Kennebec Boat and Canoe Company
A typical deck (well, not all are in this poor condition...):
Short rail caps alongside the decks are usual.
Serial Number - digits stamped on stem and/or on metal deck plate. Original serial number records are preserved at the Maine State Museum; these have been duplicated by the WCHA. Requests for serial number record information should be posted to the WCHA Serial Number Search Forum at http://forums.wcha.org/
Mills, W.E., Jr. History of the Kennebec Canoe Co. Wooden Canoe No.19, pp.3-6.
Kennebec Canoes, Boats & Accessories. WCHA reprint of 1914 catalog of Kennebec Boat and Canoe Co., Waterville, ME. 52 pages with 1911 Appedix. Available from the Wooden Canoe Heritage Association
A Real Runabouts Review of Canoes by Bob Speltz
Miller, Daniel and Benson Gray, Editors. The Historic Wood Canoe and Boat Company Catalog Collection CD-ROM. Contains 23 Kennebec Boat and Canoe Company Catalogs from 1910-1941. Published by Dragonfly Canoe Works and available here.