The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Mary I. Robertson


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Black and white photograph of the tug MARY I. ROBERTSON, with a scow and sawmill in the background
Notes:
From William Lafferty: Mary I. Robertson 131187. Single screw wooden steam tug built 1914 at Glen Ross, Ontario, by Fred A. Robertson & Co. for Fred Ashton Robertson ("contractor") and Paul Joseph Maloney ("physician"), both of Cornwall, Ontario. 37 x 11.6 x 4.2; 7.71 gt, 5.24 nt. One single cylinder high pressure steam engine, 8 x 8, built 1914 by H. W. Petrie, Toronto; one submerged tubular steel boiler, 140 psi wp, built 1914 by Petrie. First documented 23 June 1916, registered at Peterborough. Last enrollment endorsed "Vessel presumed out of existence," 16 November 1946.
Date Of Event:
c1920
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Collection:
William Lafferty
Language of Item:
English
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Mary I. Robertson


Black and white photograph of the tug MARY I. ROBERTSON, with a scow and sawmill in the background