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Schooner,shipyard Lunenburg, Nova Scotia = E. P. Theriault

Schooner,shipyard Lunenburg, Nova Scotia = E. P. Theriault

Here is a photo of the shipyard at Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada, this shows you how the wooden ships were built. The Schooner is not named. The photo was taken in the 1930's.

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Hi Frank. The unnamed three-master could well be the E. P. Theriault, photographed the same place from another perspective close by in time, and posted this day. The anchor is not in the same place, but the rest fits, doesn't it? Stein
 

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Stein,
I think that you are right she does look like the "E. P. Theriault, and if you look at the bottom left you will see the man with the white Panama style hat, he is in the other photo. I wonder who he is?

Frank
 

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