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  • Subject: Great Lakes--Vessel Plans
  • Decade: 1850-1859
  • Archaeological Site Plan of JOHN J. AUDUBON (1854)
        Archaeological site map of JOHN J. AUDUBON showing above view
      Archaeological site map of JOHN J. AUDUBON showing above view
  • Archaeological Site Plan of Propeller COMET (1857)
        Archaeological site map of COMET drawn by C. Patrick Labadie in 2007.
      Archaeological site map of COMET drawn by C. Patrick Labadie in 2007.
  • Bw & Stern Details for Brigantine Newsboy (1854)
        Plan drawn by Dennis Kinane detailing bow and stern for the brigantine NEWSBOY. Details most likely taken from ship model. Plan dated 4-19-1977.
      Plan drawn by Dennis Kinane detailing bow and stern for the brigantine ...
  • Construction Plan Frame 10 & 11 looking Aft for CLIPPER CITY (1854)
        Plan detailing construction plan frame 10 & 11 for topsail schooner CLIPPER CITY built by S. Bates & Son in 1854. Drawn by C.T. McCutcheon Jr for the Manitowoc maritime Museum in 1986. -Sheet 2 of 3
      Plan detailing construction plan frame 10 & 11 for topsail schooner CLIPPER ...
  • Details and Hints for Brigantine NEWSBOY (1854)
        Details and hints for model Brigantine NEWSBOY (1854) showing sheet 1 and 3 drawn by George F. Campbell for Model Shipways in 1964.
      Details and hints for model Brigantine NEWSBOY (1854) showing sheet 1 and ...
  • General Arrangement and Hull Lines for Schooner yacht AMERICA (1851)
        Plans showing AMERICA (1851) drawn by G.F. Campbell for Model Shipways in 1967.
      Plans showing AMERICA (1851) drawn by G.F. Campbell for Model Shipways in ...
  • General Arrangement for Model Schooner CHALLENGE (1852)
        Plans drawn by H.W Potter for A.J. Fischer detailing rigging, deck plan, outboard profile, sheer plan, half breadth plan, and body plan for the schooner Challenge. Built by William W. Bates in 1856. Plans are designed for model reproductions. - Sheet 1 of 2
      Plans drawn by H.W Potter for A.J. Fischer detailing rigging, deck plan, ...
  • General Arrangement for Schooner Challenge (1852)
        General plans detailing hull lines and rigging details for schooner CHALLENGE built in 1852, by William W. Bates. - draftsperson possibly H.I. Chapelle
      General plans detailing hull lines and rigging details for schooner CHALLENGE built ...
  • Hull Lines & Inboard Profile for Schooner Yacht AMERICA (1851)
        Drawn by G.F. Campbell in 1967, for Model Shipways, this plan details the hull lines and inboard profile for schooner yacht AMERICA built-in 1851.
      Drawn by G.F. Campbell in 1967, for Model Shipways, this plan details ...
  • Hull Lines and Body Plan for Schooner STEPHEN BATES (1856)
        Plan detailing hull lines and body details for Schooner STEPHEN BATES built by S. Bates & Son in Manitowoc, WI in 1856. - Sheet 1 of 1 - Written in ink "P86-8-7"
      Plan detailing hull lines and body details for Schooner STEPHEN BATES built ...
  • Hull Lines and Body Plan for Topsail Schooner CLIPPER CITY (1854)
        Plan detailing hull lines and body plan for topsail schooner CLIPPER CITY built by S. Bates & Son in 1854. Drawn by C.T. McCutcheon Jr for the Manitowoc maritime Museum in 1986. -Sheet 1 of 3
      Plan detailing hull lines and body plan for topsail schooner CLIPPER CITY ...
  • Hull Lines and Body Plan for VERMONT (1853)
        As part of the Historic American Merchant Marine Survey project housed as the Smithsonian Institute, this copy of the original plans illustrates the hull lines and body plan for the Schooner VERMONT built-in 1853.
      As part of the Historic American Merchant Marine Survey project housed as ...
  • Hull Lines for Schooner SWEEPSTAKES (1856)
        Plans drawn by C.T. McCutcheon Jr for the Manitowoc Maritime Museum detailing hull lines for the schooner Sweepstakes. Built in 1856, by Quayle & Martin in Cleveland, OH. - Sheet 1 of 1
      Plans drawn by C.T. McCutcheon Jr for the Manitowoc Maritime Museum detailing ...
  • Hull Lines of Barkentine MARY STOCKTON (1853)
        Hull Lines of Barkentine MARY STOCKTON (1853) drawn by C.T McCutcheon Jr. in 1986, for The Manitowoc Maritime Museum. Sheet 1 of 3
      Hull Lines of Barkentine MARY STOCKTON (1853) drawn by C.T McCutcheon Jr. ...
  • Midship Section Construction Plans for Barkentine MARY STOCKTON (1853)
        Midship Section Construction Plans for Barkentine MARY STOCKTON (1853) drawn by C.T. McCutcheon Jr in 1986 for the Manitowoc Maritime Museum Sheet 2 of 3
      Midship Section Construction Plans for Barkentine MARY STOCKTON (1853) drawn by C.T. ...
  • Midship Section for CLIPPER CITY (1854)
        Plan detailing midship section of CLIPPER CITY built by S. Bates & Son in 1854. Drawn by Historic American Merchant Marine Survey for the Smithsonian Institute. -Sheet 2 of 3
      Plan detailing midship section of CLIPPER CITY built by S. Bates & ...
  • Minnesota Point Lighthouse Elevations
        Elevations from North, South, East, and West of the Minnesota Point lighthouse located in Duluth, Minnesota. Plans dated 1854 from the office f the U.S. Lighthouse Board.
      Elevations from North, South, East, and West of the Minnesota Point lighthouse ...
  • Rigging Plan for Model Schooner CHALLENGE (1852)
        Plans drawn by H.W Potter for A.J. Fischer detailing rigging plan for the schooner Challenge. Built by William W. Bates in 1856. Plans are designed for model reproductions. - Sheet 2 of 2
      Plans drawn by H.W Potter for A.J. Fischer detailing rigging plan for ...
  • Rigging Plan for Schooner yacht AMERICA (1851)
        Drawn by G.F. Campbell for the Model Shipways company in 1967, this plan details the rigging configuration of the famed Schooner Yacht AMERICA built in 1851. Plan shows rigging as it was configure from 1851 to 1859. - Plans meant for model reconstruction
      Drawn by G.F. Campbell for the Model Shipways company in 1967, this ...
  • Sail Plan for CLIPPER CITY (1854)
        Plain detailing sail configuration onboard the CIPPER CITY built by S. Bates & Son in 1854. Plans developed for the Smithsonian Institute by the Historic American Merchant Marine Survey. -Sheet 3 of 3
      Plain detailing sail configuration onboard the CIPPER CITY built by S. Bates ...
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