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Major collection: Hart Nautical
Named collection: Arthur H. Clark Collection
Object type: print
Maker: Walters, Samuel
Place made: United Kingdom, England, Merseyside, Liverpool, Liverpool
Date made: date unknown
Materials: paper; board
Measurements: 11 in x 16 3/4 in
Nomenclature: American; steamships
Classification: vessel depictions

A photo-processed reproduction print after a painting of the steamship 'Indiana' by Samuel Walters. Printed in sepia, the 'Indiana' sails across the open Atlantic in rough waves. She was one of the first four iron-trans-Atlantic ships built in the United States, and she serviced passages between Europe and America. On the verso, the board has a duplicate inscription of the title and artist name as printed on the recto.


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