..... 72 years of service
Stars racing in Henderson Harbor, probably late 20's or early 30's. Since the 1931 LYRA regatta was held in Henderson Harbor and had a Star fleet, this could be a picture from that regatta.
John Barnes left, with Ethel Celestia Smith Barnes (John's wife), and brother George, Courtesy of Corky Gray, ILCA Historian, from the Skaneateles Historical Society.
- John Barnes designs the HHYC burgee.
- Lime Barrel buoy installed.
- Became inactive during the depression
Dues - $20/season
First budget = $668
Elva Rouse, Birt Tyler, Henry Rouse, circa 1948-9. Picture courtesy of John Treadwell.
Tyler's Pagoda, first club house
Rented by the club for the first few summers
Skipper Barnes on "Mary Otis", 1952, photo courtesy of Harriet Averill
"Themis", Skipper's yawl. Picture is an Averill family photo, courtesy of Tim Lake.
E. Austin Barnes and Charles B. Cooper, friend of Skipper Barnes. Picture is a Marsellus family photo, courtesy of Tim Lake.
Skipper Barnes, Henry Rouse, circa 1948-9. Picture courtesy of John Treadwell.
In the background is the Van Duzer cottage (left), and the Bopp cottage (right). In the foreground are Ann Hartshorn, Tommy Tomlinson and Bantam #15, c 1949. Picture courtesy of Tom Tomlinson.
179 Little Sodus Too John Jones
708 ......................... Harold Ferguson
808 Northlight Frank Bickford
1926 ........................ Jim Seymour
2918 Scatback May Robinson
3417 Hiccup Ann Dulles
4252 Scamper Sandra Hartshorn
Left to Right:
S. Brown Northrop*
Ralph D. Johnson*
Robert Parker in 10707 "Vikingen"
Rick Stevens at the Lightning Triple Crown Regatta, 6/2/1973, HHYC. Picture courtesy of Dan Sanford.
(First Female Commodore)
Dick Swift, John Irwin and helper
Bill Poorman, supervising
“B” string in the background