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    • Joel R. Poinsett

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    • Black and white image of the Joel R. Poinsett being launched (built in 1943 according to Texas Parks and Wildlife document From World War II: Working-class Heroes to Artificial Reefs by J. Barto Arnold III, Jennifer L. Goloboy, Andrew W. Hall,...
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    • Emma and Lawrence

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    • Boat Emma and steamboat Lawrence at municipal wharves, now Allen's Landing, during flood. Lawrence was gift to Houston Yacht Club in 1905. Ownership changed but ship remained in Houston as excursion steamer.
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    • Man on Boat

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    • Boat, unidentified, possibly same as .032
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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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    • Construction of the Hudie

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    • Construction of Hudie at Humphreville home, 1803 Leeland, Houston, TX. Circa 1906
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    • The Mabel

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    • Dr. E. L. Fox's yacht Mabel, flying the Launch Club (Houston Yacht Club) burgee and house flag (owner's pennant). Mabel arrived in Houston in 1907.
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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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    • 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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    • 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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    • 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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    • Note from Humphreville

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    • Handwritten note from Susie Humphreville to Houston neighbor, Loleta. Written on paper from the ""Office of W. E. Humphreville.""
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    • Launching of the Hudie

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    • Launching of W. E. Humphreville's first yacht, Hudie; named after Susie Humphreville who mispronounced her name as a child. On Opposite bank Mildred, boat owned by M. R. Waddell. At left: South Texas Grain Elevator.
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    • Crowd Gathered for Launching of Hudie

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    • Launching of W. E. Humphreville's first yacht, Hudie; named after Susie Humphreville who mispronounced her name as a child. On Opposite bank Mildred, boat owned by M. R. Waddell. At left: South Texas Grain Elevator.
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