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Nahma ex-M. O'Donnell was a wooden centerboard sloop built by J. Collins in Camden, NJ in 1882. LOA 30ft. LWL 29ft. Beam 11-4ft. Minerva was a wooden centerboard sloop built by J. Collins in Camden, NJ in 1877. LOA 35-9ft. LWL 32-9ft. Beam 14-2ft. Consort ex-Phantom was a wooden centerboard sloop built by R. Thompson in Paulsboro, NJ in 1876. LOA 37-6ft. LWL 33-3ft. Beam 12-6ft.
This photo appears to have been taken on the Delaware.
See also: Henry Peabody HP-M-19 + 20, HP-M-8 (Minerva)
sloops (sailing vessels)
Stebbins negative 466
Nathaniel L. Stebbins photographic collection
Stebbins, N. L. (Nathaniel Livermore), 1847-1922 (Photographer)
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