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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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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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Sierra Nevada and Princess
Retired ferry SIERRA NEVADA and sidewheel excursion boat PRINCESS at San Pedro, CA. Passing freighter in background.
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Samson V
Canadian sternwheel steamer SAMSON V of New Westminster, BC. Built in 1937 for service on the Fraser River, she is now open as a maritime museum at New Westminster.
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Samson V
Canadian sternwheel steamer SAMSON V of New Westminster, BC. Open as maritime museum.
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S.S. Princess Louise
Restaurant vessel PRINCESS LOUISE at left. In the background are CATALINA and SIERRA NEVADA at San Pedro, CA. Taken from Terminal Island.
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S.S. Princess Louise
Retired Canadian Pacific steamer PRINCESS LOUISE as a restaurant at Terminal Island, opposide San Pedro, CA.
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S.S. Princess Louise
Retired Canadian Pacific steamer PRINCESS LOUISE shown as a stationary restaurant at Los Angeles Harbor's Terminal Island.
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S.S. Newminko
Supply steamer Newminko abandoned.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Mayflower
Former Nantasket Line steamer MAYFLOWER after being beached for use as a night club.
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S.S. John Kendall
Detroit fireboat John Kendall built at Toledo, OH in 1929. Sold to Panoceanic Engineering Corp., Alpena, MI for use as a diesel dive boat in 1978. Sold to Ferris Marine, Detroit, in the mid-1980s but never used. Scrapped mid 1990s.
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Edward O. Clark
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1 June 1968
S.S. John A. Meseck
Steamer JOHN A. MESECK a)NAUSHON at Piney Point, MD with other vessels on June 1, 1968. Vessel built at Quincy, Mass. in 1929. Former yacht DELPHINE at left.
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