2 edition of history of the New York Yacht Club found in the catalog.
history of the New York Yacht Club
|Statement||by John Parkinson, Jr. ; edited, and with additional material, by Robert W. Carrick.|
|LC Classifications||GV823.N5 P37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (xi, 622 p., 19 leaves of plates) :|
|Number of Pages||622|
|LC Control Number||75317837|
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The New York Yacht Club: A History, by John Rousmaniere This definitive new history of America's oldest yacht club and one of the world's best known clubs covers the Club from its founding in the cabin of a small sloop in through the America's Cup years - the longest winning streak in history - before the cup was finally lost in On Jthe New York Yacht Club opened its first clubhouse – one year after its founding.
It was a one-room Gothic Revival building designed by noted architect A. Davis, on land owned by Commodore John Cox Stevens in Hoboken, New Jersey -- across from Manhattan. “The first burgee we found at the Grosse Pointe Historical Society was a swallowtail,” Ramsey said.
“Your logo is pretty sacred, especially a burgee to a yacht club. That’s your flag.” Aroundhe said, the current burgee was created and was “suspiciously similar” to the venerable New York Yacht Club’s : K.
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New York Yacht Club: [Year book]. by New York Yacht Club. Topics Yachts and yachting Publisher [New York: s.n] Collection durstoldyorklibrary; ColumbiaUniversityLibraries; americana. the new york yacht club The NYYC's first clubhouse was built in on land donated by Commodore Stevens, at the family estate at Elysian Fields in Hoboken, NJ, overlooking the Hudson River.
(The estate is now the site of the Stevens Institute of Technology, endowed by Edwin Stevens, John's brother, and the fourth commodore of this club.).
The New York Yacht Club: A History by John Rousmainere. Seapoint Books, USA, Hardcover. Very Good Condition/Very Good. Book Library pocket on inside front cover. Size: 4to 11 to 13 inches. Item Type: Book. Text body is clean and unmarked. Binding tight, spine fine.
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Year Old True Life Adventure & Love Story. A newly unearthed gem in American history, Rowdy by Christopher Madsen is, perhaps, one of the most highly awarded books of Rowdy is a s adventure and love story that follows the colorful history of the famous racing yacht for which the book is titled.
The tale, rediscovered and pieced back together by Madsen during his six year. Item Details. A two volume set of The History of the New York Yacht Club by John Parkinson, Jr.
Printed inthis hardcover set covers the history of the club from its inception in through It is bound in red cloth with the club’s seal to the front cover of. Across the pond the New York Yacht Club (NYYC) was started on J when John Cox Stevens invited eight friends to his yacht Gimcrack, anchored in New York Harbor.
They formed a syndicate to build a yacht with the intention of taking her to England and making some money competing in yachting regattas and match races.
The New York Yacht Club Annual Regatta presented by Rolex saw teams competing — making it the largest annual regatta on record since the event was first held in “We are proud and privileged to be able to open our home to this many yachtsmen and sailors that come from all over the world, both professional and Corinthian, with great crews,” Commodore Thomas Harrington stated in a press.
On Jthe New York Yacht Club opened its first clubhouse – one year after its founding. It was a one-room Gothic Revival building designed by noted architect A. Davis, on land owned by Commodore John Cox Stevens in Hoboken, New Jersey.
The New York Yacht Club established a set of objectives for the new clubhouse and sent it to more than a dozen architects with invitations to compete for the commission.
Leading the list of stated goals was a suitable Model Room: "This is the principal room, and it is to be used for the regular meetings of the Club, and also on more public. Pages in category "Members of the New York Yacht Club" The following 44 pages are in this category, out of 44 total.
This list may not reflect recent changes ().Much has changed in the years since "robber baron", Jay Gould and a group of his friends founded the American Yacht Club in New York City. Byclearly in need of a shore station, the club purchased "12 acres and some rocks known as Scotch Caps" from the Wainwright family at the tip of Milton Point in Rye, NY.InWilliam Buckingham Curtis, Harry Buermeyer, and John C.
Babcock opened a gymnasium on the corner of 6th Avenue and 14th Street in their New York City apartment, after discussing the rapid rise of organized athletics in England. Interest in their gym grew, and the three men decided to found the New York Athletic Club on September 8, Founder: John C.
Babcock, Harry Buermeyer.