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Ragged Point: 1950

Ragged Point: 1950

Chesapeake Bay (Maryland) ca. 1950. "Water scenes. Boat in foreground, lighthouse in distance. Made for Mr. Sharpe of Potomac Electric Power Co." Ragged Point Light in the Potomac River. 5x7 inch nitrate negative by Theodor Horydczak. View full size.

 

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Not a Screw Pile Anymore

The lighthouse is now a traditional light house on dry land.

Screw-pile lighthouse

Ragged Point Light was a so-called screw-pile lighthouse.

Chesapeake Bay, Maryland

Well that's kind of vague.

[Try reading the rest of the caption. - Dave]

Y tho

The Shorpy logo going down to the depths? Never!

Une barque sur l'océan

I suppose it is appropriate a fine exemplification of littoral imagery would be captured by a man named Theodor Hydroczak.

[my apologies]

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