Item MG167 - Logbook of voyage of the Brig. A. V. GOODHUE, 1862 many pages used as a SCRAPBOOK by RUTH LARKIN, 1866

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Logbook of voyage of the Brig. A. V. GOODHUE, 1862 many pages used as a SCRAPBOOK by RUTH LARKIN, 1866

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  • 1862-1866 (Creation)

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22.5 x 36 x 5 cm

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unknown. Not further information could be found for Brig. A. V. Goodhue or for a Ruth Larkin.

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This log book contains entries from the voyage of the Brig. A. V. Goodhue in 1862 from New York to St. Michaelina. In 1866 the book was used by Ruth Larkin as a scrapbook for poetry and notable quotations. A reference was found for the ship in the New York Times Archives, 4 February, 1865 page 8 - listing the ships in the harbour that day.

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