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Overview of the Collection

Miscellaneous Naval Power 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 Naval Power Collection
  Dates:1863-1963
  Extent:108 (+) sheets representing 50 (+) 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. 15

Miscellaneous Naval Power Collection

This group is composed of miscellaneous plans that depict any type of military vessel propelled by an engine.

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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:

Coale, Griffith Baily, 1890-

Corporate Bodies:

Office of the Lighthouse Inspector

Vessels:

Galena (Armored vessel)
Kearsarge (Battleship)
Lawrence (Destroyer)
Lilac (Motorboat)

Subjects:

Armed merchant ships
Armored vessels
Naval architecture--Designs and plans
Ships plans
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
United States--History--World War, 1914-1918
United States. Navy--Boats
Warships--Design and construction
Warships, 19th century
Warships, 20th century

Document Types:

Ships plans

Occupations:

Naval architects--United States

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Coll. 15, 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. For more information, please e-mail collections.

                        
  
Vessel designs; 1863-1963
      
15.1ALBATROSS III; 139.2 ft. trawlerDesigner unknown, Alterations, John G. Alden; Design #A-151-2; Builder, Rice Brothers; 1926
15.2HAYTER; 306 ft. destroyer tenderDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, Charlestown Navy Yard; 1943
15.3ARBUTUS; 144.5 ft. steamerDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.4UNIDENTIFIED; 114.33 ft. light vesselDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.5KEARSARGE; 375 ft. battleshipDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co.; 1898
15.6UNIDENTIFIED; 435 ft. generic battleshipDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.7UNIDENTIFIED; 96 ft. sea going launchDesigner, L. Cresap, W. B. Piersol, Duncan I. Selfridge, US Naval Academy, Department of Marine Engineering and Naval Construction; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.8S. S. WAR-PATH; 251 ft. LBP 4,100 ton tankerDesigner, Griffith Baily Coale; Design #2-M; Builder, Navy Department Bureau of Construction & Repair; Date made unknown
15.9UNIDENTIFIED; 352 ft. tankerDesigner, Griffith Baily Coale; Design #3-A; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.10UNIDENTIFIED; 377 ft. 7,300 ton tankerDesigner, Griffith Baily Coale; Design #4-F; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.11K. I. LUKENBACH; 447 ft. 10,000 ton tankerDesigner, Griffith Baily Coale; Design #5-H; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.12UNIDENTIFIED; 435 ft. 10,475 ton tankerDesigner, Griffith Baily Coale; Design #7-B; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.13UNIDENTIFIED; 385 ft. 5,075 ton tankerDesigner, Griffith Baily Coale; Design #7-D; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.14UNIDENTIFIED; 435 ft. 10,475 ton tankerDesigner, Griffith Baily Coale; Design #7-E; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.15UNIDENTIFIED; 435 ft. 10.475 ton tankerDesigner, Griffith Baily Coale; Design #7-G; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.16UNIDENTIFIED; 435 ft. 10,475 ton tankerDesigner, Griffith Baily Coale; Design #7-H; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.17UNIDENTIFIED; 261 ft. lake tankerDesigner, Griffith Baily Coale; Design #8-A; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.18UNIDENTIFIED; 261 ft. lake tankerDesigner, Griffith Baily Coale; Design #8-B; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.19UNIDENTIFIED; 260 ft. lake tankerDesigner, Griffith Baily Coale; Design #8-C; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.20UNIDENTIFIED; 260 ft. lake tankerDesigner, Griffith Baily Coale; Design #9-H; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.21UNIDENTIFIED; 281 ft. standard wooden 3,500 ton tankerDesigner, Griffith Baily Coale; Design #10-F; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.22UNIDENTIFIED; 281 ft. LBP standard wooden 3,500 ton tankerDesigner, Griffith Baily Coale; Design #10-H; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.23S. S. NORTHERN WIND; 299 ft. 4,000 ton tankerDesigner, Griffith Baily Coale; Design #13-A; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.24S. S. NORTHERN WIND; 299 ft. tankerDesigner, Griffith Baily Coale; Design #10-B; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.25SANTA LOUISA; 364 ft. tankerDesigner, Griffith Baily Coale; Design #14-E; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.26S. S. ERNY; 402 ft. tankerDesigner, Griffith Baily Coale; Design #17-E; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.27UNIDENTIFIED; 448 ft. 8,000 ton standard steel Hog Island "B" tankerDesigner, Griffith Baily Coale; Design #28-A; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.28GALENA; 210 ft. ironclad screw steam gunboatDesigner, Samuel Harte Pook; Design number unknown; Builder, Maxson, Fish & Co.; 1862
15.29GALENA; 210 ft. ironclad screw steam gunboatDesigner, Samuel Harte Pook; Design number unknown; Builder, Maxson, Fish & Co.; 1862
15.30GALENA; 210 ft. ironclad screw steam gunboatDesigner, Samuel Harte Pook; Design number unknown; Builder, Maxson, Fish & Co.; 1862
15.31NAUTILUS; 172 ft. under ice submarineDesigner, Simon Lake and Simon Lake Laboratory; Design number unknown; Builder, The Lake Torpedo Boat Co.; 1918
15.32skipped number  
15.33skipped number  
15.34skipped number  
15.35skipped number  
15.36UNIDENTIFIED; 281 ft. standard steamshipDesigner, Theodore E. Ferris; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.37UNIDENTIFIED; 111 ft. submarine chaserDesigner, Sparkman & Stephens, Inc.; Design #392-1; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.38VICKSBURG; 180 ft. gunboatDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, Maxson, Fish & Co.; 1863
15.39MONITOR; 173 ft. ironclad steam warshipDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, Continental Iron Works; 1862
15.40MERRIMACK; 275 ft. steam frigateDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, Charlestown Navy Yard; 1855
15.41SPUYTEN DUYVIL; 84.16 ft. ironclad torpedo boatDesigner, William W. W. Wood and US Navy; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; 1864
15.42UNIDENTIFIED; Steel light tower for light vessel #3Designer, Office of the Lighthouse Inspector; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.43UNIDENTIFIED; Fram for fog bell for light vessel #3Designer, Office of the Lighthouse Inspector; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.44UNIDENTIFIED; Light vessel #5Designer, Office of the Lighthouse Inspector; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.45UNIDENTIFIED; Light vessel #58Designer, Office of the Lighthouse Inspector; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.46LILAC; 145 ft. LWL lighthouse tenderDesigner, Office of the Lighthouse Inspector; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.47KOKA; Light draft monitorDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, Wilcox & Whiting; 1865
15.48UMPQUA; Light draft monitorDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
15.49UNIDENTIFIED; 170 ft. patrol boatDesigner, Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation; Design #3110-4-1-1; Builder, Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation; Date made unknown
15.50UNIDENTIFIED; 153.5 ft. revenue cutterDesigner, Charles E. Emery and Captain Merryman; Design number unknown; Builder, Pusey & Jones; Circa 1882
15.51USS PC 1195: 173.66 ft. patrol boatDesigner, Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation; Design #3126-33-1; Builder, Consolidates Shipbuilding Corporation; Date made unknown
15.52LAWRENCE; 246 ft. destroyerDesigner unknown; Design #8; Builder, Fore River Ship & Engine Corp.; Circa 1900
15.53UNIDENTIFIED; 175 ft. torpedo boatDesigner, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Design #6; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Circa 1897
15.54U. S. S. SARANAC; 215.5 ft. steamerDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, Portsmouth Navy Yard; 1848

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This collection inventory was funded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC).