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  • Subject: Steamboats
  • Decade: 1910-1919
  • Toronto (Steamboat), 30 Jan 1910
        new captain
      new captain
  • Chippewa (Steamboat), sunk, 18 Jul 1912
        Reason: sunk Lives: nil Remarks: Raised
      Reason: sunk Lives: nil Remarks: Raised
  • Flora (Steamboat), U120210, fire, 2 Dec 1912
        Reason: fire Lives: 2 Remarks: Total loss
      Reason: fire Lives: 2 Remarks: Total loss
  • Steamer PORT COLBORNE loading cement at Port Colborne
        Black and white photograph of the PORT COLBORNE loading cement at Port Colborne.
      Black and white photograph of the PORT COLBORNE loading cement at Port ...
  • NORTH KING
        Photograph of the Canada Steamship Lines steamboat NORTH KING at what appears to be Rockport, ON.
      Photograph of the Canada Steamship Lines steamboat NORTH KING at what appears ...
  • Huron (Steamboat), U157173, aground, 1 Jul 1914
        Reason: aground Lives: nil Remarks: Got off
      Reason: aground Lives: nil Remarks: Got off
  • Phoenix (Steamboat), fire, 5 Sep 1919
        Reason: fire Remarks: Total loss
      Reason: fire Remarks: Total loss
  • City of Alpena
        "City of Alpena" "157" Reverse: H. L. Woebleer, Buffalo, N. Y. & Dresden, Germany 124158
      "City of Alpena" "157" Reverse: H. L. Woebleer, Buffalo, N. Y. & ...
  • The Last Boat of the Season at Owen Sound, Ont., Canada
        "The Last Boat of the Season at Owen Sound, Ont., Canada" "106,816" Reverse: "The Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., Ltd. Montreal and Toronto Printed in Great Britain"
      "The Last Boat of the Season at Owen Sound, Ont., Canada" "106,816" ...
  • Steamer "Rochester" on Lake Ontario
        "Steamer "Rochester" on Lake Ontario"
      "Steamer "Rochester" on Lake Ontario"
  • The Last Boat of the Season at Port Arthur, Ont., Canada
        "The Last Boat of the Season at Port Arthur, Ont., Canada" "106,816" Reverse: "The Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., Ltd. Montreal and Toronto Printed in Great Britain"
      "The Last Boat of the Season at Port Arthur, Ont., Canada" "106,816" ...
  • City of Meaford
        Black and white real photo postcard of J. Perkes & Son's CITY OF MEAFORD, later owned by the Collingwood Steamship Company. Built in Meaford ans launched as the SEAMAN in 1906, the CITY OF MEAFORD burned in Collingwood in May 1919.
      Black and white real photo postcard of J. Perkes & Son's CITY ...
  • Steamer "Rochester" at Night
        "Steamer "Rochester" at Night" "Souvo Chrome Superior Quality Post Card [SCPOC logo]
      "Steamer "Rochester" at Night" "Souvo Chrome Superior Quality Post Card [SCPOC logo]
  • Steamer Mineral City on Clinton River, Mt. Clemens, Mich.
        "Steamer Mineral City on Clinton River, Mt. Clemens, Mich." Reverse: "Printed in Germany"
      "Steamer Mineral City on Clinton River, Mt. Clemens, Mich." Reverse: "Printed in ...
  • Steamer NORTHWEST
        "Steamer NORTHWEST"
      "Steamer NORTHWEST"
  • Steamship "Holland" (Chicago and Holland Line)
        "Steamship "Holland" (Chicago and Holland Line)" Reverse: "No. 1252 M. O Mannon Pub. Co., Chicago"
      "Steamship "Holland" (Chicago and Holland Line)" Reverse: "No. 1252 M. O Mannon ...
  • Steamer CITY OF CHICAGO leaving harbor of St. Joseph, Mich.
        "Steamer CITY OF CHICAGO leaving harbor of St. Joseph, Mich." Reverse: "No. 2. Publ. by Burkhard Bros.: St. Joseph, Mich."
      "Steamer CITY OF CHICAGO leaving harbor of St. Joseph, Mich." Reverse: "No. ...
  • Steamer "City of Detroit III" D. & C. Line at Night
        "Steamer "City of Detroit III" D &c. Line at Night" Reverse: "1354 CITY OF DETROIT III OF THE D. & C. LINE, AT NIGHT. Cost $1,500,000. Operates between Detroit and Buffalo in connection with steamer "City of Cleveland." This is the largest and finest side-wheel steamer afloat, being 500 feet ...
      "Steamer "City of Detroit III" D &c. Line at Night" Reverse: "1354 ...
  • R. & O. Navigation Coy's Steamer, "Montreal"
        "R. & O. Nav. Co's Steamer, "Montreal"; "103,015" Reverse: "The Valentine & Sons' Publishing Co., Ltd. Montreal and Toronto; Printed in Great Britain"
      "R. & O. Nav. Co's Steamer, "Montreal"; "103,015" Reverse: "The Valentine & ...
  • Steamer "City of Detroit III"
        "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"
      "Steamer "City of Detroit III"" Reverse: "City of Detroit III Costing $1,500,000, ...
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