2 results containing "Barges--Malta--1920-1930."
Malta is a coaling station for ships going east to Constantinople and West to the Atlantic English battleships lying in the harbour of Malta. Frequently bursts of war flame in the east call forth these sea hounds for stern duty ; Coal passers on the coal barges which come out to fill up the ship's bunkers.
1923. | 3 photographic prints (1 page) | Carpenter, Frank G. (Frank George), 1855-1924
LOT 5808 [item] [P&P] | LC-USZC4-14921 (color film copy transparency)
Coal barges and the passers whose bodies are as black as night with coal dust Malta presents a white stone hill of buildings and forts with not an inch of shade from the hot eastern sun.
1923. | 2 photographic prints (1 page) | Carpenter, Frank G. (Frank George), 1855-1924
LOT 5808 [item] [P&P] | LC-USZC4-14923 (color film copy transparency)