R. & A. JEFFRIES, Delaware Bay oyster schooner:

    half-model at New Jersey HS, 25:46

R. Duncan & Co., Glasgow shipbuilders: 5:76

    see ANNIE M. RIED, ELMHURST, WEATHERSHIELD

R. PEEL:

    mentioned in ledger at Vineland HS, 3:68

R. Thompson & Sons, shipbuilders:

    see JACQUES COUR, 19:99

R. Williamson & Son, British shipbuilders:

    see SILVERCRAG

R.B. FORBES, clipper ship:

    corresponding ventilators, 38:166
    Forbes rig, 6:110
    wooden capstan, 32:98

R.B. FORBES, steam screw tug:

    historical references, 21:15, 25:141

R.C. REIKMARS, 4-m ship:

    model at Seal Rocks exhibit, L1:99

R.C. STONER, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

R.D. RICE:

    historical references, 15:152

R.D. SHEPHARD:

    coppering data, 26:146

R.E. DeRUSSY, snag boat:

    photo, 26:175

R.E. WILSON, ex-MONOCACY, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:91

R.F. HART, schooner:

    Cape Cod wreck, 4:152

R.G. FOLLIS, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92
    mentioned, L3:108

R.P. SMITH, ex-EDGE HILL, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:92

R.R. THOMAS, ship:

    historical references, 6:77

Rabinet, English swivel gun:

    description, L1:151

RACEHORSE, bark:

    Forbes rig, 6:110

RACEHORSE, ex-MARQUIS DE VANDREVIL, British bomb vessel:

    historical references, 30:147

RACER, clipper ship:

    side ventilators, 39:225

RACER, schooner:

    in mortar flotilla at New Orleans, 4:148

RACHAEL, South Carolina Navy sloop:

    historical references, 4:124, 125

RACHEL AND MAUDE:

    in Stebbins photo collection, L3:76

RACHEL EMERY, barkentine:

    built in Waldoboro, ME, 7:174
    in Stebbins photo collection, L3:74, L3:76
    mentioned, L3:139

RACHEL, Colonial vessel:

    historical references, 23:45

RACHEL:

    historical references, L3:160

RACINE, ex-CITY OF TORONTO, Great Lakes vessel:

    mentioned, 17:262, 18:124

RADCLIFFE, British Navy vessel, 1817:

    archeological findings, 37:172

Radeaux:

    see THUNDERER

RADETSKY, frigate:

    model by Hornsby in NRG registry, 4:40, 5:28

RADIANT, clipper ship:

    in Pierce painting, L1:44
    Perley capstan, 32:96
    query on designer, 37:117

RADIANT, windjammer:

    historical references, 9:134

RADNOR, cargo carrier:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

RADUGA, clipper ship:

    pump well, 33:36
    pumps, 33:37-38

Rafts:

    raft ships of 18th-century, 12:41-42

RAIL, US minesweeper:

    historical references, 30:135
    post-WWI sweeping operations, 30:138

RAILLEUSE, French advice brig:

    in Navy list, 28:17

RAINBOW, British frigate:

    color scheme, 37:229
    historical references, 23:59, 61, 62, 64, 24:198, 37:149
    in Holman paintings, 23:60, 63
    mentioned, 23:160, 37:247
    mizzen rig, 37:248

RAINBOW, clipper ship:

    mentioned, 1:43, 49, 5:31, 20:14, 34, 26:62, 27:29, L2:21
    wrecked, L3:23

RAINBOW, iron paddlewheel steamer:

    historical references, 14:98

RAINBOW, racing yacht:

    model at SI mentioned, 12:152
    plans source, 20:101

RAINIER, bark:

    query, L3:55, 69, 81

RAISONABLE, British warship:

    historical references, 37:140, 145-146
    in Serres painting, 37:133
    mentioned, 23:64

RAISONABLE, French ship-of-the-line, 1755:

    in list of 64-gun warships, 28:194

RAJAH WALLEE:

    coppering data, 26:146
    mentioned, 4:115

RAJAH:

    coppering data, 26:146

RAJAK, yacht:

    model by Marlin mentioned, 3:14

RAJDA, ex-NOORD-BRABANT, freighter:

    mentioned, 38:92

RAJORE, ship:

    description, history, 5:74
    figurehead photo, 5:71

RALEIGH, British, ex-Continental frigate:

    historical references, 37:148-150

Raleigh, Charles S., mariner, marine artist:

    painting, whaling bark HUNTER, 35:120
    whaling paintings in book, 20:107

RALEIGH, Continental frigate:

    appearance, 37:228-229
    armament, 22:26
    belaying pins, 31:141, 204, 36:95
    driver and mizzen yard mentioned, 37:144
    first flag-raising, 3:74
    flag, 13:51
    historical references, 8:31, 13:39-41, 57, 25:198, 27:61, 36:20-21, 37:247
    mentioned, 4:68, 13:64, 17:35, 27:103, 36:96, 38:193
    models:
      -at Franklin Institute, 1:1, L2:32
      -at SI, 13:35, 36:19, 95
      -by Davis, 3:12, 43
      -by LeVan in NRG registry, 4:40, 5:28, 6:28
      -by Rowan, L3:42
    partial description of rig, 36:90
    plans at PM, 15:137
    plans in NRG registry, 5:175
    query on plans, 23:158
    spar dimensions, 32:191, 32:194, 36:91-94, 37:116

RALPH M. EATON, schooner:

    Cape Cod wreck, 4:152

RALPH M. HAYWARD, barkentine:

    built in Waldoboro, ME, 7:174

RALPH ROSS, Maine tugboat:

    historical references, 6:77

RAMAPO, US Navy vessel:

    mentioned, L1:108

RAMBLER, clipper ship:

    historical references, 4:62

RAMBLER, Colonial schooner:

    mentioned, 35:103
    sketch from Bowen, 35:104

RAMBLER, privateer:

    historical references, 4:55
    model by Churchill in NRG registry, 4:72, 5:28, 6:28
    model by Schurer, L2:159
    model by Tanner at Bostonian Society, L1:159

RAMBLER, ship:

    coppering data, 26:146

RAMBLER:

    model by Matthews mentioned, 6:10

RAMILIES, British ship-of-the-line:

    historical references, 9:22, 27:63

RAMON DE ZALDO, brig:

    description, 34:75
    plans, 34:66-67

RAMONA, ex-SHILOH, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:91

RAMONA, sloop:

    mentioned, 5:112

RAMPART, US gunboat:

    historical references, L2:98

Rams:

    query on plans, 21:96
    see EDWIN AND MAUD, GRACE G. BENNETT, JENNIE D. BELL, LEVIN J. MARVEL

Randall, Job, Colonial shipbuilder:

    see ADVENTURE

RANDOLPH, Continental frigate:

    appearance, 37:228
    armament, 22:26
    historical references, 5:2, 8:31, 25:198, 27:62, 30:206-207, 31:201, 37:138
    model at Franklin Institute, L2:32
    partial description of rig: 36:90
    plans in NRG registry, 5:175
    spar dimensions, 32:191, 32:194, 36:91, 93

Randolph, Norris, author:

    query on LARCHMONT-KNOWLTON collision, 10:73

Randon, marine artist:

    engraving, lateen barque, 25:179
    engraving, Mediterranean polacre, 25:187

RANEE RICKMERS, German bark:

    record passages, 14:64

RANEE, steamer:

    historical references, 15:14

RANGER, British privateer:

    historical references, 4:127

RANGER, British warship:

    historical references, 27:62

RANGER, Continental sloop-of-war:

    copper sheathing, 4:24
    first flag-raising, 3:74
    historical references, 3:73, 99, 9:28, 13:63, 35:75
    mentioned, 13:61, 23:129
    query on plans, 21:197
    query, 11:93, 129

RANGER, racing yacht:

    model at Franklin Institute, L2:33

RANGER, sloop:

    historical references, 3:48

RANGER, US aircraft carrier:

    historical references, 23:30
    plans at Bath Marine Museum, 24:158

Rantoul, Robert S., author:

    The Cruise of the QUERO, 5:160-165

RAPID TRANSIT, brigantine:

    in Stebbins photo collection, L3:74, L3:76

RAPID, brig:

    model by Rogers in NRG registry, 3:145, 5:28, 6:28

RAPID, British brig-of-war:

    historical references, 39:146

RAPID, British schooner-of-war:

    historical references, 25:204
    plans, 25:208

RAPPAHANNOCK, ship:

    historical references, 5:83, 15:100
    mentioned, 10:98

Rapson slide steering device:

    description and sketches 36:13
    on CONSTELLATION, 36:13
    on CONSTITUTION, 36:13

Rapson, John, inventor:

    Rapson slide steering device, 36:13

RARITAN SUN, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

RARITAN, Fulton steamboat:

    historical references, 33:90
    query on plans, 39:117

RARITAN, US frigate:

    historical references, 20:139

RAS AL ARDH, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

RASSELAS, ship:

    historical references, 4:55

Rathburn, John, Continental Navy captain:

    historical references, 3:99

RATHBURNE, US destroyer:

    historical references, 37:55

Ratliff, Colan D., author, model builder:

    Early Running Square Sails Used by the Navy on Schooners and Sloops, 30:187-200
    model: PROVIDENCE
    speaker at 1983 NRG Conference, 29:218
    speaker at 1988 NRG Conference, 33:107

Ratsey, George, author:

    lines and sail plan of schooner yacht AMERICA, 40:84

RATTLER, British frigate:

    model sought by Nelson's Dockyard, 35:217

RATTLER, clipper ship:

    Reed's steering apparatus, 32:202

RATTLESNAKE, British Navy cutter:

    historical references, 29:173
    mentioned, 38:260
    plans, 29:174-175

RATTLESNAKE, ex-THOMAS L. WRAGG, Confederate cruiser:

    mentioned, 25:41

RATTLESNAKE, Revolutionary War privateer:

    comments on forward gunports, 39:116, 180
    comments on plans, 12:134, 155
    historical references, 12:126, 23:169
    McKinnell model presented to USNAM, 19:249
    mentioned, 17:141, 20:114, 22:106, 23:167, 171, 31:144, 39:3, 127
    models:
      -at SI, 36:19
      -by Benson, 13:106
      -by Brownell, 12:131, 136, 16:199, 40:71
      -by Knorppe, 19:270
      -by Koehler, 20:113
      -by Kononchik, photos, 12:124, 136
      -by McKinnell, photo, 19:249
      -by McDonald, photos, 26:33, 34
      -by Titus, 13:141
      -construction article, 39:4-21
      -kit, 33:218
      -mentioned, 12:132, 33:195
    plans:
      -by Campbell, 12:156-157
      -mentioned, 9:90
      -source, 24:14
    query on color of gun ports, 21:148

RATTLESNAKE, South Carolina Navy schooner:

    historical references, 4:123-126

RATTLESNAKE, US brig-of-war:

    historical references, 23:206, 39:12

RAVEN, brigantine:

    plans in NRG registry, 6:16
    Underhill plans listed, 5:173

RAVEN, British brig-of-war:

    armament, 35:205
    mentioned, 35:195, 196, 206
    query on framing, 8:174

RAVEN, British sloop-of-war:

    historical references, 37:141

RAVEN, cutter/tender:

    historical references, 24:67
    plans, 24:63, 24:64

Ray, David:

    query on slavers' log books, 39:117

Rayborne, Carle, author, model builder:

    query on COUR DE LION, 35:222
    query on whaling bark ORCA, 33:214. 34:50
    shop notes:
      -on copper leafing for hull bottoms, 34:228
      -on deacidifying model rigging, 34:228
      -on neutral pH adhesive for rigging, 34:228

Rayl, Harold F., author:

    answers query on RED JACKET, 3:54
    query on TRES AMIGOS, 8:118
    The Crabtree Models, L2:149-150

RAYMOND T. MAULL, schooner:

    Cape Cod wreck, 4:152

RAYMOND, tugboat:

    historical references, 9:131

Rayner, W. Paul, model builder:

    query on rigging British warship SOVEREIGN OF THE SEAS, 23:44

Raynes, George, shipbuilder:

    see COUR DE LION, SEA SERPENT, WILD PIGEON, WITCH OF THE WAVE

RE DI PORTOGALLO:

    anchors, 33:94

RE d'ITALIA, Italian steam frigate:

    description, 34:113
    plans, 34:108-109
    riding bitts, 35:91, 92, 94

REAL CARLOS, Spanish ship-of-the-line:

    designed by Romero y Landa, 39:113

REALE, French galley:

    carvings mentioned, 37:120
    plans in NRG registry, 6:36

REAPER, 3-m bark:

    in photo list, 5:108

REAPER, brig:

    historical references, 4:54

REAR-ADMIRAL POPOV, ex-KIEV, Russian battleship:

    history, description, photos, drawings, 39:83-97

REBECCA CARUANA, bark:

    model in NRG registry, 6:28

REBECCA CROWELL, bark:

    query, L2:68, 124

REBECCA, 5-m schooner:

    built at Rockland, ME, 7:174

REBECCA, American vessel, ca. 1810:

    mentioned, 19:184

REBECCA, Colonial vessel:

    historical references, 4:53

REBECCA, English merchantman:

    name on stern, 37:225

REBECCA, whaling vessel:

    historical references, 7:7

RECONNAISSANCE, ex-AMERICA, French frigate:

    historical references, 27:190

Record of American and Foreign Shipping, marine register:

    description, history, 35:95
    see American Shipmasters Association

RECORD, ship:

    in list, Nova Scotia-built, 21:122

Recordings, reviews:

    see Reviews, other, recordings

RECOVERY, armed Salem ship:

    print from SI, 9:31

Red Cross line:

    mentioned, L1:50

RED GAUNTLET, clipper ship:

    Allyn's capstan, 32:99
    mentioned, 2:126

RED JACKET, clipper ship:

    historical references, 4:170, 6:80, 24:69-70, 30:154
    launched in 1853, L1:63
    mentioned, 2:126, 3:50, 57, 5:51, 40:181, L1:65, L3:105
    model at PM, 4:132
    model in NRG registry, 6:28
    plans:
      -in list, L2:57
      -in NRG registry, 6:16
      -lines in Chapelle collection, 5:30, 20:33
    queries, 3:39, 54, 4:118, 132, 9:163
    query on deck layout, 21:97
    spar dimensions, 4:48
    TREP analysis, 24:71

RED JACKET, ex-DALBECK, 4-m bark:

    historical references, 17:96-97

RED ROVER, bark:

    opium clipper L1:47

Red Star Line:

    mentioned, 9:56, L1:50

Red Swallow Tail Line:

    mentioned, 9:56

RED WITCH, fictional ship:

    query on motion picture, 39:249

REDBRIDGE, experimental schooner:

    armament, 24:126
    Bentham design, 23:115
    costs, 25:210
    historical references, 24:130, 25:201
    mentioned, 25:25, 26:16
    plans, 25:203

REDFIN, US submarine:

    plans, 16:181

REDFISH, US submarine:

    model by Haynes at MM, photo, 40:236

REDSTONE, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

REDWOOD, ex-DAISY, steamer:

    burned, 9:94

Reed, Jesse, inventor:

    biographical notes, 32:201
    lift pump, 33:35
    steering gear, 32:138, 200, 201, 203, 204, 36:17

Reed, Philip, model builder:

    models: AMERICA, CUTTY SARK

REFLECHI, French ship-of-the-line:

    hull lines, 28:190
    in 1777 and 1783 fleet lists, 25:85
    in list of 64-gun warships, 28:194

REGENIA S., scow schooner:

    mentioned, 27:111, 116, 118, 128
    model by Guzzo wins 1991 MM award, 36:157
    plans mentioned, 27:125
    stern angle mentioned, 27:113

REGENT TIGER, British oil tanker:

    mentioned, 31:163

REGINA MAGNA, ex-BREMEN (V), Greek passenger liner:

    historical references, 31:180

REGINA MARIS, ex-REGINA, barkentine:

    historical references, 15:95, 17:280, 18:48
    in cruise trade, 19:60
    mentioned, 18:120, 291, 26:140

REGINA, schooner:

    historical references, 15:95

Register of Iron and Steel Vessels:

    historical references, 35:96

Registers, marine:

    see Marine registers

Registro Italiano Navale, marine register:

    mentioned, 13:138

REGULUS, ship:

    buried under San Francisco fill, 4:106, 4:107

Reid, C.M., Gloucester shipbuilder:

    see pilot schooner AMERICA

Reidy, Francis J.:

    query on model of 74-gun ship, 24:154-155

Reihersteig H/W, Hamburg shipbuilders:

    see COPERNICUS

REINBEK:

    in photo list, 4:27

REINDEER, clipper ship:

    coppering data, 26:146
    Forbes rig, 6:110
    mentioned, L2:21

REINDEER, privateer brig:

    historical references, 4:55
    query, L1:165

REINDEER, whaling ship:

    Arctic wreck, 7:6
    mentioned, 35:137

REINE MARIE STEWART, 4-m schooner:

    at port of Miami, 19:164, 166

Reisenberg, Capt. Felix, mariner:

    mentioned, L1:109

Reist, John S., model builder:

    query on early 19th-century USN rigging practices, 17:290

Reiter, Edith, author, museum official:

    letters on Marietta, OH, shipbuilding, 1:84, 91

RELIANCE, yacht:

    mentioned, 5:143, L1:75

RELIANCE:

    historical references, 7:50

RELIEF, San Francisco pilot schooner:

    query, 20:156

RELIEF, US hospital ship:

    historical references, 27:179

RELIEF, US Navy storeship:

    historical references, 34:200
    mentioned, 27:106
    performance data, contemporary comments, 27:153

REMEDIOS PASCUAL, ex-STALWART, ship:

    mentioned, 21:122

RENDEZVOUS, brigantine yacht:

    historical references, 15:95

Rennie, John, engineer, inventor:

    steam ladder dredge, 23:190-192

RENOMMEE, French cutter:

    plans, 27:80

RENOMMEE, French East Indiaman:

    deck proportions, 30:140

RENOMMEE, French frigate:

    historical references, 27:188
    mentioned, 26:44, 27:192, 194, 40:117

RENOWN, British cruiser:

    on Antigua stamp, 20:212

RENOWN, British warship:

    historical references, 37:148, 149

Rentschler, Al:

    speaker at 1977 NRG Conference, 23:211

Replica vessels:

    query, L2:113, 124
    see
      AMERICA, BLUENOSE, BOUNTY, CONSTITUTION, CLEARWATER, COLUMBIA, DELIVERANCE, DISCOVERY, FLYING CLOUD, GODSPEED, GOLDEN HIND,
      GUERRIERE, HENRY SCUDDER, LADY WASHINGTON, MARYLAND DOVE, MAYFLOWER, MIDDLESEX, MISSISSIPPI, NIAGARA, NONSUCH, PLYMOUTH,
      PROVIDENCE, ROALD AMUNDSEN, ROSE, SANTA MARIA, SARATOGA, SOHAR, SUSAN CONSTANT, SUSQUEHANNA, SWIFT

REPORTER, clipper ship:

    Allyn's capstan, 32:99
    description, lines, contemporary comments, 20:192-193
    figurehead described, 20:193
    in plans list, L2:57
    lines in Chapelle collection, 5:30, 20:33

REPOSE, ex-MARINE BEAVER, US hospital ship:

    historical references, 38:141
    mentioned, 38:92

REPRISAL, Continental sloop-of-war:

    appearance, 37:227
    figurehead, 37:227
    historical references, 5:1, 34:8

REPUBLIC, Pacific Mail steamer:

    listed in advertisement, 34:114

REPUBLIC, steamship:

    historical references, 8:126

REPUBLICAN, 18th-century merchant ship:

    color scheme, 5:149
    half-model by Orr, 5:147
    mentioned, 40:57, 58

REQUIN, French Navy xebec:

    book subject, 33:104, 186

Research materials:

    18th-century Spanish sources, 39:108-113
    Annual Register of World Events, 33:46
    archives, Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, 33:46
    bibliographical notes by McDonald, 26:177-185, 27:22-31, 71-80
    books as sources, 31:17-26
    Chapman's Architectura Navalis Mercatoria, 33:195
    comments by Fontenoy on primary and secondary sources, 38:123-124
    comments by Ronnberg on primary and secondary sources, 38:187-188
    contemporary newspaper reports, 31:194-203
    Fincham's A Treatise on Masting Ships & Mast Making, 1829, 33:198
    Government photo sources, 26:101
    Lever's The Young Sea Officer's Sheet Anchor, 33:198
    marine engineering and hardware catalogs, 39:29-31
    McKay's The Practical Shipbuilder, 1839, 33:198
    Murphy and Jeffers' Spars and Rigging from Nautical Routine, 33:198
    Naval historical resources in Washington, 38:118-121
    Steel's Elements of Mastmaking, Sailmaking and Rigging, 33:198

Research techniques:

    copying old catalogs, 39:29-31
    for model ship restoration, 12:99-112
    for ship modelers, 12:132-146
    search for MALABAR, 11:75-82

RESERVE, Liverpool vessel, 1688:

    historical references, 34:159

RESHADIEH, Turkish battleship:

    historical references, 15:81, 82

RESOLUTA:

    buried under San Francisco fill, 4:106

RESOLUTE, US revenue cutter:

    mentioned, 23:104
    query, 23:89

RESOLUTION, British research vessel, 1926:

    on Norfolk Island stamp, 18:172, 173

RESOLUTION, ex-DRAKE, British exploration ship:

    historical references, 5:177, 11:6, 11:66, 25:3
    mentioned, 33:54
    on Cook Islands stamp, 15:80, 83
    on Norfolk Island stamp, 18:171, 172
    query on plans, 26:45

RESOLUTION, Maryland armed schooner:

    mentioned, 21:54

RESTAURATIONEN, Norwegian sloop:

    on US stamp 15:170, 172

RESTLESS, sandbagger:

    mentioned, 34:43

RESTLESS, schooner:

    sunk by CSS TALLAHASSEE, 16:72

Reston, Richard W., model builder:

    model: ELSIE

RESTORATION, privateer:

    historical references, 31:196

Restoration, ship model:

    see Model ship restoration

RESULT, steel auxiliary ketch:

    restoration project, 16:40

RETALIATION, US schooner-of-war:

    historical references, 20:135

RETRIEVER, cable ship:

    on Fiji stamp, 18:116
    plans, on stamp album page, 18:116

REVENGE, Continental schooner-of-war:

    armament, L3:152
    captured by British, 31:198
    historical references, 3:113, 115, 23:130
    mainstay mentioned, 35:100
    mentioned, 5:128

REVENGE, English warship:

    book subject, 38:194-195
    mentioned, 27:71
    model by Manning, 3:163
    model in Parker collection, 5:97
    modeling book listed, 27:73
    plans in NRG registry, 6:36
    plans listed, 27:77
    query on colors, 8:118

Revenue cutters, British:

    model in NRG registry, 6:28
    photo, Model No. 29, Rogers Collection at USNAM, 30:189
    plans, 9:119-120
    see ACTIVE, ALERT, BUTTERCUP, CHEERFUL, DILIGENCE, DILIGENT, RATTLESNAKE, SWIFT

Revenue cutters, US:

    history, description, 4:119-122
    models:
      -at MCNY, L2:95
      -by Baker wins 1991 MM award, 36:156-157, 159-160
      -by Baker wins 1995 MM award, 40:64, 66
      -in NRG registry, 6:28
      -of MORRIS mentioned, L3:142
    plans, 600-ton sidewheeler, 34:101
    query on 31-ton class, 35:108
    see
      ACTIVE, ACUSHNET, ALABAMA, ALEXANDER HAMILTON, ARGUS, BIBB, CAPT. LINCOLN, CORWIN, DALLAS, DILIGENCE, EAGLE, FORWARD, GENERAL GREENE,
      GRANT, HARRIET LANE, HUDSON, JEFFERSON, JOE LANE, LEGARE, LOUISIANA, MADISON, MASSACHUSETTS, McCULLOCH, McLANE, MIAMI, MORRIS, NAUGATUCK,
      PICKERING, POLK, RESOLUTE, ROGER B. TANEY, RUSH, SCAMMEL, SOUTH CAROLINA, SPENCER, SURVEYOR, THETIS, VAN BUREN, VIGILANT, VIRGINIA, WALKER, WASHINGTON, WAYANDA, WINDOM, WOODBURY

REVERE:

    coppering data, 26:146

Reviews, book:

    Abell, Sir Westcott, The Shipwright's Trade, 27:42, L3:60
    Academie de Marine, Antwerp, pub., Mededelingen, Books XXII and XXIII, 23:138
    Adamson, Hans Christian, Admiral Thunderbolt, 11:27
    Adlard Coles, publisher, Merchant Ships-World, Built 1955, 7:150
    Adney, Edwin T., and Howard I. Chapelle, The Bark Canoes and Skin Boats of North America, 12:153
    Ahrens, Herman and Wolfgang Bittmeister, Neptune's Wooden Angels-Beautiful Old Figureheads, 11:88
    Akveld, L.M., ed., Proceedings 1987 VIth International Congress of Maritime Museums, 34:233
    Albert, A., ed., Der Historische Schiff als Modell, 32:102
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    Wilmerding, John, A History of American Marine Painting, 16:250-251
    ---, Paintings by Fitz Hugh Lane, 33:216
    Wilmore, C. Ray, Square Rigger Round the Horn, 19:260-261
    Wiltsee, Ernest A., Gold Rush Steamers of the Pacific, 23:138
    Wingate, John, Warship Profile No. 1, HMS DREADNAUGHT, 18:186
    ---, Warship Profile No. 5, HMS CAMPBELLTOWN, 18:187
    Winter, Heinrich, The Catalonian Nao of 1450, 9:167
    Witt, Mario M., A Bibliography of the Works Written and Published by David Steel and his Successors, 39:188
    Wood, Virginia Steele, Live Oaking; Southern Timber for Tall Ships, 29:213-214
    Worcester, G.R.C., The Floating Population of China, 19:65
    ---, The Junks and Sampans of the Yangtze, 19:63
    ---, Sail & Sweep in China, 14:145-146
    WPA Federal Writers' Project, Whaling Masters, 37:183-184
    Zimmerman, G.T., Bronze Age Ships in the Eastern Mediterranean, 18:56
    Zu Mondfeld, Wolfram, Historic Ship Models, 31:143-144

Reviews, other:

    catalog:
      -A.J. Fisher, 5:153
      -Boucher-Lewis Precision Models, Inc., 5:153
      -Holborn Drawing and Tracing Co., Plans
      -Harold A. Underhill, 5:173-174
      -James Bliss and Co., Inc., 5:153
      -Marine Model Company, 5:153
      -Model Shipways, 5:153
      -Model Shipways, 1950 edition, L2:145
      -Taubman Plans Service International, 1991/92 edition, 36:166-167
    model kit:
      -Bluejacket's revised CONSTITUTION, 33:101-102
      -Colonial Schooners, Tulsa, OK, SIR EDWARD HAWKE model kit, 35:225
      -Model Expo's FAIR AMERICAN, 33:101-102
      -Model Shipways kit, BENJAMIN W. LATHAM, L2:35
    pamphlet:
      -Mills, William N., History and Restoration of the Ship BALCLUTHA, 8:25
      -US Govt. Printing Office, Boats of the United States Navy, 8:25
    periodicals:
      -Classic Boat Monthly, 19:91
      -Model Shipwright, 19:259
      -Ocean Engineering, 15:173
      -Scale Ship Modeler, 24:101
      -The Compleat Modellist, 3:24
      -The Egregious Steamboat Journal, 37:184
      -The Professional Mariner, 39:250
      -Warship, 23:43
      -WoodenBoat, 24:102
    plans:
      -Boudriot, Jean, BONHOMME RICHARD, 33:103-104
      -De Fur, Paul, draftsman, Monterey fishing boat WETTON, 1923, 39:125-126
      -Hoffman, Howard P., Continetal gondola PHILADELPHIA, 29:159
      -Model Shipways' clipper FLYING FISH, 6:40-43, 20:28-32
      -Nye, Willis L., USCG cutter TANEY, 5:188
      -Ronnberg, Erik A.R., Jr., pilot schooner HESPER of 40:57-58
      -Sea Gull Plans, 5:109
      -Tri-Coastal Marine, Inc. and Bill Doll, scow schooner ALMA, 1891 39:125-126
      -TriCoastal Marine, Inc. and Harland Gates, steam schooner WAPAMA 39:125-126
    product:
      -Mac's Mighty Mats-power drive upgrade for Unimats, 37:119-120
      -Preac Tool Co., Inc., auxiliary tilting table, 36:106-107
      -Preac Tool Co., Inc., micro-precision table saw, 35:55-56
      -Preac Tool Co., Inc., micro-precision thickness sander, 39:62
    recording:
      -Robinson, Capt. Leighton, American Sea Songs and Shanties, 5:114
    videotape:
      -Mariners' Museum, The Art of the Ship Modeler, 40:242
      -S.S. WISCONSIN: Shipwrecked Vessel, 36:107

REVOLUTION, French bomb vessel:

    historical references, 29:210

REVOLUTIONAIRE, French frigate:

    historical references, 9:90

REX, Italian passenger liner:

    historical references, 31:175

REYGHER, Dutch flute:

    on South Africa stamp, 15:131
    plans, on stamp album page, 15:131

REYNA LUISA, Spanish ship-of-the-line:

    designed by Romero y Landa, 39:113

Reynolds, H.L.C.:

    query on JERSEY, 25:155

Rhines, Thomas C., author, model builder:

    on Viking Ship Museum, 19:250
    query on NONSUCH, 19:94
    query on Yassi Ada ship, 19:94
    reviews book, A History of Seafaring Based on Underwater Archaeology, 20:157

RHINOCEROS, French warship:

    historical references, 26:26-27

Rhode Island Mariner, nautical publication:

    plans for JOHN GILPIN, 4:75

Rhode Island Ship Model Society:

    mentioned, 16:199

RHODE ISLAND, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

RHODE ISLAND, US warship:

    historical references, 6:80

Rhodes, Philip, yacht designer:

    see SEAWITCH

RHODES, Revolutionary War privateer:

    model mentioned, 24:45

RHONE, 4-m bark:

    historical references, 18:255

RIACHUELO, Brazilian warship:

    mentioned, 36:131

RIALTO, San Francisco, CA, pilot schooner:

    query, 20:156

RICART de SOLER, Chilean ship:

    historical references, 9:44

Rice Brosthers Corp., Maine shipbuilders:

    USCG cutters CG-170 through CG-179, 8:122, 125

Rice, Fred S., author, model builder:

    A Reminiscence of the Frigate CONSTELLATION, L1:166-167
    answers query on clump blocks, 18:103
    answers query on making steam box, 4:178
    drawings, Spanish 24-pounders, 19:196
    letter on San Francisco scow schooners, 1:10
    model: CONSTITUTION
    on Spanish guns at Fort Lewis, WA, 19:195
    queries:
      -on "billy boy," L2:109
      -on GOLDEN HIND, 4:177, 5:80
      -on PREUSSEN, L2:109
      -on Rickmers Line, L2:109
    shop notes:
      -on making quarter galleries, 4:22-23
      -on rigging cordage, L1:58
      -on stropping model deadeyes, 13:104

RICH MOUNTAIN, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

Rich, Edwin N., author, model builder:

    answers queries:
      -on bibiliography for ships' guns, 5:112
      -on CHESAPEAKE, L2:107
      -on GENERAL ARMSTRONG, 11:20-21, 11:128-129
      -on SEA LARK and FLYING FISH gun ports, 12:28
    comments:
      -on SOVEREIGN OF THE SEAS' guns, 11:59
      -on old cannon, 3:87, 3:88
      -on English Naval swivel gun, 6:31
    Hot Shot, 17:252-254
    Location of Trunnions on the MAYFLOWER's Guns, 2:8-9
    Massachusetts State Seals, Foundries, Cannon, 5:85-93
    queries:
      -on British fleet at Lake Champlain, 10:34
      -on cannon "neck rings," L2:148
      -on cannon markings, 7:64
      -on Cyrus Stocker's mortar, L2:139
      -on GRIFFON, L2:160
      -on gun carriages, L1:143
      -on Lake Champlain colonial and Revolutionary War fleets, 9:163
      -on old cannon with Massachuestts coat of arms, 4:173
      -on village cannon, 3:51
    reviews books:
      -Artillery Through the Ages, L3:39
      -Ships and How to Draw Them, L3:55
      -The Sailing Ship, 3:21
      -The Shape of Ships, 3:21
      -The Wonderful Story of the Sea, 3:21
      -Masting and Rigging the Clipper Ship and Ocean Carrier, L2:156
      -Round Shot to Rockets, L2:157
      -Ship Modeling Hints and Tips, L2:157
      -The Navy of Britain, L2:157
      -on gunboats CONSTITUTION and PHILADELPHIA, L2:120
    Rockets and Bombs, with Harold I. Lessem, 1:125-133
    Sailors Graveyard: Cape Cod and Some of Its Shipwrecks, 4:151-154
    shop note, sketch on tracing light box, 5:144
    The Humane Society of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, L3:20-22
    The MAYFLOWER's Guns, L2:17-19
    The Sizes of Gun Tackles and Breechings, 12:14-17

Rich, S.N., author:

    on CONSTELLATION's figurehead, L2:36

RICHARD BULKELEY, US Navy trawler:

    post-WWI sweeping operations, 30:139

RICHARD D. LORE, South Jersey oystering vessel:

    query, 3:133

RICHARD F.C. HARTLY, 3-m schooner:

    historical references, 12:30

RICHARD HENRY DANA, ex-ARTHUR J. LYNN, Grand Banks schooner:

    at HLSS, 16:70

RICHARD K. FOX, schooner:

    Cape Cod wreck, 4:152

RICHARD ROBBINS, schooner:

    historical references, 16:67

RICHARD, sloop:

    model by Ashley at PM, L1:117

Richards and Winsor, inventors:

    windlass improvements, 33:192

RICHARDS, brig:

    sunk by CSS TALLAHASSEE, 16:72

Richards, John L., shipbuilder:

    see WILLIAM F. BURDEN

Richardson & Subbs, designers:

    see DAVID TORREY

Richardson, Dr. Horace K., author, model builder:

    Chronological History of Shipbuilding in the New World, 8:100-113
    letter on models, 3:22
    Medford-Built Ships, 4:49-70
    models: ATLANTIC, BENJAMIN F. PACKARD, CHARLES W. MORGAN, NIAGARA
    on development of map making, 4:172
    query on BENJAMIN F. PACKARD, 3:80, 96, 106
    reviews book, Instruction Nauthica, 7:184

Richardson, Duck & Co., British shipbuilders:

    historical references, 7:52
    see INDORE

Richardson, James B., Chesapeake Bay shipbuilder:

    historical references, 15148, 38:211

Richardson, L.W., author:

    answers queries:
      -on ROANOKE, 9:164
      -on SHENANDOAH, 9:164
      -on SUCCESS, 9:163, 164
    The Ships of Perry's Fleet, 8:60-67

Richardson, Nathan, inventor, manufacturer:

    steering gear, 39:26

Richardson, R., ship carver:

    historical references, 4:64

RICHELIEU, French battleship:

    historical references, 15:129

RICHIBUETO, Aberdeen Line vessel:

    listed in company history, 5:17

Richmond Ship Model Society:

    10th anniversary dinner, 10:41
    1955 exhibit, 7:68
    exhibit at MM, 10:80
    marks 20th anniversary, 15:137
    meeting reports, 8:56
    meets with Hampton Roads and Washington groups, 19:178
    mentioned, 7:32
    on roster of societies, 16:75, 22:46
    reports, 7:154, 12:139, 16:48, 247, 17:182, 18:62, 130, 216, 281, 19:89

RICHMOND, British warship:

    historical references, 37:137, 138, 148, 150

Richmond, Charles B., author, model builder:

    query on first West Coast Spanish ships, 20:155, 22:154
    United States Frigate SAVANNAH, 20:138-144

Richmond, Dean T., author, model builder:

    Modeling a THISTLE Class Racing Sloop, 28:55-59

Richmond, Dean, model builder:

    models: yachts AYESHA and UNITE

RICHMOND, Hudson River steamer:

    query, 10:74

RICHMOND, steam ferryboat:

    query, 38:57, 130

RICKMER RICKMERS, German bark:

    historical references, 15:95

Rickmers Line, shipping company:

    query, L2:109, 124

Riddell, Norman:

    answers query on hulk in Detroit River, L3:119

RIDGEFIELD, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

Ridgway, Johnnie T., author, model builder:

    speaker at 1989 NRG Conference, 34:166

RIENZI, schooner:

    historical references, 3:154

Ries, Ken, author, photographer, model builder:

    letter hails Gallery of Ships at USNAM, 39:247
    on evaluating and appraising models, 19:193
    RUTH: A Model of a Danish Herring Boat, 36:42-44

RIEUSE, barque longue:

    in list, 27:98

RIGA:

    coppering data, 26:146

Rigging:

    19th-century American merchant ships, 36:149-154
    bark, sail plan with index, 25:192-193
    belaying:
      -pin positions, early 19th-century-plans, photos of model, 31:136-141
      - pin positions, comments by McCaffery, 31:204
      -French warship, ca. 1835, 10:87-96, 119
    blocks:
      -from MARY ROSE, 30:30
      -general rule, 7:141, 20:51
      -proportions, 15:116-118
      -US Navy table, 7:142, 20:52
    brig rig, drawing, 25:90
    bunt gaskets, sketches, 15:69-70
    bunt whips and bunt jiggers, 15:68-69
    chain cables, 24:195
    clew jiggers and clewropes, 11:90-91, 15:67-68
    clump blocks, plans, 18:284
    clump blocks, query, 17:204, 18:49, 102-105, 215, 283-284
    Colonial schooners, 32:30-36
    comments by Edson on earliest appearances of dolphin striker, 31:68-70
    correspondence on HANCOCK's mizzen mast setup, 37:244-249
    deadeyes:
      -13:104, 19:256, 26:120
      -from MARY ROSE, 30:30
      -from Bremen cog, photo, 39:236
    drawings:
      -from Marine Dictionary, 1702, 13:76
      -from Van Yk book, 13:72
      -cutter rig, 25:26
      -sloop rig, 25:27
    foot ropes, 11:126
    Forbes rig, 3:80, 95, 6:106-107, 109-110
    German practices, 1705, 18:188-201
    Howes rig, 3:80, 95
    index, drawing of 17th-century northern European warship, 29:141-143
    jack stays, query, 3:23
    lateen barque-description, plans, drawings, 25:175-190
    leechlines on single topsails, 11:90
    list, drawing from Seaman's Grammar, 1691, 13:73-77, 92
    luggers, 9:7-13, 70-81
    note on fishing schooners, L1:97
    on THOMAS W. LAWSON, 5:94-95
    plans, tables-merchant schooner, ca. 1835, 33:198-203
    plates from le Comte's Prakticale Zeevaartunde, 20:170-182, 21:29-35, 91-94, 125-132, 22:41-45, 124-129, 167-172, 23:32-39, 78-84 , 139-144, 196-201, 24:36-42, 85-93, 137-143, 185-191, 25:25-32, 91-97, 126-130
    queries:
      -on fishing schooner rigging, L2:5
      -on gaff topsail, L3:154
      -on lead of topsail braces, L3:117
      -on ranterpike rig, L3:154
      -on ratlines and swifters: L3:145
      -on rule for belaying pin sizes, L1:72
      -on sheer pole, L3:145
      -on size of belaying pins, L1:30
      -on sliding skysail pole, 7:180
      -on square belaying pins, 12:147
      -on tar, 18:127
      -on turning in deadeyes on cutters, 19:255-256
    ratlines, 11:125
    reprint from Steel on block-making, 13:77-91
    rigging loft work, 2:52-53
    rope-history, manufacture, tables, 7:134-144, 20:45-54
    running lines defined, 4:185
    running square sail, 14:120-129, 15:164-166, 30:187-200
    schooner sail plan with index, 26:206-207
    scow schooners, 12:118-121, 20:62-64
    sheerpoles, query, 3:80
    sizes, 1618-1640, 11:39-41, 20:57-59
    skipjack rig, L1:52
    stays on THOMAS W. LAWSON, 5:82
    Studdingsail boom jiggers and tricing lines, 15:66-67
    table of cordage and block sizes from Davis, 31:22
    tables, sketches-New York Marine Register standard, 1858, 34:220-224
    tackles, sketches, 32:205
    tiller tackle, 15:70
    topsail schooner, ca. 1846, sketch, 24:185
    treatment formulae, L2:154
    US Navy rigging tables, 1826, 14:146-158
    weight table, hemp and manila rope, 37:113

Rijk, J.C., marine artist:

    watercolor drawing of Dutch gaff gunboat, 17:121

Rijkee, & Co., Dutch shipbuilders:

    see EVERSTEN

Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam:

    model of DEN ARY, 37:209
    model of gaff gunboat, photo, 16:12

Riley, Wilmer W., model builder:

    query on rigging MAYFLOWER model, 27:44

Ring, Eldridge E., model builder:

    models: British frigate, FAIR AMERICAN, GJ™A

RINGLEADER, clipper ship:

    historical references, 4:59, 62, 14:63

RIO DE JANEIRO, passenger/cargo ship:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91
    mentioned, 38:97

RIO DE LA PLATA, passenger/cargo ship:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91
    mentioned, 38:97

RIO DESEADO, Argentine Lines motor vessel:

    mentioned, 25:159

RIO HUDSON, passenger/cargo ship:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91
    mentioned, 38:97

RIO PARANA, passenger/cargo ship:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91
    mentioned, 38:97

Ripley, Don W., author, model builder:

    model: BOUNTY

RIPPLE, steam trawler:

    ballasting, 40:214-215
    built by Fore River Ship & Engine Company, 39:203
    dimensions, 39:203
    fish hold calculations, 40:213
    fittings and machinery, 40:162
    in class list, 39:205
    lifeboats, 40:205
    machinery plans, 40:160
    mentioned, 40:34, 159, 161
    photo list, 40:220-221
    photos, 39:205
    plan sources, 40:219
    plans mentioned, 40:96

RIPPLING WAVE, ex-ORISSA, schooner:

    photo, preserved portion, 17:278

RISING STATES:

    model at PM mentioned, 4:22

RITA, Danish royal yacht:

    on Denmark stamp, 15:170, 171

RIVADAVIA, ex-KAROO, ship:

    mentioned, 21:122

RIVAL, clipper ship:

    historical references, 4:62

RIVAL, schooner:

    Cape Cod wreck, 4:152

RIVER MILLS, Ohio & Erie canal boat:

    mentioned, 17:288

River Museum, Marietta, OH:

    comments on collection, L2:162
    history, description, L1:184-185
    mentioned, 1:84

RIVER QUEEN, paddlewheel steamer:

    historical references, 20:119

Riverboats:

    historical notes on steam engines 36:36-38
    see ALECK SCOTT, ECLIPSE, MYRTLE COREY, NEBRASKA
    see Mackinaw boats

RIVERDALE, British windjammer:

    historical references, 17:279, 18:51
    mentioned, 17:184

RIVERING, steamer:

    salvage effort mentioned, 12:117

RIVERSDALE:

    billet for Conrad as second mate, 2:48

RIVERSIDE, Maine scow sloop:

    historical references, 2:11

RIVERSIDE, steam schooner:

    historical references, 38:56

RIVERSIDE, steamer:

    wrecked 9:94

ROALD AMUNDSEN, replica Viking ship:

    on US stamp 15:170, 172

ROANOKE, 4-m bark:

    historical references, 5:83, 120, 121, 9:134
    mentioned, 10:98, L3:116
    model at SCI, L1:119
    photo, ready for launching, 26:141
    query, 9:55, 112, 113, 164

ROANOKE, passenger steamer:

    mentioned, 38:56

ROANOKE, schooner:

    historical references, 3:153

ROANOKE, US cruiser:

    mentioned, 5:52, 21:47

ROANOKE, US monitor:

    historical references, 18:4
    in class listing, 18:7
    mentioned, 20:154

ROARING BESSIE, Block Island boat:

    mentioned, 19:3

ROB PULSFORD:

    coppering data, 26:146

ROBBIE HUNTER, San Francisco, CA, scow schooner:

    historical references, 27:113, 118
    mentioned, 27:116
    model construction article, 27:111-131
    photos, 27:112, 119, 124
    plans in HAMMS collection at SI, 5:117

ROBERT AND ALICE, Colonial vessel, ca. 1738:

    query, 40:113

ROBERT B. SMITH, schooner:

    Cape Cod wreck, 4:152

ROBERT C. TUTTLE, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91
    mentioned, 38:97

ROBERT E. HOPKINS, ex-CAMP CHARLOTTE, tanker:

    mentioned, 38:92

ROBERT E. LEE, Boston, MA, steamer:

    mentioned, L1:116

ROBERT E. LEE, Confederate blockade runner:

    query, 24:200

ROBERT F. STOCKTON, steam screw tug:

    description, historical references, 25:141

ROBERT FULTON, packet ship:

    crew complement, 6:106

ROBERT H. COLLEY, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

ROBERT HALE, ship:

    built at Marietta, OH, 1:85, 90
    description, 1:88

ROBERT MacLEOD:

    model in NRG registry, 6:28

ROBERT McCLINTOCK, ex-WILLIAM F. BURDEN, schooner:

    history, description, plans, 20:167-169

ROBERT S. BRADLEY, Boston, MA, tugboat:

    historical references, 8:119

ROBERT S. PORTER, brig:

    figurehead, photo, 18:86

ROBERT SUDDEN, barkentine:

    record passages, 14:66

ROBERT WILTSIE, Hudson River sloop:

    plans mentioned, 14:135

ROBERT, bark:

    Perley-type capstan, 32:97

ROBERT, brig:

    query, 4:117

ROBERTA, Great Lakes steamboat:

    historical references, 6:78

Roberts, Arthur C., model builder:

    query on KEARSAGE, 37:61

Roberts, David H., author, editor:

    edits passenger log of E. Wynne Morris, 30:23
    on usage of term "strake," 30:145
    translates articles by Boudriot, 37:16

Roberts, Jim, author, model builder:

    answers query on AMERIGO VESPUCCI, 36:226
    answers query on Bristol pilot cutters, 36:226

Roberts, Philip, model builder:

    queries on rigging, 24:44

Roberts, Richard L., model builder:

    model: CONSTITUTION

Roberts, Walker, author, model builder:

    Filing Your Research Data by Computer, 37:92-95
    shop note on taking lines from half-models, 40:249-250
    with Gary A. Emery, "Using Computers for Nautical Research: Two Approaches, 37:90-95

ROBIN HOOD, clipper ship:

    copper sheathing, 4:24
    coppering data, 26:146, 147
    figurehead, 4:65
    historical references, 4:60, 62, 63
    query on designer, 37:118

ROBIN, US minesweeper:

    post-WWI sweeping operations, 30:138

Robinson, Alfred, marine artist:

    painting of ship BROOKLINE mentioned, L2:120

Robinson, Capt. Leighton, author, mariner:

    answers query on REBECCA CROWELL, L2:124
    letter on putting the MELANOPE about, L3:84
    newspaper profile, L3:103-104
    obituary, 8:13
    on speed of clipper ships, L2:3
    photo, 8:12
    shop note on wire shrouds, yard bands, 4:43
    source for chantey, 1:50
    Way Astern, 2:50-51

Robinson, Dr. Douglas H., author, model builder:

    answers query on GOLDEN HIND, 5:80
    answers query on term "frigate," 6:14
    letter on clipper ship plans, 10:70
    letter on model for projected 74-gun Continental warship, 6:92
    models: DILIGENCE, GRAMPUS, SWORDFISH
    query on Barclay & Livingston house flag, 5:17-34
    The Continental Frigate CONFEDERACY, 8:31-46

Robinson, George and Ezra, inventors:

    patent steering system, 32:140, 199

Robinson, Guin:

    score for chantey, 1:50

Robinson, Isaiah, Continental Navy captain:

    first flag-raising, 3:74
    historical references, 3:73

Robinson, Warren, inventor:

    improved side ventilators-description, patent drawings, 39:227-229

Robotti, Frances Diane, author:

    on whaling, 4:3:5
    reviews book, Captain Moses Rich Colman, 3:55-56
    reviews book, Commerce and Conquest in East Africa, 3:36
    Some Colossal Facts About a Colossal Fellow, 4:3
    The U.S. Frigate ESSEX, 8:153-168, 9:13-26, 48-51
    Whalers as Explorers and Discoverers in the Pacific, 7:23-25

ROBT. E. LEE, paddlewheel steamer:

    in Currier & Ives print, 3:147
    mentioned, 4:18
    models:
      -by Churchill in NRG registry, 4:72, 5:28, 6:28
      -by Fryant mentioned, 27:214
      -by Law mentioned, L3:42
      -by Shank mentioned, 4:18
      -by Weith mentioned, 13:141
      -kits mentioned, 9:158, 21:173

ROBUSTE, French East Indiaman:

    deck proportions, 30:140

ROBUSTE, French ship-of-the-line:

    dimensions, historical references, 28:64
    in 1777 and 1783 fleet lists, 25:85

ROCHALL:

    coppering data, 26:146

ROCHAMBEAU, ex-DUNDERBERG, French ironclad ram:

    mentioned, 34:111

ROCHBURGH CASTLE, Blackwall frigate:

    lines in Chapelle's collection, 4:100

ROCHE JACQUELINE, 3-m bark:

    historical references, 4:75
    in photo list, 5:108

ROCHELAISE II, barque longue:

    in list, 27:98

ROCHELAISE, ex-MIGNONNE, barque longue:

    in list, 27:98

ROCHESTER, ex-SARATOGA, US cruiser:

    historical references, 8:115

ROCK CITY, ship:

    built by McKay & Warner, 21:121
    listed with figurehead, 18:80

ROCK TERRACE, ship:

    historical references, 14:20
    in list, New Brunswick-built, 21:122

Rocket vessels:

    see EREBUS
    sketches, 1:127

ROCKET:

    mentioned, 4:115

Rockets:

    description, history, 1:125-133
    drawings, 12:55

RODERICK DHU, bark:

    historical references, 4:73
    record passages, 14:68

Rodgers, John, US Navy captain:

    historical references, 8:168, 9:22, L1:34, L2:29
    letter on cruise of PRESIDENT, L1:23-27

Rodman gun:

    description, L1:151

RODNEY, Devitt & Moore liner:

    accommodations, 13:16

RODOLPH FREDERICK, ship:

    historical references, 3:153

ROEBUCK, British frigate:

    description, dimensions, 11:22-23
    historical references, 34:8, 35:75, 37:146, 148, 150, 226-227, L2:82
    mentioned, 33:103, 35:78
    model by Hahn, 33:127, 135
    topic at 1983 NRG Conference, 29:218

ROEBUCK, clipper ship:

    mentioned, 4:115
    query on designer, 37:117

ROEBUCK, English warship, 1636:

    standing rigging sizes, 11:39, 20:57

ROEPAT, EX-DRENTHE, freighter:

    mentioned, 38:92

ROGER B. TANEY, US revenue cutter:

    models:
      -by Sample mentioned, 13:107
      -by Strong mentioned, 3:131
      -by Williams in NRG registry, 4:40, 161, 5:28, 6:28
      -kits, 9:158, 16:249, L2:145

ROGER WILLIAMS, Hudson River steamer:

    query, 10:74

Rogers, Asa, North River shipbuilder:

    see PACIFIC TRADER

Rogers, Bryant K., model builder:

    biographical notes, 40:76
    with Snow, models of COLUMBIA and SAVANNAH at Addison Gallery, 40:76

Rogers, Capt. L.S.:

    obituary, 18:62

Rogers, E. & H., Medford, MA, shipbuilders:

    historical references, 4:50

Rogers, E.I., artist:

    sheathing diagram for GRAMPUS, 32:158
    sketches, GRAMPUS laboratory and equipment, 32:157

Rogers, Henry Huddleston, collector:

    model collection at USNAM, 31:206-211, 39:247

Rogers, Henry McKay, author:

    reviews book, Sails of the Maritimes, 12:19-20

Rogers, Kendall:

    query on early American bronze artillery, 10:73, 97-98
    query on MAJOR ROGERS, 11:93, 129
    query on RANGER, 11:93, 129

Rogers, L.S., model builder:

    models: RAPID, BUFFALO, CITY OF ADELAIDE, GEOGRAPHE INVESTIGATOR, HEEMSKERK, LIGHTNING, ORIENT, RAPID, TORRENS

Rogers, Luther, North River shipbuilder:

    see PICO

Rogers, Richard S., model builder:

    query on NORSKE LOVE, 22:49

Rogers, Roy, author, artist, model builder:

    comments on SEA WITCH belaying plan, 5:158
    drawings:
      -glass case for small models, 8:172
      -plank-on-frame hull construction, 6:96-99, 20:36-40
      -table saw miter jig, 8:172
    letter urging more reprinted articles, 7:33
    queries:
      -on 17th-century ships' ladders, 10:97
      -on Ashley's model plans, 10:97
      -on curved deck planking, 3:106, 121, 133
      -on Dawson print, Chasing the Smuggler, 9:56
      -on model hull construction terminology, 8:26
      -on plans for SHENANDOAH, 10:74
    reviews books:
      -America in the Antarctic, 10:137
      -Destroyer Squadron 23, 11:25-26
      -George Washington's Navy, 11:62-63
      -Give Me a Ship to Sail, 10:102-104
      -Most Dangerous Sea, 11:26-27
      -Sailing Around the World, 11:87
      -The CUTTY SARK, 10:105
      -The Discovery of the World, 11:86-87
      -The Ice Was All Between, 10:136-137
      -The National Watercraft Collection, 11:131-132
    shop notes:
      -model maker's thickness planer, 6:4-6
      -model maker's tool box, 7:124-127
      -scale timbering jig, 4:140-141
      -stand for miniature models, 9:2-4
    sketches for model dory construction, 10:2
    The Lithographs of John A. Noble, 3:127-128

Rogers, Roy, NRG official:

    editor of Journal, 10:79
    Editorials, 10:85-86, 121-122, 11:5-6, 37-38, 73-74, 109-110, 12:5-6
    obituary, 18:207

Rogers, William, Maine shipbuilder:

    on 19th-century methods, 3:15-16

Roland Line, shipping company:

    historical references, 31:170

ROLAND VON BREMEN, yawl:

    model at MCNY, L2:95

ROLAND, French ship-of-the-line:

    in 1777 fleet list, 25:85
    lost 1779, 25:84

ROLF:

    in photo list, 4:27

Roll, Heinz E., model builder:

    query on ESPA„OLA, 36:104

ROLLAND, French ship-of-the-line, 1770:

    in list of 64-gun warships, 28:194

ROLLO, British privateer:

    mentioned, 29:94

Rolph Ship Bldg.:

    see GEORGE W. ELZEY

ROLPH, barkentine:

    in photo list, 5:108

Roman merchant ship, ca. ad 50:

    photo, model by Crabtree, 39:198

ROMAN, Warren Line 4-master:

    historical references, 10:50

ROMAN, whaling bark:

    Arctic wreck, 7:6

ROMANCE OF THE SEAS, clipper ship:

    half-hull model at MFA, 9:101
    launched in 1853, L1:63
    lines in Chapelle collection, 5:30, 20:33
    record passages, 14:65

ROMANCE, ex-GRETHE, brigantine:

    historical references, 15:95

ROMANIA, bark:

    historical references, photo, 34:151

ROMANIC, White Star liner:

    mentioned, L1:144

ROMANO, bark:

    at San Francisco in 1849, 3:77

ROMANOFF, Norwegian vessel:

    query, 6:79

ROME SOCONY, motor barge:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

ROME, ship, 1836:

    mate wins suit against captain, 24:145

ROME, ship:

    historical references, L3:155

Romero y Landa, Don Jos‚, designer, shipbuilder:

    see
      CONDE DE REGLA, CONQUISTADOR, EUROPA, INTREPIDO, MAHONESA, MEJICANO, MONARCA, PELAYO, PERLA, PRINCIPE DE ASTURIAS, RAYNA LUISA,
      REAL CARLOS, SALVADOR DEL MUNDO, SAN FRANCISCO DE PAULA, SAN FULGENCIO, SAN ILDEFONSO, SAN LEANDRO, SAN PEDRO ALCANTARA, SAN TELMO, SANTA ANA, SOLEDAD

ROMNEY, British warship:

    paint scheme, 37:161

ROMO, ex-ESTRELLA POLAR, 3-m topsail schooner:

    historical references, 18:48

Romoniak, Richard, model builder:

    model: PHENIX

ROMP, Grand Banks schooner:

    contemporary comments, 29:94

ROMULUS, British warship:

    historical references, 37:148, 149

RONA, British training ketch:

    see London Sailing Project

RONA, ex-POLLY WOODSIDE, coal hulk:

    historical references, 15:95

RONALD, ship:

    at San Francisco in 1849, 3:77

RONDO, ex-GELDERLAND, freighter:

    mentioned, 38:92

Ronnberg, Erik A.R., (Sr.), model builder:

    models: clipper FLYING FISH, Baltimore clipper, NEWSBOY, clipper SWORDFISH
    obituary, 33:58

Ronnberg, Erik A.R., Jr., author, photographer, model builder:

    A Model of an English Brig of War, 35:195-206
    A Model of the Ship CAROLINA, 1670, 19:77-80
    answers queries:
      -on Army tugboat ST695, 34:226
      -on Dutch warships, 37:118
      -on ENDURANCE, 37:117
      -on Friendship sloop details, 34:226, 227
      -on Hudson River sloop plans, 15:184
      -on MARY GALLEY, 37:62
      -on plans source for SANTISIMA TRINIDAD, 37:118
      -on SMUGGLER, 34:167
      -on Van de Velde painting of SOVEREIGN OF THE SEAS, 34:167
      -on WASP's belaying points, 34:166
      -on whole molding process of boatbuilding, 35:109
    appointed editor of American Neptune, 28:45
    appreciation for service to NRG, 37:243
    Boston Pilot Canoes Revisited, 39:162-167
    Building a Whaleship on the Kennebec-Design and Construction Aspects of Ship HUNTER, 35:125-138
    comments:
      -on FAIR AMERICAN model at USNAM, 31:30
      -on Clarke's Seaman's Manual, 36:148
      -on GRAMPUS construction report, 32:182-190
      -on McDonald's article "Piracy in the High C's," 29:50-51
      -on rigging of CHALEUR model, 35:101-105
      -on Davis's LEXINGTON reconstruction, 26:155
      -on coins in the mast-step, 16:247
      -on FLYING FISH reconstruction, 27:204-205
      -on Marestier's Baltimore Clipper Plan, Hull No. 6, 29:90, 133-135
      -on old furniture, doors as wood sources, 36:106
      -on place name "Schoone Haven" and origins of "schooner," 26:43
      -on Pook's "Mould Loft Directions," 35:147
      -on position of carlings and ledges, 35:99
      -on primary and secondary research sources, 38:187-188
      -on time for modeling, 35:220-221
      -on whaling brig KATE CORY, 18:54-55
    Copper Sheathing of Whaleships, 20:183-185
    edits: "Letters of Lewis H. Story to John M. Minuse, 1932-1947," 29:3-24
    edits: "USS MAINE (1887-1898) in Contemporary Plans, Descriptions , and Photographs," 36:131-147
    EVELINA M. GOULART: Swordfishing Schooner, Dragger, Museum Ship, 38:98-117
    Fishing Schooner ELSIE, 1910: Research and Plans for Ship Model Construction, 32:77-93, 115-136, 171-181, 33:138-149, 182-190, 34:14-31
    HESPER of Boston, 1884: Recent Research, New Plans, and a Model. 38:235-252, 39:22-32, 68-82
    Landmark Nautical Archeology Reviewed-The Fourteenth-Century Bremen Cog, 39:230-237
    models: Colonial ketch ADVENTURE, ALBERT BALDWIN, AMY KNIGHT, ARETHUSA, CAROLINA, Colonial bark, COMET, ELSIE, pinky ESSEX, HARRY L . BELDEN, HESPER, KATE CORY, packet sloop MAYFLOWER, racing yacht, SURF, THOMAS A. CROMWELL, VALERIAN
    note from New Bedford Whaling Museum, 17:120
    Notes on Four Models, 20:146, 20:147, 20:148
    obituary of Charles F. Sayle, 39:117
    Paint and Colors for American Merchant Vessels, 1800-1920: Their Study and Interpretation for Modelmaking, 36:202-208
    photos:
      -hawk's next half-model of pinky ESSEX, 29:21
      - model of HARRY L. BELDEN, 32:169, 187, 188
      -models of ELSIE, 32:78, 87
    plans, replacement windlass for GRAMPUS, 32:184
    query on Swedish nautical terms, 35:54, 166
    reviews books:
      -18th-Century Shipbuilding, 38:125-126
      -A History of American Marine Painting, 16:250-251
      -A New History of British Shipping, 37:184
      -A Window Back: Photography in a Whaling Port, 40:185-186
      -Artists of New Bedford, 36:110
      -Boat Modeling the Easy Way, 38:195
      -Britain's Maritime Heritage, 34:232
      -Building the BLACKFISH, 34:171-172
      -C.J.A. Wilson's Ships, 19:65-66
      -Catchers and Corvettes: The Steam Whalecatcher in Peace and War, 1860-1960, 38:53-54
      -Chebec LE REQUIN, 1750, 39:186-188
      -Concise Catalog of Oil Paintings in the National Maritime Museum, 35:225-226
      -Conklin's Guide: Maritime Auction Annual, 1988-89, 35:55
      -Das Gokstadschiff und seine Boote, 29:159, 29:160
      -Das Shaohsing Ch'uan: Ein traditonelles Schiff in China, 37:183
      -Die Schiffe der Antike, 35:227
      -Eighteenth-Century Rigs & Rigging, 38:192-193
      -F.H. Chapman: The First Naval Architect and His Work, 34:173
      -Gloucester on the Wind, 40:186
      -Growing Up in a Shipyard, 37:182-183
      -Hail COLUMBIA! 18:59
      -Harvesting the Chesapeake, 36:54-55
      -Historique de la Corvette at Monographie de la CREOLE, 37:118, 37:119
      -In the Wake of Whales, 35:111
      -Kultschiffe und Schiffskulte im Altertum, 38:263-264
      -L'Art de Batir des Vaisseaux, 36:109
      -Live Oaking; Southern Timber for Tall Ships, 29:213-214
      -Livro de Tra‡as de Capintaria, 36:110-111
      -Lommen und Buxer, 36:53-54
      -Marine Paintings and Drawings in the Peabody Museum, 16:251-252
      -Modeling Maritime History, 35:54-55
      -Museer i Norge, 34:232
      -Naval Architecture, 36:108-109
      -Naval Prints from the Beverley R. Robinson Collection, Volume I, 38:56-57
      -Ocean Traders, 36:55
      -Pirates of the Pacific, 1575-1742, 36:111
      -Prisoner of War Ship Models, 35:109
      -Proceedings 1987 VIth International Congress of Maritime Museums, 34:233
      -Sailing Ships of the Romantic Era, 18:58-59
      -Schoner in Nord und Sd, 35:227
      -Scow Schooners of San Francisco Bay, 34:231
      -Ship BENJAMIN SEWALL, 36:111
      -Ships Employed in the South Seas Trade, 1775-1859, 40:245-246
      -Sj”historiska Fotografier: Sj”historiska rsbok 1992-1993, 38:190
      -Sj”historiska museet 50 dr, Sj”historisk rsbok 1988-1989, 34:172
      -Sperm Whaling from New Bedford, 29:105
      -Steamers of the Fjords, 35:226
      -Taubman Plans Service, 36:166-167
      -The Art of Gunfounding, 36:166
      -The Building of a Wooden Ship, 19:63-64
      -The History of the French Frigate, 1650-1850, 40:117-118
      -The Junks and Sampans of the Yangtze, 19:63
      -The Marine Mammals of the North-Western Coast of North America, 18:122
      -The Maritime Administration Collection of Ship Plans, 1939-1970, 40:179-180
      -The MAYFLOWER and Other Colonial Vessels, 29:214-215
      -The Merchant Sailing Ships, a Photographic History, 18:57-58
      -The National Maritime Museum, Antwerp, 35:226
      -The Naval War of 1812: A Documentary History, Vol. 2, 39:120-121
      -The Peabody Museum Collection of Navigating Instruments, 16:250
      -The Pocket Artillerist, 38:265-266
      -The Shipbuilder's Repository, 38:189
      -The Voyage of the Schooner POLAR BEAR; and Trading in the North Pacific and Arctic, 1913-1914, 29:214
      -TITANIC R.I.P.: Can Dead Men Tell Tales? 34:173-174
      -Von der Weser in die Welt, 39:250-251
      -Wake of the Coasters, 18:120-121
      -Whaling in the North Atlantic, 34:232-233
      -Whaling Masters, 37:183-184
      -Who's Who in Pacific Navigation, 37:62-63
      -Working Watercraft of the World, 39:253-254
      -From Keel to Truck and Illustrated Marine Encyclopedia, 29:213
    reviews kit, SIR EDWARD HAWKE, 35:225
    reviews periodical, The Egregious Steamboat Journal, 37:184
    reviews plans:
      -Continental gondola PHILADELPHIA, 29:159
      -Monterey fishing boat WETTON, 39:125-126
      -scow schooner ALMA, 39:125, 39:126
      -steam schooner WAPAMA, 39:125-126
    reviews products:
      -Mac's Mighty Mats, 37:119, 37:120
      -micro-precision table saw, 35:55-56
      -tilting table for Preac saw, 36:106-107
    reviews videotape, S.S. WISCONSIN: Shipwrecked Vessel, 36:107
    Ship Model Rigging: Some Typical Problems and a Little Personal Philosophy, 21:160-172
    shop note on coppering models, 35:114-115
      speaker at 1974 NRG Conference, 21:51
    speaker at 1980 NRG Conference, 26:158
    Steam Trawlers Come to the Boston Fishing Fleet, 39:199-214, 40:31-45, 89-101, 159-173, 205-221
    Stranger in Truth than in Fiction: The American Seven-Masted Schooners, 38:5-41
    The Coppering of 19th-Century American Merchant Sailing Ships, 26:125-148
    time log for modeling AMY KNIGHT, 35:221-222
    Two Jagts in the Funen Style, 36:191-195

Ronnberg, Erik A.R., Jr., NRG official:

    Editorials, 34:61, 125, 181, 35:3, 63, 119, 35:175, 36:3, 59, 115 , 37:3, 67
    elected Director, 33:114
    named Journal Editor, 34:61
    on Webb's Plans of Wooden Vessels, 34:62-63
    resigns as Editor of Journal, 37:67, 131

ROOK, brig:

    built in Waldoboro, ME, 7:174

ROOKH, bark:

    model by Honey, L2:37

ROOKS, US destroyer:

    mentioned, 10:118

ROOSEVELT, exploration vessel:

    mentioned, 11:64
    plans available, 4:69
    query, 3:133

Roosevelt, Nicholas, steamship pioneer:

    historical reference in Frazer letter, 36:47

Root, Gordon, author:

    answers query on colonial shipyards, 16:117

ROPER, US destroyer:

    historical references, 37:56

ROSABELLA:

    coppering data, 26:146

ROSARINA, steamship:

    mentioned, 4:96

ROSARIO, schooner:

    record passages, 14:68

ROSARIO, Spanish frigate:

    designed, built by Gautier, 39:113

ROSCIUS, packet ship:

    coppering data, 26:146

ROSCOE, whaling bark:

    Arctic wreck, 7:23
    mentioned, 4:16

ROSCOVITE, schooner:

    historical references, 15:93

ROSE DOROTHEA, Grand Banks schooner:

    in Stebbins photo collection, L3:75

ROSE MAHONEY, 5-m schooner:

    at port of Miami, 19:165-166
    historical references, 17:189
    mentioned, 17:188, 241, 244
    photos, 17:190, 191, 19:167

ROSE, British frigate:

    historical references, 1:86, 17:44-46, 25:72, 77, 34:6
    name on stern, 37:225
    plans, 17:45

ROSE, British warship, ca. 1742:

    historical references, 37:165

ROSE, British whaler:

    GEORGIANA prize, 9:20

ROSE, English warship, 1712:

    photo, model at SM, 31:21

ROSE, replica vessel:

    berthed at Newport, RI, 17:280
    historical references, 17:288
    mentioned, 21:144
    offered for sale, 23:211
    photo, 17:280
    status report, 17:46

Rose, Robert M., author, model builder:

    comments on appearance of SOVEREIGN OF THE SEAS, 1637, 29:49
    comments on McDonald article, "Piracy in the High 'C's'" 29:49-50
    model: Catalonian nao
    on ship model books, plans, 3:79
    query on Culver model of SOVEREIGN OF THE SEAS, L3:40, 56

ROSEBUD:

    historical references, 3:154

Rosenkrans, John D.:

    query on RESOLUTE, 23:89

ROSETTA McNEIL, bark:

    built in Waldoboro, ME, 7:174

ROSEWAY, Boston, MA, pilot schooner:

    mentioned, 39:50, 162

ROSEWAY, pilot schooner:

    historical references, 18:260

ROSIE PARKS, Chesapeake Bay skipjack:

    historical references, 15:169
    photo of cabin and companionway, 29:76
    photo, trailboard, 29:73

ROSIE WELT, ship:

    built in Waldoboro, ME, 7:174

Ross, Narcisse, shipbuilder:

    see SALMON

Ross, Norman A., author, model builder:

    model: AMERICA
    reviews book, BLUENOSE, 14:32-33

ROSSHIRE, 4-m steel bark:

    mentioned, 8:117
    plans in NRG registry, 6:16

ROSSIGNOL, ship:

    in list, Nova Scotia-built, 21:122

ROTER LOWE, 16th-century Dutch warship:

    mentioned, 5:156
    plans in NRG registry, 5:175
    plans listed, 27:77

ROTHESAY BAY:

    in photo list, 4:27, L2:38

ROTHLEY, ship:

    in list, Ontario-built, 21:123

ROTTI, ex-HOLLAND, freighter:

    mentioned, 38:92

Rouargue, marine artist:

    lithograph, ARTEMISE preparing for careening, 27:35

ROUGH AND READY, San Francisco, CA, scow schooner:

    plans in HAMMS collection at SI, 5:117

Roukes, James, model builder:

    model: SEA WITCH

Rouleau, Thomas, ship carver:

    historical references, 18:81

ROULETTE, Grand Banks schooner:

    historical references, 32:7

ROUSE SIMMONS, 3-m Great Lakes schooner:

    historical references, 18:123-124
    lost in storm, 18:124

ROUSSEAU, whaling vessel:

    mentioned, 35:132

Roux, Antoine, marine artist:

    mentioned, 4:142, 22:161
    paintings:
      -of GRAND TURK mentioned, L2:119
      -of MADRE MIMBELLI on Yugoslavia stamp, 18:16
      -of PRESIDENT analyzed by Woolf, 13:28
      -of topsail schooner LOUISA, 30:190
    watercolors:
      -of CONGRESS, HORNET and CONSTELLATION, 28:88
      -of PRESIDENT, 1802, 28:84
      -of PRESIDENT, 1803, 28:86
      -of PRESIDENT, 1806, 28:87
      -lateen pinque ANGE GARDIEN, 25:187-188
      -lateen pinque, 25:189

Roux, Fr‚d‚ric, marine artist:

    painting of SALISBURY mentioned, 12:133
    watercolor, ship HAVRE, 34:63

Roux, Fran‡ois, marine artist:

    drawing, trading bombarde, 29:212
    painting of lugger, 26:73
    watercolor of hermaphrodite brig GAZELLE, 28:13
    watercolor, frigate ARTEMISE, 27:32

ROVER, schooner:

    historical references, 3:155

Row galleys, Egyptian:

    photo, description of model by Law, 5:130-131

Row galleys:

    for western rivers, plans, 38:78
    model in NRG registry, 6:28
    plans in NRG registry, 6:36
    plans source, 5:109
    see CONGRESS, FRANKLIN, GATES, LEE, TURNBULL, WASHINGTON

Rowan, Capt. S.C., model builder:

    model of RALEIGH at Franklin Institute, L2:32
    models: ENTERPRISE, ERIE, GOLDEN HIND, schooner ENTERPRISE, RALEIGH, SHARK

Rowe, John S., author:

    answers query on RANGER and MAJOR ROGERS, 11:129

Rowell, James F., mariner:

    biographical data, L3:22-23

ROWLAND:

    coppering data, 26:146

Rowse, Edward, inventor:

    differential barrel steering system, 36:13
    steering gear drawings, 32:141, 36:14

ROXBURY HILL, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

ROY BRUCE, schooner:

    query, 8:174

Roy, Edward S., author, model builder:

    letter on model sales, 5:187-188
    models: AMERICA, Dutch sloop, JOHN ADAMS, US revenue cutter

Roy, Stanley, model builder:

    models: AMERICA

ROYAL ARCH, ship:

    in list, New Brunswick-built, 21:122

ROYAL BOUNTY, Continental merchant vessel:

    historical references, 37:145

ROYAL CHARLES, English warship:

    mentioned, 37:209
    query, 22:209

ROYAL CHARTER, steam packet:

    historical references, 15:8-9
    mentioned, 15:7

ROYAL CONVERT, British gondola:

    armament, L3:152

ROYAL ESCAPE, British smack:

    mentioned, 19:252, 254

ROYAL FAMILY, ship:

    in list, New Brunswick-built, 21:122

ROYAL GEORGE, British warship, 1715:

    model at MFA, 9:101, 105, 37:193, 196, 197, 209-210, 37:61, 202, 40:73, L1:191

ROYAL GEORGE, British warship, 1809:

    model at Fort Henry museum, L3:20
    see NIAGARA

ROYAL GEORGE, Lake Champlain wreck:

    query, L2:147

ROYAL JAMES, English warship:

    mentioned, 37:209
    query, 22:209

ROYAL KATHERINE, British warship:

    mentioned, 19:270

ROYAL LOUIS, French ship-of-the-line, 1720:

    historical references, 27:186

ROYAL LOUIS, French ship-of-the-line, 1740:

    armament, 25:81

ROYAL LOUIS, French ship-of-the-line, 1769:

    armament, 25:81
    mentioned, 27:97

ROYAL LOUIS, French ship-of-the-line, 1780:

    in 1783 fleet list, 25:85

ROYAL LOUIS, French warship:

    armament, 22:64
    footropes, 29:140

Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.:

    acquires GREAT WESTERN, 14:118
    see CONWAY, DERWENT, ISIS, MAGDALENA, MEDWAY, ORINOCO, TAMAR, THAMES, TRENT

ROYAL MIDSHIPMAN, US Brigantine:

    model sought by Nelson's Dockyard, 35:217

Royal Navy Museum, Portsmouth, England:

    acquires Spalding's model of VICTORY, 19:176

ROYAL OAK, British ship-of-the-line:

    mentioned, 25:17
    name on stern of model, 37:225

ROYAL OAK, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

ROYAL SAVAGE, Continental schooner-of-war:

    armament, L3:152
    Grand Union flag, 31:27
    historical references, 3:113-114, 22:26, 23:130
    mainstay mentioned, 35:100
    mentioned, 5:128, 155

Royal Society of Marine Artists, London:

    exhibit mentioned, 19:27

ROYAL SOVEREIGN, British royal yacht:

    photo of model in Kriegstein collection, 27:93

ROYAL SOVEREIGN, British warship:

    Bruckshaw model mentioned, 39:198, 246
    mentioned, 5:66, 23:217
    model by Henning mentioned, 5:113
    model by Smith in NRG registry, 4:40, 5:28, 6:28
    royal sails, 5:83

Royal United Service Museum, London:

    aids to modelers, 4:157

ROYAL VISITOR:

    listed with figurehead, 18:80

ROYAL WILLIAM, auxiliary barkentine:

    on Canada stamp, 15:126, 128

ROYAL WILLIAM, English warship, 1692:

    mentioned, 5:66
    model by McNarry mentioned, 5:50
    query on plans, 5:34
    spritsail rig, 11:57

ROYAL WILLIAM, sloop:

    mentioned, 4:114

ROYAL WILLIAM, steamer:

    correction by Mears, 18:124
    on Canada stamp, 17:262, 263

ROYAL, French warship:

    model at Mus‚e de la Marine, 26:155

ROYALIST, British training brig:

    photo, under sail, 19:181
    see Girls Nautical Training Corps
    see Sea Cadet Corps
    under construction, 18:48

Royer, William E., model builder:

    model: CONSTITUTION

RTC NO. 50, ex-EJRR&T CO. 31, oil barge:

    mentioned, 38:91

RUBICON:

    coppering data, 26:146

Rubin, Norman N., author, model builder:

    1971 NRG Conference paper, drawings, "The Anchor," 18:230-251
    A Potomac River Dugout, 18:111-113
    answers queries:
      -on biblical ark, 10:34-36
      -on Dutch warships, 37:182
      -on LORD BYRON, 18:214
      -on oars for BOUNTY's launch, 18:214
      -on SANTISIMA TRINIDAD, 37:182
      -on sponge boat plans, 21:197
    Belaying Pins, 17:81
    Canal Boats, 15:71-79
    Canoe Models in the Museum of the Department of the Interior, 18:108-111
    Coaling scuttles, 15:185-186
    comments on Lowe's Erie Canal boat article, 21:196
    comments on McKechnie's article, "Ships, Colonies and Commerce," 21:196
    Ferry, Ferry, Who's Got the Ferry? 20:145
    John Alden's Flying Lifeboat, 15:119-125
    letters:
      -on developing BONHOMME RICHARD plans, 35:165
      -on Henri Louis Duhamel du Monceau, 38:188
      -on museum ships in Europe, 29:137-138
      -on RATTLESNAKE's forward ports, 39:116
      -on windsails, 37:249
    Life Buoys, 19:169-172
    Perspective in Reverse, or How to Make Plans from Photographs Without Hardly Trying, 16:105-107
    Quebec Figureheads and Ship Carving, 18:75-90
    queries:
      -on MALABAR and other Quebec timber ships, 9:112
      -on National Line vessels ERIN, ONTARIO, HELVETIA, 12:113
      -on Quebec figureheads, 12:113
    research notes on BON HOMME RICHARD, 30:140
    reviews books:
      -A History of Books, Libraries, and Reading Among Seamen During the Age of Sail, 21:50
      -A Maritime History of Bath, Maine and the Kennebec River Region, 20:211-212
      -A Pictorial History of Oceanographic Submersibles, 18:57
      -An Annapolis Visit, 16:252, 16:253
      -Anatomy of an Expedition, 17:13
      -Basic Ship Theory, 16:103
      -Battleships-U.S. Battleships in World War II, Vol. I, 22:208
      -Bronze Age Ships in the Eastern Mediterranean, 18:56
      -Combat Fleets of the World, 1976/77, 22:208
      -Farewell Old MOUNT WASHINGTON, 16:196
      -Hail COLUMBIA! 18:56
      -HMS VICTORY: Building, Restoration and Repair, 14:80
      -My Love Affair with the Navy, 17:35
      -Nothing Too Daring, 18:56
      -Oceanic Patents, 1959-1968, 16:153
      -Performance Advances in Small Boat Racing, 16:196
      -Portrait of Essex, 16:252-253
      -Sailing Alone Around the World, 18:56
      -Sea and Air: The Naval Environment, 16:21
      -Sea, Sails and Shipwreck, 18:57
      -Ships and Seamen of the American Revolution, 17:41
      -Slave Ships and Slaving, 16:103
      -Some Famous Sailing Ships and Their Builder Donald McKay, 18:56
      -South Street, A Maritime History of New York, 18:56
      -Steamboats Out of Baltimore, 16:103
      -The Clipper Ship Era, 18:55
      -The Connecticut Shore, 16:252-253
      -The CONSTELLATION Question, 18:57
      -The Last Voyage of USS PUEBLO, 17:51
      -The Stateliest Ship: QUEEN MARY, 16:252
      -The WAVERTREE, An Ocean Wanderer, 16:190
      -THERMOPYLAE and the Age of Clippers, 16:106
      -Voyage of the LIBERDADE, 18:56
      -Wake of the Coasters, 18:57
    Rodger's Anchors, 20:194
    Rudders, 17:87-91
    S.S. INCHCLIFFE CASTLE, 17:26-28
    Ships' Bells, 17:180
    Ships on Stamps, 14:22-25
    shop note on rescaling plans, 18:96
    shop notes on taking off lines, 13:102-103, 18:16-18
    sketches, windsails, 16:96-97
    Skipjack Sail Plans, 24:72-73
    Small Boat Guns, 12:51-55
    Some Cannon from the ARK and the DOVE, 18:42-45
    Some French Anchors, 1720-1820, 16:178-180
    speaker at 1973 NRG Conference, 20:97
    Steam whistles, 16:176-178
    The Search for the MALABAR, 11:75-82
    The Windsail, 16:95-97
    Varieties of American Flags, 17:80
    What Did Jason's Argo Look Like? 15:29-32

Rubin, Norman N., NRG official:

    named NRG Secretary, 12:127
    resigns as NRG Secretary, 19:173
    Secretary's News Letter, 14:33-38, 69-74, 136, 15:1, 39, 86, 187-188, 16:46-48, 120-121, 184-187, 247-249, 17:58-59, 185, 187, 214 , 285-286, 18:54-55, 268-270

Ruckert, Peter, author, model builder:

    query on WITCH OF THE WAVE, 21:47

Rudd, Arthur M., author, model builder:

    notes on Marsilly gun carriage, L1:128
    obituary, 37:59
    query on CONSTITUTION's channel pumps, L3:69
    reviews book, Sailing Drifters, 5:139, 5:143
    Some Notes on the ALABAMA, L1:120

Rudd, Arthur M., NRG official:

    elected to board of governors, L1:iii
    founding member, L1:3
    resigns from board, L2:1

Rudder, nautical publication:

    plans of ice yacht AURORA, L1:112

Rudders:

    chatter grooves-description, photos, sketches, 19:81-85
    chatter strip description, purpose, 16:238
    comments by Leavitt on chatter grooves, 19:257-258
    Delano's brace, 32:205
    history, design, sketches, 17:87-91
    in spritsail topmast era, 5:84, 5:159
    on Chinese junks, 7:74
    photo, coppering, whaling bark MORNING STAR, 35:117
    sketch from American Lloyd's register, 35:208

RUFUS KING, ship:

    built at Marietta, OH, 1:85
    New Orleans registry, 1:92

RUFUS PUTNAM, brig:

    built at Marietta, OH, 1:85

Ruhge, J.M., author:

    The Goleta Cannon, 32:144-151

RUM RIVER, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

Rundle, J. Sparkhall, marine artist:

    query on Persian Gulf watercolors, 37:61

RUNNYMEDE, snow:

    plans in NRG registry, 6:16
    Underhill plans listed, 5:173

RUPERT, English warship, 1666:

    query on plans, 5:34

RUSEE, barque longue:

    in list, 27:98

RUSH, US revenue cutter:

    mentioned, 23:50

Rush, William, ship carver:

    explanation of designs for CONSTELLATION, 31:58
    figureheads for CONSTELLATION, INDIAN TRADER, UNITED STATES, WILLIAM PENN, 20:82

Rusk, Henry, marine artist:

    mentioned, 36:94

Russell & Co., Glasgow shipbuilders:

    see DRUMCLIFF, 8:88
    see KILBRANNAN, 18:215

RUSSELL POLLING NO. 21, oil barge:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:91

RUSSELL, bark:

    buried under San Francisco fill, 4:107

RUSSELL, British warship:

    historical references, 37:146
    paint scheme, 37:162

Russell, George, Maine shipbuilder:

    see PORTLAND PACKET

RUSSIAN:

    coppering data, 26:146

Russon, Richard M., Jr., author, model builder:

    offers copies of PAMIR registration papers, 19:257
    query on GRACE G. BENNETT, 19:255
    query on LEVIN J. MARVEL, 19:255

RUTH E. MERRILL, 6-m schooner:

    foundered, 5:23-24

RUTH, Danish herring boat:

    model construction article, 36:42-44

RUTH, Grand Banks schooner:

    query, 5:97

RUTH, iron barkentine:

    historical references, 5:104

RUTH, schooner:

    mentioned, 8:119

RUTHERFORD, ferryboat:

    mentioned, 20:145

Rutter, J.W., author:

    The River Museum, L1:184-185

RYE COVE, tanker:

    built by Sun Shipbuilding, 38:92

RYELANDS, 3-m topsail schooner:

    historical references, 15:96
    mentioned, 17:281, 18:93

RYUJO, Japanese aircraft carrier:

    historical references, 24:84, 148

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