The "Alfred F. Paul"

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Title

The "Alfred F. Paul"

Subject

Astoria (N.Y.)-history.
Ships-Alfred F. Paul.
World War II-Long Island.

Description

The "Alfred F. Paul" was a sailing ship owned by the Albert Shipping Company in Baltimore, Maryland. It was eventually sunk by a German U-boat captained by Johannes Liebe on March 3rd, 1942 approximately 160 miles northeast of Cape Hatteras. In this photograph, the "Alfred F. Paul" is docked in Astoria, Queens.

Date

c. 1917-1921.

Contributor

Elise M. Barbeau

Identifier

Hofstra University Library Special Collections
Box 3, item 14.

Coverage

Astoria, NY

Files

14.jpg

Citation

“The "Alfred F. Paul",” Hofstra University Library Special Collections: Digital Collections, accessed November 21, 2017, https://omeka.hofstra.edu/items/show/223.

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