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  • 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., ...
  • S. S. Huronic and S. S. Assiniboia locking through at Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
        "S. S. Huronic and S. S. Assiniboia locking through at Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario-3" Reverse: "The Canadian canal, one and one-eighth miles long, 150 ft. wide and 23 ft. deep, with lock 900 ft. long and 60 ft. wide, was built in 1888-95. Hon. Collingwood Schreiber was chief engineer and ...
      "S. S. Huronic and S. S. Assiniboia locking through at Sault Ste. ...
  • Harbor of Fort William -- Steamer Huronic leaving for Detroit -- Ontario Canada
        "9465 Harbor of Fort William -- Steamer Huronic leaving for Detroit -- Ontario Canada" "Copyright 1906 by H. C. White Co." "The "PERFEC" Stereograph. (Trade Mark) "Patented April 14, 1903. Other Patents Pending." "H. C. White Co. Gen'l Offices N. Bennington, Vt., U.S.A." "Branch Offices: New York, Chicago, London"
      "9465 Harbor of Fort William -- Steamer Huronic leaving for Detroit -- ...
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