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  • Osso (1902)
    Ship       Official No.: 112141; 42x8x4 Owned by J. H. Willmott, Beaumaris Ont. Built by Davis Drydock Co., Kingston 1902. ; Final Location: Beaumaris, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
    Ship     Official No.: 112141; 42x8x4 Owned by J. H. Willmott, Beaumaris Ont. Built by Davis Drydock Co., Kingston 1902. ; Final Location: Beaumaris, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
  • Newminko (1909)
    Ship       Official No.: 126413; 84x17x6 Owned by W. Hanna, Port Carling Ont. Built by W. Hanna, Gravenhurst 1909. Engine 9-18x14 by Doty Engine Works. ; Final Location: Beaumaris, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
    Ship     Official No.: 126413; 84x17x6 Owned by W. Hanna, Port Carling Ont. Built by W. Hanna, Gravenhurst 1909. Engine 9-18x14 by Doty Engine Works. ; Final Location: Beaumaris, Ontario, Canada, Burnt
  • Beaumaris Lake, Muskoka
    Imagecomment       F7. Beaumaris Lake, Muskoka; Views of "Canadian Scenery"; The T. Eaton Co. Limited, 190 Yonge St., Toronto, Can.
    Imagecomment     F7. Beaumaris Lake, Muskoka; Views of "Canadian Scenery"; The T. Eaton Co. Limited, 190 Yonge St., Toronto, Can.
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