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Subject:  Steamboats  Year:  1917  Sort by:  Relevance
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City of Meaford 
Image  c 1917  Black and white real photo postcard of J. Perkes & Son's CITY OF MEAFORD, later owned by the Collingwood Steamship Company. Built in Meaford ans launched as the SEAMAN in 1906, the CITY OF MEAFORD burned in Collingwood in May 1919.
Str. Seeandbee 
ImageComments  c1917  Coloured linen postcard of the Cleveland & Buffalo Transit Company steamboat SEEANDBEE on Lake Erie Divided back postcard. Postmarked Cleveland, 10 Sep 1921 "71060 Str. Seeandbee Length 500 feet - breadth 98 feet 6 inches - 510 staterooms - speed 22 miles per hour" Reverse: "Phostint" Made only by...
Steamer "City of Detroit III" 
Image  c1917  Coloured linen postcard of the Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Company steamboat CITY OF DETROIT III on Lake Erie Divided back linen postcard. Postally unused "Steamer "City of Detroit III"" Reverse: "City of Detroit III Costing $1,500,000, operating between Detroit and Buffalo -- Length 500 feet,...
St. Aurent (Steamboat), fire, 9 Oct 1917 
TextNewspapers  1917  ...St. LAURENT, built St. Nicholas, Quebec 1880 as side-wheel steamer BROTHERS, renamed 1900, the 262 gross ton passenger steamer burnt in the Cornwall Canal October 19, 1917. Canadian Official No. 80735, of 127 x 25 x 8.       Preliminary List of Canadian...
C. & B. Line Steamer, "City of Buffalo." 
ImageComments  c1917  ...Divided back postcard. Postmarked Buffalo, NY, 3 Jul 1917...
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