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September 4, 2014

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This is the second of a multi-part series on Captain Nat Herreshoff’s (1848-1938) efforts, starting in 1926 and extending into the early 1930s, to correct and add to the published biographies of himself and his two older brothers, James Brown Herreshoff (1834-1930) and John Brown Herreshoff (1841-1915).

July 2019 – Featuring the Herreshoff Classic Yacht Regatta, America’s Cup Hall of Hame Inductees, and upcoming lectures.

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Herreshoff Marine Museum/America's Cup Hall of Fame

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I donated a framed 13x19” print of the schooner ELEONORA to the @herreshoff Frostbite Bash Silent Auction taking place THIS SATURDAY - February 8th in Bristol, RI.
Tickets to the event include: gourmet food, an open bar, and live music.

Jump over to www.FrostbiteBash.com for tickets to the Best Party All Winter! @ Herreshoff Marine Museum/America's Cup Hall of Fame
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On this day 75 years ago (January 8, 1945), the very last HMCo. built boat was delivered for service. It was P661, a 63’ “Army Power Crash Boat,” designed to rescue pilots from downed and sinking planes and destined for the Pacific Theater. It was also the 100th of 100 WWII contracts and the 36th APC boat built at HMCo. It was launched in November of 1944 (pictured here) and marked the end of a period of incredible productivity for the yard during the war. Unfortunately, with no further government contracts lined up and no knowing how much longer the war would last, the Haffenreffers - HMCo.’s owners since 1924 - made the decision to drastically reduce the company’s operations and announced plans to begin dismantling the big shops on the waterfront and down at Walker’s Cove. HMCo. never returned to production after that. Photo by Tom Brightman, long-time HMCo. employee. #HMCo #100fightingships #WWIIshipyard #apc #crashboat #rescue #herreshoff #historicphoto #wartimeproduction #endofanera ...

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