The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Gene C. Hutchinson (Propeller), U214499, 1951


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FREIGHTER IS NAMED
      The new Jones & Laughlin Company steamer building at Loraine is to be called the W.C. MORELAND. She will be completed about Sept. 1. The sister ship being built at Ecorse by the Great Lakes Engineering Company will be named the WILLIS L. KING.
      Buffalo Evening News
      May 10, 1910
     


Steam screw WILLIAM C. MORELAND.* U. S. No. 207851. oF 7.514 gross tons; 5,803 tons net. Built Lorain, O., 1910. Home port, Duluth, Minn. 580.0 x 58.0 x 32.0 Of 1,880 indicated horse-power. Crew of 25. Freight service.
      * Vessel Lost
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1911
     
     
      WILL NAME NEW STEAMER THE SIR TREVOR DAWSON.
      Detroit, Mich., August 20. - Announcement has been made here that the new 600-foot steamer that is being brought out for the Canadian Steamship Lines, Ltd., at the Superior yards of the American Shipbuilding company will be named for Sir Trevor Dawson, managing director of Vickers' Ltd., of London.
      The owners will probably place the boat in commission sometime next month.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      August 21, 1916
     
     
      MARINE NOTES
      When the new bow is put on to the stern of the W. C. MORELAND the ship will be called the SIR TREVOR DAWSON.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      September 12, 1916
     
     
     
      MARINE NOTES
      A. G. Smith, general manager of the American Shipbuilding Co., is at Superior looking after the work of putting the two parts of the steamer SIR TREVOR DAWSON together. She was formerly the W. C. MORELAND.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      September 14, 1916
     
     
     
      STEAMER DAWSON CHRISTENED.
      Superior, Wis., Oct. 18. - The new steamer SIR TREVOR DAWSON was christened here today. The DAWSON, just constructed at the local yards, will be put into commission for the Canadian Steamship Lines, Limited. The DAWSON's registered tonnage is 5,505 tons net; it is 598 1/2 feet long , 58 feet broad and 32 feet deep. The gross tonnage is 7,215 tons. She will carry ore.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      October 19, 1916
     
      NOTE - Sold U. S. 1920 and renamed CHARLES L. HUTCHINSON


      Steam screw CHARLES H. HUTCHINSON.* U. S. No. 214499. Of 7,215 tons gross; 5,505 tons net. Built at Superior, Wis., in 1916 Home port, Cleveland, Ohio. 580.0 x 58.0 x 32.0 and a crew of 33. Freight service. Of 2,000 indicated horse power. Steel built.
      * Formerly Steam screw SIR TREVOR DAWSON.
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1921.

NOTE:-- The Merchant Vessel List's of 1923 & 1925 name vessel as CHARLES L. HUTCHINSON.



      Steam screw WILLIAM C. MORELAND.* U. S. No. 207851. Of 6377 gross tons. Built at Lorain, O., in 1910.
      580.0 x 58.0 x 32.0.
      * Renamed SIR TREVOR DAWSON - U.S. 1917 [214499]
      CHARLES L. HUTCHINSON - U. S. - 1921
      GENE C. HUTCHINSON - U. S. - 1951
      Herman Runge List
     
     
:-- [a] W.C. MORELAND, [b] SIR TREVOR DAWSON, [c] CHARLES L. HUTCHINSON [d] GENE C. HUTCHINSON.



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ex W.C. MORELAND, SIR TREVOR DAWSON, CHARLES L. HUTCHINSON,
Date of Original:
1951
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McN.R.64
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Gene C. Hutchinson (Propeller), U214499, 1951