The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Engine crew of the THOMAS WALTERS


Description
Media Type:
Image
Item Type:
Photographs
Description:
Photograph of the engine room of the Interstate Steamship Co. steamboat THOMAS WALTERS. Edwin H. Klemer is in the middle with his arms crossed. The boiler plate refers to the V. H. KETCHAM, built 1874 at Marine City, but whose boiler appears to have been constructed by Samuel F. Hodge of Detroit.
Notes:
Originally in the collection of Edwin H. Clemer, who served on the THOMAS WALTERS sometime between 1913 and 1917.
Date of Original:
c1915
Subject(s):
Collection:
Jane Clemer
Language of Item:
English
Copyright Statement:
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Engine crew of the THOMAS WALTERS
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Engine crew of the THOMAS WALTERS


Photograph of the engine room of the Interstate Steamship Co. steamboat THOMAS WALTERS. Edwin H. Klemer is in the middle with his arms crossed. The boiler plate refers to the V. H. KETCHAM, built 1874 at Marine City, but whose boiler appears to have been constructed by Samuel F. Hodge of Detroit.