Ms 24 William Wallace Bates Collection

SCOPE & CONTENT: Ms 24 William Wallace Bates Collection

  • Information Re: Clipper City Construction – Copied from “U.S. Nautical Magazine & Naval Journal “Feb. 1856” and Copied from Bates, W.W. – Mold Loft Notebook
  • Typed Copies of Articles in Reference to Bates
  • U.S. Department of Interior – Merchant Sail by Wm. Armstrong Fairbanks, 1876-1947
  • Article by Bates on trade Bessel Differences
  • “Ship Timber in the United States” by WM. Wallace Bates, 1866
  • “Synopsis of A System of Marine Inspection Proposed to the Underwriters of the United States for Adoption,” New York 1857 by John Griffith and W.W. Bates
  • Bates Article – March/April 1982 Anchor News
  • Papers Written by W.W. Bates
  • “The Question of Wood or Iron” – by W.W. Bates 1870
  • Milwaukee Sentinel Citation – locations
  • From The New York Times 6-30-1857
  • From The Portland Oregon Library Material from “Oregonian”
  • Bates Appt. File – Com. Of Navigation From Oregon Historical Society
  • U.S. Department of Interior: Pacific Marine Review “Popular Misconceptions As To Shipping” by Wm. W. Bates
  • “Comparative Performances of American Foreign Freighting Ships –Our Superiority” by W.W. Bates 1893
  • The Merchant Marine – “Our False Policy of Maritime Reciprocity” By W.W. Bates – 1902
  • “The American Doctrine of Shipping Rights, An American Marine, American Commerce Wars the Police of the Fathers” – By W.W. Bates. Reprinted from Arena of the Shipping ? 1905 (2 copies)
  • “Our Early Shipping Policy and The Cause of its Success” by W.W. Bates, 1898
  • “The Shipping Question; True & False in Our Pelagic Policy” by W.W Bates, 1889
  • “An American Marine, Its Utility, Creation & Maintenance” by William W. Bates
  • “American Navigation the Political History of Its Rise & Ruin and the Proper Means for Its Encouragement” by W.W. Bates, 1902
  • “Restoration of Merchant Marine Chart Explanation” by W.W. Bates
  • “Shipping Independence . . .” By Wm. W. Bates, 1911
  • “Impracticability of Subsidy Plan of Ship Protection” by William W. Bates
  • From “American Marine” – Houghton, Mifflin & Co. Boston
  • “The Right of Terminating Our Maritime Reciprocity Conventions” By William W. Bates
  • “The Shipping Problem - - - A Rejoiner; Arguments Against the Ship Subsidy Bill” by William W. Bates, 1899
  • “The Compact for Ship Protection – W/ a Folding Chart Indicating Carriers of Foreign Trade 1895 (2 pieces)
  • “Our Seagoing Marine” by Wm.W. Bates,1910
  • Portrait of a Port – Re: Bates
  • Bates – Follow-up Information File and Other Possible Leads
  • Potential Material Sources All Bates Family & Griffiths
  • Mold – Loft Notebook Microfilm Negatives
  • Plans Available
  • Challenge With Reference to Bates
  • U.S. Nautical Magazine & Naval Journal – 1856
  • Bates Mold Loft Notebook