The Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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  • Forward Deck, showing Pilot House. Steamer Greater Buffalo
    Image       "Forward Deck, showing Pilot House. Steamer Greater Buffalo" Reverse: "National Railway News Co. Inc."
    Image     "Forward Deck, showing Pilot House. Steamer Greater Buffalo" Reverse: "National Railway News Co. Inc."
  • Str. "Greater Detroit"
    Imagecomment       "Str. "Greater Detroit" Length 550 feet. Width, 100 feet. Draught 16 feet. Tonnage, 4,500. Horsepower, 12,000. Speed 21 miles" Reverse: "Pub. by National Railway news Co. Inc." "New Steamers Greater Detroit -- Greater Buffalo. The two largest steamers of their type in the world, each having 26 parlors with bath; ...
    Imagecomment     "Str. "Greater Detroit" Length 550 feet. Width, 100 feet. Draught 16 feet. Tonnage, 4,500. Horsepower, 12,000. Speed 21 miles" Reverse: "Pub. by National Railway news Co. Inc." "New Steamers Greater ...
  • Large Iron Ore Boat Coming into Sabin Locks, Sault Ste. Marie, Mich.
    Image       ... in 1923 at Toledo, Ohio by Toledo Shipbuilding Company for Kinsman Transit...
    Image     ... in 1923 at Toledo, Ohio by Toledo Shipbuilding Company for Kinsman Transit...
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