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  1. Manusel

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    I'm pretty sure this is the same boat. the two differently sized ports at the stern are the giveaway. I'm sure there were originally three equally sized ports at the stern.
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    This is probably what she looked like originally. This particular photo was a brokerage ad that said it was 93'. I'll check the Trumpy book appendix and see if it can be identified.

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  4. Manusel

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    This is probably Luneta of 1929 which was 98' long.

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  5. Manusel

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    The identity of this boat continues to elude me. By process of elimination I have come down to the last possibility being "Mariska" of 1927 Hull # 185 93' LOA; later names: Truelove, Heigh-Ho, Dolphin, Josephine, Windswept, Helma, Lady Mary
    Official Number 226991
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    One other possibility is this boat which in 1935 was named Marion but was originally Thalia of 1925. However this view does not match what Thalia looked like when new.

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    Here's what Thalia looked like as new.

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    Another view of Marion: She was also named Yowana, Shiawassee V, Golden Greek, and Private Dancer. It's a possibility she went back to the yard and was modified from her original configuration at some point, which was not uncommon.

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    Sangamo was originally Nadesah.

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    Enticer 84.95 ' up bound Welland Canal today.
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    Hey Andrew, my name is Jennifer Flournoy and you may reach me at912 9772711. I am trying to save Sangamo, in Darien Ga.
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    IMG_5117.JPG I acquired Nadesah/Sangamo/Friendship in June. She is in really rough shape. She was underwater for the second or third time but her mahogany was never submerged. I have removed about 15,000 lbs of stuff from her, including the 671 Detroits that were submerged for months. I am now trying to get her stable. It's a hardscuffle. She has been on the rail in Darien, Ga. for 3 weeks. I am going to save her from the bottom of the river, but $$$$ is an issue. We will see what happens. I'm a restoration contractor. Buildings, not boats. I've been a boater all of my life, but only fiberglass. I'm gonna save her but I don't have the money to properly restore her. She is for sale and she will be afloat in another month. We shall see.
  13. Manusel

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    Bob, Do you mean Luneta? This is the Luneta of 1929. The stern looks different but may have been modified at some point.
    If true , maybe an official number could be found stamped somewhere on a structural member. That's the only way it can conclusively be identified. Unless someone comes forward with a solid lead on a former name.

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    Any chance you recorded a 6 digit number stamped on any of the components? That would be the official number and could be used to positively identify the vessel.

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