Crew washing down the deck of the Falls of Clyde (built 1878; bark, 4m) somewhere in Hawaii, 1916 or 1917
The men are using a steam pump to wash the deck. Left to right: Ernest Aderman, Hammond Wenzcka, Codfish Bill, and an unidentified man. The tank hatch is seen open, most likely in between washings, ready to load molasses after hauling a cargo of oil. Near the main hatch, the donkey and the gypsy hatch can be seen. Aderman photo #35. H09.16887 and J09.02785 are the same image.[CR][CR]One of the Fred Klebingat donor cards says that this photograph was assigned "Captain Klebingat's caption number 35" and was an Aderman photograph. See SFMNHP collection: FALLS OF CLYDE (VM 311 S7 F3 v.1.) for a detailed caption provided by Captain Fred Klebingat.
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