Our neighbor had this canoe deposited on his property. Apparently it came from across the lake from an old timers barn. We have succeeded in getting him to store it gunwale down. (It spent the winter covered but till last Saturday was gunwale up and it does now have two 3/4 inch deep hogs. We plan to offer him something to transfer custody of the boat to us( we think we can handle the boil and sandbag chore) So far we have succeeded in persuading him not to make bookcases and not to glass and epoxy it. He did remove most of the old canvas. I am not sure if the seats and thwarts are original. But the rush seats and high stems and capped gunwales make me think Gerrish.. There is no number anywhere but some scribbling on the stems. There seems to be a shadow of lashing on the end of the one stem rake that exists. There is no evidence of a makers plate. The decks don't quite seem to be the right heart shape. I was at Assembly and saw Renco and Williams boats.. offshoots of Gerrish as their corresponding makers went to Kennebunkport. None quite correspond.We are in Maine though and any of those builders and probably other independents are possible. I don't have LOA measurements now.We will go back tomorrow with tape measure. What other makers should we be researching? And does anyone have data on models of Gerrish? Sorry all the photos are out of line..I don't know what I did.