Riding a Swell, NADJI off Newport, 1930
Rosenfeld and Sons
USA, RI, Newport
safety film, Kodak
5 x 7 x 0 in.
5 x 7 Kodak copy negative made by Rosenfeld and Sons from an original negative. Image of 58'5" Cox & Stevens designed, Bath Iron Works built Seawanhaka Corinthian auxiliary schooner NADJI (built 1925 in Bath, Me.) on New York Yacht Club Cruise off Newport, R.I. in 1925. Visible in image: starboard beam view of NADJI (SC12) running before the wind with the marconi-rigged mainsail, main staysail and fisherman's staysail, club-footed staysail and jib out to port, Rhode Island shoreline in background. In 1930, NADJI was owned by Henry L. deForest of Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island. She carried 1,413 square feet of sail. Handwritten on negative sleeve: "41641F / Nadji SC12 / NYYC 1930". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection. For more information see: A CENTURY UNDER SAIL, text by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld, page 94 and SLEEK, text by John Rousmaniere, p. 66 and 113.
NADJI schooner, Seawahnaka Corinthian, 12
Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection