American Canoe Association
Sailing Canoes: A Brief History Together with an Outline of Types, Classes, Designs, Specifications and Rules. Published under the auspices of the American Canoe Association. 1935.
American Canoe Association Camp
Thousand Islands Canoe Camp
Canoe Camp in the Thousand Islands
The scene portrayed on this postcard is the American Canoe Association's annual encampment. The boats in the scene are primarily St. Lawrence River skiffs filled with spectators to see the canoe races.
The canoe portrayed on this die-cut tobacco collector's card is the Eclipse, which was owned and sailed by M. V. Brokaw in the 1880s.
American Canoe Association Burgee
This tobacco collector's card features an earlier American Canoe Association decked sailing canoe, along with the ACA burgee.
Kate Vaughan in ACA Colors
Writing on the back of this photograph identifies the canoe sailor as Austin Metze, a member of the Knickerbocker Canoe Club.
This image was made from the original photograph used in the article “Canoeing in America” by Lee J.