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  • NASSAU, formerly GLENCAIRN
        NASSAU, formerly GLENCAIRN, deteriorated considerably during her many years of idleness at South Chicago.
      NASSAU, formerly GLENCAIRN, deteriorated considerably during her many years of idleness at ...
  • Wawatam (Propeller), aground, 29 Jul 1903
        Reason: aground Lives: nil Freight: iron ore Remarks: Got off ...
      Reason: aground Lives: nil Freight: iron ore Remarks: Got off ...
  • Yankee Blade (Schooner), U27516, aground, 3 Jun 1882
        Reason: aground Lives: nil Freight: cedar posts Remarks: Got off ...
      Reason: aground Lives: nil Freight: cedar posts Remarks: Got off ...
  • Repairing SYLVANIA a lake carrier after a collision
        Photograph of the SYLVANIA at the dock of the Chicago Ship Building Company in the Calumet River after her collision with the SIR HENRY BESSEMER. Most of the repair work is being done on the shore (port) side. In the background to the left is the Merritt A grain elevator ...
      Photograph of the SYLVANIA at the dock of the Chicago Ship Building ...
  • Thunder Bay (1895)
        Other Names: Malta; Pinebranch (1937); Empire Stickleback; Pinebranch; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1913) as Malta First Rebuild: Official Number: 131060 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 247 x 40 -- 1870 tons Rebuilt: Lauzon, Quebec, Canada in 1921 Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw Rebuilt: Sorel, Quebec, Canada 247x40x20. Owned by Northwest Steamship Co., Port Arthur, ...
      Other Names: Malta; Pinebranch (1937); Empire Stickleback; Pinebranch; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1913) ...
  • Cadillac (1892)
        Other Names: Maplehurst (1920); Official No.: 138230; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1916) 235x37x15 Owned by Canadian Interlake Line 1912; Canada Steamship Lines 1916. Built by Chicago Shipbuilding Co. 1892. Engine 15-25-42x30 by Cleveland Shipbuilding Co. Wrecked upper entrance Keewenaw Channel, Lake Superior in gale 01/12/22, 11 killed. ; Final Location: Lake ...
      Other Names: Maplehurst (1920); Official No.: 138230; Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1916) 235x37x15 ...
  • Repairing a lake carrier after a collision
        Photograph of the work being done on the SYLVANIA at the dock of the Chicago Ship Building Company in the Calumet River after her collision with the SIR HENRY BESSEMER. In the background is the Merritt A grain elevator with the SCRANTON moored in front.
      Photograph of the work being done on the SYLVANIA at the dock ...
  • B. No. 17 (Scow), U31609, sunk, 1914
        Reason: sunk Lives: nil Remarks: Total loss ...
      Reason: sunk Lives: nil Remarks: Total loss ...
  • O. Shaw (Schooner), U19332, sunk, 1 Aug 1904
        Reason: sunk Lives: nil Freight: cordwood Remarks: Total loss ...
      Reason: sunk Lives: nil Freight: cordwood Remarks: Total loss ...
  • Ore docks, blast furnaces & steel mills, South Chicago, Ill., International Harvester Co., Chicago, Ill.
        Ore docks, blast furnaces & steel mills, South Chicago, Ill., International Harvester Co., Chicago, Ill.; Merchant Mill No. 2; Labratory [sic] and Office.
      Ore docks, blast furnaces & steel mills, South Chicago, Ill., International Harvester ...
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