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Unnumbered O. T. Frasch Image - Colman Dock as It Looked After Being Cut in Two by S.S. Alameda
Unnumbered Image - Colman Dock as It Looked After Being Cut in Two by S.S. Alameda

On April 25, 1912, the Alaska Steamship liner S.S. Alameda rammed the Colman Dock, toppling the dock's clock tower. It sunk the steamboat Telegraph, and five people were injured. Otto printed several images of the aftermath, including one of the S.S. Alameda itself. This one is unsigned and unnumbered. It is similar to Image 961. One copy appears to have the number 962 in the lower right corner.
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