Photo courtesy of Lilian Lund Files Members of the crew of the schooner Natalie Hammond take time from fishing to pose for this photo, taken sometime in the early years of the 20th century. Brothers Nils Lund, second from the right, and Albin Lund, third from right, came to Gloucester from Sweden and ended up marrying sisters from Sweden who were already living in Gloucester. Stephen Olsson, a doryman who fished on the Hammond, would have a grandson, John Morris, who recently published “Alone at Sea: Gloucester in the Age of the Dorymen (1623-1939).” Constructed of wood in 1913 in Essex, the 102.7-foot Natalie Hammond had a beam of 22.9 feet, an 11.1-foot draught, and was fitted with a 120-horsepower engine. Primarily utilized for cod and mackerel fishing, she foundered and sank on July 29, 1937, approximately 18 miles east of Eastern Point. Fortunately, the 17-member crew was rescued.