Steamer City of Cleveland, D & C Line
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- Coloured postcard of the Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Company steamboat CITY OF CLEVELAND on Lake Erie
- Divided back postcard. Postmarked Detroit, MI, 1908(?)
- "Steamer City of Cleveland, D & C Line"
Reverse: "The new D & C. Line Steamer City of Cleveland is the masterpiece of modern marine architecture. This new boat cost $1,250,000 is 444 feet long, 86 feet 6 inches wide, and seven decks high. A three cylinder compound engine of 8,000 horse power furnishes the motive power. The 588[?] state rooms are all equipped with telephones, running water and washed air ventilation. The features which distinguish this boat from other lake steamers are passener elevators, bow rudder, wireless telegraph, 1,000 ton water bottom and steadying tanks to prevent sea sickness."
- A. C. Dietsche
- Place of Publication:
- Detroit, MI and Frankfort, Germany
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Width: 14 cm
Height: 8.9 cm
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- Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Maritime History of the Great Lakes