|Artist||Rushton, John Henry, 1843-1906|
|Maker||J.H. Rushton, Canton, NY|
L: 14' 10 1/2" B: 38 1/2" Wt. 108 lbs.
Rushton's pleasure rowboat #105, Grade A, ordered with options of a gaff-rigged sail, watertight compartments, striped canvas awning (missing), and two pair of Lyman's patent bow-facing oars (2a-b). Lapstrake construction, copper air tanks, patent Radix folding centerboard and two flagstaffs (numbered D-1 and E-2).
.3-.5: boat seatbacks that are fastened to the seats.
|Notes||Coffin was governor of Connecticut from 1895-1897. He used her for 64 years on Long Lake, Blue Mountain Lake, and Lake Pleasant. AM Library has the log of WANDERER's first year.|
|Other number||cat. 138|
|Owned by||Owen Vincent Coffin|