Lumber Schooner CA THAYER Interpretive Panels
Below are PDF files of the interpretive panels that were on the 1895 lumber schooner C. A. Thayer. Thayer left the pier in 2003 and spent the next four years at a shipyard in Alameda, California undergoing a massive rehabilitation. The panels were removed in preparation for that project and will eventually be reinstalled on the vessel. Thayer returned to Hyde Street Pier in 2007 where work continues on the deckhouse.
Did You Know?
The Aquatic Park Bathhouse building, a Depression-era, Works Progress Administration (WPA) project, was completed in 1939. The art deco building includes tile mosaics of fish, marble floors that resemble a sea chart, and interior walls painted with murals depicting strange creatures of the deep. More...