The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Toledo (Propeller), U24112, 7 May 1884

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The prop. TOLEDO of Ward's Line is taking Lackawanna freight for Lake Superior.
      Buffalo Morning Express
      May 7, 1884 5-5

The prop. TOLEDO of the Ward's line left for Duluth last evening, being the first of the line to leave this port. She does not take any passengers. The prop. ST. PAUL of this line after the fire she sustained at Detroit last fall, was fitted up without her cabins, and as the S.F. HODGE and OSCEOLA of this line have no passenger accommodations, the TOLEDO is now the only passenger boat of the line. She will not leave the various ports on any stated time, but will take such passengers as offer. As to the line's employing Union Longshoremen, the question remains unsettled. The TOLEDO's cargo was put on by her crew.
      Buffalo Morning Express
      May 7, 1884 5-5

Steam screw TOLEDO. U. S. No. 24112. Of 792.25 tons gross; 667.81 tons net. Built Cleveland, Ohio, 1862. Home port, Detroit, Mich.
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1884

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Toledo (Propeller), U24112, 7 May 1884