John L. Hacker Collection

Guide to the John L. Hacker Collection, 1862-1961
Catalog Number MS310

ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION:

Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

Note to Users

Researchers are asked not to remove items from their Mylar sleeves and to preserve the current arrangement of the collection. The material in this collection can be supplemented by additional Hacker-related material in the Library's Robert Speltz Small Craft Collection (catalog number MS146).

Preferred Citation

John L. Hacker Collection, 1862-1961: MS310
The Mariners' Museum, Newport News, Virginia.


DESCRIPTIVE SUMMARY:

Repository: The Library at The Mariners' MuseumCatalog number: MS310Accession number: None
Title: John L. Hacker Collection, 1862-1961Physical Characteristics: 11 document cases and 273 rolled plans; 54 linear feetLanguage: EnglishCreator: John L. Hacker


SCOPE AND CONTENT:

This collection contains photographs, plans, specifications and correspondence relating to John L. Hacker (1877-1930), one of twentieth century America's foremost naval architects. The materials span the years 1921 until Hacker's death in 1961. The collection's strengths are mainly visual, represented by the large number of original photographs and boat plans. The correspondence included in this collections is mostly limited to business transactions and do not hint at the personal side Hacker. Despite this business-related correspondence, the collection does not contain a great deal about the financial or business actions of the Hacker Boat Company. The annual reports from the Hacker Boat Company and Hacker & Fermann Incorporated span roughly one decade and do not provide much insight into Hacker's business of boat design or construction.


COLLECTION SERIES DESCRIPTION:

The John L. Hacker Collection is arranged in nine series, which are based on material-type. These series are as follows:

1. Photographs
2. Plans
3. Specifications
4. Clipings
5. Patents
6. Sales Literature
7. Annual Reports
8. Correspondence
9. Miscellanea

Series 1: Photographs: Interior and exterior images from the 1900s through the 1960s of Hacker's designs being built and on the water. It is arranged first numerically then alphabetically. The numerical arrangement reflects the length of the craft. The alphabetical arrangement reflects the name of the craft, name of the place, or name of the individual. Unidentified photographs are placed last in the series.

Series 2: Plans: 341 plans for recreational and military designs ranging in lengths from 12' to 99'. It is broken into three sub-series, which are based on how the material is stored-folded, flat, and rolled.

  • Folded plans are stored in two document cases-boxes 3 and 4. Box 3 contains a variety of plans-runabouts, picket boats, cruisers, yachts, engines, PT boats, and waterborne targets. This material is arranged numerically by craft length and then alphabetically by craft name if the length is not known or not applicable. Unidentified plans are placed last in this box. Box 4 contains various detailed plans for a 94' rescue boat. This material is arranged alphabetically by plan title.
  • Flat plans-engines, PT boats, and rescue boats-are stored in box 5. This material is arranged alphabetically by plan title.
  • Rolled plans for craft ranging in size from 12' to 99' are stored separately from the remainder of the collection. This material is arranged numerically by craft length. Please see

Series 3: Specifications: Construction specifications for race boats and military rescue boats ranging in length from 14' to 85'. It is arranged numerically by craft length then alphabetically by craft type.

Series 4: Clippings: Newspaper and magazine articles and clippings from the 1920s through the 1960s includes pieces pertaining to famous Hacker designs and Gold Cup races. It is arranged chronologically by date of publication.

Series 5: Patents: Patents from 1862 through 1948 concerning improvements made to boat propellers and marine machinery. Individuals other than John L. Hacker obtained the majority of these patents. This series is arranged chronologically by date of issue.

Series 6: Sales Literature: Detached magazine advertisements and promotional literature ranging from the 1910s through the 1950s from boat companies and manufacturers who made accessories for boats. It is arranged alphabetically by company name thereunder chronologically by date of publication.

Series 7: Annual Reports: Annual reports for Hacker Boat Company from 1921 through 1933 and for Hacker & Fermann Incorporated from 1925 through 1931. It is arranged by company name thereunder chronologically.

Series 8: Correspondence: Letters, postcards, and drafts of contracts to and from John L. Hacker from 1933 through 1961. This material primarily concerns naval architecture, engine design and performance, and requests for boats and information. It is arranged chronologically.

Series 9: Miscellanea: Calculations, graphs, illustrations, templates, and offsets. Much of this material is undated and for unidentified craft.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH:

John L. Hacker was born in Detroit, Michigan, in 1877. A largely self-taught naval architect, Hacker designed a number of record-breaking racing boats in the early twentieth century. By the 1930s, he was a well-known designer and builder of both standard-built pleasure craft and custom runabouts and cruisers. During World War II Hacker was the chief designer for the Eddy Shipbuilding Corporation, where he focused on military rescue boats. His post-war career was marked by more success in the design of racing craft, notably My Sweetie and Miss Pepsi. Hacker continued to draft and refine his designs until his death in 1961.


BOX AND FOLDER LISTING:

Box 1: Photographs: 14' outboard-Prunes

Folder 1: 14' outboard: One photograph
Folder 2: 17' hydroplane: One photograph
Folder 3: 17' utility: One photograph
Folder 4: 18' utility: One photograph
Folder 5: 21' utility runabout: One photograph
Folder 6: 26' runabout: Two photographs
Folder 7: 28' runabout: One photograph
Folder 8: 74' Motor torpedo boat: One photograph
Folder 9: 125 Racer: One photograph
Folder 10: 151 Racer: Two photographs
Folder 11: A.D. Dell runabout: One photograph
Folder 12: Adieu racer: Eight photographs
Folder 13: Aeronca "Super Chief" airplane: Five photographs
Folder 14: Air Force crash boat: Seven photographs
Folder 15: Albany Boat Company runabout: One photograph
Folder 16: Alberta cruiser: Three photographs
Folder 17: Anahita IV cruiser: One photograph
Folder 18: Apache runabout: Two photographs
Folder 19: Arab VI racer: One photograph
Folder 20: Attaboy racer: Two photographs
Folder 21: Baby Packard racer: One photograph
Folder 22: Baby Reliance racer: One photograph
Folder 23: Baby Sure Cure racer: One photograph
Folder 24: Baby Tiger runabout: Two photographs
Folder 25: Barat cruiser: Five photographs
Folder 26: Belle Isle Bearcat runabout: Two photographs
Folder 27: Bo'son cruiser: Ten photographs
Folder 28: Bud cruiser: Two photographs
Folder 29: Buddie III runabout: One photograph
Folder 30: Canadian runabout: One photograph
Folder 31: Canny Scot runabout: Two photographs
Folder 32: Caribe sedan: One photograph
Folder 33: Cigarette Jr. racer w/Miss Detroit VII: One photograph
Folder 34: Comanche cruiser: One photograph
Folder 35: Comanche runabout: One photograph
Folder 36: Crona runabout: Two photographs
Folder 37: Delphine yacht: One photograph
Folder 38: Detroit Police Department boat: Three photographs
Folder 39: Din-Kay runabout: One photograph
Folder 40: Dollar yacht: One photograph
Folder 41: Dolphin Hacker runabout: Three photographs
Folder 42: Dossin Great Lakes Museum: One photograph
Folder 43: Duchess sedan: One photograph
Folder 44: El Lagarto racer: One photograph
Folder 45: Eleda racer: Five photographs
Folder 46: Evans, Robert race boat owner: Two photographs
Folder 47: Falcon III runabout: One photograph
Folder 48: Fantail runabout: Three photographs
Folder 49: "Fast Commuter": One photograph
Folder 50: Firenze II runabout: One photograph
Folder 51: Four Winds sailing yacht: One photograph
Folder 52: Fusser runabout: Two photographs
Folder 53: Francee II runabout: One photograph
Folder 54: G.S.M. runabout: One photograph
Folder 55: Gail runabout: One photograph
Folder 56: Gidyap sedan: Two photographs
Folder 57: Go-Devil runabout: One photograph
Folder 58: Goldfish racer: One photograph
Folder 59: Grayhound racer: One photograph
Folder 60: Greyhound runabout: Two photographs
Folder 61: Hacker, John:Fifteen photographs
Folder 62: Hawkeye racer: Two photographs
Folder 63: Hazel S. sedan: One photograph
Folder 64: High Hopes runabout: One photograph
Folder 65: Ho Ho cruiser: Two photographs
Folder 66: Hoosier runabout: Two photographs
Folder 67: Hoosier III runabout: One photograph
Folder 68: Hoosier IV runabout: One photograph
Folder 69: Huberton yacht: Sixteen photographs
Folder 70: Hummingbird runabout: Three photographs
Folder 71: Hurricane runabout: One photograph
Folder 72: Huskins, Ben boat builder: One photograph (see also Hacker, John)
Folder 73: Immigration boat: One photograph
Folder 74: Jeanne II runabout: One photograph
Folder 75: Jhape racer: One photograph
Folder 76: King of Siam's boat: One photograph
Folder 77: Kitty Hawk II racer: One photograph
Folder 78: Kitty Hawk V racer: Two photographs
Folder 79: Lady Crave sedan, non-Hacker design: One photograph
Folder 80: Laura II runabout: One photograph
Folder 81: Le-Tah-He racer: Two photographs
Folder 82: Lightning runabout: One photograph
Folder 83: Little Miss Canada IV racer: One photograph
Folder 84: Lone Wolf yacht: Two photographs
Folder 85: Lou runabout: One photograph
Folder 86: Maggie runabout: One photograph
Folder 87: Maid Marian II yacht (interior shots only): Seven photographs
Folder 88: Marcia sedan: One photograph
Folder 89: Marie II racer: Two photographs
Folder 90: Mary K. sedan: Five photographs
Folder 91: Mater III racer: Two photographs
Folder 92: Mercury yacht: Twenty one photographs
Folder 93: Midge II racer: Two photographs
Folder 94: Mirmac cruiser: Two photographs
Folder 95: Miss Liberty racer: One photograph
Folder 96: Miss Los Angeles racer: Five photographs
Folder 97: Miss Los Angeles (2) racer: Three photographs
Folder 98: Miss Muskegon racer: One photograph
Folder 99: Miss Pepsi racer: Ten photographs
Folder 100: Miss Pluto racer, Tampa Bay race: One photograph
Folder 101: Miss Quincy runabout: One photograph
Folder 102: Miss Rioco racer: Two photographs
Folder 103: Miss Spitfire IV racer: Two photographs
Folder 104: Miss Spitfire V racer: Three photographs
Folder 105: Miss Spitfire VI racer: One photograph
Folder 106: Miss Tampa racer: Two photographs
Folder 107: Miss Victoria racer: One photograph
Folder 108: Miss Westchester racer: One photograph
Folder 109: Mr. Grand Rapids racer: Two photographs
Folder 110: Mount Clemens, Michigan: Five photographs
Folder 111: My Sweetie racer: Seven photographs
Folder 112: Mystery runabout: Two photographs
Folder 113: Neptune III racer: Two photographs
Folder 114: Niada cruiser: One photograph
Folder 115: Nick Nack racer: Three photographs
Folder 116: Nitrogen yacht: One photograph
Folder 117: Nordlinger Race, 1919: One photograph
Folder 118: Oh Boy II runabout: One photograph
Folder 119: Oregon Kid racer: Two photographs
Folder 120: Otome runabout: Three photographs
Folder 121: Pardon Me runabout: Three photographs
Folder 122: Pegasus runabout: One photograph
Folder 123: Peer Gynt cruiser: Four photographs
Folder 124: Pelican II racer: One photograph
Folder 125: Prunes runabout: Three photographs

Box 2: Photographs: Race Committee Boat-Zihn, and Unidentified

Folder 1: Race Committee Boat: Two photographs
Folder 2: Rainbow III racer: Five photographs
Folder 3: Rebel runabout: Two photographs
Folder 4: Riptide racer: Two photographs
Folder 5: Roamer IV sedan: One photograph
Folder 6: Ruff Neck runabout: Three photographs
Folder 7: Sea Bus I: One photograph
Folder 8: Sea Gull sedan: One photograph
Folder 9: Scotty runabout: One photograph
Folder 10: Shark runabout: One photograph
Folder 11: Shim II sedan: Three photographs
Folder 12: Show Me III runabout: One photograph
Folder 13: Sirocco yacht: Eight photographs
Folder 14: Snapshot II racer: One photograph
Folder 15: Spitfire sedan: Two photographs
Folder 16: Stellamarine Scorpion marine engine: One photograph
Folder 17: Streak-o-Paint racer: One photograph
Folder 18: Stroller runabout: One photograph
Folder 19: Sum Toy sedan: One photograph
Folder 20: Sunny B. runabout: Two photographs
Folder 21: Suzette runabout: Two photographs
Folder 22: Tayto runabout: One photograph
Folder 23: Thompson, Chuck raceboat driver: One photograph
Folder 24: Thunderbird commuter: Thirty-nine photographs
Folder 25: Thunderbird commuter (Charles Fox photos): Thirty photographs
Folder 26: Thunderbird commuter (Charles Fox photos): Fourteen photographs
Folder 27: Thunderbolt IV racer: Two photographs
Folder 28: Towing tank, Stevens Inst: of Technology: One photograph
Folder 29: Ugly Duckling III racer: One photograph
Folder 30: U.S. Army crash boat: One photograph
Folder 31: U.S. Army rescue boat: One photograph
Folder 32: Vamoose cruiser: One photograph
Folder 33: Van Blerck racer: One photograph
Folder 34: Verna III sedan: One photograph
Folder 35: Victory passenger steamer: One photograph
Folder 36: Viking sedan: One photograph
Folder 37: Viroling IV runabout: Three photographs
Folder 38: Viroling V runabout: One photograph
Folder 39: Vlie runabout: One photograph
Folder 40: Volger Boy III racer: Two photographs
Folder 41: Wahine yacht: One photograph
Folder 42: Wave Crest II cruiser: One photograph
Folder 43: Wee Joe II cruiser: Two photographs
Folder 44: Wigwam II racer: One photograph
Folder 45: Willis, Bill: One photograph
Folder 46: Wilmur II runabout: One photograph
Folder 47: Witch runabout: One photograph
Folder 48: Woose II sedan: One photograph
Folder 49: Zelbejan yacht: One photograph
Folder 50: Zihn yacht: Fourteen photographs
Folder 51: Unidentified construction photographs
Folder 52: Unidentified cruisers/sedans photographs
Folder 53: Unidentified cruisers/sedans photographs folder two
Folder 54: Unidentified interior photographs
Folder 55: Miscellaneous photographs
Folder 56: Unidentified people photographs
Folder 57: Unidentified raceboat photographs
Folder 58: Unidentified runabout photographs
Folder 59: Unidentified runabout photographs folder two
Folder 60: Negative images
Folder 61: Duplicate image slides from Hacker collection, two sheets

Box 3: Plans (Folded): 20'5" Utility Runabout-Waterborne Target, and Unidentified

Folder 1: 20'5" Utility runabout (MS310p.300): Arrangement plan
Folder 2: 22' Special hydroplane (MS310p.301): Alteration plan
Folder 3: 24' Lifeboat, USCG (MS310p.302)
Folder 4: 26' Special cruiser (MS310p.303): General arrangement
Folder 5: 27' Greavette Streamliner (MS310p.304): Lines of form
Folder 6: 36' Higgins rescue boat (MS310p.305): Inboard and arrangement
Folder 7: 36' Higgins rescue boat (MS310p.305): Outboard and deck plan
Folder 8: 36' Higgins rescue boat (MS310p.305): Structural plan
Folder 9: 38' Cabin picket boat (MS310p.306): Construction plans
Folder 10: 38' Cabin picket boat (MS310p.306): Outboard profile and deck plan
Folder 11: 38' Cabin picket boat (MS310p.306): Sections
Folder 12: 38' Sport cruiser (MS310p.307): Profile and arrangement
Folder 13: 38'6" Fisherman (MS310p.308): Profile and rough arrangement
Folder 14: 39' Fisherman (MS310p.309)
Folder 15: 42' Rescue boat (MS310p.310): Lines and offsets
Folder 16: 42' Rescue boat (MS310p.310): Sections
Folder 17: 56' Cruiser (MS310p.311): Profile and arrangement
Folder 18: 60' Yacht "Sirocco" (MS310p.312): Heating and cooling system
Folder 19: 60' Yacht "Sirocco" (MS310p.312): Heating and cooling
Folder 20: 60' Yacht "Sirocco" (MS310p.312): Heater and cooler
Folder 21: 64' Contraband control boat (MS310p.313): Profile
Folder 22: 64' Steel cruiser (MS310p.314): Docking plan
Folder 23: 65' Yacht "Double Schott V" (MS310p.315): Arrangement
Folder 24: 67' Motor cruiser (MS310p.316)
Folder 25: 100' Diesel cargo boat (MS310p.317): Arrangement plan
Folder 26: Chrysler marine engine (MS310p.318)
Folder 27: GM diesel marine engine (MS310p.319)
Folder 28: MacKenzie compound engine (MS310p.320)
Folder 29: Modine Manufacturing Company horizontal unit heater (MS310p.321)
Folder 30: PT-20-40 (MS310p.323): Type sections
Folder 31: PT-522 (MS310p.322): Inboard profile
Folder 32: Richards Steel Boat Ltd. houseboat (MS310p.324): Cross section
Folder 33: Series 3-53 marine engine (MS310p.325)
Folder 34: Sport runabout for Nelson Davis (MS310p.326): Lines of form
Folder 35: Standard small freighter (MS310p.327): Arrangement plan
Folder 36: Walter V-drive engine (MS310p.328)
Folder 37: Water-borne target, type A-3 (MS310p.329)
Folder 38: Unidentified engine diagrams

Box 4: Plans (Folded): 94' Rescue Boat

Folder 1: Angle drive oil, engine coolant and heating expansion tank construction (MS310p.330)
Folder 2: Auxiliary shore power wiring diagram (MS310p.331)
Folder 3: Bow chock details (MS310p.332)
Folder 4: Bulkhead construction no. 4 (MS310p.333)
Folder 5: Bulkhead construction no. 31 (MS310p.334)
Folder 6: Carbon dioxide system (MS310p.335)
Folder 7: Center power unit assembly (MS310p.336)
Folder 8: Chain tightener assembly and steering chuck bracket (MS310p.337)
Folder 9: Elementary electrical system (MS310p.338)
Folder 10: Elementary electrical system (MS310p.339)
Folder 11: Engine exhaust system (MS310p.340)
Folder 12: Frame construction nos. 32-40 (MS310p.341)
Folder 13: Fresh water tank construction (MS310p.342)
Folder 14: Fuel tank fittings (MS310p.343)
Folder 15: Galley joiner works (MS310p.344)
Folder 16: Longitudinal bulkhead nos. 41-50 (MS310p.345)
Folder 17: Main engine and instrument wiring diagram (MS310p.346)
Folder 18: Outboard profile (MS310p.347)
Folder 19: Port and starboard propulsion (MS310p.348)
Folder 20: Rudder details (MS310p.349)
Folder 21: Sanitary system (MS310p.350)
Folder 22: Steering gear assembly (MS310p.351)
Folder 23: Tank room construction (MS310p.352)
Folder 24: Transom gate assembly (MS310p.353)
Folder 25: Transom gate details (MS310p.354)

Box 5: Plans (Flat): Engine Diagrams, PT Boats, and Rescue Boats

Folder 1: Engine and reduction gear, vessel unknown (MS310p.355)
Folder 2: Installation diagram for Detroit Diesel engine (MS310p.356)
Folder 3: Installation diagram for Napier engine (MS310p.357)
Folder 4: PT10-19 deck plan and trunk arrangements (MS310p.358)
Folder 5: PT20-48 cabin arrangement (MS310p.359)
Folder 6: Rescue boat arrangement and sections plan (MS310p.360)
Folder 7: Rescue boat engine exhaust system, center (MS310p.361)
Folder 8: Rescue boat lines and offsets (MS310p.362)
Folder 9: Rescue boat machinery arrangement (MS310p.363)
Folder 10: Rescue boat officers quarters (MS310p.364)
Folder 11: Rescue boat stem and keel construction (MS310p.365)
Folder 12: Rescue boat superstructure plan (MS310p.366)
Folder 13: Rescue boat wing unit power assembly (MS310p.367)

Plans (Rolled)

See list at conclusion of guide.

Box 6: Specifications: 14'-61' Craft

Folder 1: 14' Special runabout: Nine sheets
Folder 2: 17' Special runabout: Six sheets
Folder 3: 19' Utility: Eight sheets
Folder 4: 22' Utility: Eight sheets
Folder 5: 26' Special cruiser: Twenty-seven sheets
Folder 6: 32' 9" Passenger boat: Two sheets
Folder 7: 39' Special cruiser: Nine sheets
Folder 8: 41' Sedan cruiser: Eight sheets
Folder 9: 41' Special cruiser: Twelve sheets
Folder 10: 41' Sport cruiser: Twenty-nine sheets
Folder 11: 41' 6" Fast cruiser: Twenty-nine sheets
Folder 12: 42' Special cruiser: Twelve sheets
Folder 13: 43' Express boat: One sheet
Folder 14: 43' 9" Passenger boat: Two sheets
Folder 15: 44' Day cruiser: Seventy-four sheets
Folder 16: 45' Passenger boat: Eight sheets
Folder 17: 45' Special cruiser: Nine sheets
Folder 18: 45' 6" Army rescue boat: Four sheets
Folder 19: 47' Express cruiser: Thirty-six sheets
Folder 20: 47' Special commuter: Ten sheets
Folder 21: 49' Patrol boat: Seventy sheets
Folder 22: 53' Cruiser: Eighteen sheets:
Folder 23: 54' Motor yacht: Eight sheets
Folder 24: 54' Special cruiser: Seven sheets
Folder 25: 56' Express cruiser: Nine sheets
Folder 26: 59' Twin screw cruiser: Ninety-six sheets
Folder 27: 60' Twin screw deckhouse cruiser: Twenty-nine sheets
Folder 28: 61' Coast patrol boat: Nineteen sheets
Folder 29: 61' Twin screw diesel cruiser: Twenty-three sheets

Box 7: Specifications: 65'-85' Craft

Folder 1: 65' Twin screw cruiser: Ten sheets
Folder 2: 67' Twin screw cruiser: One hundred three sheets
Folder 3: 70' Twin screw cruiser: Twenty-one sheets
Folder 4: 72' Twin screw cruiser: Twelve sheets
Folder 5: 78' Special cruiser: Eight sheets
Folder 6: 85' boat:Fifty-eight sheets
Folder 7: 85' Wooden aircraft rescue boat: One hundred twenty-two sheets
Folder 8: Creole Petroleum boats: Eleven sheets
Folder 9: Sport runabout built for Nelson Davis: One sheet

Box 8: Clippings: 1920s-1990s, and Undated

Folder 1: 1920s: photocopies
Folder 2: 1930s: photocopies
Folder 3: 1930s: photocopies
Folder 4: 1940s: photocopies
Folder 5: 1940s: photocopies
Folder 6: 1950s: photocopies
Folder 7: 1960s: photocopies
Folder 8: 1920s: originals
Folder 9: 1930s: originals
Folder 10: 1930s: originals
Folder 11: 1940s: originals
Folder 12: 1940s: originals
Folder 13: 1950s: originals
Folder 14: 1960s: originals
Folder 15: Miscellaneous/no date known

Box 9: Patents: 1862-1948

 

Folder 1: 1862-1894:

5-13-1862
Aaron B. Cooley of Philadelphia, PA
Patent no. 35219
Improvement in adjustable reversible propellers
MS310.09.01.01

3-6-1877
Alexandre de Beaumont of Philadelphia, PA
Patent no. 188106
Improvement in screw propellers
MS310.09.01.02

4-16-1878
Charles M. Bailey of Baltimore, MD
Patent no. 202396
Improvement in means for reversing propeller blades
MS310.09.01.03

2-28-1888
William J. Mingle of Lancaster, PA
Patent no. 378710
Rotary fan improvements
MS310.09.01.04

4-13-1888
Joseph Carr of Philadelphia, PA
Patent no. 339853
Rotary fan improvements
MS310.09.01.05

11-26-1889
John Poulson of Phillipsburg, NJ
Patent no. 415947
Power-actuated fan improvements
MS310.09.01.06

3-18-1890
Frederick W. Tuerk, Jr. of Syracuse, NY
Patent no. 423839
Fan improvements
MS310.09.01.07

Copy of above
MS310.09.01.08

8-26-1890
Josse-Egide Sparioghe of Brussels, Belgium
Patent no. 435330
Screw propeller improvements
MS310.09.01.09

10-11-1892
Cyra B. Wattles of Elizabeth, NJ
Patent no. 484382
Screw propeller improvements
MS310.09.01.10

3-21-1893
Robert McGlasson of Selhurst, England
Patent no. 494014
Screw propeller improvements
MS310.09.01.11

1-9-1894
Clark Sintz of Grand Rapids, MI
Patent no. 512627
Propeller wheel improvements
MS310.09.01.12

3-27-1894
Fritz Otte of Altona, Germany
Patent no. 517233
Screw propeller improvements
MS310.09.01.13

8-14-1894
Stetson G. Hindes of San Francisco, CA
Patent no. 524500
Screw propeller improvements
MS310.09.01.14

Folder 2: 1896-1900:

2-11-1896
Mellen N. Bray of Boston, MA
Patent no. 554331
Screw propeller improvements
MS310.09.02.01

5-12-1896
George H. Gere of Grand Rapids, MI
Patent no. 559890
Screw propeller improvements
MS310.09.02.02

12-29-1896
George W. Hubbard of Chicago, IL
Patent no. 573977
Screw propeller improvements
MS310.09.02.03

3-30-1897
Henry Miller of New York City, NY
Patent no. 579889
Propeller improvements
MS310.09.02.04

4-27-1897
Clark Sintz of Grand Rapids, MI
Patent no. 581625
Propeller wheel improvements
MS310.09.02.05

11-16-1897
Ralph B. Hain of Grand Rapids, MI
Patent no. 593934
Reversible propeller improvements
MS310.09.02.06

4-26-1898
Charles W. Foster of New Haven, CT
Patent no. 602902
Reversible propeller blade improvements
MS310.09.02.07

6-28-1898
Willis J. Perkins of Grand Rapids, MI
Patent no. 606297
Screw propeller improvements
MS310.09.02.08

6-28-1898
Paul A.N. Winand of Philadelphia, PA
Patent no. 606322
Screw propeller improvements
MS310.09.02.09

10-18-1898
Edwin S. Beck of Duncannon, PA
Patent no. 612511
Propeller improvements
MS310.09.02.10

10-18-1898
George Sintz of Seattle, WA
Patent no. 612618
Propeller improvements
MS310.09.02.11

1-10-1899
Edward E. Truscott of St. Joseph, MI
Patent no. 617373
Adjustable propeller
MS310.09.02.12

1-10-1899
Heinrich Brinkmann of Munich, Germany
Patent no. 617633
Shifting, reversing and controlling mechanism for vessels
MS310.09.02.13

8-1-1899
Albert Otto of Chicago, IL
Patent no. 629966
Steering propeller
MS310.09.02.14

2-6-1900
George H. Gere of Grand Rapids, MI
Patent no. 642601
Reversible propeller wheel
MS310.09.02.15

5-8-1900
Clarence D. Keller of Toledo, OH
Patent no. 649248
Propeller
MS310.09.02.16

9-11-1900
Adolph Williams of Duluth, MN, and Gustaf Johnson of Superior, WI
Patent no. 657844
Reversible propeller
MS310.09.02.17

9-28-1900
Carl H. Blomstrom of Marquette, MI
Patent no. 675054
Propelling mechanism for boats
MS310.09.02.18

12-4-1900
Albert Otto of New York City, NY
Patent no. 663185
Marine motor
MS310.09.02.19

Folder 3: 1901-1903:

2-5-1901
Clarence Keller of Toledo, OH
Patent no. 667223
Propeller
MS310.09.03.01

6-4-1901
Kirk Gardner Johnston of Piqua, OH
Patent no. 675563
Propeller
MS310.09.03.02

4-18-1901
William Rowlands Edwards of Weybridge, England
Patent no. 676738
Propeller
MS310.09.03.03

5-6-1902
Lida Wilson of Brooklyn, NY
Patent no. 700278
Reversible screw propeller
MS310.09.03.04

10-14-1902
Storer Thaxter of Bangor, ME
Patent no. 711021
Reversible propeller
MS310.09.03.05

10-28-1902
Michael H. Depue of Washington, NJ
Patent no. 712123
Reversible propeller
MS310.09.03.06

11-11-1902
Samuel Irwin of Lindsay, Canada
Patent no. 713441
Propeller
MS310.09.03.07

1-20-1903
Ora Elzer Sarr of Ceylon, OH
Patent no. 718881
Propeller Wheel
MS310.09.03.08

1-27-1903
Johan Victor Johansson of Skyrsta, Sweden
Patent no. 719225
Reversible propeller
MS310.09.03.09

5-26-1903
Eilt S. Jacobs of Neuharlingersiel, Germany
Patent no. 728925
Propeller
MS310.09.03.10

7-21-1903
George McCallum of Newerf, PA
Patent no. 734468
Device for changing the angle of blades of propellers
MS310.09.03.11

12-22-1903
George S. Slocum of Newport, RI
Patent no. 747785
Reversing propeller gear
MS310.09.03.12

8-9-1904
Arthur Krebs of Paris, France
Patent no. 766953
Screw propeller
MS310.09.03.13

12-6-1904
Daniel Rantine of Brooklyn, NY
Patent no. 776687
Propeller and steering mechanism
MS310.09.03.14

Folder 4: 1905-1906:

3-21-1905
Edward Meinecke of Alameda, CA
Patent no. 785369
Propeller
MS310.09.04.01

5-16-1905
William Patrick of Newport, RI
Patnent no. 789999
Reversing propeller gear
MS310.09.04.02

10-10-1905
Harry Perkins of Grand Rapids, MI
Patent no. 801685
Propeller wheel
MS310.09.04.03

11-7-1905
Everett and Leslie Cushman of Lincoln, NE
Patent no. 803560
Reversing propeller
MS310.09.04.04

12-19-1905
Charles Roper of Hopedale, MA
Patent no. 807498
Speed-controlling reversing propeller
MS310.09.04.05

1-16-1906
Alexander Brown of Syracuse, NY
Patent no. 810032
Propeller
MS310.09.04.06

1-30-1906
Frank Gray of Muskegon, MI
Patent no. 811287
Reversible propeller
MS310.09.04.07

2-13-1906
Daniel W. Rantine of Brooklyn, NY
Patent no. 812450
Universal propelling mechanism
MS310.09.04.08

2-13-1906
Charles Barber of Syracuse, NY
Patent no. 812475
Boat propeller
MS310.09.04.09

4-3-1906
Earl Adams of Battle Creek, MI
Patent no. 816836
Screw propeller
MS310.09.04.10

4-3-1906
Daniel Rantine of New York City, NY
Patent no. 817091
Propelling mechanism
MS310.09.04.11

4-10-1906
Frank Spaulding of St. Joseph, MO
Patent no 817728
Reversible propeller wheel
MS310.09.04.012

5-1-1906
Fynis Colwell Gordon of Asotin, WA
Patent no. 819540
Propeller
MS310.09.04.13

5-29-1906
William Collier of Muskegon, MI
Patent no. 821925
Power transmission for explosive-motor-driven boats
MS310.09.04.14

5-29-1906
Harry Knight Milham of Twickenham, England
Patent no. 822064
Reversible or feathering screw-propeller
MS310.09.04.15

10-16-1906
Joseph Arthur of Bridgeport, CT
Patent no. 833364
Propeller for navigable vessel
MS310.09.04.16

10-23-1906
Burt Neulon Pierce of Indianapolis, IN
Patent no. 834076
Pitch-lock for reversible propeller
MS310.09.04.17

12-4-1906
Edward Hutchinson of Panuco, Mexico
Patent no. 837472
Air ship
MS310.09.04.18

12-18-1906
William Fischer of Huntington, NY
Patent no. 838532
Reversible propeller
MS310.09.04.19

Folder 5: 1907:

1-1-1907
Henry H. Johnson of Avoca, IA
Patent no. 840339
Air ship
MS310.09.05.01

4-9-1907
William Blair of Buffalo, NY
Patent no. 849719
Propeller-adjusting device
MS310.09.05.02

5-21-1907
Wilhelm Schmid of Schaffhausen, Switzerland
Patent no. 853999
Propeller
MS310.09.05.03

6-25-1907
Harry J. Perkins of Grand Rapids, MI
Patent no. 12665 (Reissue)
Propeller wheel
MS310.09.05.04

7-30-1907
Albert Shultz of Buffalo, NY
Patent no. 861612
Reversible propeller
MS310.09.05.05

8-27-1907
James Pierce of Bay City, MI
Patent no. 864190
Propeller
MS310.09.05.06

9-3-1907
George Ferdinand Villinger of London, England
Patent no. 864875
Reversible propeller for ships and boats
MS310.09.05.07

9-24-1907
Albert Friedel of Cleveland, OH
Patent no. 867029
Propellers
MS310.09.05.08

10-8-1907
Ole Peterson of Duluth, MN
Patent no. 867595
Propeller
MS310.09.05.09

Folder 6: 1908-1910:

2-4-1908
Charles Roper of Hopedale, MA
Patent no. 878022
Speed-controlling reversing propeller
MS310.09.06.01

2-4-1908
Claude Sintz of Grand Rapids, MI
Patent no. 878095
Reversible propeller wheel
MS310.09.06.02

3-10-1908
Roscoe Emerald Coon of Portland, OR
Patent no. 881775
Screw propeller
MS310.09.06.03

4-21-1908
Albert Gnaegy of Chester, IL
Patent no. 885038
Propeller
MS310.09.06.04

9-1-1908
William Blair of Buffalo, NY
Patent no. 897341
Propeller adjusting device
MS310.09.06.05

12-22-1908
Claude Sintz of Grand Rapids, MI
Patent no. 907298
Reversible propeller wheel
MS310.09.06.06

4-20-1909
Oliver Bowers of Milford, MA
Patent no. 910071
Reversing propeller
MS310.09.06.07

4-20-1909
Harry Perkins of Grand Rapids, MI
Patent no. 919071
Reversible propeller wheel

MS310.09.06.08
9-14-1909
Daniel Lawrence of Brandon, VT
Patent no. 933768
Screw propeller
MS310.09.06.09

1-4-1910
Fynis Gordon of Cleveland, OH
Patent no. 945123
Propeller
MS310.09.06.10

4-12-1910
Hugo Pawlik of Uj-Pest, Austria Hungary
Patent no. 954539
Reversible propeller
MS310.09.06.11

6-14-1910
Ellsworth Bryant of Detroit, MI
Patent no. 961285
Reversible propeller
MS310.09.06.12

11-8-1910
Percy Hodgkins of Rochester, NY
Patent no. 975039
Reversible propeller for boats
MS310.09.06.13

12-27-1910
Isaac Hortman of Philadelphia, PA
Patent no. 979672
Propeller
MS310.09.06.14

Folder 7: 1911-1913:

4-11-1911
Fynis Gordon of Asotin, WA
Patent no. 989500
Propeller
MS310.09.07.01

6-27-1911
Richard Wilcke of Friedenau, Germany
Patent no. 996547
Propeller for aerial vehicles
MS310.09.07.02

8-8-1911
Thaddeus Sidney Harris of Waverly, IL
Patent no. 999992
Propeller for aeroplanes
MS310.09.07.03

11-14-1911
Frank Clennell of Wellington and William Thorp of Moteuka, New Zealand
Patent no. 1008953
Ship's propeller
MS310.09.07.04

1-9-1912
Henry Laurens Call of Girard, KS
Patent no. 1014619
Propeller
MS310.09.07.05

3-5-1912
Joseph Leopold of South Bethlehem, PA
Patent no. 1019498
Screw propeller
MS310.09.07.06

4-23-1912
Charles Johnson of Eureka, UT
Patent no. 1024339
Propeller
MS310.09.07.07

7-9-1912
Harry Houlette Elliot of Lawrence, KS
Patent no. 1032050
Aerial propeller
MS310.09.07.08

8-20-1912
Ray Kellogg of Needles, CA
Patent no. 1036122
Automatic propeller
MS310.09.07.09

12-24-1912
Clement V. Shillinger of Kingsbury, IN
Patent no. 1047999
Boat propeller
MS310.09.07.10

3-11-1913
Joseph Esson of Hamilton, Ontario
Patent no. 1055455
Propeller
MS310.09.07.11

7-15-1913
Harry Taylor of Hamilton, Ontario
Patent no. 1067385
Boat propeller
MS310.09.07.12

7-29-1913
Albert Poupart of New Orleans, LA
Patent no. 1069026
Reversible propeller
MS310.09.07.13

9-2-1913
Herbert Morley of Newton Center, MA
Patent no. 1072249
Propeller
MS310.09.07.14

Folder 8: 1915-1922:

1-19-1915
Jacob Ritchie of Michigan City, IN
Patent no. 1125719
Propeller
MS310.09.08.03

3-23-1915
Restal Ratsey Bevis of Birkenhead, England
Patent no. 1133222
Propeller
MS310.09.08.04

10-26-1915
David Ford of Eldorado, OK
Patent no. 1158195
Propeller feathering means
MS310.09.08.05

5-2-1916
Anatol David Iskols of Schenectady, NY
Patent no. 1181458
Reversible screw propeller
MS310.09.08.06

7-11-1916
Cesare Sacredoti of Genoa, Italy
Patent no. 1190328
Adjusting device for reversible screw propellers
MS310.09.08.07

10-31-1916
Edison Gallaudet of Norwich, CT
Patent no. 1203557
Propeller
MS310.09.08.08

6-13-1922
Philip Gennette of Aurora, KS
Patent no. 1419841
Motor fan
MS310.09.08.09

10-31-1922
Eli Franklin Colby of Lake Mills, IA
Patent no. 1479895
Fan
MS310.09.08.10

Folder 9: 1923-1932:

1-20-1923
Vincent Rotter of Cody, WY
Patent 1494506
Reversible motor fan

MS310.09.09.01
12-30-1924
Fred Boyce and Charles Rutledge of S. Portland, ME
Patent no. 1520746
Propeller
MS310.09.09.02

9-25-1928
Peter Hansen of Salem, SD
Patent no. 1685323
Engine-cooling fan
MS310.09.09.03

7-29-1929
Lette Shay of Ann Arbor, MI
Patent no. 1843887
Variable pitch and reversible aerial propeller
MS310.09.09.04

6-3-1930
Ernest McCauley of Dayton, OH
Patent no. 1760876
Airplane propeller
MS310.09.09.05

6-3-1930
Benjamin Steinmetz of New York City, NY
Patent no. 1761690
Variable pitch and reversible propeller
MS310.09.09.06

4-21-1931
John Cook of Detroit, MI
Patent no. 1801725
Aerial propeller
MS310.09.09.07

2-23-1932
Fred Kucera and Ralph P. Goodenhauf of Table Rock, NE
Patent no. 1846600
Variable pitch propeller
MS310.09.09.08

Folder 10: 1948:

1-30-1948
Patent papers issued to John L. Hacker of Detroit for his design of a combination shaft housing and strut
MS310.09.10.01 & .02

 

Box 10: Sales Literature: 1910s-1950s

Folder 1: Albany Boat Company: One pamphlet: ca.1910s
Folder 2: Chrysler Marine Engines: One clipping: 1929
Folder 3: Detroit Diesel Division (GM Corp.): One drawings list, one leaflet: ca.1956
Folder 4: Dossin Great Lakes Museum: One pamphlet: ca.1960s
Folder 5: Fisher Boat Works: Two clippings: ca.1940s
Folder 6: Food Machinery Corporation: One pamphlet: 1940s
Folder 7: Greavette Boats: One clipping: ca.1930s
Folders 8-11: Hacker Boat Company: Thirty clippings, forty-four leaflets, nineteen pamphlets
Folder 12: Kehrig Manufacturing Company: Two pamphlets: ca.1950s
Folder 13: Kermath Manufacturing Company: One clipping: 1924
Folder 14: Maxim Silencers: One clipping: late 1940s
Folder 15: Michigan Machine Pitch Propellers: One clipping: 1940s
Folder 16: Monel Metal: Two clippings: ca.1930s
Folder 17: Palmer Johnson (Sturgeon Bay Boat Works, Inc.): One leaflet: ca.1950s
Folder 18: Robinson Marine Construction Company: Two leaflets: 1920s
Folder 19: Taylor Engineering Inc.: One pamphlet: 1920s
Folder 20: Texaco Motor Oil: One clipping: 1950s
Folder 21: Universal Motor Company: Three clippings: 1920s & 1950s

Box 11: Annual Reports: 1921-1933, Correspondence: 1933-1961, and Miscellanea

Folder 1: Annual reports: Hacker Boat Company: 1921 - 1933
Folder 2: Annual reports: Hacker & Fermann Incorporated: 1925 - 1931
Folder 3: Duplicates of Folder 1
Folder 4: Duplicates of Folder 2
Folder 5: Correspondence: 1930s:

8-21-1933
Letter, Sterling Engine Company to John L. Hacker concerning Hacker's reputation as one of the best naval architects in the business.

6-21-1934
Letter, Caesa Torreggiani of Malta to John L. Hacker praising a 26 foot Hacker runabout. See MS310.02.10 for photos of Shark. Two copies.

9-11-1934
Letter, John L. Hacker to John Logan of San Diego, California, concerning Hacker-designed raceboats.

10-3-1936
Letter, unidentified writer to John L. Hacker regarding a Hacker-designed boat and possible seat cushion material. SS Normandie stationary.

3-4-1938
Letter, H.P. Hellmuth of Kermath Manufacturing Company to John L. Hacker concerning the efficiency of Hacker-designed boats.

8-1-1938
Letter, Maurice Auche of Paris, France, to Enrique Limosner, also of Paris, concerning the sale of a Hacker boat.

Folder 6: Correspondence: 1940s:

9-25-1940
Letter, C.F. Chapman, editor of MotorBoating magazine to John L. Hacker requesting that Hacker pen an article for the 1941 show issue. Two copies. Dated 25 September 1940.

8-21-1941
Letter from H.D. Bennett of the Toledo Scale Company to John L. Hacker praising Bennett's Hacker-designed boat.

9-22-1947
Letter, Charles Coryell of Algonac, Michigan to John L. Hacker, discussing Coryell's satisfaction with his Hacker-designed boat.

1-28-1948
Letter, S.D. McCready of the Hacker Boat Company to William Wilkerson of Braintree, Massachusetts, concerning promotional material Wilkerson requested.

10-20-1942
Letter, D.J. Swope of the Pere Marquette Railway Company to the John L. Hacker Company regarding the deliver of Hacker-designed Navy boats to Washington DC.

10-20-1942
Letter, George G. Eddy of the Eddy Shipbuilding Corporation to the Navy's Bureau of Ships concerning the design and building of patrol boats. Two copies.

10-19-1948
Advertising proof, MotorBoating magazine addressed to John L. Hacker regarding an ad for the John L. Hacker Company and the raceboat My Sweetie.

Folder 7: Correspondence: 1950s:

1950
Postcard, Bendix Hansen of Oakland, California, to John L. Hacker, indicating that Hacker should request a catalog. Postmark from Germany.

4-30-1952
Letter, John J. Downey of the Scripps Motor Company to John L. Hacker regarding marine engines.

6-6-1953
Letter fragment, John L. Hacker to Ralph Friedmann of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Letter is incomplete and regards boats and boat weights.

4-16-1954
Contract, John L. Hacker and Horace E. Dodge for the designing of a hydroplane raceboat. Two copies.

4-16-1954
Contract, Kawkawlin Wood Products and the Horace E. Dodge Boat and Plane Company for the building of a hydroplane raceboat.

4-16-1954
Letter, John L. Hacker to the Horace E. Dodge Boat and Plane Company agreeing on price to be paid for design of a new hydroplane raceboat.

10-5-1954
Letter, T.P. Karnasuta of Bangkok, Thailand, to John L. Hacker agreeing to price to be paid for design of a 36 foot cruiser.

10-16-1954
Letter, John L. Hacker to T.P. Karnasuta of Bangkok, Thailand, acknowledging payment for plans of 36 foot cruiser.

10-30-1954
Letter, the Gulf and Lake Navigation Company, Ltd. of Montreal, to John L. Hacker concerning the ability of the Hacker-designed yacht Huberton to weather a storm. See: MS310.01.69 for photos of Huberton.

4-12-1955
Letter, John L. Hacker to Horace E. Dodge concerning Dodge quitting the sport of boat racing.

11-27-1957
Letter, R.A. MacNab, president of Greavette Boats, Ltd. of Gravenhurst, Ontario, to John L. Hacker concerning plans for the boat Hacker designed for Guy Lombardo.

12-10-1957
Letter, John L. Hacker to R.A. MacNab, president of Greavette Boats, Ltd. indicating price for plans of an updated Guy Lombardo-esque boat.

4-15-1958
Letter, Walter X. Brennan to John L. Hacker, in which Brennan agrees to write a magazine article on Hacker for MotorBoating magazine.

5-14-1959
Letter, C.F. Chapman of MotorBoating magazine to Walter Brennan indicating that Brennan's article on John L. Hacker will run in the fall of 1959.

11-24-1959
Letter, C.F. Chapman of MotorBoating magazine to John L. Hacker announcing that Walter Brennan's article will run in the December, 1959, issue of MotorBoating.

12-2-1959
Letter, John L. Hacker to C.F. Chapman of MotorBoating magazine, thanking Chapman for running Brennan's article.

Folder 7: Correspondence: 1960s:

3-6-1961
Letter, J. Diacich of the Venezuelan Steel Corporation to John L. Hacker requesting plans for a custom cabin cruiser.

3-13-1961
Letter, A.W. MacKerer, vice president of Chris-Craft to the family of John L. Hacker, expressing condolences on Hacker's death.

1961
Letter, Robert Speltz to John L. Hacker requesting information on Hacker boats.

1961
Receipt, Shriners' Hospital for Crippled Children recognizing a donation made in memory of John L. Hacker.

 

 

Folder 9: Miscellanea: American Power Boat Association (APBA) documents
Folder 10: Miscellanea: Calculations for 94' rescue boat
Folder 11: Miscellanea: Graphs
Folder 12: Miscellanea: Illustrations
Folder 13: Miscellanea: John L. Hacker envelopes
Folder 14: Miscellanea: Legal agreements
Folder 15: Miscellanea: Naval Constructor
Folder 16: Miscellanea: Hacker templates
Folder 17: Miscellanea: Tunnel bottom launch offsets
Folder 18: Miscellanea: Unidentified offsets
Folder 19: Miscellanea: Weight estimate for 94' rescue boat
Folder 20: Misecllanea

Plans (Rolled): 12' Runabout-99' Patrol Rescue Boat

Length Model Catalog Number
12' Runabout 001
13' Hydroplane 002
14' Special Runabout 003
14' Special Tender 004
15' Special Speeder 005
15' Utility Boat 006
15'6" Utility Boat 008
15"6" Utility Boat 007
16' Outboard Utility 011
16' Outboard Utility 009
16' Outboard Utility 012
16' Special Runabout 010
17' Inboard-Outboard 013
17' Special Runabout 014
18' Racing Runabout 016
18' Special Runabout 015
18' Special Runabout 018
18' Utility 017
19' Outboard Cruiser 022
19' Outboard Cruiser 020
19' Outboard Utility 019
19' Racer 026
19' Runabout 025
19' Serb 021
19' Shallow-draft Boat 024
19' Utility 028
19' Utility 027
19' Utility 023
20‘5" Utility Runabout 029
20'6" Special Runabout 030
21' Special Runabout 031
22' Runabout 032
22' Sea Skiff 033
22' Utility 034
24' Special Cruiser 035
24' Special Runabout 036
24' Special Runabout 037
24' Utility 039
24' Utility 040
24' Utility Hardtop 038
25' Special Runabout 041
25‘6" Runabout 042
25'6" Special Runabout 043
25'9 ?" Unidentified 044
26' Runabout 048
26' Special Cruiser 051
26' Special Sedan 049
26' Special Steel Cruiser 046
26' Sportabout 045
26' Utility 050
26' Utility Runabout 047
27‘6" Day Cruiser 052
27'6" Sport Cruiser 053
28' Special Runabout 057
28' Special Runabout 056
28' Special Sedan Utility 054
28' Sport Cruiser 055
28‘6" Special Runabout 058
28'9" Special Runabout 059
29' Special Runabout 060
30' Sedan Utility 066
30' Shallow Draft Boat 073
30' Special Runabout 062
30' Special Runabout 064
30' Special Runabout 065
30' Special Runabout 068
30' Special Runabout 069
30' Special Sedan 071
30' Special Utility 072
30' Special Utility Boat 070
30' Sport Cruiser 075
30' Sport Cruiser 074
30' Sport Cruiser 067
30' Sport Cruiser 063
30' Steel Cruiser 061
30‘9" Inspection Boat 076
30'9" Special Cruiser 077
31' Sportabout 078
31'6" Cruiser 079
31'6" Special Runabout 080
31'6" Sport Runabout 081
32' Day Cruiser 089
32' Day Cruiser 091
32' Fast Commuter 086
32' Fishing Boat 083
32' Sedan Cruiser 088
32' Special Runabout 090
32' Special Runabout 082
32' Sport Cruiser 084
32' Steel Cruiser 087
32' Steel Cruiser 085
32‘6" Special Passenger Boat 092
33' Fast Day Cruiser 094
33' Special Runabout 093
33' Special Runabout 095
33' Special Runabout 096
33' Special Runabout 097
33' Special Runabout 098
34' Special Target Boat 099
34'6" Day Cruiser 101
34'6" Special Cruiser 100
34'6" Special Cruiser 102
34'9" Fisherman 103
36' Combat Landing Boat 114
36' Fast Cruiser 106
36' Fishing Boat 107
36' Fishing Cruiser 108
36' Sailing Yacht 109
36' Shallow Draft Boat 112
36' Shallow Draft Utility 113
36' Special Commuter 104
36' Special Cruiser 115
36' Sport Cruiser 111
36' Standard Cruiser 110
36' Standard Fisherman 105
37‘6" Special Cruiser 116
38' Cruiser 118
38' Special Cruiser 120
38' Special Cruiser 122
38' Special Cruiser 121
38' Special Sedan 119
38' Sport Cruiser 117
39' Fisherman 123
40' Dispatch Boat 124
40' Special Cruiser 127
40' Special Cruiser 126
40' Sport Cruiser 128
40' Sport Cruiser 125
41' Special Cruiser 130
41' Special Cruiser 129
41' Sport Cruiser 131
42' Cruiser 132
42' Fast Cruiser 135
42' Fast Fisherman 133
42' Fast Fisherman 134
42' Sea Going Cruiser 136
 
 42' Special Cruiser 138
42' Special Cruiser 137
43' Express Cruiser 139
43' Special Cruiser 140
43‘9" Special Passenger Boat 141
44' Day Cruiser 144
44' Unidentified 142
44' Unidentified 143
45' Special Cruiser 145
46' Cruiser 148
46' Cruiser 151
46' Fast Cruiser 149
46' Special Cruiser 152
46' Special Cruiser 150
46' Special Fast Commuter 146
46' Special Tender 147
46'9" Special Passenger 153
47' Express Cruiser 156
47' Express Cruiser 160
47' Express Cruiser 157
47' Express Cruiser 155
47' Special Cruiser 159
47' Special Cruiser 158
47' Unidentified 154
48' Cruiser 161
49' Special Patrol Boat 162
49' Special Patrol Boat 163
50' Cruiser 167
50' Day Cruiser 166
50' Fast Cruiser 164
50' Service Boat 165
50' Special Cruiser 168
51' Fast Cruiser 169
51' Special Cruiser 170
52' Fast Commuter 171
52' USCG Patrol Boat 172
53' Cruiser 174
53' Special Cruiser 175
53' Special Cruiser 173
53' Special Cruiser 176
54' Cruiser 181
54' Motor Yacht 178
54' Motor Yacht 183
54' Recreation Craft 187
54' Special Cruiser 186
54' Special Cruiser 185
54' Special Cruiser 182
54' Special Cruiser 179
54' Special Cruiser 184
54' Sport Cruiser 177
54' Sport Cruiser 180
55' Special Commuter 188
55' Special Commuter 190
55' Special Cruiser 189
56' Express Cruiser 191
56' Express Cruiser 195
56' Express Cruiser 192
56' Recreation Boat 193
56' Special Cruiser 194
57' Special Passenger Boat 196
58' Special Commuter 197
58' Special Cruiser 200
58' Special Cruiser 198
58' Special Cruiser 199
58'9" Cruiser 201
58'9" Special Cruiser 202
59' Special Cruiser 203
59' Special Cruiser 204
59' Special Cruiser 205
59‘6" Special Cruiser 206
59'6" Special Passenger Boat 207
59'9" Special Cruiser 214
59'9" Special Cruiser 211
59'9" Special Cruiser 212
59'9" Special Cruiser 209
59'9" Special Cruiser 208
59'9" Special Cruiser 213
59'9" Special Cruiser 210
60' Cruiser 221
60' Express Cruiser 216
60' Passenger Boat 219
60' Special Cruiser 220
60' Special Cruiser 218
60' Special Cruiser 217
60' Steel Hull Cruiser 215
61' Coast Patrol Boat 224
61' Special Cruiser 223
61' Special Cruiser 225
61' Workboat 222
62' Special Cruiser 226
63' Cruiser 228
63' Cruiser 230
63' Special Cruiser 231
63' Special Cruiser 227
63' Special Cruiser 229
64' Fisher 232
64' Sea Ship Cruiser 233
64'9" Cruiser 234
65' Cruiser 239
65' Cruiser 240
65' Cruiser 241
65' Cruiser 242
65' Passenger Boat 237
65' Passenger Boat 238
65' Special Cruiser 235
65' Special Cruiser 236
67' Cruiser 245
67' Express Cruiser 244
67' Special Cruiser 243
67' Unidentified 246
68' Fisher Cruiser 248
68' Special Cruiser 247
70' Special Cruiser 249
70' Unidentified 250
71' Express Cruiser 251
72' Special Cruiser 253
72' Unidentified 252
78' Special Cruiser 255
78' Special Cruiser 256
78' Special Cruiser 254
80' Cruiser 257
80' Cruiser 258
83' Motor Torpedo Boat 259
85' Patrol Rescue Boat 261
85' Rescue Boat 260
90' Motor Torpedo Boat 262
94' Crash Rescue Boat 263
94' Crash Rescue Boat 265
94' Rescue Boat 264
94' Rescue Boat 266
95' Patrol Rescue Boat 267
96' Patrol Rescue Boat 268
96' Patrol Rescue Boat 269
98' Motor Torpedo Boat 270
99' Motor Torpedo Boat 273
99' Patrol Rescue Boat 271
99' Patrol Rescue Boat 272

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