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  • Quick Trip with Injured Man
    Grand Rapids Press (Grand Rapids, MI), 20 Jun 1908, p. 2     Quick Trip with Injured man. (Special to The Evening Press) Benton Harbor, June 20.-- Plowing through the waters of Lake Michigan as fast as steam will carry her is the salt barge Edward Buckley. The boat is running a race with death. Aboard the vessel, critically injured, is ...
    Grand Rapids Press (Grand Rapids, MI), 20 Jun 1908, p. 2   Quick Trip with Injured man. (Special to The Evening Press) Benton Harbor, ...
  • Lake Hero Is Dead
    Grand Rapids Press (Grand Rapids, MI), 26 Aug 1909, p. 5     Lake Hero Is Dead (special to The Evening Press) Manistee, Aug. 26.--Capt. Charles Gnewuch, one of the best known tug and steamboat captains on Lake Michigan, is dead of pneumonia. He was seventy-three years of age and had sailed out of the harbor for the last ...
    Grand Rapids Press (Grand Rapids, MI), 26 Aug 1909, p. 5   Lake Hero Is Dead (special to The Evening Press) Manistee, Aug. 26.--Capt. ...
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