Category: marblehead

Yachting at Marblehead: Hood’s Princess no. 47, Wood’s Saga, no. 51
[International One Design]
Leslie Jones, July 1954
Boston Public Library Print Department, Leslie Jones Collection
Accession # 08_06_013145

Yachting, W.K. Shaw Jr., Astrid, Marblehead, Mass.
Leslie Jones, August 1930
Boston Public Library Print Department, Leslie Jones Collection
Accession # 08_06_013145

3 dry docked boats (yachts, hauled up on shore) (Marblehead?)
Leslie Jones, circa 1934-1956
Boston Public Library Print Department, Leslie Jones Collection
Accession # 08_06_031506

Yachts S-22, S-9 and M-21B off Marblehead
Leslie Jones, August 1932
Boston Public Library Print Department, Leslie Jones Collection
Accession # 08_06_012959

Yachting, Astrid, W.K. Shaw Jr., Marblehead, Mass.
Leslie Jones, August 1930
Boston Public Library Print Department, Leslie Jones Collection
Accession # 08_06_013146

Elizabeth Hovey sailing in International Races off Marblehead
Leslie Jones, 1929
Boston Public Library Print Department, Leslie Jones Collection
Accession # 08_06_012849

8-meter boat no. 17 racing at Marblehead
Leslie Jones, 16 July 1932
Boston Public Library Print Department, Leslie Jones Collection
Accession # 08_06_013062

Flying Cloud of Marblehead thrown up on beach
Leslie Jones, circa 1950
Boston Public Library Print Department, Leslie Jones Collection
Accession # 08_06_031508

Yachting off Marblehead, 87 year old Marblehead skipper, Capt. Von Caswell with his 50 year old sloop – Gypsy
Leslie Jones, August 1929
Boston Public Library Print Department, Leslie Jones Collection
Accession # 08_06_013164

“It is my opinion that the double paddle canoe gives the most fun for
the money of any type of boat a person can possess, and I must say that
it is my favorite form of aquatic sport.”
– L. Francis Herreshoff

Yacht designer Francis Herreshoff at Marblehead
Leslie Jones, May 1932
Boston Public Library Print Department, Leslie Jones Collection
Accession # 08_06_013240