Finding Aid of the Tugboat Maryland Collection, <date calendar="gregorian" era="ce" normal="1938/1974">1938 - 1974</date>, PC.5010

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Finding Aid of the Tugboat Maryland Collection, <date calendar="gregorian" era="ce" normal="1938/1974">1938 - 1974</date>, PC.5010

Abstract

The tug was a ship of the Norfolk, Baltimore and Carolina Line and was engaged in towing barges in interstate commerce.
This small collection encompasses various documents concerning the tugboat , mostly pertaining to licensing, maintenance, inspections and expenses.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Collection on the Tugboat Maryland
Call Number
PC.5010
Creator
Museum of the Albemarle
Date
1938-1974
Extent
38.00 items
Language
English
Repository
Outer Banks History Center

Series Quick Links

  1. Collection Contents

Restrictions on Access & Use

Access Restrictions

Available for research.

Use Restrictions

Copyright is retained by the authors of these materials, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law (Title 17 US Code). Individual researchers are responsible for using these materials in conformance with copyright law as well as any donor restrictions accompanying the materials.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], PC.5010, Collection on the Tugboat Maryland, Outer Banks History Center, Manteo, N.C., U.S.A.

Arrangement Note

The papers are organized by series and document type.

bioghist

The tug was a ship of the Norfolk, Baltimore and Carolina Line and was engaged in towing barges in interstate commerce. It was built in 1938, and was known as the , and before being renamed in the mid-1950s.

Contents of the Collection

Collection Contents
Finding Aid
1:1.1
Correspondence,1955-1973
1:2.1
Maintainance and Operations
7977
Crew Lists
1:4.1
Blueprints
1:5.1

Subject Headings

  • Lucian Moffit, Inc.
  • Norfolk, Baltimore and Carolina Line, Inc.
  • Raytheon Company
  • Tugboats
  • Baltimore #2 (Barge)
  • Maryland (Tug)
  • North River (N.C.)
  • Bogue Sound (N.C.)
  • Acquisitions Information

    Donated by Museum of the Albemarle, Elizabeth City, N.C.

    Processing Information

  • Processed by Sarah S. Downing, 2003
  • Encoded by Stuart Parks II, November 2008