Document No 1070: CONSTITUTION and COLUMBIA, America's Cup Trials, 1901

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AUTEUR : Charles E. Bolles

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EDITION : 1901

DATE : 1901

COURSE : 0

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8 x 10 glass plate negative photographed by Charles Edwin Bolles, in an early Cup trial, 1901. View of 132' Herreshoff cutter CONSTITUTION (built 1901 in Bristol, R.I.) and 132' Herreshoff cutter COLUMBIA (built 1899 in Bristol, R.I.). Visible in image: port beam view of COLUMBIA (foreground) and CONSTITUTION on down wind tacks under sail with mainsail, topsails, jibs and spinnakers set, land and spectator boats in background. These two vessels raced eighteen times from July to September 5th in 1901. They tied in number of races won, but COLUMBIA was selected as the defender. CREDIT LINE: Mystic Seaport, Rosenfeld Collection, Charles Edwin Bolles photographer. For more information see: A CENTURY UNDER SAIL, text by Stanley Z. Rosenfeld, page 30. Handwritten on original negative sleeve: "Y 671 / Columbia + Constitution / Box 68".

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BATEAUX : COLUMBIA CONSTITUTION
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