Late 20th C.
6 in HIGH x 2.5 in WIDE
(15.24 cm HIGH x 6.35 cm WIDE)
Gift of Buck Joseph

a gold frame with Buck Joseph KGO-TV news written on paper, with a maroon ribbon reading H.M.S. Bounty, press. This pass was issued to Buck Joseph

A coal carrying merchant ship operating on the coast of England, named the Bethia, was purchased by the Admiralty, renamed the Bounty, and re-commissioned in 1787 for a mission. One of the last full-rigged ships still sailing, the H.M.S. Bounty echoes back to an age when majestic tall ships manned by hardy souls explored the world's oceans. The following description was taken from a print-out that accompanied the gift.About the Artist- Buck Joseph Buck Joseph is a descendent of a pioneer family who came across the plains in a covered wagon. He was born in San Leandro and grew up there. He was a parachutist in the Marine Corp. during WWII. He became a cattle rancher following this for a short-time.For fifteen years he was a still cameraman for the Oakland Tribune. For the last twenty years he has been a motion picture cameraman for Channel 7 T.V. Station. During 1972, Buck was honored with 2 Emmy awards for motion pictures by the National Association of T.V. Arts & Sciences.

Used: Buck Joseph

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