The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Frank W. Hart (Propeller), U121219, 21 Nov 1901


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J.C. Gilchrist of Cleveland, who seems to be reaching for the hundred mark in a fleet of lake ships, is naming some of his latest steel steamers for leading associates in the several steamship companies that he controls. A big steel freighter, launched at Lorain a few days ago, was named for Frank W. Osborne, president of the Pittsburg Coal Co., and a duplicate vessel to be launched a few weeks hence will be named for Frank W. Hart who is at the head of one of the large wholesale millinery houses of Cleveland.
      Marine Review
      November 21, 1901
     
     
     
      The steamer FRANK W. HART, the second of the steel freighters building for Mr. J. C. Gilchrist and others of Cleveland, will be launched at the Lorain yard of the American Ship Building Co. on Saturday next
      Marine Review
      December 12, 1901

     
     
The steamer FRANK W. HART, the second of the freighters building for J.C. Gilchrist; was launched at the Lorain yards of the American Ship Building Co. at noon today.
      Port Huron Daily Times
      Saturday, December 14, 1901
     
     
     
Steam screw FRANK W. HART.* U. S. No. 121219. Of 4307 gross tons. Built Lorain, O., 1902. 380.0 x 50.0 x 28.0. * Renamed SPARTA - U. S. -
      Herman Runge List
     


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launch, Lorain
Date of Original:
1901
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McN.E.10233
Language of Item:
English
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William R. McNeil
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Frank W. Hart (Propeller), U121219, 21 Nov 1901