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S.S. Richard Borden
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Wilfred Warren
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S.S. Richard Borden
Double-ended steamer RICHARD BORDEN
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Edwin A. Patt
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S.S. Richard Borden
Double-ended steamer RICHARD BORDEN, built for service on Narragansett Bay.
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Wilfred Warren
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S.S. Quonset
QUONSET a)ELIZABETH MONROE SMITH b)BOJANGLES (before rebuild) bow view, SPRIGG CARROLL (right), sub chaser (left) at Shaw's Cove in New London, CT.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Pvt. Joseph F. Merrell
Staten Island ferry PVT. JOSEPH F. MERRELL off the St. George ferry terminal.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Pvt. Joseph F. Merrell
Staten Island ferry PVT. JOSEPH F. MERRELL, built at Staten Island, NY in 1951, tied up at the Whitehall St. Ferry Terminal in Manhattan.
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Braun Brothers
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S.S. Princess of Acadia
Canadian Pacific ferry PRINCESS OF ACADIA, a)PRINCESS OF NANAIMO, running between St. John, NB and Digby, NS, Canada.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Princess Marguerite
Canadian Pacific's turbo-electric PRINCESS MARGUERITE arriving at Victoria, BC. The vessel was built in 1949 for the triangle service: two vessels ran day trips between Vancouver and Seattle with way-stops at Victoria. The same ships ran overnight between Seattle and Vancouver directly. Thus each vessel ran a triangle in 24 hours, ending up at its point of beginning.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Princess Marguerite
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Pocahontas Fuel
POCAHONTAS FUEL a) LYNCHBURG VICTORY b) ALGONQUIN VICTORY, built at Baltimore, MD in 1945, in New York Harbor.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Oswego
Lackawanna Railroad steam ferry OSWEGO a) NETHERLANDS arriving at the Hoboken Ferry Terminal at Hoboken, NJ on the Hudson River. Built as NETHERLANDS at Newburgh, NY in 1893, she was renamed OSWEGO in 1936.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Orange
Steam ferry ORANGE running between Newburgh and Beacon, NY.
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Edward O. Clark
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