Pago Pago Harbor (harbor)
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Smithson has pencilled '2 21/12' at the top of the accompanying typescript.
A view looking out between palm trees to an island in the harbour mouth. Print number 47.
Smithson has pencilled '20/11' next to '4. Handkerchief -'.
Smithson has pencilled '30/7' next to '5. Umbrellas - universal -'.
Smithson has pencilled '20/12' next to '6. Canoes'.
A coloured lantern slide showing two steamers in the harbour at Pago Pago, with steep hills and mountains encircling the harbour. Print number 51.
A view looking across the harbour at Pago Pago (the main port on the island of Tutuila, American Samoa), past a jetty and towards the coalsheds standing on the shore. Print 48.
A view looking down on Pago Pago harbour from a hill behind the beach, showing numerous American longboats moored near the shore. Print number 50.
A view looking along the beach at Pago Pago towards a few warehouses and bungalows on the other side of the bay. With steep hills in the background. Print number 48.
A view looking along a sandy sweep of beach, with thickly wooded hills in the background and a village between the beach and the trees. In the foreground Samoans sit in two small wooden canoes with outriggers.
200 x 142 mm. A view showing Samoan craft in Pago Pago harbour.
A view showing the American flag being raised on a small hill behind the harbour. With official personnel at the base of the flagpole, and building work going on in the foreground of the picture. Presumably taken on 16th February 1900. Print number 53.
175 x 140 mm. A view looking down on Samoan boats and canoes drawn up alongside a steamer in Pago-Pago harbour (Tutuila Island). Copyright registered 28 Aug. 1899.
194 x 141 mm. A view showing two men posing for the camera among palm trees and grass huts. Pango-Pango, with its fine natural harbour, is situated at the southern end of the island of Tutuila, American Samoa. See also Y309993A/46-53.
Smithson has pencilled '1 22/1' at the top of the accompanying typescript.
A view looking along the jetty towards the timber-frame hotel which stands at the water’s edge. With the American flag flying from the roof. Print number 52.