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  • C. H. McCULLOUGH JR., THOMAS F. COLE  and D. M. CLEMSON at Thunder Bay
        C. H. McCULLOUGH JR. (left), THOMAS F. COLE (right) and D. M. CLEMSON (rear) at Thunder Bay, as seen from COLE's bridge.
      C. H. McCULLOUGH JR. (left), THOMAS F. COLE (right) and D. M. ...
  • THOMAS F. COLE in the Soo locks
        "Soo Locks (US) Reel No. 25" "July 1957"
      "Soo Locks (US) Reel No. 25" "July 1957"
  • THOMAS F. COLE descending the Soo lock
        "Soo Locks (US) Reel No. 25" "July 1957"
      "Soo Locks (US) Reel No. 25" "July 1957"
  • THOMAS F. COLE in the Soo locks
        "Soo Locks (US) Reel No. 25" "July 1957"
      "Soo Locks (US) Reel No. 25" "July 1957"
  • THOMAS F. COLE entering one of the Soo locks
        "Soo Locks (US) Reel No. 25" "July 1957"
      "Soo Locks (US) Reel No. 25" "July 1957"
  • First Lumber Boat Arrives
    Evening News (North Tonawanda, NY), 5 May 1913, p. 1, column 4     FIRST LUMBER BOAT ARRIVES Steamer Edward Buckley Has Aboard 600,000 Feet of Hemlock. IRON CITY GOES DOWN Schooner Rammed in St. Clair River by Steel Freighter Thomas F. Cole -- Captain and Crew of Vessel Escaped in Life ...
    Evening News (North Tonawanda, NY), 5 May 1913, p. 1, column 4   FIRST LUMBER BOAT ARRIVES Steamer Edward Buckley Has Aboard 600,000 Feet of ...
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