P-8153 Frederick Tilp II (upper right) with plumbers who worked for him



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P-8153 Frederick Tilp II (upper right) with plumbers who worked for him.

Record No. 8280

P-8154 Portrait of Frederick "Fred" Tilp.

Record No. 8281

P-8155 Portrait of Frederick "Fred" Tilp with a model skipjack at right.

Record No. 8282

P-8156 Portrait of Fay and Frederick "Fred" Tilp.

Record No. 8283

P-8157 Fred Tilp and bulldog in the snow.

Record No. 8284

P-8158 Fred Tilp and bulldog seated on a couch.

Record No. 8285

P-8159 Portrait of Tilp's bulldog standing in snow.

Record No. 8286

P-8160 Fred Tilp with the Charles County seal which he designed. Charles County courthouse under renovation in background.

Record No. 8287

P-8161 Portrait of Fred Tilp, sailing and motor yachts in background.

Record No. 8288

P-8162 Portrait of Fred Tilp, sailing and motor yachts in background.

Record No. 8289

P-8163 Three contact prints from a series of portraits of Fred Tilp with sailing and motor yachts in the background.

Record No. 8290

P-8164 Three contact prints from a series of portraits of Fred Tilp with sailing and motor yachts in the background.

Record No. 8291

P-8165 Portrait of Fred Tilp with his typewriter.

Record No. 8292

P-8166 Portrait of Fred Tilp in his office with an oyster knife, a schooner model, a bottle of rum, and the dustjacket from THIS WAS POTOMAC RIVER.

Record No. 8293

P-8167 Portrait of Fred Tilp in his office with an oyster knife, a schooner model, a bottle of rum, and the dustjacket from THIS WAS POTOMAC RIVER.

Record No. 8294

P-8168 Twelve contact prints from a series of portraits of Fred Tilp in his office and/or with his typewriter.

Record No. 8295

P-8169 Fred Tilp with Linda C. Simmons, assistant curator of collections, at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC.

Record No. 8296

P-8170 Fred Tilp presenting a copy of THE CHESAPEAKE BAY OF YORE to Mary- land Governor Harry Hughes. Group includes William C. Baker (at left), Fay Tilp, and Louis Goldstein.

Record No. 8297

P-8171 Fred Tilp and Fay Tilp with William C. Baker from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (left), Maryland State Comptroller Louis L. Goldstein, and Maryland Governor Harry Hughes.

Record No. 8298

P-8172 Fred Tilp and Fay Tilp with William C. Baker from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (at left) and Maryland State Comptroller Louis L. Goldstein.

Record No. 8299

P-8173 Fred Tilp and Fay Tilp with William C. Baker and an unidentified man before(?) presenting a copy of THE CHESAPEAKE BAY OF YORE to Maryland Governor Harry Hughes.

Record No. 8300

P-8174 Fred Tilp receiving a certificate signed by Gov. Hughes naming him an "Admiral of the Chesapeake Bay".

Record No. 8301

P-8175 Comptroller Louis Goldstein, Fred Tilp, and others with certificate naming Tilp an "Admiral of the Chesapeake Bay".

Record No. 8302

P-8176 Comptroller Louis Goldstein, Clayton Cisar, and others with certifi-cate naming Cisar an "Admiral of the Chesapeake Bay". Fred Tilp at far left.

Record No. 8303

P-8177 Clayton Cisar (left), Fred Tilp, and Edgar Skinner with certificate signed by Gov. Hughes naming Tilp an "Admiral of the Chesapeake Bay".

Record No. 8304

P-8178 Artist John M. Barber (left) and Fred Tilp with Barber's painting "Chesapeake Morning" depicting skipjack RUBY G. FORD off Thomas Point lighthouse.

Record No. 8305

P-8179 Fred Tilp (right) and two unidentified men at Miami Beach, Florida.

Record No. 8306

P-8180 Sixteen Catholic University Alumni Award recipients at the J.W. Marriott Hotel in Washington, DC, Fred Tilp seated at far left.

Record No. 8307

P-8181 Fred Tilp receiving an unidentified award in Houston, Texas.

Record No. 8308

P-8182 Eleven recipients of an unidentified award presented in Houston, Texas, Fred Tilp is third from right.

Record No. 8309

P-8183 Convention or meeting in Houston, Texas, Fred Tilp is seated second from right.

Record No. 8310

P-8184 U.S. Army engineers aboard a boat used for clearing water chestnut plants from Gunston Cove.

Record No. 8311

P-8185 Aerial view of swimmers and boaters at the Tidal Basin, Washington, DC, in 1920.

Record No. 8312

P-8186 Boys swimming and diving in the Tidal Basin, Washington, DC in 1921.

Record No. 8313

P-8187 Nanjemoy Stores building at Riverside, MD with three men standing on porch.

Record No. 8314

P-8188 Store and house at Lodge Landing, VA in 1908 with customers and horse-drawn vehicles in front of store.

Record No. 8315

P-8189 Store at Lodge Landing, VA with a man standing in the doorway and a man in front of store.

Record No. 8316

P-8190 Nanjemoy Stores building at Riverside, MD.

Record No. 8317

P-8191 Store at Palmers, MD with a horse tethered in front.

Record No. 8318

P-8192 Cowart's store (on left) and houses at Cowart, VA with a mule-drawn wagon at left and a horse-drawn buggy at right.

Record No. 8319

P-8193 Wharf at Riverside, MD with five men standing on wharf.

Record No. 8320

P-8194 Wharf at Riverside, MD as seen from a nearby boat.

Record No. 8321

P-8195 Steamboat FREDK. DE BARY at Riverside, MD, port view.

Record No. 8322

P-8196 Nanjemoy Store and other buildings at Riverside, MD as seen from a steamboat alongside wharf.

Record No. 8323

P-8197 Nanjemoy Store and other buildings at Riverside, MD as seen from the steamboat wharf.

Record No. 8324

P-8198 Wharf at Riverside, MD as seen from a departing boat.

Record No. 8325

P-8199 Wharf at Piney Point, MD as see from a departing steamboat in 1922.

Record No. 8326

P-8200 Hotel at Piney Point, MD in 1933.

Record No. 8327

P-8201 Wharf at Saint Clement Shores (St. Clements Bay) with skiffs and a Potomac River dory boat at wharf, automobiles on shore.

Record No. 8328

P-8202 Bayside wharf (St. Clements Bay) and nearby houses in 1922.

Record No. 8329

P-2583 Copy photo of a postcard depicting "Brome's Wharf on St. Mary's River, St. Mary's City, Md.".

Record No. 8330

P-3089 Steamboat ANNE ARUNDEL at Brome's Wharf, St. Mary's City, MD, girl seated on hillside in foreground.

Record No. 8331

P-8203 Brome's Wharf at St. Mary's City, MD in 1907 with two black men attempting to control a calf as bystanders look on.

Record No. 8332

P-8204 Grasons Wharf at St. Inigoes, MD in 1920 with Mr. Grason and two daughters standing on wharf.

Record No. 8333

P-8205 Copy photo of a painting depicting Grasons Wharf at St. Inigoes, MD.

Record No. 8334

P-8206 Porto Bello wharf and the St. Mary's River in 1920.

Record No. 8335

P-8207 Porto Bello wharf as seen from the St. Mary's River in 1922, men standing on wharf.

Record No. 8336

P-8208 Wharf area and windmill at Leonardtown, MD in 1917 with schooner at wharf.

Record No. 8337

P-8209 Leonardtown wharf, windmill, houses, and other buildings in 1922.

Record No. 8338

P-8210 Steamboat FREDK. DE BARY at Smith wharf in Virginia, starboard view.

Record No. 8339

P-8211 Steamboat RIVER QUEEN at Smith wharf (Marshall Hall, MD), port view with store and various horse-drawn vehicles in foreground.

Record No. 8340

P-6599 Steamboat NORTHUMBERLAND leaving wharf at Cintra, VA, port stern view with a wooden canoe on shore in foreground.

Record No. 8341

P-8212 Dents Wharf at Smith Point (Clifton Beach, MD) in 1918, groups of people on wharf.

Record No. 8342

P-8214 Cowarts Wharf and nearby buildings as seen from a departing steam- boat in 1922.

Record No. 8343

P-8215 Cowarts Wharf and tomato cannery as seen from a passing vessel in 1931.

Record No. 8344

P-8216 Currioman Wharf in Virginia, skiffs on shore.

Record No. 8345

P-8213 Dents Wharf at Smith Point (Clifton Beach, MD) under repair in 1912, Charles Dent standing next to shed.

Record No. 8346

P-8217 Cannery at Lewisetta, VA in 1909.

Record No. 8347

P-8218 Wharf at Lewisetta, VA in 1925, bugeye FLORENCE NORTHAM in right background.

Record No. 8348

P-8219 Steamboat ANNE ARUNDEL and buyboat SEVEN BROTHERS at Stiffs Wharf in Virginia, man standing on wharf.

Record No. 8349

P-8220 Converted bugeye and other vessels at Walnut Point, VA in 1933. Wharf in background, warehouse belonging to Andrew J. Lewis at right.

Record No. 8350

P-8221 Wharf belonging to Andrew J. Lewis at Walnut Point, VA.

Record No. 8351

P-8222 Pungy AMANDA F. LEWIS entering the Coan River at sunset. Wharf at Walnut Point, VA and buyboat are at right.

Record No. 8352

P-8223 Buyboat ANDREW J. LEWIS and pungy JAMES A. WHITING at wharf at Walnut Point, VA in 1931.

Record No. 8353

P-8224 Buyboat ANDREW J. LEWIS, pungy JAMES A. WHITING, and other vessels at wharf at Walnut Point, VA in 1931.

Record No. 8354

P-8225 Pungy JAMES A. WHITING at wharf at Walnut Point, VA in 1921, port view.

Record No. 8355

P-8226 Pungy JAMES A. WHITING, starboard view, and other sailing vessels at wharf at Walnut Point, VA in 1922.

Record No. 8356

P-8227 Pungy AMANDA F. LEWIS at the E. Fallin & Bro. tomato cannery wharf in Coan, VA.

Record No. 8357

P-8228 Two pungies or schooners near the tomato cannery wharf in Coan, VA circa 1921.

Record No. 8358

P-8229 Wharf and houses at Bundick's, VA in 1925. Wharfkeeper's house on hill at left, automobiles at right of wharf are waiting for the ferry.

Record No. 8359

P-8230 Wharf at Lodge Landing, VA as seen from a passing boat in 1915.

Record No. 8360

P-8231 Wharf at Lodge Landing, VA as seen from steamboat at wharf. People and automobiles on wharf and road.

Record No. 8361

P-8232 Wharf at Lodge Landing, VA as seen from a passing boat in 1926.

Record No. 8362

P-8233 Tomato cannery at Bushwood, MD in 1915.

Record No. 8363

P-6605 Crowd of people on the wharf at Bushwood, MD as seen from a steamboat(?) alongside, Potomac River dory boat at right of wharf.

Record No. 8364

P-8235 Wharf at Bushwood, MD as seen from an approaching(?) steamboat in 1931. Sign advertising ESSO gasoline on wharf and a Potomac River dory boat at left.

Record No. 8365

P-8236 Rock Point Hotel as seen from the water in 1926, skiff on shore.

Record No. 8366

P-8237 Oyster house and wharf at Rock Point, MD in 1926, schooner at wharf.

Record No. 8367

P-8238 Houses, oyster house and wharf at Rock Point, MD in 1929.

Record No. 8368

P-8239 Oyster house and wharf at Rock Point, MD in 1939, skiff at dock in foreground.

Record No. 8369

P-8240 Wharf, canneries, and other buildings at Lake Landing, VA as seen from a passing boat in 1931.

Record No. 8370

P-8241 Oyster house and wharf at Mundy Point, VA in 1909.

Record No. 8371

P-8242 Wharf, oyster house, and other buildings at Mundy Point, VA with Potomac River dory boats at docks.

Record No. 8372

P-8243 Stevedores bringing freight for steamboat at wharf at Mathias Point, VA in 1908.

Record No. 8373

P-8244 Wharf at Kinsale, VA as seen from a departing steamboat, two schooners docked at wharf.

Record No. 8374

P-6604 Steamboat DORCHESTER and schooner J.W. KNOWLES at wharf at Kinsale, VA in 1931.

Record No. 8375

P-8245 Steamboat NORTHUMBERLAND at wharf at Lodge Landing, VA, port bow view.

Record No. 8376

P-8246 Schooner anchored off Kinsale, VA, port profile view with sails set.

Record No. 8377

P-8247 Wirts Wharf, the steamboat landing for George Washington's birth- place, with a skipjack near shore and a buggy on the road.

Record No. 8378

P-8248 Home of Mrs. Wirt Washington at Church Point, VA (on Mattox Creek).

Record No. 8379

P-8249 Unidentified town on the Potomac River in 1908; barges at left of photo, houses at right, and a bridge in distance at center.

Record No. 8380

P-8250 Unidentified cannery(?) on the Potomac River in 1908 as seen from a passing boat, schooners at wharf in background.

Record No. 8381

P-6651 People waiting for steamboat at Millers Wharf (Smith Creek, MD) as seen from the steamboat in 1922.

Record No. 8382

P-8252 Steamboat WAKEFIELD at Grinders Wharf (Mattawoman Creek) in 1909, starboard view with four horse-drawn wagons at wharf.

Record No. 8383

P-8253 John Carpenter standing in front of barrels and crates on Winthrops Wharf (Mattawoman Creek) in 1916.

Record No. 8384

P-8254 Ox cart near Abell's Wharf (St. Mary's County, MD).

Record No. 8385

P-8255 Riverside scene (Coan River, VA) circa 1908; yawl boat with two men and ox cart with driver, supplies brought by the yawl boat are in cart.

Record No. 8386

P-6600 Steamboat ANNE ARUNDEL at Bromes wharf, St. Mary's City, MD, port view with canoe and sailing skiff at dock nearby.

Record No. 8387

P-8256 Passengers disembarking from steamboat ST. JOHNS at Colonial Beach, VA in 1908, Potomac River dory boat underway in foreground.

Record No. 8388

P-8257 Boys diving from a dock at Colonial Beach, VA in 1908.

Record No. 8389

P-8258 Pedestrians on boardwalk near bathing pavilion at Colonial Beach, VA circa 1905.

Record No. 8390

P-8234 Steamboat CHARLES MACALESTER approaching wharf at Mount Vernon, VA, port bow view.

Record No. 8391

P-3177 Steamboat DORCHESTER, starboard view, partly hidden by wharf at Bundick's, VA.

Record No. 8392

P-8251 Sea Scouts sailing log canoe IDA, starboard view, near wharf at Coan, VA. Ferry which ran between Coan and Bundick's is at far left.

Record No. 8393

P-8259 Entrance to amusement park at Marshall Hall, MD as seen from the steamboat wharf circa 1920.

Record No. 8394

P-8260 Wharf at Bushwood, MD. Buildings in background (left to right): Goodwin store, cannery, Blakistone store, an oyster scald house, & Blakistone's shucking house.

Record No. 8395

P-8261 East Arlington Store building with Crandall MacKay and other people in front.

Record No. 8396

P-8262 Arlington Beach in 1924 with people on beach, two canoes on shore, and ferris wheel at right.

Record No. 8397

P-8263 Postcard depicting the "Starlight Pavilion and Pier, Fairview Beach, Va., near Fredericksburg".

Record No. 8398

P-8264 Aerial view of Fairview Beach, VA with pier and pavilion under con- struction.

Record No. 8399

P-8265 People playing slot machines at Fairview Beach, VA in 1959.

Record No. 8400

P-8266 "Little Reno" gambling pier at Colonial Beach, VA in 1963. Gambling barge PLEASURE ISLAND is anchored in background, launch underway at right.

Record No. 8401

P-8267 Gambling piers, ice cream shop, and other businesses at Colonial Beach, VA.

Record No. 8402

P-8268 Steamboat FREESTONE (ex-TOLCHESTER, #207201) at Freestone Point, VA, starboard view.

Record No. 8403

P-8269 Slot machine, front and right side.

Record No. 8404

P-8270 Woman playing one of a row of slot machines, other people in back- ground.

Record No. 8405

P-8271 The JAMES ADAMS FLOATING THEATRE at McGuires Wharf, VA in 1921. Tugboat at end of showboat, two automobiles parked on road.

Record No. 8406

P-8272 Typical "house" (of prostitution) built over the Potomac River at Dyke Marsh, VA. Man fishing from walkway.

Record No. 8407

P-8273 Houseboat DREAM moored near Jones Point with a canoe next to house- boat, woman and dog seated on steps.

Record No. 8408

P-8274 "Ark" moored in Great Hunting Creek (Alexandria, VA).

Record No. 8409

P-8275 Converted "ark" and addition at Dyke Marsh, VA, two men standing on deck. Structure was used as a bar room.

Record No. 8410

P-8276 "Ark" with flag flying and man standing alongside. Skiff on land in foreground.

Record No. 8411

P-8277 Lifeboats converted to houseboats at Great Hunting Creek (Virginia).

Record No. 8412

P-8278 Houseboats and other craft at Great Hunting Creek (Virginia), 1930.

Record No. 8413

P-8279 Houseboat(?) and yachts at Great Hunting Creek (Virginia), 1930.

Record No. 8414

P-8280 Drawing by Peter Egeli of a barge for gambling with a man and woman near the front door.

Record No. 8415

P-8281 Drawing by Peter Egeli of a barge for gambling with a rowing skiff bringing more customers.

Record No. 8416

P-8282 Drawing by Peter Egeli of "Josephine's Pavilion" at Piney Point, MD.

Record No. 8417

P-8283 Drawing by J.E. Dundin of "Josephine's Pavilion" at Piney Point, MD with skiff bringing a customer in foreground.

Record No. 8418

P-8284 Drawing by J.E. Dundin of an "ark" with prostitute greeting a man.

Record No. 8419

P-8285 Still possibly owned by George Washington.

Record No. 8420

P-8286 Still discovered by law enforcement officers in Maryland.

Record No. 8421

P-8287 Still discovered by law enforcement officers in Maryland, barrels in background.

Record No. 8422

P-8288 Still discovered by law enforcement officers in Maryland, bucket and bottles in foreground.

Record No. 8423

P-8289 A "typical boiler still" discovered by agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms.

Record No. 8424

P-8290 Truck radiator used as the condensing unit of a still discovered by agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms.

Record No. 8425

P-8291 Prohibition agents with still operated by a steam engine.

Record No. 8426

P-8292 Prohibition agent John Millan (left) and local official with still at Norfolk, VA.

Record No. 8427

P-8293 Agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms with moon- shiners and illegal still.

Record No. 8428

P-8294 Agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms with a car which has a still tied to the front bumper.

Record No. 8429

P-8295 Still and barrels discovered by agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms in the Louisville District.

Record No. 8430

P-8296 Agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms with an illegal still and boxes of mason jars.

Record No. 8431

P-8297 Agent from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms using an ax to destroy an illegal still.

Record No. 8432

P-8298 Policemen and agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Fire- arms guarding a steamboat(?) with a still and stacks of barrels on board. Crowd of spectators at left.

Record No. 8433

P-8299 "Revenue agent" standing next to an "ark" used for moonshining at Oxon Creek, MD. Pieces of the still are in canoe in front of ark.

Record No. 8434

P-8300 Rippon Lodge distillery, Neabsco Creek, VA in 1921.

Record No. 8435

P-8301 Sailing vessel, identified as 4-masted schooner CASK, with crates ofwhiskey on deck.

Record No. 8436

P-8302 Crates of whiskey tumbled on deck of sailing vessel identified as 4-masted schooner CASK.

Record No. 8437

P-8303 Men aboard sailing vessel, identified as 4-masted schooner CASK, transferring bottles of whiskey from crates to sacks before unloading schooner.

Record No. 8438

P-8304 Men at rail of sailing vessel, identified as 4-masted schooner CASK, watching a "rum runner" motor launch carrying bottles of whiskey from schooner to shore.

Record No. 8439

P-8305 Chair from W.W. Blakistone's ice cream parlor at Bushwood, MD, before restoration.

Record No. 8440

P-8306 Chair from W.W. Blakistone's ice cream parlor at Bushwood, MD, after restoration.

Record No. 8441

P-8307 Horse-drawn wagon which advertised and sold Hendler ice cream in Baltimore.

Record No. 8442

P-8308 Truck which advertised and sold Hendler ice cream in Baltimore.

Record No. 8443

P-8309 Man selling ice cream cones in Baltimore from a goat-drawn wagon.

Record No. 8444

P-8310 Newspaper advertisement for Hendler's ice cream: "It's a New English Custom".

Record No. 8445

P-8311 Sign in Main Lounge of steamboat DREAMLAND advertising Hendler's ice cream.

Record No. 8446

P-8312 MD governor Harry Hughes with woman and Vince Sweeney in front of panels promoting Chesapeake Wild Berry Ripple ice cream as part of the MD 350th Anniversary Celebration.

Record No. 8447

P-8313 Delivery truck for Manning's High Grade Canned Goods in Baltimore, MD.

Record No. 8448

P-8314 Portrait of Michael and Margaret Manning, sellers of hominy and other canned goods in Baltimore, MD.

Record No. 8449

P-8315 Crowd and cooking pit at a shad bake at the Corinthian Yacht Club, Washington, DC in 1964.

Record No. 8450

P-8316 Randolph Murphy basting shad at the Wakefield Ruritan Club Shad Planking (Wakefield, VA) in 1983.

Record No. 8451

P-8317 Ruritan members cutting and serving shad to crowd at the Wakefield Ruritan Club Shad Planking (Wakefield, VA) in 1983.

Record No. 8452

P-8318 Virginia politicians Richard Davis (left), Gerald Baliles, and Charles Robb at the Wakefield Ruritan Club Shad Planking (Wakefield, VA) in 1983.

Record No. 8453

P-8319 --- Sisisky(?), Mills Godwin, and Charles Robb on platform at the Wakefield Ruritan Club Shad Planking (Wakefield, VA) in 1983.

Record No. 8454

P-8320 Speakers on platform looking out over crowd at the Wakefield Ruritan Club Shad Planking (Wakefield, VA) in 1983.

Record No. 8455

P-8321 Virginia governor Charles Robb mingling with crowd at the Wakefield Ruritan Club Shad Planking (Wakefield, VA) in 1983.

Record No. 8456

P-8322 Anthony Mehfoud, member of Henrico County Board of Supervisors, and A.W. Valiska discussing politics at the Wakefield Ruritan Club Shad Planking (Wakefield, VA) in 1983.

Record No. 8457

P-8323 "Herbed shad" ready for serving.

Record No. 8458

P-6203 Watermen lowering oyster dredge into water after dumping and culling oysters from previous pass.

Record No. 8459

P-6204 Two watermen lowering oyster dredges near stern of sailing vessel. Two hand winders for dredges, tools, and oysters are on deck

Record No. 8460

P-8324 Watermen hand tonging for oysters from log canoes at "south end of St. Georges Bar" (south end of St. Georges Island is at right).

Record No. 8461

P-8325 Watermen hand tonging for oysters from Potomac River dory boats "off Nomini, VA".

Record No. 8462

P-8326 Potomac River dory boats (used by watermen tonging for oysters) with a schooner buyboat, starboard view.

Record No. 8463

P-8327 Potomac River dory boats (used by watermen tonging for oysters) with a schooner buyboat, starboard view with oysters piled on deck of schooner.

Record No. 8464

P-8328 Watermen transferring oysters from Potomac River dory boats used for tonging to a schooner buyboat.

Record No. 8465

P-8329 "Unloading Oysters" - cannery wharf at Baltimore, MD with oysters being purchased from brogan ST. PETERS and other sailing vessels.

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