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Revenue Captain Michael A. Healy, USRCS

Historic Photo Gallery


 

Captain Mike Healy and his pet parrot 

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A portrait photograph of Captain Healy taken on the quarterdeck of his most famous command, the Revenue Cutter Bear, with his pet parrot, probably around 1895.


A photo of Healy

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Early portrait photograph of Healy.   


A photo of Healy

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Healy posing with two unidentified women (his wife may be the woman to his right) on board the Bear.


A photo of Healy

No caption/date/photo number; photographer unknown.  

Cropped photograph showing just Healy


A photo of Healy

"Back: Dr. Bodkin, Engineer Coffin, LT Daniels, LT White, LT Emery; Front: CH ENG Schwartz, CPT Healy, ENG Dorry, LT Buhner, Carpenter Cain, Master At Arms Baundy."; Summer, 1895; no photo number; photo from scrapbook of John M. Justice. 


A photo of Mike Healy with his hunting trophy

No caption/date/photo number; photographer unknown.  

Healy after a successful hunt on the Alaskan tundra.


A photo of Healy

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Healy, in a more private moment, with his dog, on board his Bear.


A photo of Healy

No caption/date/photo number; photographer unknown.  

Healy disembarks from one of the Bear's boats.  No larger image available.


A photo of Captain Mike Healy's tombstone

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Healy family tombstone.


A photo of the cutter Healy

"New Orleans, LA (Oct. 20)--The Coast Guard Cutter Healy (WAGB 20) underway from the shipyard in New Orleans. Our newest WAGB, the Polar Icebreaker/Research Vessel is built by Avondale Industries in New Orleans. USCGC HEALY is named in commemoration of Captain Michael A. Healy, U. S. Revenue Marine. Captain Healy was most notable as the foremost seaman and navigator of his time in the Bering Sea and Alaskan Arctic regions while Commanding Officer of the U. S. Revenue Cutter BEAR from 1886 to 1895." 20 October 1999; CG Photo No. 991020-O-8888A-504 (FR); USCG photo courtesy AVONDALE INDUSTRIES.


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