American Legion Weekly September 1924
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.
This postcard shows two ladies in a double-paddle canoe (left), a skin-on-frame canoe/kayak (center) and a transom-sterned rowboat (right).
Let's just say that she has good balance in order to stand in a small, partially decked canoe. The canoe is similar in appearance to a Rushton Vaux Jr. model canoe.
This photograph, dated Sep-9 1927, has the attached caption that reads:
The back of the photo identifies the paddler as Charlotte Green.