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  • S. S. "City of St. Joseph" Goodrich Transit Co.
        "S. S. "City of St. Joseph" Goodrich Transit Co." Reverse: "Max Lau Colortype Co. Chicago"
      "S. S. "City of St. Joseph" Goodrich Transit Co." Reverse: "Max Lau ...
  • Steamer Virginia
        Photograph of the Goodrich Transportation Company steamboat VIRGINIA on a night cruise.
      Photograph of the Goodrich Transportation Company steamboat VIRGINIA on a night cruise.
  • Lake Michigan Sidewheel Steamship MILWAUKEE, 1859
        Lake Michigan Sidewheel Steamship MILWAUKEE, 1859
      Lake Michigan Sidewheel Steamship MILWAUKEE, 1859
  • MILWAUKEE
        MILWAUKEE Built 1859 at Buffalo, N. Y. HULL, 247 feet in length, 34 feet beam; 17 feet depth of hold. 1100 tons. ONE BEAM ENGINE, built by the Shepard Iron Works ofBuffalo, N. Y., 60 inches diameter of cylinder by 12 feet stroke, and of 1050 horse power. The MILWAUKEE ...
      MILWAUKEE Built 1859 at Buffalo, N. Y. HULL, 247 feet in length, ...
  • Lake Michigan Steamboat SHEBOYGAN, 1869
        Lake Michigan Steamboat SHEBOYGAN, 1869
      Lake Michigan Steamboat SHEBOYGAN, 1869
  • SHEBOYGAN
        Sheboygan: Built 1869, at Manitowoc, Wis. Hull, of wood built by G. S. Rand. Length of keel 208 feet; width of hull 32 feet; over guards 54 feet; depth of hold 12 feet. Engine, vertical beam; diameter of cylinder 50 inches, by 12 feet in length. Two boilers, by Buffalo ...
      Sheboygan: Built 1869, at Manitowoc, Wis. Hull, of wood built by G. ...
  • Lake Michigan Steamboat CHICAGO, 1874
        Lake Michigan Steamboat CHICAGO, 1874
      Lake Michigan Steamboat CHICAGO, 1874
  • Lake Michigan Steamboat CHICAGO, 1874
        Chicago: Built 1874 at Manitowoc, Wis. Hull, of wood, built by G. S. Rand. Length of Keel 205 feet; width of hull 30 feet; over guards 55 feet; depth of hold 12 feet. Engine, vertical beam; diameter of cylinder 46 inches, by 11 feet stroke Boilers, two, of iron; each ...
      Chicago: Built 1874 at Manitowoc, Wis. Hull, of wood, built by G. ...
  • Lake Michigan Passenger Propeller Petoskey, 1887
        Lake Michigan Passenger Propeller Petoskey, 1887
      Lake Michigan Passenger Propeller Petoskey, 1887
  • Petoskey
        Petoskey: Built 1887, at Manitowoc, Wis. Hull, of wood, constructed by Rand and Burger Length 171 feet 4 inches; breadth of beam 30 feet 3 inches; depth of hold 3 feet Engine, "Trout" fore and aft compound, built by King Iron Works, Buffalo, NY Diameter of cylinders 20 and 40 ...
      Petoskey: Built 1887, at Manitowoc, Wis. Hull, of wood, constructed by Rand ...
  • Great Lakes Propeller SOO CITY, 1888
        Great Lakes Propeller SOO CITY, 1888
      Great Lakes Propeller SOO CITY, 1888
  • SOO CITY
        Soo City: Built 1888, at West Bay City, Mich. Wooden Hull, constructed by F. W. Wheeler & Co. Length 171 feet, beam 33 feet 6 inches, and depth of hold 12 feet. One compound engine, by Samuel F. Hodge & Co., Detroit. Diameter of cylinders 22 and 42 inches by ...
      Soo City: Built 1888, at West Bay City, Mich. Wooden Hull, constructed ...
  • Great Lakes Steamship OWEGO, 1888
        Great Lakes Steamship OWEGO, 1888
      Great Lakes Steamship OWEGO, 1888
  • OWEGO
        Owego: Built 1888, at Buffalo, N.Y. by the Union Dry Dock Company Hull, of Steel. Length of keel 324 feet, over all 350 feet 7 inches; breadth of beam 41 feet 3 inches, depth of hold 13 feet 8 inches; from spar deck 25 1/2 feet. Engine, Triple Expansion. diameter ...
      Owego: Built 1888, at Buffalo, N.Y. by the Union Dry Dock Company ...
  • Great Lakes Car Ferry St. Ignace, 1888.
        Great Lakes Car Ferry St. Ignace, 1888.
      Great Lakes Car Ferry St. Ignace, 1888.
  • SAINT IGNACE
        Saint Ignace Built 1888, at Detroit, Mich., by the Detroit Dry Dock Company Hull, of Wood. Length of keel 198 1/2 feet; over all 231 feet; breadth of beam 51 feet; depth of hold 15 3/4 feet; moulded depth 24 feet; average draft of water 17 feet Engines, two, vertical ...
      Saint Ignace Built 1888, at Detroit, Mich., by the Detroit Dry Dock ...
  • Lake Michigan steamboat CITY OF CHICAGO, 1890
        Sketch of the Great Lakes steamboat CITY OF CHICAGO
      Sketch of the Great Lakes steamboat CITY OF CHICAGO
  • CITY OF CHICAGO
        City of Chicago Built 1890, at West Bay City, Mich. Hull, of steel constructed by F. W. Wheeler & Co. Length 226 feet, breadth of beam 34 feet; depth of hold 13 feet. Lengthened 1891, 12 feet, making total length 238 feet Engine, vertical beam, compound, built by the W. ...
      City of Chicago Built 1890, at West Bay City, Mich. Hull, of ...
  • Great Lakes Steamship W. H. GILCHER, 1892
        Great Lakes Steamship W. H. GILCHER, 1892
      Great Lakes Steamship W. H. GILCHER, 1892
  • W. H. GILCHER
        W. H. GILCHER Built 1891, at Cleveland, O by the Cleveland Shipbuilding Co. Hull, of Steel. Length of keel 301 1/2 feet; over all 320 feet; breadth of beam 41 feet; depth of hold 24 feet 4 inches Engine, Triple expansion. Diameter of cylinders 20,33 and 54 inches, by 40 ...
      W. H. GILCHER Built 1891, at Cleveland, O by the Cleveland Shipbuilding ...
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