The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Tom Haver and the Columbia Transportation Company


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The LEONARD B. MILLER at the Sault with a deck load of 1936 Plymouths 
Image  1936  Black and white snapshot of a deck load of 1936 Plymouths on the Columbia Transportation Company steamboat LEONARD B. MILLER as she approaches the American canal at Sault Sainte Marie, MI Photograph taken by one of the engine crew
WILLIAM A. REISS 
ImageComments  c1935  Black and white photo of the Reiss Steamship Co. steamboat WILLIAM A. REISS. Photograph taken by one of the engine crew of another steamboat. Her wake can be seen in the foreground of the photograph.
JOSEPH FRANTZ 
Image  c1935  Black and white photo of the Columbia Transportation Company steamboat JOSEPH FRANTZ.
Engine Room of the S. B. WAY 
Image  c1935  Black and white photo of the Columbia Transportation Company steamboat S. B. WAY shows the engine room telegraph in the foreground and the Third Engineer standing at the control panel of her triple expansion steam engine. Coffee stands ready on a card table in the foreground.
The LEONARD B. MILLER in the ice with a deck load of vehicles 
Image  1936  Black and white snapshot of a deck load of Dodge and Plymouth cars and trucks on the Columbia Transportation Company steamboat LEONARD B. MILLER. Photograph taken by one of the engine crew
The LEONARD B. MILLER unloading coal 
Image  1936  Black and white photograph of the Columbia Transportation Company steamboat LEONARD B. MILLER unloading coal, probably in Milwaukee. Photograph taken by one of the engine crew
C. RUSSELL HUBBARD in the Soo Locks 
Image  c1936  Black and white photo of the Columbia Transportation Company steamboat C. RUSSELL HUBBARD in the lock at Sault Sainte Marie, MI Photograph taken by one of the engine crew of another steamboat.
The LEONARD B. MILLER unloading coal 
Image  1936  Black and white photograph of the Columbia Transportation Company steamboat LEONARD B. MILLER unloading coal, probably in Milwaukee. Photograph taken by one of the engine crew
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Tom Haver and the Columbia Transportation Company


Tom worked in the engine rooms of a number of the Columbia Transportation Company vessels in the mid-1930s. These are some of his collection of pictures