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Subject:  Steamboats  Decade:  1930  Sort by:  Relevance
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Canadian SS Elmbay at Toronto 1931 
Image  1931  Black and white photographic postcard of the Tree Line Navigation Company steamboat ELMBAY at Toronto in 1931. Built in Saint Nazaire, France in 1919, the ELMBAY was owned by a subsidiary of the Ogilvie Flour Milling Company of Montreal. "Can S.S. "Elmbay" at Toronto 1931 2794" Reverse: "From...
"Midland City" on her daily trip through the 30000 ids 
Image  c1935  Real Photo postcard of the Georgian Bay Tourist Company steamboat MIDLAND CITY in the 30,000 islands of Georgian Bay ex MAUD and AMERICA, the MIDLAND CITY was moved to Georgian Bay in 1921 and converted from a paddlewheeler to a screw propeller in 1933 "Midland City" on her daily trip through the...
S. S. "Assiniboia" in locks at Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario 
Image  c 1930  Linen postcard of the Canadian Pacific Railway steamboat ASSINIBOIA in the Canadian locks at the Sault Sainte Marie canal "S. S. "Assiniboia" in locks at Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario" Reverse: "The Canadian canal, one and one-eighth miles long, 150 ft. wide and 23 ft. deep, with lock 900 ft. long and...
Steamer Windsor Entering Port in a Storm, Sodus Bay, N.Y. 
Image  c 1930  Although identified as the WINDSOR this is probably the Canada Steamship Lines canaller CITY OF WINDSOR entering Sodus Bay, New York during a storm. A small lighthouse stands at the end of the pier. A coloured linen divided back postcard. "Steamer Windsor Entering Port in a Storm, Sodus Bay,...
Brockville 
Image  c 1931  Black and white real photo postcard of the steamboat BROCKVILLE Built in Toronto in 1898 for the Brockville Navigation Company
The Canada Steamship Lines steamboats KINGSTON (on the left) and TORONTO 
Image  c 1930  A real photo postcard of the Canada Steamship Line passenger steamboats KINGSTON and TORONTO at what appears to be the company's Toronto wharf. The word CANADA can be seen just to the left of the TORONTO's upper deck.
The Canada Steamship Lines steamboat KINGSTON 
Image  c 1935  A black and white photograph of the Canada Steamship Lines passenger steamboat KINGSTON passing two youths in a small boat.
Freighter Pathfinder in Heavy Sea Geo Bay 
Image  c1935  Real Photo postcard of the Upper Lakes Shipping steamboat PATHFINDER on Georgian Bay in fairly heavy seas. Built in 1906 as SAMUEL MATHER she was renamed PATHFINDER in 1925, and was subsequently known as GODERICH "Frieghter Pathfinder in Heavy Sea Geo Bay J.W. Bald Midland" Reverse: "Real Photo...
S.S. Ontario, Cobourg, Ontario 
Image  c 1930  Coloured postcard of the Ontario Car Ferry Company railroad car ferry ONTARIO No. 1 entering the harbour at Cobourg. Divided back. Postally unused. "SS Ontario Cobourg, Ontario" Reverse: "The Photogelatine Engraving Co., Ltd., Toronto"
Steamer KINGSTON at Toronto in winter 
Image  c 1930  Black and white, lithographed stereoview of the Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Company steamboat KINGSTON laid up for the winter at Toronto.
Freighter approaching Lock No. 2, from North, Welland Ship Canal 
Image  c 1930  ...One of a series of twelve photographs of the Welland Canal taken about 1930....
Lock 2, Welland Ship Canal 
ImageComments  c 1930  ...One of a series of twelve photographs of the Welland Canal taken about 1930....
Emptying Lock No. 2, Welland Ship Canal, Canada 
ImageCommentsMysteries  c 1930  ...One of a series of twelve photographs of the Welland Canal taken about 1930....
Str. "Midland City" and Delawana Inn, Honey Harbour, 30,000 Islands, Georgian Bay. 
Image  c1930  Real Photo postcard of the Georgian Bay Tourist Company steamboat MIDLAND CITY at Honey Harbour on Georgian Bay MIDLAND CITY was converted from a paddlewheeler to a screw propeller in 1933. Postally used. "Str. "Midland City" and Delawana Inn, Honey Hrbour, 30,000 Islands, Georgian Bay." "Photo...
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.
DAVID Z. NORTON 
Image  c1936  Black and white real photo postcard of the Columbia Transportation Company steamboat DAVID Z. NORTON. Behind the NORTON is another steamboat with steam up and headed in the opposite direction. "381 David Z. Norton Pesha Photo"

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