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  • Kingston Whig Standard (Kingston, ON), Nov. 4, 1941
        Busy Days at Doomed Elevator Recalled by J.P. Gratton, Who Saw Sailing Ships in Port Here There is an unhappy man living at 75 Queen Street. Last evening he sat in his dusk filled living room and peered into the past - a past as irrevocably gone as the ...
      Busy Days at Doomed Elevator Recalled by J.P. Gratton, Who Saw Sailing ...
  • Kingston Whig Standard (Kingston, ON), Nov. 16, 1967
        50 Years Ago He talked to Survivors of Wreck An 86-year old Bath district man, George H. Gurren, talked 50 years ago to two of the survivors of the freighter George A. Marsh which sank near Pidgeon Island, about four miles south of Amherst Island in 1917. Reading the recent ...
      50 Years Ago He talked to Survivors of Wreck An 86-year old ...
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