The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Post Boy (Propeller), U150660, 10 Mar 1894

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William Hingston of this city, is building for Mr. George M. Swan and others a wooden hull, 50 feet long, 13 feet beam, 6½ feet depth, to receive the engine and boiler of the tug T.H. FULTON. She will be called HUDSON. For the same parties he is building a wooden hull 42 feet long, 11 feet beam, 5½ feet depth, for the engine of the tug POST BOY. She will be called by that name. Riter Bros., are building the boiler.
      Buffalo Enquirer
      March 10, 1894
Steam screw POST BOY. U. S. No. 150660. Of 11.95 tons gross; 5.98 tons net. Built Buffalo, N.Y., 1894. Home port, Buffalo, N.Y. 36.4 x 11.6 x 5.3
      Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1895

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Post Boy (Propeller), U150660, 10 Mar 1894