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Passaic River Queen
PASSAIC RIVER QUEEN undergoing another conversion. Vessel built at East Boothbay, ME in 1922 as BAINBRIDGE. Later operated for many years as Arnold Trasnsit Co.'s ALGOMAH II, serving Mackinac Island, MI. She was than sold and renamed ERIE QUEEN for excursion service at Cleveland, O. in 1962-63 This was not successful. As shown here at Staten Island, NY, she was being converted to a floating restaurant. This plan was never fully carried out. After kicking around New York, and later Boston, she was finally scrapped.
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Braun Brothers
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N. Y. Floating Hospital
Passenger barge LLOYD I. SEAMAN a)ST. JOHN'S GUILD better known as the Floating Hospital. Vessel built at Camden, NJ in 1935.
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Braun Brothers
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Mayflower
Former steamer MAYFLOWER beached at Nantasket to be 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. Bow of Arthur K. Atkinson at right.
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Edward O. Clark
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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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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. Uncle Sam
Built in 1906 as a steamer; converted to diesel in 1945. Served as the Lake Winnipesaukee US mail boat until 1961, except for two years in the 1930s. Retired 1961. Stern of Mount Washington (ii) at left.
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Edward O. Clark
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M.V. Uncle Sam
Built in 1906 as a steamer; converted to diesel in 1945. Served as the Lake Winnipesaukee US mail boat until 1961, except for two years in the 1930s. Retired 1961. Stern of Mount Washington (ii) in the background.
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Edward O. Clark
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M.V. Uncle Sam
Built in 1906 as a steamer; converted to diesel in 1945. Served as the Lake Winnipesaukee US mail boat until 1961, except for two years in the 1930s. Retired 1961. Stern of Mount Washington (ii) in the background.
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Edward O. Clark
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M.V. Uncle Sam
Built in 1906 as a steamer; converted to diesel in 1945. Served as the Lake Winnipesaukee US mail boat until 1961, except for two years in the 1930s. Retired 1961.
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Edward O. Clark
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M.V. Sophie C.
Built by General Ship and Engine Works of East Boston, Massachussetts in 1945. Since 1969 used for the island mail service on the lake.
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Edward O. Clark
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M.V. Roger B
Mail boat ROGER B. for Killarney, ONT in Georgian Bay, Lake Huron. Built as a fish tug in 1922, withdrawn from mail service c. 1960, burned as a spectacle, 1962.
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Edward O. Clark
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