Previous Registration: France (1922)
250x43x17 Owned by Port Colborne & St. Lawrence Navigation Co. (Maple Leaf Mills). Built by Great Lakes Engineering Co., Ecorse Mich. 1914. Engine16-26½-45x33 by builders. Purchased in Europe by Maple Leaf Milling Co., used on Lakes for one month under "S. N. A. No. 1" name (Societe Nationale d'Affretements, Rouen, France). Sunk in collision with liner "Lafayette" 31/08/36 Father Point Que., 1 killed.
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