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American fishing schooner ESPERANTO. Winner of International Fishermans Match in 1920. A few months later lost off Sable Island.
GO.2.483
Underwood & Underwood
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A typical "sandbagger" of the late '70's. Sandbags piled to windward provided the stability. 6.
GO.2.484
Rosenfeld
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GANNET. Des. by N.G. Herreshoff, Sept 1890. Wrecked by hurricane, Sept 21/38. Note. Cat Yawl. Masts shown belong to Block Island Pinkey WEST ISLAND...
GO.2.485
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GANNET. WEST ISLAND. Herreshoff
GO.2.486
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designed by Herreshoff, built 1890
GO.2.487
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GANNET... Destroyed in hurricane of Sept. 21, 1938. Age 48 years... Built as cat yawl for Edwin D. Morgan of NY and Newport. Jib added in reecnt years
GO.2.488
1937-07
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GENESEE
GO.2.489
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Sail plan of GENESEE. Builder & Designer C.C. Hanley, Quincy, Mass. Owner, Rochester Yacht Club, Rochester, NY.
GO.2.490
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GENESTA. Built 1884. [Dimensions] Photo taken during 1st America Cup race in 1885. GENESTA 295.
GO.2.491
1885
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Cat boat GLADYS. Designed and built by Lou Crandall of Pawtuxet Cove, RI about 1887. Photo by GO. III.
GO.2.492
Owen, George
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HARBINGER. 8401. MIT Photo. 6 x 8 - 5338.
GO.2.493
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HAYSEED V. 3990. Des by Wm. Gardner, built by Wood of City Island, NY for Canada Cup match of 1914. Called off because of WWI...First named VALIANT...
GO.2.494
Jackson, Willard B.
1930
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HILDEGARD. Built 1876... Off Sand Point, Long Island (near City Island). Yacht headed N.W. Fig. 13
GO.2.495
1886
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907. HOSTESS. FAXAN? A fin keel scow ? by Wm. Gardner. Chapelle thinks this is CARTOON. If it is HOSTESS it is not a Gardner boat.
GO.2.496
Jackson, Willard B.
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INTREPID. Prather-Brosseau-Hough syndicate
GO.2.497
Duffney, William H.
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INTREPID (nee SOUTH SHORE) Class P at Chicago
GO.2.498
Duffney, William H.
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INVADER, winner of Canada Cup, 1901. 35' (Girth Rule LYRU). Built under Girth Rule of YRA, namely Rating=(L+B+0.75G+ 1/2 x square root of SA)/2. G=...
GO.2.499
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IRIS
GO.2.500
Owen, George
1889
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IRIS
GO.2.501
Owen, George
1889
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IRIS
GO.2.502
Owen, George
1889
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IRIS in Herreshoff's shop, 1889-90
GO.2.503
Owen, George
1889
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Crew; left to right. Charlie Owen, C.F. Tillinghast, Nat. W. Smith, Geo Owen (3d). IRIS in 1890. View looking west at mouth of Cole's river....
GO.2.504
1890
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Off south end of Rhode Island. View looking east towards Se____ Point [Dims] Racing record for 1890. Entered 3 races. Won 1 first prize and 2 seconds
GO.2.505
1890
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IRIS off Conanicut Isl, RI, 1890.View looking east. North end of Conanicut. [Dims] Racing record for 1890....
GO.2.506
1890
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5029. IRIS off Marblehead, 1894. M-L-I. Running between Pig Rocks bell buoy and Halfway Rock. Wind SSW. August 1894. [Built, dims]....
GO.2.507
Stebbins, Nathaniel L.
1894-08
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733-1818[?]. IRIS. Herreshoff
GO.2.508
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LA CHICA
GO.2.509
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1061. LITTLE HASTE.
GO.2.510
Jackson, Willard B.
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MINERVA, 1889-90. Des by William Fife in 1889. Her reported success in 1889-90 broke up the 40-foot class in this country. Photo by Lincoln.
GO.2.511
Lincoln
1889
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MINERVA in Fishers Island Sound, 1890. Negative by GO.
GO.2.512
Owen, George
1890
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MINERVA in Fishers Island Sound, 1890. This negative made in 1890 by Geo Owen (3d) on one of the first "stripping" films used.
GO.2.513
Owen, George
1890
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Fig. 18. 2502. MINERVA. 1890. Geo Owen. 6". Champion, 40 ft, 1889. K, William Fife Jr. in 1889.
GO.2.514
Stebbins, Nathaniel L.
1890
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[Photo developed, printed, toned, fixed, and mounted by GO at age 16.] [Dims] Original rig used reefing bowsprit and loose footed mainsail....
GO.2.515
Owen, George
1888
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MUCILAGE (IRIS). Des by Hanley
GO.2.516
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289. JANE with twin NANCY at Marblehead, 1892. First of "Knockabouts." 500 sq.ft. SA. This is NANCY with sliding hatch. JANE did not have hatch. WAB
GO.2.517
Jackson, Willard B.
1892
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Schooner NANCY ashore on Nantasket Beach, Mass.
GO.2.518
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Schooner NANCY ashore on Nantasket Beach, Mass.
GO.2.519
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1421. OPITSAH V. 22 ft. Restricted Class of Marblehead. Built 1905.
GO.2.520
Jackson, Willard B.
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551. Sonder boat ORIOLE. 30 sq.m. class ORIOLE. Des. by L. Francis Herreshoff, 1930. Showing foot of genoa extending abaft the beam[?helm?]. Morse
GO.2.521
Jackson, Willard B.
1936
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PELICAN. Length on waterline -- 26'+. At Bristol, Oct. 1890
GO.2.522
1890
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PRIVATEER in shop
GO.2.523
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PRIVATEER in shop
GO.2.524
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PRIVATEER, C.C. Hanley, des.
GO.2.525
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PRIVATEER. Des. and built by C.C. Hanley between 1890-1894: CLEOPATRA 20' LWL; PRIVATEER 21' LWL; LITTLE PETER 24' LWL; ASHUMET 30' LWL
GO.2.526
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Model of PRIVATEER. Model made by E.H. Peterson, 1938.
GO.2.527
1938
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1. STORY. PROGRESS. Fisherman's Race on Labor Day, 1929... PROGRESS on starboard tack "forces" STORY on port tack. STORY "in the wind."
GO.2.528
1929-09
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2. STORY. PROGRESS. Fisherman's Race on Labor Day, 1929... PROGRESS "holding her course," STORY "filling away" on starboard tack.
GO.2.529
1929-09
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3. STORY. PROGRESS. Fisherman's Race on Labor Day, 1929... PROGRESS "on top of" and blanketing STORY.
GO.2.530
1929-09
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4. ARTHUR D. STORY. PROGRESS. Fisherman's Race on Labor Day, 1929. Won by PROGRESS. GO skipper.
GO.2.531
1929-09
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PROGRESS, 1929. Geo. Owen at helm. Return to Geo. Owen, 5-119.
GO.2.532
1929-09
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