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Charles D. Schock Collection



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Overview of the Collection

Biography of Charles D. Schock

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Detailed Description of the Collection


            

Overview of the Collection

    Repository:Daniel S. Gregory Ships Plans Library, Mystic Seaport
    Creator:Schock, Charles David, 1923-
    Title:Charles D. Schock Collection
    Dates:1900-1958
    Extent:194 sheets representing 107 designs
    Abstract:This collection includes plans for both motor and sailing yachts as well as plans drawn and collected by Edson B. Schock and Edson I. Schock. Designers represented include John G. Alden, Eldredge-McInnis, Inc., Frederic S. Nock, A. Cary Smith and Sparkman & Stephens, Inc. For information on other plans by the Schocks, refer to Edson B. Schock and Edson I. Schock collection (Collection 49) and Schock Family collection (Collection 123).
    Identification:Coll. 113

Biography of Charles D. Schock

Charles David Schock, (1923-) M. E., is the grandson of Edson Burr Schock and the son of Edson Irwin Schock. As a designer, Mr. Schock was employed by John G. Alden, Inc. and Sparkman & Stephens, Inc., and had worked with his grandfather, Edson B. in California. He also did some work with his father, Edson I. Charles Schock also worked on the design of power vessels for William H. Tripp, Sr. and Robert B. Harris.

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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 . For copies of plans by Sparkman & Stephens, Inc., contact Sparkman & Stephens, 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
Nock, Frederic S.
Schock, Edson Burr, 1871-1950
Smith, A. Cary, 1837-1911

Corporate Bodies:

Eldredge-McInnis, Inc.
Sparkman & Stephens, Inc.

Vessels:

Artmar (Motorboat)
Elmina (Schooner)
Tekla (Schooner)
Uncas (Schooner)

Subjects:

Boats and boating
Motorboats
Naval architecture--Designs and plans
Sailboats
Schooners
Ships plans
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. 113, 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; 1900-1958
            
113.1UNIDENTIFIED; 37.66 ft. launchDesigner, Frederic S. Nock; Design #106; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.2TURTLE; 36 ft. launchDesigner, Frederic S. Nock; Design #116; Builder, Frederic S. Nock; 1904
113.3ETHELSA; 70 ft. gas yachtDesigner, Frederic S. Nock; Design #138; Builder, Frederic S. Nock; 1906
113.4UNIDENTIFIED; 40 ft. cruiserDesigner, Frederic S. Nock; Design #162; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.5UNIDENTIFIED; 40 ft. cruiserDesigner, Frederic S. Nock; Design #164; Builder, Frederic S. Nock; Date made unknown
113.6UNIDENTIFIED; 42.75 ft. motor yachtDesigner, Frederic S. Nock; Design #172; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.7ANNAWETA; 57 ft. power cruiserDesigner, Frederic S. Nock; Design #178; Builder, Frederic S. Nock; 1908
113.8UNIDENTIFIED; 39.92 ft. motor yachtDesigner, Frederic S. Nock; Design #180; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.9UNIDENTIFIED; 42 ft. motorboatDesigner, Frederic S. Nock; Design #200; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.10UNIDENTIFIED; 51.75 ft. motor yachtDesigner, Frederic S. Nock; Design #222; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.11ACHELOUS; 75 ft. motor cruiserDesigner, Frederic S. Nock; Design #228; Builder, Frederic S. Nock; 1911
113.12ARTMAR; 60 ft. motor yachtDesigner, Frederic S. Nock; Design #230; Builder, Frederic S. Nock; 1912
113.13SANTA MARIA; 64 ft. motor cruiserDesigner, Frederic S. Nock; Design #242; Builder, Frederic S. Nock; 1913
113.14LYDIA III; 55.75 ft. offshore cruiserDesigner, Frederic S. Nock; Design #244; Builder, Frederic S. Nock; 1913
113.15UNIDENTIFIED; 69.5 ft. motor yachtDesigner, Frederic S. Nock; Design #260; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.16TOPAZ; 77.66 ft. motor yachtDesigner, Frederic S. Nock; Design #322; Builder, Frederic S. Nock; 1921
113.17UNIDENTIFIED; 40 ft. bridge deck cruiserDesigner, Frederic S. Nock; Design #324; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.18UNIDENTIFIED; 71.70 ft. cruising power yachtDesigner, Frederic S. Nock; Design #352; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.19UNIDENTIFIED; 41.08 ft. auxiliary motor boatDesigner, Frederic S. Nock; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.20UNIDENTIFIED; Auxiliary motor yachtDesigner, Frederic S. Nock; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.21UNIDENTIFIED; 44 ft. express ferryDesigner, Walter J. McInnis for George Lawley & Son Corp.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.22UNIDENTIFIED; 13 ft. motorboatDesigner, Walter J. McInnis for Elddredge-McInnis, Inc.; Design #133; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.23MARILYN; 48 ft. motor cruiserDesigner, Walter J. McInnis for Eldredge-McInnis, Inc.; Design #136; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.24LUCY II; 36 ft. auxiliary sloopDesigner, Eldredge-McInnis, Inc.; Design #227-A; Builder, Pinaud's Yacht Yard; 1953
113.25TRIM TOO; 50.33 ft. twin screw cruiserDesigner, Walter J. McInnis for Eldredge-McInnis, Inc.; Design #231; Builder, James E. Graves; 1937
113.26MARY ANN; 36 ft. twin screw cruiserDesigner, Eldredge-McInnis, Inc.; Design #242; Builder, Frederic S. Nock; 1938
113.27UNIDENTIFIED; 30 ft. sport fishermanDesigner, Eldredge-McInnis, Inc.; Design #262; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.28UNIDENTIFIED; 30 ft. sport fishermanDesigner, Eldredge-McInnis, Inc.; Design #321; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.29UNIDENTIFIED; 36 ft. sport fishermanDesigner, John S. Barry for Eldredge-McInnis, Inc.; Design #339; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.30WAVA-E II; 40.08 ft. motor cruiserDesigner, Eldredge-McInnis, Inc.; Design #370; Builder, Marblehead Boat Corp.; 1948
113.31UNIDENTIFIED; 39.60 ft. sport fishermanDesigner, Walter J. McInnis for Eldredge-McInnis, Inc.; Design #471; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.32UNIDENTIFIED; 35.83 ft. express cruiserDesigner, Eldredge-McInnis, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.33UNIDENTIFIED; 50 ft. motor sailerDesigner, Eldredge-McInnis, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.34ALBERT T. GOULD; 50 ft. motor boatDesigner, Walter J. McInnis for Eldredge-McInnis, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.35UNIDENTIFIED; WatercraftDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.36UNIDENTIFIED; 59 ft. sport fishermanDesigner, Walter J. McInnis for Eldredge-McInnis, Inc.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.37UNIDENTIFIED; 47.5 ft. power cruiserDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.38UNIDENTIFIED; WatercraftDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.39DORESS; 39.64 ft. R class sloopDesigner, John G. Alden; Design #260; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1925
113.40BARBARA; 46 ft. R class sloopDesigner, John G. Alden; Design #263; Builder, Abeking & Rasmussen; 1925
113.41ANACAPA; 43.25 ft. auxiliary cutterDesigner, John G. Alden; Design #613; Builder, Fellows & Stewart; 1936
113.42STAGHOUND; 39.25 auxiliary cruising ketchDesigner, John G. Alden; Design #651; Builder, Dittmar & Gardner; 1937
113.43SANTANA; 55.16 ft. auxiliary schoonerDesigner, Olin J. Stephens II for Sparkman & Stephens, Inc.; Design #59; Builder, Wilmington Boat Works; 1935
113.44PRELUDE; 46.92 ft. 8 meter sloopDesigner, Sparkman & Stephens, Inc.; Design #144; Builder, Wilmington Boat Works; 1937
113.45CHUBASCO; 67.25 ft. auxiliary yawlDesigner, Sparkman & Stephens, Inc.; Design #255; Builder, Wilmington Boat Works; 1939
113.46VENDAVAL; 64.66 ft. auxiliary yawlDesigner, Sparkman & Stephens, Inc.; Design #301; Builder unknown; 1940
113.47BACCARAT; 52.16 ft. auxiliary yawlDesigner, Sparkman & Stephens, Inc.; Design #1047; Builder, Abeking & Rasmussen; 1953
113.48BOLERO; 73.5 ft. auxiliary yawlDesigner, Al Mason for Sparkman & Stephens, Inc.; Design #711; Builder, Henry B. Nevins, Inc.; 1949
113.49CRIOLLO; 67.08 ft. auxiliary yawlDesigner, Al Mason for Sparkman & Stephens, Inc.; Design #792; Builder unknown; 1947
113.50CIRCE; 56.70 ft. auxiliary yawlDesigner, Al Mason for Sparkman & Stephens, Inc.; Design #852; Builder unknown; 1949
113.51VERSATILE; 88.69 ft. motorsailerDesigner, Stanley Potter for Sparkman & Stephens, Inc.; Design #873; Builder, Simms Brothers; 1950
113.52DORIS III; 67.5 ft. auxiliary schoonerDesigner, George Owen; Design number unknown; Builder, Hodgdon Brothers; 1929
113.53ANNA MARINA; 63.86 ft. auxiliary yawlDesigner, Henry W. Uhle for Sparkman & Stephens, Inc.; Design #915; Builder unknown; 1950
113.54PALAWAN; 47.25 ft. auxiliary yawlDesigner, Frank J. Jerabek, Sr. and Enez L. Nardi for Sparkman & Stephens, Inc.; Design #991; Builder, Abeking & Rasmussen; 1952
113.55UNCAS; SchoonerDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.56UNIDENTIFIED; 62 ft. schooner yachtDesigner, Smith & Barbey; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.57UNIDENTIFIED; 42.25 ft. sloop yachtDesigner, A. Cary Smith for Smith & Barbey; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.58UNIDENTIFIED; 72 ft. stern wheel houseboatDesigner, Smith & Barbey; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.59ELMINA; 99 ft. schooner yachtDesigner, A. Cary Smith for Smith & Barbey; Design #213; Builder, Townsend & Downey Shipbuilding & Repair; 1901
113.60UNIDENTIFIED; 67.5 ft. ketch yachtDesigner, Smith & Barbey; Design #202; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.61UNCAS; 66.5 ft. schoonerDesigner, Smith & Barbey; Design number unknown; Builder, A. C. Brown & Sons; 1898
113.62GENESEE; 148 ft. auxiliary schoonerDesigner, A. Cary Smith for Smith & Barbey; Design #13; Builder, Lewis Nixon; 1900
113.63NEW YORK; 154 ft. steam pilot boatDesigner, A. Cary Smith for Smith & Barbey; Design number unknown; Builder, Harlan & Hollingsworth Corp.; 1887
113.64Detail of gaff jaws and endDesigner, Smith & Barbey; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.65CHESTER W. CHAPIN; 324 ft. steam ferry boatDesigner, A. Cary Smith; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.66UNIDENTIFIED; 82.75 ft. auxiliary schoonerDesigner, A. Cary Smith; Design #90; Builder, Crescent Shipyard; Date made unknown
113.67TEKLA; 78.5 ft. auxiliary schoonerDesigner, A. Cary Smith; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.68AMORITA; 99.5 ft. schoonerDesigner, A. Cary Smith for Smith & Barbey; Design #16; Builder, Harlan & Hollingsworth Corp.; 1895
113.69COLONIA; 126 ft. cutterDesigner, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #435; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1893
113.70HELENE; 63.25 ft. schoonerDesigner, A. Cary Smith; Design number unknown; Builder, William P. Kirk; 1895
113.71CHAPIN; 68.75 ft. yawlDesigner, A. Cary Smith; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.72UNIDENTIFIED; 93 ft. schooner-rigged pilot boatDesigner, A. Cary Smith; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.73VIGIL; 62 ft. schooner yachtDesigner, Smith & Barbey; Design number unknown; Builder, A. C. Brown & Sons; 1898
113.74METEOR; 162.08 ft. schoonerDesigner, A. Cary Smith; Design number unknown; Builder, C. & R. Poillon; Circa 1901
113.75ARIEL; 109 ft. schoonerDesigner, A. Cary Smith; Design number unknown; Builder, Harlan & Hollingsworth Corp.; 1893
113.76VENONA; 65.42 ft. schoonerDesigner, A. Cary Smith for Cary Smith & Ferris; Design number unknown; Builder, Robert Jacob, Inc.; 1905
113.77UNIDENTIFIED; SchoonerDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.78SAKANA; 46 ft. yawlDesigner, A. Cary Smith; Design number unknown; Builder, Read Brothers; 1897
113.79YAMPA; 134 ft. cruising and racing off-shore schoonerDesigner, A. Cary Smith; Design #22; Builder, Harlan & Hollingsworth Corp.; 1897
113.80BUCKEYE; 18 ft. schoonerDesigner, A. Cary Smith; Design #7; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.81SAVAGE; 63.5 ft. schoonerDesigner, A. Cary Smith; Design #6; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.82EDRIS; 84.42 ft. auxiliary schoonerDesigner, A. Cary Smith for Smith & Barbey; Design #90; Builder, Crescent Shipyard; 1901
113.83MARIS; 51 ft. sloopDesigner, Tams, Lemoine & Crane; Design #18; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1900
113.84KATONAH; 54 ft. K class sloopDesigner, A. Cary Smith; Design #18; Builder, George Lawley & Son Corp.; 1896
113.85RAIDER; Sailing yachtDesigner, Tams, Lemoine & Crane; Design #19; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.86UNIDENTIFIED; Sailing yachtDesigner, Tams, Lemoine & Crane; Design #26; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.87LASCA; 119 ft. schooner yachtDesigner, A. Cary Smith for Smith & Barbey; Design #5; Builder, Henry Piepgras; 1892
113.88skipped number    
113.89CONSTELLATION; 134.33 ft. schooner yachtDesigner, Edward Burgess; Design number unknown; Builder, Henry Piepgras; 1889
113.90CALIF; 38 ft. sailing yachtDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.91KATRINA; 86.5 ft. schooner yachtDesigner, A. Cary Smith; Design number unknown; Builder, Henry Piepgras; 1888
113.92UNIDENTIFIED; WatercraftDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.93EXPRESS; 89.42 ft. steam yachtDesigner, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design number unknown; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Company; 1902
113.94UNIDENTIFIED; 100.5 ft. LWL 3-masted schoonerDesigner, Thomas D. Bowes; Design #619; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.95BAINBRIDGE; 119.25 ft. passenger steamerDesigner, S. H. McLane; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; 1915
113.96PATRICIA; 37.75 ft. R class sloopDesigner, Charles Nicholson; Design #304; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.97UNIDENTIFIED; 227 ft. power yachtDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.98UNIDENTIFIED; 52 ft. sloopDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.99UNIDENTIFIED; 24.5 ft. Chris Craft motorboatDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder, Chris Craft; Date made unknown
113.100UNIDENTIFIED; Sea skifftDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.101UNIDENTIFIED; 32.5 ft. LWL cruiserDesigner, Edson B. Schock; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.102UNIDENTIFIED; 8 meter sloopDesigner unknown; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.103TAMALMAR; 56.75 ft. auxiliary ketchDesigner, George Wayland; Design number unknown; Builder, Stephens Bros.; 1927
113.104RESOLUTE; 106.25 ft. cutterDesigner, Nathanael G. Herreshoff; Design #725; Builder, Herreshoff Manufacturing Co.; 1914
113.105UNIDENTIFIED; 37.5 ft. Laurnet Giles 37 auxiliary yawlDesigner, Laurent Giles & Partners, Ltd.; Design #220; Builder, Lymington Slipway, Inc.; Date made unknown
113.106UNIDENTIFIED; 24.83 ft. Vertue class auxiliary sloopDesigner, Laurent Giles & Partners, Ltd.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown
113.107UNIDENTIFIED; 33.5 ft. Brittany class auxiliary sloopDesigner, Laurent Giles & Partners, Ltd.; Design number unknown; Builder unknown; Date made unknown

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