Maritime College, Sailors’ Snug Harbor Inmate Records

Sailors’ Snug Harbor was the first maritime home and hospital for retired sailors in the United States, founded in 1801 and located on Staten Island for over 140 years. The Sailors’ Snug Harbor Inmate Records consists of approximately 1500 photographic portraits and 1500 register pages (circa 1870s-1920s) documenting the lives of residents before and during their stay at the institution.

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Willis G. Perry Register Page
Register page of Sailors' Snug Harbor resident Willis G. Perry from the Register of Inmates C. Inmate number 2925. Register is a large handwritten volume.
Willliam Bascome Register Page
Register page of Sailors' Snug Harbor resident number 518 from the Register of Inmates A. Register is a large handwritten volume.
Wilmer W. Ingram Photograph
Photograph of Sailors' Snug Harbor resident: Wilmer W. Ingram. Inmate number 3668. Photo number 969. Photographs are albumen prints mounted on cardboard.
Zenas D. Linton Photograph
Photograph of Sailors' Snug Harbor resident: Zenas D. Linton. Inmate number 3950. Photo number 1212. Photographs are albumen prints mounted on cardboard.

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