The Hudson River Day Line was a steamboat service operating under various names on the Hudson River beginning in the mid-1800s. The collection contains over 100 years of company records, financial documents, ephemera and correspondence between owners and key stakeholders. In addition, the collection contains steamship logs that document the routes taken by the Hudson River Day Line steamships along the Hudson River.
This collection comprises postcards and ephemera collected by Nakajima, documenting Japanese maritime history. The paper ephemera and cards portray ships built and launched in the nation’s ports, as well as vessels that frequented those ports, between 1911-1967.
This collection comprises over 5,000 photograph prints, 4,000 prints and article clippings, research notes, and reference books that document the history of steam power vessels from the turn of the century to modern day.