This photo shows Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks in front of their estate Pickfair, which was located in Beverly Hills, California.
Pearl White stands in what appears to be a Carleton canoe in this postcard published by Pathé Frères Cinema, Ltd. The canoe has heart-shaped decks, closed gunwales, a carry thwart in the bow, and a tag consistent in appearance with that used by Carleton.
Several captions accompany this 1942 photograph of Red Skelton in an Old Town Canoe:
Carla Balenda and Elliott Reid starred in the 1951 film The Whip Hand.
Rudy Vallée poses in a Kennebec canoe at his camp on Kezar Lake, in Maine. The canoe appears to be Kennebec’s invisible sponson model.
This photo was taken in 1937, around the time actress Joan Blondell was cast in the film The Perfect Specimen opposite Errol Flynn (see mo
This photo of movie actress Doris Westonwas taken while she was filming Submarine D-1 in 1937.
In this photo, actress and singer Jeanette MacDonald has apparently been sent adrift (without a paddle) in an Old Town Canoe Company Otca model can
“Jealous?—Who wouldn’t be of George Lott as the net ace canoes with pretty Georgia Coleman, diving champ, at Coral Gables, Fla.?” The capt
Jim Braddock (1905–1974) was the world heavyweight boxing champion 1935–1937. Here is shown paddling an Old Town canoe.