The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
O. O. Carpenter (Propeller), 11 Feb 1892

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Sales of vessel property: Side-wheel steamer CORONA, Goodrich Transportation Company to J. J. Warde of Chicago, $15,000; Steamer O.O. CARPENTER, Jenks Ship Building Company of Port Huron to N. E. Runnells and Capt. Dan Sinclair of Port Huron, $28,000
      The Marine Review
      February 11, 1892

On Tuesday afternoon the steamer O.O. CARPENTER, owned by the Jenks Shipbuilding Co., was sold to H.E. Runnels and Capt. Sinclair for $26,000. The keel was laid January 10, 1891 and launched May 13th. The Jenks Shipbuilding Co. will commence work on a new boat which will be a companion boat of the CARPENTER, within a few weeks. It will be built upon the old site used by the company last spring.
      Port Huron Daily Times
      Wednesday, January 13, 1892

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O. O. Carpenter (Propeller), 11 Feb 1892