The Old Town canoe with serial number 99564 is a 17 foot long, CS (common sense or middle) grade, Otca model with red western cedar planking, open spruce gunwales, a keel, and outside stems. It was built between October, 1928 and April, 1929. The original exterior paint color was auto gray. It shipped on June 22nd, 1929 to Hopatcong, New Jersey. It was damaged and returned on July 3rd, 1929. The repairs required one new rib, 10 feet of planking, and refinishing for a total of $20.80 as shown on the back side of the card. It was then resold and shipped to Auburn, Maine on August 6th, 1929. Scans of both sides of this build record can be found by following the links behind the thumbnail images attached below.
This scan and several hundred thousand others were created with substantial grants from the Wooden Canoe Heritage Association (WCHA) and others. A description of the project to preserve these records is available at http://www.wcha.org/ot_records/
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