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Henry Warrington Tote Bag featuring the photograph Henry Warrington by Tom Geiger

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Henry Warrington Tote Bag

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Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder.   All seams are double-stitched for added durability.   Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.

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Tote Bag Reviews (1626)

Average Rating (5 Stars):

February 15th, 2019

I love this photo, and I love the complements when I use this tote! It is such a nice size! It's well made so I can use it for a variety of needs!

February 15th, 2019

I needed a "prefect gift" for a friend and this was my answer! She loves it!

February 15th, 2019

It's a beautiful photo and very well made! It makes a great gift that is useful and is sincerely appreciated!

February 12th, 2019

I love my new tote bag. I plan on using it every day! I don't have a photo of it to post yet but I will soon. Have bragged to all my family about my recent purchases of prints by Richard Estrada.

February 11th, 2019

The tote was so beautiful. The recipient was so delighted with the quality of tote.

February 11th, 2019

My bag is perfect! Great for carrying tablet, magazines and books of course! Was happy to see that the picture was printed on both sides. Will be ordering more from Linda Harkins via your site!

Artist's Description

This photo is from the Larry geiger Collection,which my family are the caretakers of. Larry Geiger was my father. Vessel History: # US 11857 Length: 142.00 Width: 26.42 Depth: 9.66 Masts: 0 Gross Tonnage: 257.37 Net Tonnage: 0.00 Hull Material: Wood Builder: Jones, James M. Place Built: Detroit, MI Year Built: 1868 WARRINGTON 1870 - 1911 U.S. U.S.L.H.S WARRINGTON 1911 - 1911 U.S. 11857 Rebuilds: Converted to lighthouse tender, 1870. Rebuilt at Detroit, MI, 1886 (152 x 25.42 x 11.42; 300 gross). Change of measures, 1905 (152 x 25 x 10.25; 410 gross - 244 net). Change of tonnage, 1911 (375 gross). History: First enrollment issued at Chicago, IL, June 10, 1868. Sprung a leak in heavy weather and stranded one mile south of Charlevoix, MI, Lake Michigan, on August 21, 1911; vessel broke up next day. Crew rescued by U.S. Life Saving Service crew from Charlevoix and the tug J.V. TAYLOR; no lives lost. Vessel was bound from Boyne City, MI, for Chicago, IL, with lumber.

About Tom Geiger

Coming soon..I grew up in Manitowoc Wisconsin and while going through school worked for my father who owned a meat market and Marine supply.My family seems to have a history of being in or around the marine industry . I grew up in the time s when we had more fleets and more steamboats than there are today. i think once ships get in your blood , it stays in your blood. I love being around water and taking photos of ships whether on the great lakes or on the inland waterways.I now travel the united states looking for photo opportunities and am enjoying retirement. I hope everyone will enjoy seeing my photos and hope they will leave comments as to what they think of them.

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