Photographs, drawings, and prints of boating, fishing, farming, street scenes, and family portraits can all be found in the Harbor History Museum’s image collection. We have hundreds of photographs and negatives in the collection, many of which are available for viewing and can be purchased in our online gallery. One of our most noted collections is that of photographer Frank Shaw who actively captured the people, places, and happenings around the harbor during the 1940s and ‘50s, predominantly for the Peninsula Gateway newspaper.

While only a portion of our image collection is currently available in our online gallery, copy books are available for viewing in our Resource Room on Thursday afternoons or by appointment.

Image Donations: While we do accept more recent (post-1990) image collections of “born digital” images, all pre-1990 images are preferred in their original hard copy form in order to be accepted into the collection.