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  • Teen dance in the Houston Yacht Club's Porthole 

    Houston Yacht Club (Houston Yacht Club via Rice UniversityPublished as part of “From Buffalo Bayou to Galveston Bay : the history of the Houston Yacht Club” by HYC Fleet Historian Dora F. (Sam) Akkerman, 2nd edition, 2008, Houston Yacht Club, publisher., 1965)
  • Telegram from J.D. McGovern to Rep. Albert Thomas on Port of Houston worker strike 

    McGovern, J.D. (Rice University, 1946)
    Telegram from J.D. McGovern to Rep. Albert Thomas asking the congressman to intercede on the behalf of port workers and to convince Russell Waite (Houston Port Commissioner) to agree to 15 cent wage increase that strike ...
  • Tenth Annual Regatta for the Sir Thomas J. Lipton Inter-Club Challenge Trophy program 

    Houston Yacht Club (Houston Yacht Club via Rice University, 1929)
    Yacht Clubs competing: Biloxi Yacht Club, Houston Yacht Club, Mobile Yacht Club, Pensacola Yacht Club, St. Petersburg Yacht Club, Sarasota Yacht Club, Southern Yacht Club. John S. Bonner, Commodore.
  • Texas Navy Admirals' Annual Banquet and Business Meeting 1988, invitation and program 

    Houston Yacht Club (Houston Yacht Club via Rice University, 1988)
  • Texas Navy Admirals' Annual Banquet and Business Meeting 1996, invitation, program and menu card 

    Houston Yacht Club (Houston Yacht Club via Rice University, 1996)
  • Texas Navy Is Recognized Everywhere, San Jacinto Day newsclipping 

    Houston Chronicle (Houston Yacht Club via Rice University, 1956-04-22)
  • The 32nd Annual Thistle National Championship held at Houston Yacht Club, 1977 

    Houston Yacht Club (Houston Yacht Club via Rice UniversityPublished as part of “From Buffalo Bayou to Galveston Bay : the history of the Houston Yacht Club” by HYC Fleet Historian Dora F. (Sam) Akkerman, 2nd edition, 2008, Houston Yacht Club, publisher., 1977)
  • "The Canvas Hangers: United States Coast Guard Reserve 1942-1945" booklet photocopy 

    Smith, Rufus G. "Bud" (Houston Yacht Club via Rice University, 1948)
    Booklet describes the activities of sailing yachts in defending the eastern coast of the United States during World War II as part of the United States Coast Guard Reserve. Self published by the author who was instrumental ...
  • The Crescent, owned by the Hamilton brothers, raced in the regatta of 1897 

    Houston Yacht Club (Houston Yacht Club via Rice UniversityPublished as part of “From Buffalo Bayou to Galveston Bay : the history of the Houston Yacht Club” by HYC Fleet Historian Dora F. (Sam) Akkerman, 2nd edition, 2008, Houston Yacht Club, publisher., 1897)
  • The Crescent, under construction at the turn of the century, near LaPorte 

    Houston Yacht Club (Houston Yacht Club via Rice UniversityPublished as part of “From Buffalo Bayou to Galveston Bay : the history of the Houston Yacht Club” by HYC Fleet Historian Dora F. (Sam) Akkerman, 2nd edition, 2008, Houston Yacht Club, publisher., 1897)
  • The Crew at Fort Worth Invitation Regatta 

    Houston Yacht Club (Houston Yacht Club via Rice University, 1949-05-01)
    Newspaper clipping dated, May 26, 1949, featuring a photograph of three Houston Yacht Club sailors who planned to sail in the 13th Annual Fort Worth Invitation Regatta: Frank Zumwalt, Dalton Chapman, and Bill Moody.
  • The Houston Yacht Club, aerial view photograph 

    Houston Yacht Club (Houston Yacht Club via Rice UniversityPublished as part of “From Buffalo Bayou to Galveston Bay : the history of the Houston Yacht Club” by HYC Fleet Historian Dora F. (Sam) Akkerman, 2nd edition, 2008, Houston Yacht Club, publisher., 1929)
  • The Joe Bailey 

    Houston Yacht Club (Houston Yacht Club via Rice UniversityPublished as part of “From Buffalo Bayou to Galveston Bay : the history of the Houston Yacht Club” by HYC Fleet Historian Dora F. (Sam) Akkerman, 2nd edition, 2008, Houston Yacht Club, publisher., 1911)
  • The Observer, a large motor vessel 

    Houston Yacht Club (Houston Yacht Club via Rice UniversityPublished as part of “From Buffalo Bayou to Galveston Bay : the history of the Houston Yacht Club” by HYC Fleet Historian Dora F. (Sam) Akkerman, 2nd edition, 2008, Houston Yacht Club, publisher., 1993)
  • The Ragnot Reunion, Houston Yacht Club, 1983 

    Houston Yacht Club (Houston Yacht Club via Rice UniversityPublished as part of “From Buffalo Bayou to Galveston Bay : the history of the Houston Yacht Club” by HYC Fleet Historian Dora F. (Sam) Akkerman, 2nd edition, 2008, Houston Yacht Club, publisher., 1983)
    76 former Ragnots returned for the reunion. The event was organized by Linda Delgado, Ed and Betty DeJon, Marty Stovall, Rene Mahar, Gloria Boyle, and Julia Wells.
  • The Reign of the Pink Palace - HYC at 90!, article 

    Yachtline Magazine (Houston Yacht Club via Rice University, 1987-04-01)
  • The Russara serving as an escort for the Windom, 1908 

    Houston Yacht Club (Houston Yacht Club via Rice UniversityPublished as part of “From Buffalo Bayou to Galveston Bay : the history of the Houston Yacht Club” by HYC Fleet Historian Dora F. (Sam) Akkerman, 2nd edition, 2008, Houston Yacht Club, publisher., 1908)
    The Russara was one of many Houston Launch Club yachts which escorted the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Windom to the newly dredged turning basin of the Houston Ship Channel after the 1908 annual regatta.
  • The Sea Scout Regatta flag raising, Houston Yacht Club 

    Houston Yacht Club (Houston Yacht Club via Rice University, 1953)
    Flag raising ceremony during a Sea Scout Regatta at the Houston Yacht Club. Visible in the photograph is the Club’s first signal mast which was located in a grassy area on the south side of the property. The Sea Scouts ...
  • The Seabrook Hunting and Fishing Club building, 1907 

    Houston Yacht Club (Houston Yacht Club via Rice UniversityPublished as part of “From Buffalo Bayou to Galveston Bay : the history of the Houston Yacht Club” by HYC Fleet Historian Dora F. (Sam) Akkerman, 2nd edition, 2008, Houston Yacht Club, publisher., 1907)
  • The second Country Girl under sail 

    Houston Yacht Club (Houston Yacht Club via Rice UniversityPublished as part of “From Buffalo Bayou to Galveston Bay : the history of the Houston Yacht Club” by HYC Fleet Historian Dora F. (Sam) Akkerman, 2nd edition, 2008, Houston Yacht Club, publisher., 1905)