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Transbay
Tanker TRANSBAY
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Edward O. Clark
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Texaco Illinois
Ocean tanker TEXACO ILLINOIS on the Hudson River from steamer ALEXANDER HAMILTON
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Transriver
TRANSRIVER small tanker?
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Edward O. Clark
transriver, tanker, great lakes, canaler
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S.S. Texaco Oregon
Ocean tanker TEXACO OREGON
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Texaco Connecticut
Built at Newport News in 1953 for the Texas Company as a) Connecticut. Renamed b) Texas Connecticut in 1960. Renamed c) Star Connecticut in 1990. Renamed d) Coastal Boston in 1990. Stranded in the Hawaiian Islands 1990 and broken up at Bombay 1991.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Texaco Brave
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Edward O. Clark
texaco brave, tanker, oil, great lakes,
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S.S. Shabonee
SHABONEE tanker underway T-2? backlighted
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Shabonee
SHABONEE Mobil Oil Co. tanker (port 1/4) down to marks
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Phoenix
Tanker PHOENIX, built at Norfolk, VA in 1944.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Mobil Power
Built in 1957 at Bethlehem, Quincy. Renamed b) Naeco in 1982. Broken up Brownsville, TX in 2004.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Mission Santa Cruz
U.S. Naval tanker MISSION SANTA CRUZ
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Maine
Built at Mariners Harbor, NY in 1921 as a) Franklin for the Galena Navigation Co. of Houston, TX. Sold to Texas Co, 1929 and renamed b) Maine in 1930. Lengthened 1934 at Ecorse, MI. Sold to Cleveland Tankers in 1956 and renamed c) Pleiades. Transferred to US Maritime Commission in 1968 as "trade-in" and sold to Sturgeon Bay Iron & Metal Co.; scrapped at Sturgeon Bay, 1971.
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Edward O. Clark
maine, tanker, great lakes, texaco
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