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Overview of the Collection

Miscellaneous Commercial Sail Collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Detailed Description of the Collection


     

Overview of the Collection

  Repository: Daniel S. Gregory Ships Plans Library, Mystic Seaport
  Creator:  
  Title: Miscellaneous Commercial Sail Collection
  Dates: 1880-1985
  Extent: 442 (+) sheets representing 129 (+) designs
  Abstract: This collection is composed of plans received individually or in groups small enough that the creation of a distinct collection is not required. This collection will continue to grow and expand as additional plans are received.
  Identification: Coll. 12

Miscellaneous Commercial Sail Collection

This collection contains miscellaneous plans for commercial sailing vessels carrying passengers or cargo, of any period or nationality, ocean or costs, including those with auxiliary power. Fishing vessels are not included. The collection represents the work of a wide variety of designers and builders, some of whom are still in business. Most of the plans are copies, rather than originals, and many of the designs do not have complete construction plans.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Available for use in the Daniel S. Gregory Ships Plans Library

Restrictions on Use

 

Various copying restriction apply. Guidelines are available from the Daniel S. Gregory Ships Plans Library. See also: Mystic Seaport's copyright notice.

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Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the catalog of the G. W. Blunt White Library. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons or places should search the catalog using these headings.

 

Persons:

Chapelle, Howard Irving, 1900-1975
Leavitt, John Faunce
McKay, Donald
Schock, Edson Irwin, 1897-1988

Corporate Bodies:

Charles Mallory & Sons

Vessels:

Amistad (Schooner)
Andrew Jackson (Ship)
Benjamin F. Packard (Ship)
Challenge (Clipper ship)
David Crockett (Clipper ship)
Flying Cloud (Clipper ship)
Great Republic (Bark)
Helen Barnet Gring (Schooner)
Herbert L. Rawding (Schooner)
James Miller (Schooner)
Kenilworth (Ship)
Thomas W. Lawson (Schooner)
Young America (Clipper ship)

Subjects:

Clipper ships
Coasters (Ships)
Merchant ships
Naval architecture--Designs and plans
Packets
Ships plans

Document Types:

Ships plans

Occupations:

Naval architects--United States
Yacht designers--United States

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Coll. 12, Daniel S. Gregory Ships Plans Library, Mystic Seaport Museum, Inc.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

                       
 
Vessel designs; 1880-1985
     
12.1 ANDORINHA; 346.8 ft. 4 masted steel bark Designer unknown; Builder, W. Pickersgill & Sons; 1892
12.2 EARL OF DALHOUSIE; 264 ft. 4 masted steel bark Designer unknown; Builder, Alexander Stephen & Sons; 1884
12.3 MANCHESTER; 312.9 ft. 4 masted steel bark Designer unknown; Builder, W. Doxford; 1892
12.4 FINGAL; 308.2 ft. 4 masted steel bark Designer unknown; Builder, R. Martin & Co.; 1883
12.5 ZEMINDAR; 292.6 ft. 3 masted steel bark Designer unknown; Builder, Harland & Wolff, Ltd.; 1885
12.6 CAMANO; 184.7 ft. schooner Designer unknown; Builder, Hall Brothers; 1902
12.7 LIZZIE A. TOLLES; 73.2 ft. schooner Designer unknown; Builder unknown; 1863
12.8 CHARLES H. KLINCK; 150.3 ft. LBP schooner Designer unknown; Builder, M. B. McDonald and Palmer Yard; 1901
12.9 CHARLES MALLORY; 155 ft. extreme clipper ship Designer unknown; Builder, Irons & Grinnell; 1851
12.10 CREMONA; 150 ft. bark Designer unknown; Builder, George Greenman & Co.; 1867
12.11 DAVID CROCKETT; 215.83 ft. clipper ship Designer unknown; Builder, George Greenman & Co.; 1853
12.12 ANDREW JACKSON; 222 ft. ship Designer unknown; Builder, Irons & Grinnell; 1855
12.13 E. REMINGTON; 106 ft. brig Designer unknown; Builder, Maxson & Fish; 1853
12.14 ELIZA MALLORY; 130 ft. medium clipper ship Designer unknown; Builder, Charles Mallory; 1851
12.15 ELLIOT L. DOW; 126.6 ft. tern schooner Designer unknown; Builder, R. & J. Palmer; 1874
12.16 FRANK BRAINERD; 123.4 ft. LBP schooner Designer, J. J. Wardwell; Builder, Jobb & Butler; 1908
12.17 FROLIC; 194 ft. clipper ship Designer unknown; Builder, George Greenman & Co.; 1869
12.18 GEORGE E. KLINCK; 152.6 ft. LBP schooner Designer unknown; Builder, M. B. McDonald Shipyard; 1904
12.19 BELMONT; Bark Designer unknown; Builder, Russell & Co.; 1891
12.20 FRIEDA; North River sloop Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.21 UNIDENTIFIED; Hudson River sloop Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.22 UNIDENTIFIED; Hudson River sloop Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.23 GARRET VAN CLEAF; Hudson River schooner Designer unknown; Builder, William Dicky; Circa 1890
12.24 UNIDENTIFIED; Hudson River sloop Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.25 ROUSSEAU; 92.9 ft. packet ship Designer unknown; Builder unknown; 1801
12.26 HARP; Packet ship Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Circa 1845
12.27 UNIDENTIFIED; Unknown commercial sailing vessel Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.28 UNIDENTIFIED; Black Star Lines Liverpool packet ship Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.29 UNIDENTIFIED; Liverpool packet ship Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.30 UNIDENTIFIED; Liverpool packet ship Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.31 SEINE; 91 ft. packet ship Designer unknown; Builder, Amasa Heyden; 1818
12.32 UNIDENTIFIED; Connecticut River sloop Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.33 THERESA; Schooner Designer unknown; Builder, Robert Palmer & Son; 1874
12.34 PIONEER; 57 ft. sloop Designer unknown; Builder unknown; 1885
12.35 PRESIDENT; Sloop Designer unknown; Builder, Champion Yard; 1832
12.36 SWEEPSTAKES; 216.33 ft. extreme clipper ship Designer unknown; Builder, Daniel and Aaron Westervelt; 1853
12.37 INGOMAR; 2 masted schooner Designer, Thomas F. McManus; Builder, James & Tarr Yard; 1904
12.38 MILTON; 132.4 ft. scow schooner Designer unknown; Builder, Ellsworth; 1867
12.39 UNIDENTIFIED; 48 ft. San Francisco Bay scow schooner Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.40 SHENANDOAH; 108 ft. schooner Designer, Robert S. Douglas; Builder, Harvery Gamage Shipyard; 1964
12.41 MAYFLOWER II; 90 ft. replicat Pilgrim ship Designer, William A. Baker; Builder, Upham Shipyard; 1956
12.42 MAYFLOWER; Pilgrim ship Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Before 1620
12.43 HALVE MAEN; Henry Hudson's 63 ft. ship Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.44 GREAT REPUBLIC; 335 ft. bark Designer, Donald McKay; Builder, Donald McKay; 1853
12.45 SPARROW HAWK; 40 ft. Pilgrim ship Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.46 RHINE; 257.2 ft. ship Designer unknown; Builder, Russell & Co.; 1886
12.47 GJOA; 69 ft. LBP sloop Designer unknown; Builder, Rosendal Shipyard; 1872
12.48 CUTTY SARK; 212.5 ft. ship Designer, Hercules Linton; Builder, Scott & Linton and Denny Brothers; 1870
12.49 ALBERT BALDWIN; 90.66 ft. Rockport granite sloop Designer unknown; Builder, J. F. James; 1890
12.50 ARIEL; 195 ft. clipper ship Designer unknown; Builder, Robert Steele; 1865
12.51 ALICE A. LEIGH; 301 ft. LBP 4 masted steel bark Designer unknown; Builder, Whitehaven Shipbuilding Co.; 1889
12.52 CHALLENGE; 230.5 ft. extreme clipper ship Designer, William H. Webb; Builder, William H. Webb; 1851
12.53 FLYING CLOUD; 235 ft. clipper ship Designer unknown; Builder, Donald McKay; 1851
12.54 YOUNG AMERICA; 243 ft. extreme clipper ship Designer, William H. Webb; Builder, William H. Webb; 1853
12.55 TORRENS; 222.1 ft. ship Designer unknown; Builder, James Laing & Sons, Ltd.; 1875
12.56 NEWSBOY; 168 ft. bark Designer unknown; Builder, Dickie Brothers; 1882
12.57 NON-BOAT; Typical belaying pin Designer, E. Armitage McCann; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.58 WILLIAM F. BURDEN; 95.58 ft. LBP schooner Designer unknown; Builder, J. L. Richards and G. Bell; 1858
12.59 UNIDENTIFIED; 17th century Dutch flute Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.60 THOMAS W. LAWSON; 395 ft. 7 masted schooner Designer, Bowdoin B. Crowninshield; Builder, Fore River Ship & Engine Corp.; 1902
12.61 UNIDENTIFIED; Auxiliary steam bark Designer unknown; Builder, Columbian Iron Work & Dry Dock Co.; 1880
12.62 UNIDENTIFIED; Merchant ship Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.63 CHARLES M. STRUVEN; 190.5 ft. 4 masted schooner Designer, Gielow & Orr; Builder, E. James Tull; 1916
12.64 UNIDENTIFIED; Clipper ship Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.65 GLADIATOR; American topsail schooner Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.66 GRAND TARTANE; French commercial sailing vessel Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Circa 1789
12.67 ROOSEVELT; 184 ft. schooner Designer unknown; Builder, McKay & Dix Shipyard; 1905
12.68 GERMANIA; 170.7 ft. American packet ship Designer unknown; Builder, Whitlock; 1850
12.69 OTAGO; 147 ft. iron bark Designer unknown; Builder, A. Stephens & Sons, Ltd.; 1869
12.70 UNIDENTIFIED; Connecticut River packet sloop Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.70 UNIDENTIFIED; 3 masted schooner Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.72 CHARLES H. VALENTINE; 3 masted schooner Designer unknown; Builder unknown; 1884
12.73 BENJAMIN F. PACKARD; 244.2 ft. ship Designer unknown; Builder, Goss, Sawyer & Packard; 1883
12.74 DREADNOUGHT; 200 ft. packet ship Designer unknown; Builder, Currier & Townsend; 1853
12.75 UNIDENTIFIED; Schooner Designer unknown; Builder, A. & M. Gamage Co.; Date made unknown
12.76 UNIDENTIFIED; 32 ft. centerboard schooner Designer unknown; Builder, Morgan Yard; Date made unknown
12.77 UNIDENTIFIED; Commercial sailing vessel Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Circa 1790
12.78 FLASH; 59.4 ft. trading sloop Designer unknown; Builder, Amasa Hayden; 1823
12.79 FRANCES; 135 ft. bark Designer unknown; Builder, Charles Mallory; 1855
12.80 HAZE; 151 ft. clipper ship Designer unknown; Builder, Charles Mallory; 1859
12.81 UNIDENTIFIED; Hudson River sloop Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Circa 1840
12.82 UNIDENTIFIED; Hudson River sloop Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.83 PAMPERO; 202.5 ft. clipper ship Designer unknown; Builder, Charles Mallory; 1853
12.84 TWILIGHT; 196 ft. clipper ship Designer unknown; Builder, Charles Mallory; 1857
12.85 VENUS; Chesapeake Bay schooner Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.86 STAR; Bark Designer unknown; Builder, Counces Shipyard; Circa 1820
12.87 POLLY WOODSIDE; 192.2 ft. bark Designer unknown; Builder, Clark Workman; 1885
12.88 EUTERPE; 202 ft. bark Designer unknown; Builder, Gibson, McDonald & Arnold; 1863
12.89 DAUNTLESS; 181 ft. clipper ship Designer unknown; Builder, Maxson, Fish & Co.; 1869
12.90 JAMES BAINES; 266 ft. clipper ship Designer unknown; Builder, Donald McKay; 1854
12.91 HAWAIIAN ISLES; 270 ft. 4 masted steel bark Designer unknown; Builder, C. Connell & Co.; 1892
12.92 ABRAHAM RYDBERG; 100 ft. LWL Swedish school ship Designer unknown; Builder unknown; 1879
12.93 JAMES MILLER; 136.5 ft. 3 masted schooner Designer unknown; Builder, Nehemiah Hayden; 1854
12.94 SAMUEL H. WADE; 4 masted schooner Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
12.95 AMERICA OF NEW BEDFORD; 300 ft. ship Designer unknown; Builder, William H. Besse; Date made unknown
12.96 JANE PALMER; 308.6 ft. 5 masted coal schooner Designer unknown; Builder, William Palmer; 1904
12.97 MARGARET HASKELL; 252.3 ft. 5 masted coal schooner Designer, Bowdoin B. Crowninshield; Builder, H. M. & R. L. Bean; 1904
12.98 D. S. LAWRENCE; 71.5 ft. 2 masted schooner Designer unknown; Builder unknown; 1871
12.99 HERBERT L. RAWDING; 201.7 ft. 4 masted coasting schooner Designer unknown; Builder, Stockton Yard; 1919
12.100 SUSAN CONSTANT; Replica ship Designer, Robert G. Fee; Builder unknown; Circa 1957
12.101 GREAT REPUBLIC; 335 ft. clipper ship Designer, Donald McKay; Builder, Donald McKay; 1853
12.102 GREAT REPUBLIC; 335 ft. clipper ship Designer, Donald McKay; Builder, Donald McKay; 1853
12.103 KENILWORTH; 330.2 ft. ship Designer unknown; Builder, John Reid & Son Company; 1887
12.104 ADVANCE; 213 ft. LWL 4 masted schooner Designer unknown; Builder unknown; 1925
12.105 UNIDENTIFIED; Early colonial American bark Designer, William Avery Baker; Builder unknown; Circa 1640
12.106 PILGRIM; Brig Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Circa 1835
12.107 HARRIET; 62 ft. packet sloop Designer, Christopher Leeds; Builder, Christopher Leeds; 1825
12.108 GRACE BAILEY; 81 ft. freighter Designer unknown; Builder, Gil Smith; 1882
12.109 LIZZIE A. TOLLES; 87.79 ft. coasting schooner Designer unknown; Builder unknown; 1863
12.110 BELVIDERE; 192 ft. medium clipper ship Designer unknown; Builder, Paul Curtis; 1857
12.111 CHARLES WHITTEMORE; 177.9 ft. schooner Designer unknown; Builder, M. B. McDonald Shipyard; 1905
12.112 GEORGE E. DUDLEY; 148 ft. 3 masted schooner Designer unknown; Builder, William C. Crossley; 1891
12.113 DONNA T. BRIGGS; 111.2 ft. 3 masted schooner Designer unknown; Builder, A. Irving & Co.; 1891
12.114 POCHASSET; 112 ft. 2 masted schooner Designer unknown; Builder unknown; 1874
12.115 JEREMIAH SMITH; 143.9 ft. 3 masted schooner Designer unknown; Builder, James Davidson & Son; 1888
12.116 JAMES SLATER; 118.8 ft. 3 masted schooner Designer unknown; Builder, J. R. Mather; 1874
12.117 EDNA HOYT; 224 ft. 5 masted cargo schooner Designer, Dunn & Elliot; Builder, Dunn & Elliot; 1920
12.118 ANN MCKIM; 143 ft. Baltimore clipper ship Designer unknown; Builder, Kennard & Williamson; 1833
12.119 SWEEPSTAKES; 216.33 ft. extreme clipper ship Designer unknown; Builder, Daniel & Aaron Westervelt; 1853
12.120 SOVEREIGN OF THE SEAS; 237.75 ft. extreme clipper ship Designer, Donald McKay; Builder, Donald McKay; 1852
12.121 MAYFLOWER II; 90 ft. replica Pilgrim ship Designer, William Avery Baker; Builder, Upham Shipyard; 1956
12.122 JAMES A. WRIGHT; 176 ft. bark Designer unknown; Builder, Jackson & Sharpe Co.; 1877
12.123 MOSES H. GRINNELL; 72 ft. New Jersey pilot schooner Designer, George Steers; Builder unknown; 1850
12.124 ANNA; 126.7 ft. wooden walloon Designer unknown; Builder unknown; 1930
12.125 UNIDENTIFIED; 2 masted shallop Designer unknown; Builder unknown; Circa 1760
12.126 HELEN BARNET GRING; 202.8 ft. 4 masted coasting schooner Designer unknown; Builder, R. L. Bean; 1919
12.127 HERBERT L. RAWDING; 201.7 ft. 4 masted coasting schooner Designer unknown; Builder, Stockton Yard; 1919
12.128 D. H. RIVERS; 190.66 ft. 4 masted schooner Designer unknown; Builder, Dunn & Elliot; 1890
12.129 GRACIE S.; 96.5 ft. pilot schooner Designer unknown; Builder, James Dickie; 1893

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