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S.S. Milwaukee Clipper
TitleS.S. Milwaukee Clipper
SubjectPassenger ships -- Michigan, Lake
DescriptionBlack and white photograph of the S.S. Milwaukee Clipper with passengers aboard on Lake Michigan.
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Car Ferry Milwaukee
TitleCar Ferry Milwaukee
SubjectHarbors -- Michigan -- Grand Haven
DescriptionBlack and white photograph of the carferry Milwaukee and passenger ships Alabama, Crosby, and Nyack ...
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Car Ferry Grand Haven
TitleCar Ferry Grand Haven
SubjectFerries -- Michigan, Lake
DescriptionBlack and white photograph of the car ferry Grand Haven, passing under a railroad bridge on the Gran...
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S.S. Detroit
TitleS.S. Detroit
Datec. 1850
SubjectS.S. Detroit (Ship)
DescriptionBlack and white photograph of the S.S. Detroit docked at the Detroit and Milwaukee Depot, located at...
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S.S. City of Milwaukee
TitleS.S. City of Milwaukee
Datec. 1850
SubjectS.S. City of Milwaukee (Ship)
DescriptionSepia photograph of the S.S. City of Milwaukee near the mouth of the Grand River, Grand Haven Harbor...
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Schooner Willie Loutit
TitleSchooner Willie Loutit
Datec. 1900
SubjectWillie Loutit (Ship)
DescriptionBlack and white photograph of the schooner Willie Loutit lying at anchor at Hessel, MI. The three-m...
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Steamer Fanny M. Rose
TitleSteamer Fanny M. Rose
Datec. 1896
SubjectFanny M. Rose (Ship)
DescriptionThe Fanny M. Rose was built by the Grand Haven Shipbuilding Company and began service in 1893. She w...
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Car Ferry Grand Haven
TitleCar Ferry Grand Haven
SubjectFerries -- Michigan, Lake
DescriptionThe Grand Haven was built in Toledo, Ohio in 1903. In 1909, the ferry was en route from Grand Haven ...
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City of Grand Haven
TitleCity of Grand Haven
SubjectCity of Grand Haven (Ship)
DescriptionThe City of Grand Haven was built at Duncan Robertson’s shipyard in Grand Haven in 1872 and s...
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Schooner Addie
TitleSchooner Addie
SubjectAddie (Ship)
DescriptionThe Addie had moderate damage after a collision on Lake Michigan in 1873. She was wrecked at South H...
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Schooner Driver
TitleSchooner Driver
SubjectDriver (Ship)
DescriptionThis was the first ship in the fleet of Captain Thomas Kirby, later sold to David and Daniel Miller....
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Steamer Manistee
TitleSteamer Manistee
SubjectManistee (Ship)
DescriptionThis steamer was first named the Lora, then the Alice Stafford. She was renamed the Manistee and was...
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Steamer Messenger
TitleSteamer Messenger
SubjectMessenger (Ship)
DescriptionThe Messenger was in port in Manistee during its Great Fire of 1871 and took women and children out ...
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Steamer Pentland
TitleSteamer Pentland
SubjectPentland (Ship)
DescriptionNamed after the Pentland Firth in Scotland, this steamer was built for William H. Loutit and launche...
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Tug Robert E. Johnston
TitleTug Robert E. Johnston
SubjectRobert E. Johnston (Tugboat)
DescriptionThe Robert E. Johnston was launched in 1906 and sank at the dock on October 23rd of that year. Howev...
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