The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Nov. 30, 1935

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Marine News
Lackawanna Getting Ready for Last Shipments From Trestle.

What was considered to be the last shipments of anthracite coal from Oswego for the year in lake trade were being assembled in Oswego Saturday by the Lackawanna Railroad. The steamer Henry C. Daryaw was loaded Saturday, taking 300 tons of hard coal, and 500 tons of bituminous coal for Picton and Kingston, Ont.

A solid train-load of 63 cars of anthracite left Scranton, Pa. , last Friday for Oswego, the coal to constitute a 2,400-ton cargo for the steamship Coalfax to go to Toronto, Ont. The Coalfax will then return to Oswego for 2,400 tons of bituminous coal to go to Prescott, Ont.

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Richard Palmer
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Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Nov. 30, 1935