The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
John J. Albright (Propeller), U77456, 18 Oct 1900

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The first of the steamers building for Capt. John Mitchell at the Globe yard, Cleveland, will be launched Nov. 3. She will be christened JOHN J. ALBRIGHT, after a leading coal and iron man of Buffalo.
      Marine Review
      October 18, 1900
      One of the two 6,000-ton steel steamers, which the American Ship Building Co. is building at Cleveland for Capt. John Mitchell and others, was launched Saturday and named for JOHN J. ALBRIGHT, capitalist of Buffalo. This vessel is a duplicate of WM. E. REIS built at the same yard last year for the same owners. She is 436 ft. over all, 416 ft. keel, 50 ft. beam and 28 ft. deep. She will have triple expansion engines, cylinders 23, 37 ½ and 63 inches by 42-in. stroke. Steam will be furnished by three Scotch boilers, 12 ½ by 12 ft.
      Marine Review
      November 8, 1900

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John J. Albright (Propeller), U77456, 18 Oct 1900