Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Fading photograph of the North Shore Navigation Company steamboat KATHLEEN (renamed CITY OF LONDON in 1893) with a wharf piled with lumber in the background. A variety of the crew pose for the camera, possibly alongside the owners. The engineers stand at the opening on the main deck. The captain is probably the uniformed figure on top of the pilot house. There are more women than were usually found working on board ship in that period.