The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Vision (Propeller), 30 Mar 1894

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Messrs. Sloan & Cowles returned from New York yesterday, where they have been for several days looking after their boats, the SLOAN and VISION, which are earning their support by winter work on salt water. The VISION is running on the Bay Ridge Line and of June 1 will go to New Bedford, Mass., to run with the other steamers between that point and the hotel at West Chops.
      The SLOAN is under charter in New York until June 1, for fishing excursions. Her owners went up to Hampstead Bay with her on Sunday and a party, numbering about 20, made a day's catch of over 1,000 fish, mostly tom cods and flounders. Early in June the SLOAN will be brought back to Buffalo for the season's business.
      Buffalo Enquirer
      March 30, 1894

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Vision (Propeller), 30 Mar 1894