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    • Launching of the Ethylwayne

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    • Family and friends gathered for launching of Dan E. Kennedy's Ethylwayne in front of Kennedy's summer home at 427 Bay Ridge, Morgan's Point, TX.
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    • Dudley Brothers Trophy

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    • Dudley Brothers trophy won by George Humphreville, ""Captain Speck,"" for winning a race of large motor yachts at Houston Yacht club.
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    • Humphreville and Crew

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    • Sailboat underway with crew of five. Third from left: W. E. Humphreville; far right: his son Blake; Far left: his son George.
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    • Galveston Lightship

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    • Galveston Lightship. The United States Coast Guard Lightship Vessel 28 was stationed off the Galveston Jetties from 1870 until 1906.
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    • Steamship Romeo

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    • Passenger steamboat, Romeo. She carried spectators at Launch Club Regatta of 1909.
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    • Sylvan Beach Regatta Scene

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    • Regatta scene at Sylvan Beach. Gaff-rigged bay sloop with other sailboats. Bathhouse and pier in background.
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    • The Ethylwayne

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    • Gaff-rigged bay sloop in regatta off Sylvan Beach with pier in background. Possibly Dan Kennedy's Ethywayne in Houston Yacht Club regatta of 1902.
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    • The Hudie on a Slipway

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    • The yacht Hudie after it had been in service for some time. Boat was sold to W. O. Ansley and renamed Margaret in 1910.
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    • Construction of the Hudie

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    • Construction of Hudie at Humphreville home, 1803 Leeland, Houston, TX. Circa 1906
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    • Dan Kennedy and Crew

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    • Sailboat underway, looking forward during fishing expedition. Dan Kennedy is in the bowler hat.
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    • Kennedy Summer Home on Morgan's Point

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    • View of homes on Bay Ridge Road, Morgan's Point, TX., from pier in Galveston Bay. On right: Daniel E. Kennedy home. Site of smaller house is now occupied by mansion built by Gov. Ross Sterling and referred to as ""Texas White House.""
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    • Three Boats in Flooded Bayou

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    • Boats tied up on Buffalo Bayou near Allen's Landing during a flood. In 1910 boats were re-located to new clubhouse of Houston Launch Club on Buffalo Bayou at Harrisburg.
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    • Hudie II and Mabel

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    • Yachts tied up at Harrisburg docks: W. E. Humphreville's second yacht, Hudie II, and Dr. E. L. Fox''s yacht Mabel.
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