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Geoge Owen's photograph
GO.2.434.2
1938
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MISHOON, 1955. Built WHITE CAP, 1936. GO notes: Blt by F. Arnold Shaw at Riverside, RI... "Mule" as light sail between waists added in 1955.
GO.2.435
Providence Journal-Bulletin
1955
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ENFIELD, 40 ft. working boat. Blt by Quincy Adams Yacht Yard 1940. Bottom-green; topsides-grey; decks-light buff; deckhouse and raised for'd deck....
GO.2.436
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FS III Jr. in Wm. Reid & Sons shop
GO.2.437
1945
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Designed by George Owen, 1945, for U.S. Army Transport Service.
GO.2.438
1945
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Prior to launching first fiberglass Tech dinghy. June 14, 1952
GO.2.439
1952-06-14
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Launching first boat of MIT 12 1/2 ft. fiberglass fleet. June 14, 1952
GO.2.440
1952-06-14
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Taken Ap. 12, F.C.
GO.2.441
-----04-12
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Taken Ap. 12, F.C.
GO.2.442
-----04-12
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MIT Tech Dinghy
GO.2.443
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MIT Tech Dinghy
GO.2.444
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MIT Tech Dinghy
GO.2.445
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MIT Tech Dinghy
GO.2.446
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MIT Tech Dinghy
GO.2.447
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MIT Tech Dinghy
GO.2.447.1
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MIT Tech Dinghy
GO.2.448
date unknown
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MIT Tech Dinghy
GO.2.449
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MIT Tech Dinghy
GO.2.450
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MIT Tech Dinghy
GO.2.451
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MIT Tech Dinghy
GO.2.452
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MIT Tech Dinghy
GO.2.453
date unknown
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MIT Tech Dinghy
GO.2.454
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MIT Tech Dinghy
GO.2.455
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MIT Tech Dinghy
GO.2.456
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MIT Tech Dinghy. Wood & Compton
GO.2.457
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First Tech dinghies, 1930s. Dr. 108
GO.2.458
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Taken soon after her arrival at Cowes I.W. July 31, 1866. Nineteen days from Boston Light to the Needles, I.W. Then owned by Thomas Appleton ....
GO.2.459
1866-07-31
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ALMIRA.
GO.2.460
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Catamaran - designed and built by N.G. Herreshoff, 1933. To Professor Owen from T.P. Brightman, October 1933.
GO.2.461
1933-09-12
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Catamaran AMARYLLIS, Sept. 1933. Des. by N.G. Herreshoff, 1876. Built by Herreshoff Mfg. Co. in 1933 under supervision of same NGH then 86 years old.
GO.2.462
1933-09
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ANOATOK at Marblehead, 1896
GO.2.463
1896
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ANOATOK at Marblehead, 1896. LWL=30 ft. Fin and Rudder of Tobin Bronze
GO.2.464
1896
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ANOATOK at Marblehead, 1896. LWL 30 ft.
GO.2.465
1896
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ARTHUR D. STORY, 1929
GO.2.466
1929
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8080. ASHUMET
GO.2.467
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BEAVER in N.A. Shop, 1925. George O'Hara and Prof. George Owen.
GO.2.468
1925
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MIT BEAVER, 1925. LWL=60". Ballast (Lead Keel)=70 lbs. Displacement (weight)=95 lbs. Sail Area=3445 sq. in. Rating (Model Yacht Ass'n Rule)=4.6 in....
GO.2.469
1925
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MIT BEAVER, 1926. Lead Keel=70 lbs. LWL=60", Wt=95 lbs. BEAVER, April '34.
GO.2.470
1926
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CLARA, 1884. 22. Scottish cutter CLARA. Designed by G.L. Watson in 1884 to fit the British "1730 Rule," i.e. Rating=((Beam + LWL)squared x Beam)/1730
GO.2.471
1884
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catboat CLEOPATRA under sail, starboard view
GO.2.472
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CLEOPATRA, 1893, then PENELOPE, then SAPPHIRE, then U.S.S. YANKTON, 1898-1928
GO.2.473
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Photo by George Owen III
GO.2.474
Owen, George
1896
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COCK ROBIN at Marblehead, 1896. LWL=21 ft. (Knockabout, but with large rig.) 860 sq. ft. rig. Photo by George Owen. (III)
GO.2.475
Owen, George
1896
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COCK ROBIN. LWL=21 ft. With regular knockabout rig. 500 sq. ft. Photo by George Owen III.
GO.2.476
Owen, George
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Geoge Owen's photograph
GO.2.477
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CONSTITUTION, 1901
GO.2.478
1901
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DIGEUNER[?] off Watch Hill, RI. Photo by Geo Owen. 1890
GO.2.479
Owen, George
1890
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Arthur S. Allen. 1929. Sailed to Greenland. Arthur S. Allen Jr's boat, 1929.
GO.2.480
Burke, Norman A.
1929
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Arthur S. Allen Jr's boat, 1929
GO.2.481
Burke, Norman A.
1929
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3193. ELLEN. Sonder. 1910 (?)
GO.2.482
Jackson, Willard B.
1910
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