Letter to Captain Thomas Melville, Governor of Sailors' Snug Harbor, from A. Emilius Outerbridge, of The Office of The Quebec and Gulf Ports S.S. [Steamship] Co., February 4, 1876
AbstractHandwritten letter from A. Emilius Outerbridge of the Quebec and Gulf Ports S.S. [Steamship] Company, to Captain Thomas Melville, regarding a man named "Wilson", possibly an inmate of the Sailors' Snug Harbor, who borrowed money from Outerbridge to buy materials to construct a model boat that Wilson would then bring to Outerbridge to sell. Outerbridge is concerned that this individual may have defrauded him, as he has not heard further from Wilson, and requests information about whether Wilson is or was an inmate of Sailors' Snug Harbor.
Type Of ResourceTexts
NoteThe Sailors' Snug Harbor records are the Property of the Trustees of the Sailors’ Snug Harbor. The collection is on permanent loan at the Stephen B. Luce Library of SUNY Maritime College.
Origin InfoDate Created: February 4 1876
Place: New York (N.Y.)
Genreletters (correspondence), correspondence
Physical Descriptionextent: 27.5 x 21 cm
Digital Origin: Reformatted digital