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S.S. Waukegan
Freighter WAUKEGAN after launch
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S.S. Walter A. Sterling
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. W. L. McCORMICK
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. W. F. White
W. F. WHITE self-unloading Great Lakes bulk carrier. Built at Lorain, OH in 1915; served on Chesapeake Bay 1962-1965; sodl Canadian in 1976 and renamed b) Erindale. Scrapped 1984.
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Edward O. Clark
w. f. white, bulk carrier, great lakes, freight
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S.S. Volunteer State
Ocean freighter VOLUNTEER STATE, built as the Liberty Ship SAMUEL L. COBB by the Permanente Metals Corp. at Richmond, CA in 1944.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Ville di Brugine
Italian freighter VILLA DI BRUGINE at anchor. Vessel built as Liberty Ship JOHN R. McQUIGG by the J. A. Jones Construction Co., Inc. at Panama City, FL in 1944.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Victorious
Built at Chicago, IL in 1895 as a) Victory for Pickands & Mather. Sold in 1940 to Upper Lakes & St. Lawrence Transportation Co. Ltd. of Toronto and renamed b) Victorious. Sunk as landfill at Toronto, 1969.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Venus
Built at Lorain, OH in 1901 for Gilchrist Transportation Co. Sold to Interlake Steamship Co. (Pickands, Mather) in 1913. Converted to a crane ship in 1927 at Toledo. Sold in 1941 to Boland & Cornelius interests. Sold in 1958 to Steel Products Steamship Co. and renamed b) Steel Products. Stranded at Point Abino, Lake Erie, in 1961 while under tow for scrap at Port Colborne. Scrapped where she lay.
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Edward O. Clark
venus, great lakes, bulk carrier, laker
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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. Flag is U.S. or Liberian.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Troisdoc
Great Lakes freighter TROISDOC a ALGONQUINS, built by Barclay, Curle & Co. at Glasgow, Scotland in 1929. Reconstructed in 1939.
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Edward O. Clark
troisdoc, great lakes, paterson, canaler, freighter, freight, bulk carrier
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S.S. Topa Topa
Ocean freighter TOPA TOPA, built by Gulf Shipbuilding Corp. at Chickasaw, AL in 1945.
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Edward O. Clark
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