TOUCHE-TOO, WEATHERLY, #US17, and COLUMBIA, #US16, 1958

color slide (35mm only)

PHOTOGRAPHS - 35 MM SLIDES
Rosenfeld and Sons
USA, RI, Newport
September, 1958
color film, Kodachrome; cardboard mount
overall: 1 x 1 1/2 in.

35mm color slide photographed by Rosenfeld and Sons September, 1958 off Newport, Rhode Island. Distant image of WEATHERLY, #US17, with the blue and white spinnaker, and COLUMBIA, #US16, on the right with white spinnaker, racing, with both starboard beam views. In the foreground to the left is the 52'3" designed and owned Philip Rhodes cruiser built by Paasch Marine Service (1958), TOUCHE-TOO, starboard quarter view watching the vessels. WEATHERLY, was a 69 ft. 12 meter sloop designed by Philip L. Rhodes and built by Luders Marine Construction Company in 1958 for Henry D. Mercer, Arnold D. Frese and Cornelius S. Walsh of New York, New York and during the America's Cup trials, her skipper was Arthur Knapp, Jr. COLUMBIA was a 69'7" 12 Meter sloop built for the America's Cup defense in 1958 by Henry B. Nevins, Inc. of City Island, New York from designs by Olin Stevens of Sparkman and Stevens and rigged by Rod Stevens. Her first owner was the Henry Francis Sears Syndicate of the New York Yacht Club. Mount info. embossed: "SEP 1958". Processor's stamp: "MADE IN U.S.A. / (black) 30". Manufacturer's info.: "KODACHROME / TRANSPARENCY / PROCESSED BY KODAK". CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection.


BOX.1984.187.1.4.10

Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection



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