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A guide to the George H. Wayland naval architectural drawings, 1929-1947, and undated
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Series 1.  Original drawings and annotated plans, 1929-1947, and undated

Extent: 647 items

Arrangement

Arranged into four sub-series.
Folders A001-A016, A023, B001-B015, and B021

Subseries 1.01.  Wayland original numbered designs, 1921-1942, and undated

Extent: 474 EA
Language(s): Technical drawings. Where notes appear, they are in English.

Scope and Content Note

This series includes original drawings and plans, enumerated by design or job number. Job numbers range from 4 to 396, with gaps. 474 items organized into 105 files by job number. This sub-series includes named vessels that have associated job numbers. Most of the original drawings are pencil on tissue paper and are probably used as design process drawings, not as "as built" or complete drawings. While many of these vessels were built, the drawings do not generally clarify if a particular design number was built and, if so, in what yard. Among the named vessels represented in this series are 133 Truant (yawl); 136 Marileen, Marybeth and Maryjane; 148 Presto rigging; 149 Bird boat redesign; 163 Imp sail plan; 199 Aloha sail and rigging; 217 Volante; 230 towboat Telco; Yohoho sail plan; and 262 Zahama.

Arrangement

Arranged consecutively by design number.
Folder B001

File Unit 001.  Hull Nos. 4 and 5 offsets, undated

Extent: 2 pencil on tracing paper.
 

File Unit 002.  Design No. 65, 1940 September

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

33 foot 7 1/2 inch boat
Folder A001

File Unit 003.  Design No. 101, undated

Extent: 3 sheets (2 pencil on paper; 1 blueprint).
Physical Description: Blueprint has an unidentified pencil sketch on verso.

Scope and Content Note

45 foot fishing boat (45' x 12'). Designed by Wayland for Madden & Lewis (Sausalito, California). Dwg.. Nos. 101-1 and 101-2.
Folders A001 and B001

File Unit 004.  Design No. 102, undated

Extent: 7 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

45 foot motor cruiser, proposed for O.M. Rousseau (45' x 10'6" x 3'). Dwg. Nos. 102-1, 102-2, 102-3, 102-4, 102-5, and 102-6.
Folder A001

File Unit 005.  Design No. 104, undated

Extent: 3 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

42 foot motor cruiser for Adolph Sutro. Dwg. Nos. 104-1, 104-2, and an unnumbered lines and hull drawing.
Folder A001

File Unit 006.  Design No. 105, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

55 foot express boat (55' x 11' x 4'). Dwg.. No. 105-2.
Folder A001

File Unit 007.  Design No. 106, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

45 foot express boat (45' x 9'6" x 3'). Dwg.. No. 106-1.
Folder A002

File Unit 008.  Design No. 108, undated

Extent: 4 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

50 foot motor boat (50' x 10'6" x 3'). Dwg.. Nos. 108-1, 108-2, 108-3, and 108-4.
Folders A002 and B001

File Unit 009.  Design No. 109, 1939 July

Extent: 6 sheets (5 pencil on tracing paper, 1 blueprint).
Physical Description: Restricted access: One pencil on tracing paper drawing requires conservation prior to use.

Scope and Content Note

Fulton G. (proposed cutter). Dwg.. Nos. 109-1, 109-2, 109-3, 109-5, and 109-5A
Folder A002

File Unit 010.  Design No. 113, undated

Extent: 3 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Moonlight. Dwg.. Nos. 113-01, 113-02, and 113-03.
Folder A002

File Unit 011.  Design No. 114, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

42 foot power cruiser (42' x 10' x 3'). Dwg.. No. 114-1.
Folder A002

File Unit 012.  Design No. 116, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

38 foot power cruiser (38' x 10'). Dwg.. No. 116-01.
Folder A002

File Unit 013.  Design No. 119, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

40 foot power cruiser (39'9" x 10') designed by George H. Wayland for J.H. Madden & Company (Sausalito, California). Dwg.. No. 119-1.
Folder A002

File Unit 014.  Design No. 121, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

65 foot motor boat. Dwg.. No. 121-1.
Folder A003

File Unit 015.  Design No. 131, 1924

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

20 rating sloop, 44 foot sloop (43'5" x 8' x 6'3"). Dwg. No. 131-1
Folder A003

File Unit 016.  Design No. 132, 1924

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

25 rating class. Dwg.. No. 132-1.
Folder A003

File Unit 017.  Design No. 133, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.
Physical Description: Encapsulated in mylar.

Scope and Content Note

Truant (yawl). Dwg.. No. 133-1
Folder B002

File Unit 018.  Design No. 134, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Camarada. Dwg.. No. 134.
Folder B002

File Unit 019.  Design No. 135, undated

Extent: 4 pencil on tracing paper.
Physical Description: Restricted access. Dwg.. 135-4 is fragile, requires conservation prior to use.

Scope and Content Note

Conquista (aux. ketch). 40 foot auxiliary ketch (40' x 11' x 4'6"). Dwg.. Nos. 135-1, 135-2, 135-3, and 135-4.
Folder A003

File Unit 020.  Design No. 136, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Marileen, Marybeth, and Maryjane. Dwg.. No. 136.
Folder B002

File Unit 021.  Design No. 138, undated

Extent: 4 sheets (2 ink on linen; 2 van dyke prints).

Scope and Content Note

55 foot auxiliary schooner (55' x 40 x 13') designed by Wayland for S.F.E. Morse, owner. Dwg. nos. 138-1 and 138-2.
Folders A003 and B002

File Unit 022.  Design No. 139, undated

Extent: 4 sheets (3 pencil on tracing paper; 1 blueprint).
Physical Description: Restricted use. Original pencil drawing 139-2 is fragile and needs conservation prior to use.

Scope and Content Note

55 foot auxiliary schooner (55' x 40 x 13'). Dwg.. Nos. 139-1, 139-2, 139-3.
Folder A003

File Unit 023.  Design No. 142, undated

Extent: 1 blueprint.

Scope and Content Note

Specifications for design no. 142; sheet no. 142-1
Folders A003 and B002

File Unit 024.  Design No. 144, undated

Extent: 8 sheets (4 pencil on tracing paper; 4 photocopies).

Scope and Content Note

55 foot auxiliary schooner. Dwg.. Nos. 144-0, 144-1, 144-3, and 144-5.
Folder B002

File Unit 025.  Design No. 147, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

44 foot auxiliary sloop (44' x 11'6" x 7'). Dwg.. No. 147-1.
Folder A003

File Unit 026.  Design No. 148, undated

Creator/Collector: Stone, W.F.
Extent: 2 sheets (1 pencil on tracing paper; 1 diazotype).

Scope and Content Note

Presto (sloop) sail and rigging plan. Presto was originally 33 feet 6 inches LOA [length over all]. She was remodeled in 1905 to 53 feet LOA. She was the champion defender of the San Francisco Perpetual trophy in 1901, 1909, and 1911 while owned by W. F. Stone. Lost off Half Moon Bay 1941.
Folders A023 and B022

File Unit 027.  Design No. 149, undated

Extent: 16 items (2 pencil on tracing paper; 1 pencil on blueprint verso; 2 blueprints; 7 diazotypes; 3 van dyke prints; 1 photocopy).

Scope and Content Note

Bird Boat plans. This file includes two annotated diazotypes of John Alden's original Bird Boat design no. 157, as well as 14 sheets views of George Wayland's modifications of the Alden original, as George Wayland design no. 149. Views include Alden's construction plan and sail plan, annotated by Wayland. The file also contains 14 sheets that show versions and views of Wayland's Design no. 149, including sail and rigging plans, lines, frame plan, and sections. Many of the reproduction diazotypes are annotated. Of note are two original pencil drawings of the profile, sail and rigging; one of these is a detailed pencil on tracing paper drawing, the other is a rougher pencil sketch of the same view on a blue print verso.
Alden's original Bird Boat design number 157 was 30 foot overall, with a 22 foot waterline, 78 inch beam, and a 5 foot draft. Her thin and short lead keel was 3200 pounds, with a 408 square foot sailing rig. The first Bird Boats were produced in 1922, and soon various owners noted that these boats sailed stiff, creating a very wet and choppy ride, and yet were not quite as fast as racers would have liked. In 1926 the Bird Boat Class voted to make modifications of Alden's design. For a fee of $100, George Wayland drew up new plans that deleted the minimum water length of 22 feet, added a 24 foot maximum, shortened the mast by 4 feet, and added internal ballast. See http://www.birdboat.com/.
Folder A004

File Unit 028.  Design No. 150, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

38' x 10'6" x 5'6" auxiliary sloop.
Folder B003; Roll 01

File Unit 029.  Design No. 151, undated

Extent: 17 drawings (13 pencil on tracing papers; 2 pencil on drafting paper; 2 blueprint).
Physical Description: Restricted access/ Poor conditions, requires conservation prior to access.

Scope and Content Note

115 foot auxiliary schooner. Plans in the folder include 13 pencil drawings on tracing paper, and two blueprints. Views include but are not limited to a framing plan, general arrangement, cabin plan, inboard profile, section details, and cabin arrangement details. Several of the drawings are unnumbered but are positively identified as being part of this series by the processing archivist. The blueprints have unidentified pencil drawings on the verso Plans on roll 1 includes sheets of drafting paper with pencil drawings on recto and verso, and 2 sheets of tissue paper with pencil drawings. Sheet 1 has a lines plan on the recto, and hull and detail drawings on the verso. Sheet 2 has a lines drawing on the recto and a sail plan on the verso. Sheets 3 and 4 (tissue paper) show sections and cabin arrangement details.
Folder A004

File Unit 030.  Design No. 152, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Sail plan for client Bruce Merrill Dwg. No. 152-1.
Folder A004

File Unit 031.  Design No. 155, undated

Extent: 2 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

43 foot auxiliary sloop (43' x 10'6" x 6'6"). Dwg.. No. 155-1 and 155-2.
Folder B004

File Unit 032.  Design No. 157, 1930

Extent: 12 drawings (4 ink on linen; 2 blueprints; 6 pencil on tracing paper).

Scope and Content Note

124 foot (124' x 25' x 12') pilot boat for client San Francisco Bar Pilots. Full set of drawings, includes table of offsets.
Folder B004

File Unit 033.  Design No. 160, undated

Extent: 5 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

60 foot auxiliary schooner (60' x 14'6" x 8').
 

File Unit 034.  Design No. 161, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

38 foot power cruiser
Folder A004

File Unit 035.  Design No. 162, undated

Extent: 1 ink on linen.

Scope and Content Note

23 foot motor boat (23' x 6'6"). Dwg.. No. 162-1.
Folder A004

File Unit 036.  Design No. 163, 1922 January

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Imp (ex. Corinthian II) sail plan. Dwg... No. 163-1.
 

File Unit 037.  Design No. 171, 1929 October

Extent: 1 diazotype (recto).

Scope and Content Note

Auxiliary schooner designed by Wayland for Nunes Brothers.
Folder A004

File Unit 038.  Design No. 173-1, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Dwg.. No. 173-1. For client H.R. Fish & Co.
Folder B005

File Unit 039.  Design No. 182, undated

Extent: 20 sheets (3 pencil on tracing paper; 7 ink on linen; 9 diazotypes; 1 van dyke reverse image).

Scope and Content Note

Barbara (50 foot aux ketch schooner). Full set of plans, including preliminary drawings, in various material and formats.
Folder A004

File Unit 040.  Design No. 184, undated

Extent: 1 ink on linen.

Scope and Content Note

45 foot auxiliary cruiser (45' x 10'8" x 7' ).
Folder B006

File Unit 041.  Design No. 185, undated

Extent: 6 pencil on tissue drawings; 1 original roll label.

Scope and Content Note

Dwg.. Nos. 185-1, 185-2, 185-5, 185-6, 185-7, and 185-9.
Folders B006 and B007

File Unit 042.  Design No. 187, 1940

Extent: 22 sheets (18 blueprints; 1 diazotype; 3 pencil on tracing paper).

Scope and Content Note

46 foot auxiliary ketch, includes plans for the general design class, as well as for named vessels Minerva and Cynjo. Also included are plans for a Design No. 187 built by Lee & Co., Hong Kong, dated 1940.
Folders A004 and B006

File Unit 043.  Design No. 189, 1932

Extent: 2 pencil on tracing paper; 1 pencil on kraft paper.

Scope and Content Note

22 foot sloop designed by Wayland at Madden and Lewis (Sausalito, Calif.). Dwg. Nos. 189, 189-1, and 189-2.
Folder B006

File Unit 044.  Design No. 190, 1932

Extent: 2 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

23 foot power cruiser designed for Colberg Boat Works (Stockton, Calif.). Dwg. No. 190-1, 190-2.
Folder A005

File Unit 045.  Design No. 192, undated

Extent: 1 ink on linen.

Scope and Content Note

32 foot motor cruiser (32' x 8'8" x 2'6"). Dwg. No. 192.
Folder A005

File Unit 046.  Design No. 193, undated

Extent: 4 drawings (2 pencil on tracing paper; 2 ink on linen).

Scope and Content Note

51 foot auxiliary cutter (50'6" x 11' x 7'3"). Dwg. No. 193-1, 193-2, 193-3, 193-4.
Folder A005

File Unit 047.  Design No. 194, undated

Extent: 5 sheets (3 diazotypes; 2 ink on linen).

Scope and Content Note

33 foot auxiliary cutter (33' x 10' x 5'2"), includes named vessel Suds. Ink on linen drawings are drawing nos. 194-3 (profile and arrangement) and 194-5 (sail plan). Diazo drawings are dwg. nos. 1942, 194-3 (framing) and 194-5 (profile and deck plan). Please note different view for similarly numbered drawings.
Folder A006

File Unit 048.  Design No. 195, undated

Extent: 5 sheets (3 ink on linen; 2 diazotypes, reduced).

Scope and Content Note

40 foot twin screw houseboat (39'9" x 13' x 4'6").
Folder B008

File Unit 049.  Design No. 196, undated

Extent: 2 diazotypes.
Physical Description: One plan has an recto drawing of an unidentified vessel.

Scope and Content Note

46 1/2 foot auxiliary schooner (46'6" x 11'6" x 7').
Folders A006 and B008

File Unit 050.  Design No. 198, undated

Extent: 11 sheets (4 pencil on tracing paper; 5 ink on linen; 2 diazotypes).

Scope and Content Note

38 foot 9 inch auxiliary cutter, original envelope notes that this was not built. 198-1 lines and hull (pencil on tracing paper) 198-1A lines and hull (pencil on tracing paper) 198-1A lines and hull (annotated diazo) 198-2 midsection (ink-linen) 198-2 midsection (diazo) 198-3 framing (ink-linen) 198-4 sail (ink-linen) 198-4A sail plan (pencil on tracing paper) 198-5 IB profile and cabin plan (ink-linen) 198-6 deck (ink-linen) 198-7A sails (pencil on tracing paper)
Folder A006

File Unit 051.  Design No. 199, undated

Extent: 5 sheets (1 ink on linen; 4 pencil on tracing paper).

Scope and Content Note

Aloha was a 55 foot auxiliary ketch yacht designed by John G. Alden of Boston, and built by W.F. Stone & Son for Frank B. Drake. Aloha was lost in Santa Barbara Channel after being rammed by Coast Guard cutter in 1948. Sister ship of Noname. These plans are mainly rigging and sail alterations, and carry George H. Wayland's design number 199, and include the following drawings: 199-1 rigging alterations (pencil on tracing paper), 199-2 details (pencil on tracing paper), 199-3 Sail plan (pencil on tracing paper), 199 sail (pencil on tracing paper), and unnumbered hull drawing of Aloha (ink on linen).
Folder B008

File Unit 052.  Design No. 203, undated

Extent: 2 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Idalia (built 1908; schooner yacht). In 1925 , this 75 foot yacht was the second place winner of the longest trans-Pacific yacht race, from San Francisco to Tahiti. At the time of the race she was owned by Dr. E.R. Parker. In 1954 she was scuttled about 400 miles north of Hawaii after a mid-sea rescue of her crew by the United States Navy. These two original drawings show rig and sail changes, and probably date from around 1924 or 1925, in preparation for the Trans-Pacific race. Notes on the plans indicate that they were for Wayland's client "Dr. Painless Parker" Plans include a new sail plan and rigging plan (drawing numbers 203-1 and 203-2).
Folder B008

File Unit 053.  Design No. 204, undated

Extent: 5 sheets (3 pencil on tracing paper; 1 pencil on drafting paper; 1 blueprint).
Physical Description: Table of offsets is a pencil drawing on drafting paper; the verso has unidentified vessel lines. One copy of drawing number 204-2 in a blueprint, with an pencil drawing of an unidentified vessel on the verso.

Scope and Content Note

Plans for a 14 foot 6 inch sailing skiff include the following numbered drawings: 204-1, general arrangement and outboard profile; 204-2, lines; and 204-3, framing. Also included is drawing 204 table of offsets.
Folder B008

File Unit 054.  Design No. 205, undated

Extent: 2 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Bali, 2 original drawings showing topmast and rigging (205-1) and spar iron work (205-2).
Folder A007

File Unit 055.  Design No. 206 Design No., undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Dwg.. 206-1 shows the outboard profile and general arrangement of an 85 foot auxiliary ketch (85' x 19' x 11).
Folders A007 and B009

File Unit 056.  Design No. 207, undated

Extent: 2 sheets (1 pencil on tracing paper; 1 pencil on drafting paper).

Scope and Content Note

18 foot 6 inch sailing skiff; Dwg... 207-1 shows the general arrangement and outboard profile; a second unnumbered drawing on drafting paper illustrates a skiff of identical dimensions.
Folder B009

File Unit 057.  Design No. 208, undated

Extent: 2 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Plans for this 40 foot cutter include spar and rigging (208-1) and rigging (208, Kalonia), by George Wayland for the Nunes Brothers.
Folder A007

File Unit 058.  Design No. 212, undated

Extent: 6 sheets (5 pencil on drafting paper; 1 blueprint).

Scope and Content Note

15 foot 6 inch sloop (15'6" x 5'6" x 2'6"), and includes the following plans: 212-0 inboard profile and general arrangement; 212-2 framing; 212-2A framing; 212-3 lines; 212-3A lines; and 212-3 lines (blueprint).
Folder A007

File Unit 059.  Design No. 214, undated

Extent: 4 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

49 foot dispatch boat (49" x 12" x 5'9"), and includes four drawings: 214-1 midsection; 214-2 framing; 214-3 deck and hold; and 214-4 outboard profile.
Folder A007

File Unit 060.  Design No. 215, undated

Extent: 2 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

39 foot 9 inch auxiliary schooner (39'9" x 9'8" x 6'6"). Original drawings are numbered 215-1 and 215-2.
Folder A008

File Unit 061.  Design No. 216, undated

Extent: 2 blueprints.
Physical Description: Blueprints have unidentified recto drawings in pencil.

Scope and Content Note

19 foot fishing boat (19' x 6' x 1'9"). Two original drawings are numbered 216-1 and 216-2.
Folders A008 and B009

File Unit 062.  Design No. 217, undated

Extent: 14 sheets (2 pencil on drafting paper; 1 pencil on blueprint verso; 2 ink on linen; 9 pencil on tracing paper).
Physical Description: Pencil on drafting paper sheets have drawings on verso and recto sides; blueprint recto is an E.B. Schock sail plan for EBS design no. 309.

Scope and Content Note

Volante (built 1936; sloop), is a 42 foot auxiliary sloop (42' x 10' x 6'10") commissioned in 1935 by Charles Langlais of the Saint Francis Yacht Club, and built in 1936 at the Nunes Brothers yard in Sausalito. According to Robert C. Keefe, "No history of the St. Francis Yacht Club would be complete without some mention of the Volante. For over 40 years, she and her various member owners had a great deal to do with the history and traditions of the club that are so very meaningful today." Following her sale in 1975, Volante passed out of the SFYC but continued to sail the San Francisco Bay. She had an illustrious career in the 1980s with notable finishes in the annual Master Mariners race (1st place in 1986 and 3rd place in 1989); she also took their Perpetual Dead Eye Award in 1989. See www.stfyc.com/files/StFrancisHistory.pdf for details on the details of her design and construction, and relationship to the St. Francis Yacht Club.
This file includes 14 original drawings, many of which are preliminary sketches. Note that some numbers are used twice, but show different views. Volante 217 - lines, frame and hull (recto); sections (verso) Volante 217 - hull (recto); sail plan (verso) Volante 217 - sail and rig (verso of a blueprint) 217-4 Deck and Cabin plan (ink on linen) 217-6 Outboard profile (ink on linen) 217-2 Framing plan (pencil on tracing paper, fragile ) 217-3 unidentified sketch (pencil on tracing paper) 217-4 Deck and cabin plan (pencil on tracing paper) 217-5 Profile and sections (pencil on tracing paper) 217-6 Preliminary sail plan (pencil on tracing paper, fragile ) 217-7 Sails [ver. 1] (pencil on tracing paper) 217-7 Sail plan [ver. 2] (pencil on tracing paper) 217-8 Rigging (pencil on tracing paper, fragile ) 217-9 Working sails
Blueprint recto is E.B. Shock sail plan design no. 30.
Folder B010

File Unit 063.  Design No. 218, undated

Extent: 6 sheets (2 pencil on drafting paper; 1 pencil on newsprint; 3 pencil on tracing paper).
Physical Description: Pencil on drafting paper sheets have pencil drawings on both verso and recto sides.

Scope and Content Note

27 foot fin keel sloop (27' x 6' x 4'3"). 6 drawings showing various views, including a framing plan.
Folder A008

File Unit 064.  Design No. 219, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Astoria (steamship) plan of poop deck. Dwg.. no. 219-1.
Folder B010

File Unit 065.  Design No. 220, undated

Extent: 2 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

29 foot 6 inch fishing boat. 2 plans show lines and offset table (220-1) and framing (220-2).
Folders A008 and B010

File Unit 066.  Design No. 223, undated

Extent: 5 sheets (4 pencil on tracing paper; 1 blueprint).

Scope and Content Note

28 foot sloop. 5 plans show keel and sails, lines and offsets, and framing. Plans number 223-1, 223-2, and 223-3. Drawing number 223-1 is used multiple times for various views.
Folder B010

File Unit 067.  Design No. 224, undated

Extent: 4 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Leader (built 1918; towboat) was a 70 foot gasoline powered cannery tender, built for Frank B. Peterson Co by W.F. Stone & Son (Oakland, California). George H. Wayland design number 224. This file includes 4 original drawings numbered consecutively 224-1 through 224-4 showing the deck and hull, an inboard profile, sections, and a revised inboard profile and cabin plan.
Folder B010

File Unit 068.  Design No. 225, undated

Extent: 4 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Otter. Four original drawings in this file include a new sail plan (225-1), a rearrangement plan (225-2), a hollow mast plan (225-4), and an inboard profile and cabin plan (225).
Folder B011

File Unit 069.  Design No. 226, undated

Extent: 2 sheets (1 pencil on tracing paper; 1 pencil on blueprint verso).
Physical Description: Blueprint recto is GHW Dwg.. no. 151-1.

Scope and Content Note

34 foot sport fishing boat. This file includes two original plans, including a lines plan.
Folders A008 and B010

File Unit 070.  Design No. 227, undated

Extent: 15 sheets (11 pencil on tracing paper; 1 pencil on drafting paper; 1 pencil on blueprint verso; 2 negative line reduction photostatic prints).
Physical Description: Blueprint verso is fragment of GHW Dwg... no. 229-4. Photostatic prints are reductions of originals.

Scope and Content Note

Chinook (34 foot aux sloop), Design no. 227. This file includes 13 original drawings. Some drawing numbers are assigned twice but show different views. 227 hull; 227 lines; 227-2 midsection; 227-3 deck and sections; 227-3 framing; 227-4 arrangement; 227-6 sails and rigging; 227-7 spars; 227-8 sails; 227-8 shoe and bolt; 227-10 jib and sheet traveler (pencil on blueprint verso); and 227-10 rigging. There are two photostatic reductions of drawings 227-4 and 227-6.
Folders A009 and B011

File Unit 071.  Design No. 228, undated

Extent: 14 sheets (3 pencil on tracing paper; 1 pencil on drafting paper; 10 pencil on advertising flyer verso).
Physical Description: Pencil on drafting paper has verso and recto drawings.

Scope and Content Note

35 foot sloop. File included the following views: hull, plan sketch (228-1), arrangement plan (228-4), details, and lines.
Folders A009 and B012

File Unit 072.  Design No. 229, 1937-1938

Extent: 30 sheets (6 blueprints; 1 annotated diazotype; 1 pencil on linen; 22 pencil on tracing paper).

Scope and Content Note

Proposed research vessel for the Department of Fish and Game, State of California. Most of the sheets are original drawings. In November 1937 the proposal was for a 97' 6" vessel, but by the following spring the design changed to a 100' 6" vessel.
Also included in this file are plans with the same design number, which may be for an associated tender for the larger vessel, design no. 229B. Like the larger vessel, this design comes in two sizes: one is for an 18' power tender, the other is for a 19'3" power tender.
22 sheets for design no. 229 is stored in a larger "B size" folder; 8 drawings for the smaller vessel are, appropriately, stored in a smaller "A size" folder.
Folder A009

File Unit 073.  Design No. 230, undated

Extent: 3 sheets (1 pencil on tissue; 2 blueprints).

Scope and Content Note

Telco (built 1937; tow boat). Telco is a 45 foot boat built for Pacific Telegraph and Telephone Company, and used as a cable laying boat. The Boat is in the collection of historic small craft at San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park (SAFR-20427). Views include winch details, deck and hold plans, and an outboard profile.
Folder B013

File Unit 074.  Design No. 231, 1937 February

Extent: 4 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

39 foot 10 inch sport fishing boat. Views include lines, preliminary plan (outboard profile and cabin), sections, and construction plan.
Folder A010

File Unit 075.  Design No. 232, 1937

Extent: 2 sheets (1 pencil on tracing paper; 1 pencil on blueprint verso).
Physical Description: Sail plan (232-2) is pencil on blueprint verso. Recto is drawing no. 228-4.

Scope and Content Note

34 foot yawl "duck," views include hollow mast details and a sail plan.
Folder B013

File Unit 076.  Design No. 233, 1938

Extent: 3 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Twin screw barge for the Red Salmon Canning Company. Views include two versions of a construction and framing plan (233-1 and 233-2), and an outboard profile and deck plan, including planking (233-3).
Folder A010

File Unit 077.  Design No. 234, undated

Extent: 8 sheets (5 pencil on tracing paper; 1 pencil on vellum; 1 pencil on drafting paper; 1 blueprint).

Scope and Content Note

36 foot dispatch boat. plans include the following views: lines, sections and details, construction plan, arrangement, profile and deck plan, and offsets.
Folder B013

File Unit 078.  Design No. 235, undated

Extent: 7 sheets (1 pencil on tracing paper; 2 pencil on drafting paper; 2 blueprints; 2 diazotypes).

Scope and Content Note

41 foot cruising cutter. Views include sail plan (233 No. 3), arrangement and lines (235, on recto and verso, respectively), profile (2 versions: 235 and 235-4), deck and arrangement plan (235-5).
Folder A011

File Unit 079.  Design No. 236, undated

Extent: 4 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Views include sections, lines, framing and arrangement, and sail and outboard profile.
Folder A011

File Unit 080.  Design No. 237, undated

Extent: 7 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Proposed 30 foot patrol boat(s)(s): Version 1 is for a 30 foot boat; views include inboard profile and cabin plan (237-4), and an outboard profile and deck plan (237-5). Version 2 is for a 39 foot 10 inch boat; views include lines (237-1), sections and details (237-2), construction plan (237-3), inboard profile and arrangement (237-4), and outboard profile and deck plan (237-5).
Folders A011 and B013

File Unit 081.  Design No. 238, undated

Extent: 6 sheets (1 pencil on tissue; 1 pencil on drafting paper; 3 blueprints; 1 diazotype).

Scope and Content Note

56 foot motor boat. Views include a preliminary study of inboard profile and cabin plan (238-1); lines (3 versions as 238, 238(b), and 238-1); sections (2 versions as 238b and 238-3); details (238b verso) and framing (238-4).
Folder A012

File Unit 082.  Design No. 239, 1938

Extent: 8 sheets (7 pencil on tracing paper; 1 pencil on drafting paper).

Scope and Content Note

Two versions using the same general number scheme. Design 239 views include lines, hull, inboard profile and arrangement, and sail plan. Design 239A views include lines, construction, and sail plan.
Folders A012 and B014

File Unit 083.  Design No. 240, undated

Extent: 20 sheets (13 pencil on tracing paper; 2 ink on linen; 1 blueprint; 4 diazotypes).

Scope and Content Note

26 foot auxiliary sloop. Plans in folder A012 include the following views: table of offsets (240-1B and 240-1BR); outboard profile (240-2); construction and sections (240-3); construction plan (240-4); deck and arrangement plan (240-5); alternate arrangement plan (240-5B); inboard profile (240-6); sections (240-7); spars (240-9); and outboard profile (240-9). Plans in folder B014 are signed "W.E.M.": lines and hull (240-1); sail, mast, and boom (240-8); and lines (240-11). Please note that some drawing numbers are used more than once but show different views.
Folders A013 and B014

File Unit 084.  Design No. 241, undated

Extent: 6 sheets (4 pencil on tracing paper; 1 pencil on drafting paper; 1 blueprint).

Scope and Content Note

64 foot 3 inch towboat. Views include an inboard profile and arrangement (blueprint); lines sketches (recto and verso, pencil on drafting paper); and lines, framing, outboard profile and deck house, and deck and cabin arrangement (pencil on tracing paper).
Folder A013

File Unit 085.  Design No. 242, undated

Extent: 7 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

39 foot 9 inch taxi boat. Views include the following drawings: offsets; rough sketch; lines and offsets; lines (242-1); sections and details (242-2); construction plan (242-3); and outboard profile and cabin plan (242-4).
Folder A013

File Unit 086.  Design No. 243 , undated

Extent: 4 sheets (3 pencil on tracing paper; 1 blueprint).

Scope and Content Note

23 foot sloop; also noted as a conversion from a 28 foot salmon boat, indicating that this number was probably used twice, for tow distinct jobs. Plans include a sketch; profile and cabin plan (243-1); and sections and details (243-2).
Folder B014

File Unit 087.  Design No. 244, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Yohoho. Sail plan.
Folder A013

File Unit 088.  Design No. 245, circa 1939

Extent: 1 sheet.

Scope and Content Note

Homeward Bound (built 1939; aux. ketch). Rigging plan.
Folder A014

File Unit 089.  Design No. 246, undated

Extent: 2 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

20 foot sloop. Rigging plan and details; sails and shoe (246-1).
Folder A014

File Unit 090.  Design No. 248, undated

Extent: 2 pencil on tracing paper.
Folder B014

File Unit 091.  Design No. 249, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Water Witch. Sail plan.
Folder A014

File Unit 092.  Design No. 254, undated

Extent: 2 sheets (1 pencil on tracing paper; 1 pencil on drafting paper).

Scope and Content Note

48 foot yawl.
Folder B014

File Unit 093.  Design No. 261, undated

Extent: 7 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Malabar VII, barge conversion to a sight seeing boat. See also design No. 268.
Folder A015

File Unit 094.  Design No. 262, 1940

Extent: 12 sheets (8 pencil on tracing paper ; 2 pencil on drafting paper; 2 pencil on letter size grid paper).

Scope and Content Note

Zahama (built 1940; yacht).
Folder A015

File Unit 095.  Design No. 263, undated

Extent: 4 sheets (1 pencil on tracing paper; 1 pencil on blueprint verso; 2 blueprints).

Scope and Content Note

Sight seeing launch.
Folder B014

File Unit 096.  Design No. 264, 1940

Extent: 2 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

30 foot fishing boat for Sausalito Boat Works. Lines plan and framing plan.
Folder B014

File Unit 097.  Design No. 265, undated

Extent: 2 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

33 foot 7 1/2 inches fishing boat. Framing plan and offsets.
Folders A016 and B015

File Unit 098.  Design No. 267, undated

Extent: 4 sheets (3 pencil tracing paper; 1 pencil on drafting paper).

Scope and Content Note

33 foot 4 inch fishing boat. Views include lines, framing plan with section views, and lines and offsets.
Folder B015

File Unit 099.  Design No. 268, 1940

Extent: 2 sheets (1 pencil on tracing paper; 1 blueprint).

Scope and Content Note

Monterey barge conversion. See also design no. 261. Views include frame, hatch arrangement, and sections.
Folder A016

File Unit 100.  Design No. 270, 1938

Creator/Collector: Standard Oil Company
Extent: 1 tinted diazotype.
Physical Description: Diazotype tinted with colored pencil.

Scope and Content Note

Ferry. Preliminary study for a 40 passenger motor ferry boat for Arabian waters.
Folder A016

File Unit 101.  Design No. 271, undated

Extent: 6 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Design number was used twice for different vessels: 30 foot 10 inch twin screw river cruiser and/or a 60 foot patrol boat.
Folder A016

File Unit 102.  Design No. 272, 1942

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Shallow draft power boat measuring 42 feet x 11 feet x 1 foot 9 inches. Sections.
Folder A016

File Unit 103.  Design No. 273, undated

Extent: 1 sheet.

Scope and Content Note

61 inch sail dinghy for A.B. Mitchell. Dinghy measures 60 3/4 x 24 x 13 1/2 inches.
 

File Unit 104.  Design No. 292, undated

Extent: .

Scope and Content Note

38 foot fishing boat.
 

File Unit 105.  Design No. 396, 1939

Extent: .

Scope and Content Note

C1-8
Folder B024

File Unit 106.  plans envelopes, undated

Extent: 11 EA.

Scope and Content Note

11 original envelopes made of folded paper, metal brads, staples and tapes, made by George Wayland to hold sets of original drawings. These envelopes include occasional marginal notes.
Folders A016, A018, and B016; Roll 01

Subseries 1.02.  Jobs identified as named vessels., 1928-1957, and undated

Extent: 48 EA
Language(s): Technical drawings. Where notes appear, they are in English.

Scope and Content Note

Series includes documentation for 16 jobs by George H. Wayland, identified by vessel name. Not all the vessels in this series were designed in whole by Wayland, rather some are vessels for which he took a secondary design role. Among the type of work represented in this series are modifications of sail and rigging, modification of cabin and deck arrangements, and general survey work. Vessels represented in this series include Altair (1928); Averna; Belvedere One; El Cita; Fearless (1929) and Fearless II redesign (1939); Jimax III (1953, 1957); Kathanga;); Lady Jo; Lombari (punt, 1938); Machy Export Tees; Margaret E. (65 foot fishing vessel); Marylin G. ; Orphans (23 foot); Skyblue (28 foot motor boat); and W.H. Balowin.

Arrangement

16 files arranged alphabetically by vessel name.
Folder A017 document and Folder B016

File Unit 01.  Altair, 1928

Extent: 4 sheets (1 pencil on tracing paper, encapsulated; 1 blueprint; 1 pencil on blueprint version; 1 pencil on stationary verso).

Scope and Content Note

Views include sail and rig plan on the verso of a receipt, in a document folder in A017; Oversize sheets in Folder B016 include views of a sail plan and a rigging plan.
Folder A017

File Unit 02.  Averna, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on paper, recto.
 

File Unit 03.  Belvedere One, undated

Extent: .
Folder B016

File Unit 04.  Blankenses, 1929

Extent: 1 pencil on blueprint verso.

Scope and Content Note

Rigging plan on in pencil on the verso of a blueprint; recto shows a John Alden design.
Folder B016

File Unit 05.  El Cita, undated

Extent: 3 sheets (2 pencil on tracing paper; 1 annotated diazotype).

Scope and Content Note

Two sail plans, and one rigging plan that is not identified, but was clipped to identified sail plans.
Folders A018 and B016

File Unit 06.  Fearless and Fearless II , 1929, 1939

Extent: 23 items (12 pencil on tracing paper; 6 blueprints; 2 pencil on paper; 1 pencil on photostat verso; 1 folder of clippings; 1 folder of correspondences and contract specifications).

Scope and Content Note

Folder A018 includes 5 blueprints; 1 pencil on a photostat verso; and 14 pencil on tracing paper drawings showing the following views: details, arrangements, multiple preliminary sketches of arrangements, and isometric projection of tanks. Also included in folder A018 are two document folders containing clippings, and correspondences and specifications, respectively. Folder B016 includes a lines blueprint of Fearless, and an unidentified pencil on drafting paper showing lines, hull, and frame stations, probably Fearless or Fearless II.
Folder A017

File Unit 07.  Jimax III, 1953, 1957

Extent: 3 items (1 photostat; 2 reports).

Scope and Content Note

Includes a profile and arrangement plan, a 1953 description of Jimax III by Amsterdam SF, Ltd., and a report on Jimax III by the American Board of Shipping, dated 1957.
Folders A017 document file and B016; Boxes 2 and 3

File Unit 08.  K'thanga, undated

Extent: 5 items (1 note, 3 blueprints, 1 black and white photographic print).
Physical Description: Blueprints need humidfying and flattening, some repairs. One tightly rolled plan is stored in Box 2, and is not available for public use until treated.

Scope and Content Note

Plans and notes regarding K'thanga, and one black and white photographic print (8 x 10 inches) showing profile.
Folder A017 document

File Unit 09.  Lady Jo, undated

Extent: 1 item.

Scope and Content Note

Notes regarding Lady Jo
Folder A017

File Unit 10.  Lombardi, 1938

Extent: 1 item.

Scope and Content Note

Punt
 

File Unit 11.  Margarite E., undated

Extent: .
Folder B016

File Unit 12.  Marylin G., undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tissue paper.

Scope and Content Note

Sail plan
Folder B016

File Unit 13.  Machy Export Tees, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on diazotype verso.

Scope and Content Note

Lines plan, pencil on diazo verso.
Folder A017

File Unit 14.  Orphans, undated

Extent: 3 items (1 pencil on drafting paper, recto; 2 notes).

Scope and Content Note

Lines plan; notes on the stanchions.
Folder A017

File Unit 15.  Skyblue, undated

Extent: 1 item.

Scope and Content Note

Note on plan "plan drawn from oral, written and a pectoral descriptions by Geo. H. Wayland"
Folder A017

File Unit 16.  W.H. Balowin, undated

Extent: 1 item.
Folders A019 and B017

Subseries 1.03.  Unnumbered original drawings, 1929-30, and undated

Extent: 25 EA (15 pencil on tracing paper; 2 ink on linen; 2 blueprints; 3 pencil on blueprint verso; 2 van dyke; 1 diazo)
Language(s): Technical drawings. Where notes appear, they are in English.

Scope and Content Note

These original drawings and plans have no associated job numbers or vessel names, and are identified by vessel attributes like hull length or sail area.

Arrangement

14 files units arranged by ascending vessel length. These are housed in map folders by size; within folders the plans are arranged by vessel length as indicated on drawings.
Folder A019

File Unit 01.  16 foot 8 inch Zilvermeeu, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.

Scope and Content Note

Sail and rig plan
Folder A019

File Unit 02.  25 foot one design class sloop, 1939

Extent: 2 blueprints.

Scope and Content Note

Sail plan
Folder B017

File Unit 03.  26 foot runabout, undated

Extent: 6 pencil on tracing paper.
Folder A019

File Unit 04.  30 foot fishing boat, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.
Folders A019 and B017

File Unit 05.  30 foot power cruiser, 1930

Extent: 4 sheets (1 pencil on tracing paper; 1 pencil on blueprint verso; 1 ink on linen; 1 van dyke print).
Folder A019

File Unit 06.  38 foot twin screw cruiser, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on blueprint verso.
Folder A019

File Unit 07.  40 foot power cruiser, undated

Extent: 4 sheets (3 pencil on tracing paper; 1 van dyke print).
Folder A019

File Unit 08.  43 foot motor cruiser, undated

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.
Folders A019 and B017

File Unit 09.  48 foot passenger tow boat, undated

Creator/Collector: Madden & Lewis
Extent: 2 pencil on tracing paper.
Folder A019

File Unit 10.  50 foot twin screw cruiser, 1929

Extent: 1 pencil on tracing paper.
Folder A019

File Unit 11.  75 foot auxiliary schooner, undated

Extent: 2 sheets (1 ink on linen; 1 diazotype).
Folder A019

File Unit 12.  125 foot power cruiser, undated

Creator/Collector: Stone, W.F.
Extent: 1 diazotype.
Folder B017

File Unit 13.  Derrick Barge #5, 1930

Creator/Collector: Haviside Co. (San Francisco, Calif.)
Extent: 1 blueprint.

Scope and Content Note

See seres 1.03, file 5 for drawing on blueprint verso.
Folder A019

File Unit 14.  International 30 square meter yacht sail plan, undated

Creator/Collector: Nunes Brothers
Extent: 2 diaziotype.
Physical Description: Annotated
Folders A020, A021, A022, A024, B018, B019, and B020; Box 1

Subseries 1.04.  Unidentified drawings, circa 1925-1949

Extent: 85 EA Drawings (52 pencil on tracing paper; 10 pencil on drafting paper; 5 pencil on desk paper; 5 linen, 2 vellum, 5 blueprint verso, 6 printed paper verso)
Language(s): Technical drawings. Where notes appear, they are in English.

Scope and Content Note

Series 1.04 - George H. Wayland unidentified drawings. These 85 original drawings have no identifying job number, vessel name or defining vessel characteristic, and were found intermixed in no particular order with the bulk of George H. Wayland's drawings at Myron Spaulding's boatyard in Sausalito. The majority of these plans are undated, and dates have been estimated based on the characteristics of the material support, especially drawings which are on the verso of printed dated material. This sub-series is described at the sub-series level.

Arrangement

The arrangement of this sub-series was imposed during processing in the absence of a usable original order. This sub-series was arranged first with respect to the physical characteristics of the material (size and material), and then intellectually by views depicted.
Folder A020 contains 12 pencil drawings on tracing paper; all 12 drawings typically show lines and body and sheer plans.
Folder A021 contains 9 pencil drawings on tracing paper. 7 drawings show inboard profiles and cabin arrangements of unidentified vessel(s) with a steamer stack. 2 drawings are of section plans.
Folder A022 contains 3 pencil drawings on linen showing 1 body plan, 1 section plan, and 1 sail plan for unidentified vessels; 6 pencil drawings on tracing paper including 3 sail and rig plans, and 3 miscellaneous unidentified sketches; 2 pencil drawings of vellum, one showing a body plan, the other showing a profile plan; and 2 ink on linen drawings showing body plans. Folder A024 contains 3 pencil drawings on blueprint versos, as well as 6 pencil drawings on the verso side of various printed materials. Pencil drawings on blueprint versos include the following views: inboard profile, arrangement, sections, hull and annotated equations for an unidentified vessel, possibly design no. 237, all on one sheet; 1 inboard profile showing engine and shaft arrgt; and 1 hull framing plan. Additional drawings in this folder include the following: 4 sail and rig plans, 2 inboard profiles and arrangement plans, and a lines plan. Based on information derived from the recto images, the plans in this folder probably date from the mid 1930s.
Folder B018 contains 10 pencil drawings on drafting paper, including 6 lines and body plans, 2 sail and rig plans, on plan showing multiple views including an outboard profile, sections and body plan, and one graph of an uncertain purpose showing curves.
Folder B019 contains 2 pencil drawings on blueprint versos, and 7 drawings on tracing paper. Drawings on blueprint versos are a sail and rig plan, and rig details. The pencil drawings on tracing paper include 5 profile and arrangement plans, 1 drawing of water tanks, and one sheet with miscellaneous and unidentified detail drawings on the recto and verso.
Folder B020 contains 18 pencil drawings on tracing paper, grouped into two different sets of related drawings. The first set include 9 drawings of an unidentified vessel, and the second set contains 9 drawings of a vessel which may be design number 198.
Box 1 contains a letter sized file folder containing 4 drawings on letter-size yellow graph paper, and a small pencil drawing fragment on plain white paper.
Folders A025 and B022; Boxes 2 and 3

Series 2.  Other designers, 1918-1955

Extent: 15 EA (10 blueprints; 3 diazotypes; 10 photostats; 1 printed flyer; 10 black and white photographic prints; 1 photostat reproduction of a photograph)
Language(s): In English

Scope and Content Note

Series 2 includes plans from other designers. Designers represented here include: Anderson and Christofani; Berkeley Street Construction Co., Inc.; Edwin Monk; John G. Alden; Lee and Britton; Sparkman-Stevens; Stephen Brothers (Stockton, California); and W.F. Stone. This series is described at the series level.

Arrangement

Series 2 is housed in two map folders and 2 boxes.
Folder A24 includes the following 15 items:
John Alden, design number 93, sail plan. 1920 and lines, 1918 (reduced photostats).
Robert Allen, TSMY #118 for owner Capt. Wm Crawford, inboard profile and cabin arrangements, 1939 April (2 photostats) and 2 sketches on a flyer verso.
Anderson and Christofani, proposed diesel cruiser for Clarence Fry, outboard profile, inboard profile and arrangement, undated; two copies, one of which is annotated (2 diazotypes).
Berkeley Steel Company, hull number 5, lifeboats Diablo (tug) and Chame (tug), 1940; these two plans show (a) lines and (b) outboard profile and arrangement (2 blueprints).
Karl Hansen, M/S Jane Lock, outboard profile (1 negative photostat).
Enterprise Supercharged Engine, Keith (diesel tug), ca. 1950s (1 advertising flyer).
Edwin Monk, 52 foot x 13 foot 6 inch twin screw cruiser for Herman Hogrefe, 1946 (1 photostat).
Sparkman and Stephens, design number 289, 23 foot sloop, 1939 (1 blueprint).
Stephens Brothers, 39 foot cruiser outboard profile and arrangement, 1925 (1 blueprint).
Unidentified creator, Sonos (yacht) inboard profile, 1935 (2 photostats).
Folder B22 includes the following 4 items:
Atlas Imperial Diesel Engine Company, profile of a 6 1/4 x 8 1/4 - 6 cylinder marine engine, 1940 (1 blueprint). Edwin Monk, 65 x 18 foot seine boat, lines and offsets, 1945 (1 photostat).
Standard Oil Company of California, drawing number 301-2, proposed motor towboat, framing plan, 1939 (2 copies, blueprints).
Folder B22 also includes 2 diazotypes and one pencil trace of the Bird Boat plans (Design no. 149). See sub-series 1.01, file 27 for description.
Box 2 includes following 5 items needing conservation:
Enterprise Engine Company installation drawing, 1939 (1 diazotype).
F. L. Fulton (Antioch, Calif.) Despatch No. 7, 65 foot diesel towboat for Standard Oil of California, 1937 (1 blueprint).
Wataridori (49' x 16' yacht) arrangement plan, circa 1952 (2 copies, blueprint).
Three pieces, taped and tightly rolled photostat, unidentified.
Box 3 includes 10 photographic prints and 1 photo reproduction of a print:
9 black and white photographic prints, each measuring 8 x 10 inches. Photographs are one outboard profile and 8 interior cabin shots of an unidentified vessel, probably the TSMY #118 for owner Capt. Wm Crawford, circa 1939.
1 black and white photographic print showing the profile of an unidentified motor yacht, undated.
1 photo reproduction of a photograph of the Soros (yacht) under sail, undated.
Folder B023

Series 3.  Charts and Maps, circa 1918-1939

Extent: 26 EA
Language(s): In English

Scope and Content Note

This series contains mostly published charts, but includes a few hand-drawn or printed and annotated race course maps. Three (3) navigation charts, annotated: Santa Barbara (5261), 1924; Pfeiffer Point to Point Cypress (5476), 1924; and Monterey Bay (5403), 1924.
Three (3) maps, annotated: Rand McNally Main Highways and Passes of California, circa 1910-1922 (printed; recto shows highways and trails, verso shows coastal shipping lines and routes); Recreation map of Monterey County, California, no date; USDOI topographic map of Santa Cruz, 1902/1921.
One (1) hand drawn pencil on draft paper survey map of Coronado, California, from Cabrillo Esplanade to 4th Street, and from Orange St. to Glorietta Ave, ca. 1920s, with a pencil drawing of an unidentified vessel on verso.
Two (2) blueprints: Proposed municipal wharf no. 2, City of Monterey, 1926, by Francis Betts Smith; Perpetual Cup race, course route and description, 19 May 1935.
Seventeen (17) Photostats (negatives and positives): negative, detail of Pescadero Rock; negative, detail of Carmel Bay for Francis Betts Smith, 1928; negative, Santa Monica; positive, Pescadero Rock; negative, YRASF race course route; positive and negative, race course route, possibly the 1935 Perpetual Cup; positive and negative, Raccoon Straits and Richardson Bay; negative and positive, newspaper clipping undated "Saratoga won long race homeward with St, Mary's"; positive, 2 negatives, San Francisco - Oakland gap showing anchorage, ca 1922; negative, unidentified; negative, annotated, and positive, Santa Cruz harbor.

Arrangement

Arranged in one folder in groups by support material and/or reproduction technique.
Boxes 1 and 2

Series 4.  Business documents, 1929-1957

Extent: 13 EA
Language(s): In English

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous office documents concerning George H. Wayland's business as a naval architect, including a receipt book from 1929, bank statements from the 1940s, a 1941 appointment calender, a blank yacht charter contract form the 1930s, handwritten supply and purchase lists for unidentified jobs, notes regarding the GGIE yacht racing course, a list of 1935 Trans-Pacific race finalists, two partially used blueprint order books, miscellaneous notes, unused letterhead, and miscellaneous advertising cards and flyers.
Items found with George H. Wayland's plans at the Myron Spaulding boatyard.

Arrangement

Box 1 contains the following folders, which are arranged by item type: Advertising cards and flyers, undated; Appointment calendar, 1941; Bank statements, 1941; Blueprint order books, 1940; GGIE [Golden Gate International Exposition?] Yacht racing course notes, [1939?]; Letterhead, 1930s; Miscellaneous notes, undated; Receipt book, 1929; Supply and purchase lists, undated; Trans-Pacific race finalist list, 1935; Yacht charter contract, blank 1930s. Box 2 contains advertising flyers that are tightly rolled and require conservation. These are not available for use.