The Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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  • Muskegon (Steamboat), U125906, aground, 20 Oct 1919
    TextNewspaper       Reason: aground
    Lives: 29
    Remarks: Total loss
    ...
    TextNewspaper     Reason: aground
    Lives: 29
    Remarks: Total loss
    ...
  • Phoenix (Steamboat), fire, 5 Sep 1919
    TextNewspaper       Reason: fire
    Remarks: Total loss
    ...
    TextNewspaper     Reason: fire
    Remarks: Total loss
    ...
  • Steamer SEEANDBEE between Buffalo and Cleveland
    Image       "Steamer SEEANDBEE between Buffalo and Cleveland"
    Image     "Steamer SEEANDBEE between Buffalo and Cleveland"
  • Concrete - central elevators, total capacity 4,500,000 bushels, Eastern Grain, Mill & Elevator Corporation, Buffalo, N.Y.
    Imagecomment       Panoramic photograph of a laker unloading a one of the major new concrete grain elevators on the Buffalo waterfront.
    Imagecomment     Panoramic photograph of a laker unloading a one of the major new concrete grain elevators on the Buffalo waterfront.
  • Rita B. (Steamboat), C103099, 1919
    TextNewspaper       ex CHATEAUGAY,...
    TextNewspaper     ex CHATEAUGAY,...
  • Ohio. Cleveland. Numerous Lake Vessels in Inner Harbor (1919)
    Image       "Ohio. Cleveland. Numerous Lake Vessels in Inner Harbor (1919)" "New York State Education Department. Visual Instruction Division. Negative No. B13704"
    Image     "Ohio. Cleveland. Numerous Lake Vessels in Inner Harbor (1919)" "New York State Education Department. Visual Instruction Division. Negative No. B13704"
  • Hamonic
    Imagecomment       Black and white photograph of the Northern Navigation Company steamboat HAMONIC.
    Imagecomment     Black and white photograph of the Northern Navigation Company steamboat HAMONIC.
  • Hamonic and Noronic at Port Arthur, 1918
    Imagecomment       Reverse: "J. [W. Bald] Midland"
    Imagecomment     Reverse: "J. [W. Bald] Midland"
  • IOCOMA
    Image       Photograph of the Imperial Oil, Ltd. canal sized oil tanker IOCOMA
    Image     Photograph of the Imperial Oil, Ltd. canal sized oil tanker IOCOMA
  • Wenonah (Steamboat), U204457, 1918
    TextNewspaper       ex LITTLE CLYDE...
    TextNewspaper     ex LITTLE CLYDE...
  • Clyde (Steamboat), U125086, 1918
    TextNewspaper       ex PECTAN...
    TextNewspaper     ex PECTAN...
  • St. Aurent (Steamboat), fire, 9 Oct 1917
    TextNewspaper       Reason: fire
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: total loss
    ...
    TextNewspaper     Reason: fire
    Lives: nil
    Remarks: total loss
    ...
  • Steamer "City of Detroit III"
    Image       "Steamer "City of Detroit III"" Reverse: "City of Detroit III Costing $1,500,000, operating between Detroit and Buffalo -- Length 500 feet, 100 feet wide, 600 Staterooms, 50 Parlors, private verandas, telephones in every room." "A-24765" "C. T. American Art"
    Image     "Steamer "City of Detroit III"" Reverse: "City of Detroit III Costing $1,500,000, operating between Detroit and Buffalo -- Length 500 feet, 100 feet wide, 600 Staterooms, 50 Parlors, private verandas, ...
  • C. & B. Line Steamer, "City of Buffalo."
    Imagecomment       "C. & B. Line Steamer, "City of Buffalo." Reverse: "159 Published by Braun Post Card Co., Cleveland, Ohio, Made in U. S. A."
    Imagecomment     "C. & B. Line Steamer, "City of Buffalo." Reverse: "159 Published by Braun Post Card Co., Cleveland, Ohio, Made in U. S. A."
  • Str. Seeandbee
    Imagecomment       "71060 Str. Seeandbee Length 500 feet - breadth 98 feet 6 inches - 510 staterooms - speed 22 miles per hour" Reverse: "Phostint" Made only by Detroit Publishing Co."
    Imagecomment     "71060 Str. Seeandbee Length 500 feet - breadth 98 feet 6 inches - 510 staterooms - speed 22 miles per hour" Reverse: "Phostint" Made only by Detroit Publishing Co."
  • City of Meaford
    Image       Black and white real photo postcard of J. Perkes & Son's CITY OF MEAFORD, later owned by the Collingwood Steamship Company.
    Image     Black and white real photo postcard of J. Perkes & Son's CITY OF MEAFORD, later owned by the Collingwood Steamship Company.
  • Duchess of York (Steamboat), C103342, 9 Jun 1916
    TextNewspaper       excursions to Erie Beach...
    TextNewspaper     excursions to Erie Beach...
  • Pewabic (Steamboat), 1 Jun 1916
    TextNewspaper       salvage attempt...
    TextNewspaper     salvage attempt...
  • Seeandbee (Steamboat), 1 May 1916
    TextNewspaper       excursions begin...
    TextNewspaper     excursions begin...
  • City of Buffalo (Steamboat), 1 May 1916
    TextNewspaper       excursions begin...
    TextNewspaper     excursions begin...
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