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A welcome cake for Robert Manry and his ship boat "Tinkerbelle" from the citizens of Falmouth Cornwall. Takne - Aug. 1965

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A welcome cake for Robert Manry and his ship boat "Tinkerbelle" from the citizens of Falmouth Cornwall.

Takne - Aug. 1965
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A welcome cake for Robert Manry and his ship boat "Tinkerbelle" from the citizens of Falmouth Cornwall.

Takne - Aug. 1965
A welcome cake for Robert Manry and his ship boat "Tinkerbelle" from the citizens of Falmouth Cornwall. Takne - Aug. 1965
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A welcome cake for Robert Manry and his ship boat "Tinkerbelle" from the citizens of Falmouth Cornwall. Takne - Aug. 1965 Robert Manry (June 2, 1918 – February 21, 1971) was a copy editor of the Cleveland Plain Dealer who in 1965 sailed from Falmouth, Massachusetts, to Falmouth, Cornwall, England, in a tiny 13.5-foot (4.1 m) sailboat (an Old Town "Whitecap" built by the Old Town Canoe Co. of Old Town, Maine, which he had extensively modified for the voyage) named Tinkerbelle. Beginning on June 1, 1965, and ending on August 17, the voyage lasted 78 days.

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SizeText 9.4" x 7.2"

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