Wow this finally worked! For those who haven't heard of Mullins: WH Mullins Co. of Salem, Ohio was originally a mfgr of stamped steel boats. By 1910 they offered two WC canoes; the 16' Yale and 18' Harvard (mine is the Harvard). Around 1916-17 a third model the 17' Princeton was added. The last year WC were offered was 1923. I picked this canoe up off ebay after no one bid on it outside Sacremento CA and hauled it to Montana. The seats are unique in that they are no hand woven thru drilled holes but rather the seat frame had four "clamps" screwed to the seat opening.(I still have the originals but have not repaired them). Stem bands are also unique in that they were copper half rounds. Again I did not replace them but replaced with standard stem bands. Replaced a few ribs, stems, inside/outside rails. Great old canoe but heavy.