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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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M.V. Hilda
Small rental motorboats at Horseshoe Bay marina.
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Edward O. Clark
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Acores
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Brass ash tray in the shape of a crab. Shell opens on loose hinge for tray.
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Posner Maritime
posner, ashtray
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S.S. Mary Powell
Drawing of Fletcher beam engine.
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Edward O. Clark
steam engine, mary powell, steamship, walking beam
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S.S. Mary Powell
Drawing of Fletcher beam engine of the Hudson River steamer Mary Powell
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Bear Mountain
Excursion steamer BEAR MOUNTAIN a) WILLIAM G. PAYNE b) BRIDGEPORT c) HIGHLANDER underway with passengers. Vessel built by Harlan & Hollingsworth Corp. at Wilmington, DE in 1902. Later rebuilt after a fire.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Bear Mountain
Potomac River scene at Washington, DC. Washington Monument at left. Steamer BEAR MOUNTAIN in center.
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Edward O. Clark
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View of San Pedro waterfront
View of San Pedro, CA waterfront from retired ferry SIERRA NEVADA.
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Braun Brothers
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Top deck of ferry Sierra Nevada
Deck scene aboard ferry SIERRA NEVADA while in use a shopping center at San Pedro's Ports of Call.
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Braun Brothers
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The Floating Hospital
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Braun Brothers
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Stevens
Accommodations ship STEVENS a)USS DAUPHIN b)EXOCHORDA at Hoboken, NJ. Vessel built by Bethlehem Steel at Sparrows Point, MD in 1944. First used as an attack transport, she was converted to a passenger cargo ship for American Export Lines in 1948. Laid up in 1958, she was sold in 1967 to Stevens Institute of Technology for use as a dormitory until 1975. She was finally broken up in 1979.
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Braun Brothers
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