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Lackawanna (Propeller), U205349, 1925


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EIGHT BUFFALO VESSELS HAVE CHANGED THEIR NAMES.
      Changes in the names of eight Buffalo boats have been authorized by Collector of Customs Bleistein, since the first of the year. They are as follows:
      Stmr. DANIEL B. MEACHEN to EDWIN E. SLICK.
      Stmr. CHARLES WESTON to J. LEONARD REPLOGIE
      Stmr. JAMES CORRIGAN to ARTHUR E. NEWBOLT
      Tug HANDYBOY to JOHN GEHM
      Stmr. JOSIAH G. MONROE to EFFINGHAM B. MORRIS.
      Stmr. EUGENE LOESCH to BEAR
      Stmr. CITY OF NAPLES to FRANK O'CONNOR.
      Stmr. KENSINGTON to M. A. REEB.
      Several applications for permission to change the titles of vessels still are on file with the Collector. Authority has not been granted in these instances.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      May 21, 1916
     
     
     
Steam screw EDWIN E. SLICK.* U. S. No. 205349. Of 6,971 tons gross; 5,482 tons net. Built at Ecorse, Mich., in 1908. Home port, Cleveland, Ohio. 530.0 x 56.2 x 32.0 Freight service. Crew of 27. Of 1,800 indicated horse power. Steel built.
* formerly Steam screw DANIEL B. MEACHAM.
      Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1916
     
     
     
      Steam screw LACKAWANNA.* U. S. No. 205349. Of 6,971 tons gross; 5,482 tons net. Built at Ecorse, Mich., in 1908. Home port, Cleveland, Ohio. 530.0 x 56.2 x 32.0 Freight service. Crew of 32. Of 1,800 indicated horse power. Steel built. Owned by Bethlehem Transportation Corp. [Del.]
* formerly Steam screw [a] DANIEL B. MEACHAM, [b] EDWIN E. SLICK
      Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1925
     
     


      Steam screw DANIEL B. MEACHAM.* U. S. No. 205349. Of 6,971 tons gross; 5,482 tons net. Built at Ecorse, Mich., in 1908. Home port, Niagara Falls, N.Y. 530.0 x 56.2 x 32.0 Freight service. Crew of 27. Of 1,800 indicated horse power. Steel built.
      Merchant Vessel List, U.S., 1909 [steam vessels]
     
     
     
DANIEL B. MEACHAM.* Built June 25, 1908 Bulk Carrier
U.S. No. 205349. 6971 gt - 5482 nt 532.0 x 56.2 x 32.0
      * Renamed [b] EDWIN E. SLICK - U.S. - 1916
      [c] LACKAWANNA - U.S. - 1925
Sunk as temporary breakwater for harbor construction at Nanticoke, Ont., Lake Erie; summer, 1970.
      Great Lakes Emgineering Works, [Ecorse], Master Shipbuilding list
      Institute for Great lakes Research
      Perrysburg, Ohio


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Newspaper
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Clippings
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ex DANIEL B. MEACHAM, EDWIN E. SLICK
Date of Original:
1925
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McN.R.57
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Lackawanna (Propeller), U205349, 1925