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June 8, 2006


 


6/8 - Armco and Fred R. White, Jr. during their transformation in Toledo - Bob Vincent


White's nameless bow.

Black stack on the White.

No name on Armco's bow.

Armco's black stack and no name

6/8 Recent Marquette Visitors - Rod Burdick

American Republic  waits to load.

Armco arriving at the end of May.

Armco's last visit under that name.

Charles M. Beeghly unloading coal.
6/8 - Historical Perspective - Pickands Collection
This is a series of photographs taken by Henry S. Pickands, founder of Pickands, Mather & Co. and his young son, James Pickands II from 1921 through 1923. More will be added as they are scanned. Some vessels, and some locations, are unidentified. Any additional information or identifications by visitors to this site are welcome. Please contact  Martin Pickands, at: mpickand@mail.nysed.gov

Ooanah - 1923

Samuel Mather - 1921

Verona - 1921
 

6/8 - Welland Canal Traffic - Michel Gosselin



Frisian Spring under construction at PWDD


Tug Robinson Bay

Tugs Robison Bay and Radium Yellowknife with a pair of barges.

Barges.

Barges bow shot.

Cuyahoga being lowered.

Algosea tied at Wharf One.

Crane moving equipment.

 

 

6/8 - Saginaw River Traffic - Todd Shorkey

Tug Fischer Hayden & Barge at Bay Aggregates

CSL Tadoussac at Essroc

Tug Invincible & barge McKee Sons at Sargent Essexville

Tall ships Appledore IV and Appledore V passing the McKee Sons

McKee Sons and Tadoussac unloading next to each other

Stern views

American Mariner in bound.

Another view.

All three in the same view.
 

6/8 - Historical Perspective - Roger LeLievre
Cover of a 1963 booklet about Lorain. Ohio, dated 1968. Clemens A. Reiss may be in the foreground. John A. Kling is in the middle . Harry L. Findlay is in the background.

 


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