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S.S. G. W. Danielson
Passenger and freight steamer G. W. DANIELSON making her mid-day arrival at Providence, RI from Block Island. For many years she made the opposite run from the "big" boats, bringing fish from the island in the morning and returning in the afternoon with freight. Notice Point Street bridge open. Greg Abbott
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Wilfred Warren
g.w. danielson, newport, block island, rhode island, freight, passenger ship,
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S.S. Ernest Lapointe
Canadian Ministry of Trasnport vessel, built in 1940. Out of documentation by 1980.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Ahmic
Muskoka Lakes steamer AHMIC steamer 1/4 view hauled out
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Ahmic
AHMIC steamer hauled out (Muskoka) forward broadside - boarded up
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Ahmic
AHMIC steamer hauled out - bow view
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Edward O. Clark
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ca. 1841-60
Princess Royal
This painting portrays the British paddle steamer Princess Royal, built by Tod & McGregor on the Clyde in 1841. The Glasgow and Liverpool Royal Steam Packet Company (later M. Langland & Sons) commissioned her, and she later wrecked near Cornwall in 1856. The vessel would have run twice per week between the two ports for a voyage that would have lasted approximately 18 hours. Read more about this painting and the artist in the Posner Virtual Museum here: http://www.sshsa.org/virtual_museum/newposner.html
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J. Beckett
Posner, Princess Royal, steamship, ship, Glasgow, Liverpool
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Ocklawaha River steamer
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Edward O. Clark
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Nenana
Stern and sternwheel of steamboat NENANA.
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Edward O. Clark
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Marina
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Acores
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05 July 1959
M/V Wellamo
M/V Wellamo at Stockholm, Sweden July 5th, 1959.
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Braun Brothers
M/V Wellamo, Wellamo. passenger ship, steamship, cargo ship, excursion, travel, tourism,
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ca. 1875
Drenthe
The Drenthe was a steamer of 2,296 tons, built at Newcastle, England in 1875. Her dimensions were 295 x 36 x 26 feet. From 1877 to 1883 Drenthe was owned by Ruys and Hoven at Rotterdam, the Netherlands, according to American Lloyd's. The artist signed "DGY" has not been identified. Learn more about this painting in the Posner Virtual Museum: http://www.sshsa.org/posner_display.html?posner_id=12
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DGY
posner, drenthe, england, steamship, clipper, ruys and sons, rotterdam
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Algonquin
old officer by ALGONQUIN at dock
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Edward O. Clark
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