The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Sheboygan Notes
Door County Democrat (Sturgeon Bay, WI), 3 May 1912, p. 12, column 3

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The schooner J. H. Stevens left last week for Two Rivers to have her new engine installed.

The schooner Rosa Bell and Petrel have been fitted out and left port on Saturday. The former left for Boyne City and the latter for Charlevoix.

The well known skipper, Rudolph Rieboldt, of this port, who sailed the Brazil a few seasons ago, has this season shipped as mate on the Edward Buckley.

The C. Reiss Coal Co. office, which was destroyed by fire the past winter, has been all torn down and the work of driving piles on which to set the new foundation has been completed. The crew is now at work filling around the piles with cement. It is to be fireproof, four stories high and a most modern office.

There is very little to be seen of the steamer Three Brothers, which was beached at South Manitou island last fall. The spars and stack are to be seen no more. It being a very steep bank where she struck, she sank at the stern until only two feet of her stack was above water.

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3 May 1912
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C. Reiss Coal Company
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  • Wisconsin, United States
    Latitude: 43.75083 Longitude: -87.71453
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