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Samuel Chase
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Braun Brothers
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Samaria
Cunard Line freighter SAMARIA
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Braun Brothers
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Salvina
Salvesen Lines ocean freighter SALVINA
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Edward O. Clark
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Salvina
ocean freighter SALVINA
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. YOZGAT
YOZGAT, ocean freighter at anchor
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Edward O. Clark
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1960's
S.S. William H. Daniels
Canal-size freighter WILLIAM H. DANIELS, built by Furness Shipbuilding Co. at Middlesbro, England in 1923. Shown on the St Lawrence Seaway, early 1960s. Scrapped as b) SCOTT MARKS at Fort William, Ontario (present day Thunder Bay) in 1967.
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Edward O. Clark
freighter, freight, Great Lakes, William H. Daniels, St. Lawrence seaway
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1960's
S.S. William G. Mather
Shown on Detroit River near entrance to the Rouge River circa 1960s. Last operated in 1980, and donated as a museum ship in 1987. She was towed from Toledo to Cleveland in 1988 and opened as museum. Her first station was next to the 9th Street Pier of Cleveland's North Coast Harbor. There she was rechristened on May 23, 1991, the same date of her first christening 66 years earlier, by the very same lady who had christened her in 1925. Mrs. Clare Schneider Kirchner. Moved to Dock 32 on 9/24/2005.
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Edward O. Clark
freighter, freight, great lakes, william g. mather, detroit river, cleveland, ohio
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S.S. William G. Mather
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Edward O. Clark
william g. mather, great lakes, freight, bulk carrier, cleveland cliffs
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S.S. William B. Schiller
Pittsburgh Steamship Co.'s bulk carrier WILLIAM B. SCHILLER, built at Lorain, OH by the American Shipbuilding Co. in 1910.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. White Star
Liberian freighter WHITE STAR, former Liberty Ship built as WILLIAM GLACKENS by California Shipbuilding Co. at Los Angeles in 1944. Renamed OCEAN SKIPPER in 1951 and WHITE STAR in 1955.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Westdale
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Waukegan, Sonora
Freighters WAUKEGAN and SONORA on the ways.
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Acores
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