The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
A. I. Holloway (Tug), 17 Apr 1882

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      George H. Notter has sold the canal tug on the stocks in his yard to Isaac Holloway for $4,500. She is an excellent boat, and will be used for to wing sand scows.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      April 17, 1882 3-7

      The new tug A.I. HOLLOWAY appeared in the river yesterday. She was built by George H. Notter and is owned by Isaac Holloway. Her length is 50 ft., beam 12 1/2 ft., hold 6 ft. She has a 12 by 14 inch engine and a 4 1/2 by 9 ft. boiler. She is finished in fine style and bears out Mr. Notter's reputation as the best tug builder on the lakes. The HOLLOWAY is commanded by Capt. G.G. Cheney, and will be used for towing sand scows between Pt. Abino and this port.
      Buffalo Daily Courier
      May 10, 1882 5-5

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A. I. Holloway (Tug), 17 Apr 1882