I have documentation along with an article written about her in 1945 issue of ‘Rudder’ magazine.
I've had a survey and she is mostly sound.
One estimate to restore her is a hundred thousand dollars.
That I do not have!
Can anyone give me any suggestions as to obtaining grants or funding or attests a friendly yard around Boston mass
(Ralph Eldridge (Ralph E.) Winslow (1886-1957) naval architect and author was well known for both power and sailing yachts. In 1904 he began his career at the firm of Small Brothers, Boston, Massachusetts. He later worked for William H. Hand (1875-1946) and was chief draftsman at the firm of Swasey, Raymond & Page from 1909 to 1917. In 1917 he went to work for the Herreshoff Manufacturing Co., Bristol, Rhode Island. From 1920 to 1928 he was self-employed. From 1928 to November 1931 he was at Eldredge-McInnis, Inc., Boston, Massachusetts. After 1931 he was self-employed and later worked for the army during World War II. He continued to design sailing yachts until his death.) from the Mystic Seaport Collections and Research Department: Online Resources
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