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Name Lilienthal, Harold
Deceased 2007, Oct.
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Image of Ship's Bell, Chelsea: from ferry "Binghamton" which operated from Hoboken to N.Y.C. from 1905 until Nov. 22, 1967. - Bell, Ship's

Ship's Bell, Chelsea: from ferry "Binghamton" which operated from Hoboken to N.Y.C. from 1905 until Nov. 22, 1967. - Bell, Ship's

Chelsea Ship's Bell, striking clock, from the ferry "Binghamton" which operated from Hoboken to New York from 1905 until Nov. 22, 1967. Manufactured by Chelsea Clock Co., Boston, Mass., serial number 197498 which indicates manufacture in probably 1930 or early 1931. According to donor the clock was installed during a 1934 refurbishment of the ferry. See provenance. Hinged brass 10" bezel with brass body; silvered brass face with black arabic numerals and black hands. Three holes for wall mount. Manufacturer's model and name on face. Serial numbers on back. Overall size: 10-5/8" diameter (back mounting ring) x 3-5/8" deep. Not so marked, but it is probably an eight-day clock movement as

Image of Digital images, 2, of Harold Lilienthal with ship's bells he brought to donate to Museum,  HHM, Jan. 21, 2007. - Print, Photographic

Digital images, 2, of Harold Lilienthal with ship's bells he brought to donate to Museum, HHM, Jan. 21, 2007. - Print, Photographic

Digital images, two, of Harold Lilienthal with ship's bells he brought to donate to Museum, Hoboken Historical Museum, January 30, 2007. Photographs by Robert Foster. Archived on disk. Image caption numbers are camera file image numbers. The ship's bells from the ferry Chelsea is objects catalog 2007.005.0001. Behind him is the exhibition, From Another Time: Hoboken in the 1970s.