3 edition of Traditions and memories of American yachting found in the catalog.
Traditions and memories of American yachting
William Picard Stephens
|Statement||by William P. Stephens.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 87/4197 (V)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||173|
|LC Control Number||87893318|
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When we published in our Fiftieth Anniversary Edition of W.P. Stephens's Traditions and Memories of American Yachting (indisputably the single most important study of the history of American yachting), we worked hard to find original photographs, or improved versions of those initially used in the book, and in large part we succeeded. The researches, of which this book is a portion of the harvest, were begun many years ago, before any indication of the present popular interest in yachting had been felt. My labors, I may add, have been two-fold: first, to collect all data relating to the subject; also, so far as possible, the contemporary portraits of the yachts to which the.
When we published in our Fiftieth Anniversary Edition of W.P. Stephens's Traditions and Memories of American Yachting (indisputably the single most important study of the history of American yachting), we worked hard to find original photographs, or improved versions of those initially used in the book, and in large part we succeeded. Finding information about yachting can be located on the internet, or through a boating club. people who are interested in yachting should definantly talk to someone who has more informaiton about.
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Publisher Roger C. Taylor explains the genesis of this book: "The best history of American yachting from its beginnings into the 20th century is the series of articles called 'Traditions and Memories of American Yachting' " which appeared in Motor Boating magazine from through /5(1).
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Revised edition of: Traditions & memories of American yachting / by William P. Stephens. c Originally a series of eighty-three installments published in Motor boating magazine between June and July Cf. Traditions and Memories of American Yachting: Complete Edition by Stephens, William P[icard] Edition: Book condition: Near Fine in a Near Fine Dust Jacket; Jacket in Mylar protector.
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The authors were inspired in this endeavor by a rare and valuable book published in entitled American and English Yachts, which featured fine yacht portraits by photographer Nathaniel Stebbins, brief descriptions of the yachts—perhaps by Stebbins—and an essay on yachts and yachting by Edward were no drawings.
At the time, Mr. Burgess had successfully designed. He clinched his nomination for the all-time boating hall of fame, however, with Traditions and Memories of American Yachting. edition by International Marine Publishing Company is on the right; the edition by WoodenBoat magazine is on the left.
Canoe and Boat Building is a book well worth owning and reading repeatedly for anyone interested the history of recreational small craft in North America and also, of course, the wonderful sport of canoe sailing. In the next post I’ll talk about Stephens’ other monumental work: Traditions and Memories of American Yachting.
Until then. His books include Canoe and Boatbuilding for Amateurs and American Yachting, among others. His greatest achievement was the monumental book Traditions & Memories of American Yachting, originally published serially in Motor Boating magazine beginning in When he passed away inhe was typing what would have been the last.
W.P. Stephens had this to say in Traditions and Memories of American Yachting: "The origin of the term "canoe-yawl" is very uncertain.
It probably came about through the fact that the first of. Stephens, W. Traditions and Memories of American Yachting. Camden, ME: International Marine Publishing Company, Camden, ME: International Marine Publishing Company, Compendium of articles by W.
Stephens published in the s and 40s, some of which detail the development of yacht design science and development from the mid to. Yolande was a an American gaff rigged racer from the 's.
The drawing was enlarged from a book entitled Traditions and Memories of American Yachting by William P Stephens. It is the re-publication of a long series of articles which appeared in Motor Boating magazine between and a fascinating and comprehensive review of American.
Cape Cod most often precedes the term catboat, mostly because of the Crosby family of Osterville, Massachusetts, on the south shore of the Cape. Historian W.P. Stephens in his book Traditions and Memories of American Yachting says ship’s carpenter Andrew Crosby settled in Osterville sometime before In Death Lamented The Tradition of Anglo-American Mourning Jewelry Sarah Nehama In Death Lamented: $ Death The Lamented In Nehama Tradition Sarah Mourning Anglo-American of Jewelry Jewelry of Anglo-American Death Tradition Sarah The Mourning In Lamented Nehama.
Even before yacht clubs became commonplace Islanders were out racing on their own. The Sailcraftblog quotes the William P. Stephens book “Traditions and Memories of American Yachting” () on the Staten Island roots of NYC sailboat racing in the s.
Read Creating Family Traditions: Making Memories in Festive Seasons (Let's Make a Memory Series). Memories and traditions of American yachting, MotorBoating June 39 p L Francis Herreshoff notes that after some boats developed “ram bows”, the mean of the length waterline and length on deck was adopted.
Golden Age of Yachting, p Spirit of the Times, p Traditions and Memories., MotorBoating Sept 39 p a list of the ﬁrst twenty-four yacht clubs he found in Fox’s Yachting Annual of This author has found Fox’s listing to be incomplete (leaving too much to inference and conjecture!) and thus prefers to be guided, pending 14Stephens, Traditions and Memories of American Yachting, Size: KB.
Colin Archer (22 July – 8 February ) was a Norwegian naval architect and shipbuilder known for his seaworthy pilot and rescue boats and the larger sailing and polar ships.
His most famous ship is the Fram, used on both in Fridtjof Nansen's and Roald Amundsen's polar expeditions. Books shelved as yachting: A World of My Own: The first ever non-stop solo round the world voyage by Robin Knox-Johnston, Sailing Fundamentals by Gary Jo.
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Occasionally the text of a.American Yachting: William Picard Stephens: Traditions & Memories of American Yachting - The 50th Anniversary Edition: Herbert Lawrence Stone: The America's Cup Races: Françoise de Maulde, Jacques Taglang: Sir Thomas Lipton: Jacques Taglang: Mariette & The Herreshoff Schooners, Vol I, Vol II: Jacques Taglang: Canoe Sailing, from The Boy's Book of Canoeing.
By Elon Jessup. This is one of those legendary, funky old youth books from the early 20th century. One short chapter; not actually very helpful; it's here because it's here. I went to the trouble of finding it and by gum, I was gonna scan it!