Yacht with three women passengers on barge canal with two men standing ashore holding ropes attached to bow. Name of yacht is on stern: (Traveler), ([unintelligible] Clinton .O.) Vertical lift bridge with bridge house in background.
Flags; Reflections; People; Color Postcards; Canoes; Sailing Ships; Rivers
Front caption [in decorative typefont] reads: "HUDSON RIVER Celebration 1609 1909" [top of card]; "Hudson's Yacht The Half Moon" [bottom of card]. A painterly rendition of The Half Moon, anchored in the Hudson River, being approached by a canoe. ...
What is either a tugboat or a yacht is traveling on the canal towards the bridge. On the right side of the canal a red building with a cupola stands in the background. Debris and grass can be seen in the foreground. On the left side there is a red...
View of a small yacht [possibly demasted sailboat?], the Cayuga from Burlington, Vermont, on the Champlain Canal by a lock house with the lock in the background. Printing information: card number (212822 JV) [indicated on front only]
View inside Riverdale Country School for Boys, on Fieldston Road. A student is shown with the model yacht he created and which won him a first prize in a hobby competition. John F. Kennedy completed the 4th - 6th grades at this school.
Training Ship St. Mary's, New York Nautical School, SUNY Maritime College
Training Ship "St. Mary's" circa 1900. Typed on back "Contributed by Mr. Lewis L. Smith. Whaleboat of St. Mary's manned by crew of cadets heading for N.Y. Yacht Club landing at Foot of East 23rd St. N.Y. City"