Hagerty Company Collection, 1940-1946, undated

(Manuscript Collection #1084)

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Series 1 :
Manuscripts & Photographic Prints
  • Box 1
    • Folder a
      Letter, sketch & blueprint (11/13/1944) relating to design of a wooden pram dighy from Dwight S. Simpson, John G. Alden Yacht Broker, Boston, MA to Francis Hagerty, Hagerty Company, Cohasset, MA. Typed letter signed. Pencil sketch. 3 items. 3 p.
    • Folder b
      Catalog of Plywood Boat Plans, Compiled by Douglas Fir Plywood Association, Tacoma 2, Washington April 1, 1946. 1 item. 11 p.
    • Folder c
      PT Boat Radar Tripods Under Construction by Hagerty Company, Cohasset, MA (1944) Photographic prints. B & W. 8" x 10" 7 items. 24 p. Notes: prints have canvass backing. 14 duplicate images. PT Boat = Patrol Torpedo Boat.
Series 2 :
Boat Plans & Specifications
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    Tefo IV "M" Class Yacht (undated) for Marine Model Co. Designed by Tex Foster. Drawn by R. G. Herbert, Jr. Sta. Spaced 3-15/16", W. LS. Spaced ¾", Full Size. Blueprint. 52.75" x 27.75" 1 item. 1 p.
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15-Ft. Sailboat Plan 20 (3/15/1940) designed by Edwin Monk, Naval Architect, including plans and specifications with material list and complete instructions for building. Published by Douglas Fir Plywood Association, Tacoma 2, Washington. Printed. 31.5" x 17.25" 1 item. 1 p.
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20-Ft. Sailboat Plan 21 (4/30/1940) designed by C. P. & E. D. Burress, including plans and specifications with material list and complete instructions for building. Published by Douglas Fir Plywood Association, Tacoma 2, Washington. Printed. 32" x 24.5" 1 item. 1 p.
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    11½-Ft. Skiff Plan 22 (undated) designed by Edwin Monk, Naval Architect, including plans and specifications with material list and complete instructions for building. Published by Douglas Fir Plywood Association, Tacoma 2, Washington. Printed. 23.25" x 15" 1 item. 1 p.
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9-Ft. Skiff Plan 23 (undated) designed by Edwin Monk, Naval Architect, including plans and specifications with material list and complete instructions for building. Published by Douglas Fir Plywood Association, Tacoma 2, Washington. Printed. 19.5" x 14" 1 item. 1 p.
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7' 9" Pram Dinghy Plan 24 (6/15/1940) designed by C. P. & E. D. Burress, including plans and specifications with material list and complete instructions for building. Published by Douglas Fir Plywood Association, Tacoma 2, Washington. Printed. 20" x 16" 1 item. 1 p.
Oversize Folder os7
13½-Ft. Plywood Outboard Plan 25 (undated) designed by Edwin Monk, Naval Architect, including plans and specifications with material list and complete instructions for building. Published by Douglas Fir Plywood Association, Tacoma 2, Washington. Printed. 30.5" x 22" 1 item. 1 p.

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