Tag Archives: Sailing

Captain Carol’s Fun Trip

Carol Barron & Lynda Suzanne, co-owners of women’s sailing charter company Whelk Women, take guests on a marine biology cruise from Boca Grande to Cayo Costa State Park, Florida. Carol Barron captains Hesper, a 28 1/2 foot Triton yawl. Lynda Suzanne captains Terrapin, a 27 foot Tartan sloop. On the way out, filmmaker Shirley Lasseter

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Captain Carol’s Fun Trip.LHMP Edit

Carol Barron & Lynda Suzanne, co-owners of women’s sailing charter company Whelk Women, take guests on a marine biology cruise from Boca Grande to Cayo Costa State Park, Florida. Carol Barron captains Hesper, a 28 1/2 foot Triton yawl. Lynda Suzanne captains Terrapin, a 27 foot Tartan sloop. On the way out, filmmaker Shirley Lasseter

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Captain Carol’s Fun Trip, original 15 minute cut

Carol Barron & Lynda Suzanne, co-owners of women’s sailing charter company Whelk Women, take guests on a marine biology cruise from Boca Grande to Cayo Costa State Park, Florida. Carol Barron captains Hesper, a 28 1/2 foot Triton yawl. Lynda Suzanne captains Terrapin, a 27 foot Tartan sloop. On the way out, filmmaker Shirley Lasseter

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Captain Carol’s Fun Trip, Uncut

Carol Barron & Lynda Suzanne, co-owners of women’s sailing charter company Whelk Women, take guests on a marine biology cruise from Boca Grande to Cayo Costa State Park, Florida.

Dinsmore, Clara F. / Hodges, Chantal Collection

The Clara F. Dinsmore/ Chantal Hodges Collection contains 31 home movies shot on Martha’s Vineyard, primarily in Edgartown, during the summer of 1925 by Clara Dinsmore and her brother William Dismore Jr. The films document Clara, Bill, and their friends and family during summer activities on Martha’s Vineyard including sailing, picnics at the beach, driving

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Bowles, Dorothy Stebbins Collection

The collection consists of a total of 15,140 feet of 16mm film from the 1920’s-1960’s. These consist mostly of home movies shot by Dorothy Stebbins Bowles in India and Connecticut, including family activities, sailing, and travel through Asia, Europe, and Africa. Also included are two stageplays made in the 1930’s, “Happy Days” and “The Great

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