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Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), December 16, 1902 
TextNewspapers  Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), December 16, 1902,   Rochester , Dec. 16. - The crew of the schooner JOHN R. NOYES of Cleveland , five in all, was rescued by Capt. Gray and his crew of surfmen and landed safely at Lakeside. It was one of the most gallant struggles with wind and waves ever fought on the Great Lakes. The schooner had been ...
Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), Friday, August 5, 1881 
TextNewspapers  Cleveland Herald (Cleveland, OH), Friday, August 5, 1881,   The history of the tug LADY FRANKLIN is given by a Kingston exchange: The tug LADY FRANKLIN is being torn to pieces and the engine taken out for transference to the tug now building. The old boiler will not be used. The FRANKLIN was built in Cleveland in 1861 by Quayle & Martin. For some ...
Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), Monday, July 22, 1889 
TextNewspapers  Buffalo Evening News (Buffalo, NY), Monday, July 22, 1889,   Boiler Explosion. Narrow Escape of the Engineer and Fireman of the Steamer LOTUS SEEKER Thousand Island Park, July 22. - The boiler of the LOTUS SEEKER was blown up yesterday afternoon while lying at the private dock of her owner, E. R. Holden of new York, and vice-president of the Delaware,...
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Kingston Newspaper clippings