c 1890 The Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Company steamer ALGERIAN berthed at Swift's Wharf in Kingston Used to illustrate Ivan S. Brookes, Hamilton Harbor, 1826-1901 . This image also appears in Walter Lewis and Rick Neilson's The River Palace , 2008.
c 1890 Stereoview of a group of passengers on the promenade deck of the Niagara Navigation Company steamboat CHICORA. Publication of this view must have pre-dated the move of Underwood & Underwood's headquarters to New York in 1891. C. Bierstadt, Publisher, Niagara Falls, NY; Sold only by Underwood &...
c 1890 Stereoview of the Niagara Navigation Company steamboat CIBOLA on Lake Ontario. Publication of this view must have pre-dated the move of Underwood & Underwood's headquarters to New York in 1891. A pen note on the reverse says" bought at the house by C. Hansen May 1891 Price 14 cents" C....
c 1890 Mounted black and white photograph of Kingston Harbour from the late nineteenth century. The picture predates the large grain elevators that were a feature of the waterfron by the turn of the century. The one steamboat appears in the company of several schooners moored at wharves to the...
..."4051 Evening, a View on Lake Erie" "Copyright 1890
G. H. Graves, Philadelphia" "Sold only by The Universal Photo Art Co."
Reverse: "G. H. Graves, Publisher of Standard Views." "W. M. Chase, Publisher of Colored Views. $2.00 per doz. The Universal Photo Art Co. Philadelphia: 24 North Ninth Street...
...Photograph of Oswego harbor from the bridge in 1890
. A number of schooners can be seen lining the western (left) side of the harbour, along with a couple of tugs. Beside them can be seen the North-western Elevator and a building labelled Lehigh Valley Coal. Timber lines the wharves. In the center...
c 1890 Stereoview of a group of passengers on the promenade deck of the Niagara Navigation Company steamboat CHICORA. Publication of this view must have pre-dated the move of Underwood & Underwood's headquarters to New York in 1891. 52 Deck of the CHICORA on Lake Ontario
C. Bierstadt, Publisher,
... Hulls, 1890
Paddle wheel steamer EMPRESS.* Official canadian No. 73086. Built at Ottawa, Ont. in 1873, rebuilt at Montreal in 1886. Of 678 tons gross; 372 tons reg. Home...
side wheel steamer MANITOBA. Of 524 tons. Built at Port Robinson in 1871 by Simpson. Owned by C. L. S. T. Co. REMARKS. -- Now CARMONA, passenger.
Inland Lloyds Vessel Register, 1890
...; Inland Lloyds Vessel Register
Canadian Hulls, 1890
...; Canadian Hulls, 1890
Side wheel steamer SADIE. Of 126 tons. Built at Oakville in 1885 by Andrews...
.... - Philadelphia Times.
Friday, October 31, 1890
...; Buffalo Morning Express
January 18, 1890
... along the Bay of Quinte. He is a genial, obliging fellow and we are assured will make many friends in the west. Confidence repoured in him will not be misplaced.
Daily British Whig, Kingston
April 24, 1890
...Quebec Division: - On the 22nd. September (1890
) the steamer "ALGERIAN," on her way to Toronto, struck the pier of the canal at Cornwall, and damaged her stem and stove in two plates, which were repaired.
Steamboat Inspection Report
...The steam yacht CATHARINE, at about 11 P. M., on the 17th. July 1890
, was lost between Alexandria Bay and Grenadier Island, in the St. Lawrence River, by collision with the American steamer St. LAWRENCE. Four passengers of the CATHARINE were, with her engineer, drowned.
...; May 6, 1890
The steamer ALEXANDRIA passed here this morning bound for Picton where she will go on the ways for repairs. The steamer HIRAM A. CALVIN and CHIEFTAN pulled her off. She had several planks smashed and three frames are gone. She was patched up so...
...Steamer NORSEMAN ran into the schooner JESSIE McDONALD at Charlotte Sunday, carrying away her forerigging. A hole was stove in the NORSEMAN's side.
Daily British Whig, Kingston
May 28, 1890
...,000 on his contract to raise the sunken ARMSTRONG. The boat is insured but the machinery not. The McARTHUR was worth between $15,000 and $18,000.
Detroit Free Press
April 26, 1890
... of the collision was the loss of the steering gear aboard the CITY OF DETROIT. The KASOTA is a total loss, being cut almost completely in two.
Port Huron Daily Times
Friday, July 18, 1890