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The 2019 Nautical Research Guild Conference is History.  Both my wife and I had a great time.  The New Bedford Whaling Museum is terrific.  We had speakers and round tables and a chance, once again, to meet with members of our Ship Modeling Community.  We toured the Hereshoff Museum in Bristol, Massachusetts, and the Naval War College Museum in Newport, Rhode Island.  In both places we had excellent guides.  Here are a few photographs of the Conference.

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