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Overview of the Collection

Biography of Cox & Stevens, Inc.

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Detailed Description of the Collection


      

Overview of the Collection

  Repository:Daniel S. Gregory Ships Plans Library, Mystic Seaport
  Creator:Cox & Stevens, Inc.
  Title:Cox & Stevens, Inc. Collection
  Dates:1895-1947
  Extent:4,965 (+) sheets representing 439 (+) designs
  Abstract:The collection contains plans for watercraft in all sizes, sail and power, commercial and recreational. Some wartime work and military conversions of yachts are also included as well as work collected from other designers. This material complements the time line of the material contained within the Philip L. Rhodes collection (Collection 80).
  Identification:Coll. 34

Biography of Cox & Stevens, Inc.

Cox & Stevens began in yacht design and commercial brokerage in New York City in 1905 with original principal partners Daniel H. Cox, Irving Cox, and marine engineer Colonel Edwin Augustus Stevens. Daniel was also concurrently in partnership with William Francis Gibbs, and after a company reorganization in 1932, the firm of Gibbs & Cox, Inc., took on all the commercial work, while Cox & Stevens retained the yacht design work. Philip L. Rhodes became associated with the firm by 1934, and after the death of head designer, marine engineer, and vice president Bruno Tornroth in 1935, Rhodes became head naval architect for the firm. In 1946 the firm of Philip L. Rhodes succeeded Cox & Stevens Inc., and the business ceased altogether with the death of Philip L. Rhodes in 1974.

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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. For copies of plans by Nathanael G. Herreshoff or Herreshoff Manufacturing company, please contact the MIT Museum. For copies of plans by John G. Alden, contact John G. Alden Naval Architects, Inc.

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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:

Alden, John Gale, 1884-1962
Herreshoff, Nathanael Greene, 1848-1938
Petersen, Julius P.

Corporate Bodies:

Bath Iron Works
Burgess, Rigg & Morgan, Ltd.
Charles Ward Engineering Works
Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation
George Lawley & Son Corp.
Herreshoff Manufacturing Company
Krupp Germaniawerft
New York Yacht, Launch & Engine Co.
Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co.
William Gardner & Co.

Vessels:

Analgra III (Motorboat)
Argosy (Yacht)
Astra (Schooner)
Caritas (Motorboat)
Caritas (Yacht)
Cyprus (Steam yacht)
Cyprus (Yacht)
Etak (Yacht)
Fei Seen III (Ketch)
Gem (Steam yacht)
General Frank M. Coxe (Steamship)
Haida (Yacht)
Hopewell (Schooner)
Hussar (Bark)
Hussar (Schooner)
Islip one design class (Sloop)
Kehtoh (Steam yacht)
Lotosland (Yacht)
Nakhoda (Yacht)
Natchez (Towboat)
Nemaha (Yacht)
Northwind (Yacht)
Nourmahal (Yacht)
Olive K. (Yacht)
Patchogue (Steamship)
Queen Anne (Yacht)
Reomar I (Yacht)
Reomar II (Yacht)
Savarona (Yacht)
Vagabondia (Yacht)
Vanadis (Yacht)
Virginia (Pilot boat)

Subjects:

Boats and boating
Commercial power
Naval architecture--Designs and plans
Ships plans
Steamships
Work boats
Yachting
Yachts--Design and construction

Document Types:

Ships plans

Occupations:

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

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Coll. 34, Daniel S. Gregory Ships Plans Library, Mystic Seaport Museum, Inc.

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Detailed Description of the Collection (Cataloging still in progress. Please inquire with the Daniel S. Gregory Ships Plans Library.)

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection. For more information, please e-mail collections.

                        
  
Vessel designs; 1895-1947
      
34.1KEHTOH; 145.5 ft. steel steam yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #100C; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1906
34.2ODYSSEUS; 44 ft. auxiliary ketchDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #100E; Builder, Purdy & Collision; 1906
34.3YANKEE GIRL; 67.5 ft. ketchDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #100F; Builder, L. Jensen; 1907
34.4TOGO; 60 ft. houseboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #101A; Builder, William P. Kirk; 1906
34.5VIRGINIA; 65 ft. trunk cabin gasolene launchDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #101B; Builder, Purdy & Collision; 1906
34.6UNIDENTIFIED; 23 ft. Cedarhurst Yacht Club one design class sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #101E; Builder, S. W. Newey Shipyard; 1924
34.7HAIDA; 104 ft. auxiliary centerboard schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #101F; Builder, Gas Engine & Power & Seabury Company; 1908
34.8NESHAMINNY; 65 ft. motor yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #102B; Builder, Manhasset Shipbuilding & Repair Co.; 1907
34.9UNIDENTIFIED; 28.83 ft. Glen Cove one design classDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #102; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.10VIATOR; 90 ft. gasolene motor yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #103B; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1908
34.11UNIDENTIFIED; 22 ft. Stamford one design class sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #103E; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.12SIS II; 38 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Stearns & McKay; 1909
34.13UNIDENTIFIED; 28.42 ft. sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.14REOMAR I; 89.66 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, New York Yacht, Launch & Engine Co.; 1909
34.15UNIDENTIFIED; 34.42 ft. sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.16UNIDENTIFIED; 60 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.17UNIDENTIFIED; 29.66 ft. sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #106E; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.18KALMIA; 83 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #107B; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1910
34.19UNIDENTIFIED; 30.33 ft. sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #107E; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.20TEKLA; 90 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1909
34.21UNIDENTIFIED; 35.25 ft. R class sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #108E; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.22LUCINDA; 80 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #109B; Builder, Henry B. Pote; 1910
34.23UNIDENTIFIED; 32 ft. centerboard catboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #109E; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.24NAVETTE; 38 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #110B; Builder, Stearns & McKay; 1910
34.25TOPSY; 98 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1910
34.26ALACRITY; 118 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Pusey & Jones; 1910
34.27JOYEUSE; 98 ft. steel motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #115B; Builder, Pusey & Jones; 1910
34.28UNIDENTIFIED; 44 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #114B; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.29UNIDENTIFIED; 70 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #116B; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.30MUSKELONGE; 50 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.31ENCORE; 31 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #118B; Builder, Holmes Motor Co.; 1910
34.32UNIDENTIFIED; 104 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #119B; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.33REOLA; 60 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #120B; Builder, New York Yacht, Launch & Engine Co.; 1910
34.34UNIDENTIFIED; 28 ft. Cedarhurst Yacht Club launchDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #121B; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.35REOMAR II; 98 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #122; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.36CYNTHIA III; 110 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #124B; Builder, New York Yacht, Launch & Engine Co.; 1910
34.37UNIDENTIFIED; 35 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #125B; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.38LABELLE II; 140.75 ft. steel motor yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #126B; Builder, J. H. Dialogue & Son; 1911
34.39UNIDENTIFIED; 54 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #127B; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.40UNIDENTIFIED; 26.5 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #128; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.41LEXINGTON II; 65.33 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #129; Builder, New York Yacht, Launch & Engine Co.; 1911
34.42LOENEGOV; 95 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #130B; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.43NEMAHA; 98 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #131B; Builder, Nilson Yacht Bldg. Co.; 1911
34.44EL TORO; 50 ft. tugboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #132; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.45NORTH WIND; 99 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #133; Builder, Nilson Yacht Bldg. Co.; 1911
34.46TUNA; 58 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #134B; Builder, Nilson Yacht Bldg. Co.; 1912
34.47LEMA; 35 ft. motor launchDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #135B; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.48UNIDENTIFIED; 35 ft. motor launchDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #136B; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.49UNIDENTIFIED; 28 ft. motor launchDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #137B; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.50UNIDENTIFIED; 30 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.51UNIDENTIFIED; 26 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #123; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.52PATCHOGUE; 105 ft. passenger steamerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #139; Builder, Robert Jacob; 1914
34.53SNAPSHOT; 42.5 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #140B; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1912
34.54ARANSAS PASS; 90 ft. wooden steam tugboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #141; Builder, A. C. Burrows & Sons; 1912
34.55WILLARD V. TAYLOR; 110 ft. steel steam lighterDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #142; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.56DESIRE; 90 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #143B; Builder, Gulf Fisheries Co.; 1912
34.57ARCAS; 107.66 ft. fishing schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #144; Builder, Leonard McKenzie; 1912
34.58SANTANTA; 90.5 ft. houseboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #145; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1912
34.59WINCHESTER; 165.5 ft. steam yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #146; Builder, Yarrow of England; 1909
34.60MAYCLIFF; 110 ft. steam tugDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #147; Builder, Staten Island Ship Building Co.; 1913
34.61SURPRISE; 32 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #148B; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.62HOPEWELL; 62 ft. Stamford one design class schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #149; Builder, Robert Jacob; 1913
34.63GEM; 164.5 ft. steel steam yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #150; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1913
34.64TAGLIONI; 75 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #151B; Builder, William T. Johnson; 1913
34.65CYPRUS; 230.5 ft. steam yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Seattle Construction & Drydock Co.; 1913
34.66UNIDENTIFIED; 27 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #153B; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.67QUAKER GIRL; 40.5 ft. yawlDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #155; Builder, Fyfe & Hittorff; 1913
34.68MINNEMAC; 78.33 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #156B; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1913
34.69UNIDENTIFIED; 70 ft. houseboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #157; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.70MAY; 35 ft. tugboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #158; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.71UNIDENTIFIED; 53 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.72FABIUS; 32 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #160B; Builder, S. G. Bannar; 1914
34.73UNIDENTIFIED; 72 ft. passenger launchDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #161; Builder, William R. Osborn & Son; 1913
34.74YENLO; 36 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #162B; Builder, A. Hale; 1914
34.75ROSE MARIE; 42.25 ft. sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #163; Builder, Fyfe & Hittorff; 1914
34.76ASTRA; 106.5 ft. auxiliary wood schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #165; Builder, Rice Brothers; 1914
34.77WALRUS; 40 ft. ferry motor launchDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #166; Builder, New York Yacht, Launch & Engine Co.; 1914
34.78UNIDENTIFIED; 73.58 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #167B; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.79UNIDENTIFIED; 126 ft. steam yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #168C; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.80UNIDENTIFIED; 90 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #169; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.81REOLA II; 80 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, New York Yacht, Launch & Engine Co.; 1915
34.82DIXIE; 100 ft. shallow draft freight and passenger vesselDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #171; Builder, William R. Osborn & Son; 1915
34.83ROBERT L. STEVENS; 97 ft. steam lighterDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #172; Builder, Verden & Co.; 1911
34.84WHILEAWAY; 177 ft. steal turbine yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #173; Builder, William Cramp & Sons Ship and Engine Co.; 1915
34.85WINCHESTER; 225 ft. steam yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Bath Iron Works Corp.; 1915
34.86VIRGINIA; 118 ft. pilot boatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #175; Builder, A. C. Brown & Sons; 1916
34.87STARLITE; 261 ft. 4-masted auxiliary steel freight schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Toledo Shipbuilding Co.; 1916
34.88HUDSON; 125 ft. steel floating grain elevatorDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #177; Builder, Staten Island Ship Building Co.; 1916
34.89HANNOVEG; 306 ft. tankerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Baltimore Drydock & Shipbuilding Co.; Date made unknown
34.90SCOTT; 97 ft. motor yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #179; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.91MAHAPA; 85 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Matthews Boat Co.; 1910
34.92RESOLUTE; 142 ft. derrick and wrecking steel steamerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #180; Builder, Great Lakes Engineering Works; 1916
34.93UNIDENTIFIED; 160 ft. and 180 ft. wrecking steamersDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.94WILLIAM E. CHAPMAN; 137 ft. steel steam lighterDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #181; Builder, J. H. Dialogue & Son; 1915
34.95VAGABONDIA; 129 ft. houseboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #182; Builder, Gas Engine & Power & Seabury Company; 1916
34.96TOURS; 261 ft. cargo steamerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #184; Builder, Toledo Shipbuilding Co.; 1917
34.97STERLING; 40 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #185B; Builder, Wallin Brothers; 1916
34.98ISABEL; 245 ft. steam yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #186; Builder, Bath Iron Works Corp.; 1917
34.99UNIDENTIFIED; 265 ft. lumber carrying steamerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #187; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.100WILLIAM TAYLOR; 223 ft. 4-masted auxiliary cargo schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #188; Builder, Brunswick Marine Construction Corp.; 1917
34.101HAPPAUGE; 236 ft. 4-masted auxiliary cargo schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #189; Builder, Wilmington Iron Works; 1918
34.102RASSAPEAGE; 205 ft. commercial schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Brunswick Marine Construction Corp.; 1917
34.103MARIENITA; 42 ft. New York Harbor gasoline service boatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #191; Builder, E. J. Ellis; 1916
34.104ANNA; 38 ft. workboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Fountain & Wallin; 1916
34.105CHASKA; 236 ft. commercial schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Savannah Engineering & Construction Co.; 1916
34.106LOHOCLA; 199 ft. commercial schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Hillyer, Sperring, Dunn Co. Shipyard; 1917
34.107M. P. CONNELLY; 223 ft. 4-masted auxiliary cargo schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #196; Builder, Quebec Shipbuilding & Repair Co.; 1917
34.108DEWITT BROWN; 223 ft. 4-masted auxiliary cargo schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #197; Builder, G. S. Baxter & Co.; 1917
34.109UNIDENTIFIED; 292 ft. freighterDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Standifer-Clarkson Shipyard, Inc.; 1917
34.110UNIDENTIFIED; 236 ft. commercial schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Savannah Engineering & Construction Corp.; Circa 1916
34.111UNIDENTIFIED; 240 ft. freighterDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.112ALTAMAHA; 235 ft. commercial schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.113SAN JUAN; 130 ft. freigherDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Gas Engine & Power & Seabury Company; 1917
34.114JAMES TIMPSON; 278.92 ft. freighterDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Standifer-Clarkson Shipyard, Inc.; 1918
34.115I. J. MERRITT; 172 ft. steamshipDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, A. C. Brown & Sons; 1919
34.116UNIDENTIFIED; 301 ft. steam yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #206; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.117ADAMS; 213.5 ft. naval barkDesigner, US Navy; Design number unknown; Builder, Boston Navy Yard; 1876
34.118UNIDENTIFIED; 156 ft. wooden schooner bargeDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #210; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.119JEAN L. SOMERVILLE; 200 ft. 4-masted lumber schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #211; Builder, Gulfport Ship Building Co.; 1918
34.120KINGFISHER; 150 ft. fishing vesselDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Portland Shipbuilding Co.; 1917
34.121COMMANDANT ROSIN; 280 ft. naval schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Foundation Co.; 1918
34.122UNIDENTIFIED; 236 ft. 4-masted schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #216; Builder, Eastern Shore Shipbuilding Co.; Date made unknown
34.123UNIDENTIFIED; 150 ft. wooden steam trawlerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #217; Builder, Eastern Shore Shipbuilding Co.; 1918
34.124SUNSHINE III; 54.5 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #218; Builder, George Gringas; 218
34.125BOUVINES; 150 ft. steel minesweeperDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #219; Builder, Foundation Co.; 1918
34.126UNIDENTIFIED; 150 ft. ocean-going steam tugDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #220; Builder unknown; 1918
34.127GEORGE B. MACKENZIE; 328 ft. single screw cargo steamerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #221; Builder, Union Shipbuilding Company; 1919
34.128HERMITAGE; 332 ft. 5-masted schooner bargeDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #222; Builder, Union Shipbuilding Company; 1919
34.129WINTHROP; 100 ft. steel single screw steam tugboatDesigner, Staten Island Ship Building Co.; Design #223; Builder, Union Shipbuilding Company; 1920
34.130UNIDENTIFIED; 322.08 ft. cargo steamerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #224; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.131UNIDENTIFIED; 150 ft. steel bargeDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #225; Builder, Terry & Tench, Ferguson Steel & Iron Co., Dravo Contracting Co. and Downing Marine Construction Co.; 1919
34.132HUSSAR; 316 ft. 4-masted auxiliary barkDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #368; Builder, Krupp Germaniawerft; 1931
34.133NOURMAHAL; 160 ft. sea-going diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #239; Builder, Robert Jacob; 1921
34.134HAIDA; 217.75 ft. steel diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #330; Builder, Krupp Germaniawerft; 1928
34.135UNIDENTIFIED; 150.20 ft. single screw sea-going steam tugboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #226; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.136NATCHEZ; 200 ft. steel twin screw tunnel, sternwheel towboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #227; Builder, Charles Ward Engineering Works; 1920
34.137UNIDENTIFIED; 175 ft. single screw sea-going steam tugboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #228; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.138METZ; 293 ft. wooden cargo steamerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #229; Builder, Foundation Co. of British Columbia Ltd.; Circa 1919
34.139UNIDENTIFIED; 230 ft. steel covered cargo bargeDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #231; Builder, American Bridge Co. and Dravo Contracting Co.; Circa 1919
34.140CORDOVA; 140 ft. steel twin screw tunnel tow boatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #232; Builder, Howard Shipyard & Dock Co.; Circa 1919
34.141TUSCALOOSA; 280 ft. steel twin screw tunnel self-propelled cargo bargeDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #233; Builder, St. Louis Shipbuilding Co.; 1920
34.142ALBANY; 150 ft. self-propelled steel cargo bargeDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #234; Builder, Terry & Tench, Dravo Contracting Co. and Starr & Bennett; 1920
34.143UNIDENTIFIED; 140 ft. Warrior River bargeDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #235; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.144E. D. KINGSLEY; 210 ft. steel cargo steamerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #236; Builder, Canadian Car & Foundry Co.; 1920
34.145PENGUIN; 150 ft. steel trawlerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #237; Builder, Ohio Shipbuilding Co.; 1919
34.146VIRGINIA; 69.08 ft. service boatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #242; Builder, Tebo Yard; 1920
34.147SWIFTSURE; 465.58 ft. LBP tankerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Northwest Bridge & Iron Co.; 1920
34.148GENERAL FRANK M. COXE; 150 ft. river steamerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #244; Builder, Charles Ward Engineering Works; 1922
34.149UNNAMED; 25 ft. launch; UNNAMED, 16 ft. rowboat and UNNAMED; 22 ft. llifeboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #245; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.150UNIDENTIFIED; 70 ft. self-propelled oil delivery bargeDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #246; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.151REOMAR III; 100 ft. steel power cruiserDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #247; Builder, Defoe Boat & Motor Works; 1924
34.152MARYLAND; 150 ft. pilot steamerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #248; Builder unknown; 1922
34.153UNIDENTIFIED; 55.5 ft. grab bucket lighter and UNIDENTIFIED; 65.5 ft. grab bucket lighterDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #249; Builder, Charles F. Lewis; 1921
34.154UNIDENTIFIED; 176 ft. Ohio River sternwheel steam towboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #250; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.155UNIDENTIFIED; 135 ft. Kanawha River sternwheel towboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #250; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.156WACOUTA; 157.42 ft. Sternwheel steam towboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #251; Builder, Dravo Contracting Co.; 1922
34.157DESTREHAN; 159.75 ft. Steel sternwheel steam towboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #252; Builder, Charles Ward Engineering Works; 1922
34.158DOLPHIN; 180.5 ft. motor yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #253; Builder, Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co.; 1922
34.159CARITAS; 98 ft. steel motor yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #254; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1922
34.160CYNTHIA; 129 ft. diesel motor yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #255; Builder, Tebo Yard; 1922
34.161LAURA; 37 ft. motor cruiserDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #256; Builder, Reed-Cook Marine Construction Co.; 1922
34.162STE. GENEVIEVE; 285 ft. railroad car ferryDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #257; Builder, Charles Ward Engineering Works; 1922
34.163UNIDENTIFIED; Conversion of wooden car float into 240 ft. Bellevue Floating HospitalDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #258; Builder, W. & A. Fletcher Co.; Circa 1922
34.164OHIO; 172 ft. diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #259; Builder, Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co.; 1922
34.165JEANNETTE SCOTT; 120 ft. wood twin screw passenger vesselDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #260; Builder, Murnan Shipbuilding Co.; 1922
34.166DICKENSON; 189.75 ft. single screw cable repair and supply steamerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #261; Builder, Sun Shipbuilding & Drydock Co.; 1923
34.167HUSSAR; 204.58 ft. 3-masted auxiliary schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #263; Builder, Burmeister & Wain; 1923
34.168R. B. HAWLEY; 90 ft. lighter and towboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #264; Builder, Vinyard Shipbuilding Co.; Circa 1923
34.169RIPPLE; 133 ft. twin screw steel diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #265; Builder, Krupp Germaniawerft; 1923
34.170OSPREY; 40 ft. single screw wooden gasoline fishing vesselDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #266; Builder, Reed-Cook Marine Construction Co.; 1923
34.171OCEANUS; 156.33 ft. twin screw diesel motor yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #267; Builder, Krupp Germaniawerft; 1923
34.172VANADIS; 240 ft. twin screw diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #268; Builder, Krupp Germaniawerft; 1923
34.173VEDETTE; 158.5 ft. twin screw diesel yacht, UNNAMED; 26 ft. owner's launch, UNNAMED; 20 ft. crew's launch and UNNAMED; 26.5 ft. fishing launchDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #269; Builder, Burmeister & Wain; 1924
34.174UNIDENTIFIED; 58.5 ft. Seawanhaka one design schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #270; Builder, Bath Iron Works; 1925
34.175PORT HOUSTON; 125.83 ft. diesel fire boatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #271; Builder, Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp.; 1926
34.176YO HO; 50 ft. motor cruiserDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #272; Builder, Bath Iron Works; 1925
34.177WINKUS; 48 ft. motor cruiserDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #273; Builder, Reed-Cook Marine Construction Co.; 1925
34.178UNIDENTIFIED; 23 ft. Islip one design class knockabout sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #274; Builder, Greenport Basin & Construction Co.; 1925
34.179HELENA II; 65 ft. power cruiserDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #275; Builder, Bath Iron Works; 1925
34.180LOUISETTE; 42 ft. power cruiserDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #276; Builder, Julius P. Petersen; 1925
34.181CARITAS; 156.75 ft. diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #277; Krupp Germaniawerft; 1925
34.182TRED AVON II; 100 ft. diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #278; Builder, Brewer Dry Dock Co.; 1925
34.183UNIDENTIFIED; 21 ft. Pirate one design class sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #279; Builder, R. T. Symonette Shipyards, Ltd.; 1926
34.184BOLO; 95 ft. houseboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #280; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1925
34.185UNIDENTIFIED; 123 ft. steel motor yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #281; Builder unknown; Dae made unknown
34.186PAWNEE; 160 ft. diesel yacht, UNNAMED; 20 ft. lifeboat, UNNAMED; 25 ft. owner's launch and UNNAMED; 21 ft. crew's launchDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #282; Builder, Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co.; 1925
34.187UNIDENTIFIED; 56 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #283; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.188WHIM; 38 ft. single screw gas cabin launchDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #284; Builder, Julius P. Petersen; 1925
34.189SAGA; 68 ft. motor cruiserDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #285; Builder, Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation; 1926
34.190SAVARONA; 185 ft. diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #286; Builder, Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co.; 1926
34.191ARCADIA; 188 ft. diesel yacht and UNNAMED; 26 ft. yacht tenderDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #287; Builder, Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co.; 1926
34.192JOSEPHINE; 140 ft. diesel yacht and UNNAMED; 16 ft. dinghyDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #288; Builder, Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co.; 1926
34.193ANALGRA III; 75 ft. express cruiserDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #289; Builder, Henry B. Nevins, Inc.; 1926
34.194LOUISIANA; 150 ft. catamaran ferryDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #290; Builder, Howard Shipyard & Dock Co.; 1926
34.195ROBADOR; 160.83 ft. motor yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #291; Builder, Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co.; 1926
34.196UNIDENTIFIED; 31 ft. stock motor cruiserDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #292; Builder, Gibbs Gas Engine Company
34.197HAWK; 47 ft. cruiserDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #293; Builder, Franklin G. Post; 1926
34.198VEGA IV; 47 ft. cruiser and sport fishing boatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #294; Builder, Franklin G. Post; 1926
34.199GRACKLE; 46.5 ft. motor cruiserDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #295; Builder, Julius P. Petersen; 1926
34.200JAY BEE II; 54 ft. cruiserDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #296; Builder, Stanley Van Sant & Son, Inc.; 1926
34.201AHDEEK III; 43 ft. motor cruiserDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #297; Builder, Greenport Basin & Construction Co.; 1926
34.202UNIDENTIFIED; 42 ft. motor ferry launchDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #298; Builder, Franklin G. Post; 1926
34.203S. S. THORPE; 159.37 ft. tow boat, UNIDENTIFIED; 126 ft. covered barge and UNIDENTIFIED; 142 ft. covered bargeDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #299; Builder, T. R. Tam, Dubuque Boat & Boiler Co. and Foster Marine Boiler Corp.; 1927
34.204UNIDENTIFIED; 130 ft. steel self-propelling grain elevatorDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #300; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.205BORINQUEN; 429 ft. passenger and cargo steamerDesigner unknown; Design unknown; Builder, Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp.; 1931
34.206JEZEBEL; 170 ft. diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #301; Builder, Krupp Germaniawerft; 1926
34.207EUGENE WASDIN; 50 ft. quarantine tugDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #302; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.208UNIDENTIFIED; 100 ft. auxiliary fishing schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #303; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.209UNIDENTIFIED; 26 ft. sport fishing launchDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #304; Builder, Dawn Boat Building Co.; Circa 1926
34.210UNIDENTIFIED; 40 ft Porcupine Club launchDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #305; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.211HAPPY DAYS; 195 ft. diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #361; Builder, Krupp Germaniawerft; 1927
34.212GOLILLA; 34 ft. fishing cruiserDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #307; Builder, Stanley Van Sant & Son, Inc.; 1926
34.213CYEMBA; 53 ft. auxiliary ketchDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #309; Builder, Reed-Cook Marine Construction Co.; 1927
34.214SHADOW F; 72 ft. twin screw motor yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #310; Builder, Purdy Boat Co.; 1922
34.215ISABEL; 73 ft. auxiliary schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #312; Builder, F. F. Pendleton; 1927
34.216LONE STAR; 90 ft. diesel tugDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #316; Builder, Harry A. Marvel; 1927
34.217CRESSIDA; 172 ft. auxiliary topsail schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #318; Builder, Krupp Germaniawerft; 1927
34.218FEI SEEN III; 47 ft. auxiliary ketchDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #321; Builder, R. T. Symonette Shipyards, Ltd.; 1927
34.219INTREPID; 171 ft. auxiliary schoonerDesigner, Beavor Webb, alterations, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #322; Builder, T. S. Marvel & Co.; 1903
34.220CORONET; 185.5 ft. diesel cruising yacht, UNNAMED; 24 ft. owner's launch and UNNAMED; 22 ft. crew's launchDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #324; Builder, Krupp Germaniawerft; 1928
34.221POSSUM; 63 ft. express cruiserDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #325; Builder, Julius P. Petersen; 1928
34.222VAGABONDIA; 222 ft. diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #326; Builder, Krupp Germaniawerft; 1928
34.223QUEEN ANNE; 185.5 ft. diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #326; Builder, Krupp Germaniawerft; 1928
34.224CYPRUS; 247 ft. diesel yacht, UNNAMED; 15 ft. dinghy, UNNAMED; 24 ft. launch and UNNAMED; 30 ft. tenderDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #329; Builder, Krupp Germaniawerft; 1928
34.225ELSIE FENIMORE; 81 ft. cruiser and UNNAMED; 16 ft. lifeboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #331; Builder, John H. Mathis Yacht Building Co.; 1928
34.226BLACKBIRD; 93.66 ft. cruiserDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #332; Builder, Julius P. Petersen; 1928
34.227AMIDA; 195 ft. diesel yacht and UNNAMED; 24 ft. launchDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #333; Builder, Krupp Germaniawerft; 1928
34.228LONE STAR; 171.75 ft. diesel yacht, UNNAMED; 26 ft. owner's launch, UNNAMED; 26 ft. launch and UNNAMED; 26 ft. tenderDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #334; Builder, Krupp Germaniawerft; 1929
34.229CITY OF GALVESTON; 87 ft. fire boatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #336; Builder, J. S. Schofield's Sons Co.; 1929
34.230CARISSIMA; 184.5 ft. diesel yacht, UNNAMED; 22 ft. launch, UNNAMED; 26 ft. launch and UNNAMED; 20 ft. lifeboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #337; Builder, Krupp Germaniawerft; 1929
34.231UNIDENTIFIED; 36 ft. sport fishermanDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #338; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.232RENE; 234.83 ft. diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc. and John H. Wells, Inc.; Design #339; Builder, Pusey & Jones; 1929
34.233NAKHODA; 234.83 ft. diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc. and John H. Wells, Inc.; Design #340; Builder, Pusey & Jones; 1929
34.234CAMBRIONA; 234.83 ft. diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc. and John H. Wells, Inc.; Design #341; Builder, Pusey & Jones; 1930
34.235SAGA; 88.66 ft. diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #343; Builder, Julius P. Petersen; 1929
34.236OLIVE K; 168.83 ft. diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc. and John H. Wells, Inc.; Design #344; Builder, Defoe Boat & Motor Works; 1929
34.237UNIDENTIFIED; 32.5 ft. motorboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #345; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.238ALICE; 179 ft. diesel yacht, UNNAMED; 22 ft. launch and UNNAMED; 18 ft. lifeboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #346; Builder, Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson Ltd.; 1930
34.239ELDA; 138.92 ft. diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #347; Builder, Defoe Boat & Motor Works; 1930
34.240LOTOSLAND; 205.66 ft. diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #349; Builder, Pusey & Jones; 1929
34.241WILLIAM LARIMER JONES; 139.6 ft. sternwheel towboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #351; Builder, Pusey & Jones; 1929
34.242LOTOWANNA III; 84.42 ft. twin screw diesel cruiserDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #352; Builder, Burger Boat Co.; 1930
34.243INDIANA; 200 ft. sternwheel towboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #353; Builder, Charles Ward Engineering Works; 1930
34.244ETAK; 134.16 ft. auxiliary schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #354; Builder, Krupp Germaniawerft; 1930
34.245NORTHWIND; 123.42 ft. diesel yacht, UNNAMED; 20 ft. launch and UNNAMED; 22 ft. sailing lifeboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc. and Frederick W. Capon; Design #355; Builder, Manitowoc Shipbuilding Corp.; 1930
34.246SABIHA III; 95.66 ft. diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #356; Builder, Julius P. Petersen; 1930
34.247REVELER; 247 ft. diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #357; Builder, Krupp Germaniawerft; 1930
34.248ALVA; 264.42 ft. diesel yacht, UNNAMED; 25 ft. launch, UNNAMED; 30 ft. launch, UNNAMED; 30 ft. lifeboat and UNNAMED; 26 ft. motor lifeboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #358; Builder, Krupp Germaniawerft; 1931
34.249PATRICK J. HURLEY; 160 ft. steel sternwheel towboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #360; Builder, Dubuque Boat & Boiler Co.; 1930
34.250M. B. 34; 109 ft. steel cargo bargeDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc. and Standard Unit Navigation Co.; Design #361; Builder, Riter-Conley Co. and Dravo Contracting Co.; 1930
34.251AVALON; 180.75 ft. diesel yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #362; Builder, Pusey & Jones; 1931
34.252UNIDENTIFIED; 67 ft. cargo boatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #363; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.253ARGOSY; 214 ft. diesel yacht, UNNAMED; 28 ft. launch and UNNAMED; 26 ft. launchDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #365; Builder, Krupp Germaniawerft; 1931
34.254ATREUS; 201 ft. steam yachtDesigner, Albert S. Chesebrough; Design number unknown; Builder, Harlan & Hollingsworth Corp.; 1897
34.255BUG; 22 ft. sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.256KITTIWAKE; SloopDesigner uknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.257OHEKA II; 73 ft. express commuting yachtDesigner, F. Lurssen; Design number unknown; Builder, F. Lurssen; 1927
34.258CLEONA; 74 ft. cutterDesigner, Gardner & Cox; Design number unknown; Builder, B. Frank Wood; 1902
34.259GARDENIA; 60 ft. cutterDesigner, William Gardner; Design number unknown; Builder, B. Frank Wood; 1906
34.260UNIDENTIFIED; 28 ft. one design sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.261UNIDENTIFIED; 26.58 ft. Bay Side one design sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.262UNIDENTIFIED; 22 ft. Seawanhaka Corinthian Yacht ClubDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.263UNIDENTIFIED; 22.52 ft. West Hampton-Moriches one design class sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.264UNIDENTIFIED; 38 ft. R class sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.265UNIDENTIFIED; 33 rater sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.266UNIDENTIFIED; 48 rater sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.267UNIDENTIFIED; 24 ft. catboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.268UNIDENTIFIED; 20 ft. centerboard sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.269UNIDENTIFIED; 22 ft. centerboard sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.270UNIDENTIFIED; 23 ft. centerboard sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.271UNIDENTIFIED; 25 ft. sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.272UNIDENTIFIED; 29.5 ft. centerboard sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.273UNIDENTIFIED; 24.75 ft. sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.274UNIDENTIFIED; 31.75 ft. centerboard sloopDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.275UNIDENTIFIED; 31 ft. doryDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.276UNIDENTIFIED; 12 ft. rowing wherryDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #470; Builder, Anchorage, Inc.; Date made unknown
34.277UNIDENTIFIED; 55.25 ft. commuterDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.278WITOCO; 84 ft. auxiliary schoonerDesigner, Henry J. Gielow, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Robert Jacob; 1905
34.279UNIDENTIFIED; 85 ft. houseboatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.280UNIDENTIFIED; 112 ft. motor yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.281UNIDENTIFIED; 185 ft. steam yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.282UNIDENTIFIED; 267 ft. ocean-going steam yachtDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.283CHIRIQUI; 103 ft. auxiliary trading schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.284JAMES PIERCE; 236 ft. 4-masted auxiliary coasting schoonerDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, Washburn Bros.; 1901
34.285UNIDENTIFIED; 130 ft. 3-masted trading schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.286UNIDENTIFIED; 170.5 ft. 3-masted auxiliary coasting schoonerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.287UNIDENTIFIED; 65 ft. lighterDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.288UNIDENTIFIED; 110 ft. single screw wooden passenger and freight steamerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.289UNIDENTIFIED; 410.46 ft. LBP single screw steamerDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.290UNIDENTIFIED; WatercraftDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.291SHRIMPER; 40.25 ft. motorsailerDesigner, John G. Alden; Design #575; Builder, Eau Gallie Boat Basin; 1934
34.292CAPT'N BILLY; 40 ft. auxiliary skipjackDesigner, John G. Alden; Design #725; Builder, Whitehaven Boat Works; 1941
34.293UNIDENTIFIED; 18.25 ft. O class sloopDesigner, John G. Alden; Design #118; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.294ALOHA; 218 ft. auxiliary steel barkDesigner, Tams, Lemoine & Crane; Design number unknown; Builder, Fore River Ship & Engine Corp.; 1910
34.295SHAWMUT; 489.5 ft. twin screw steel steamerDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, Maryland Steel Co.; 1902
34.296ARBUTUS; 172.58 ft. lighthouse tenderDesigner, US Light House Service; Design number unknown; Builder, Pusey & Jones; 1933
34.297WISTARIA; 121.42 ft. lighthouse tenderDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, United Drydock, Incorporated; 1933
34.298UNIDENTIFIED; 30 ft. Atlantic Coast one design class sloopDesigner, W. Starling Burgess; Design number unknown; Builder, Abeking & Rasmussen; Date made unknown
34.299UNIDENTIFIED; 19.33 ft. knockabout sloopDesigner, William Atkin; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.300UNIDENTIFIED; 45.8 meter schoonerDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.301MAGDALENE VINNEN; cargo carrying training shipDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, Krupp Germaniawerft; Circa 1921
34.302WILL EVERARD; 97 ft. sailing bargeDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.303UNIDENTIFIED; non-propelled bargeDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, Federal Shipbuilding & Drydock Co.; Circa 1928
34.304UNIDENTIFIED; Steel cargo bargeDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.305UNIDENTIFIED; 36 ft. self-propelled welded steel bargeDesigner, Boyne Boat Co.; Design number unknown; Builder, Marine Basin Co.; Circa 1942
34.306UNIDENTIFIED; Unloading bargeDesigner, Philip L. Rhodes; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.307RUBAIYAT; 43.92 ft. auxilairy cutterDesigner, John G. Alden; Design number unknown; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1935
34.308BIDOU; 124 ft. motor yachtDesigner, Ben T. Dobson; Design number unknown; Builder, Bath Iron Works; 1930
34.309BINKER; 40 ft. auxiliary cutterDesigner, Megargel & Gruber and Burgess & Donaldson, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Julius P. Petersen; 1934
34.310UNIDENTIFIED; 105.66 ft. clipper bowed brigantineDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.311UNIDENTIFIED; 18 ft. work boatDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, Boyne Boat Co.; Date made unknown
34.312BRITANNIA; 119 ft. royal racing yachtDesigner, George Lenox Watson; Design number unknown; Builder, D. W. Henderson & Co.; 1893
34.313UNIDENTIFIED; Ten meter one design class sloopDesigner, Burgess, Rigg & Morgan, Ltd.; Design number unknown; Builder, Abeking & Rasmussen; Date made unknown
34.314UNIDENTIFIED; 18 ft. centerboard sloopDesigner, Buda Company; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.315UNIDENTIFIED; 22 ft. sloopDesigner, Buda Company; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.316XARIFE; 142 ft. brigantineDesigner, Joseph M. Soper & Son; Design number unknown; Builder, J. Samuel White & Co. Ltd.; 1927
34.317UNIDENTIFIED; 35 ft. Chicago Yacht Club one design class auxiliary sloopDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.318PERUN; 2-masted auxiliary schoonerDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, Wiener; 1926
34.319CAROLINE; 187.16 ft. steam yachtDesigner, William Gardner & Co.; Design number unknown; Builder, Robert Jacob; 1914
34.320ZIMBA; 144.58 ft. diesel yachtDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.321COPIACO; 410 ft. cargo and passenger freighterDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.322ATHENE; 102 ft. yawlDesigner, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1899
34.323ALONDRA; 58 ft. auxiliary yawlDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design #410; Builder, Henry B. Nevins, Inc.; 1937
34.324UNIDENTIFIED; 36 ft. sport fishermanDesigner, Gibbs Gas Engine Company; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.325UNIDENTIFIED; SchoonerDesigner, Bowdoin B. Crowninshield; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.326KARINA; 200 ft. schoonerDesigner, Theodore D. Wells; Design number unknown; Builder, Staten Island Ship Building Co.; 1911
34.327UNIDENTIFIED; 8 meter sloopDesigner, Clinton H. Crane; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.328ROBALISS III; 73 ft. twin screw express cruiserDesigner, Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation; Design number unknown; Builder, Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation; 1926
34.329UNIDENTIFIED; 30 ft. LWL cutterDesigner, Donaldson & Company; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.330DORIS CRANE; 138 ft. auxiliary schoonerDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, W. F. Stone & Son; 1920
34.331UNIDENTIFIED; 29.16 ft. International Dragon class sloopDesigner, Johan Anker; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.332EVELYN V; 75.16 ft. motor cruiserDesigner, John H. Wells, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Chance Marine Construction Company; 1927
34.333UNIDENTIFIED; 210 ft. steel screw ferryboatDesigner, J. W. Millard & Brothers; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.334UNIDENTIFIED; 267 ft. ferryDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, United Shipyards; Date made unknown
34.335UNIDENTIFIED; 224 ft. ferryDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, Staten Island Ship Building Co.; Circa 1922
34.336KISMET; 140.25 ft. steel steam yachtDesigner, Pusey & Jones; Design number unknown; Builder, Pusey & Jones; 1899
34.337UNIDENTIFIED; 30.5 ft. fire boatDesigner, Hanley Engineering Service; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.338FIREFLY; MotorboatDesigner, Eldredge-McInnis; Design #210; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.339UNIDENTIFIED; 65 ft. fishing schoonerDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, Clare Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.; Circa 1946
34.340HUBBARD; 144 ft. steel tuna fishing boatDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.341FLORENCE; 154 ft. steel twin screw cruising power yachtDesigner, Gielow & Orr; Design number unknown; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1914
34.342FLYING CLOUD; 203 ft. 4-masted auxiliary schoonerDesigner, J. B. Barbour; Design number unknown; Builder, Cantieri Navale Orlando; 1927
34.343FLYING CLOUD; SloopDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.344UNIDENTIFIED; 171 ft. steel motor yachtDesigner, Henry J. Gielow, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.345GOLDEN STATE; 128.2 ft. 3-masted fishing schoonerDesigner, Frank Stone; Design number unknown; Builder, Frank Stone; 1913
34.346UNIDENTIFIED; 241 ft, LWL cutterDesigner, Elsworth H. Goldsmith; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.347UNIDENTIFIED; 67.5 ft. twin screw diesel launchDesigner, Henry C. Grebe, Inc.; Design #419; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.348UNIDENTIFIED; 77.5 ft. motorsailerDesigner, Henry C. Grebe, Inc.; Design #418; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.349UNIDENTIFIED; 106 ft. LWL brigantineDesigner, Henry Gruber; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.350UNIDENTIFIED; 21 ft. Great Lakes 21 one design class sloopDesigner, Hodgdon Brothers; Design number unknown; Builder, Douglass & McLeod, Inc.; Date made unknown
34.351NOR'EASTER; 59.25 ft. auxiliary ketchDesigner, William H. Hand; Design number unknown; Builder, Charles A. Anderson; 1927
34.352BRAEMAR; 97 ft. motor yachtDesigner, Norman Hart; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.353UNIDENTIFIED; 24.58 ft. cruising cutterDesigner, Jac. M. Iverson; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.354INTREPID; 205 ft. auxiliary steel barkentineDesigner, Arthur B. Raymond; Design number unknown; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1930
34.355JACINTA; 76.25 ft. 2-masted auxiliary schoonerDesigner, Samuel S. Crocker, Jr.; Design number unknown; Builder, W. J. Reid; 1931
34.356MONROE COUNTY; 120 ft. automobile ferryDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, Gibbs Gas Engine Company; 1929
34.357KOOYONG; 80 ft. cruiserDesigner, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1918
34.358MAGISTRATE; 63 ft. motorboatDesigner, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1916
34.359PETUNIA; 58 ft. cruiserDesigner, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1920
34.360H-14; 14 ft. sailing dinghyDesigner, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #84; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.361TIOGA II; 72 ft. ketchDesigner, L. Francis Herreshoff; Design #66; Builder, Quincy Adams Yacht Yard, Inc.; 1936
34.362ARA; 165 ft. cruiserDesigner, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1922
34.363BAGATELLE; 34 ft. sloopDesigner, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1914
34.364THISTLE; 103 ft. auxiliary yawlDesigner, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #1078; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1928
34.365PHANTOM; 60 ft. twin screw express cruiserDesigner, Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation; Design number unknown; Builder, Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation; 1927
34.366PILGRIM; 85 ft. auxiliary schoonerDesigner, John G. Alden; Design number unknown; Builder, Reed-Cook Marine Construction Co.; 1932
34.367DOBIE; 33.16 ft. sloopDesigner, William Gardner & Co.; Design number unknown; Builder, B. F. Wood's Sons, Inc.; 1921
34.368ARTISAN; 47.5 ft. auxiliary ketchDesigner, Hans Maueroff; Design number unknown; Builder, Artisan Guild Industries; 1936
34.369LADY BUG; 23.83 ft. auxiliary cutterDesigner, Arthur C. Robb; Design number unknown; Builder, Carl Langenbacher; 1934
34.370UNIDENTIFIED; 14 ft. Pacific Coast 14 class dinghyDesigner, Wendall Calkins; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.371TRADE WIND; 62 ft. twin screw motorsailerDesigner, John G. Alden; Design #674; Builder, Robert Jacob; 1938
34.372LADY JANE; 60 ft. auxiliary ketchDesigner, Henry J. Gielow, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Sturgeon Bay Boat Works, Inc.; 1928
34.373KATHARINE; 59 ft. NYYC 40 class sloopDesigner, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1916
34.374MARS; 36.75 ft. 6 meter class sloopDesigner, Clinton H. Crane; Design number unknown; Builder, Henry B. Nevins, Inc.; 1930
34.375UNIDENTIFIED; 81.66 ft. fishing vesselDesigner, Eldredge-McInnis, Inc.; Design #273; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.376UNIDENTIFIED; 57.66 ft. fishing vesselDesigner, Eldredge-McInnis, Inc.; Design #271; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.377UNIDENTIFIED; 39.5 ft. passenger launchDesigner, Boyne Boat Co.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.378PURITAN; 102.75 ft. auxiliary steel schoonerDesigner, John G. Alden; Design #435B; Builder, Electric Boat, Division of General Dynamics; 1931
34.379VANDA; 240 ft. auxiliary schoonerDesigner, Henry J. Gielow, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Bath Iron Works Corp.; 1928
34.380NORNAN; 39.5 ft. 9 meter class auxiliary ketchDesigner, P. Salander; Design number unknown; Builder, Stockholms Batbygger, Akt.; 1931
34.381NINA; 59 ft. ocean racing schoonerDesigner, Burgess, Rigg & Morgan, Ltd.; Design number unknown; Builder, Reuben Bigelow; 1928
34.382ORION; 333.83 ft. diesel yachtDesigner, Germania Werft; Design number unknown; Builder, Germania Werft; 1929
34.383NORTHLAND; 216 ft. US Coast Guard cutter, no. 44Designer unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co.; 1927
34.384UNIDENTIFIED; 177.5 ft. pilot boatDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.385UNIDENTIFIED; 59.83 ft. Larchmont O class sloopDesigner, William Gardner & Co.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.386NON-BOAT; 60 BHP crude oil engineDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.387UNIDENTIFIED; 24 ft. aluminum launchDesigner, W. Starling Burgess; Design number unknown; Builder, Henry B. Nevins, Inc.; Date made unknown
34.388UNIDENTIFIED; 27 ft. long boat launchDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.389UNIDENTIFIED; 32.5 ft. v-bottom runaboutDesigner, Cox & Stevens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Julius P. Petersen; Date made unknown
34.390GUINEVERE; 195 ft. 3-masted auxiliary steel schoonerDesigner, A. Loring Swasey; Design number unknown; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1921
34.391ROSE; Lighthouse tenderDesigner, US Light House Service; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.392VIOLET; 182 ft. lighhouse tenderDesigner, US Light House Service; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.393UNIDENTIFIED; 55 square meter sloopDesigner, Knud H. Reimers; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.394UNIDENTIFIED; 23.25 ft. Rainbow class sloopDesigner, Morris; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.395UNIDENTIFIED; 30 square meter sloopDesigner, Knud H. Reimers; Design number unknown; Builder, Estlander Yachtkonstruktion; Circa 1935
34.396SEQUOIA; 45.33 ft. auxiliary yawlDesigner, Tams & King, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder, Robert Jacob; 1923
34.397UNIDENTIFIED; 89 ft. LWL auxiliary steel schoonerDesigner, Cary Smith & Ferris; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.398SEA ROAMER; 56.42 ft. auxiliary ketchDesigner, Edward Bucker; Design number unknown; Builder, Willis E. Reid; 1924
34.399SKIP OVER; 8 ft. sailing dinghyDesigner, Skip Over Safety Sailboat Co.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.400SOLANA; 106 ft. twin screw cruiserDesigner, Tams Incorporated; Design number unknown; Builder, Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation; 1929
34.401SKIPALONG; 35 ft. sport fishermanDesigner, Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation; Design number unknown; Builder, Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation; 1923
34.402UNIDENTIFIED; 100 ft. steel dump scowDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.403UNIDENTIFIED; 51 ft. harbor patrol boattDesigner, Merritt Demarest; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.404JULITA; 31 ft. launchDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.405UNIDENTIFIED; Aluminum launchDesigner, W. Starling Burgess; Design number unknown; Builder, Henry B. Nevins, Inc.; Circa 1940
34.406PLEIADES; 82 ft. motor cruising yachtDesigner, Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation; Design number unknown; Builder, Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation; 1928
34.407NON-BOAT; 3 bladed propeller series data graphsDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.408UNIDENTIFIED; 45 ftl. LWL service launchDesigner, Standard Shipping Co.; Design number unknown; Builder, Jakobson & Peterson Boat Yard; Date made unknown
34.409UNIDENTIFIED; 13 ft. rowing skiffDesigner, Morgan Barney; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.410UNIDENTIFIED; 16 ft. motor launchDesigner, Morgan Barney; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.411UNIDENTIFIED; 142 ft. 3-masted schoonerDesigner, J. M Soper & Son; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.412UNIDENTIFIED; 10 ft. South Shore deck class D sailing dinghyDesigner, O. D. Schneider; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.413UNIDENTIFIED; 14 ft. Nassau 14 one design class dinghyDesigner, Sparkman & Stephens, Inc.; Design #23; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.414UNIDENTIFIED; 48.99 ft. 8 meter sloopDesigner, Sparkman & Stephens, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.415CARBONITA; 49.08 ft. 8 meter sloopDesigner, Tore Holm; Design number unknown; Builder, Holms Yacht; 1927
34.416NON-BOAT; Super winch for yachtsDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.417UNIDENTIFIED; 60.12 ft. floating plantDesigner, US Army Corps of Engineers; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.418UNIDENTIFIED; 61.37 ft. diesel towboatDesigner, US Army Corps of Engineers; Design number unknown; Builder, Burger Boat Co.; Circa 1939
34.419UNIDENTIFIED; 150 ft. sternwheel towboatDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.420UNIDENTIFIED; 106 ft. twin screw cruiserDesigner, Tams & King, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.421UNIDENTIFIED; 102 ft. steel harbor tugDesigner, F. F. Kauffmann; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.422UNIDENTIFIED; 105 ft. salvage tugDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.423UNIDENTIFIED; 70 ft. harbor tugDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.424UNIDENTIFIED; 100.16 ft. harbor tugDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.425UNIDENTIFIED; 70 ft. harbor tugDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, Pennsylvania Shipyards Inc.; Circa 1933
34.426UNIDENTIFIED; 149 ft. steel steam tugDesigner, US War Department; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.427T. J. SCULLY; 96 ft. steam tugDesigner, Burlee Drydock Co.; Design number unknown; Builder, Burlee Drydock Co.; 1904
34.428UNIDENTIFIED; 31 ft. steel hull work boatDesigner, US Army Corps of Engineers; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.429UNIDENTIFIED; 54 ft. twin diesel cruiserDesigner, Peterson Boat Works; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.430COCOCOLO; 126.5 ft. LBP steam tugDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.431TAURUS; TugDesigne unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.432JOSEPH MESECK; 104.37 ft. tugDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, Harry A. Marvel; Date made unknown
34.433UNIDENTIFIED; 74 ft. LWL cruiserDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.434VANITIE; 118 ft. cutterDesigner, William Gardner & Co.; Design number unknown; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1914
34.435ARBELLA; 73.5 ft. auxiliary cruising ketchDesigner, John G. Alden; Design #308; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1927
34.436VICTORIA MARY; 135 ft. cruiserDesigner, Purdy Boat Co.; Design number unknown; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1922
34.437VIRGINIA; Motor yachtDesigner, George Wilson & Co..; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
34.438W. S. GRATTAN; Fire boatDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, Crescent Shipyard; 1900
34.439UNIDENTIFIED; 75 ft. diesel patrol boatDesigner, US Coast Guard; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown

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