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06 March 1982
Tug Huntington
Tug Huntington, berthed at Manhattan, New York. Under the ownership of the Kosnac Floating Derrick Corp. of Staten Island, New York.
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Braun Brothers
Tug Huntington, Kosnac, Kosnac Floating Derrick Corp.
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Steamer Alexander Hamilton
Day Line steamer ALEXANDER HAMILTON leaving Bear Mountain Park. Vessel built in Sparrows Point, MD in 1924.
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Braun Brothers
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13 February 1965
S.S. United States
United States Lines' UNITED STATES sailing from New York, assisted by a Moran tug. The liner was built at Newport News, VA in 1952 and ran on the Atlantic through 1969. She was the all-time fastest ocean liner.
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Braun Brothers
S.S. United States, Moran Towing
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ca. 1952
S.S. United States
United States Lines' UNITED STATES, built at Newport News, VA in 1952. She was the fastest passenger liner ever built, operating on the Atlantic between New York and Channel ports through 1969. Photo taken off Cowes, England.
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Braun Brothers
S.S. United States
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S.S. South American
SOUTH AMERICAN backing away from dock. Built at Ecorse, MI in 1914 for the Chicago, Duluth & Georgian Bay Transit Company (Georgian Bay Line) for passenger-only cruises. Superstructure burned in ordinary at Holland, Michigan in September, 1924 and was rebuilt that winter to the original plans. Second (dummy) funnel added. Sold, fall, 1967 to Seamen's International Union. Taken to east coast and engines and boilers removed, but never used as intended at the seamen's school at Piney point, MD. Scrapped in 1992 after years of decline and partial collapse of the superstructure.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Pvt. Joseph F. Merrell
Staten Island ferry PVT. JOSEPH F. MERRELL shortly after being painted in the blue and gold colors. Vessel built at Staten Island in 1950.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Put-in-Bay
PUT-IN-BAY 3/4 view at dock with crowd. Built at Wyandotte, MI in 1911 for Ashley & Dustin for service Detroit to Put-in-Bay, Cedar Point and Sandusky. Ran frequently to Port Huron in final years. Last season, 1951. Sold for debt, 1953, and in October, 1953 burned in Lake St. Clair preparatory to scrapping of the steel hull and machinery.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. May Archer
Steamer MAY ARCHER at Providence, RI.
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Jess Welt
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S.S. Joliet
Great Lakes bulk carrier JOLIET a)HERBERT F. BLACK - Cleveland Cliffs SS Co. Vessel built by American Shipbuilding Co. at Lorain, OH in 1916.
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Edward O. Clark
joliet, bulk carrier, laker, great lakes, freight
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S.S. City of Newport
Steamer CITY OF NEWPORT on Narragansett Bay
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Wilfred Warren
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08 September 1958
S.S. Cayuga
The S.S. Cayuga, built 1906 as a mail carrier Lake Ontario. Pictured at Toronto, Ontario Sept. 08. 1958
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Braun Brothers
S.S. Cayuga, Lake Ontario, Mail Carrier
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S.S. Assiniboia
ASSINIBOIA, formerly operated by Canadian Pacific on the Great Lakes.
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Edward O. Clark
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