American Steamboat “Robert P. Gilham

American Steamboat “Robert P. Gilham”

Oil on Canvas
History: The Robert P. Gilham was built at Parkersburg, West Vergina in 1901. She was a sternwheel steamboat, mostly used as a Tugboat, from 1901-1925. Owned by Cambells Creek Coal Co. The Gilham towed barges from the Kanawha River to Louisville.

Notice the red “C” between her smokestacks and the Arrow weathervane on the bow.
Mounted in an oak frame.


Origin: Ameican, Circa: 1940"s

Dimensions: W: 37" H: 17"
Framed: W: 43" H: 23"
Condition: All Original paint inspected under uv light

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