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The steamer MACASSA in the Burlington Canal 
ImageComments  c 1888  Photograph of the Burlington Canal, looking out toward the Lake, from the top of the Royal Hamilton Yacht Club house. The steamer MACASSA is passing the swing bridge built by the Hamilton & NorthWestern Ry. in 1876. The Main Light Station was established in 1838. In the foreground is one of the...
The steamer MACASSA entering Toronto harbour 
ImageComments  c 1888  Used to illustrate Ivan S. Brookes, Hamilton Harbor, 1826-1901 .
Steamer MACASSA  Toronto 
Image  c1906  Coloured postcard showing the arrival of the Hamilton Steamboat Company steamboat MACASSA from a moonlight cruise at the wharf at Toronto. If that is Toronto behind the MACASSA, then the moon has been drawn in the northern sky. A night version of the daylight image. Undivided back. Postally unused.
Steamer Macassa 
Image  1896,   Engraving of Hamilton Steamboat Company passenger steamboat MACASSA published in John Ross Robertson, Landmarks of Toronto : A Collection of Historical Sketches of the Old Town of York From 1792 until 1833, and of Toronto From 1834 to 1895 [volume 2] , Toronto: J. Ross Roberston, 1896, page...

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