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S.S. Statendam
For Real Comfort New steamship STATENDAM Spring 1929 Funnels/Ventilators
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Chase Posters
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S.S. South American
SOUTH AMERICAN backing away from dock. Built at Ecorse, MI in 1914 for the Chicago, Duluth & Georgian Bay Transit Company (Georgian Bay Line) for passenger-only cruises. Superstructure burned in ordinary at Holland, Michigan in September, 1924 and was rebuilt that winter to the original plans. Second (dummy) funnel added. Sold, fall, 1967 to Seamen's International Union. Taken to east coast and engines and boilers removed, but never used as intended at the seamen's school at Piney point, MD. Scrapped in 1992 after years of decline and partial collapse of the superstructure.
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Edward O. Clark
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08 August 1971
M/V Apollon
M/V Apollon (ex. Lisieux) twin screw, turbine. 2942 tons, 313 ft. at Piraeus, Greece 1971.
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Braun Brothers
cruise, tourism, M/V Apollon, Apollon
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Atlantis
North Africa Sunshine Cruises - Spring 1936
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Chase Posters
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19 Ocober 1974
S.S. Statendam
Holland America Line's STATENDAM at New York. Vessel built at Schiedam, Netherlands in 1957.
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Braun Brothers
S.S. Statendam, Statendam
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S.S. South American
SOUTH AMERICAN port 1/4 view backing away. Built at Ecorse, MI in 1914 for the Chicago, Duluth & Georgian Bay Transit Company (Georgian Bay Line) for passenger-only cruises. Superstructure burned in ordinary at Holland, Michigan in September, 1924 and was rebuilt that winter to the oriignal plans. Second (dummy) funnel added. Sold, fall, 1967 to Seamen's International Union. Taken to east coast and engines and boilers removed, but never used as intended at the seamen's school at Piney point, MD. Scrapped in 1992 after years of decline and partial collapse of the superstructure.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. South American
SOUTH AMERICAN beautiful port 1/4 view getting underway. Built at Ecorse, MI in 1914 for the Chicago, Duluth & Georgian Bay Transit Company (Georgian Bay Line) for passenger-only cruises. Superstructure burned in ordinary at Holland, Michigan in September, 1924 and was rebuilt that winter to the oriignal plans. Second (dummy) funnel added. Sold, fall, 1967 to Seamen's International Union. Taken to east coast and engines and boilers removed, but never used as intended at the seamen's school at Piney point, MD. Scrapped in 1992 after years of decline and partial collapse of the superstructure.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. South American
View aft from the pilot house arop the boat deck house.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. South American
SOUTH AMERICAN stern view at dock in Detroit, MI. Built at Ecorse, MI in 1914 for the Chicago, Duluth & Georgian Bay Transit Company (Georgian Bay Line) for passenger-only cruises. Superstructure burned in ordinary at Holland, Michigan in September, 1924 and was rebuilt that winter to the oriignal plans. Second (dummy) funnel added. Sold, fall, 1967 to Seamen's International Union. Taken to east coast and engines and boilers removed, but never used as intended at the seamen's school at Piney point, MD. Scrapped in 1992 after years of decline and partial collapse of the superstructure.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. South American
Looking forward on the promenade deck.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. South American
Built at Ecorse, MI in 1914 for the Chicago, Duluth & Georgian Bay Transit Company (Georgian Bay Line) for passenger-only cruises. Superstructure burned in ordinary at Holland, Michigan in September, 1924 and was rebuilt that winter to the oriignal plans. Second (dummy) funnel added. Sold, fall, 1967 to Seamen's International Union. Taken to east coast and engines and boilers removed, but never used as intended at the seamen's school at Piney point, MD. Scrapped in 1992 after years of decline and partial collapse of the superstructure.
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Edward O. Clark
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22 May 1971
S.S. Oceanic
Home Lines' OCEANIC leaving New York. Vessel built at Monfalcone, Italy in 1965.
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Braun Brothers
S.S. Oceanic, Oceanic
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