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The schooner 'Robert Ingle Carter'
A portrait showing the schooner 'Robert Ingle Carter' in broadside view. She is under full sail in a lively sea and waves can be seen breaking over her deck. She was launched from J.M. Brooks's yard at East Boston Mass in 1891. Her managing owner was Gardiner B. Reynolds and her first Master Miron B. Peak of the Cape Cod town of Barnstaple, Massachusetts. Reynolds was the chief coal merchant in Newport, Rhode Island where the vessel was registered and a pillar of the local Presbyterian church. He had a substantial fleet of eight three and five four-master ships known as the Reynolds Line, all built between 1886 and 1891.
Solon Francis Montecello Badger
- Image reference: BHC3790
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London