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The Jim W. Keeland Collection, no. 10 - Fish and Shrimp Boats on the Gulf Coast

Brazoria County Historical Museum

Silent | 1950s

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  •  Hauling in the nets 
  •  Hooking some fish 
  •  Local kids wash a car, play around in the yard 
  •  A tour of the marina 
  •  Amateurs come out to try their hand at catching red snapper on the boat the Sun Rise 
  •  A great catch 
  •  Dolphins! 
  •  The boat of Ronnie Maceo of Galveston’s Maceo family. The Maceo family once ran the famous Balinese Room, owned Maceo Seafood, claim to have invented the muffaletta, and still own and operate Maceo’s Spice and Import Co., where Ronnie Maceo serves his family’s famous muffalettas. This boat was likely part of the Maceo Seafood fleet. 
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