Nassau Harbor - Notecards
Nassau Harbor notecards portray Caribbean island life in the late 1940, before tourism impacted the island cultures.
The photographs were taken by Carleton Mitchell and are a selection from the over 20,000 photographic images he donated to the Mystic Seaport.
It was Carleton Mitchell's boyhood dream to become a writer and sailor. It was a dream he fulfilled to perfection. As yachting historian John Rousmaniere has said, Carleton Mitchell "set the highest standards of performance as a writer, as a photographer, and as a sailor.
Each box includes 20 blank 5"x 7"cards with envelopes.4 each of 5 images.