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This catalogue was written, and this list compiled, by Thomas E Weil. Hart Perry working with Paul O'Pecko, Vice President, Collections and Research, Mystic Seaport Museum.The rowing history exhibition is co-curated by William Miller and Thomas E.Weil, Mystic Seaport Museum Visiting Curators for Rowing History.The co-curators would like to express their special appreciation to each of the lenders for entrusting their treasures to this project.
Sails were used when the winds were favorable, but the need for quick manouvers, and movement when the winds were lacking, made oarsmen the prime movers of the navies and merchant vessels in that era, and they remained the masters of smaller water transport craft for over two thousand years, until displaced by steam and internal combustion engines.
The staff of the Mystic Seaport Museum and the volunteers of Ready All Row worked seamlessly with extraordinary intensity to renovate the National Rowing Hall of Fame space and the rowing history exhibition rooms and to assist in the mounting of the exhibition.
The Ready All Row volunteers continue to generously support the project by providing reception staffing for the W. Blunt White Building and interpretive services for the exhibition.
The unfavorable impression left by the 1905 Vesper Boat Club entry for the Grand Challenge Cup at Henley Royal Regatta set the stage for the Regatta Stewards rejection of Jack Kelly Srs Diamond Sculls application in 1920.
Here, Leander Club, based in Henley-on-Thames, beats Vesper in an early heat in the regatta. The July 18, 1883 race between ex-champion Ned Hanlan and reigning champion Wallace Ross ettled who was the better man.