The George H. Wayland plans collection (HDC 1534) contains 721 items, the majority of which are original pencil on paper naval
architectural drawings of yachts and smaller motor craft designed by George H. Wayland between 1921 to 1947. Most are undated.
This collection is open for use without restrictions, except where noted for individual items at the file level.
BIOGRAPHY: George H. Wayland (1885-1947). George H. Wayland was educated at the University of Washington and began his professional
career in the Seattle area. During World War I he worked for the Emergency Fleet Corporation at shipyards in Seattle and Tacoma,
where he rose to the position of assistant superintendent of the Tacoma yard. Following the War, Wayland joined the Seattle
design firm of Lee & Brinton, and was instrumental in opening their San Francisco office. In 1926 he left the firm to begin
a solo design practice. Over the next two decades, Wayland either worked with or did contract work for the following ship
and boat building yards on the west coast: Colberg Boat Works (Stockton); Geo. C. Boardman Co. (San Francisco); H.R. Fish
& Co.; Wayland for Haviside Company; J.H. Madden and Co.; Madden and Lewis (Sausalito); Nunes Bros.; and Rasmussen Boat Works.
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