It took me a while to get this information for you but here it is.
The design number for the 36' Alden Schooner "Wanderlure II" as listed in the Alden Designs Book is #273 A. Several boats were built to this design that were yawls and ketches. "Wanderlure II" was built in 1926 at City Island NY. The schooner "Medley", sister ship to Wanderlure was built by Dr. John G. Langton and his father during WWII in Los Angeles CA. Since the Langton family owned a lumber yard, the boat was built of the best of materials that they had on hand. However, Dr. Langton told me, during an interview, that Mr. Alden had made modifications in the bow sections of the design that he felt would improve performance. And, "Medley" was built to that modified design. Unfortunatly Alden's speculation of added speed did not prove to be the case as "Wanderlure II" is faster than Medley. I have skippered both boats in off shore races and must affirm a previous statement that,
"Wanderlure II" is the fastest 36' schooner that I have ever sailed!
Although the design #273 A is listed in the Alden design book, no pictures of either of the two boats were published. I do have many shots of both boats and a full set of plans in my own archives however.
I trust that this information is of some use to you.