A 124’ Gloucester fishing schooner designed by Thomas McManus and built by A.D. Story in 1910 for the Atlantic Maritime Company of Boston. It was a ‘semi-knockabout’ design and was one of the most lucrative vessels in the fleet from 1910 - 1935. This detailed model includes the typical deck arrangement and gear that this fast dory schooner would have employed. It is fitted out with eight detailed billowing paper sails on a starboard tack. Research & plans: by Howard I. Chapelle, Smithsonian Institution.