G.A. Rooke log book  1891-1893
full text File Size: 14 K bytes | Add this to my bookbag

Additional Descriptive Data

List of illustrations and page numbers:

  • Inside Cover. Pen sketch of person wearing a pointed hat and a long cloak.
  • Front Free End Paper. Watercolor of H.M.S. Rodney.
  • Pg. 10. Watercolor- Mechanical diagram of “"Elevating gear of Leary Gun"
  • Pg. 20. Map- "Track Chart of H.M.S. Rodney…" Great Britain, France and Spain.
  • Pg. 29. 3 View Mechanical Diagram.
  • Pg. 30. Map- "Courses of H.M.S. Camperdown" Southern England.
  • Pg. 39. Sectional View of "Side Armour"
  • Pg. 40. 3 View Mechanical Diagram.
  • Pg. 49. Map- "Courses of H.M.S. Rodney…" Coast of Spain.
  • Pg. 50. Map- "Plan of Arosa Bay…" Coast of Spain.
  • Pg. 59. Mechanical Diagram of a Nordenfelt Gun.
  • Pg. 60. Map- [Untitled] Straits of Gibraltar.
  • Pg. 69. Black and White Photograph of H.M.S. Rodney.
  • Pg. 70. Map- [Untitled] Mediterranean islands Iviza, Majorca and Minorca. Includes small ink sketch of a ship.
  • Pg. 79. Map- [Untitled] Vigo Bay (Northwestern Spain).
  • Pg. 80. Mechanical Diagram.
  • Pg. 90. Map- "Courses of H.M.S. Rodney…" England, France and Spain.
  • Pg. 109. Map- [Untitled] Ireland; Bere Island.
  • Pg. 110. Map- [Untitled] Great Britain and Northern France. Shows a ship route.
  • Pg. 119. Map- [Untitled] Southern England; Isle of Wight.
  • Pg. 120. Map- [Untitled] England; Dorsetshire and Portland.
  • Pg. 121. Pencil sketch of "Killary Bay August [18]92" 13 ships in Killary Bay.
  • Pg. 123. Ink drawing of an island with a castle on top.
  • Pg. 129. Map- [Untitled] Southern England; English Channel.
  • Pg. 130. Map- [Untitled] Great Britain and Northern France. Shows a ship route. Pg. 139. [Diagram] Cross section of ship showing location of Stores, Water Ballast, Boiler Room, etc.
  • Pg. 140. Map- [Untitled] Southern England. Shows a ship route.
  • Pg. 149. Map- [Untitled] Great Britain, France and Spain. Shows a ship route.
  • Pg. 150. Watercolor of a ship.
  • Pg. 159. Watercolor of a ship.
  • Pg. 160. Watercolor of a half-sunken ship H.M.S. Howe. Small photograph of half-sunken ship H.M.S. Howe. Pg. 160-163 is a description of the sinking and subsequent lightening of the H.M.S. Howe.
  • Pg. 173. Map- "Track Chart of H.M.S. Rodney…" Spain; Coruna Bay.
  • Pg. 174. Map- [Untitled] Spain; Ferrol Harbour.
  • Pg. 192. Watercolor of Ship H.M.S. Melampus. 24 March 1893.
  • Pg. 193. Map- [Untitled] Northwestern Africa, Spain, France and Southern England. Shows a ship route.
  • Pg. 194. Map- [Untitled] Spain; Gibraltar Bay. Includes small ink sketch of "Gibraltar from SW." 17 March 1893.
  • Pg. 200. Map- [Untitled] Southern Spain, Northwestern Africa. Shows ship route. 24 March 1893.
  • Pg. 203. Map- "Track Chart of H.M.S. Australia from Gibraltar to Bermuda." 4 April 1893.
  • Pg. 204. Watercolor of ship.
  • Pg. 208. Map- [Untitled] Bermuda. 14 April 1893.
  • Pg. 210. Watercolor of ship "U.S.S. San Francisco" 21 April 1893.
  • Pg. 211. Map- [Untitled] Ship route, Bermuda to Chesapeake Bay. 12 May 1893.
  • Pg. 213-214. 4 Watercolors of ships "U.S. Flagship Philadelphia," "U.S. Flagship Newark," "U.S.S. Baltimore," and "U.S.S. Charleston." 19 May 1893.
  • Pg. 215. Map- Dock in New York City showing placement of ships.
  • Pg. 217. Ink drawing titled "The Big Britisher" H.M.S. Blake, 26 May 1893.
  • Pg. 221. Ink drawing titled "Round the fleet 50 cents" Steamship Louise.
  • Pg. 223. Map- [Untitled] New York; Brooklyn, Bay Bridge. Showing placement of visiting ships.
  • Pg. 228. "Result of Herald Races, New York May 6, 1893" with colored drawings of flags.
  • Pg. 229. Ink drawing titled "Caravel 'Santa Maria' sailing down the lines"
  • Pg. 237. Map- [Untitled] Southern England.
  • Pg. 238. Watercolor of ship.
  • Pg. 241. Watercolor of ship.
  • Pg. 243. 2 Black and white watercolors of ships.
  • Pg. 247. Map- [Untitled] Irish Sea. Shows a ship route.
  • Pg. 248. Map- "Battle of Isle of Man 29th July 1893" map of positions, and list of ships engaged.
Bibliography

Cranston Fine Arts. http://www.battleships-cruisers.co.uk/ (accessed 2005)