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Sam Hood took some of my favorite photos on this site.
A cat sitting in the fairlead of the barque PAMIR, 1947 by Australian National Maritime Museum on The Commons on Flickr.

Between 1900 and the 1950s, Sydney photographer Sam Hood took hundreds of photographs of ships and their crew for souvenirs of their visit or to send home to families. This photograph depicts a ship’s cat on the PAMIR, one of the largest commercial sailing ships on world routes. Cargoes of grain provided happy hunting grounds. The four-masted German barque was the flagship for Sydney’s Australia Day regatta, which was held on the public holiday on 27 January 1947. The vessel, along with a naval gunboat, was moored at Kurraba Point and acted as the starting and finishing line for some 2,000 participants of the 111th Anniversary Regatta.

Sam Hood took some of my favorite photos on this site.

A cat sitting in the fairlead of the barque PAMIR, 1947 by Australian National Maritime Museum on The Commons on Flickr.

Between 1900 and the 1950s, Sydney photographer Sam Hood took hundreds of photographs of ships and their crew for souvenirs of their visit or to send home to families. This photograph depicts a ship’s cat on the PAMIR, one of the largest commercial sailing ships on world routes. Cargoes of grain provided happy hunting grounds.

The four-masted German barque was the flagship for Sydney’s Australia Day regatta, which was held on the public holiday on 27 January 1947. The vessel, along with a naval gunboat, was moored at Kurraba Point and acted as the starting and finishing line for some 2,000 participants of the 111th Anniversary Regatta.

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