Jamestown Exposition Postcards
Scope and Contents
Thirty colorized postcards from the Jamestown Exposition in 1907. Images show various navy vessels (U.S.S. Alabama, U.S.S. Atlanta, U.S.S. Charleston, U.S.S. Florida, U.S.S. Indiana, U.S.S. Jamestown, U.S.S. Kearsarge, U.S.S. Kentucky, U.S.S. Louisiana, U.S.S. Maine, U.S.S. Maryland, U.S.S. Massachusetts, U.S.S. Missouri, U.S.S. New Jersey, U.S.S. New York, U.S.S. North Carolina, U.S.S. Olympia and Admiral Dewey, U.S.S. Oregon, U.S.S. Pennsylvania, Officers and Crew of the U.S.S. Pennsylvania, U.S.S. Porpoise and Shark, U.S.S. Tennessee, Torpedo Fleet, U.S.S. St. Mary's, U.S.S. Virginia) and other historical events (Colonists leaving England for Jamestown, Landing at Jamestown in 1607, Baptism of Virginia Dare, Scene in Raleigh Tavern, American Navy in 1812).
- Creation: undated
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- Guide to the Jamestown Exposition Postcards
- Olivia Weiss, SCRC Apprentice
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description
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