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Albert E. Condon Collection



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Overview of the Collection

Biography of Albert E. Condon

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Detailed Description of the Collection


      

Overview of the Collection

  Repository:Daniel S. Gregory Ships Plans Library, Mystic Seaport
  Creator:Condon, Albert E., 1887-1963
  Title:Albert E. Condon Collection
  Dates:1916-1961
  Extent:598 sheets representing 153 designs
  Abstract:This collection, mostly fishing draggers and scallopers, also includes commercial cargo carriers and yachts as well as collected plans of other designers.
  Identification:Coll. 35

Biography of Albert E. Condon

Albert E. Condon (1887-1963) of Thomaston, Maine, studied naval architecture at the Franklin Union in Boston, Massachusetts and was also an accomplished boatbuilder. He began his career by working his way through school as an apprentice boatbuilder for his uncle Rufus G. Condon. After graduating, he joined the firm of C. A. Morse of Thomaston, Maine, as a boatbuilder. He went on to work for George Lawley & Son Corp., Neponset, Massachusetts, as a boatbuilder before joining the Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, Maine as a designer. Mr. Condon worked as both a designer and boatbuilder for Gray Boat Company, Thomaston, Maine; I. L. Snow Shipyard, Rockland, Maine; and Pierce & Kilburn, Fairhaven, Massachusetts, where he designed many of his large fishing vessels. He was one of the first to design and build wooden fishing boats to American Bureau of Shipping A-1 standards. Mr. Condon retired in 1950 and returned to Thomaston, Maine where he continued to design at home until his death in 1963.

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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 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:

Sample, Frank L. (Jr.)

Corporate Bodies:

Bristol Yacht Building Company
Gray Boat Company
I. L. Snow Shipyard
Newbert & Wallace

Vessels:

Growler (Fishing vessel)
Jerry & Jimmy (Fishing vessel)
Pelican (Fishing vessel)
Roann (Fishing vessel)
St. George (Fishing vessel)

Subjects:

Boats and boating
Fishing boats--Design and construction
Naval architects
Shipbuilders
Ships plans

Document Types:

Ships plans

Occupations:

Naval architects--United States
Shipbuilders--United States

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Coll. 35, 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; 1916-1961
      
35.1ALOHA; 92 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Newbert & Wallace; 1945
35.2ANNIE M. JACKSON; diesel scallop fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Gray Boat Company; 1941
35.3BOBBY & HARVEY; diesel scallop fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Bristol Yacht Building Company; 1944
35.4BUZZ & BILLY; 80 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.5CAP'N BILL; 60 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Newbert & Wallace; 1942
35.6CAROL & ESTELLE; 71 ft. or 67.25 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Bristol Yacht Building Company; 1944
35.7C. R. & M.; 65.16 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Davis Boat Yard; 1949
35.8ETHEL C.; 77 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Newbert & Wallace; 1944
35.9EUGENE H.; 77 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Newbert & Wallace; 1944
35.10GROWLER; 70.25 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Newbert & Wallace; 1942
35.11JERRY & JIMMY; 78.83 ft. diesel scallop fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Gray Boat Company; 1943
35.12JULIA ELEANOR; 90 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, I. L. Snow Shipyard; 1939
35.13JUNOJAES; 96.58 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Frank L. Sample, Jr.; 1945
35.14MARY GRACE; 86 ft. diesel seine fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, I. L. Snow Shipyard; 1936
35.15MARY JANE; 90 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, I. L. Snow Shipyard; 1936
35.16MUSKEGON; 72 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, I. L. Snow Shipyard; 1937
35.17NANCY JANE; 68 ft. diesel scallop fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Bristol Yacht Building Company; 1950
35.18PELICAN; 79 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Bristol Yacht Building Company; 1944
35.19POMANDER; 84.92 ft. diesel fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.20POTOMSKA; 98.33 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Furnans Yacht Agency; Builder, Pierce & Kilburn; 1941
35.21PRISCILLA V; 62 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Newbert & Wallace; 1943
35.22ROANN; 60.08 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Newbert & Wallace; Circa 1945
35.23RUTH-MOSES; 77.83 ft. diesel scallop fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Bristol Yacht Building Company; 1953
35.24VIVIAN FAY; 76.08 ft. diesel scallop fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Bristol Yacht Building Company; 1951
35.25SEA HAWK; 63 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Palmer Scott & Co.; 1943
35.26ST. GEORGE; 110 ft. diesel trawler fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, I. L. Snow Shipyard; 1940
35.27SYLVESTER F. WHALEN; 98.33 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Morse Boatbuilding Corp.; 1947
35.28UNIDENTIFIED; 67.25 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.29UNIDENTIFIED; 51.5 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.30CHRISTINE & DAN; 55.92 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Wharton Shipyard; 1944
35.31UNIDENTIFIED; 53.08 ft. fisherman type motor yachtDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.32THOMAS D.; 96.58 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, W. A. Robinson, Inc.; 1944
35.33UNIDENTIFIED; 70.66 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.34UNIDENTIFIED; 71.33 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Bristol Yacht Building Company; 1944
35.35UNIDENTIFIED; 72.33 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.36UNIDENTIFIED; 73.83 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.37MARI GALE BARBARA; 73.58 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Newbert & Wallace; 1961
35.38UNIDENTIFIED; 75 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.39UNIDENTIFIED; 75.33 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.40UNIDENTIFIED; 78.83 ft. diesel scallop fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.41UNIDENTIFIED; 84 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.42UNIDENTIFIED; 84.08 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.43UNIDENTIFIED; 85 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.44UNIDENTIFIED; 87.33 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.45UNIDENTIFIED; 87.33 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.46UNIDENTIFIED; 89 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.47UNIDENTIFIED; 93.08 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.48UNIDENTIFIED; 91.66 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Pierce & Kilburn; Date made unknown
35.49UNIDENTIFIED; 98 ft. diesel fisherman, proposed U. S. Army layoutDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Pierce & Kilburn; Date made unknown
35.50UNIDENTIFIED; 99 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.51UNIDENTIFIED; 100 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.52UNIDENTIFIED; 111 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.53MOBY; 121 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, I. L. Snow Shipyard; Date made unknown
35.54ACUSHNET; 3-masted schoonerDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.55MAC; 33 ft. yawlDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.56PONY EXPRESS; 98 ft. express cruiserDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.57SUNBEAM; 80.33 ft. mission boatDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Jonah D. Morse; 1926
35.58VINALHAVEN; 100 ft. steamship passenger ferryDesigner unknown; Builder unknown; 1892
35.59VINALHAVEN III; 86 ft. proposed passenger, automobile and freight ferryDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.60GOSNOLD; 103 ft. steam ferryDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Palmer Shipbuilding Co.; 1906
35.61UNIDENTIFIED; 50.92 ft. diesel tow boatDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.62UNIDENTIFIED; 60 ft. oil carrierDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, I. L. Snow Shipyard; Circa 1934
35.63UNIDENTIFIED; 69.5 ft. oil carrierDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, I. L. Snow Shipyard; Circa 1933
35.64UNIDENTIFIED; 45 ft. auxiliary yawlDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, I. L. Snow Shipyard; Circa 1936
35.65UNIDENTIFIED; 95 ft. diesel yachtDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.66UNIDENTIFIED; 39 ft. sloopDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.67UNIDENTIFIED; 33.16 ft. auxiliary sloopDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.68UNIDENTIFIED; 28.25 ft. sloopDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Gray Boat Company; 1933
35.69UNIDENTIFIED; 30 ft. knockabout sloopDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.70UNIDENTIFIED; 37.5 ft. Friendship sloopDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.71UNIDENTIFIED; 21.75 ft. proposed Penobscot Bay class sloopDesigner, Gray Boat Company; Builder, Gray Boat Company; Date made unknown
35.72UNIDENTIFIED; 96 ft. 2-masted auxiliary schoonerDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, I. L. Snow Shipyard; Date made unknown
35.73UNIDENTIFIED; 48 ft. 2-masted schoonerDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.74UNIDENTIFIED; 67.83 ft. 2-masted auxiliary schoonerDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.75UNIDENTIFIED; 74.16 ft. 2-masted flush deck auxiliary schoonerDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Gray Boat Company; Circa 1931
35.76UNIDENTIFIED; 3-masted schoonerDesigner unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.77UNIDENTIFIED; 159.16 ft. 4-masted schooner for cod fishingDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, I. L. Snow Shipyard; Circa 1935
35.78UNIDENTIFIED; 67 ft. 2-masted schoonerDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, I. L. Snow Shipyard; Circa 1938
35.79UNIDENTIFIED; 32 ft. diesel motor boatDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, I. L. Snow Shipyard; Circa 1937
35.80UNIDENTIFIED; 30 ft. round bottom runaboutDesigner, Russell Gray; Builder, Gray Boat Company; Circa 1932
35.81UNIDENTIFIED; 23 ft. motorboatDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.82UNIDENTIFIED; 40 ft. special stock cruiserDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Gray Boat Company; Date made unknown
35.83UNIDENTIFIED; 54 ft. twin screw diesel cruiserDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Gray Boat Company; Circa 1930
35.84UNIDENTIFIED; 50 ft. motorboatDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.85UNIDENTIFIED; 64 ft. auxiliary cruiserDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.86UNIDENTIFIED; 28 ft. open runaboutDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Winnipesaukee Motor Craft Co.; CIrca 1931
35.87GREYHOUND; 37.66 ft. gas crew fishing boatDesigner unknown; Builder unknown; 1936
35.88CAROLINE III; 36.83 ft. raised deck cruiserDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Gray Boat Company; 1930
35.89UNIDENTIFIED; 42.33 ft. twin screw day cruiserDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Gray Boat Company; Circa 1930
35.90UNIDENTIFIED; 60 ft. twin screw cruiserDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Gray Boat Company; Circa 1930
35.91UNIDENTIFIED; 85 ft. cruiserDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Gray Boat Company; Circa 1928
35.92UNIDENTIFIED; 40 ft. single screw cruiserDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, I. L. Snow Shipyard; Circa 1936
35.93UNIDENTIFIED; 16.42 ft. dinghy for outboard motorDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Gray Boat Company; 1929
35.94UNIDENTIFIED; 36 ft. cabin cruiserDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.95UNIDENTIFIED; 56 ft. single screw diesel cruiserDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Gray Boat Company; Circa 1930
35.96UNIDENTIFIED; 60 ft. proposed U. S. Customs patrol boatDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.97UNIDENTIFIED; 95 ft. proposed fire boatDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.98DOLPHIN; 88.33 ft. diesel fishing boatDesigner unknown; Builder, Newbert & Wallace; 1946
35.99FANTASY; motorboatDesigner unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.100WAMSUTTA; 84.25 ft. oil screw fishing vesselDesigner unknown; Builder unknown; 1929
35.101NEWFOUNDLAND; 86.42 ft. oil screw fishing vesselDesigner unknown; Builder unknown; 1930
35.102RADIANT; 63.57 ft. LWL motorboatDesigner unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.103UNIDENTIFIED; 63.33 ft. aircraft rescue boatDesigner, Thomas T. Lunde; Builder, Stonington Deer Isle Yacht Co.; Circa 1953
35.104KORANA; 75 ft. motorboatDesigner, John H. Wells; Builder, Chance Marine Construction Company; 1928
35.105SEA SAILS III: 87.16 ft. motorboatDesigner, Henry J. Gielow, Inc; Builder, Defoe Boat & Motor Works; 1928
35.106YANKEE; 126 ft. sloopDesigner, Belknap & Paine, Inc.; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1930
35.107NODOLE ISLAND; 174.42 ft. double screw wooden ferryDesigner unknown; Builder, Richard T. Green & Co.; 1921
35.108NOREEN; 94 ft. oil screw dragger fishing vesselDesigner unknown; Builder unknown; 1936
35.109Elco Cruisette; 32 ft. motorboat and Elco Cruisette; 38 ft. motorboatDesigner, Elco Boat Company; Builder, Elco Boat Company; Date made unknown
35.110Elco Marinette; 24 ft. motorboatDesigner, Elco Boat Company; Builder, Elco Boat Company; Date made unknown
35.111UNIDENTIFIED; 11 ft. dory skiffDesigner, B. T. Dodson; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.112UNIDENTIFIED; 16.08 ft. dinghyDesigner, Eldredge-McInnis; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.113UNIDENTIFIED; 65 ft. offshore diesel cruiserDesigner, Kenneth L. Smith; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.114UNIDENTIFIED; 16 ft. metal lifeboatDesigner, Lane Lifeboat & Davit Corp.; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.115MARY CHILTON; 205 ft. sidewheel steamerDesigner unknown; Builder, McKie Shipbuilding Co.; 1916
35.116UNIDENTIFIED; 28 ft. cruiserDesigner, William J. Deed; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.117UNIDENTIFIED; 96.33 ft. diesel trawlerDesigner, John G. Alden; Eldredge-McInnis; Design #740C-304; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.118WAVE; 146 ft. diesel trawlerDesigner, John G. Alden; Builder, Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp.; 1938
35.119VAGABOND; 54.75 ft. auxiliary cruising ketchDesigner, John G. Alden; Builder, Reed-Cook Marine Construction Co.; 1928
35.120UNIDENTIFIED; 87 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, John G. Alden; Design #B-576; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.121MALABAR XII; 46.66 ft. auxiliary cruising ketchDesigner, John G. Alden; Design #696; Builder, Morse Boatbuilding Corp.; 1939
35.122MALABAR XIII; 53.75 ft. auxiliary cruising ketchDesigner, John G. Alden; Design #756; Builder, Goudy & Stevens; 1945
35.123TIOGA; 57 ft. auxiliary ketchDesigner, L. Francis Herreshoff; Builder; Britt Brothers; 1932
35.124LAST STRAW; 43.25 ft. Herreshoff Fishers Island 31Designer, Nathanael G. Herreshoff, re-rig, John G. Alden; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; Date made unknown
35.125UNIDENTIFIED; 60.5 ft. fishing vesselDesigner, Eldredge-McInnis; Builder, Wheeler Shipbuilding Corporation; Circa 1944
35.126Advertisement for seven draggersDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Frank L. Sample, Jr. and I. L. Snow Shipyard; 1939-1946
35.127UNIDENTIFIED; 21.75 ft. sloopDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Gray Boat Company; Date made unknown
35.128FLYING YANKEE; 39.25 ft. yawlDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Gray Boat Company; Circa 1931
35.129Advertisement for six motor cruisersDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Gray Boat Company; Date made unknown
35.130NON-BOAT; 25 sketches of engines and other machineryDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.131NON-BOAT; Five marine enginesDesigner, Atlas Imperial Diesel Engines; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.132NON-BOAT; Marine diesel enginesDesigner, Fairbanks-Morse Diesel Engines; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.133NON-BOAT; Marine diesel enginesDesigner, Superior Diesel Engine Co.; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.134NON-BOAT; Trawler equipmentDesigner, New England Trawler Equipment Co.; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.135NON-BOAT; Cost curvesDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.136NON-BOAT; Wing shaft and stuffing box detailsDesigner unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.137NON-BOAT; Marine railway surveyDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.138NON-BOAT; Mobile homeDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.139NON-BOAT; One and a half story six room houseDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.140NON-BOAT; HouseDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.141UNIDENTIFIED; 100 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Frank L. Sample, Jr.; Circa 1944
35.142UNIDENTIFIED; 96.58 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Frank L. Sample, Jr.; 1944
35.143UNIDENTIFIED; 87.37 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Frank L. Sample, Jr.; 1946
35.144UNIDENTIFIED; 77 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Frank L. Sample, Jr.; Circa 1943
35.145UNIDENTIFIED; 70.58 ft. diesel fishermanDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Frank L. Sample, Jr.; Circa 1943
35.146UNIDENTIFIED; 60.08 ft. diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, Frank L. Sample, Jr.; Circa 1944
35.147NON-BOAT; Turn winchDesigner unknown; Design #1335-40; Builder, Hathaway Machinery Co.; Date made unknown
35.148NON-BOAT; Rudder carrierDesigner unknown; Builder, Hathaway Machinery Co.; Date made unknown
35.149UNIDENTIFIED; 66 ft. dragger fishing vesselDesigner unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.150NON-BOAT; Marine engineDesigner unknown; Design #50C5HB32; Builder, Fairbanks-Morse Marine Diesel Engines; Date made unknown
35.151NON-BOAT; Marine engineDesigner unknown; Design #MD-6-RT; Builder, National Supply Co.; Date made unknown
35.152UNIDENTIFIED; 89.08 ft. fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
35.153ST. GEORGE; 110 ft. wood diesel dragger fishing vesselDesigner, Albert E. Condon; Builder, I. L. Snow Shipyard and Frank L. Sample, Jr.; 1939

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