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Mayflower
Former Nantasket Beach steamer MAYFLOWER landbound after years as a night club.
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Braun Brothers
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Mayflower
Former Boston-Nantasket steamer MAYFLOWER land bound after years as a night club.
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Braun Brothers
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Maitland No. 1
Built in 1916 at Ecorse, MI for carferry service between Ashtabula, OH, and Port Maitland, Ont. Cut down to a barge in 1942. Renamed b) Trio Trado in 1980. Sank in the Atlantic, January, 1981.
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Edward O. Clark
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M.V. Vast Explorer I
Mobil Oil Co.'s research vessel VAST EXPLORER I a)MOBIL EXPLORER at Portland, ME.
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Braun Brothers
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Brass submarine model. Brass rimmed with scarlet and white enameling superimposed by a gilt crown above M, anchor. On mahogany plank.
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Posner Maritime
posner, submarine, ship model
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Small hand-held compass, brass fitting.
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Posner Maritime
compass, navigation
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dog
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Edward O. Clark
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Wavertree, Peking, New Shoreham II
Good view of South Street Seaport and lower Manhattan
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Braun Brothers
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S.S. State of Maine
Maine Maritime Academy training ship STATE OF MAINE, built in 1939 at Quincy, MA as ANCON for service between New York and the Panama Canal Zone.
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Braun Brothers
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S.S. State of Maine
Maine Maritime Academy training ship STATE OF MAINE, built in 1939 at Quincy, MA as ANCON for service between New York and the Panama Canal Zone.
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Braun Brothers
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S.S. State of Maine
Maine Maritime Academy training ship STATE OF MAINE, built in 1939 at Quincy, MA as ANCON for service between New York and the Panama Canal Zone.
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Braun Brothers
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S.S. State of Maine
Maine Maritime Academy training ship STATE OF MAINE, built in 1939 at Quincy, MA as ANCON for service between New York and the Panama Canal Zone.
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Braun Brothers
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