Maritime History of the Great Lakes

Scanner, v. 34, no. 9 (Mid-Summer 2002), p. 15

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15. GREAT LAKE MEMORIES From the collection of Don McCartney come two spectacular images of the inte­ rior of HAMONIC. The upper photo shows the "ladies' lounge" forward on the spar deck. The un­ usual fireplace is still in place, but the round table has been replaced by a boardroom-type table and wicker chairs. The lower photo is a great view of the observation room on the boat deck, as seen looking forward from the head of the stairway leading up from the pro­ menade deck. Note the woodwork and the painting at the forward end of the cle­ restory. The shiny item which can be seen over the display case doors at the far forward end of the room is the builder's plate, strangely placed inside rather than forward and on an outside bulkhead. * * * * *

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