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Adelaide Bell - Ship File

Samuel Badger Shipyard; 1100 tons; built for EF Sise; commanded by Captain J. Chase

Arkwright - Ship File

Last ship built by George Raynes

Image of C09.527 - Half-Model of Ship Athens

C09.527 - Half-Model of Ship Athens

Wooden half-hull lift model, starboard side; alternating woods to delineate sections; billet-head, square stern; stained; black and gold tin label identifying model; on plain wooden mounting board; plastic label on mounting board with identifying information.

Image of C09.533 - Half-Hull Model of Ship Danube

C09.533 - Half-Hull Model of Ship Danube

Wooden half-hull lift model, port side, of ship; plain wood with upper hull painted in black and white to resemble finished ship; gun ports painted on, carved decoration at prow; two wooden plugs flush with top of model; mounted on wooden board with beveled edge; painted cream; black and gold tin label with identifying information, as well as plastic label on mounting board.

Image of C10.507 - half-hull model 'Arkwright'

C10.507 - half-hull model 'Arkwright'

Half-hull lift model, starboard side, 'Arkwright', brown stained wood; two visible lift pins, mounting board, brown stain, has beveled edge; two labels, one tin affixed to model, one plastic affixed to mounting board.

Image of C16.004 - Half-hull "Fleetford"

C16.004 - Half-hull "Fleetford"

Wood half-hull model of "Fleetford"; artist, P. Curtis; Built for E.F. Sise & Co. Black board; black upper hull, natural stain below, 13 lifts & 2 lift pins; 2 stripes of natural wood; black/gold "Fleetford 1864"

Danube - Ship File

launched in 1848, she "sat in the water like a swan";

F44 .P8 N44 - Book

Five volume set: 1. Joseph Whipple: Life and Letters. 2. Commerce, Shipping and Immigration. 3. Builders, Masters, Owners, and Importers. 4. Piscataqua Built Vessels. 5. Outsiders.

Professional Collection - Cataloging - Book

Five volume set: 1. Joseph Whipple: Life and Letters. 2. Commerce, Shipping and Immigration. 3. Builders, Masters, Owners, and Importers. 4. Piscataqua Built Vessels. 5. Outsiders.

Image of PS1190 - Small Photograph Collections

PS1190 - Small Photograph Collections

Copy of a portrait of Edward F. Sise (1799-1886), Portsmouth Athenaeum proprietor, share 87 Original belongs to Mrs. F. Thomas Critchley

Image of PS2947_02 - Small Photograph Collections

PS2947_02 - Small Photograph Collections

Portrait of Edward F. Sise (1799-1886) of 10 Middle Street, Portsmouth, NH. Sise was the proprietor of E.F. Sise and Co., dealer in crockery and glassware at 75 Market Street, Portsmouth, N.H. He was also a Portsmouth Athenaeum Proprietor, Share 87. En verso is the following: "Edward F. Sise, founder of the John Sise & Company, Portsmouth, New Hamp. Please return. "

Image of PS2947_03 - Small Photograph Collections

PS2947_03 - Small Photograph Collections

Portrait photograph of an unknown woman. Image was found beneath the photographic image of Edward F. Sise (1799-1886) in its oval frame. The woman might be related to Sise. His only daughter was Annie Louisa Sise who married Joseph W. Peirce in 1879. The image may also be that of one of his son's wives.

Ready Reference Maritime - Book

Five volume set: 1. Joseph Whipple: Life and Letters. 2. Commerce, Shipping and Immigration. 3. Builders, Masters, Owners, and Importers. 4. Piscataqua Built Vessels. 5. Outsiders.

S0113 - Papers, 1839-1840. (S113).

Letter (1839 Nov. 30) from Edward F. Sise, written from Portsmouth, N.H., to Moses, instructing him to proceed to New Orleans, and how to handle cargo and expenses, specifying Moses' salary and appointment as captain of ship Nestor; sailing agreement (1840 Apr. 21) between London merchant James Dunlop and Moses, to have the Nestor, then in Le Havre, to sail to New Orleans; and letter (1841 March 26) from Joshua Bates, London merchant, to Moses, with detailed instructions to proceed to Havana and obtain freight to St. Petersburg.

S0117 - Deposition, 1797. (S117).

Deposition of Sise, that he sailed from Portsmouth, N.H., 19 Jan. 1797, on board the brig Abigail with Jeremiah Tebbits, master, bound for St. Croix, West Indies. The ship was seized by the French privateer La Ferrett and taken to Guadeloupe where the crew was tried and detained for three months.

S0205 - Account books, 1847-1852. (S205).

First account book (1847-1851) includes names and amounts owed; second account book (1847-1852) lists products including bowls, tureens, iron spoons, spittoons, tumblers, dishes, plates, ladles, lamps, etc., to whom sold and amount charged.

S0221 - Letter book, 1837-1845. (S221).

Letter book containing copies of letters to owners of ships on which Moses was shipmaster, most to E.F. Sise, Portsmouth merchant, and other owners of the ship Nestor. Letters include notes on weather, routes taken, arrivals in various ports, obtaining new cargo, and the health of crew and passengers. Places cited include New Orleans, Cuba, London, Liverpool, and New York.