|Title||Half-Hull Model of the Ship Ann Parry|
|Object Name||Model, Ship|
|Description||Half-hull model, port side, of a ship mounted on a board with applied molding; model painted black above the waterline; brown stain on bottom; single gold line below rail; two small windows painted on hull; old tin label painted black with gold lettering: "Ann Parry 1825." Six circles along hull appear to have been built-up from paint' their purpose is unknown.|
|Year Range from||1820|
|Year Range to||1830|
|Artist||William Badger's Shipyard|
|Dimensions||H-10 L-43 inches|
|Place of Origin||Kittery, Maine|
Possibly hung in Gray & Prime office in Portsmouth and came to the Athenaeum after 1916.
The Ann Parry was a whaler.
Half-Hull Ship Models