Ketewomoke Yacht Club

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"Afternoon Boatride Thrills Youngsters." Long Islander 25 Aug. 1966: 2. Print. This article describes how a group of teenagers went on a boat ride for the first time at Ketewomoke Yacht Club. This relates to our project, for it shows the productivity of the club.

"Anchorage Areas Will Be Enforced D.S Tuthill Warns."
The Long Islander 23 Mar. 1950, Front Page sec.: 1. Print. This article concerns how the Yacht Club will take action in preventing damage from future catastropic events. This relates to our project because the hurricane of 1944 destroyed Ketewomoke Yacht Club.

"Arthur Dove, Artist, Is Dead Was Abstractionist."
Long Islander [Huntington] 29 Nov. 1946: 8. Print. This document shows where his exhibits were displayed. It includes where his 1913 projects were displayed. This is the time period in which Dove was living in Ketewomoke Yacht Club.

"Berg Commodore of Ketewomoke."
Long Islander 27 May 1971: 8. Print. This article discusses how Ketewomoke will have their 58th season of boating. This relates to our project because it explains how long the yacht club has been occupied.

"Boat Club Get Ship Shape For May."
Long Islander [Huntington] 27 Apr. 1972: 6. Print. This article helps to describe what the Ketewomoke Yacht Club was like, and its history. For example, it discusses how many members had boats, how long its been around, and how they prepare for boating season.

"Clam Bake."
Long Islander [Huntington] 24 Aug. 1972: 6. Print. This article discusses how the Ketewomoke Yacht Club hosted its first annual Clam Bake. This relates to our project because it shows how the club maintained traditions and was prolific.

DePietro, Anne Cohen., Arthur Garfield Dove, Helen Torr, Ann Lee. Morgan, William C. Dove, and Mary Torr. Rehm.
Arthur Dove & Helen Torr: the Huntington Years. Huntington, NY: Heckscher Museum, 1989. 26-33. Print. This book provided us with quotes and background information of Arthur Dove and his wife Helen Torr. It discusses their relationship with Ketewomoke Yacht Club.

  Dove, Arthur.
Clouds and Water. 1930. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Met Museum. Web. 1 June 2011. <http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/49.70.40#ixzz1O9m0sXRu>. This painting represents the waves and winds of HUntington Harbor. A poem by Arthur Dove was also taken from this source.

Dove, Arthur.
Gale. 1932. Oil on canvas. Amory Show. Arts Connected. Web. 1 June 2011. <http://www.artsconnected.org/artsnetmn/inner/dove.html>. This website provided us with one of Dove's most famous paintings the "Gale". This painting was inspired by the storms of Huntington Harbor.

Dove, Arthur.
Huntington Harbor I. 1928. The Phillips Collection. Phillipscollection.org. American Art. Web. 1 June 2011. <http://www.phillipscollection.org/research/american_art/artwork/Dove-Huntington_HarborI.htm>. This painting by Arthur Dove represents Huntington Harbor in an abstract view.

Dove, Arthur.
Indian Summer. 1941. Oil on canvas. The Heckscher Museum of Art, The Heckscher Museum. This painting by Dove is title Indian Summer, relating to the Indian named Yacht Club, Ketewomoke.

Dove, Arthur.
Portrait of Ralph Dusenberry. 1924. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Met Museum. Web. 1 June 2011. <http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/49.70.36#ixzz1O9pHmga1>. This abstract portrait by Arthur Dove was one a close friend. Nautical aspects are incorporated into the collage, symbolizing the characteristics of Dusenberry.

"Dove/O'Keeffe: Circles of Influence."
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. 2009. Web. 04 June 2011. <http://www.clarkart.edu/exhibitions/dove-okeeffe/content/exhibition.cfm>. Prints of Arthur Dove and Georgia O'Keeffe were taken from this source.

"First Mates on Land and Sea."
Long Islander [Huntington] 27 Apr. 1972, Huntington ed.: 6. Print. This article discusses that the Ketewomoke Yacht Club plans on hosting a fashion show for the women of the club. This shows how many spent their leisure time during this era.

Early Abstract Artist: Arthur Dove. YouTube. Web. 2 June 2011. <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEsXyohTc1A>. This video provides a slide show of Arthur Dove and his paintings.

Eddy, Arthur Jerome.
Cubists and Post-impressionism. Chicago: A.C. McClurg, 1914. 48. Print. We took a quote from Arthur Dove from this book, explaining his technique and steps of painting.

"Google Maps: Ketewomoke Yacht Club." Map.
Google Maps. Print. This map shows the location of Ketewomoke Yacht Club in Huntington.

"Halesite."
Long Islander [Huntington] 25 Sept. 1914, Front Page sec.: 1. Print. This article discusses how the Ketewomoke Yacht Club will hold its last Clambake of the season.

Hammond, Sarah, and Teresa O'Toole. "Dove/O'Keeffe: Circles of Influence by Sarah Hammond from Antiques & Fine Art Magazine."
Antiques and Fine Art - The #1 Selling Antiques Magazine. Web. 1 June 2011. <http://www.antiquesandfineart.com/articles/article.cfm?request=961>. This web page explained the relationship between Arthur Dove, and famous American painter, Georgia O'Keeffe.

Historical Ketewomoke Sign, Halesite, New York Avenue. Personal photograph by author. 2011. This Historic sign gives a short description of the Ketewomoke Yacht Club.

"Ketewomoke's Opening Day."
Long Islander [Huntington] 21 Aug. 1914: 4. Print. This article is important to have in the project because it marks the beginning of the oldest Yacht Club in Huntington.

The Ketewomoke Yacht Club, Halesite, New York Avenue. Personal photograph by author. 2011. This is an front, outside view of the Yacht Club.

"Ketewomoke Yacht Club."
Ketewomoke Yacht Club - KYC - Welcome. 2003. Web. 04 June 2011. <http://www.ketewomokeyachtclub.com/>. The Ketewomoke Yacht Club web page helped us with a basic understanding of the modern purpose of the club.

"Ketewomoke 60th Anniversary."
Long Islander [Huntington] 5 Apr. 1973: 6. Print. This article discusses how the 60th Anniverary of Ketewomoke Yacht Club will be celebrated.

"Ketewomoke Yacht Club Entertains the Ladies."
Long Islander [Huntington] 13 Aug. 1937: 2. Print. This article talks about how the Ketewomoke Yacht Club had a "Ladies' Night" and it discusses all of the activities that it hosted for the women. This exemplifies the idea that many had a social outlet during the Great Depression.

"Ketewomoke Yacht Club Holds Annual Outing."
Long Islander [Huntington] 28 Apr. 1958: 4. Print. This article discusses an annual outing for the Ketewomoke Yacht, and declares it as a "success". This is important for our project because it shows how the club was prolific during this era.

Matinecock Indian Flag, Ketewomoke Yacht Club; Second Story. Personal photograph by author. 2011. This flag located in the clubhouse, recognizes the past Indians of the area.

"Motor Boat Owners Active."
Long Islander [Huntington] 15 Dec. 1916: 9. Print. This article claims that Ketewomoke is the most active motor boating organizations on Long Island. This contributes directly to our project, for it exemplifies the productivity of the club.

"Museum Adds Two Paintings."
Long Islander [Huntington] 3 Feb. 1972: 5. Print. This document discusses how 2 of Doves paintings will be added to Heckscher Museum. The museum said it is “filling the greatest gap in its collection”. His most productive years were spent on the harbor. “By 1929 they had arranged to live in a room above Ketewomoke Yacht Club at Halesite where they lived until 1933.”

Murphy, Jessica. "Arthur Dove (1880–1946)". In Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2000–. Http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/dove/hd_dove.htm (June 2007) Source: Arthur Dove (1880–1946) | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art. This article gives a detailed description of Arthur Dove and his artwork. It provided information on his impact on art history.

O'Keeffe, Georgia.
Poppy. 1927. Museum of FIne Arts, St. Petersburg. Essential Art. Web. 1 June 2011. <http://www.essentialart.com/acatalog/Georgia_O_Keeffe_prints_Poppy_1927.html>. This painting by Georgia O'Keeffe was a result of her influence from Arthur Dove.

"Other Events."
Long Islander [Huntington] 31 Aug. 1967: 15. Print. This document announces that Doves paintings from 1910-1946 will be displayed in Heckscher museum.

Place-names in the Town of Huntington Their Location, Origin, and Meaning. Ed. Rufus B. Langhans. Huntington: Town of Huntington, 1988. 2. Print. This book provided us with the meaning of 'Ketewomoke'

"Population Growth."
Long Islander [Huntington] 7 Apr. 1955: 13. Print. This article discusses what issues the population growth has posed for the town. For example, on a positive note, the Ketewomoke Yacht Club was bulging with membership, it even had to turn people away. On a more negative note, the town is forced to deal with this dilemma and create new ways for people to get out to their moorings to go boating.

Street, Charles R.
Huntington Town Records. Vol. 1. Huntington, NY: Huntington Town, 1887. 2. Print. This book of records gave us information on the Matinecock Indians and mentions the naming of Huntington as Ketewomoke.

"Supplement."
Long Islander [Huntington] 9 Apr. 1915: 9. Print. This article contains a list of the various funds, receipts, expenditures, under each with a summary of balances for the town. In this document, it shows that part of the money went towards the Ketewomoke Yacht Club.

Torr, Helen.
Oyster Stakes. 1929. Oil on paperboard. The Heckscher Museum of Art, The Heckscher Museum. This painting by Dove's wife, was inspired by the view from the Ketewomoke Yacht Club upper porch.

View from the porch of the Ketewomoke Yacht Club, Halesite, New York Avenue. Personal photograph
by author. 2011. This photo is taken of the beautiful harbor view from the clubhouse.

"Village Notes."
Long Islander [Huntington] 28 July 1916: 4. Print. This article is from 1916, which is only three years after the Ketwomoke Yacht Club. The article lists all of the important events occurring in the town of Huntington.

"Yachtsman Ask For Mooring Rules in Huntington Harbor."
Long Islander [Huntington] 28 Sept. 1944, Front Page sec.: 1. Print. This article discusses how many were making attempts to create plans for the harbor to protect from future hurricanes, etc. This relates to our project because the representatives who presented the plan to the town were from Ketewomoke Yacht Club.