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Journals and photos belonging to Stanley Lawrence Albert Ball on the MEDWAY and RMS MAURETANIA


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Biographical details The MEDWAY was a four masted barque, prevouisly called AMA BEGNAKOA, in 1910 it was purchased from Sota y Aznar, Montevideo and renamed MEDWAY and used as training ship by Devitt and Moore Ocean Training Ship Limited. In 1918 it was sold to Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Co., converted to steam tanker and renamed Myr Shell then scrapped in 1933.
Description Journals of Stanley Lawrence Albert Ball on the MEDWAY (11 September 1916 - 27 October 1917) Covering Cardiff, South America and South Africa Includes Photographs (Such as pictures of Zulu Chidren and the Ships Mascot Squirrel) and Post cards
Journal of RMS MAURETANIA and a ship not named, Southampton to New York and San Francisco - South America and back to Ipswich, (26 March 1919 - 23 October 1919). Includes photographs and newspaper clippings
Loose Papers and photos in folder
2 Books, 1 folders
Date made 1916-1968

Finding Reference JOD/318
Catalogue section Manuscript volumes acquired singly by the Museum
Credit National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
Extent 2 volumes; 4 folders
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