1900, May 4 Launched Toledo, OH for lakes & ocean use.
1900, May 11 Enrolled Toledo.
1900, Nov 11 Enrolled Norfolk, VA; owned Globe Navigation Co., Seattle, WA.
1907 Owned Pacific Coast Steamship Co., Seattle.
1915 2,261 gross/ 1,654 net tons.
1918 Owned Crowell & Thurlow, Boston, MA.
1922 Owned F.D. Gleason Coal Co., Detroit, MI.
1924 Rebuilt as self-unloading sand & gravel boat.
1925 247 x 42 x 22', 1,894 gross/ 1,180 net tons.
1937 Owned Nicholson Transit Co., Detroit, MI.
1942 Owned U.S. War Shipping Administration; rebuilt for ocean war service by American Ship Building Co., Buffalo, NY.
1943 Returned to Great Lakes trade.
1944 Sent to Britain; owned Ministry of War Transport, Great Britian.
1946 Owned Nicholson Transit Co., Detroit; 1,992 gross/ 1,095 net tons.
1961 Owned Hyman-Michaels Co., Chicago, IL.
1962 Made a barge at Ashtabula, OH.
1963 Owned Seaway Cartage Co., Detroit.
1967 Owned Luedtke Engineering Co., Frankfort, MI.
1968 Sunk as temporary breakwater, Two Rivers, WI durning power plant construction.
1968, Fall Raised & towed to east end of Frankfort, MI bay along with hull of ADRIAN ISELIN.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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