Black and white line drawing on cardboard of four crimps (people employed to supply ship's crews) unloading three drunken sailors and their gear by a sailing ship. In the center is a two-horse wagon. In the background, two men watch from a warehouse marked: "PEABODY" above the door. Masts of other ships are visible. Clothing depicted in the image would indicate late 19th or early 20th century. Signed in lower right corner: "C. ROSNER." On the back is a sketch in pencil of a vessel. This is part of a series of illustrations done by C. Rosner (1894-1975) for Yachting magazine. Born in Langendorf, Germany, Rosner sailed five times around Cape Horn on square riggers and served as a Merchant Marine officer before settling down on Long Island to become an artist.