In late Fall of 1910, a club charter was drawn up at a meeting held in Troy at the home of Orville E. Bosca.
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—The Troy Motorboat and Canoe Club in Warren A. Pine’s garage at Twenty-third Street and Second Avenue to-night will elect officers. The Building Committee will submit plans for the new clubhouse.
“Lansingburgh.” Troy Times. January 9, 1911: col 2.

New Boathouse.

The Troy Motorboat and Canoe Club last night planned for the new boathouse in addition to electing: Commodore, Orville E. Bosca; Vice Commodore, Thomas E. Ward; Measurer, Chester Irving; President, George H. Davry; Vice President, Edward Lewis; Recording Secretary, Rowland S. Whinnery; Financial Secretary, Bertram Peddie; Treasurer, Robert U. Davry; Trustee for five years, Warren A. Pine; Trustee for four years, George H. Rich; Trustee for three years, Frederick C. Filley; Trustee for two years, Alfred L. Judkins; Trustee for one year, Milford Baxter. The plans for the new clubhouse call for a building at First Avenue and Twenty-first Street twenty-two by sixty-three feet. The first floor will be for the storage of canoes and workshop and the second floor for social purposes.
“Lansingburgh.” Troy Times. January 10, 1911: col 2.

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