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  • Subject: Steamboats
  • Decade: 1920-1929
  • Steamboat MISSISQUOI
        Black and white photograph of the Thousand Island Navigation Company steamboat MISSISQUOI Owned by the Thousand Islands Navigation Company from 1924 until she burned in 1928. There is a version of the photograph that clearly shows the Gananoque Inn in the background, owned by Clark Carnegie. Clark is the grandson ...
      Black and white photograph of the Thousand Island Navigation Company steamboat MISSISQUOI ...
  • State of Ohio (Steamboat), U125808, fire, 20 May 1924
        Reason: fire Lives: 1 Remarks: rebuilt into barge
      Reason: fire Lives: 1 Remarks: rebuilt into barge
  • BIRCHTON
        Photograph of Mathews Steamship Company canaller BIRCHTON, probably in one of the Saint Lawrence canals.
      Photograph of Mathews Steamship Company canaller BIRCHTON, probably in one of the ...
  • Large Lake Boat Loaded with Automobiles
        "Do Ck Y 2" "Ohio. Cleveland. Large Lake Boat Loaded with Automobiles; Yard Full of Cars Recently Unloaded. (1929)" "New York State Education Department Visual Instruction Division. Negative No. A13703"
      "Do Ck Y 2" "Ohio. Cleveland. Large Lake Boat Loaded with Automobiles; ...
  • The Tionesta, Typical Great Lakes Steamer, Lake Superior
        "32042 The Tionesta, Typical Great Lakes Steamer, Lake Superior" "43" "Keystone View Company Cpyrighted Manufacturers Publishers Made in U.S.A." "Meadville, Pa., New York, N. Y., Chicago, Ill., London, England"
      "32042 The Tionesta, Typical Great Lakes Steamer, Lake Superior" "43" "Keystone View ...
  • Noronic: Canada Steamship Lines Ltd. on Great Lakes Canada
        Coloured magic lantern slide of the Canada Steamship Lines steamboat NORONIC
      Coloured magic lantern slide of the Canada Steamship Lines steamboat NORONIC
  • Str. Chippewa, Sandusky, Put-In-Bay, Lakeside Route
        "Str. Chippewa, Sandusky, Put-In-Bay, Lakeside Route" Reverse: "Published by Alexander Manufacturing Co., Sandusky, Ohio. Made in U.S.A." "C. T. American Art"
      "Str. Chippewa, Sandusky, Put-In-Bay, Lakeside Route" Reverse: "Published by Alexander Manufacturing Co., ...
  • S. S. "City of St. Joseph" Goodrich Transit Co.
        "S. S. "City of St. Joseph" Goodrich Transit Co." Reverse: "Max Lau Colortype Co. Chicago"
      "S. S. "City of St. Joseph" Goodrich Transit Co." Reverse: "Max Lau ...
  • Str. "Greater Detroit"
        "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; ...
      "Str. "Greater Detroit" Length 550 feet. Width, 100 feet. Draught 16 feet. ...
  • Steamer HURONIC entering Duluth-Superior Harbor
        "Steamer HURONIC entering Duluth-Superior Harbor" Reverse: "Published by Duluth Photo Engraving Co., Duluth, Minn. Made in U.S.A." "C. T. American Art" "R-64163"
      "Steamer HURONIC entering Duluth-Superior Harbor" Reverse: "Published by Duluth Photo Engraving Co., ...
  • City of Holland (Steamboat), U126988, 1922
        ex CITY OF MACKINAC, CITY OF MACKINAC 11
      ex CITY OF MACKINAC, CITY OF MACKINAC 11
  • Montauk (Steamboat), U92294, 1927
        ex MONTAUK, KING EDWARD, FOREST CITY
      ex MONTAUK, KING EDWARD, FOREST CITY
  • W. J. Quinlan (Steamboat), U201064, 1927
        ex DAVENPORT
      ex DAVENPORT
  • Cape Diamond (Steamboat), C101261, 1920
        ex CAROLINA, MURRAY BAY,
      ex CAROLINA, MURRAY BAY,
  • George N. Roberts (Steamboat), U210805, 1928
        ex JOHN L. LOWRY, WILLIAM P. HALL
      ex JOHN L. LOWRY, WILLIAM P. HALL
  • Percy Swain (Steamboat), U91422, 1920
        ex MINNIE
      ex MINNIE
  • Rotarian (Steamboat), U106652, 1925
        ex A. WEHRLE Jr.
      ex A. WEHRLE Jr.
  • Dover (Steamboat), U120796, 1927
        ex FRANK E. KIRBY, SILVER SPRAY
      ex FRANK E. KIRBY, SILVER SPRAY
  • Keystone (Steamboat), U126333, 1929
        ex CITY OF CLEVELAND, CITY OF ST. IGNACE
      ex CITY OF CLEVELAND, CITY OF ST. IGNACE
  • Wolf Islander (Steamboat), C116763, 1920
        ex TOM FAWCETT
      ex TOM FAWCETT
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