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  • St. Joseph Herald-Press (St. Joseph, MI), Friday, 21 September 1923
        The 24 September 1923 edition of the Herald-Press reported that searchers had found an oil slick, grape baskets and basket covers, and and running lights from the Forrelle about three miles from Milwaukee...
      The 24 September 1923 edition of the Herald-Press reported that searchers had ...
  • St. Joseph Herald-Press (St. Joseph, MI), Monday, 28 June 1937
        The motor fish tug "Isabell H.," owned by John Mollhagen, was sunk at its dock near the Highway bridge early Sunday morning. The fish tug was crushed by the tanker "Comet," which was turning in the basin after unloading a cargo of gasoline. Witnesses said the "Comet" was turning ...
      The motor fish tug "Isabell H.," owned by John Mollhagen, was sunk ...
  • St. Joseph Herald-Press (St. Joseph, MI), 12 June 1940
        Two small boats, which were maneuvering too close to the shore, ran aground on the north beaches yesterday afternoon. Captain William Fisher and members of the St. Joseph coast guard crew floated one of them and were attempting to float the other. A half dozen members of Ship 10 ...
      Two small boats, which were maneuvering too close to the shore, ran ...
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