of shipments for ships Empire, Granada, Great Western, Montgomery, Niagara, Prince Albert, Quebec, Rio Grande, Delphas, Milter, and Wyoming, 1845-1846; 2 letters to Abraham Bell and Son about prices and the cotton market, 1846
 
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Alternative Names
Whaling Museum, Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y.

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English (34)