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S.S. Waukegan
Freighter WAUKEGAN on the ways
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S.S. Joliet
Great Lakes bulk carrier JOLIET a)HERBERT F. BLACK - Cleveland Cliffs SS Co. Vessel built by American Shipbuilding Co. at Lorain, OH in 1916.
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Edward O. Clark
joliet, bulk carrier, laker, great lakes, freight
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Edward O. Clark
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ca. 1930-60
Winnipeg
Canal-size freighter in the old St. Lawrence canals upbound. Built 1926 at Davie, Lauzon, PQ. Scrapped at Hamilton, Ontario, in December, 1964.
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Edward O. Clark
winnipeg, canal ship, canal freighter, canada steamship lines, CSL
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USS Federal
USS Federal in dazzle camouflage paint scheme.
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S.S. Youngstown
Freighter YOUNGSTOWN on the ways
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S.S. Youngstown
Freighter YOUNGSTOWN after launch.
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S.S. Yosemite
Built at Wyandotte, MI in 1901; pased into the control of Cleveland-Cliffs in 1923; traded in to the US Maritime Commission in 1942, but operated by Cleveland Cliffs until sold for scrap in 1953.
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Edward O. Clark
yosemite, great lakes, laker, bulk carrier
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S.S. Waukegan
Freighter WAUKEGAN virtually completed
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S.S. Vandoc
Built at Globe Iron Works, Cleveland, OH in 1898 as a) Hendrick S. Holden for the Etna Steamship Co. Sold in 1910 to the Cleveland Steamship Co. Sold to Interlake Steamship Co. in1916 and renamed b) Argus. Sold to Paterson Steamships, Ltd. in 1926 and renamed c) Vandoc. Scrapped at Hamilton, ONT in 1966.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Ulysses II
Ocean freighter ULYSSES II, former Liberty Ship.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Theomana
Liberty ship built 1945 by the Delta S.B. Co, New Orleans as a) Nachman Syrkin. Renamed b) Seamystery 1951, c) Katina 1953, d) Theomana 1959. Scrapped at Hong Kong, 1967.
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Edward O. Clark
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