Alfred Stanford

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Alfred Boiler Stanford (East Orange, New Jersey, March 12, 1900 - February 1985)

Books[edit]

  • "The Ground Swell," D. Appleton and Company, New York, London, 1923.
  • "A City Out of the Sea," D. Appleton and Company, New York, London, 1924.
  • "Navigator; The Story of Nathaniel Bowditch of Salem", William Morrow and Co., 1928.
  • "Invitation to Danger," William Morrow and Co., New York, 1929.
  • "Flag in the Wind," William Morrow and Co., New York, 1930
  • "Men, Fish & Boats," William Morrow and Co., New York, 1934.
  • "Pleasures of Sailing," Simon & Schuster, New York, 1943.
  • "Force Mulberry, The Planning and Installation of the Artificial Harbor off U. S. Normandy Beaches in World War II," William Morrow and Co., 1951.
  • "Boatman's handbook: Ninety six jobs you can do on your own boat," Motorboat Publications, 1957.
  • "Far horizons; adventures in cruising by members of the Cruising Club of America," by Alfred Stanford (Compiled by), David L. Bacon, Charles H. Vilas, Cruising Club of America, 1971.

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