“Mary D. Hume”

With 97 years of active service, The Mary D. Hume still holds the record for longest serving vessel of the Pacific Coast, and her retirement continues to this day as she slowly rots away near an Oregon beach. In 1978 the Mary D. Hume was retired to Gold Beach where she now sits, slowly sinking into the mud, only a few hundred feet from where she was originally constructed. In 1979 the ship was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Gold Beach, Oregon



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Each Premium artist canvas is the result of a Giclée printing process with pigment ink designed to resist fading and retains black and color quality for up to 200 years. It also produces amazing printing sharpness. Each canvas has premium grade 1.5″ thick wood, felt pads for wall protection and wire ready for hanging. Free Shipping!

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Print, Canvas, Metal, Acrylic


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