Down the Bay

The Chesapeake Bay steamer "Emma Giles" passing Thomas Point Lighthouse in the summer of 1930. Despite the looming "bay squall" brewing above, the "Giles'" passengers are on a day-trip to Tolchester Beach, a popular Maryland resort of the day.

Click HERE to read a wonderful descriptive poem written by Charles Waldschmidt about the famous "Emma Giles"...

"Down The Bay" by Paul McGehee
Image Size: 19" x 30.5" ; Edition Size: 850 S/N ; Remarqued: 100 S/N
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